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Brandt Reints '23 Recruiting Profile

Clarksville High SchoolClarksville, IAFootball
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Primary PositionCenter
Secondary PositionOffensive Guard
Dominant HandRight
40 Yard Dash5.3
5-10-5 Shuttle4.7
Bench Press235
Broad Jump7'8"


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Personal Statement

I grew up playing football my entire life.  Football is a sport that I love and a passion of mine for many years.  Throughout my high school career, there have been many struggles I have faced with my teammates.  My team played with another school for a year due to the number of players going out which brought us up from 8-man to 1-A.  Then, right as 8-man was brought back to our school, we experienced Covid-19 rules & regulations.  This made things difficult for pre-season camps/drills, practice and then the games.  Our coach made the tough decision to drop us into a JV only schedule so we could at least compete with the other schools.  My Junior year, we had the team to compete and were able to carry out the 2021 fall season and even won a game.  At the end of the season, we learned that the coach was not returning.  

Here I am, ready to enter my senior year, and I am ready.  We have a new coach, new assistants, a new line-up, new plays, and most of all, we have HEART.  I have never given up on myself throughout the past few years.  I have never given up on my team the past few years.  I know that the struggles make me stronger-they make the team stronger.  I can persevere through anything and I can root my team on no matter what the circumstances are.  We, as a team, have shown that we will not give up.  This year, my senior year, we will be better.  We will be  competitive.  We will work as team--and we will win. 

My goals as a football player have never waivered.  As I look to my future and my dream of playing college football, I still see my goals fitting me. 1.)  I will work as a team;  2.)  I will compete every game, every practice, every day giving 110%;  3.)  I will never give up;  4.)  I will always learn something new each time I put on my pads & my helmet.

I feel that I am a good candidate for college football because of the love I have for the sport.  I will not tell anyone I am the best, because I am not.  I will, however, work harder on the field, harder off the field, and harder the next day because of the passion I have in me for this sport.  I may look like the next guy, my profile may be similar to the next guy, but my work ethic is not like the next guy.  What sets me apart from others, is the fact that I am me.  I do what I am told, I give my best & push myself more each time I get on the field, and I have the drive to pursue.  Giving up is not an option, I have a dream, to play college ball, and I will play college football.  If I can make it through the ups and downs of my crazy high school career, I can push on and make myself into a great college player.  I want to compete because I love the game.  I can learn something everyday to be better. 

While I love football, I take my academic career very seriously.  I have been thinking about my college options for many years.  I have wanted to obtain a degree in wildlife biology, fisheries, and environmental studies since I was in elementary school.  I have worked hard, made good grades, and still have had time for sports, weight-lifting, extra-curricular activities, hobbies, and being a volunteer firefighter.  I have learned to balance my activities, making my academics first.  I have been on the honor roll since junior high because I work hard.  I was inducted into the National Honor Society because I work hard.  My teachers have high regards for me because I work hard.  Just as in football, I push myself to do better than yesterday with each class that I take.


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity
  • 3 years
  • Varsity Starter
  • 2 years
  • 2021 Varsity Team
     - Jersey: #70
  • Individual Awards
  • All State Academic
  • 2020 Varsity Team
     - Jersey: #76
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • 2019 Junior Varsity Team

Coach References

  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Brian Jacobs
  • High School Head Coach
  • Ralph Longus
  • High School Head Coach
  • Darren Bohlen
  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Ben Lovrien
  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Matt Wilken
  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Chris Miller
  • Strength
  • Ross Timmermans
  • Athletic Director
  • Ashten Henningson


  • Strength and Conditioning
  • 3 years

Additional Sports

  • Baseball
  • 10 years
  • Junior Varsity Team
  • Baseball
  • 10 years
  • Varsity Team
  • Basketball
  • 8 years
  • Junior Varsity Team
  • Basketball
  • 8 years
  • Varsity Team
  • Track
  • 3 years
  • Varsity Team


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High School Information

Phone(319) 278-4273

Academic Accomplishments

Are you in honor classes?
Yes. Higher Level Math Class
Are you in AP/IB classes?
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?

Awards and Activities

  • AwardsI have been on the Honor Roll throughout high school and still am on it at the end of 2nd quarter/1st semester of my junior year. I am a member of the National Honor Society, nominated my sophomore year. I was named First Team All Academic during the 2021 football season.
  • ActivitiesMentoring Program, Sunday School Helper, volunteer with the Clarksville Fire Department, have worked in the community popcorn stand, mow/yard work at local child care center

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