|Secondary Positions||S, H|
|TIP||SACKS||PASS YDS||PASS YD AVG||PASS TDS||PASS PCT||PASS COM||PASS ATT||LNG TD||INT|
|QB YDS/RUSH||QB RUSHES||QB RUSH YDS||QB RUSH TDS||QB LNG RUSH|
|Bench Press (max)||Vertical jump||Wingspan|
2019: Starting QB for Oak Ridge High School Varsity Team; Tied School All-time Record for Touchdown Passes in a Single Game (5); All-Region Team
2018: Second string QB for Oak Ridge High School Varsity Team
2017: Oak Ridge High School Freshman Team QB - Undefeated; Leadership Award; Offensive MVP Freshman bowl game
Offensive Coordinator Bryan Wyatt, email@example.com
Who doesn't love college football? I've grown up watching and critiquing games and, since I've been able, have worked hard to be the best quarterback and all-around athlete I can be. I would love to play at the next level!
On the field, my position as quarterback requires that I know everyone's position in the play so I can help them and the team execute. Setting a good example is one of the best ways to lead. So, on the field, I hustle on and off, listen to coaching, and encourage my teammates. Off the field, I work to earn good grades, attend every practice and team event, arrive early or on time, and actively participate.
Football is a mental game for me, so studying and knowing plays and players is one of the best things I can do. Eating, sleeping, and hydration are keys to success, so I try to do those things to keep my body and mind at peak performance level. Also, I work hard during workouts and practice.
I work as a certified life guard at the Oak Ridge City Pools and interact with people of all ages in the community. I also talk with elementary and middle school students who want to be football players. It's important to be accessible and interested in kids who look up to you and