SENIOR NATE UNGER (center front) sits stoically while his football coach Bill Stachelski (center back) speaks about his work ethic and character during National Signing Day. Unger ultimately chose to venture into higher education. for both academics and football. at Washington & Lee University in the fall.

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SENIOR NATE UNGER (center front) sits stoically while his football coach Bill Stachelski (center back) speaks about his work ethic and character during National Signing Day. Unger ultimately chose to venture into higher education. for both academics and football. at Washington & Lee University in the fall.

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“Next year I will be playing football at Washington and Lee (W&L) University. Before I committed, I also had a scholarship offer to Yale University. It was surprising to many people that I committed to Washington and Lee when I did because the obvious choice was to go to Yale, but I really had to take a look in the mirror and figure out what took precedence for me. Yale is a really great school, and so is Washington and Lee, but at the end of the day, I went where it felt like home. I didn’t let my ego get in the way of where I knew I was meant to be. My goal is to make it to Wall Street as my profession and W&L was the best university to help me get there.”

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