|Club||Sean Cue||Bird Gang||Murrieta||CA|
|High School||George Wilson|
|TDS||TACKLES||TACKLE ASSISTS||SAF||SACKS||SACK YDS||PUNTS BLKD||PASS BLKD||LNG INT||INT YDS||INT||FUM REC||FRC FUM||FGS BLKD|
|Bench Press (max)||Vertical jump||Wingspan|
Varsity Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week, Freshman Defensive Back of the Year, Freshman game Captain 4/10 games. 2x Pop Warner Academic All-American 2nd Team, Captain of Pop Warner Team
Hold two black belts in Yamashita Shorin-Ryu Karate. Hold one black belt in Kobodu (weapons). Ran 5 sprint triathlons, winning age group in 2014. Ran Cross Country in middle school. Won Time Trial Age Group (Cycling). Previously played basketball and soccer.
Being recruited, regardless of the results, will prepare me to be more successful in life after sports. I'll have to apply skills that will help me not just get jobs, but be better equipped to choose professions and education majors because I'll learn what's truly important to me and work toward achieving those goals. I think you really get to know yourself, as well as how to conduct yourself with authority figures, during the recruiting process.
Selected as team captain on all youth teams. Selected as Game Captain 4 of 10 freshman games. Will work with players outside of practice to improve their skills. As a mentor a younger athlete I demonstrate by example how important grades are and discuss the importance of effort in everything he does.
In addition to the weight training and conditioning we receive in school, I attend outside training to make sure I never get sedentary and am always improving. I balance that with a strong sense of academic purpose, achieving a 4.0 the last three years. I make sure I have a balance of protein and carbs for muscle building and energy, and drink water all day, every day.
I was a volunteer assistant instructor, teaching young people karate. This raised their self-confidence while improving their physical conditioning. I also assist youth football coaches, showing players correct technique to keep them safe.
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