Coming out of Sarah T. Reed High School in New Orleans, LA, the Olympians have a diamond in the rough in defensive end Tyrin Wise. A lot of people have not heard the name because the school just started playing varsity football this year and have only played junior varsity prior. At 6’3, 240 pounds with 4.7/40 speed, Tyrin has all the physical tools to become a college football player, but not a lot of eyes were on him since the Olympians are starting to come back to play varsity football. Tyrin not only plays defensive end, but he also plays running back for the team too. Tyrin will have the opportunity to showcase all of his talents in the Gridiron Football All-American Bowl Game played in Orange Beach, Alabama on December 30th. Tyrin is thankful for the opportunity and is looking forward to show what he is capable of.
“I was excited when I received the invitation. It means a lot to be playing aside of players that can complete with players that can go to the next level and I get the opportunity to show I belong there.”Sarah T. Reed High School DE Tyrin Wise
Gridiron Football CEO Andy Bryson personally went to Sarah T. Reed High School and offered Tyrin Wise to play in the Gridiron Football All-American Bowl Game. You can watch the whole video below to see Tyrin and his head coach Ethridge Foster Jr.
To read more about Tyrin, here is our Diamond in the Rough article that our own Will Lamphier wrote.
Join Tyrin on Dec 30th in Orange Beach, Alabama at the Orange Beach Sportsplex for a 5pm kickoff.
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Check out our Gridiron Football All-American Bowl Game commitment video for Tyrin!