Congrats are in order for 2022 LB Carlos Cervantes, who recently committed to playing collegiate football at Presbyterian College.
"The important thing about committing to PC was I wanted to feel at home and I wanted to go somewhere where I am wanted and could play early in my collegiate career," Cervantes told Youth1.com.
"It fit like a perfect fit for me because the coaching staff welcomed me. Also, the size of the classrooms are 12 people to each room. That is something good for me because I like learning in a small environment where I can get help when I need it," he added.
Cervantes is an athlete we've been covering extensively since his youth football days. Even back then, we could tell that Cervantes would be a college athlete with his combination of talent, work-ethic, and pursuit of excellence. He was named to our Freshman450 during his Freshman year in high school.
He took to Twitter to announce his commitment to PC.
— Carlos Cervantes (@CarlosCer35) July 26, 2021
Cervantes will add leadership, competitiveness, and skill to Presbyterian College's program. For him, committing to PC is accomplishing a childhood dream.
"It feels great playing collegiate football because it’s a childhood dream. It also relieves a lot of stress off my shoulders, so I know I have something after high school and all I have to worry about is winning another ring with my brothers," Cervantes said.
"I'm bringing PC a lot of leadership, and they're going to receive a hard worker. I will out work anyone to play on Saturdays," he added.
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