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2020State CollegeDE

I went from being a third-string 185 lbs. quarterback to a starting 227 lbs. defensive end in a little under a year. I am the oldest of three, Kyle being the middle child (15 years old), and Kenzie being the third child (10 years old). Both my parents are health and physical education teachers at State College area High school, so I live a pretty healthy and active lifestyle. I also play baseball for State College Area High School.

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I keep myself busy with lifting and training in the winter and then move right into baseball for the spring and summer.

Throughout my junior season, I racked up 46 total tackles (24 being solo and 22 being assisted). I then added to this with one pick-six for a total of 49 yards. In my senior season, I ended with 90.5 total tackles (53 being solo and 37.5 being assisted), also adding 10 sacks. As of the end of the season I lead the Mid-Penn in total sacks.

State College Defensive player of the game against Mifflin County High School junior year. As a senior, I was named a captain of the State College Little Lions, also named first-team all Mid-Penn defensive end. Concluding the season I won the Dick Morgan Memorial Award for sportsmanship and the Steven J. Suhey Memorial award.

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