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Asahel "AJ" Jenkins ‘13 Recruiting Profile

  • Cascade High School
  • Everett, WA
  • Men's Swimming
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Asahel "AJ" Jenkins's Men's Swimming Recruiting Profile
South Snohomish County Dolphins
Prim. Position:
100 Fly
Sec. Position:
200 Free
100 Fly SCY
200 Free SCY
200 Fly SCY

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Personal Statement

My name is Asahel Jenkins; friends and family call me AJ. I am a junior at Cascade High

School in Everett, WA. I am 5’9” tall and weigh approximately 155 pounds. Coaches tell me

I am a gifted athlete. Whatever I try I usually can do better than average. I love to swim and I

have been told that I am a natural at it. When I lived in Kentucky I was allowed to participate in

varsity high school sports and marching band as an 8th grader. So for the past four years I have

been in high school marching band during fall and high school swimming in the winter.

Marching band is very competitive and doesn’t leave much time for swimming but I get in the

pool whenever I can. As soon as marching band season is over, I go back full time to swimming.

Last year I worked hard to attend both high school and club practices after marching band was

finished. This helped me catch up with my teammates in the USA swimming club who started

practicing in September. I’m usually back in competitive form by December or January. I work

hard to stay in swimming shape, I bicycle or run when I can’t swim. I tested my bicycling and

running endurance last fall when I competed in a sprint triathlon where I got first in my age

group and 8th overall.

I attended George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, KY my freshman year. I was on

their varsity swim team in 8th and 9th grade. In eighth grade, I was the only swimmer on the

team to make 2009 KHSAA District 5 finals in an individual event, the 200 yd freestyle, and

I was an alternate in the 500 yd freestyle. I also swam on the 200 yd freestyle relay and the

butterfly leg on the medley relay.

In 2011I moved to Cascade High School in Everett, WA. During my sophomore year, I was the

team high point swimmer and swam in Wesco District final on the 200 freestyle relay and the

butterfly on the medley relay. Individually I qualified for the 200 yd free style and the 500 yd

freestyle finals. At the WIAA State 4A meet, I made the 500 yd freestyle final and swam in the

finals on our 200 freestyle relay. My junior year, I was again the team high point swimmer. I

made my goals of winning the 100 butterfly and the 200 free at the Wesco District championship

meet but fell short of my goal to win a WIAA State 4A championship. In the 100 fly I took 3rd

place with a personal best time and I placed 5th in the 200 free.

I have been club swimming since I was 9 years old. I started on a summer team in Orofino,

Idaho and after two summers switched to a year round team in Moscow, Idaho. I made

significant improvement when we moved to Kentucky. The qualifying times for championship

meets were faster than my previous LSC in Idaho but I was up to the challenge and made

significant improvements every year. I qualified for every state championship meet in both the

long and short course since 2005.

Moving to Washington was difficult because I was away from swimming for half the 2010 long

course season and I had aged up to the 15-18 year old bracket. Nevertheless, I qualified for the

Pacific Northwest Long Course Swimming Championship in the 200 butterfly and even managed

to improve my time from the previous year. Probably my best meet in 2011 was the PNS Age

Group Regional Championship. I swam the maximum number events allowed and made a

best time in all the events. I took 2nd place in the 100 fly and placed 8th place or better in all

other events. Last summer I attended the Senior Zone Long Course Championships in Fresno,

CA. It was at this meet that I decided to focus on the 100 fly for high school. I also made some

Sectional and NCSA Junior National qualifying times and swam at both meets.

In addition to swimming and marching band, I have a number of other interests. I play the piano

and various types of drums. I am a member of Boy Scouts of America and achieved the rank of

Eagle Scout in 2010. In recognition of this accomplishment, the Commonwealth of Kentucky

awarded me the title of Kentucky Colonel. I’m still an active scout and serve my troop as

Junior Assistant Scout Master. Last spring I organized and lead the District Camporee and next

summer I will be serving as a troop leader at the National Jamboree.

I have one other love, pole vaulting. I’m relatively new at it but I have done well in the short

time I have participated. I started vaulting my sophomore year. Even after missing half the

track season, due to swimming, I learned how to jump and made district championships. It was

exciting to participate the first year, make the varsity team, and letter in track. During my junior

year, I jumped two feet higher, clearing 11 ft. I had hoped to qualify for the state championship

meet but missed by a couple of inches. Next year I will be competing for the state title.

I want to attend a college where I can get the best education for my money. Growing up I

moved every couple of years. I’ve lived in Wisconsin, New Mexico, Idaho, Kentucky, and

now Washington so I am not concerned about moving to a new place. I plan to attend a school

where I find the best opportunity to get a college education and where I can continue to succeed

with swimming, and possibly continue in track. I am looking at schools that have a competitive

swim team and will consider a team that is building. I would prefer NCAA I or II and NAIA but

willing to considering any opportunity. I am undecided about a major, there’s still so much to

explore and learn.


