Sports have always been a huge part of my life. As a small child I was unconsciously captivated by the gridiron, spending my weekends watching the 49ers and Wolverines struggle through season after season of disappointment. I was too young to understand what was happening on the field, but I was able to tell that the game was something I needed to be a part of. When I got to elementary school me and my friends would play in whatever pickup games we could find (the lunchtime crowd was our primetime spot). I was not allowed to play on a team before high school so I filledmy time with whatever other sports I could find. I cycled through soccer, baseball, lacrosse, and many others but nothing was able to quench the thirst for competitive football that had been brewing inside me for years. Meanwhile, my passionate fanhood for the sport was becoming something of a family legend. When watching games I would be able to call out entire depth charts and recall stats so obscure that no one outside a team official had any business knowing them. When I finally got to high school and was able to strap up for real, my dreams instantly turned to wearing the maize and blue at the next level. However after my sophomore year I was taught an unfortunate lesson in genetics as my already skinny 6'1 frame seemed to grow taller without adding any weight. This could not dissuade my passion for the game. I knew that I had to make up for the my physical shortcomings by playing smart, so I attached myself to coaches during install periods and spent extra hours watching film to know the opponents game like it was my own. My work paid off, and I was able to carve myself a role on the varsity defense as a Junior and started 4 games at CB. My senior year I carried the same energy and was able to make myself a swiss army knife in the defensive backfield (starting every game at either CB, SS, or FS) while being a contributor on offense and special teams. After my time playing in high school was over, I began looking for a way to stay involved in the sport. My only chances to play came from junior colleges so I felt it would be best to go to a place with a big program and a strong culture and try to network myself into a media role. The pandemic obviously made that difficult during my first semester at Ole Miss but still I reached out to coaches on social media, trying to find an "in". While nothing came to fruition from my coaching staff DM raid, I was extremely grateful to find this opportunity working with my favorite team as I have been watching Michigan games my entire life. I was captured by the big play potential of Denard "Shoelace" Robinson, the energy of Devin Bush, and the versatility of Jabrill Peppers. Players like those have only fueled my love for the program, and despite hailing from California my strong family ties to the school have given me a fiery passion for the winged helmet that can only be rivaled by my vicious hatred for a particular school in Ohio.
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