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2017 Corrigan/Faircloth Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholarship Recipients

Micah Gafford
Page High School

The son of Thomas Gafford and Michele Harris, Micah was a Team Captain, Metro 4A All-Conference and played on teams that reached the State 4AA Championship in both 2015 & 2016. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar with Honors, Micah was a member of the International Club and Playmakers Club. He volunteered at his church cleaning the surrounding neighborhood and as a church youth teacher. He was coached by Kevin Gillespie.

Micah Gafford
Page High School

The son of Thomas Gafford and Michele Harris, Micah was a Team Captain, Metro 4A All-Conference and played on teams that reached the State 4AA Championship in both 2015 & 2016. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar with Honors, Micah was a member of the International Club and Playmakers Club. He volunteered at his church cleaning the surrounding neighborhood and as a church youth teacher. He was coached by Kevin Gillespie.

Michael Wells
Southern Alamance High School

The son of Jimmy and Ann Wells, Michael was a Team Captain, Metro 4A Academic All-Conference and received the Tony Perrou Memorial Patriot Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Southern Alamance A-B Honor Roll, Dream Team and receiving academic scholarships to NC Wesleyan and Hampden-Sydney, Michael volunteered his time with the backpack program at his school and tutored children also. He was coached by Andrew Carrouth.

Michael Wells
Southern Alamance High School

The son of Jimmy and Ann Wells, Michael was a Team Captain, Metro 4A Academic All-Conference and received the Tony Perrou Memorial Patriot Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Southern Alamance A-B Honor Roll, Dream Team and receiving academic scholarships to NC Wesleyan and Hampden-Sydney, Michael volunteered his time with the backpack program at his school and tutored children also. He was coached by Andrew Carrouth.

Spencer West
R.J. Reynolds High School

The son of Anthony and Lee Ann West, Spencer was a Team Captain and three-year starter. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Crosby Scholars, Outdoor Club and Latin Club, Spencer volunteered with the YMCA, Young Life and The Salvation Army. He was coached by Pat Crowley. 

Spencer West
R.J. Reynolds High School

The son of Anthony and Lee Ann West, Spencer was a Team Captain and three-year starter. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Crosby Scholars, Outdoor Club and Latin Club, Spencer volunteered with the YMCA, Young Life and The Salvation Army. He was coached by Pat Crowley. 

Mitchell Berry
West Forsyth High School

The son of David and Nicole Berry, Mitchell was a Team Captain, making the All-Conference and All-County team as West Forsyth advanced to the third round of the State Playoffs. Along with making the Honor Roll all 4 years of his high school career and playing baseball for West Forsyth, Mitchell helped train youngsters for athletic participation and cleaned up a youth football field. He was coached by Adrian Snow.

Mitchell Berry
West Forsyth High School

The son of David and Nicole Berry, Mitchell was a Team Captain, making the All-Conference and All-County team as West Forsyth advanced to the third round of the State Playoffs. Along with making the Honor Roll all 4 years of his high school career and playing baseball for West Forsyth, Mitchell helped train youngsters for athletic participation and cleaned up a youth football field. He was coached by Adrian Snow.

Q’Uran Blount
Dudley High School

The son of Monica Stimpson, Q’Uran made All-Conference his junior and senior year, had an honorable mention all-area senior year and was a member of the 2016 State Championship 4A squad. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, Q’Uran participated in the Earth and Environmental Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He was coached by Steven Davis.

Q’Uran Blount
Dudley High School

The son of Monica Stimpson, Q’Uran made All-Conference his junior and senior year, had an honorable mention all-area senior year and was a member of the 2016 State Championship 4A squad. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, Q’Uran participated in the Earth and Environmental Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He was coached by Steven Davis.

Zion “Torey” Cash
Cummings High School

The son of Mike and Millicent Cash, Torey was a Team Captain, two-time All-Conference, two-time Second Team All-Region and Defensive MVP. Along with being a representative in the Student Government, a member of the Dream Team and playing baseball for Cummings, Torey volunteered for Ebenezer UCC in the Usher Ministry and in feeding the needy. He was coached by Juron Holleman.

Zion “Torey” Cash
Cummings High School

The son of Mike and Millicent Cash, Torey was a Team Captain, two-time All-Conference, two-time Second Team All-Region and Defensive MVP. Along with being a representative in the Student Government, a member of the Dream Team and playing baseball for Cummings, Torey volunteered for Ebenezer UCC in the Usher Ministry and in feeding the needy. He was coached by Juron Holleman.

