Max Bench: 375
Max Squat: 550
40 time: 5.04
Why do you want to go to college?
Furthering my education is important to me because I want to succeed in life as an overall human being and to excel towards my athletic potential. Earning a degree in physical therapy would benefit my own personal values as well as providing for my family.
What camps have you attended?
Throughout the past 4 years I have attended football camps for Southeastern, ULL, Nicholls, LA Tech, LSU, Louisiana College, Northwestern, Tulane and ULM. I’ve also attended the Collegiate Prep Football of America camp.
What are some of your strengths?
Notably one of my greatest strengths is my smarts to understand plays and react to defensive moves. However my explosive hands and quickness are key in many situations.
What are some of your accomplishments?
I have recently been awarded with OL MVP for the Max Emfinger All-Americans Bowl Game. I have been noticed ti be one of the top OL in the state and made district team.
Why should a college sign you? What makes you different then the other prospects?
Grades, personality, and athletic ability are all things I’m not shy of. Being able to produce decent grades in the midst of working out everyday and going to football practice is a chore that only those who are committed to put forth willing effort will succeed at. Growing up helping others with benefits and donation drives was a large part of my life. Socializing in many organizations and groups my family and I attended taught me how to interact with all people as well. Unlike my personality and grades my athletic ability always has room for improvement. I’m willing to learn what coaches are willing to teach me about the game and technique. I’m also willing to work out and grow stronger and faster and put in the time to reach my full potential. Hard work always comes into play with anything worth doing. Speed, strength, technique, mindset are all important in football and something I have.