Rocky Lencioni is a 6’4″, 205 pound, class of 2024 WR/ Safety for Bozeman High School in Bozeman, Montana. Lencioni is one of the top players, overall, in the state of Montana, and actually took visits to Stanford, Colorado State, North Dakota State, Dartmouth, and the University of Montana, but Lencioni decided to stay in Bozeman and commit to Montana State University. He will be moving over to tight end in college, and it’s easy to see why, as Lencioni is a large, physical receiver who possesses great hands. The only knock against him is that he lacks top end speed, but does everything else as a receiver well, so moving to tight end should be beneficial for both Lencioni and the MSU Bobcats.
Lencioni compares himself to DK Metcalf and Courtland Sutton, and after watching his tape, I believe that he does compare well to those two in terms of his physicality and play-style. Lencioni’s a big reason why Bozeman is 11-0 this season and in prime position to win a state title; he has recorded 1,000 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns, and recorded two interceptions on defense. It’s also worth nothing that he recorded six interceptions in 2022. off the field, Lencioni has a perfect 4.0 GPA.
I recently had the chance to interview Rocky Lencioni:
Why and at what age did you start playing football?
“14. My mom finally let me.”
Have you always played your current position, or did you play a different position growing up?
“I have always played receiver.”
What sets you apart from everyone else on the field?
“I am extremely competitive.”
What is your favorite accomplishment so far in your football career?
“Becoming a First Team All-State player.”
What is your favorite memory of playing football so far?
“Winning Crosstown each year.” (Crosstown is the name of the rivalry between Bozeman and Gallatin High, also located in Bozeman).
How do you balance athletics and academics?
“By practicing good time management.”
What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced on the field?
“Losing a state championship.”
How do you stay physically fit outside of football?
“I play basketball and lift.”
What are you hoping to achieve this season?
“Finishing undefeated and winning a state title.”
What is your end goal for your football career?
“Becoming as good of a player as possible.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned playing football?
“The ability to let things go and move on, and control over your mind.”
How do you prepare for big games?
“I try to treat them like normal.”
Lastly, who is the biggest role model in your life?
“My brother Leo.”