Meet Hawks offensive lineman Jeremy Schreiber. A 2008 graduate from Cedar Springs High School, Schreiber has played football since he was eight years old. He also threw shot put and discus on the track and field team from seventh grade until graduation, and coached rocket football all throughout high school.
Jeremy’s biggest role models are his mother Wendy Schreiber, and his uncle Travis Nichols. “My mom taught me to how to persevere when things aren’t going your way, and to make the best of what you have,” he said. “As for my uncle, he’s always been there for me, whether it was being in the chain gang of my first football game, or helping me catch my first fish.”
When he isn’t on the gridiron, Jeremy enjoys shooting, working on cars, and spending time with his kids.
“I had heard about the Hawks, but I didn’t really consider playing for the team until Coach Lange contacted me and asked me to come out to a practice,” said Schreiber. “After I got to see what the organization is all about, and the work I saw from the guys on the team, I figured it would be great to lace up the cleats and play again for my home town team.”
Head coach David Lange enjoys Jeremy’s work ethic, amongst many other things. “Jeremy is a very hard working football player. He is smart and consistent, especially with his play recognition. He is a very solid lineman who does very well fighting in the trenches.”