What it's like to be an All-America
One dream down, one to achieve. Lombardi, here I come.
This week was pretty big for me as I was officially named a U.S. Army All-American, and will be heading to San Antonio in January to play in the game. It is a real honor to be selected to a game that people know and recognize since it has produced so many college and NFL players. It is a feeling you get only once, and I am savoring it.
The game's staff rolled out a pretty nice event for me at school. There were lots of people from the Army there and I received my game jersey from Staff Sergeant
Now, I want to win the
I also have some recruiting news. I was going to hit South Carolina next weekend for an official visit but there was a scheduling snag and I will be going there later in the year. Instead, I will visit Ohio State.
In the summer, I wasn't sure I had an offer from the Buckeyes -- everyone kept telling me I did but I never got one. So I called Ohio State assistant coach
I'm looking forward to checking it out and seeing the campus. I'm curious how I'd fit in, and I am eager to see what their family atmosphere is like. My visits to Florida and USC have been great, and I expect Ohio State to be no different.
Right now, George Washington is rolling at 4-2 as we gear up for the playoffs. We're coming off a 36-0 win last weekend.
Oh, and if you're wondering, tonight I am going to celebrate being named an All-American be grabbing dinner with my guidance counselor and my grandma. In true Philly fashion, we're having chicken cheese steaks.