Samuel “Sirod” Cook
East Forsyth High School

The son of Betty and Samuel M. Cook III, Sirod was a Team Captain, MVP, All-Northwest Region and Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Crosby Scholar and playing basketball for two years at East Forsyth, Sirod volunteered in feeding the homeless on holidays, helped pass out food boxes to the needy and worked a football camp for youth to improve their skills. He was coached by Todd Willert.

Samuel “Sirod” Cook
East Forsyth High School

The son of Betty and Samuel M. Cook III, Sirod was a Team Captain, MVP, All-Northwest Region and Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Crosby Scholar and playing basketball for two years at East Forsyth, Sirod volunteered in feeding the homeless on holidays, helped pass out food boxes to the needy and worked a football camp for youth to improve their skills. He was coached by Todd Willert.

Amari Crowell
Carver High School

The son of Micah Miller and Paris Crowell, Amari was a Team Captain, making All-Conference First Team and All-County Honorable Mention. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, a Junior Marshal, Homecoming King and four-year honor student, Amari served as Vice President for the Student Government Association. Along with football, Amari played basketball and was a member of the track & field team for Carver. He volunteered at Habitat for Humanity and was a teacher’s assistant at a local school. He was coached by Germane Crowell.

Amari Crowell
Carver High School

The son of Micah Miller and Paris Crowell, Amari was a Team Captain, making All-Conference First Team and All-County Honorable Mention. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, a Junior Marshal, Homecoming King and four-year honor student, Amari served as Vice President for the Student Government Association. Along with football, Amari played basketball and was a member of the track & field team for Carver. He volunteered at Habitat for Humanity and was a teacher’s assistant at a local school. He was coached by Germane Crowell.

Joshua Currie
Graham High School

The son of Antonio and Kimberly Currie, Josh was All-Conference for the Graham team. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Josh assisted in mentoring elementary aged students and volunteered in a local food bank. He was coached by Kerry Taylor.

Joshua Currie
Graham High School

The son of Antonio and Kimberly Currie, Josh was All-Conference for the Graham team. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Josh assisted in mentoring elementary aged students and volunteered in a local food bank. He was coached by Kerry Taylor.

Alexander “Alex” Dioli
Bishop McGuinness High School

The son of Roger and Karen Dioli, Alex was a Team Captain and All-Conference. Along with being a member of the Teens Supporting Our Troops, secretary of the Model UN and the founder of the Young Republicans Club, Alex volunteered his time helping senior citizens with yard work. He was coached by Charlie Jones.

Alexander “Alex” Dioli
Bishop McGuinness High School

The son of Roger and Karen Dioli, Alex was a Team Captain and All-Conference. Along with being a member of the Teens Supporting Our Troops, secretary of the Model UN and the founder of the Young Republicans Club, Alex volunteered his time helping senior citizens with yard work. He was coached by Charlie Jones.

Jean “Pierre” Dominique
Glen High School

The son of Karen and Jean Robert Dominique, Pierre was All-Conference. Along with serving as a Patrol Leader in Boy Scouts and being a member of Crosby Scholars and Black Achievers, Pierre volunteered at his church’s day care and the church’s “dreamcenter” where he helped the homeless. He was coached by Antwon Stevenson.

Jean “Pierre” Dominique
Glen High School

The son of Karen and Jean Robert Dominique, Pierre was All-Conference. Along with serving as a Patrol Leader in Boy Scouts and being a member of Crosby Scholars and Black Achievers, Pierre volunteered at his church’s day care and the church’s “dreamcenter” where he helped the homeless. He was coached by Antwon Stevenson.

Tyrell Dumpson
Ben L. Smith High School

The son of Edward Dumpson and Donna Johnson, Tyrell was a Team Captain, making All-Conference and All-Area Honorable Mention. Along with football, Tyrell ran track at Ben L. Smith earning All-Conference honors in the 4 X 100 relay. Tyrell volunteered his time at the Shalom Community Church summer camp. He was coached by Brandon Wiggins.

