High School: Good Counsel (Olney, MD)
When did you first develop a passion for football?
I played multiple sports growing up, but it was always football as my first one. The first game that really fueled my passion was my freshman year playing out of state in New Jersey though. Balling out on the big stage, I couldn’t wait for more.
I never really had a dream school. I always knew about Maryland because they were close and Robert Morris because of my brother, but I was just looking for an opportunity to play.
Favorite College Football Player:
I never watched him in college, but Brian Urlacher was always my guy. The way he just owned the Bear’s defense was something I always tried to emulate.
Greatest High School Game:
Has to be last year playing DeMatha. The game was on ESPN and we were all pumped up. All I wanted to do was play my best for my teammates and by the end of the game, I had a kick and punt return for touchdowns as well as a blocked field goal. That was one of the best games I’ve ever been a part of.
What is the statistic or achievement you are most proud of?
This year I finally got my first interception. After playing multiple years on varsity, I was excited to finally get that under my belt.
What is the Best Coaching Advice You Have Ever Received?
Do your job and stop worrying about where everybody else is. This advice helped me focus on perfecting my craft, instead of getting sidetracked making sure everyone else was lined up.
What is the One Thing You Want College Coaches to Know About You?
I’m a team player and always want to be a positive leader. If something isn’t going right for the team, I won’t just let it keep going. I always just try to help us swing the momentum back instead.
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