Mexico City- Mexican Alfredo Gutiérrez (Alfredo Gutiérrez) will join the San Francisco 49th League for the 2021 NFL season as part of the league’s international player program.
The offensive lineman originally came from Tijuana, Baja California, California. He is 24 years old, 2.08 meters tall and weighs 150.5 kilograms. He is a former Borregos player of Tecnológicode Monterrey, and he won the championship with the team in 2019.
“Mentally, we are prepared, and as a Mexican, many people have made me understand that you are working hard every day to make progress, and here, too, you arrive and have to go out to compete. This is what I see, They like my characteristics, friendly and competitive spirit,” Gutierrez said in a virtual chat.
His height and weight were the first traits they observed from NFL International, and it was coordinated with the Mexican National Student Football Organization (Onefa). They wanted Gutiérrez to maintain continuity and be invited to participate in the International Football Players Program League.
Isaac Alarcón (Isaac Alarcón) became the first Mexican to emerge from the league’s international player program in 2020, and won a place with the NFL team, the Dallas Cowboys, But he has not yet played.
The native from Tijuana reviewed the importance of Alarcón in his life, as the Mexican player who came to Vaqueros a year ago provided him with advice.
He said: “Isaac has helped me a lot in my work process. When you think about the NFL, people think it is impossible. He made me see that I am great and I will become the best in the NFL. One of the great people.” said.
The International Athlete Program started in 2017 and aims to provide international athletes with the opportunity to compete at the NFL level, improve their skills and ultimately win a place in the NFL lineup.