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Name: Lemar Johnson
College: Morrisville state college
Years Played: 4 years
Major: Criminal justice
Highlight film link:
Junior year film: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2980682/highlights/103384385
Senior year film: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2980682/highlights/214686379

About Lemar

1. What was the most important thing you learned during your career?
Most important thing I learned was to always stay poised and calm through adversity and to move on to the next play

2. What qualities do you possess that makes you a candidate for a professional contract?
Able to play multiple positions. Can play any skill position on the field

3. What motivates you on and off the field?
What motivates me is my family and seeing them proud of me doing something I love and being good at it

4. What was your major and why did you choose to study that field?
Criminal justice. Because I want to be a cop or something that doesn’t have me sitting behind a desk.

5. What is your routine like as you pursue a professional opportunity?
As of now I’m just working out. Weight room and also running trying to get myself in the best shape I can.

6.What is or are some challenges you faced in your career and how did you overcome them?
A challenge I faced in my career was being dismissed from school after my sophomore year and having to go to community college to get back into school so I could play football again.

7. What or who is your inspiration. How did you come to that conclusion?
I’m my own inspiration because I want to see how good I can actually be so I’m always motivating myself to work harder.

8.What are some of the contributions you made to your previous program? What about the local community?
We would go over to the elementary school that was across the street from our school and help them set up for certain events they were having such as pet day, carnivals etc.

9.What is your best asset as an athlete and why will it make you successful at the next level?
Being able to pick up things easily and being coach able. Being smart and very competitive.

10. What are your plans for a post football career?
After football I’m going to be a cop or something in the criminal justice field.
Finishing this season 9-2 and becoming co-conference champions after going 3-7 last year.