Andrew “Drew” Horun graduated from New Jersey’s Phillipsburg High School and was a member of the school’s wrestling team. In addition to his love of wrestling, Andrew Horun is a sports enthusiast who counts the New York Giants as his favorite National Football League (NFL) team.
NFL free agency opened up on March 14, and the Giants made a big splash by signing Nate Solder, who was regarded as the best free agent offensive tackle. Solder agreed to a four-year, $62 million contract with the Giants with a reported $35 million guaranteed, which will make him the NFL’s highest-paid offensive lineman next season. The two-time Super Bowl champion had potential suitors in Cleveland and Houston, but ultimately decided to go to New York, where he will replace Ereck Flowers at left tackle.
Solder was selected by the Patriots with the 17th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft and started 95 games over the course of seven seasons with the team. Last season, the Denver native allowed 19 quarterback hits, 10 pressures, and 6 sacks. He wasn’t the only high-profile Patriot to leave New England in the first day of free agency. Danny Amendola, Dion Lewis, and Malcolm Butler also signed elsewhere.
A 2016 National Honor Society inductee, Andrew “Drew” Horun is a graduate of Phillipsburg High School, where he competed on the wrestling team. Beyond his pursuits in wrestling, Andrew Horun is a passionate fan of the National Hockey League’s (NHL) New Jersey Devils.
The NHL’s trade deadline was February 26 and the Devils, in the middle of a push for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, solidified its forward group with the acquisition of veteran winger Patrick Maroon. The Devils sent a 2019 third-round draft pick and prospect J.D. Dudek to the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for Maroon, who is in the final year of a three-year, $6 million contract and is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in the summer.
Originally a sixth-round pick of the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, Maroon made his NHL debut with the Anaheim Ducks in the 2011-2012 season and played in parts of five seasons with the team before being dealt to the Oilers in February 2016. He scored a career-high 27 goals in 2016-2017 and accumulated 30 points through 57 games this season for the struggling Oilers. The St. Louis native has been a nice fit with the Devils, as he has 6 points through his first seven games with the team.
Andrew “Drew” Horun is a graduate of New Jersey’s Phillipsburg High School where he was a member of its wrestling team. A competitive spirit, in his free time Andrew Horun now volunteers as a wrestling coach and also enjoys watching his favorite professional sports teams, including the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The Devils held a wild card playoff position as of February 21 with a record of 31-21-8. The catalyst for the team’s success has been winger Taylor Hall, who as of that same date had been riding an 18-game point streak dating back to January 2. He missed the entire second period in a recent game against the Philadelphia Flyers, but returned in the third period to score the game-tying goal and, later in the week, scored the overtime winner in a game against the Carolina Hurricanes.
A native of Calgary, Alberta, Hall recorded 53 points in 72 games in his first year with the Devils last season after six years in Edmonton. This season, the 26 year old has 63 points through 55 games and is easily the team leader in that regard, as no other Devil has more than 40 points. He’s also 15th in league scoring and has begun to earn consideration for the Hart Trophy, which is given each year to the NHL’s standout player.
A 2016 member of the National Honor Society, Andrew “Drew” Horun is a Phillipsburg High School graduate where he was a member of its wrestling team. Andrew Horun now supports young athletes by coaching soccer and wrestling, and also enjoys following his favorite Major League Baseball (MLB) team, the New York Mets.
A five-time All-Star and former first overall pick in the MLB Amateur Draft, Adrian Gonzalez has had a decorated career and finished seventh in MVP voting as recently as 2014. But his output has fallen off in recent years, as the 35 year old was limited to 71 games last season due to injury and produced a disappointing .242 batting average to go along with just three home runs and 30 runs batted in (RBI). However, the former Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman is hoping to revitalize his career in 2018 with the Mets.
Gonzalez was dealt to the Atlanta Braves in a move to shed salary and was subsequently bought out by the National League East franchise. Seeking insurance behind young first baseman Dom Smith, the Mets signed Gonzalez to a league-minimum contract, although he is still owed $22 million from the Braves. Since breaking into the league in 2004 Gonzalez has 311 home runs, 1,176 RBI, and a .288 batting average through 1,875 games.