- Name: Mike Mouton
- Position: WR
- College: Waldorf University
- Height: 5’10”
- Weight: 188 lbs
- Twitter: @cantcheckmike3
- Instagram: @cantcheckmike3
What made you decide you wanted to be a football player?
When I was about seven years old and it was something that I saw and had interest in it and I just wanted to play football.
What are your favorite moments from your football life?
Going 9-2 and winning the conference championship for the first time in Juco school history. Having the best record in school history at SAGU. Being the player that they can look at to make big plays the most at Waldorf.
What are you looking to achieve as a football player going forward?
My biggest achievement would be getting signed to a professional roster and play in games.
If you could hang out with any football player past or present for a day who?
Steve Smith Sr or Chad Johnson.
Which one of your family members inspires you the most and why?
Both of my parents, because growing up younger was rough and their hard work is what has gotten us where we are now.
What is your favorite offensive scheme and why?
Air Raid, because I like to spread the ball out and get the ball in open field and make big plays.
What should we know about Mike Mouton the person?
I’m a hardworker, very compassionate, don’t take no for an answer and anyone who will take a look at me will get the best version of myself.
What stands out about your film the most?
You can see that I mostly got the ball in 2 minute drill and third and fourth down. So I make clutch plays and I’m a reliable and dependable receiver at all 3 schools.
How do you handle challenges both in life and on the football field?
I go at them head on, not really afraid of it. In life I just work hard and push through it and on the football field I can be the momentum guy carrying the team through it.
What would a team get in a player like you?
Very physical, intelligent student of the game, kind of like a coach on the field and catches everything and makes plays.
What do you love the most about the game of football?
I like the brotherhood and how everyone comes together and the excitement and the fans and the atmosphere of it and also it teaches you life lessons as well.
Who is the most underrated player you’ve played with and why?
Keshawn Anderson, the reason why I say that is we have almost the exact same play style. He just didn’t get the ball as much as he would’ve liked.