Dylan Walters ‘21 Recruiting Profile

  • Jamestown High School
  • Williamsburg, VA
  • Football
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  • 2019 Summer Highlights

Personal Statement

The one thing that stands out most of all is that I am a military child. I have moved only four times since birth, however, I have lived overseas most of my life so I do not call one place "home". This means that I can go to school anywhere and not be worried about being close to family. I am always held to a very high standard, by my parents and myself. I set difficult, yet achievable goals, and I put in the work to always better myself. When I accomplish my goals, I raise the bar and work to meet that standard. While living overseas, I have visited 18 countries. I have experienced many different cultures and this has helped me develop an appreciation for everyone from all walks of life.

I am strong, yet have empathy. I demand the same work ethic from my team, yet I am able to find those who fall short and push them until they see their potential. I also find those who are too hard on themselves, rally around them, and shift their focus back on the task at hand.

I work harder on my craft than anyone else that I know. Each day I am either in the gym working on my strength and conditioning, or I am out in the field working on my mechanics. I know how to ask for help, and I know when to stop. I am a good leader and follower, when I have to be, and I am great at listening, taking direction, and following instructions. I am not afraid to admit my mistakes, and I never gloat.

I put just as much focus on school as I do athletics. Grades are very important to my family; education is the key to most every door. If everything is taken from me, I know that I will, in the very least, have an education.

My collegiate goals are to earn a degree in Sports Medicine so I can give back to others. If football does not work out, I would like to focus on helping wounded warriors and their families through the power of physical therapy and athletic training. The number one goal I have for myself right now is earning high scores on both my SAT and ACT. Secondly, I will continue to push myself to graduate high school with a high GPA. My long-term goals are to play D-1 football and eventually play in the NFL.


High School Information

  • 2018 Junior Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #16
  • 2017 Junior Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #16

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Billy Ratcliff
  • High School Head Coach
  • Coach Murphy

Additional Sports

  • Soccer
  • F
  • 6 Years
  • Club/Travel Team
  • Played goalie in Japan for a Japanese travel team. Regional Champion (2015), District Champion (2014, 2015), Kanagawa Prefecture Runner-Up (2013, 2015). Named Regional Championship MVP (2015).



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High School Information

High School:
Jamestown High School
(757) 259-3600

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Received a "B" in Honors World Lit. (9th Grade)
AP Classes:
Yes. Received a "C" in AP Human Geography (9th Grade)
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Activity
    • Strings Ensemble

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Statistic 2018 Junior Var 2017 Junior Var
Games played 4 3
Knockdowns 3
Attempts 70 32
Completion percentage 41.4% 46.9%
Completions 29 15
Passing yards 648 169
Touchdown passes 8 2
Rushing attempts 7
Rushing yards 60
Rushing touchdowns 1


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