Limerick co-founded the John Carroll Physical Therapy Club in September of 2020
Devin Limerick is moving toward his goals both on and off the field. The Senior wideout has always had a passion for sports, and now he’s pivoting that passion into his future career as a physical therapist.
Devin may be headed to the Ivy League after he graduates from John Carroll in the spring. He’s already been accepted into Columbia University’s doctorate program for physical therapy, but says he plans on exploring all his options before taking the next step toward his future.
Limerick’s road to success was not always a straight path. He dealt with twists and turns along the way. During his freshman season as a running back he suffered an injury to his ankle, straining several ligaments. Ahead of last season Devin transitioned to playing wide receiver which also was not in his playbook. He says his passion for football kept him going while dealing with adversity.
“When you’re a division III athlete, you’re truly playing for the love of the game” Devin explains “You know the NFL probably won’t be knocking on your door, you’re putting in the work for your teammates and your love for the sport.”