Meet Taft Defensive Back Jayvon Evans Class Of 2024
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Jayvon Evans Taft Athlete Class Of 2024 6'1 163
Jayvon Evans how was your junior season? My junior season was definitely something I’m never going to forget. This was my first varsity season and although we didn’t reach the goal of making it to state playoffs, I still definitely had fun and now the focus is to win city. I worked hard this season in class and off the field. This being my first varsity season I did really well to say the least. What does football mean to you? Football means everything to me. Football is my life I’ve given everything for this sport. It’s given me so many opportunities in life and I’m really appreciative for it. Football is my motivation to wake up and go even harder the next day.
What should college coaches know about you? College coaches should know that I work extremely hard on the field and in the class. Not only that I’m a very coachable player I learned how to play my position just last year and worked hard and earned my starting position from that hard work. I’m a reliable player those situations where we might be missing a player due to whatever, I would be willing to fill in and learn what that player does in that position and play it. What part of your game do you plan on working on in the offseason? The part of my game I’m gonna be working on this off-season is gonna be my strength and my technique. This is a extremely part of my game since I know I have speed, I wanna be able to master those parts of my game that might be weaker than the others. What was one of your favorite memories last season? Last season not being on varsity yet I was on Jv. I wasn’t able to play my first game due to an injury but as soon as I came back that first game I ended up having 2 interceptions against our rivals, and towards the end of the season I was finally moved up to varsity which is definitely a memory I won’t forget.
Who on Taft should I keep an eye out for next season? My top 3 guys I think you should also keep an eye out for are, Steven Tantchev, Jayden Harris, and Jaiden Padilla.
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