Mentor Cardinals Football - Interviews

The Mentor Cardinals, a high school football team from Mentor, Ohio, are dominating in the state football playoffs. Known for their impressive strength upfront, the team features three top Division One prospects: Noah Potter and Ryan Jacoby, committed to Ohio State, and Knicks Aim, who has committed to Michigan State. These athletes push each other to their limits during intense daily practice sessions, making the team a force to be reckoned with on both offense and defense. Not only have they achieved success on the field, but the Mentor Cardinals have also produced several players who have gone on to play college and professional football, including Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Noah Potter, a towering 6-foot-6-inch and 250-pound defensive end, faces stiff competition not only during practice but also within his own family. With an older brother in college baseball, another brother set to join the Ohio State basketball team, and a younger sister showing great promise in college soccer, athletic prowess runs deep in the Potter household. Supporting this remarkable team, the Mentor Cardinals' offensive line offers a sturdy foundation that helps the team dominate their opponents.