Senior profile: Kyle Jacobsen
Question: What are some of your strengths as a football player, and what are some of the things you’ve had to work at the hardest to become the player you are?
Answer: Some of my strengths as a football player are working with a team and trying my best to help the team. I had to work on my aggression the most to become the player I am.
Q: What does it mean to you to be a Chieftain and what do you want your legacy to be?
A: It’s an honor to be a Chieftain. I want my legacy to be one of the players who helped us to a state championship.
Q: What are some of the ways that you show senior leadership to your underclassman teammates?
A: I try to do my best at helping them with questions they have about what we are supposed to do.
Q: What other sports do you play, besides football, and what is your favorite sport and why?
A: I don’t play any other sport. My favorite sport is football because I like hitting people.
Q: What are some of your top athletic accomplishments or memories?
A: My top memory would have to be the last game of my freshman year.
A: Hunting and fishing. The biggest fish I caught around here would have to be a seven-pound largemouth bass.
Q: What do you want to do when you are an adult, and why?
A: I want to be a mechanic because I like to work on vehicles.
Q: If you could meet one person from any era of history, who would it be and why?
A: I would like to meet Archie Griffin because he is the only guy to win back-to-back Heisman trophies.
Q: Who has had the greatest influence on your life, and why?
A: My dad because he pushes me to work harder.
Q: Favorite college team?
A: Ohio State Buckeyes.
Q: Favorite television show?
A: Dukes of Hazzard.
Q: Favorite movie?
A: Gridiron Gang.
Q: Favorite video game?
A: Black Ops II.
Q: What's your favorite school subject, and why?
A: Shop, because we get to build a house from bottom to top.