2023 OL Dylan Senda nabs spot on Youth1's Freshman450 | Youth1

2023 OL Dylan Senda nabs spot on Youth1's Freshman450

The fruits of Dylan Senda’s labor keeps paying off. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound offensive lineman out of Divine Child High School in the Dearborn, MI area is a member of the 2019 Youth1 Freshman450.

Senda is humbled to be selected for the prestigious national list.

“It feels great to be chosen as one of the top elite freshmen football athletes in the Class of 2023,” Senda said. “I have worked hard for many years to get here.”

Senda believes his ability as a left guard and center is vital to his team’s success. Senda does all the dirty work necessary.

“My game helps make me stand out on the field,” Senda said.

When Senda is on the gridiron, he’s absolutely a force to be reckoned with.

“I enjoy dominating and controlling the line,” Senda said.

Senda expresses why he’s so passionate about the game of football. The way Senda plays football is the way he approaches life in general.

“My favorite part of playing football is dominating and putting in hard work,” Senda said.

Senda has great admiration for this professional offensive lineman. Senda tries to pattern his mentality on and off the field after him.

“I look up to Jason Kelce, center for the Philadelphia Eagles because he is really good at what he does on the field as well as a good man off the field,” Senda said.

Senda lists some recent achievements that he’s extremely proud of.

“MYFL Lineman of the Year award, Captain’s Award, 14U state champions, freshman varsity starter, average 5-7 pancakes a game,” Senda said.  

Senda outlines what’s on tap for him in the future.

“I am participating so far in the Top 250 OL/ DL Showcase, D Zone Combine, Showup and Showout, The Gauntlet Showcase, The Bigman Showcase in Melvindale and The MITT Super Linemen Showcase,” Senda said. “I work out 6 days a week at Performance 80 doing cardio, weights, speed and agility workouts.”

Senda is determined to keep making strides each day on his path to football greatness.

 “I feel like I am getting stronger, more explosive and faster every day,” Senda said. “Working on improving speed and explosiveness the most. Leadership is a strength of mine on the field. I am also a playmaker. I am going to continue working on my entire game especially speed and explosiveness.”

 

To view the entire Freshman450, click -> here.

For more info on Dylan Senda, check out his Youth1 Media Profile -> here.

View his highlights -> here 

Article written by Rolando Rosa.

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