Tyrell Dumpson
Ben L. Smith High School

The son of Edward Dumpson and Donna Johnson, Tyrell was a Team Captain, making All-Conference and All-Area Honorable Mention. Along with football, Tyrell ran track at Ben L. Smith earning All-Conference honors in the 4 X 100 relay. Tyrell volunteered his time at the Shalom Community Church summer camp. He was coached by Brandon Wiggins.

Canyon Duncan
Grimsley High School

The son of Suzanne Fray, Canyon was a Team Captain and three-year starter making the Metro 4-A All-Conference Team. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, being Grimsley’s nominee for NC State University Parks Scholarship and winning the Excellence in Math Award, Canyon served as President for Athletes in Action and was a Student Ambassador. Canyon volunteered in the community by helping coordinate the food pantry at Grimsley, mentoring 5th graders at Hunter Elementary and raising awareness about poverty in the area. He was coached by Darryl Brown.

Canyon Duncan
Grimsley High School

The son of Suzanne Fray, Canyon was a Team Captain and three-year starter making the Metro 4-A All-Conference Team. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, being Grimsley’s nominee for NC State University Parks Scholarship and winning the Excellence in Math Award, Canyon served as President for Athletes in Action and was a Student Ambassador. Canyon volunteered in the community by helping coordinate the food pantry at Grimsley, mentoring 5th graders at Hunter Elementary and raising awareness about poverty in the area. He was coached by Darryl Brown.

Garner Fleming
Eastern Alamance High School

The son of George and Misty Fleming, Garner is a 2-year starter in football as well as Team Captain for wrestling and a member of the track & field team at Eastern Alamance. Along with being Class Valedictorian, he served as President of the National Science Honor Society, was a member of the National Honor Society, National Math Honor Society and was a Junior Marshal. Garner is a member of the Dream Team, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and earned 1st place in the Alamance-Burlington School System’s Science Fair. He volunteers his time as a Sunday school teacher and is a mission trip leader. He was coached by John Kirby.

Garner Fleming
Eastern Alamance High School

The son of George and Misty Fleming, Garner is a 2-year starter in football as well as Team Captain for wrestling and a member of the track & field team at Eastern Alamance. Along with being Class Valedictorian, he served as President of the National Science Honor Society, was a member of the National Honor Society, National Math Honor Society and was a Junior Marshal. Garner is a member of the Dream Team, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and earned 1st place in the Alamance-Burlington School System’s Science Fair. He volunteers his time as a Sunday school teacher and is a mission trip leader. He was coached by John Kirby.

Tobias A. Floyd
Northeast Guilford High School

The son of Kevin and Loury Floyd, Tobias was a Team Captain, making the all-conference team and being named Offensive Player of the Year. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars and receiving the Chancellor’s Scholarship to Fayetteville State, Tobias participated in the Big Brother Program and served as the editor of the school yearbook at Northeast. He volunteered at the Urban Ministry and World Victory International Christian Center. He was coached by Jason Lippard.

Tobias A. Floyd
Northeast Guilford High School

The son of Kevin and Loury Floyd, Tobias was a Team Captain, making the all-conference team and being named Offensive Player of the Year. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars and receiving the Chancellor’s Scholarship to Fayetteville State, Tobias participated in the Big Brother Program and served as the editor of the school yearbook at Northeast. He volunteered at the Urban Ministry and World Victory International Christian Center. He was coached by Jason Lippard.

Coy Goss
Western Alamance High School

The son of Jeffrey and Bobbie Sue Goss, Coy was a Team Captain, making the All-Conference Team and All-Region. Along with his successful football career, Coy was the treasurer of FCA and an officer of FFA. He was coached by Jeff Snuffer.

Coy Goss
Western Alamance High School

The son of Jeffrey and Bobbie Sue Goss, Coy was a Team Captain, making the All-Conference Team and All-Region. Along with his successful football career, Coy was the treasurer of FCA and an officer of FFA. He was coached by Jeff Snuffer.

Luke Hall
Ronald Reagan High School

The son of Todd Hall, Luke was a Team Captain, Central Piedmont 4A All-Conference and 1st Team All-Forsyth County. Along with being awarded the Presidential Scholarship to Wingate University and being a member of the basketball and track teams at Reagan, Luke participated in the Crosby Scholars, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the C.A.R.E. Club. He volunteered through Crosby Scholars where he assisted with the Special Olympics and Good Samaritan Ministries. He was coached by Josh McGee.

