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  1. Kasey Tamm - CB After an incredible high school career, Kasey Tamm committed to the Biscayne Bay Pirates. The team is built on a foundation of defense, and KT24 plans to be a huge factor for his team. He is very gracious to receive the opportunity and offer from coach @StackTheRacks12. Tamm did receive some other offers, but Biscayne Bay just felt like home. KT looks forward to his freshman season, and knows with enough work, he will make an instant impact throughout the ECFA. Daniel Johannessen - WR Johannessen was a shocking and intriguing prospect. Seemingly coming out of nowhere, the Biscayne Bay Pirates were quick to scoop him up to add to their Wide Receiver core. They feel they have found a hidden gem that many college scouts overlooked. Daniel is very grateful to him new coach @StackTheRacks12, and looks forward to show off what he can do. Due to his speed across multiple sports throughout his life, he has earned the nickname "DJ Flash." All eyes will be on DJ to see what talent he can bring to the ECFA.
  2. Congratulations to those inducted! Lots of hard work to get there.
  3. Daniel Johannessen grew up in a hockey family in Fargo. His uncle was even inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame. His brothers players hockey. His father players hockey. All his cousins, male amd female, played hockey. It was in his blood. But Daniel never loved the game. The one thing he did love in hockey was breakaways. Johannessen was always known for his speed on the ice, even called "Joh-flash-essen," which he hated greatly. It was not until his sophomore year of high school he finally decided that he had enough of hockey. He told the coach his decision to quit and left the rink. As he was walking back to the parking lot, he heard someone shout, "HEADS UP!" Daniel quickly turned, and with no time to spare, rose one hand and caught a football that had sailed over the fence. Johannessen loved to compete, and knew he had speed on the ice. He had the hand eye cordination from his hockey days. So he tossed the ball back snd started walking over to the coach to talk about joining the team. Luckily for Daniel, the team needed a specialist to take punt and kick returns. After weeks and weeks of practice, the preseason was upon the Fargo football squad. On the first kick of the game "Joh-flash-essen" returned the kickoff for an 87 yard touchdown. To say eyes were opened would be an understatement. Over the next three seasons, Daniel put up school record numbers in less time than any player before him. 4527 receiving yards, 377 catches, 41 receiving TDs, 1 Punt Return TD, 2 Kick Return TDs He also shed his terrible hockey nickname for a new one - DJ Flash. Daniel Johannessen grew up in a hockey town in a hockey family in Fargo. His uncle was even inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame. His brothers players hockey. His father played hockey. All his cousins, male and female, played hockey. Hockey was in his blood. But Daniel Johannessen never loved the game. The one thing he did love in hockey was breakaways. He had the ability to beat any man with quick moves, as well as his ridiculous god-given speed. Johannessen was always known for his speed on the ice, even called "Joh-flash-essen," which he found to be a terrible nickname that summed up his entire experience playing the sport he did not love. It was not until his sophomore year of high school that he finally decided he had enough of hockey. Johannessen told the coach his decision to quit the team, and left the rink. As he was walking back to the parking lot, he heard someone shout, "HEADS UP!" Daniel quickly turned, and with no time to spare, rose one hand and caught a football that had sailed over the fence and almost over his head. Johannessen knew football, he did loved to compete, and knew he had speed on the ice. He also figured he had the hand eye cordination from his hockey days to be able to catch something much bigger than a puck. So he tossed the ball back and started walking over to the coach to talk about joining the team. Luckily for Daniel, the team needed a specialist to take punt and kick returns. After weeks and weeks of practice, the preseason was upon the Fargo football squad. On the first kick of the game "Joh-flash-essen" returned the kickoff for an 87 yard touchdown. To say eyes were opened and jawe were dropped would be an understatement. Over the next three seasons, Daniel put up school record numbers in less time than any player before him. 4127 receiving yards, 327 catches, 37 receiving TDs, 2 Punt Return TD, and 4 Kick Return TDs. While Fargo was never known for its football, Johannessen was good enough to draw scouts from across the country. According to him, though, his proudest accomplishment was shedding his terrible hockey nickname for a new one - DJ Flash. Johannessen will certainly be an interesting receiver to keep an eye on in an already very talented freshman class.
  4. Kasey Tamm, the 5'11 CB out of Granbury High, was an extremely dominant player throughout his entire high school experience. Due to his small size as a freshman, it took some proving from Tamm to show his natural talent for the game. As a junior high athlete, he approached the high school coach and asked if he could practice with the high school squad. The coach laughed, but realized the small, but muscular kid was not joking. The coach asked his parents for their approval, and with their consent worked him just like any other high schooler. As he aged and grew, "KT" quickly became one of the best players on the already great Granbury High Pirates. His sophomore year, he was quickly approaching if not surpassing the best senior cornerback on the team. It was clear there would be tension, but Tamm wanted to avoid this altogether. Kasey told the coach to let his senior continue to start over him, as he knew he had worked hard for years to hold that spot. Tamm was a smart enough leader to understand not only the game and what happens between the lines, but also off the field and how important that can be. The following two seasons, the Pirates were carried to multiple championships by KT due to his lockdown defense. He is excellent at using his strong base to quickly change directions and stay with receivers, as well as hit hard despite his height. His speed is also surprising fkr his weight, leading opposing receivers to be lulled into a false sense of confidence. Tamm is excellent at reading the offense and blowing up plays as well, and it shows with his totals of 139 tackles, 7 tackles for a loss, and 2 sacks. He even was able to force 3 fumbles, recovering one of his own. When it comes to locking down receivers, Tamm was one of the best in the entire country. By the end of his high school tenure, Tamm totaled 37 pass deflections, 18 INTs, and 2 Pick Sixes. Tamm is not only a natural football player, he is also a natural leader. He was the defensive captain as both a junior and senior in high school, and was known by his entire team that he would sacrifice anything for the good of the team. These were the biggest factors that led to his many invitations to the Elite Collegiate Football Association. Many eagerly await to see what kind of impact the young player can make.
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  6. Thank you! Champ Bailey is one of my favorite players. I want to be the best CB in this league one day. I'll be able to shut down anyone you throw at me. Happy to be here!
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