Hey This is Jordan Anderson Stanley a kid from the DMV. I love this game, I love watching it and playing it, this game is my exit, safe haven. My father was arrested and out of my life for 5-7 years for a drug charge and my mom and grandmother raised me. This game was always around me I’ve played in the parks of Maryland and Virginia, but as soon as I’ve moved to Georgia at around 7 years old I’ve played my first sanctioned year. I have many inspirations in my life, the women around me to my coaches. My grandmother was my inspiration, she passed away on November 1st, 2017. My family and I been getting by but it’s always a struggle to lose a loved one like that. Before she passed away to a battle of pancreatic cancer, she told me that this basketball is gonna workout for me and how she knew and knows how far I’m a get and go at basketball, and ever since that day it’s impacted my game. I know I’m blessed and I always count my blessings. My good skills are finishing, being able to score, find the open man, being the best teammate I can possibly be, play D, and rebound the ball, but my best skill is my heart I’ve got a passion and drive to keep on working on something in my game. If not my game, I work on my body, if not my body, I stretch, if not stretching I’m watching film and etc. I always have something I know I can perfect within my game. I was a kid that was at the bottom of barrel but being humble and hungry time and patience, and prayer changed that and show has just begun it’s not over. Recently won student body President for my school. At my school I am seen as a leader and a mentor to the younger age groups. I look out for all younger kids best interest and try my best to teach them how to stay out of trouble and remain focus. I attended Truett McConnell University and look forward to transferring to another school. I am looking for a program where the coaching staff builds a relationship with the players and their families as well help develop their players.