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Charleroi's Alec Long For meet and greet on Wendesday, September 11,2013.

Charleroi tight end Alec Long

Top high school sports
Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
 

1. If you were ordering your last meal, what would it be? A big T-bone steak and corn.

2. What has been the most memorable moment of your career and why? Having a new coaching staff for the team.

3. If you could change one rule about high school football, what would it be and why? Allowing you to jump over people because that is part of the game.

4. If a movie about your life was made, who would you want to play you and why? I would want Will Smith because I have liked him since I was a little kid.

5. When you are not playing football, what do you do with your time? I work and I also hang out with my girlfriend and mom.

 

 
 


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