November 30, 2022

DITR: Gabe Sellers

Gabe Sellers is a 6-foot, 185-pound QB out of Tioga High School in Tioga, LA. He is a class 2023 prospect with so much drive and ambition. His ability to throw deep as well as his agility and quickness when he runs makes him a hard player to tackle. Gabe is able to make plays even when it looks like there are none to be made. Not only does he excel on the field he continually excels in the classroom with a GPA of 3.4. While he continues to learn more about the game of football he is focused on what the future has to hold.

When did you start playing football?

I started playing around the age of 7. Growing up football was big in my family so I was always around the sport of football which led me to get into it. I also played in the Red River youth league.

Have you always played your position or did you play any other positions?

I actually played running back until about 6th grade and then I switched to quarterback.

Who would you say some of your biggest influences are?

My dad and my offensive coordinator. They both have a ton of knowledge on the game of football and being able to learn from them has helped me become a better player.

What has been the highlight/biggest accomplishment of your football career so far?

Winning all-district quarterback.

What motivates you to get out and practice every day?

Knowing that I am a player that younger players look up to. Setting a good example for them is important to me.

What do you feel are your biggest strengths on the football field?

My leadership. I am always trying to get my team motivated and to make sure they are keeping their heads up even in the rough times.

What has football taught you about life and yourself in general?

Discipline. Everyone has their own job to do on the field which helps the overall team to make plays. Knowing how to follow rules and being able to do your job is important both in and outside the game of football.

What would be your my cleats my cause?

Cancer. There are so many kinds of cancer and being able to get funding and support for all of the different types is important.

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