November 14, 2013
|Zondrae Lockwood-Property of LAFM|
By Reid Althage
LAFM: Name, position, school?
My name is Zondrae Lockwood, and I am a DE for Marksville High School.
LAFM: Current weight and height?
6-1, 185 lbs
LAFM: Current ACT score and GPA?
LAFM: 40 yard dash, max bench, max squat, max clean?
I run a 4.5 40/yard dash. My max bench is 245, clean 275, and squat 400.
LAFM: How is the season going for you and your team?
It has had its ups and downs. We have learned from our mistakes along the way. We play West Feliciana In the playoffs this weekend.
LAFM: What has been your best game so far this season?
I would have to say the Jena game 2 weeks ago. I had 1 sack and several tackles, but the whole team played well as a whole.
LAFM: Who is your favorite football player of all time?
Dwight Freeney-That man is not scared of anything. He is always giving 100 percent and always doing his job.
LAFM: How old were you when you started playing and where?
I was about 13 or 14 and started in 8th grade at Marksville.
LAFM: Do you have any family members or friends that have had a big influence on you as you play football?
My two brothers played athletics in high school (one basketball and one football). They always pushed me to do better and improve myself.
LAFM: If football does not work out for you, what do you see yourself doing? Have you thought of a major in college?
Business- After college I could see myself running my own business.
LAFM: Are there any schools that are recruiting you? Do you have any favorites?
McNeese, ULL, Northeastern, and ULM are all recruiting me. I am looking and kind of favoring McNeese right now.
LAFM: What positions are you being recruited for? What is your favorite positions and why?
I am being recruited as a LB. I would say DE, because you have to put up a fight which makes it fun for me.
LAFM: What makes your team special?
The brotherhood and communication we have makes our team special. We have all bonded together and have the same mind set to win.
LAFM: What makes your school special?
Our athletics program makes our school special. Some do not realize it, but many kids go from bad to good at this school. Football (and other athletics) has prepared us for the real world and showed us how to become a man.