|Club||Ric Carson||Omaha Sports Academy||Omaha||NE|
|High School||Dan Moore|
|Primary Position||Power Forward|
|Hand||Vertical jump||Wingspan||Bench Press (max)|
Varsity & Club Basketball
2020 OSA Addidas Gauntlet U16 Team
2019 OSA Addidas Gauntlet U15 Team
2018 Papillion La Vista (Class A) Varsity Basketball Starter
2018 Summer--Omaha Sports Academy National--Carson (14U)
2017-18 La Vista Middle School Gold (8th grade) team, Omaha Sports Academy Platinum I (8th grad team).
2016-17: La Vista Middle School Gold (8th grade) team, Jr. Monarch 7th grade, Express United Select 7th grade basketball teams, Summer Hoffman Hoops Academy
2015-16: Jr. Monarch 6th grade basketball team
2014-15: Jr. Monarch 5th grade Basketball team
2013-14: Jr. Monarch 4th grade Basketball team
2012-13: Ralston Score Select 3rd grade basketball team
2020: Papillion La Vista HS (Monarchs) Varsity Starter (TE)
2019: Papillion La Vista HS (Monarchs) Varsity Starter (TE)
2018: Papillion La Vista HS (Monarchs) Freshman A Team (Defensive Tackle)
2017: La Vista Middle School 8th grade A team (Tight End)
2016: La Vista Middle School 7th grade A team (Tight End)
2015: Select KWAA Dolphins Defensive Tackle
Select Club Baseball Team:
2016: Papillion Stormchasers
2015: Papillion Stormchasers
2014: La Vista Panthers:
2013: La Vista Panthers: Starting Pitcher, 1st Base and Outfield
- Football Offense (Tight End/WR/H-back)
- Football Defense (DE, LB)
My parents served in the military. As an "Army brat," they say I served by being flexible with all of the moves. My Dad is retired and we are remaining in Omaha, Nebraska until I graduate.
My older sister was a volleyball player and I have learned to "eat right" and take care of myself. When I have been injured, I have learned to stretch and work on my flexiblity all of the time. As a student, I find academics enjoyable and participate in the high aptitude learner program. Next year for 9th grade, I will begin a 4-year STEM academy in high school. I am in all Honors/AP courses.
Methodist Youth Fellowship, service projects with Lakota Sioux Native Americans and Crop Walk for Hunger.