Rozeboom To Play For Northwestern
Date posted - February 10, 2016
Rozeboom is a 6’0”, 230-pound offensive lineman who played two years for the Western Christian High School football team. Rozeboom earned all-district honors and was named the team’s most valuable lineman as he helped pave the way for an offense that totaled nearly 5,000 yards and 59 touchdowns. He was part of a Wolfpack team that finished as the state runner-up with an 11-3 record. An academic all-district selection, Rozeboom plans to major in agri-business at Northwestern. He is the son of Dave and Carol.
“Lee comes from a very successful high school program and know what it takes to compete at a high level,” commented head Northwestern football coach Matt McCarty. “He will be a great addition to our offensive line,”