Posted On: 07/25/17 12:15 PM

"I'm a student of the game as I'm always eager to learn more and anything to put me ahead of my opponents to better my team," Brooklyn Center athlete Junior Kai said to Northstar Football. "All my coaches know that too. In the last four years, I've been in three new systems of coaching. So I pride myself in being a real student of the game and being a quick learner and leader. My strengths as a player is my versatility and my feel for the game. I have a great feel for the game, any position I play I feel like I'm the quarterback at that position. Last year I had a good season I tied for first place in the whole section for interceptions and led my team in receiving touchdowns also. Highlights of the season was our homecoming game against International Falls, it was a back and forth game we beat them on a defensive stop on the last drive of the game but my favorite was beating Roosevelt at home for our first game of the playoff on our home field . Brooklyn Center hasn't won a home playoff game in over eight years

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