High School All Star Games are Here

High School All Star Games are Here
Big 33

High School All Star Games are Here 

I like to see the players that are going to other Big 10 schools or MAC schools show what they have. There are always a number of players that could play at Ohio State but just didn’t have the luck that others did.

Writer’s Q&A: Do you watch or attend the high school all star games over the summer like the Big 33 or the North/South Ohio All Star? What do you like about the games if you watch or attend?

Bill Smith: From a coaching standpoint, an all star game gives you a good idea of which players can learn a new system including terminology. It also gives you a good idea who are the natural leaders. I have always enjoyed them. Like any game, you learn more live than on TV. But I will watch Whats-a-matta U play School of Perpetually Misery.

Pete Quint: I'm really not much of a high school football fan.  Many central Ohioans are but I didn't grow up in an area that didn’t have much of a winning football tradition so I don't get too excited about that level of football.  I do enjoy reading about how Buckeye recruits do in the game but I won't invest the time to watch it.

Ryan Leonardo: I have heard about them, but have never attended.  I have been to the McDonalds basketball game twice, but never to a football one.

Steve Patterson: I attended the Ohio North/South All Star game last year with a press pass and got some good interview material and photos from the sideline and on the field after the game. I like to see the players that are going to other Big 10 schools or MAC schools show what they have. There are always a number of players that could play at Ohio State but just didn’t have the luck that others did. The Big 33 is harder to see but a couple of years ago it was live on the Internet and the stream wasn’t bad. The game is a pretty nice game with similar type players as the North/South Ohio game. They like to promote their history of having all the great Pennsylvania players play in the game before going on to greatness in college and the NFL.

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