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Athlete of the Week: Tyree Romello Jackson


We are happy to announce our first Athlete of the Week for 2012 --- Quarterback, Tyree Romello Jackson!!! Here is a little bit more information about Tyree.

Q: Tell us a little bit about yourself. How long have you been playing and when did you realize you wanted to play in college?

A: I have been playing football since I was 5yrs old and realized that I really wanted to play in college in about sixth grade when people started talking to me about college football.

Q: Tell us a little bit about your current high school team.

 

A: We had a rebuilding year this year, but have a good future, and a new coach who has one multiple state championships as an assistant.

Q: What are you looking for in a collegiate program?

A: A good atmosphere, good academics, and football.

Q: Do you know what you want to major in? If so, what?

A: No. Not yet.

Q: What 3 words would you use to describe yourself as a student-athlete?

A: Competitive, Hard Worker, and pays attention to detail.

Q: Describe for us your recruiting process thus far -- what have you been doing?

A: This offseason I’ve already attended an addidas combine, and 7-on-7 tryout.

Q: What do you like most about the BeRecruited service?

A: It is easy to use and can be used by any person.

Congratulations, Tyree!

Interested in becoming our next Athlete of the Week, email us your favorite game day photo at aotw@berecruited.com.

Until next time,

Laura

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