Sometimes in order to be the best you have to have another gear, another dimension, another will to be the best. Meet a player that holds all those traits and many more and the man leading the Idabel offense….Senior QB LaQuan Wells.
Wells is always striving to be a little better than the guy next to him and plays every snap like its has last snap. Wells was named a VYPE top 100 player, was the District Player of the Year, and finished the season with 1,278 passing yards for 12 touchdowns, rushed for 485 yards ,15 touchdowns, 200 receiving yards, 2,049 all-purpose yards , and had 20 tackles, 5 ints, 19 pass break ups.
Six Star — Most Influential Person
LaQuan—my brother he set the bar high for me during his high school career
Six Star — Tell us about your summer, camps, combines, visits, etc. Tell us about the experience and what you were able to take away from it, what camps you attended?
LaQuan—My summer was just getting ready for my senior season of football and make the most of it attended, UCO, ECU, Arkansas Tech and OSU camps this summer. I learned a lot about release and route running
Six Star — What are some of the things that you feel you improved upon during this off season?
LaQuan—Speed, footwork, and strength
Six Star — What kind of college interest have you had so far, and what schools are showing you the most interest?
LaQuan—I’ve been talking to quite a few coaches and East Central and Central Oklahoma are two schools that are in the mix.
Six Star — Pre Game Ritual
LaQuan—On way to stadium me and my brother will text or call and have a heart to heart I usually let him do all talking , after that I turn music on and just clear my mind
Six Star — Favorite song
LaQuan—meek mill x Dreams and nightmares
Six Star — Favorite Class
LaQuan—English and athletics
Six Star — Best Game
LaQuan—I try to do better than I do game before but if I have to chose I’ll pick Seminole
Six Star — Biggest weight room accomplishment
Six Star — Teammate that could be a big star at next level
Six Star — Hardest Working Teammate
Six Star — Player to Keep an Eye on