NFL Draft Interview with First Rounder Gabe Carimi of Wisconsin

April 4, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last Sunday, the Jewish Hall of Fame inducted many including Gabe Carimi. Gabe is projected to be a first-round draft pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Wisconsin offensive lineman won the 65th Outland Trophy. The Outland Trophy is given to the best interior lineman in America. Carimi won an award that was previously won by Ndamukong Suh, Merlin Olsen, and Will Shields. Coincidentally, I interviewed Gabe over the internet last year (First interview: http://bit.ly/carimi1), but here is the interview we did at the Hall of Fame in Commack, New York:
Brad Wolff: What does this honor [being inducted into the Jewish Hall of Fame] mean to you?
Gabe Carimi: It's just great to represent the Jewish community and be an athlete too.
BW: After being showered with many awards this year including playing in the Rose Bowl, which honors are you most proud of?
GC: The Outland was what I was most proud of. It was a goal that I achieved by just setting dai...

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