Howdie Peter Mpagi!

Peter Mpagi is a senior at George Ranch. He plays football and recently committed to play at the University of Texas.

By Joshua Frank, Writer

The Wrangler: Where will you be taking your football talents?

Mpagi: I committed to the University of Texas.

The Wrangler: Prior to getting offered or committing, did you ever think high school would be the last time you play football?

Mpagi: Yes my sophomore year I thought that high school would be the end for me.

The Wrangler: What are you most nervous about when getting to college?

Mpagi: I’m most nervous about the workouts.

The Wrangler: How do you think you’ll be able to manage school work and practice?

Mpagi: Being responsible and any time I have between practice to do any school work.

The Wrangler: How did your friends and family react when you committed?

Mpagi: My friends and family were very happy because I accomplished my dream.

The Wrangler: What were your biggest struggles?

Mpagi: The hardest thing was probably learning the defensive scheme at first.

The Wrangler: What is the main thing you learned from playing football?

Mpagi: I learned that football can help you in life.

The Wrangler: What recommendation would you give to somebody wanting to play football in college?

Mpagi: To do your best in school, go to as many camps as you can, and to leave everything you have on the field.

The Wrangler: Who’s pushed you the most to succeed and what have they done to get you to that point?

Mpagi: My Mom and Jesus Christ. They cheered me on from the start and always believed in me.

The Wrangler: Do you know any of the players on the team and how well do you think you’ll connect with them?

Mpagi: I do know a couple of people on the team and I think I will get along with them fine.