Harrold Having MVP-Type Season For Storm

Judd becoming main target for Storm in red zone

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On the gridiron Judd Harrold does two things, make plays and win.

“It’s a great feeling. You know, at home the crowd goes wild, or if you’re on the road, just to silence the crowd. To make a big play is huge too, to try and change the momentum of a game.” Harrold says.

Harrold has been a part of winning programs before, playing on Division 3 national power and champion Mount Union. It’s adjusting to football with walls that’s been a little different.

“Not in the moment but you know it’s definitely there, in the back of your mind, if you’ve been over it or ran into it a couple times.” Judd says.

Barriers have been about the only that can stop Judd in his second season with the Storm. On a team loaded with weapons, Harrold leads the IFL in touchdown catches and is near the top in every other receiving category, emerging as a candidate for league MVP.

“The play-action has really helped open things up for Judd. I mean we have a dynamic group. All the guys are very accepting of their roles and Judd has been the one that’s been the beneficiary of a lot of touchdown catches.” Storm Head Coach Kurtiss Riggs says.

And for Judd there’s only one thing that really matters.

“Come out of here with a ring. This is what we all came here for.” Harrold says.

Which he’ll play for, again, in two weeks in the United Bowl.