DSU: What do you think distinguishes you from every other player in the nation? JH: My work ethic and attitude, also my positive thinking and my 'never give up' attitude. The way I carry myself on and off the field too.
DSU: What extracurricular or community involvement activities do you participate in? JH: I always help whenever give the opportunity to around the community
DSU: What is your proudest moment in football? JH: Just being able to have the ability to do something that I love to do and be around a bunch of guys that care about me. It's a blessing.
DSU: Who/What has been your biggest influence on football? How so? JH: God and my parents. I play football to make my parents proud or to see them happy knowing they raised the kind of child I am. Also playing football means impacting a persons life since you're constantly around a lot of people. That's when God comes in.
DSU: When you play Madden, what team do you use? Do you put yourself on the team? If yes, what position and rating?
JH: I play as the Steelers or Vikings. I usually make myself a RB, SS or FB
DSU: Other than playing in the NFL, what are your career ambitions?
JH: I love sports, so either a sports psychologist or something around that area. Anything having to do with sports.
DSU: What is one thing your teammates don't know about you?
JH: The TRUE reason I play football.
About the Freddie Solomon Football Showcase:
Each year the Freddie Solomon Football Showcase features the top up-and-coming football talent from the Tampa Bay area and across the southeast region of the United States. This exclusive event for high school football players is modeled after the NFL combine and gives athletes the opportunity to demonstrate their physical skills and football skills in front of an audience of football scouts, members of the media and college coaches. Unique to the Freddie Solomon Football Showcase, Combine Performance Specialists first teach and coach all of the athletes on the standardized combine drills and the techniques to successfully complete each test. Athletes leave the Showcase more confident and better prepared to attend and compete at similar events.
In its previous years the showcase was called the Tampa Bay High School Football Combine, however the name was changed to honor the late Freddie Solomon for all that he did for youth athletes in Tampa Bay.