DJ clocked a 43 mph finger tip velocity at 9 years old and accounted for 49 total TD’s(30 passing TDs) his 4th & 5th grade seasons playing club football. He played his 6th grade season exclusively as the starting QB for Kent Denver’s middle school team. DJ was 11 years old playing against 8th graders. In the first season he accumulated 10 passing TDs and Rushed for 3 TDs with only 2 interceptions. DJ led the middle school Sun Devils to a 3rd place finish in the middle school league. The Sun Devils finished in last place the two previous seasons prior to DJ's enrollment. Kent Denver’s High School Coach, Scott Yates is a Colorado High School Hall of Fame inductee and also a National High School Hall of Fame Inductee. DJ was also named the Reebok Series MVP for a regional basketball tournament in 2019. DJ was recently invited to tryout for USA Football Middle School U.S. National team in spring 2020. Due to Covid-19 DJ's second middle school season was cancelled. So DJ returned to club football as the starting Quarterback for the Castle Rock Raptors 7th Grade football team this fall. DJ was invited to and played in the 2021 Adidas All-United States Bowl Game in San Antonio, Texas along with the top 12 & 13 year old players in the country. In two games DJ threw for 500 plus yards and scored 8 total Touchdowns leading "Team West" to a 1-1 record. He was named Player of the Game. DJ was invited again to the U.S. National Football team regional tryout this May 2021 in Denver, CO.
Weight: 155 lbs.
|Adidas All-United States Game MVP||01/17/2021|
|Reebok Basketball Regional MVP||11/30/2019|
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