SCtoC River Kings Player Q&A - Lenicio Noble Apr 1, 2019 17:15:36 GMT -8
Post by Yeseeka on Apr 1, 2019 17:15:36 GMT -8
This is one of a series of Player Q&A's for the Cedar Rapids River Kings. This Q&A was submitted to all 10 IFL teams. We will post those which we have received periodically throughout the season. Thank you to River Kings New Media Coordinator Paige Parker and General Manager Ryan Eucker for assisting in bringing this feature to our readers. Photo courtesy Cedar Rapids River Kings. Graphic by David /SCtoC. Data input by Monika /SCtoC.
Lenicio Noble is a 6'3", 290-lb. offensive linemen who attended San Diego St. University. While at college he helped pave the way for Aztecs running back D.J. Prumphrey, who set the Aztecs' single-season rushing record of 1,867 yards. He joined the River Kings over the off season as a rookie. Noble is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Here are Noble's answers to our questions:
1. What do you consider to be your greatest achievement in football so far?
Becoming a division I starter.
2. What were your first impressions of the prospect of playing indoor football?
The game is quicker and smaller fields of play.
3. What was it that made you want to come and try out for the team?
I saw an opportunity to continue playing football.
4. Who has inspired you most in your football career and in life?
My mother because she pushes me to never give up on my dreams.
5. What is your biggest long-term goal for your football career?
To get a chat and maintain some time in the NFL or CFL.
6. What would you like to accomplish this season?
Win the IFL championship.
7. What are you looking forward to most about the upcoming season?
Winning a championship.
8. Please describe how important your family has been to you during your football journey?
They have supported me through ups and downs of football.
9. What is at the heart of your desire to continue your football career?
To finish what I started in college.
10. What would you like IFL fans to know about you?
Dreams only end when you say they are over. So keep dreaming.
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