“He does a fantastic job in the halls of our academy each and every day, not to mention he’s an electric player on Friday nights. He plays for us as a wide receiver, defensive back and on special teams,” said Cottage Hill Christian head coach Chris Brazell.
“I prefer the offensive side better. Because I like to catch the ball, run fast and score touchdowns.” said Rudolph.
Offense, defense or special teams, Samario “Flip” Rudolph was all over the field last week. He ran for over 200 yards, scored three touchdowns, had two interceptions and ran a kick back 90 yards for a touchdown.
“His mindset is he wants to do whatever it takes for us to win on Friday night. He’s a true competitor,” said Coach Brazell. “Like I said, that shows in the classroom, in the halls of our academy and out here he wants to be challenged each and every day.”
Whether he’s scoring touchdowns or acing tests, “Flip” Rudolph is a Cottage Hill Christian Warrior through and through.
“In the hallways it’s fun, the teachers are fun they always push us as students. The coaches push us as athletes and we just get to go out and compete in everything we do,” said Rudolph.