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Rhett Jackson

Rhett Jackson: Height 6’2, Weight 185

High School: St. John Lutheran. Ocala, FL

Class: 2018  GPA 4.0  SAT 1060

Recruiting Intangibles

  1. Extremely intense
  2. Hard worker
  3. High academic standards
  4. High basketball IQ
  5. Dedicated to the sport
  6. Team leader
  7. Coachable
  8. Recruitable
  9. Respected

I am an unselfish player who will do whatever the team needs of me to win.  I can handle and pass the ball well and shoot from anywhere. My first goal is the success of the team.  

I want to play in college because basketball has always been such a big part of my life and I have a great love of the game and I want to continue playing as long as I possibly can.

I am described as a leader and as someone who puts the team first.  They also say that I am always trying to get them involved in the game and keeps the energy up.  

My most memorable game was my junior year in the second round of districts.  It was win or go home and it was tied with 1.7 seconds to go and I hit a fadeaway three at the buzzer to send us to the district final.  My best game however, was my senior year when I had 29 points on 9-13 shooting, 5 assists, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals.

Hunter Towslee

Hunter Towslee:  Height 6’0, Weight 186 lbs

West DePere High School, West DePere, WI.

Class: 2019 GPA: 3.3

Recruiting Intangibles:
1. Coachable
2. He’s a student of the game
3. Loves baseball
4. Has attended many camps and showcases
5. Outstanding student

This young man is a student of the game. He’s constantly studying the game of baseball looking for ways to get better.

His dream has always been to play college baseball at the highest level. We believe he has the talent and the physical athletic ability to compete at the college level.

If this young man was to get into the right baseball program and receive outstanding coaching, we believe his athletic ability would greatly improve. Because of Hunter’s willingness to accept coaching and the work he puts in year round, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman.

He is playing Legion Baseball this summer for DePere Legion Program making varsity team as a 17U. Having the opportunity to meet Hunter, your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man.

Hunter is very goal-oriented and we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at him. Hunter has the skills to change an entire game with his athletic ability, his incredible work ethic, and his passion to succeed.

Final Thoughts:
Hunter loves baseball. He is a student of the game and he has the one thing coaches can’t teach: SPEED! Take a serious look today at Hunter Towslee, he will not let you down.

Makaylah Halstead

Makaylah Halstead

High School: George Bush, Richmond, Texas

Class 2019  GPA 3.8  SAT 1100

Middle Distance Runner

Recruiting Intangibles

  1. Extremely intense
  2. Hard worker
  3. High academic standards
  4. High Track & Field IQ
  5. Extremely dedicated to the sport
  6. Team leader
  7. Coachable
  8. Recruitable
  9. Respected

Personal Records
200m 26.46
400m 57.68
800m 2.17.99

The kind of athlete that I am is a determined and hardworking runner. I put my all into my workouts and races, I am willing to do whatever I can to be successful in track and I’m always thinking of how I can be better. I accept my failures/hardships and use them as motivation.

Track has become a part of my life and I couldn’t imagine not going as far as I possibly can with it. Going to college and no longer being a student-athlete just wouldn’t feel normal. Running is who I am.

My teammates would descride me as a driven and supportive teammate. I am looked at as a leader and a motivator to the girls on my teams. Some of them even come to me for encouragement before or after races.

I plan to major in Kinesiology, I want to become a physical therapist.

My best race was was in April 2018. It was the first time in a while that I had strategically ran the 800 and ended up running my personal record. I met all of my target times and my effort showed in my finishing time. I ended up placing 4th and advancing to the regional track meet.

Texas A&M has been one of my dream schools since I was in about 6th grade. From the first time I visited, I was always able to imagine myself going to school there. The track facilities and school spirit within the campus is amazing.

“Train hard, Race easy.” It is on a shirt I have from Sanya Richards-Ross and it’s literally how track works. Practices are way harder than a meet, so if you always give 100% at practice, race day will feel easy.

Richie Miller

Richie Miller: Height 6’1, Weight 185

High School: Wyandotte, Trenton, Michigan

Class: 2018 GPA 3.75  ACT 27

Position: Quarterback

Recruiting Intangibles

  1. Extremely intense
  2. Hard worker
  3. High academic standards
  4. High football IQ
  5. Dedicated to the sport
  6. Team leader
  7. Coachable
  8. Recruitable
  9. Respected

Richie Miller takes coaching and direction well. He fits well into the role of a leader. Richie can take over and dominate a game when it becomes necessary, but thrives on sharing the load with his other very talented fellow players.

Richie wants to go to a college where he can play the game of football, dominant, and most importantly win! With Richie Miller you can expect a young man who is used to winning and hates to lose. Richie is willing to work hard day in and day out to achieve that goal for his team.

He can throw the ball accurately for 60 yards. He always hits his receivers in stride. His team won its conference with a 9-0 record. (Lost 2nd playoff game by 2 points, missed 2 point conversion). He is a Christian young man who attends a Baptist church with his parents and sings with his mother and brother in church specials. He is 6′ 1″, loves to pass, but when he is forced out of the pocket, he stiff arms bigger linemen and sheds tackles of young strong men. His 185 pound frame has room to grow larger and stronger. His best bench press was 255. His best squat 405. He is unselfish. He works hard every time he is on the field. Richie is a leader.

Christina Walker

Christina Walker: Height 5’7,  Weight 150

High School: The Paideia School  Atlanta, Georgia

Class 2020 GPA 3.97

Position: Point Guard

Recruiting Intangibles

  1. Extremely intense
  2. Hard worker
  3. High academic standards
  4. High basketball IQ
  5. Extremely dedicated to the sport
  6. Team leader
  7. Coachable
  8. Recruitable
  9. Respected

Christina Walker is an outstanding point guard. She has the long-range jump shot. She can hit the three from anywhere on the floor. She’s has outstanding ball-handling skills and is improving in all aspects of her basketball game daily.

She’s a high achiever in the classroom, possessing a near-perfect grade point average. She is looking for a college program that can challenge her academically as well as athletically. She is an outstanding teammate and a leader on the floor and off the floor. She’s looking for a college program at the mid-major high-major level. She’s improving constantly and we think she can attract the attention of many top caliber college programs.

Kennedy Thomas

Kennedy Thomas: Height 5’9,  Weight 145

High School: Elk Grove,  Elk Grove California

Class 2019  GPA 4.0

Position: Catcher, Shortstop

Recruiting Intangibles

  1. Extremely intense
  2. Hard worker
  3. High academic standards
  4. High softball IQ
  5. Extremely dedicated to the sport
  6. Team leader
  7. Coachable
  8. Recruitable
  9. Respected

Kennedy is a very talented softball student-athlete with an incredible upside. She has mastered all aspects of the game of softball. She’s a great slap-hitter. She has power to all fields. Her primary position is catcher. She has a very strong throwing arm and plays the catcher’s position extremely well.

Overall, her talents are exceptional. She is a leader on the field and off the field. She possesses a very strong grade point average. She is looking for a college program that can challenge her academically as well as athletically. We believe she has the talent to compete at the major college level and will be a major asset to any college softball program.

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