Coleman Bledsoe has been on the Rider football team since he was a freshman. (Desmond Claudrick)
Coleman Bledsoe has been on the Rider football team since he was a freshman.

Desmond Claudrick

Q/A with senior linebacker Coleman Bledsoe

September 17, 2021

Senior night is approaching this Friday, and many organizations will recognize the Class of 2022 on the field during this annual tradition. The Rider Chronicle is having a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  

Senior Linebacker Coleman Bledsoe sat down with the Rider Chronicle to discuss his time in Rider Football and his goals.

Q: How long have you been in football and why have you stayed this long?

Since Kindergarten. It’s my favorite sport, I picked it when I was young and I just like it.

Q: What makes football special for you? 

I’ve just played it forever.

Q: What do you want to accomplish your senior year, both personally and within football?

State championship.

Q: What’s your favorite memory of football?

Playing with my brother.

Q: What will you miss once you leave?

Pep rallies.

Q: What have you learned as a member of football? 

How to be a better man.

Q: How have you changed since your freshman year and why?

I’ve gotten bigger. I got tired of being thrown around.

Q: What do you want to do after high school? Why? 

I want to open a gym so I can train people.

Q: Last message to your team. What do you want them to know? 

Don’t let this be the best thing you ever do.

 

 

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