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Davis Wiley ‘22 Recruiting Profile

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Davis Wiley's Men's Tennis Recruiting Profile
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  • 2020 Highlights

Personal Statement

About myself

Being the oldest of three boys in my family has always made me a natural leader at home and beyond. Given that I have a very athletic family, I love to teach and play sports with my brothers and my parents as well. I also have two nephews who played or are playing college sports. My dad played D1 baseball at Davidson College and my grandfather played baseball at Northwestern University - and my oldest nephew Shaun Wood even played professionally after his career at West Virginia University. I'm proud that my family has all played sports and tennis their whole lives, including my mom and dad and brothers, grandparents and aunts and uncles. I actually started hitting balls from a very early age and have always loved the head-to-head competition and constant action (and feedback) that I get on a tennis court. That said, I also played many other sports including travel baseball and high school varsity basketball my whole life until just a few years ago when I decided definitively that my goal was to play college tennis at a high level. I hope I am currently getting closer to that goal. In fact, my hope is to enter college as an 11.5 or 12+ UTR. 

One thing to know about me is that I have a very strong drive and work ethic both inside the classroom and on the court. Setting goals and meeting those goals is what I do every day. I recently finished my sophomore year at The Field School in Washington, DC and, although we did not have a tennis season due to Covid-19, I had a great experience on the court with my teammates and friends before the school was shut down. Outside of tennis, I recently completed an internship on Capitol Hill for a U.S. Congressmen and loved the hard working atmosphere on the Hill. I did a lot of writing on the Hill and honestly have never worked that hard in my life off the court. It was very a rewarding experience especially given that the work is all ultimately designed to help the American people. 

My goal is to play college tennis and also get a college degree in economics or business and maybe become an entrepreneur. This year, my Washington area Junior Achievement team won the 2020 Company of the Year that we created ourselves. I hope to make it a real company someday. Thank you for reading a little bit about me and I hope to be in touch about attending your school and playing college tennis soon. 


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The Field School

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Awards, Achievements and Activities

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    • Awarded The Field School's 2020 Washington Monument Award - for consistently "rock solid work ethic and intellectual engagement in addition to towering leadership"; High School Honor Roll; One of six students to memorize and publicly recite President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address before the entire school in competition to present the Address in Boston
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    • MA
  • Activity
    • My JA Entrepreneurial Team named 2020 Washington Metropolitan Area "Company of the Year" in 2020 Junior Achievement (JA) Entrepreneurial Summit over 5 days; St. Mary's Episcopal Church Youth Group volunteer (caroling
  • Activity
    • Arlington Food Assistance Center support; Church retreats to Shrine Mont Retreat Center (VA); Meal on Wheels regular volunteer; 2020 mission trip volunteer to Appalachia in Kentucky for Habitat for Humanity home improvement for needy family; Organized school-wide gently-used sports equipment donation collection for inner-city youth in Washington DC; established High School Ping Pong and Sports Club at the Field School
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    • Washington
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    • DC; Field School Food Bank/Shelter volunteer to make meals for Washington
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    • DC homeless shelter and food bank

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