Eureka, Illinois - "I kinda got a little bit of everything in it. I bring the power, the speed, the vision, the catching ability," Eureka running back LeAnthony Reasnover said.
The Eureka senior has put together quite the career as a Red Devil. The 2017 All-American set two records recently: he became the first player in school history to rush for 4,000 career yards, and he set Eureka's all-time scoring record.
"I just look at running back as my job. All those accolades that come with it, I try not to stick on to it too much. I just know that if I am doing my job, those things should come," Reasnover said.
Eureka is 3-0 to start the 2018 season thanks to 462 yards rushing and nine touchdowns from Reasnover... With a high powered offense leading the way, the Red Devils hope to make the playoffs for a second straight year.
"We want to win another conference championship, we want to go to playoffs, we want to go even further than we did. Just not settling for the first round. Winning every single week is big for us," Reasnover said.
The Red Devils hopes to make even more history this season by making a deep playoff push... LeAnthony Reasnover looks forward to the challenge and is thankful for his supporting cast that has put him in Eureka's record books.
"I take pride in it everyday that I'm coming out here doing my job. Being able to be mentioned with guys like coach Barth, coach Minehan and coach Sam Durley, it means a lot," Reasnover said.
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