June 18, 2019

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Diamond in the Rough: Aubrey Womack

Our Diamond In The Rough section is designed to highlight skilled athletes that are flying under the radar that have the potential to play at the next level. Today we will be highlighting Aubrey Womack, a defensive back in the 2020 class.

Aubrey Womack is a 6’0″ 179 lbs. defensive back. Aubrey power cleans 235 lbs., runs a 4.67 second 40-yard dash, squats 405 lbs. and bench presses 235 lbs. Aubrey has been playing football and living in a football family since his childhood. His father, Chris, played college football and still coaches, and has worked with Coach Andrew Bryson at Southern University. Aubrey shows above-average speed, and does not leave anything on the table when it comes to contact. He brings energy and explosiveness to the field that sets him apart from his competition. When it comes to off-the-field characteristics, Aubrey excels. Whether it is extra reps in the wright room or extra mental reps, Aubrey is always the guy to step up. As a teammate and player, Aubrey has shown the ability to excel on and off the field:

 

How long have you been playing football and what got you started playing?

I started playing when I was seven at Pelican Park. My dad played college football, and he always encouraged me growing up. We were always a football household.

What has football taught you?

It has taught me teamwork, leadership and how to stick with something in tough times.

How would you describe yourself as a football player?

I would say explosive. I’m always high energy.

Where do you see football taking you?
I see attacking me to the next level and helping pay for my education. I want to take football as far as I can go.

What is the strong point of your game?

My effort. I don’t take plays off, and I’m always working on and off the field.

What will you bring to a college program that will make you special?

My focus, every rep. I’ll always be doing mental reps and giving 100%.

Is there a college or pro player you compare yourself to?

Ronnie Lotts, I love to hit hard.

Who has been the biggest influence on you as a football player?

My dad. He’s always been there supporting me. My grandma too. She is always coming out to see me play.