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Taking Care Of The Task At Hand  | Elijah Patterson

Taking Care Of The Task At Hand  | Elijah Patterson

Elijah Patterson C/O 2027 DB Grayson

last year was Patterson’s last year playing youth ball for the RDU and Patterson and his team  went to nationals, however, they came up just short losing in the second round. Overall, Patterson feels like the season was pretty good.

“My off-season went pretty well I played 7v7 for huncho elite. However I had a small bump in the road in the spring transitioning into the summer,  I broke my collarbone in my last 7v7 tournament of the season but I went to practice everyday to learn plays and take notes to prepare for my freshman season.” Said Patterson.

“As far as my season goes, I think it went pretty good it was my first year being a Grayson ram I had incredible coaches and teammates that taught me how to do things the Grayson way and how to play “for the G” overall it was a great experience and I look forward to being here for the next 4 years of my high school career. And I’m one of few freshman dressing out with the varsity team while we are competing for a state championship in the semifinals, I just play my role and I use my opportunity as a scout team player to get my fellow teammates prepared and I also use scout reps to find different ways to perfect my craft.” Says Patterson.

“Our goals as a team I think we all wanna play together go undefeated and just win a state championship together. As for my goals personally I just wanna keep finding ways to elevate my game and play the game I love.” Patterson says.

It’s safe to say that Patterson has the championship mentality on and off the gridiron. Look for Elijah Patterson to be a huge asset to the Grayson program sooner than later.

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