Luke Hall
Ronald Reagan High School

The son of Todd Hall, Luke was a Team Captain, Central Piedmont 4A All-Conference and 1st Team All-Forsyth County. Along with being awarded the Presidential Scholarship to Wingate University and being a member of the basketball and track teams at Reagan, Luke participated in the Crosby Scholars, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the C.A.R.E. Club. He volunteered through Crosby Scholars where he assisted with the Special Olympics and Good Samaritan Ministries. He was coached by Josh McGee.

Alejandro “Alex” Illescas III
Ragsdale High School

The son of Alejandro Illescas, Jr. and Wanda Lane-Illescas, Alex was a Team Captain, All-Conference, Most Valuable Defensive Back and earned the Golden Helmet Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Ragsdale’s endorsed candidate for the Parks Scholarship at N.C. State and earning the Service-Learning Diploma, Alex was a Team Captain for wrestling and a member of the Concert Band. Alex volunteered his time in the S.M.A.R.T program tutoring students and works with Project Uplift UNC. He was coached by Tommy Norwood.

Alejandro “Alex” Illescas III
Ragsdale High School

The son of Alejandro Illescas, Jr. and Wanda Lane-Illescas, Alex was a Team Captain, All-Conference, Most Valuable Defensive Back and earned the Golden Helmet Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, Ragsdale’s endorsed candidate for the Parks Scholarship at N.C. State and earning the Service-Learning Diploma, Alex was a Team Captain for wrestling and a member of the Concert Band. Alex volunteered his time in the S.M.A.R.T program tutoring students and works with Project Uplift UNC. He was coached by Tommy Norwood.

Karron Jeter
Mount Tabor High School

The son of Bobby Sinclair and Mahogany Jeter, Karron was a Team Captain, All-Conference Special Teams Player of the Year and All-County. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, the Honor Roll and Crosby Scholars, Karron was a Junior Volunteer at Novant Health. He was coached by Lamar Marshall.

Karron Jeter
Mount Tabor High School

The son of Bobby Sinclair and Mahogany Jeter, Karron was a Team Captain, All-Conference Special Teams Player of the Year and All-County. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, the Honor Roll and Crosby Scholars, Karron was a Junior Volunteer at Novant Health. He was coached by Lamar Marshall.

Jaden Johnson
Eastern Guilford High School

The son of Kristie Johnson, Jaden was Academic All-Conference on the 2016 Eastern team that made the State 3-A finals. Along with football, Jaden played baseball and was a member of the band at Eastern Guilford. Jaden volunteered with his church youth throughout his four years of high school. He was coached by Doug Robertson.

Jaden Johnson
Eastern Guilford High School

The son of Kristie Johnson, Jaden was Academic All-Conference on the 2016 Eastern team that made the State 3-A finals. Along with football, Jaden played baseball and was a member of the band at Eastern Guilford. Jaden volunteered with his church youth throughout his four years of high school. He was coached by Doug Robertson.

Michael Jurado
Southern Guilford

The son of Brandy Jurado, Michael was a Team Captain, team MVP and All-Conference. Along with receiving the Peter Moore Scholarship and making the A/B Honor Roll, Michael was a member of the FFA, Model Congress and played basketball and ran track at Southern Guilford. Michael volunteers with the FFA in helping the homeless. He was coached by Earl Bates.

Michael Jurado
Southern Guilford

The son of Brandy Jurado, Michael was a Team Captain, team MVP and All-Conference. Along with receiving the Peter Moore Scholarship and making the A/B Honor Roll, Michael was a member of the FFA, Model Congress and played basketball and ran track at Southern Guilford. Michael volunteers with the FFA in helping the homeless. He was coached by Earl Bates.

Cameron King
North Forsyth High School

The son of India Green, Cameron was a member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. Along with participating in FBLA and Black Achievers, Cameron volunteered at Lowrance Middle School. He was coached by Peter Gilchrist.

Cameron King
North Forsyth High School

The son of India Green, Cameron was a member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. Along with participating in FBLA and Black Achievers, Cameron volunteered at Lowrance Middle School. He was coached by Peter Gilchrist.

El Ra King
Walter M. Williams High School

The son of Roy and Natalie King, El Ra was named Most Improved Defensive Player and Most Outstanding Defensive Back. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, El Ra participated in Young Life, The Dream Team and played lacrosse and ran track at Walter M. Williams. He was coached by Dave Grant.

