Daniel Braverman talks summer plans

Daniel Braverman talks summer plans

For wide receiver Daniel Braverman, getting onto the field faster has meant making his desire to avoid being redshirted widely known. Luckily for him, the combination of his talent and offered list seem to be working in his favor.


"Location doesn't matter to me," said the 5-10, 170-pound Floridian. "I just want to have the best chance at taking an opportunity before someone else does."

Braverman continued about his redshirt sentiments.

"The biggest thing will be the way that they're going to use me; how I can get into the offense and play earlier, and whatever schools stands out to me the most," he said.

The University School senior named Ohio, Wake Forest and West Virginia as the schools staying in closest contact.

"I'm going to Wake Forest's camp next month, but that's all I have planned," Braverman said of summer visits.

As for workouts, his schedule is a bit more hectic.

"I've been doing 7-on-7s and running every day," he stated. "We've been lifting every day, even before school ended, and we start earlier than schools up north."

For all the work he's putting in he hopes to "get faster."

"Hopefully I'll come into college my first year being one of the fastest kids," he added.

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