2025’s Rameir Hardy is a superb leader on and off the gridiron | Youth1

2025’s Rameir Hardy is a superb leader on and off the gridiron

Rameir Hardy is one of the best players from the Philadelphia, PA area in the Class of 2025.  


The 5-foot-6, 112-pound Hardy, who attends Mastery Charter Lenfest, is a dynamic player that works as a quarterback. 



Hardy has earned plenty of recognition during his career, such as annually capturing MVP awards. Hardy has also competed in the YEA Sports combine, Maryland Heat combine, and will attend a NextGen regional showcase. 


Hardy is humbled to compete against the best of the best.  


“The combines mean a lot to me because it puts me up against the best of the best,” Hardy said. “It was a great experience because I was taken out of my comfort zone.”


No matter the opponent, every game Hardy is determined to give it his all. 


Hardy is going all out. 


The motor is always at full throttle whenever Hardy steps between the lines.


“At my position I have the best mindset I can have every day in and day out because I’m the leader on the field,” Hardy said.


Hardy has great passion and energy whenever he’s on the field. Hardy tells why he enjoys the game of football so much. 


“I love that when playing the game of football I can just take my anger and aggression out on my opponents,” Hardy said.


Hardy has learned many valuable lessons from playing football that he applies to his everyday life. 


“Playing has taught me that you have to be dedicated to whatever you put your mind to,” Hardy said.


Hardy shares his favorite memory of playing football.


“My favorite memory of playing football was when all my family was at the game cheering me on and my grandma said: 'That’s my grandson y’all!'" Hardy said. "This is my favorite memory because family is everything to me."

Hardy takes his role as one of the leaders on the team very seriously. Hardy makes sure he’s a daily positive influence on his peers.


“I’m a good teammate by showing tough love to my teammates because at the end of the day football is just a tool for us to learn about the real world,” Hardy said.


Hardy is appreciative of having amazing male role models that are supportive.


“I have learned a lot from my coaches but the one thing that stands out is that I have to stay composed on the field. The way they teach me to become a better person is by telling me to take care of my priorities,” Hardy said. “The best advice my coaches have given me was: ‘Want for your brother what you want for yourself.’”


Hardy lists history as his favorite subject in school. 


“I get to learn about all different kinds of backgrounds and past,” Hardy said.


Hardy explains his collegiate aspirations. 


“My top college choices are Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama, Penn State, and Georgia,” Hardy said.

Hardy maintains a rigorous schedule to stay sharp.

“To improve my game, my usual workout is throwing the ball in the trash can and doing footwork drills on the ladder,” Hardy said.


Hardy describes what he believes separates himself from the pack. 


“I think what sets me apart from other players is my skill and character,” Hardy said.


Hardy is striving for greatness in all that he does. 


“My goal for high school is to maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher because grades are the key to success,” Hardy said.


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