Archbishop Carroll’s (Washington, DC) Nyckoles Harbor named winner of Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Award

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Archbishop Carroll’s (Washington, DC) Nyckoles Harbor named winner of Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Award || Super Admin

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High School Football 2023
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Time:In Progress
Stream:High Schooll Football Live On-Demand(Free Trial)

The 31st Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Award offered to the country's top African American high school football player by the National Partnership of African American Athletes goes to Nyckoles Harbor of Archbishop Carroll Secondary School in Washington, D.C.

Harbor is an outstanding student-athlete, carrying a 4.4 grade-point average. Previously this year, the EDGE rusher was named the Gatorade D.C. Professional Athlete of the Year in football.

According to a news release, Harbor, that is a 5-star university football possibility, who will go to the College of South Carolina, is likewise a standout in track with 29 national titles and 9 national documents. He also has actually offered in a soup kitchen area, joined Carroll's yearly food drive and also Kindness Global, which works to enhance ladies's hygiene in sub-Saharan Africa.

" What an incredible evening to honor the Watkins Course of 2023 as well as acknowledge their achievements," said J. Everette Pearsall, executive director of The Partnership. "We thank our fans and also join them in congratulating Nyckoles Harbor as the basic holder for this year's class. Nyck is an amazing young man, so skilled on the field, on the track, in the classroom and also in the neighborhood."

The various other participants of the Watkins Class of 2023 are: Tavorian Copeland, a linebacker from Appomattox County High School in Virginia, that will certainly play at Virginia Tech; Diesel Gordon, a cornerback from Seguin High in Arlington, Texas, who will certainly dip into the University of Washington; IMG Academy's Jordan Hall, a linebacker from Fredericksburg, Virginia, who will play at Michigan State College; as well as Jeremiyah Love, a running back from Christian Brothers College in St. Louis, Missouri, who will dip into the College of Notre Dame.

This year's Watkins Course participants were chosen based upon their unweighted grade-point average, personal declaration, after-school activities, social work as well as recommendation letters.

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