Former New York Giants defensive again Julian Love is being honored for his ‘outstanding athletic profession’ by his highschool Nazareth Academy in La Grange Park, Illinois, who will induct him into their Athletic Corridor of Fame in a ceremony subsequent week.
From the Village Free Press in Illinois:
“It feels nice to be honored by Naz,” Love informed the Village Free Press in an e-mail. “The group has at all times embraced me and although I’m getting acknowledged individually, it really was a household surroundings that led to all my success.”
Love, a graduate of the highschool’s class of 2016, demonstrated his potential for a profitable skilled soccer profession when he performed for the varsity’s soccer group. Carrying the No. 20 Roadrunners jersey, he was a two-time state champion in soccer. In 2014, Love earned All Convention honors within the East Suburban Catholic Convention and in 2015 he was acknowledged because the Convention MVP. To honor his legacy, Nazareth Academy will formally retire the No. 20 jersey.
Love was a fourth-round choose of the Giants again in 2019 out of Notre Dame and performed a useful position of their secondary and on particular groups over his 4 years with the group. In 2022, Love — in his first 12 months as a starter at security — led the Giants in complete tackles with 124.
Love was not re-signed by the Giants the previous offseason and is now in Seattle with the Seahawks after signing a two-year, $12 million free agent deal in March.