El Ra King
Walter M. Williams High School

The son of Roy and Natalie King, El Ra was named Most Improved Defensive Player and Most Outstanding Defensive Back. Along with being a member of the National Technical Honor Society, El Ra participated in Young Life, The Dream Team and played lacrosse and ran track at Walter M. Williams. He was coached by Dave Grant.

Korrey R. Marsh
Southeast Guilford High School

The son of Korrey and Shakira Marsh, Korrey was on the All “A” Honor Roll 9th-12th grade and a National Honor Society Nominee. Along with being a member of the Men of Destiny, Spirit Club and Weight Training Club, Korrey volunteered his time mentoring students at Nathaniel Greene Elementary. He was coached by Kennedy Tinsley.

Korrey R. Marsh
Southeast Guilford High School

The son of Korrey and Shakira Marsh, Korrey was on the All “A” Honor Roll 9th-12th grade and a National Honor Society Nominee. Along with being a member of the Men of Destiny, Spirit Club and Weight Training Club, Korrey volunteered his time mentoring students at Nathaniel Greene Elementary. He was coached by Kennedy Tinsley.

Franklin Marshall
Walkertown High School

The son of Kim and Susan Marshall, Franklin was a Team Captain, Offensive MVP and received the Golden Helmet Award. Along with being a Junior Marshal, Franklin was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Crosby Scholars. Franklin volunteered through the Boys Scouts working on his Eagle Scout Project. He was coached by Josh Pardue.

Franklin Marshall
Walkertown High School

The son of Kim and Susan Marshall, Franklin was a Team Captain, Offensive MVP and received the Golden Helmet Award. Along with being a Junior Marshal, Franklin was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Crosby Scholars. Franklin volunteered through the Boys Scouts working on his Eagle Scout Project. He was coached by Josh Pardue.

Todd Martorano
Western Guilford High School

The son of Paul and Leslie Martorano, Todd was a Team Captain, All-Conference, All-Area Honorable Mention and Most Valuable Lineman. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club, Todd volunteered his time at the Salvation Army, Wishes by Wyndham, First Tee of the Triad and SPCA of the Triad. He was coached by Adam Clay.

Todd Martorano
Western Guilford High School

The son of Paul and Leslie Martorano, Todd was a Team Captain, All-Conference, All-Area Honorable Mention and Most Valuable Lineman. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club, Todd volunteered his time at the Salvation Army, Wishes by Wyndham, First Tee of the Triad and SPCA of the Triad. He was coached by Adam Clay.

Shariff McQueen
Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy

The son of Marcus McQueen and Phyllis Anderson, Shariff was a Team Captain and All-Conference. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and on the Honor Roll, Shariff volunteered at the Community Mosque and served as a mentor to at-risk youth in the community. He was coached by Lamont Scales.

Shariff McQueen
Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy

The son of Marcus McQueen and Phyllis Anderson, Shariff was a Team Captain and All-Conference. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society and on the Honor Roll, Shariff volunteered at the Community Mosque and served as a mentor to at-risk youth in the community. He was coached by Lamont Scales.

Jacob Moore
Northern Guilford High School

The son of Johnny and Laurie Moore, Jacob was a Team Captain, All-Area Second-Team Offense and 2016 Mid-State 3A All-Conference. Along with football, Jacob participated in wrestling, track and lacrosse where he was Academic All-Conference in track, wrestling and football. Jacob volunteers his time at Mt. Pisgah United Methodist, helping to clean the sanctuary and assisting in the nursery. He was coached by Erik Westberg.

Jacob Moore
Northern Guilford High School

The son of Johnny and Laurie Moore, Jacob was a Team Captain, All-Area Second-Team Offense and 2016 Mid-State 3A All-Conference. Along with football, Jacob participated in wrestling, track and lacrosse where he was Academic All-Conference in track, wrestling and football. Jacob volunteers his time at Mt. Pisgah United Methodist, helping to clean the sanctuary and assisting in the nursery. He was coached by Erik Westberg.

Jared Owens
Atkins High School

The son of Alan and Shelia Owens, Jared was All-Conference both his junior and senior years. He was a member of the Boys Scouts, where he achieved Eagle Scout and spent over 200 hours volunteering. He was coached by David Hamlin.

