Dalton Risner Talks about Being a Role Model to Youth Athletes

Dalton Risner is an offensive guard for the Denver Broncos. Risner was the 41st pick in the 2019 NFL draft out of Kansas State University.

He played all four years of college football while only missing one game out of 51 total. Risner was named an All-American by many publications as a college senior. His other accolades include three time first time All-Big 12 and 2018 co-Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Risner took part in PCA's 2021 Youth Football Leadership Summit. In this clip, Risner talks about the importance of being a role model for kids that have the dream of playing professional football.

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