Beloit High School varsity football player Grady Seyfert is a two-way player for the Trojans on the offensive and defensive lines. Seyfert started playing football at a young age and by the fifth and sixth grade, he really started to come into his own. This offseason, Seyfert has worked hard in all areas to help his team win.
“I think my biggest improvements this offseason has been my overall speed and strength. I have also worked to become a more vocal leader,” said Seyfert. “Playing with your friends against other schools helps to solidify those bonds and the common goal of winning that we have shared for so long has helped me to grow closer with my teammates.”
Seyfert said playing for Beloit is something special. From the fans to the faculty, Beloit knows how to support their student-athletes.
“I love the community and camaraderie we have. I think we do a great job at making sure everyone in the program is included and involved in all aspects of the team. I believe this is largely due to the outstanding leadership we have from the senior class,” said Seyfert. “I think that being a student-athlete at Beloit is special because we have an incredible staff that is willing to go the extra mile to help us succeed in all of our schoolwork. All staff, from custodians to teachers, secretaries to cooks, want us to be above the line.”