Style of play
Jayton – I play hard and don’t quit on anything. I get to the ball and I hit the guy with the ball low. I play the old school kind of way.
Jayton – 76 tackles, 2 int, 1.5 tfl, 2 fumble recoveries. AVCTL III first team unanimous selection, all state all class honorable mention, top 100 non senior.
Most influential person
Jayton – is my dad he has taught us to give our best in everything we do from whistle to whistle. He is always there for me and hasn’t missed may of my games.
My most influential coach
Jayton – is coach Harlin he put faith in me to play safety in his defense. He didn’t care my size because he knew I could play the game. He has taught me many life lessons I won’t forget.
Jayton – My uncle Travis Stites was a 4x wrestling state champion.
Jayton – This offseason I focus on getting better. Right now I’m focusing on quickness and speed. My dad and I go to the ymca before school in the spring and I also workout 1st hour in sps. To stay in shape I also do the sprinters workout in track. During the same I workout with my teammates in the mornings at sps (speed power strength) and then with my dad in the afternoon.
My most memorable game
Jayton – is my very first football game in 4th grade. The first play of the game I returned the kickoff and that memory has stuck with me since.
My pregame ritual
Jayton – is simple. I go home and chill, drink my replenish to stay hydrated, warm up with team, take a game day picture with my man gus ruddle, then I pray before I take the field.
My favorite song
Jayton – is remember the name by Fort Minor.
My favorite class
Jayton – is math even tho precalc is pretty hard my teacher teaches it very well.
My favorite NFL player right now
Jayton – is Eddie Jackson safety for Chicago bears.
As a kid my favorite NFL player
Jayton – was Brian Urlacher for the Chicago bears.
My biggest weight room accomplishment
Jayton – was getting 245 on hang clean coming back from a shoulder injury.
A teammate that could be a big star at the next level
Jayton – is Aaron Powell he’s so fast and tough to guard defiantly a kid to keep an eye on.
Hardest working teammate
Jayton – has to be Brycen Labertew he works his tail off. Also has been asking coach for workouts to do with his broken hand very good athlete.
A player to keep you eye on
Jayton – has to be Jayden Dukes very good corner can keep any receiver locked down.