Wadsworth QB and Ohio's Mr Football, Joey Baughman spoke with Sam Bourquin to talk about his letter of intent to play football at Elon in North Carolina.
Joey says his time at Wadsworth went fast and he's excited to play in the Colonial Athletic Association.
"I'll be going down there to play quarterback, and I'm ready to roll," he said.
The 2017 Mr. Football in the state of Ohio is none other than Wadsworth senior quarterback Joey Baughman, who joined the Sam and Brad Show Friday.
"It's an honor to be in such an elite group of people," Joey said. "When I found out I was shocked about it."
Joey accounted for over 4,000 yards of offense and 56 touchdowns his senior season. He will be attending the University of Virginia on a wrestling scholarship.
Sam Bourquin caught up with Justin Todd of Wadsworth to discuss their first-round playoff matchup Friday night against Sylvania Northview.
Mark Nori, the head coach of the Stow Bulldogs spoke with Sam and Brad on Tuesday to talk about their upcoming Suburban League matchup with the Wadsworth Grizzlies on Friday night.
Justin Todd, the head coach of the Wadsworth Grizzlies also joined the show to talk about the battle with Stow, saying it will be a true test for his team.
Justin Todd, the head coach of the Wadsworth Grizzlies spoke with Sam and Brad Thursday to talk about their Week 2 matchup with the Wooster Generals Friday night.
Sam and Brad caught up with Justin Todd, head coach of the Wadsworth Grizzlies to talk about the upcoming football season.
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The Wadsworth Grizzlies will have a tall task on their hands as they face the Stow Bulldogs Friday night.
Justin Todd, the first year head coach of the Grizzlies spoke with WAKR's Sam Bourquin Wednesday on the show.
For the full interview with Coach Todd, click right here.
The Wadsworth Grizzlies are determined to get back to the top of the Suburban League standings and first-year head coach Justin Todd will look to get them there.
Todd spoke during the Suburban League Media Day to discuss how his team is gearing up for the 2016 season.
"When you see 6 of the 15 teams here were in the playoffs last year, it says it all," Todd said. "You have to be ready to play each and every week or you'll be disappointed."
As a first-year head coach, Tood says he's looking forward to the challenge of leading the Grizzlies and helping the young men get better each and every day on the practice field and on game night.
The Suburban League will be welcoming two new head football coaches into its ranks for the upcoming season, and both men are ready to hit the ground running.
Justin Todd, the new head coach of the Wadsworth Grizzlies joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about his new gig and what he's going to do to put his imprint on the program.
"I just can't be more estatic about being in Wadsworth, and I'm chomping at the bit to get started," said Todd. " It's going to be important to meet with each one of my players and their families and they can hear my philosophy and where I envision this program going."
Todd was the head coach of Loudonville and Mount Vernon previously before becoming the next head coach of the Grizzlies.
Alan Vanderink will be leading the Tallmadge Blue Devil football program in 2016, and he's ready to roll up his sleeves and get things going.
He previously worked under coach Scott Chouinard at Copley and he says he will take a lot of what he learned with him to Tallmadge.
"Coach Chouinard did a great job of making sure he built a family-type atmosphere within that locker room with those kids and that community," he said.
Vanderink says he's excited about the challenge Tallmadge brings and their tradition in football.
"You're not coming into a job where they've been unsuccessful for 15 years, but there's great support from the administration and the community."