Justin Pratt speaks softly, but runs with power as a Class Act

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SPRING, TX - Justin Pratt was never really into social media, until this year when he started a twitter feed just so he could interact with college coaches.

"Social media just really isn't my thing," the Klein Collins senior said. "I don't really take pictures of anything, and I don't record anything."

As his football coach would tell you, Pratt is kind of "old school" like that.  Coach Drew Svoboda describes the 5-foot, 6-inch running back as one of the most respectful and polite players he could have.

"His humility is probably what draws people even closer to him," Svoboda said. "He does deflect all the credit. Justin knows he's a really good football player. He doesn't need other people to constantly tell him that."

While Klein Collins wrapped up their season in the first round of the playoffs, football will still be part of Pratt's life at the college level.  He's committed to play at McNeese State.