Posted On: 07/24/17 1:00 PM

"As a player, I would say my biggest strength is my speed," Cloquet lineman Dylan Lauer said to Northstar Football. "I've really been working on how fast I can come off the ball and so far this summer it's been paying off. I think I've developed a nice speed rush and can't wait to use it in games. Also it helps me on the other side of the ball on offense being able to block defensive ends that are coming fast off the line too. Our season last year went great! We made it to state, but lost the first round to Benilde-St. Margaret's. I would say our goal is to play in US Bank and make it as far as possible I really think the team can do it this year. We were a heavy junior dominated team and we are returning many key players. Individually I'm keeping my goals high."

Lauer is trying to go out with a bang as a senior. 

"This off season I've been working very hard in the weight room and on the field," Lauer explained to Northstar Football. "I'm a lot faster and stronger then I was

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