SPONSORED: January’s Willowbrook Meathead of the Month: Hinsdale South’s Tyler Zampa

SHARE SPONSORED: January’s Willowbrook Meathead of the Month: Hinsdale South’s Tyler Zampa

Meatheads is a chain of fast-casual burger restaurants throughout the Chicagoland area. Each month, it recognizes a student-athlete in the area surrounding each location for his or her accomplishments on and off the field.

1. How do you exemplify Meatheads’ values of determination, hustle and hard work?

I exemplify these values on the court, off the court and in the community through dedicating myself 100 percent to whatever I do.

2. What were your greatest athletic and academic achievements over the last month?

Scoring a season-high 21 points and maintaining a 4.3 GPA.

3. Is there a teammate, coach, faculty or family member you’d credit most with your athletic and academic successes?

My parents. They push me to be the best I can on and off the court.

4. Where are you going to college, or where do you want to go? Do you plan on playing a sport there?

I plan on going to either the University of Iowa or Kansas to study for a degree in business or engineering.

5. Who is your favorite athlete playing today, collegiate or professional?

My favorite athlete today is Kobe Bryant.

6. What’s on your iPod right now?

Mac Miller, Drake and J. Cole.

7. What’s the best movie or television show you’ve seen recently?

Lone Survivor.

8. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Owning my own business.

9. What is your favorite motivational quote?

“Limits, like fears, are often just an illusion.” – Michael Jordan

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