Brian Dvorsak #15
Senior – Receiver
Beaver Falls, PA
One of the trio of senior receivers, Brian Dvorsak has continued to be a productive member of the Geneva offense for the past four years. In 2008, he has 16 catches for 302 yards and three touchdowns.
Q: How is this year, as a senior, different from the first three years of your career?
A: “I feel like I have been asked to take a leadership role on our team. Individually, I feel more comfortable in the offense and with the guys around me. It has just been a very fun year to be a part of this team.”
Q: What is the best part about playing on this offensive unit?
A: “You can always expect the ball. We have really put an emphasis on the passing game during my career and more than ever I think we look to throw the ball down the field. It is exciting to know you can get the ball on any given play.
Q: What is your most memorable football moment during your Geneva career?
A: “It is probably off the field. We have gone out to dinner with the coaches and receivers a couple of times and it has been incredible. I think when I look back at my career, I will especially remember those moments with my teammates and coaches.”
Q: How would you desribe what it means to be a Geneva football player?
A: “There is a real focus on team at Geneva. No one person is more important than the other. We have a true team of Christian character which makes playing football at Geneva all worthwhile.”
Q: What will you miss most about Geneva and the football program?
A: “I will miss my teammates, but I think it will be very hard to walk away from the competition of football. I’ve always had goals to reach and something to work towards in my football career and when it ends, I will have to find something to replace that competitive drive.”
Q: What are your plans after graduation?
A: “For sure I will be going into Veternarian Medicine. I am hopeful to get in at either University of Pennsylvania or Ohio State. I have been interning this year and have done some job shadowing and I am convinced this is what I want to do with my life.”
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