Coy Wanner: Football Recruit 2017
6’3 ½” 223 lbs GPA 3.85 ACT 22
2016 FRCC QB Honorable Mention; 2016 NUC Sports Camp MVP Quarterback Award; Stand-out QB at NDSU’s 2016 Camp; 2016 Winner of the High School Quarterback Challenge at Lambeau Field; National Honor’s Society Award; 2015 and 2016 School Record Holder for Iron Man Competition; Preble Football’s Hardest Worker In-Season; Preble Football’s Hardest Worker Out-of-Season; Preble’s 2015 Most Improved Player; 2015 and 2016 Team Captain; Winner of Whitewater Camp’s 2015 Quarterback Competition; Season’s Leading Scorer for Preble’s 2015 Intramural Basketball. Coy is a strong leader with character that’s second to none.
He is a true student-athlete with an impressive GPA (3.85). Coy is a great student of the game who carries intense pocket presence, possesses a rocket for an arm, and has poise in any game situation. He possesses the size, awareness, and proven ability to be a mobile passer with accuracy.
Coy’s commitment to the gym is relentless. He is a passionate teammate that cares more about the team success than himself. Coy is a selfless player with great family values. He thrives on commitment and is determined to succeed. Education is very important to Coy in deciding on a college.
Coy makes a positive difference on and off the field. He has a profound passion for the game, is a fantastic role model, and a mature leader with strong decision-making skills. Coy is an all-around great person with the ability to lead. Coy will succeed wherever he goes and make that program a contender. He can pass and run, which makes him an obvious dual-threat to any defense.
- Has obtained many offers to play collegiately
- Fantastic and mature leader
- Effective decision-making ability
- Great student of the game
- Poised, with a strong arm
- Willing to change position if it’s the right fit
Without a doubt, Coy will succeed wherever he goes. He instantly makes any program stronger the minute he commits. He is what the football world is lucky to have. After meeting with this young man, you will find that education is equally important to him. He will take things very serious and will succeed both academically and athletically.
He has been invited to Wisconsin, Minnesota Mankato State, and several other schools for game visits and has received several offers to play collegiately. Coy can and will play at the D1 level of football. Where is the question? Don’t miss the opportunity to coach this young student athlete. He is beyond fantastic and your program will be lucky to have him.