Every coach wants a team full of players like Edmond Santa Fe WR/DB sophomore standout Angelo Rankin. He is a player that is very versatile and can play all over the field, he is equally as good at DB as WR and vice versa.
That takes a special talent, a special talent like Angelo Rankin, young and already making a name for himself on the talented Santa Fe program. A lot of times you say the future of a team is in good hands because of certain players and this is for sure the case with Santa Fe and Rankin. They have him for two more seasons and he already has some tremendous games and confidence under his belt.
Six Star — What things do you think you improved upon the most during the offseason
Angelo—I can always get better at everything but mainly focusing on the mistakes I made and the position itself and knowing it.
Six Star — Most influential people
Angelo—That’s hard so many people but my mother and my close family, friends and my coach’s
Six Star — What camps did you attend and what did you take away from those
Angelo—I went Adidas and a couple little camps, but I learned I need to improve on my speed jumping and also learned what I need to do to be great.
Six Star — What is your goals as far as the next level
Angelo—My goal is to go D1 of course, but I will play for anyone who is gonna give me the chance. I am always working on my craft in some type of way
Six Star — Pre Game Ritual
Angelo—I am just focusing and getting hyped for the game
Six Star — Favorite song
Angelo—lud foe- puffy
Six Star — Favorite class
Six Star — Best Game
Angelo—Prob my first JV game when I was freshman I was nervous but ending having 2 ints
Six Star — Biggest weight room accomplishments
Angelo—Bench and squat
Six Star — Teammates that could be big stars at the next level
Angelo—Collin Oliver and Ethane Hyche
Six Star — Harest working players on team
Angelo—I would say myself and Ethane Hyche but we all work very hard 14
Six Star — Teamamtes to keep an eye one
Angelo—Ethane Hyche and Collin Oliver and James Burnett for sure!