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Junior Cameron Brewer is running into the future

The Falcon running back spills the tea on what it’s like being a student-athlete with big dreams.
Junior Cameron Brewer runs for the tackle.

With the year now unwinding, we look forward to seeing our star student athletes display both success on and off the field. Running through obstacles and running through barriers is what pushes Cameron Brewer to break down all the walls to the spotlight.

No student athlete displays success better than Junior Cameron Brewer. Cameron is not only a hard worker in the class, but also a hard worker on the football field. 

Cameron’s motivation runs deep down in his dreams of playing division one college football. His brothers also have the same passion as they have all been playing together since little league.

Cameron is the starting running back on the varsity football team, with a little safety in the mix. He makes an impact every day on the field. His week two stats consists of 17 carries with 172 yards. 

Being a junior, his role as a leader is becoming more and more apparent, and his game keeps getting easier and better every week. 

“So far school has been a lot of fun this year, and it’s only getting started,” Brewer said.  

Cameron’s day consists of going to school, being a hard working student, and going to the football grind everyday. 

When asked about the team, Brewer shared that the bonds this year are very strong. 

 “We all get along and bring it together to win games; the wins bring the team closer together.” 

Brewer’s passion on and off the field leads him to success every game and at practice. Football is his passion which makes him a better overall player and person, along with being an athlete. 

When asked about how he felt about this upcoming season and year, Brewer said he felt a little like he was in a movie. 

“This year and season is gonna be a movie, with enough competition to improve my game to the next level.” 

Brewers passion for the game carries over on to game day. The most important day of the week translates to success. Throughout Week one and two, the team destroyed the opposition coming up with easy wins for the school.

Cameron’s goal of not only wanting to win on the field, but also off the field allows him to further pursue his education and athletics. He hopes to attend schools like Texas Tech and Famu, with a big passion to play College ball. Even bigger plans into the future stretch to be a successful athletic trainer and or football player. With Cameron’s approach to his junior year only time will tell how far he can really excel?

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Derek Aroyan, Staff Writer
Derek Aroyan is a Junior and a first year member of the Gauntlet. His favorite hobby is playing Hockey and he is a staff writer on the Gauntlet. His favorite movie is 22 Jump Street. He has 1 cat who he loves to spend time with. Aroyan's favorite color is satin grey and he likes the color more on cars than anything else.


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