Posted On: 09/5/19 8:04 PM

Growing up on the Southside of Chicago and playing park board football in a city that produces dozens of college football players every year instilled a toughness and a drive in 2021 QB Isaiah Spivey that has served him well in his high school career in Minnesota. The 6'2, 180 lb. athlete comes from a family that grew up playing football and basketball, and has an uncle that played college football that has been teaching Spivey on the game since he starting playing football when he was nine. His family moved to Minnesota in search of a better education, and the move paid off as Spivey threw for 895 yards and 11 touchdowns in four games for Brooklyn Center as a sophomore last year before an injury unfortunately ended his season early. Fully healed from that injury, Spivey is more than ready for the 2019 season. After a long decision process, the quarterback decided to transfer from Brooklyn Center to Minneapolis North, and is about to get cleared and should suit up for the Polars this coming Friday. As Spivey told me himself in an exclusive interview with Northstar Football News this week: "the reason I chose North is because I feel like

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