My Football Journey: Joey Ehrmann
Dec. 3, 2012
This article was originally published in the Nov. 24 edition of Kickoff, the official gameday magazine of Wake Forest football.
Q: When did you start playing football?
Q: Your father, Joe Ehrmann Sr., played in the NFL for 13 years. What was it like growing up with a professional football-playing father?
Q: You played both football and lacrosse in high school. When did you decide to pursue football over lacrosse?
Q: When did you first realize you could play football at the major college level?
Q: Describe the recruiting process and how you ended up at Wake Forest.
Q: Did you get recruited to play lacrosse in college?
Q: What area of your game have you had to work the hardest to improve upon?
Q: Is there an area of your game that just comes natural to you?
Q: What is the best memory of your high school career?
A: Probably my sophomore year. I didn't play much on the varsity. I played a little bit, but I was on the team with my brother (Barney). He was a senior and that was the best year we ever had still until this day. So it was good to be a part of that team.
Q: What do you plan to do after your football career is over?
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