Little Rock, ARK. | Mark Asper, offensive lineman at University of Oregon describes his take on the Players All Star Classic which is to be held in Little Rock, Arkansas on February.4 at 3pm in the War Memorial Stadium.When asked what he was most nervous about he stated “nothing”, his main focus is preparation for the draft along with the training he is completing at IMG which is a training facility for athletic development. Asper feels he would be a good candidate for the NFL because he is coachable. Never late for practice, eager to learn new things and always getting along with his teammates he has potential to be a phenomena. . The strongest force driving Asper to be great is his wife and two kids, he states there is not a moment that goes by when he is not missing them, they help to keep him stable and grounded. . Along with his family Asper misses his teammates, “Every year its like going through a break up, but nothing can compare to those memories you share with you teammates” Asper says. . Being known as the Lowery’s Beef Bowl hero, where Asper saved a choking man from what would have been a tragic death, many are hoping that he can save the North in its victory against the South in the All Star Classic. .
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