Posted On: 01/11/18 6:30 PM

Coaches in any sport, leaders in the arts or business love players, performers or employees who have versatility. The more roles you can fill, the more flexibility you can allow the rest of the people around you. One of the most versatile high school football players in the state of Minnesota in 2017 was Becker's Nick Radunz. The senior not only played all five offensive line positions this fall; he also played all three defensive line positions in the Bulldogs' three-man defensive front.

The Bulldogs' season – for them – started slowly.

"It was an up and down season," Radunz said. "We battled the whole way through. Obviously, our goal was to get to U.S. Bank Stadium, but I feel like we battled adversity well and showed people we were a force to be reckoned with."

After they started the season 3-4, the Bulldogs rattled off four straight wins before falling in the AAAA state quarterfinals.

Radunz felt his season – like the teams – was solid but uneven.

"It went pretty well. I had my ups and downs just like everybody. I feel like I battled adversity

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