By Aaron Page
Alexander Schawartz is a athletic QB/Athlete from Denmark who has been a huge part to Denmark U19 national team success. We had the chance to catch up with him as he prepares for the 2019 season.
EE: How long have you been playing football?
Alexander: I started playing football in 2011. I have played almost every position. In 2014 I started playing QB. In 2015 I was on the national team for the first time. Ever since then I have been to every junior championship Denmark has been to.
EE: What are your strengths as a player ?
Alexander: I’m a spark plug, I can rally my team together and make sure everyone on my team performs at their best level. I’m a dual threat player. I don’t turn the ball over.
EE: Have you taken the SAT?
Alexander: I have not taken the SATs yet. But I am planing to take it this year.
EE: Who do you watch the most and try to play like?
Alexander: I like Baker Mayfield. His style of play is very much like mine. His way to communicate with his teammates, I admire and try to do myself.
EE: How was your season last year?
Alexander: Last year I led the team in rushing while also throwing 240 yards a game. We played 11 games, I threw 30 tds in 10 games. I was injured for 1 game. I played on an ankle sprain for 3 games. We got to the playoffs but got knocked out in the first game.
EE: What are your expectations for this year?
Alexander: Next season will be the best one yet. We have gotten some great additions to the team. We want to win everything this season.
EE: Why should a team recruit you?
Alexander: I’m a hard working guy. I compete every single day. I want to get better. I strive for it. I work out every single day. In the gym I outwork my team mates. On the field i never settle for Okay, I always want to be the best. That’s why a team should consider me.