I am from Asheboro, North Carolina. I have been around sports my whole life. My grandpa, mom, and dad were all coaches of different sports while I was growing up, and that love for sports came at a very young age. In high school, I was a four-sport athlete playing soccer, basketball, baseball, and running cross country. I did not continue to compete in college in order to focus more on academics. I attended a four-year college at North Greenville University, where my love for basketball skill and development training began to blossom. I saw how many people I was able to impact and help become better basketball players as well as athletes. Since college, I have continued to be a basketball skill and development trainer as well as a speed and agility coach for high school and college athletes. My goal is to help those athletes reach their potential and give them the opportunity to achieve their goals.
My love for sports and love for helping student athletes reach their goals are some of the most rewarding parts of NCSA. At NCSA, there is a family atmosphere where we collectively strive to help student athletes achieve their dreams of playing college sports. My goal in life is to make an impact wherever I am at, and NCSA has given me an opportunity to make an impact. Everyone at NCSA is passionate about helping the student athletes they come in contact with, and that is why I am proud to call NCSA home.