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Carson Green '23 Recruiting Profile

Reagan High SchoolSan Antonio, TXFootball
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ClubD1 Savage All America East vs West
Height5'9"
Weight175lbs
Age19
Primary PositionRunning Back
Secondary PositionWide Receiver
Dominant HandRight
40 Yard Dash4.51
5-10-5 Shuttle4.1
Bench Press285
Vertical27
Broad Jump9.8

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Personal Statement

I have been playing football since I was four years old. Since I first stepped on the field, I have aspired to play at the collegiate level. I know playing in college is a once in a lifetime opportunity that could change my whole life.

             I am always working to improve my skills as well as training to get bigger, faster and stronger. I ensure my success by waking up early and starting my workout regimen every day from 5:30-6:30 am during the school year and summer. I am a team player and try to lead by example while also encouraging my teammates to do the same. I respect my coaches and understand I have a lot to learn and grown as an athlete until I reach college. I am very coachable and strive to be one of the hardest working players and one of the hardest working recruits you'll find.

My favorite part about playing football is the comradery and teamwork. It brings me gratification and a sense of accomplishment being able to see the joy on my teammates, coaches and family faces as we score a touchdown, or make big defensive plays. I enjoy putting in 110% effort practicing during the week with my team and then being able to go out and demonstrate all our hard work out on the field.

I continue my pursuit of perfecting the art of football.  I learn from my coaches or study some aspect of football almost daily. To progress as a football player, you have to be willing to do what most average kids my age won’t do.  I get up in the morning and workout out to build up my strength and conditioning. If I am enrolled in school sports that start in the morning I work out in the evening.  I study football plays from different teams.  While I watch football games I try to call the play before the play starts just to see how accurate my field vision is.  Currently, I am working to refine the mental aspects of the game as far as breaking down the defense based on a pre-snap read.

I am always working to improve my football game. What I feel I am working on the most is my versatility as a player along with my coachability.  When I walk on the on the field I want to be a player the coach can put where ever he needs me to benefit the team. I want to know how to play that position regardless if it is my primary position or not.  I feel being versatile and knowing how to play all the positions along with demonstrating your ability to be coachable builds character to become a strong leader on and off the field. Which is what I strive to be. 

              In the classroom, I am respectful to my teachers; I study hard and maintain a high GPA. I am currently taking all Pre-Advanced Placement classes at my school which requires a high aptitude for academic excellence. I am an ambassador for promoting the students Athlete initiatives and I lead by example by maintaining a 4.0 GPA. I advocate for grades first!  I tell them be coachable in the classroom you will ultimately be coachable on the field. I pumped my teammates up, I motivate them, and I let them know we can accomplish anything together.  I am proud of my teammates and I do my best to let them know it. As a 7th grader in the top 5% of students in my class, I was selected for the Duke Tip program to take my SAT/ACT December 2017.  I am involved in my school; I also try to take part in mentoring kids and participating in local youth camps.

              I want to attend a college where I can push myself in the classroom and on the football field. I am open to all options and want to ultimately find the right college match at the highest level of competition possible. I hope to become a great role model to all my peers and make my parents and coaches proud. A lot of people say it's not about how you start it's about how you finish. I have always questioned that statement.

            Coming from a small military base in Arizona I was not in the best school system and the curriculum was not as hard as Texas. When I moved to Texas I was totally lost but I persevered, and it had felt like words were flying off the page and numbers didn't fit exactly how they were supposed to. When football became part of my life I felt as though it was outlet not just to hit somebody but to learn and think about the fundamentals of football understanding what do and how to do it. Before long, I used my passion for football to help focus my academics. Numbers started matching because of all the plays I had to remember, and letters just started fitting like never before. Since then I've thought of school as football and football as school and I became one of the top students of my class and I have maintained that high level of academic achievement over the years. So, no, I don't believe it's about how you start, it's about how you finish! I believe if you start strong and finish at the best of your abilities giving 100 percent effort; you can do anything.

Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity
  • 4 years
  • Varsity Starter
  • 4 years
  • 2022 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #13
  • Individual Awards
  • 1st Team All-Area, Captain, John Wayne Player of the week, 1st Team All District
  • Team Awards
  • National Champs
  • 2021 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #13
  • 2020 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #13
  • Individual Awards
  • 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-County, john wayne player of the game
  • Team Awards
  • Conference Champs
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #14
  • Individual Awards
  • 2nd Team All-Conference
  • Team Awards
  • Conference 3rd Place

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience
  • 8 seasons
  • 2018 D1 Savage All America East vs West (7th )
  • Overall MVP, selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Camp
  • 2018 San Antonio Outlaws (Seniors 13U)
  • Team Captain and overall MVP. District champions, undefeated all season. SYFL Champions, Ranked #3 in the Nation
  • 2017 San Antonio Outlaws (12U Texas Select)
  • Team Captain and overall MVP. District champions, undefeated all season. SYFL Champions, Ranked #3 in the Nation
  • 2017 Texas Gladiators (12U)
  • Undefeated, Texas Select National Championship winner. Team Captain
  • 2016 Diamond All American (6th Grade)
  • 2016 Jr Barons (Spring Season) (Juniors )
  • This was our spring season we did very well and made it to the Semi Final round of the Spring Championship Bowl. Selected as overall MVP for the season.
  • 2015 Future Stars All Star San Antonio- West (12U)
  • Selected to play up on the all star team two years in a row and selected as the primary RB both years. I was also selected for the MVP of this game.
  • 2015 TYFA Junior Barons (Junior)
  • District Champions. Currently I have the most touchdowns, rushing yards and defensive tackles.

