"When there is no defensive line to get to the quarterback you just have to get after it," Raulerson said about competing in 7v7. "I think it helps our defense out a lot and on offense it just teaches them how to play fast and catch the ball."
Raulerson is extremely happy to be a part of the tradition rich Celina Bobcats football program.
"Moving here was the greatest thing I ever did. This town, this community has your back 110 percent and it does not matter what is going on they always have your back and there is no other feeling like that and on Friday nights when everybody in the town comes to watch you – there is just nothing better."
The stout MLB prospect is set to take on the recruiting process alongside his brother Jake Raulerson, who is also a Celina High standout.
"It is just a great opportunity for me," Raulerson began. "I have talked to a coach at Vanderbilt, but I would love to go to a school in Texas like SMU or Texas State or anywhere in Texas really is fine to me."
"The thing with Texas is there are three important things it's God, family and football and there is just nothing else like it."