#Jersey Number – (YEAR) – Position
Height / Weight / Speed
High School (City, ST)
Phone # / Email Address
HOME ADDRESS: Home Mailing Address, City, St, Zip

ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS: (All-State, All-Conference, Team MVP, School Record, Stat Leader)
ATHLETIC STATS: (Top 4-5 Sport-Specific Stats)
ACADEMIC INFO: GPA / ACT Test Score / SAT Test Score / PSAT Test Score

HS Coach Name (HS Coach Cell #/HS Coach Email)
High School Name – High School Address, St, Zip

AAU Team Name
AAU Coach Name (AAU Coach Cell #/AAU Coach Email)


#98- (2014) – Defensive End
6’4 / 240 / 4.85
Thomas Jefferson HS (Honolulu, HI)
222-555-5555 / MichaelSmith98@gmail.com
HOME ADDRESS: 105 Main Street, Honolulu, HI 55225

Named 1st Team All-County by Hawaii Times
Team Defensive MVP
Lead the conference in sacks (15) and PBU (9)

Junior Season: 15 sacks, 9 PBU, 4 TFL, 2 INT
Sophomore Season: 9 sacks, 2 PBU, 7 TFL, 1 INT

ACADEMIC INFO: 3.5 GPA / 68 ACT score / 1120 SAT Score

HS Coach: Coach Kevin Johnson – 222-555-7777 / CoachKJohnson@yahoo.com
Thomas Jefferson High School – 1500 South Street, Honolulu, HI 55225

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