Posted On: 02/19/20 10:30 AM

LITCHFIELD-- Northstar Football News caught up with 2021 NFN prospect Bennett Lecher who plays wide receiver for the Litchfield Dragons and is looking to play "next level" football in the future. We chatted with Lecher about his football journey, his recruiting, and much more!

Get to Know Bennett Lecher

Lecher is a slot wide receiver that plays with a chip on his shoulder. Lecher is a very competitive person that lets whoever is defending him know that they are going to be "dominated" by his explosive route running abilities. Lecher has some college football ties to the game of football, as his older brother Jordan Lecher played Division II football at Minnesota-Crookston from 2008-2011 and averaged over 12 yards per catch during his time with the now defunct Golden Eagles football program. Lecher's strength is his route running and having good hands which are both absolute key components to have as a wide receiver. Lecher also has the ability to beat defensive backs with his solid speed.

Favorite Part About Wide Receiver

Lecher certainly has a favorite part about wide receiver that we don't hear many receivers openly say. His favorite part? "Roasting" defenders and making the defender look like a "fool", along with

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