NFL Draft Diamonds has teamed up with Joseph Muia a very solid up and coming scout, to put together a series for our readers called Get to Know. What this series will do is allow you to be a featured on our site, whether you are a freshman or a senior in college. This is a series to help get players at any school gain exposure. We always strive to assist players that have the passion to make it to the next level. So we hope you enjoy our series called GET TO KNOW. Today’s Get to know series will focus on Quinn Epperly the gunslinger from Princeton, and we feel at NFL Draft Diamonds, you will want to know all about him.
Grade You Started Football: Year before kindergarten
High School: Christian Academy of Knoxville
College: Princeton University
Jersey Number: 4
Best On-Field Performance: Cornell 2013 (started game 29 for 29)
Favorite Slogan: Fear nothing and trust in God
Proudest Football Moment/Memory: Beating Harvard in consecutive years on last second plays and helping take a 1-9 team to Ivy League Champs in two years.
Funniest Football Memory: Sophomore year, getting home really late from an away game win to find that DiAndre Atwater had been waiting all night in the locker (he had an injury and didn’t travel) to play “Pop That”, which is what the team sings and dances to after every home win for the last two years
Favorite Food: Steak
Football Philosophy: Compete in everything I do
Game Superstitions: Listen to worship music to calm myself before games
Goals/Aspirations for 2014-2015: Win the Ivy League outright, go undefeated, win Ivy League Player of the Year, finalist for Walter Payton Award
Career Goals: Play professional football, followed by working for an NFL team and hopefully becoming a GM one day
Favorite Football Team: Green Bay Packers
Who Will Win The Super Bowl: 49er’s
Favorite Down Time: Hanging out with friends and watching funny TV shows with them
What Would You Want College Football Fans To Know About You: That my faith is very important to me and I hope to have a positive impact on as many people as possible with the platform I have been given through football.