Player Profile: Joseph Ramunno, West Seneca East

Dick Gallagher presents a high school player profile on Joseph Ramunno who plays multiple positions for West Seneca East High School. 

 

 

Birth Date: March 10, 1998

Class: 2017

Football Background: 5 years, always on the first line

Positions: OL, DL, Left Tackle, Left Guard, Nose Guard

Nickname: Big Joe, The Truck

Favorite NFL Player: Bruce Smith

Likes: Motivated People

Dislikes: Lazy, slow moving people

Favorite Movie: Rocky

Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead

Favorite Entertainer: Clint Eastwood

Favorite Song: Highly Suspect – Lydia

Best Friend: Justin Kimble

Favorite Subject: History

Goal in Life: Be the best I can possibly be

Career Highlights: Ralph Jr. Year, 15-4 record

Awards/Honors: Linemen of the year (twice), MVP, Ilio Di Paolos award for wrestling

Best Attribute: Strength, motivation

How many years have you played football?

5 years

What will be your workout and conditioning program during the off season?

As prescribed by Coach Maurino, a lot of swimming, riding my bike around West Seneca.

What are your goals for this season?

To play every down like it’s my last and lead this team to the Ralph and beyond.

Which teammate has the best voice?

Ian Dolac

Which teammate is the funniest?

Jared Maurino

What has been your best moment playing sports?

Coming in first place in ECIC for wrestling and going to the Ralph last season for football (Team 46).

What is your favorite food?

Steak and eggs, spinach

What are your expectations this season?

To have a winning record and to play each game like it’s the last one.

What drives you?

My little brother can’t play football, so I try to make him proud and he lives through me playing.

What is the strangest/funniest moment you witnessed playing football?

I was blocking for John Dolac and John was behind me and blocked two guys for him. One guy fell right on his butt and the other flew into a referee knocking the referee down. 

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