Jeremy Frye, More Than a Football Player

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MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) - You don't become the top 7-A team in state by accident.  The Bob Jones Patriots have put in a lot of work to get to where they are, but quarterback Jeremy Frye isn't satisfied with just being number one.

"We worked really hard for this, so I think we deserve the number one spot," Frye said.  "But its time to take that number one sport to another level and finish strong through this."

The senior signal call takes his football seriously, but Frye is more than just another dumb jock.  You may not believe it, but he actually play the piano in his spare time, something he is doesn't always admit too.

"I play piano at home a lot to myself, I enjoy music. I don't tell people that at all."  Frye finally admitted.  "I guess because people see me as a football player not a piano player."

That is something that even caught Bob Jones head coach Kevin Rose by surprise, but when asked about it he was very supportive of his star quarterback.

"That does surprise me, I didn't know that he played the piano.  But a lot of these kids have special talents that they use at church or use at home that they don't bring to school with them."

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