2015 National Team

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Player Bio

Do you remember your first varsity start and how was it?
“Yes. I was 14 years old, and I was nervous.”

Have you played OL your entire life and what made you want to play OL?
“No, I have not played OL my entire life. I played DT and I got moved over to OL my sophomore year. I wanted to continue to play OL because I was good at it.”

What is your best asset as an OL? Is technique or strength more important in your opinion? What is your primary OL position and how comfortable are you with other positions? What do you want to play in college?
“My best asset as an OL is my pass protection. Technique is more important because football is about angles. My primary OL position is left tackle, but I can play any lineman position. In college I’m open to playing any position.”

Who is the most influential person in your life?
“My mom is the most influential person in my life.

How many brothers and sisters, what ages and do they play sports?
“I have one sister who is two years old.”

Do you do any work in the community? (i.e. help coach kids, volunteer, active in church)
“Yes. I help with our football youth program.”

What colleges have shown interest in you/offered you?
“Auburn, Georgia Tech, Duke, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Louisville, Mississippi State, Perdue, Florida State, Florida Atlantic, Iowa, Illinois and Kentucky.”

What has been your best football memory?
“One of my favorite moments is from my 7th grade championship tournament game. I had ten tackles that game and three sacks. Sadly, we lost in overtime.”

Gain any accolades? (All-Region, State, etc.) Did you attend any camps this offseason? Know any of your stats/blocking grades?
“I was named All-Region. I average a 90 overall blocking grade and I have given up zero sacks.”

Outside of playing sports, what would you want to do for a living?
“I like to coach and help people better their lives.”

What is a fact about you many people that don’t know you, wouldn’t be able to guess?
“I like classic Star Wars movies.”