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August 2, 2014
Sacia becoming better
FREE! North Scott quarterback Matt Sacia filled in behind center for a top tier player and quickly became a playmaker for the Lancers. The success has him striving for more over this off-season and it shows with the work he is willing to do. FREE Player Rankings
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"We have been doing a lot of lifting and work in the morning. We just went to Morrison for a 7-on-7 tournament and then went to Notre Dame too."
Sacia was thrilled with how his club did on the 7-on-7 circuit.
"At Notre Dame, we were really happy with how we played. We played a lot better than expected and looked really good. Morrison was a little more about getting people a lot of reps. We were working on building some depth."
The summer has allowed Sacia to make some strides overall as a player.
"I would say it is being able to see the field and make smarter decisions. I've also been getting stronger and am able to do more stuff physically like that."
Sacia has garnered early attention from colleges.
"I've gotten several letters of interest but nothing very serious. I've been to visits at Drake and Wartburg. I've also had a little from UNI too."
The visits were something that Sacia enjoyed.
"I was pretty happy with both of those. I got to watch the Drake spring game and that was pretty good. At Wartburg, they talked pretty highly because they have won a lot of conference championships. They are a really good team."
Sacia has had one school that has caught his attention since he was younger.
"I've always been a big Wisconsin fan."
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