December 2, 2022

DITR: Keddrick Connelly

Keddrick is a class of 23 quarterback at Warren Easton in New Orleans, LA. He stands at 6’2 and weighs 206 pounds. He has a great arm with the ability to pass in short or long distance situations. He also has the ability to run the ball. He maintains a 3.5 GPA in school. Some of his achievements include winning the state championship, 1st Team All-State, 1st Team All-District, as well as being the number one quarterback in his district.


Tell me a little bit about yourself.

In my free time I like being with family, working out, and training.

Can you tell me what made you play football?

Growing up in a bad environment, not too many people make it out of the New Orleans or Louisiana. Football was an opportunity for me.

Can you give me some insight of what is going through your mind before a game?

To remain humble and stay focused.

What is something you’ve learned in football that you’ve been able to apply in everyday life?

Everything is a game, depending on how you playing it. It’s a way to see how quick things go left and right for you.

What is an academic and athletic goal you have set for next year?

I want to have over 17 offers and I want conquer things I haven’t before and to be student athlete of the year.

What is the best advice you have received from a coach regarding football?

Win or lose, you have to keep your head up and you have to fight for the extra mile. Never be satisfied and keep pushing.

What is something that keeps you motivated to be a great athlete?

My little brother picks up on things that I do. And I want to be the best person I can be.

What is your biggest strength?

My flex.

What are you most excited for when you think about your future in football?

I’m most excited to thrive to be one of the best quarterbacks from Louisiana.

What do you want people to know about you? In everyday life or as an athlete?

I think I’m a pretty good kid. I love others without knowing them. I give a lot. Whatever goes on in the future, I put everything in God’s hands.

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