As a high school football player, I was recognized as the Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia, named to the Sports Illustrated and Rivals top 100 in addition to being a 1st Team All-American. Realizing the importance of my education, I maximized my recruiting potential by attending the right collegiate fit, academically and athletically. I ultimately decided on Stanford University, where I was a three-year starter, two-year captain, and All Pac-Ten honoree. Drafted in the 5th Round into the NFL by Tampa Bay, I played for the Bucs and Denver Broncos before finishing my professional career in the CFL as a Grey Cup Champion with the Calgary Stampeders.
As the Senior Director of Regional Recruiting, I travel the country educating prospective students and parents and coordinating events with our NCSA high school and youth partners. The most rewarding part of working at NCSA is helping young people and their families make their mark and stand out in a very competitive recruiting landscape. With a passionate message that emphasizes the importance of education, I look forward to helping families across the country achieve success in the college sports recruiting process.
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