FREE! Pella athlete Noah Clayberg knows that Washington ended
their season last fall on the gridiron in the playoffs. This junior will
have another shot against a new look version of the Demons during the opening
week of the 2014 football season.
"They'll be a very good team again. They have some very talented players.
They will be different with a new coach but we are not going to play any
different than we have in any other game. We are going in there with fire and
playing our hearts out."
Clayberg knows what can help the Dutch reach their full potential.
"We'll have a lot of new stuff and we have to have different players stepping
up. We have the guys to do what we have to do. It is a mental game now."
The summer allowed Clayberg to work on his skills at different camps.
"I went to camps at Iowa, Iowa State, Missouri, and UNI. I felt like they all
went pretty good. I learned a lot of stuff and could see all the players there."
Clayberg liked what he heard from the coaches at these events.
"Most of the feedback I got was just about my potential and to keep working
as of now."
Colleges are keeping an eye on what Clayberg can do as a junior.
"I got camp invites from Nebraska, Oregon, Iowa, and Iowa State. I have
information from Wayne State and a few other colleges."