All Play Book Athlete

  • 2018 Dalton Hustad

    I am a 6’3″ 215 lb. DE/OLB hybrid at William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.  I am as comfortable playing with my hand in the dirt as I am in space.  I have been playing tackle football since 5 1/2 yrs old and have played on numerous Read more [...]

  • 2021 Braeden Simms

    WHY I GRIND Knowing what’s required to compete on the next level, 2021 Braeden Sims is putting in the work his freshman season. Continue to follow this playmaker for Mesa, Arizona on the Play Book Map. LATEST TWEETS: Tweets by MVTDT16

  • 2020 Roman Purcell

    WHY I GRIND I grind because people doubted me. I grind because my team needs me to be my best. I grind because I haven’t reached my goals. I grind because I’m never satisfied. I grind because I can always get better. I grind because I love to compete. I Read more [...]

  • 2021 Aidan Coulson

    WHY I GRIND I love and have a passion for football and have been playing since third grade. Last summer I moved from Seattle, Washington to Orange County, California.  I played for the Oceanside Warriors 14U team this past fall and was the starting offensive and defensive tackle.  After the season I was invited to Read more [...]

  • 2019 Trevor Radford

    WHY I GRIND I grind to improve my craft as a Offensive Lineman. Even at the high school level, it demands a great deal of skill for today’s lineman. I’m dedicated with everything that do academically and on the field. I do it in honor of my family, my team, Read more [...]

  • 2021 Kenneth McShan

    WHY I GRIND My collegiate goals are to find a school where I’m a perfect fit and I can work hard to be a good athlete and reach my goal as a engineer. What makes me a good candidate is the fact that I’m hardworking, dependable and last but not Read more [...]

  • 2020 Matthew B. Holley

    My collegiate goals are to find a school where I’ll be a perfect fit and I can work hard to be a good athlete and reach my academic goal in technical design/gaming. I am a good candidate because I am hardworking, dependable, coachable and a team player.

  • 2021 Garrett P. Hogan

    WHY I GRIND I have been playing sports since I was 6 years old. Football is by far my favorite sport because of the bonds we develop as teammates both on and off of the field. Playing a variety of sports has taught me humility, increased my confidence and has Read more [...]

  • 2019 Matthew Neff

    WHY I GRIND First and foremost, I want to be the best version of myself in order to glorify God on and off the field. Secondly, I work to make my team better. The better I am, the better my team can be. Tweets by matthewneff12

  • 2024 Kamari McClellan

    WHY I GRIND I grind to become a better QB, leader and son. I know if I keep grinding hard it will show in the end. Then not only will I be able to help my family but others too. My dad tells me everyday, you won’t shine, if you Read more [...]

  • 2019 Jonah Brewster

    WHY I GRIND I GRIND to answer my Calling…. Called to stay disciplined.. Called to refine God-given skills and talents.. Called to move beyond anything average.. I chose not to settle for less. “I can do all things ( which He has called me to do) through Him who strengthens Read more [...]

  • 2020 Joe Perkins

    WHY I GRIND I grind because God has blessed me with gifts. I grind because I believe success is in my future. My faith and family are my support and I grind because I believe greatness is in me. I grind not to prove the doubters wrong but to show Read more [...]

  • 2021 J. J. McCarthy

    WHY I GRIND I grind because I want to be something special in the future, with my high school team and when I reach the next level (college football). I would give a brief explanation, but I really can’t. The grind isn’t brief, I do it because I want to Read more [...]

  • 2022 Chandler Rivers

    WHY I GRIND I grind because I love football. I want to make my parents proud, and I want to go pro and compete at a higher level. I also like to have good grades in the classroom. Because I know if I don’t have good grades I can’t play. Tweets Read more [...]

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