Jared Owens
Atkins High School

The son of Alan and Shelia Owens, Jared was All-Conference both his junior and senior years. He was a member of the Boys Scouts, where he achieved Eagle Scout and spent over 200 hours volunteering. He was coached by David Hamlin.

Jamari Palbusa
T.W. Andrews High School

The son of Jonathon Palbusa and Sakika Mitchell, Jamari was a Team Captain, 1st-Team All-Conference and received the Coaches Award. Along with being a member in the National Technical Honor Society and running track, Jamari volunteered at Shannon Grey, a local rehabilitation facility. He was coached by John Patterson.

Jamari Palbusa
T.W. Andrews High School

The son of Jonathon Palbusa and Sakika Mitchell, Jamari was a Team Captain, 1st-Team All-Conference and received the Coaches Award. Along with being a member in the National Technical Honor Society and running track, Jamari volunteered at Shannon Grey, a local rehabilitation facility. He was coached by John Patterson.

Austin Scott
Northwest Guilford High School

The son of Jim and Kim Scott, Austin was All-Conference for 2 years, All-Area Honorable Mention and Northwest Lineman of the Year. Along with being named an AP Scholar with Honors and a National Latin Exam Silver Medalist, he is a Presidential Scholarship winner at Averett , Bridgewater, and Wingate. Austin was a member of the FCA, the Teen Political Action Club, DECA, Latin Club and Young life. He volunteered his time feeding the homeless and raising money for cancer. He was coached by Jared Rolfes.

Austin Scott
Northwest Guilford High School

The son of Jim and Kim Scott, Austin was All-Conference for 2 years, All-Area Honorable Mention and Northwest Lineman of the Year. Along with being named an AP Scholar with Honors and a National Latin Exam Silver Medalist, he is a Presidential Scholarship winner at Averett , Bridgewater, and Wingate. Austin was a member of the FCA, the Teen Political Action Club, DECA, Latin Club and Young life. He volunteered his time feeding the homeless and raising money for cancer. He was coached by Jared Rolfes.

Tyeous Sharpe
Parkland High School

The son of Derrick and Sherrell Sharpe, Tyeous was Central Piedmont All-Conference and All-Forsyth County. Along with being named to the Honor Roll and being a member of Crosby Scholars and FCA, Tyeous won the Hometown Hero Award for his involvement in community service, which included helping feed the homeless and assisting at a local recreation center. He was coached by Martin Samek. 

Tyeous Sharpe
Parkland High School

The son of Derrick and Sherrell Sharpe, Tyeous was Central Piedmont All-Conference and All-Forsyth County. Along with being named to the Honor Roll and being a member of Crosby Scholars and FCA, Tyeous won the Hometown Hero Award for his involvement in community service, which included helping feed the homeless and assisting at a local recreation center. He was coached by Martin Samek. 

De’Shaun Taylor
High Point Christian Academy

The son of Ralph and Alicia Taylor, De’Shaun was a Team Captain, 2-time State Champion and received the school Leadership Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, National Beta Club and National Spanish Honor Society, De’Shaun played on the basketball team at High Point Christian. De’Shaun volunteered his time at West End Ministries tending the community garden and working with youth in the Miracle League where he helped disabled children play baseball. He was coached by Scott Bell. 

De’Shaun Taylor
High Point Christian Academy

The son of Ralph and Alicia Taylor, De’Shaun was a Team Captain, 2-time State Champion and received the school Leadership Award. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, National Beta Club and National Spanish Honor Society, De’Shaun played on the basketball team at High Point Christian. De’Shaun volunteered his time at West End Ministries tending the community garden and working with youth in the Miracle League where he helped disabled children play baseball. He was coached by Scott Bell. 

Noah Taylor
Southwest Guilford High School

The son of Russell and Theresa Taylor, Noah was a Team Captain and earned All-Conference Honors. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, FCA, Environmental Club and receiving Honor Roll recognition every year, Noah volunteered as a Breakfast Buddy and with Habitat for Humanity. He was coached by Eric Rainey. 

Noah Taylor
Southwest Guilford High School

The son of Russell and Theresa Taylor, Noah was a Team Captain and earned All-Conference Honors. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, FCA, Environmental Club and receiving Honor Roll recognition every year, Noah volunteered as a Breakfast Buddy and with Habitat for Humanity. He was coached by Eric Rainey. 

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