McKale James Wyatt is a multi-position athlete who plays for Ferriday Junior High in Ferriday, Louisiana. Playing TE and DE, he is a 5’10 170 lbs. prospect who participated in the LGF All-American Game. Wyatt recently showcased his talents last month at Gridiron Football USA’s Junior Varsity bowl game.
Q: Why do you love football?
A: I like the contact of the game and just the game of football overall.
Q: Who is the one player you model your game after?
A: George Kittle.
Q: What sports outside of football do you play?
Q: What is your favorite memory from football?
A: When my team started making progress and getting more wins
Q: What do you consider your biggest strength of your game?
A: My IQ. I can look at something and fix it.
Q: What is the biggest lesson you have learned from football?
A: You have to earn and have to work for everything
Q: What is your dream school?
A: LSU or Jackson State
Q: What is your favorite NFL team?
A: New York Jets
Q: Who is your biggest inspiration in life?
A: My coaches
Q: When did you start playing football?
A: I started playing football when I was young and after working on my grades, I restarted in 6th grade.