CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL
|Positions:||Offensive Guard, Center|
2010 Titan Season Records:
Touchdowns Rushing and Passing - 48
Avg Gain per play - 7.9
Most Yards per Game - 367
Most Touchdown Passes in a season - 26
Most Points in a season - 365
Fewest Fumbles - 9
2010 2nd Team All District
2011 1st Team All District
Offensive Lineman MVP 2010
2011 District 9-4A Champs
Invited to FBU football camp. After the camp was over they invited me to the next level which is Top Gun.
Evaluated at FBU as a D2 recruit because of my size but have excellent technique and ability.
Evaluated by Larry Zierlein. Ex-Pittsburgh Steelers Superbowl winning O-Line Coach
Volunteer at our church for special community service events such as the annual Christmas celebration for underprivileged families living in Frisco.
Volunteered to help fill reusable bags with groceries that get distributed to under privileged families and Frisco Food Bank.
Volunteered at Toys for Tots this past Christmas season, collecting and loading toys for the event.
Volunteered for City of Plano Police Department's Annual Thanksgiving event. Picked up prepared food and delivered to area elderly and disabled individuals.
Recently, I began volunteering with Frisco Baseball and Softball Association. This came about when I lost my Offensive Line coach, Ben Fricke, to cancer. Coach Fricke's little boy plays on the team and when my football coaches approached me about helping out, I knew it was the right thing to do. I thoroughly enjoy helping the coach with the entire team, at both practice and games.
I enjoy volunteering. My vision for future service to my community is to continue to help those in need. Doing what I can to assist people who are less fortunate live better lives just by doing the little things to let them know that someone really does care, like bringing them Thanksgiving Dinner. I hope to continue to volunteer at our church doing great things for the underprivileged. Since I want to be a coach, I would love to continue with assisting and helping kids learn sports, especially the ones that have lost a parent or have special needs.
Pursuing healthy athletic performance is like anything else you do. It takes dedication and commitment to eat right, exercise daily, and get adequate sleep. You have to plan out your healthy meals around the food pyramid to ensure you are receiving daily requirements. I not only exercise at school, but also go to the gym five nights a week for an additional work out, especially weight lifting. However, the most important of the three is sleep. Your body requires at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep to rebuild, repair, and replenish so you are prepared for the next day.