Land O’ Lakes, June 6, 2019- The Seahawks are a fairly new program with more wins than losses to show for since its establishment in 2007. Although that hasn’t been the recent trend, the boys in the black, aqua and gold are ready to test their limits and compete with a stiffer schedule this year. This Thursday, we dive back into the BCP camper features with upcoming junior defensive end, halfback, and tight end, Jonathan Wallace who’s a key factor for Sunlakes’ schemes and goals.
Jonathan’s hard-nosed, yet smooth play-style has collapsed many pockets in his Seahawk days, rushing off the edge as a defensive end and in the trenches filling in as an interior defensive tackle with his 6’3″ 215-pound, next level frame. His rapid and decisive pursuit instincts go hand n’ hand with his lengthy wingspan in relentlessly attacking the ball carrier; never backing down from a great blocking challenge on the offensive end for his team either. Wallace is heavily involved in many facets of this teams’ game-plans as a flexible play-maker, with an uncanny awareness that lives for contact. According to the MaxPreps stat-line and film, he proved he was eager to contribute any and everywhere, amassing 53 total tackles, 35 solo, with a 4.8 TPG and 12 TFLs, 5 sacks, 7 QB hurries, 1 interception, a pancake block (definitely more than one on tape) blocked a field goal and snagged the rock twice for 12 reception yards.
Vaughan Sixbury, BCP Contributor