Coach References

  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Marecus Goodloe
  • Club Director
  • Fred Davis
  • Club Coach
  • Don Blake
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Diamond All American Games
  • Position Coach
  • Coach Odell Straughter III
  • Club Coach
  • Coach Steven
  • Club Coach
  • Coach John
  • Club Director
  • Sam Hart

Events

  • Camp/Event
  • 8th Grade ProFootball Hall of Fame Game
  • 7/31/18 to 8/03/18
  • Carson was selected at one of 60 best football athletes in the nation for class of 2023
  • Camp/Event
  • 14U Texas Classic USA Football
  • 7/22/18 to 7/22/18
  • Carson is on the 14U Stripes Team
  • Camp/Event
  • Diamond All American Bowl East vs West
  • 1/14/18 to 1/15/18
  • Overall MVP and received invite to Pro Football Hall of fame Camp
  • Camp/Event
  • U14 USA International Bowl IX
  • 1/12/18 to 1/12/18
  • Carson is on the U14 Stars Team; Rushed 395 yards, Offensive MVP of the game
  • Camp/Event
  • Diamond All American Bowl
  • 12/30/17 to 12/31/17
  • 7th Grade Overall MVP, Pro Football Hall of Fame invite
  • Camp/Event
  • Youth National Championship
  • 12/13/17 to 12/17/17
  • Time and location TBD
  • Camp/Event
  • Snoop Youth Football League National Title Game
  • 12/08/17 to 12/10/17
  • National Champions
  • Camp/Event
  • Texas Select State Finals
  • 11/25/17 to 11/25/17
  • Location TBD
  • Camp/Event
  • Texas Select Conference Championship
  • 11/12/17 to 11/12/17
  • 12U Outlaws vs Houston Hurricanes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAl394Tl6as
  • Camp/Event
  • FBU TOP GUN
  • 7/12/17 to 7/14/17
  • Made the 2023/2024 All American Top Gun Middle School Team as a RB. Selected as a Top performer.
  • Camp/Event
  • USA National Development Games
  • 6/27/17 to 7/01/17
  • Selected as a RB for the U14 USA International Bowl IX, in Arlington, TX. One of the youngest members of the team
  • Camp/Event
  • UTSA football Camp
  • 6/12/17 to 6/13/17
  • Fastest man award and offensive player. Selected by UTSA Coaching staff to come out and compete against the Highschool Jr and Seniors during Friday Night Lights to see how I do on 15 June 17.
  • Camp/Event
  • THE SHOW in THE STAR”
  • 6/09/17 to 6/11/17
  • By Invitation only for the Top 100 Player in each grade.
  • Camp/Event
  • E.P.S Youth All American Game
  • 6/02/17 to 6/04/17
  • Offensive MVP
  • Camp/Event
  • Diamond All American Games
  • 5/26/17 to 5/29/17
  • Camp/Event
  • USA Football San Antonio Regional Development Camp
  • 3/04/17 to 3/05/17
  • Selected as one on the Top performers for the San Antonio Camp, one of the only 6th graders
  • Camp/Event
  • Texas Youth Football All Star Showcase
  • 2/18/17 to 2/19/17
  • This is a select team that I had to try out for and made it as a RB. We will play the best in our region.
  • Camp/Event
  • NextGen Futures Combine at The U.S Army All-American Bowl
  • 1/08/17 to 1/08/17
  • Selected as one of the Top players in the Country and invited to compete in the Nation's Largest Football Showcase "The Show"
  • Camp/Event
  • CFPO 3rd Annual Texas Football State Championship
  • 1/07/17 to 1/08/17
  • Our team won the Championship
  • Camp/Event
  • Diamond All American Games
  • 12/27/16 to 12/31/16
  • I was nominated and selected to play in this tournament. I am on the 6th grade White Squad, I was announced as one of the impact players to watch out for. This is an opportunity that I am thankful for and looking forward to.
  • Camp/Event
  • Future Stars Bowl Game
  • 12/18/16 to 12/18/16
  • Best of San Antonio's youth football players East Vs West. I will be playing for the East Team!
  • Camp/Event
  • Top Gun Show Case
  • 7/18/16 to 7/20/16
  • I was one of the youngest at this camp I was chosen as a 5th grader to attend a 6th grade Top Gun Show Case.

Training

  • Speed and Agility Training
  • 6 years
  • I participate in speed and agility training during the off seasons and I also play basketball to keep active during our off seasons.
  • Basketball
  • 6 years
  • During the Spring season I play basketball to keep myself in shape and conditioned.

Additional Sports

  • Basketball
  • 7 years
  • Club/Travel Team
  • MVP

Statistics

Statistic2018 San Antonio Ou2018 D1 Savage All 2017 Texas Gladiato2015 TYFA Junior Ba
Games played13888
Blocking percentage90

Academics

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High School Information

StateTexas
Phone(210) 482-2200

Academic Accomplishments

Are you in honor classes?
Yes. Gifted and Talented Program
Are you in AP/IB classes?
Yes. English Reading Math
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
No

Awards and Activities

  • Awards2017-18 A Honor Roll 2017-18 Select for the Duke Tip Program to take SAT/ACT 2017-18 Top 5% of his Class 2017 A Honor Roll 2017 NEISD Region Orchestra 5th chair (Bass) 2017 Panther Leader Award 2016 Presidents Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence 2016 Certificate of Achievement for A Honor Roll 2015 Certificate of Achievement for A Honor Roll
  • ActivitiesOrchastra Peer Leader Morning Announcements Youth Mentor

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