#76 Senior T DT
Wheatley High School
My name is Bryson Chaney I am a Junior at Phillis Wheatley Senior High School with a G.P.A of 3.3. I am from Houston, Texas and currently listed as 6’0 ft 288 pounds. I bench 245 and squat around 385 pounds. The positions I play in football are Center, Guard, Tackle and D Tackle but, my strong suits are Center and D Tackle. Even though I am willing to play any position to win. I am agile and have great footwork, also I am very protective of the quarterback. I have a great motor and a go getter mentality.
High School Football
Football & Life Skills
This type of excitement can not be duplicated by any other sport anywhere in the world. Football does a wonderful job building many different skills in young children. These skills can help them progress in football, other sports, and in life in general.
A chance of winning
Football can also teach children many life lessons that they can look back on as they grow older. Children learn how to work well with others, because they have to communicate with their teammates if they want to have a chance of winning.
A Star Blossoms
Some of the physical skills that football will help children develop are speed, quickness, balance, endurance, and strength. Football players must have these skills to be able to play the game even at a young age. Players that develop these useful skills when they are young, have a great chance to blossom into a star later in life.
Football also teaches children how to be humble winners and gracious losers, because they have to work through all of the emotions that come along with playing sports. It also teaches children the value of determination and hard work, because only the most determined and hard working teams will succeed.
Football Is Houston: Yates and Wheatley
For the Yates and Wheatley High School football teams, it’s about playing for the pride of their city.