You won’t find a player more hyped up to play football and make a big play than Zach Anderson of Eufaula. He is a very confident player who knows just how to be a leader and a player that his team can count on and he does just that. Makes it happen day after day for his Eufaula teammates and coaching staff.
Six Star —Describe your season and, how do you feel you played overall for 2018?
Zach—My 2018 season has been great so far, we are 6-2 as of now and 5-0 in our district. I’ve given everything, and it shows on the field
Six Star —What are some of the things that you feel you improved upon during this off season?
Zach—I improved in my footwork mainly because I have to man running backs sometimes and they have some of the best speed and quickness on the field.
Six Star —Who has been the most influential person in your football life so far?
Zach—My strength and conditioning coach who is also my Linebackers coach at Eufaula has been a great influence by helping me grow in my faith in the Lord and helping me become the most versatile athlete I can be.
Six Star —Tell us about your summer, camps, combines, visits, etc. Tell us about the experience and what you were able to take away from it, what camps you attended?
Zach—I attended the Rivals football camp in Texas and a few colleges as well but no real interest in me.
Six Star —What kind of college interest have you had so far, and what schools are showing you the most interest?
Six Star —Most people don’t know this about me but I :
Zach—get scared pretty easily
Six Star —Pre Game Ritual:
Zach—Nap for 45 mins, listen to music, and pray!
Six Star —Favorite Song:
Zach—Take Me Home Country Roads
Six Star —Favorite Class in school:
Six Star —What has been the best game you have had in your career and why?
Zach—My best game was Stigler. The game went into overtime and we scored, kicked the extra point and go to defense to potential stop them. They did an option and the quarterback kept, met me in the hole and got tackled at the one yard line!
Six Star —Biggest weight room accomplishment
Zach—315 on bench press
Six Star —Teammate likely to be a college star
Six Star —Hardest working player on the team.
Zach—Everyone works extremely hard
Six Star —Player to keep an eye on