October 4, 2022
"Changing Lives, Improving Communities"

Diamond in the Rough: Jack Endean

Jack Endean is a 3⭐ offensive tackle out of Tanque Verde High School in Tucson, Arizona. According to 247 Sports, he is the #17 prospect in Arizona and the #94 tackle in the country from the class of 2023.  He stands at 6”6’ 280-Pounds and is currently committed to Oklahoma State.

He has a lot of drive and holds his blocks extremely well and is willing and able to follow his blocks all the way down the field until the echo of the whistle. His hip placement and footwork in pass-blocking sets are beyond his years and all of his techniques are very fluid throughout the entirety of his game. Despite his mechanics and IQ being very high the brightest aspect of Endeans game is his mental drive and willingness to compete play in and play out. 

Hudl: https://www.hudl.com/profile/15682952/Jack-Endean 

Do you have any goals for the rest of the 2022 season?

 “Continue to improve my personal performance every game and elevate my team.”

What inspires or motivates you to play football?

“My desire to be the best and strive for excellence.”

What is your biggest strength as a football player?

“My biggest strength would be my fluidity and my ability to finish blocks.”

How are you looking to improve your game going forward? 

“Take it one game at a time and focus on the basics and critique my play.”

What role do you play as a leader on the team? 

“I would say I try to set the standards for my teammates so they can follow.”

What is your proudest Football Moment? 

“My proudest moment would be committing to OSU.”

 If you had to compare yourself to a college of a professional player, Who would it be? 

“If I was to compare myself to a pro athlete it would be Penei Sewell.”

What is an example of you overcoming adversity as an athlete?

“Some adversity I have overcome as an athlete would be transferring schools and sitting out half a season.”

Why did you choose OSU? 

“The connection I felt that I had with the coaches and how they care about the players as people and not just athletes.”

What is something you would want college coaches (especially OSU) to know about you?

“Something I would love coaches to know about me is my goal is to spread positivity through my faith in Jesus Christ. And allowing gods joy to shine through me and impact others.”




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