Heading out around the state, I traveled to Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, Virginia, yesterday. I met with head coach Mickey Thompson as well as offensive line prospect Andrew Nuss and quarterback/athlete Terence Glenn. Check out Q&A’s with the players who helped Stone Bridge to a 12-2 overall record and a state championship game appearance in 2005 and who will be counted on to contribute in a major way next season.
Background: Nuss, who is listed at 6-6, 280 pounds by coach Mickey Thompson, has received official offers from Duke, Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Although he played very well at defensive tackle and earned first-team all-Liberty district honors at that position, Nuss projects as an offensive lineman on the next level. Nuss is entering his third year as a starter on the varsity level.
In person: Size-wise, Nuss looks to me to be at least a solid 6-5. He looks very lean and it appears he could add quite a bit more weight to his frame. He was a great interview, as he was polite and well-spoken.
Q&A with Andrew Nuss
Techsideline.com: One of the first things that caught my attention in speaking with Andrew was that his father is in the Air Force. How much influence has Andrew’s father had in his life?
Andrew Nuss : He’s taught me discipline and self responsibility. I’ve learned to just taking action for myself and get things done myself so I guess that’s why I’m doing so well academic-wise and football-wise.
Techsideline.com: Coach Thompson mentioned in a previous interview that you would probably have a decision by the summertime. Do you have a timetable for when you want to make your college selection?
Andrew Nuss : I’m probably going to do it before football so I can focus on Stone Bridge and my senior season so we can get that state championship.
Techsideline.com: Talk about your experience last season in making it all the way to the state title game.
Andrew Nuss : It was an unbelievable...
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