Spigner plays on the defensive side of the ball for the Blue Devils, seeing time at both defensive end and linebacker.
Standing at 6’3, 240 pounds, Spigner has the size and the versatility to play at either position at the next level.
In the forty-yard-dash, Spigner runs well for a big man, as he currently clocks in at 4.8, as well as posts a 455 pound max squat, and a 9’10 broad jump!
In his junior campaign, Spigner did some great things on the field, and he looks to continue that success in his senior season.
“Last season I played linebacker, and I feel as though I did very well at getting to the quarterback and forcing him out of the pocket,” Spigner said. “As a result, I was able to force some fumbles, as well as recover some.
“I feel like I have built on that so far this spring, because I was able to 7 sacks in our first spring game, as well as 2 tackles for loss, in addition to 2 sacks and 2 tackles for loss against Dacula, in just one quarter!”
Through his junior season and spring, Spigner played well, as he has accumulated 9 Sacks, 10 tackles for loss 17 tackles, 3 forced fumbles 1 fumble recover, as well as 4 Quarterback hurries! If not for a wrist injury, he likely would have recorded even more!
Those impressive stats have earned Spigner an offer from Georgia Storm Prep, as well as a ton of interest from other big time schools.
Every player has certain things that separates them from other athletes in the country, and Spigner is no different.
“I believe what separates me, is that not only do I play two different positions, but I do it well, and my film can back that up,” Spigner said. “At defensive end, I have a quick burst that separates me from everyone else, and I have great use of my hands.
“At linebacker, I am a big hitter. When I hit someone, they will feel it the next day. I also have great coverage skills. My football IQ allows me to play a 3-Tech to a 9-Tech. I bring physicality to every play, and I believe I am always better than the opposition!”
Athletes often have a driving force for why they play the game, and it keeps them going when times are tough, and it seems football is a family affair for Spigner.
“The reason why I play football, is because when I was younger, I would always watch my older brother play football, and my dad always watched football, so I grew to love it over time,” Spigner said. “I also play because it is a sport that builds character in all aspects of your life.
“My drive to play this game is to inspire kids of all walks of life that you can be anything you want as long as you work for it and put your all in it. My drive is to show no matter what you are born with or what you are going through at home, you can be somebody in this world, and make a real impact in the world.”
In the classroom, Spigner takes care of business, like he takes car of opposing ballcarriers, with his 3.0 being more than enough to get him to the next level. It will be interesting to see where this young man ends up!
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Defensive End Film: http://hudl.com/v/2ENbLx
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