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  1. Ribbed for your pleasure of course
  2. I knew blind guessing would net me at least one right!
  3. Casey Heyward was forced to play football to escape from the worst of family lives, living in a suburb of Columbus Ohio, surrounded by Wal Marts and chain stores as far as the eye could see. The game was his escape to get away from boring home life of Madden and Fifa on the weekends with friends, watching as parents stumbled drunkenly from wine tasting station to wine station tasting, and the dreaded late night Friday night hangout spot at Wal Mart Jousting in the sporting goods section with Brooms and Bikes. He played both ways in HS from his freshman year on, showing good ability on offense at TE, but really excelling as an OLB. He had to bulk up weight as Freshman year he played on the Freshman team and in the occasional blowout on Friday night. Between years he bulked up, took that starting LB spot his sophmore year and never looked back playing and starting all 30 games for the rest of his career. The High School stardom brought him everything he wanted. Girls gave him their numbers, he got free Breakfast Burritos from McDonalds on his way to Film on Saturday Mornings, and meeting with all the coaches of the best universities who wanted him to play on their teams. On gamedays, under his rule, the team wore suits, top hats, and monocles to games to intimidate opponents, he also set the standard for practicing hard and committing to the weight room in the offseason. Casey was eccentric and strange, but an excellent player with good work ethic. This led to him being nicknamed "Charlie" from It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia, for his strangeness and love of Milk Steak and Raw Jellybeans. High School: Pickerington North Sophomore Year: 7-3 (Lost in the Regional Semifinals 48-20 to Dublin Coffman) 100 Tackles, 6 Sacks, 3 TFL, 2 FF Junior Year: 8-2 (Won the state championship 23-21 against St. Edwards) 115 Tackles, 15 Sacks, 12 TFL, 4 FF, 2 FR, 1 INT, 1 TD Senior Year: 7-3 (Won the state championship 10-3 against Oletangy Liberty) 136 Tackles, 28 Sacks, 45 TFL, 10 FF, 4FR, 2 INT, 3 TD With this elite level production, and a desire to escape Ohio, Heyward looks forward to joining USC and hoping to help them win games and bring a title to the school.
  4. Jospeh had always been kind of an undersized kid, kind of dorky but with a huge love of sports. He had always been on the Pee-Wee teams and Middle School football teams learning his High School districts system that they taught at every level, but seeing little playing time due to his size and athletic ability. That is till the summer between Middle School and High School. He walked into HS and earned his way onto the Freshman team, eventually earning a Mid-Season promotion to rotate in at the Varsity level. That year, in limited action in 5 games, he managed to rush for 500 yards and 4 TD's on 100 carries. The coaches raved about his work ethic as he saw time on all the special teams units, and had some key Kickoff unit tackles and punt team coverages. He was named the Freshman of the year on the team and set a goal for himself to take the starting job. One long offseason of hard training saw him named as dual starter with the upperclassmen. With split carries the team had moderate success, going 7-3 and sneaking their way into the Ohio School playoffs, where they lost to eventual state champion St. Vincent-Marys 48-28. His sophomore season built upon his last where he continued to build. In splitting carries his sophmore year, he broke over 1000 yards and had 10tds, as the school had a strong O-Line coupled with a great upperclassman RB. His Junior year really tested him, as halfway through the season, he tore his ACL was was out for the year. Disappointing, but still joining and supporting his teammates, he doubled his efforts in season and in the off season, rehabbing and continuing his excellence in the classroom. Similar to last year the team went to the playoffs but made a disappointing first round exit to the Carrollton Warriors. The rehab proved trying and difficult, but the doctors indicated he would be able to play his senior year. Entering the year, he fought his way in 2-a-days to cement himself as the workhorse back in a team that had some great senior talent, especially along the offensive line. Joseph's dedication and hard work showed as he had one of the best years ever for an Ohio RB, finishing the year with 3,128 yards rushing and 32 rushing touchdowns to go along with an undefeated regular season. The team made it to the state semi-finals, where they lost in an epic shootout with Kenston 63-60. With offers pouring in for Joseph he looked at which schools could offer him the best combination of Education and NFL potential, and used his experiences of adversity of HS to prepare him for the task of taking and winning whatever position he could at his college of choice.
  5. Thanks for having me, I'm pretty new to this simulation style system but I am excited to join your community and hopefully become a common contributor!
  6. Welcome to the EFL Kogan63! Let us know if you need any help getting started.



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