Carson Green from SAN ANTONIO TX | Youth1

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Carson Green

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Scouting Report

Give Green the ball and watch him make plays. He hits the hole like he was shot out of a cannon. Once he gets in the open field, Green uses his superb speed to get to the endzone. Green has great speed, instincts as a runner, and can make defenders miss in the open field.

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Achievements

  • Year
    Honor/award
  • 2016
    FBU Top Gun Invite
  • 2017
    Selected U.S. National Team Development Games
  • 2017
    E.P.S. All American Offensive MVP
  • 2017
    USA Football Top Performer
  • 2017
    Team San Antonio All Stars Captian
  • 2017
    Diamond All American Invite
  • 2017
    PYSKull Extra Effort Award
  • 2017
    NEXTGen Rising Stars 100 - THE SHOW in THE STAR invite
  • 2016
    Diamon All American Bowl
  • 2016
    Jr. Baron Junior Level MVP/Captain
  • 2016
    Panther Pride Award
  • 2016
    Student of the Week
  • 2016
    Region Orchestra 4th Chair
  • 2016
    Certificate of Achievement for A Honor Roll
  • 2015
    Certificate of Achievement for A Honor Roll
  • 2016
    Presidents Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence
  • 2017
    Top Gun 2023/2024 All American Top Gun Team
  • 2014
    TYFA MVP
  • 2017
    UTSA football camp Fastest Athlete Award

Badges of accomplishment

Schools

School Name HS Graduation GPA
Lopez Middle School 2023 4.0

College of Interest

Goals and about me

My Dream Goal
In 3-6 years I want to be the first freshman RB in the San Antonio NEISD to start as a Freshman. I would also like to be a mentor to junior athletes and help coach youth football players and assist with their personal training. My goal is to work hard be the best RB so that I can stand out and get Nationally ranked for my age, grade, and area.
My Individual Season Goal
I want to be the best I can be on offense and defense to help my team be the best they can be on and off the field. I will lead my teams as the team captain and lead by example both athletically and academically. I would like to receive overall MVP by giving 110% to my team in everything I do. I would like to get my 40 time down from 5:33 to 4:90.
About me
I have been playing football since I was four years old.  Since I first stepped on the filed, I have aspired to play at the collegiate level.  I know playing in college is a once in a lifetime opportunity that could change my whole life.     I am always working to improve my skills as well as training to get bigger, faster and stronger.  I am a team player and try to lead by example while also encouraging my teammates.   I am very coachable and strive to be one of the hardest working players and one of the hardest working recruits you'll find.     In the classroom, I am respectful to my teachers; I study hard and maintain a high GPA.  I am currently a member of the Gifted and Talented (GT) program at my school which requires a high aptitude for academic excellence.  I am involved in my school; I also try to take part in helping and participating in local youth camps.     I want to attend a college where I can push myself in the classroom and on the football field.  I am open to all options and want to ultimately find the right college match at the highest level of competition possible.  I hope to become a great role model to all my peers and make my parents and coaches proud.  A lot of people say it's not about how you start it's about how you finish.  I have always questioned that statement.     Coming from a small military base in Arizona I was not in the best school system and the curriculum was not as hard as Texas.  When I moved to Texas I was totally lost but I persevered and it had felt like words were flying off the page and numbers didn't fit exactly how they were supposed to. When I played football I felt as though it was kind of an outlet not just to hit somebody but to learn and think about what do and how to do it.  Before long, numbers started matching cause of all the plays and letters just started  fitting like never before.  Since then I've thought of school as football and football as school and I became one of the top students of my class.  So no, I don't believe it's about how you start, it's about how you finish! I believe if you start strong and finish at the best of your abilities you can do anything
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