Meet 6’0” ft 205 sophomore ILB/OLB Bryant Watts, a player that makes his impact felt in the middle of the Kingston Redskins defense and helped them to an 11-2 mark and a first place district finish in Class 2A-8.
Watts finished his sophomore year with 115 tackles, 6 sacks, 17 Tackles for a loss, and 4 forced fumbles. Truly one of the more aggressive players that always is fast, and plays smart. Bryant is a 2 time all-district linebacker fresh. and soph. seasons, and was an All-State Honorable Mention selection at linebacker this season as a sophomore.
Six star football – How was your season this year
Bryant – feel as though I played to the best of my ability. However there is always room for improvement. I welcome every opportunity to make myself better and contribute to my teams success.
Six star football – What did you improve upon this season
Bryant – I feel like I improved my speed, my strength, and developed my leadership on and off the field.
Six star football – most influential people
Bryant- in my football career have been my parents. They have pushed me to be my best and have taught me that hard work I can do whatever I set my mind too.
Six star football – How as your summer and offseason and what camps did you attend
Bryant – My summer I work out at C4 sports performance and summer pride at my school. Also in the summer I play 7on7. I have been to the Nike opening combine and have been invited to the Rivals/Adidas combine. And the Nike regional combine for the 2019 summer. At these camps I was able to compete against the best and show them that I am capable of competing at the highest level.
Six star football – Most people don’t know his about me but my:
Bryant- favorite thing to do besides play football is ski
Six star football – pre game ritual
Bryant – is always the same. I go to subway get a footlong sandwich find a couch and get off my feet. Then when it’s time I head to the field put my head phones in and walk to field with my friend and play catch on the field then I get both my ankles taped right ankle first. Then put my tall socks on. Then when it’s almost game time and we are in the locker room I pray to my lord and savior Jesus Christ and slap the “FINISH STRONG” above our locker room door. Then as I run out of the tunnel I beat my chest two times with both hands and thank the lord for letting me play this game.
Six star football – Favorite song
Bryant – Over-drake is my favorite song
Six star football – Favorite class
Bryant – History is my favorite class in school
Six star football – Best game
Bryant – The best game I have ever had in my career I had 21 tackles 2 sacks and 1 FF and 4 TFL
Six star football – biggest accomplishment in the weight room
Bryant – was increasing my max from the last year 25 lbs
Six star football – The teammate likely to be a college star
Bryant – is Jacob Williams 6’4 295 sophomore that plays center at Kingston high school
Six star football –
Bryant – I would say a team to keep an eye on would be Kingston, we are up to big things.