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 5 years
  • 2013 Varsity Team
  • 2012 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Conference, Most Valuable Swimmer
  • 2011 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards:
    Most Valuable Swimmer
  • 2010 Varsity Team
  • 2009 Varsity Team

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 5 seasons
  • 2013 South Snohomish County Dolphins (Senior)
  • 2012 StingRay Swim Club WA (USA Swimming Level 1)
  • 2011 StingRay Swim Club WA (USA Swimming Level 1)
  • Notes: Short Course Season
  • 2010 Lexington Dolphins WA (USA Swimming )
  • 2009 Lexington Dolphins WA (USA Swimming)

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Patrick Hamilton
  • High School Head Coach
  • Eric Smith
  • Club Coach
  • Dave Doolin

Additional Sports

  • Track
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team



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Test Scores

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High School Information

High School:
Cascade High School
(425) 385-6002

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. English I and II, Civics, Geometry, Interdisciplinary Science
AP Classes:
Yes. World History, Biology
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • National Honor Society 2011-2012
  • Award
    • Kentucky High School Athletic Association: Academic All State Honorable Mention 2010
  • Award
    • Certificate for Outstanding Performance George Rogers Clark High School Band 2008-2009
  • Award
    • Presidents Award for Educational Excellence: Outstanding Academic Excellence 2009
  • Award
  • Activity
    • Eagle Scout 2010
  • Activity
    • Kentucky Colonel 2010
  • Activity
    • Cascade Sound High School Marching Band 2010 2011 & 2012
  • Activity
    • George Rogers Clark High School Marching Band 2008 & 2009
  • Activity
    • Piano
  • Activity
    • Drums
  • Activity
    • Boy Scouts of America (2010 Eagle Scout)
  • Activity
    • 2007 Boy Scouts of America: Order of the Arrow to Brotherhood
  • Activity
    • Boy Scouts of America: 2011-2012 Junior Assistant Scout Master Troop 120 Everett WA
  • Activity
    • 2009 Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)
  • Activity
    • 2010 Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA)
  • Activity
    • 4H New Mexico 2001-2002
  • Activity
    • 4H Idaho 2003-2005
  • Activity
    • 4H Kentucky 2006-2009
  • Activity
    • Math Counts 2008 (University of Kentucky Engineering Program)
  • Activity

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Event 2012 Varsity Te 2012 StingRay S 2011 Varsity Te 2011 StingRay S 2010 Varsity Te 2010 Lexington 2009 Varsity Te
100Y Free 49.27r 54.90 54.06
200Y Free 1:44.55 1:45.33 1:53.28 1:49.35 1:59.75 1:57.03 2:08.45
500Y Free 5:02.77 4:47.58 5:00.92 4:53.75 5:15.82 5:10.45 5:38.40
100Y Back 1:01.15 56.22 1:01.43 1:04.68
100Y Breast 1:04.49 1:03.62 1:16.98
100Y Fly 51.96 51.32 57.75 54.31 58.10
400M Free Relay (Split) 49.27 (1) 55.93 (3) 1:00.21
200Y IM 2:05.05 2:05.08 2:10.58 2:15.87
50M Free 25.70 27.37
50Y Free 22.69 24.51 24.53
100M Free 59.44 1:00.21
200M Free 2:01.87 2:06.56 2:18.11
400M Free 4:21.08 4:26.47 5:05.60
1500M Free 18:51.35 18:55.74 19:20.30
1650Y Free 17:24.93 17:19.29 17:51.98
50Y Back 27.29 28.87
100M Back 1:05.70 1:04.71 1:11.86 1:12.00
200M Back 2:31.36 2:34.74
200Y Back 2:06.41 2:14.92 2:19.69
50Y Breast 31.27 33.06
100M Breast 1:16.21 1:11.01 1:22.63
200M Breast 2:49.66 3:00.24
200Y Breast 2:19.28 2:40.31
50M Fly 26.84 relay split 31.13
50Y Fly 24.55 26.05 27.45
100M Fly 57.19 1:00.47 1:10.85
200M Fly 2:16.99 2:30.09 2:32.02
200Y Fly 1:56.09 2:04.96 2:15.87
200M Free Relay (Split) 25.50 (4)
200M Med Relay (Split) 26.84 (3)
400M Med Relay (Split) 1:00.83 (3)
200M IM 2:17.99 2:10.60 2:28.79
400M IM 4:55.44 5:05.44 5:41.73
400Y IM 4:25.96 4:29.37 4:45.46
400Y Free Relay (Split) 52.49
200Y Med Relay (Split) 23.24 27.45
800M Free 9:53.42
1000Y Free 10:20.92 10:39.72
200Y Free Relay (Split) 24.53
Event 2009 Lexington
50M Free 30.40
50Y Free 25.74
100M Free 1:05.98
100Y Free 57.75
200M Free 2:19.84
200Y Free 2:06.85
400M Free 4:49.15
500Y Free 5:21.62
800M Free 9:41.90
1000Y Free 11:17.70
1500M Free 20:03.88
1650Y Free 19:25.51
100M Back 1:20.56
100Y Back 1:08.47
200M Back 2:48.06
200Y Back 2:24.78
100M Breast 1:33.08
100Y Breast 1:16.33
200M Breast 3:10.50
200Y Breast 2:44.06
100M Fly 1:08.74
100Y Fly 1:01.54
200M Fly 2:37.08
200Y Fly 2:17.82
200M IM 2:41.22
200Y IM 2:18.88
400M IM 5:39.85
400Y IM 4:58.04


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