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  1. Freshman: Coming into my first high school season, I joined both the football and basketball team at IMG Academy. I was able to start on the basketball team, but my main reason for coming to the school was football. I didn’t play in any games football wise and thought about leaving. By the end of the year I was starting for the scout team. I decided against transferring after a talk with my dad and got ready for next year. Sophomore: This year I came in extremely focused and ready to make some noise. I was able to throw in a couple of the teams blowouts, totaling to 524 yards, 8 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions. At this time I was starting to get some interest from college teams and people were seeing some of my potential. The qb was leaving for college the year after so I knew that I would have an opportunity to fight for the starting position. Junior: Sources all around the country were expecting our team to end the season ranked first in the country and I was locked in a qb battle with a senior. It was a hard battle, but in the end I ended up winning and led to a 13-0 start. We had to win one last game to end the season as mythical national champions, but I threw an interception in the last minute of the 4th quarter to lose it for my team. Personally I had a great season, throwing for 4,304 yards, 35 touchdowns, and only 5 interceptions and I became a 5 star. Going into my senior year I knew I had one more chance to prove myself on the high school level and started to train with former EFL quarterbacks as well as qb coaches. Senior: I kept my starting position easily and once again the team was expecting to finish ranked number one. I stopped playing basketball after my junior year to fully focus on football and I had the perfect end to my career. I threw for a team record 5,105 yards, 55 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions. This year we went 14-0, ending the season ranked #1, and instead of going to college I went to the ECFA to give myself the best chance at the EFL. And I’m playing for the Wraiths ready to make my mark.
  2. Growing up the son of a SBA player isn’t easy. Growing up, everyone was expecting me to become the next Kings in the league and be even better than my father was. I saw my older brother fail to make the SBA, and since I decided to play football instead of basketball, everyone ignores me and talks about my younger brother who’s looking like a prodigy. I was always taller than my peers, but once I started throwing a football more and more and I gravitated towards the game. My height combined with my arm led to me becoming a quarterback. And now I’m here, playing for the Wraiths ready to make a name for myself. Growing up in the sport everyone told me I wouldn’t be a success and I should stick to basketball, and now I’m on my way to the EFL. My debut is coming up soon, and I promise to make the most of it. In my time here I plan on becoming a top ECFA quarterback and lead this team to playoff glory. I’m not sure how long I’ll be here, but I’ll probably be here long enough to grow with my teammates and see us become a top contender.
  3. I would go with a quarterback, wide receiver, and cornerback. I would like to have a great passing attack with a top notch qb-wr combination then a lockdown corner kn the other side of the ball making life hard for opposing quarterbacks.
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