Bryan Cunningham Signs With MidAmerica Nazarene
Bryan Cunningham, of Nederland High School (Nederland, TX), committed to play for MidAmerica Nazarene University. MidAmerica Nazarene is a NAIA program in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The 5’8″ 145 pound Wide Receiver, was a two way athlete for Nederland and finished this past season going 12 for 12 in receptions while scoring 2 times.
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Q: How exciting was National Signing Day for you? What did you do?
A: National Signing Day for me was unbelievable. I had friends and family come support me and my decision.
Q: What made you ultimately sign with MidAmerica Nazarene?
A: I made my decision with MNU, because it was the best fit for me. Their offer was great, the football program is great. Overall it was the better choice.
Q: What other schools were you looking at?
A: Others schools that was looking to offer me were Graceland University and Adrian College.
Q: Are you ready to make the transition from high school to college football?
A: My dad, the coaches, and I think I am ready to play at the next level. I’ve been working hard everyday, since football season came to an end.
Q: How would you describe your style of play?
A: I describe my style of play as fast and elusive. I get the ball, make a move, and go. I don’t like to sit and dance with the opponent, I want to get the ball and go.
Q: What is your mindset when going over the middle to catch a pass?
A: When I know I’m running a route and it’s through the middle, I think of it as any other pass. My mind says you are gonna get hit if you catch it or not, so just catch it.
Q: Would you rather have a game with 1 TD or a game with 100 receiving yards, why?
A: I would rather have a game with one touchdown, because I’m going to do what I have to do to help my team win.
Q: What is the biggest asset you will bring to the Pioneers?
A: The biggest asset I will bring will be my work ethic, and my determination to win.
Q: What are your goals this season as a player?
A: My goals this season as a player is to get bigger, faster, and stronger.
Q: What are your goals this season as a team?
A: My goals this season for the team is to do whatever I can to help us win a championship.