July 3, 2012
Coaches' Corner: John Mundt
Interviewing athletes is great, fans love it and Duck Sports Authority does plenty of it. Last week we spoke with one of the latest commitments to the class of 2013, Modesto, California tight end John Mundt who detailed the factors behind his decision.
To get a broader picture of the 6-foot-5, 235-pound athlete DSA spoke with Central Catholic high school Athletic Director and defensive coordinator Billy Hylla to get his perspective on his school’s latest athlete to commit to the Pac-12.
Duck Sports Authority: Good morning Coach Hylla. Tell us a little bit about your role with Central Catholic.
Billy Hylla: I am the defensive coordinator, the linebackers coach and also the Athletic Director.
DSA: So you wear a lot of hats there in Modesto.
BH: We are a small campus. We’ve got 411 kids and Johnny is what we want every kid to be like.
DSA: Yes I have heard good things about John. What are your overall impressions of him on the field?
BH: The special thing about him as that sometimes your hardest worker isn’t always your best athlete. John is the exception to that. He is a phenomenal athlete plus he’s one of our toughest kids. He is our hardest worker and he is a leader. He is the complete package that you look for in a football player.
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