Matthew Ogle
“Football has really humbled me and taught me teamwork. Like I’m not the only one that gets the ball," - Matthew Ogle, senior.

From a young age, Matthew Ogle has been an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan. His biggest Steelers role models include greats like Troy Polomalu and Antonio Brown. Polomalu’s ferocious playing style, as well as Brown’s charisma have influenced Ogle, a K-Park senior, throughout his life. While he plays on the school's varsity soccer team, football has always been his first choice. His football journey began by playing flag football while in elementary school. Transitioning to the more aggressive tackle football in 7th grade was a relatively painless experience, and he’s never looked back. He used to play wide receiver and safety, but after bulking up and being promoted to varsity for his senior season, he switched to outside linebacker.  This year, Ogle will be wearing the Steelers’ Antonio Brown’s #84 for the Panthers.

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