[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]What was your best memory at California PA on and off the field?
My best memory that I would have to say would be when we played IUP and I caught the tying Touchdown catch and gave my team a chance to win the game with only 50 seconds left on the clock. Off the field I would have to say just being around a group of players that was like brother to me.
What is your biggest challenge, on or off the field, and what do you do to manage this challenge?
To answer that question I would have to say that I really do not have any challenge on and off the field.
What one or two things do you currently do in your training that are keys to your success?
I do a lot of route running and speed work because I always wanted to be fast for my size.
Why did you choose to play football at California PA? What was your recruiting process like?
The reason that I choose to go to California of PA is because the way the coaches treated me when I came on my visits. They made me feel like I was one of their players already. My recruiting process was not that big and hard because I came from a junior college and the reason I say that is because it was to things that I could have done and the first one was to stay another year and go back to Division one football or I could just go D2 after a year.
What was your major in college? Do you have a dream job in mind if football didn’t pan out?
My major in college was liberal arts. My dream job if football does not work out would be to become a police officer or a state trooper.
What would you consider to be the most important thing you learned from the coaching staff?
The most important thing that I learned from my coaching staff was to stay in shape and always know what the next position has and how to be a man on and off the field.
If you could compete against anyone on the field, who would that be? Why?
I would have to say that it would have to be the best defensive back that they have on their team. The reason I say this because I feel like I can compete with the best and show them that they are not just only best on the field and because I like a competition.
If football doesn’t pan out, what are your plans for a post career?
If football does not work out my plans would to be a police officer or a state trooper.
Who has been the most influential person in your life?
The most influential person in my life I would have to say my mother because she was the one that put me into football and was always there at every game I played.
What would be your ultimate achievement?
My ultimate achievement would to be able to makes a NFL roster and win a Super Bowl.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]