I have the grades and really feel I can play for Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, Colgate, Fordham, Holy Cross, Air Force, Navy, Army, Miami of Ohio. Really like Duke and Vanderbilt because of academics and warm weather. I was told to Think Big so why not Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin. Clemson and Michigan are my dream schools. In Division II Grand Valley State and Ferris State have great program that I have interest in. I have started an excel file with 40 schools I have interest in. (Which I can share)
Colleges that have shown you interest:
Yale, Penn, Airforce but nothing official -- coaches just following me on Twitter. Columbia sent me Happy Thanksgiving, a Merry Christmas email and recruiting update emails
I am good tackler and have the speed at 4.56 to get there relatively quick. I am a two way starter in one of most talented leagues in the State. I had 69 tackles and 17 tackles for a loss from the left side OLB position but can play ILB, SS and even Safety because I have good coverage skills. As a running back, I can run people over or beat the around the corner (7 yrds per carry average). I can also run good routes catch the ball out of the backfield at any angle. I love football, T have the grades, the work ethic and the desire to get better.
How I play the game:
I am coachable, smart, fast, excellent tackler/hard hitter, my coverage skills improve every day, I feel I have good play recognition and a very versatile player because I can play multiple positions. Most of all, I will give you 100% effort 100% of the time (In the classroom and on the field).
Outlook on High School Football and it's experiences:
I love my school, my teachers and all my friends at OLSM where I am a 3.9 student. For college, I am interested in some type of a financial degree as of now. Athletically, I want to say first that I have 100% respect for every coach at OLSM but I feel my talents have been slightly overlooked so far. COVID and lack of consistent playing time hurt my sophomore year where I felt I should of been a two way starter. We hardly hit or scrimmaged in practice so it was tough to show all my abilities and coaching staff played mostly upper classmen. However, I understand why, so I kept working and was a two-way starter my junior year. We now have a new coaching staff for OLSM and a new system - I am working hard every day and looking forward to what 2022 will bring.
Discuss the potential opportunity of playing on the next level:
Absolutely. I promise I will show up everyday and give you my all. I understand every program is looking for that 6'-2" plus - 220 pound track star to develop. What I can promise is I will not get out worked. I will always stay committed to my team mates and loyal to the program that sees me as a football player right now. I will only get better.