Jamyre Soberanis is a Junior running back who has started out the season on a strong note. Over three games, he has scored seven touchdowns — six rushing and one receiving. Jamyre has also gained over 380 yards rushing in three games, and his average yards per carry is over eight. Jamyre is a leader on and off the field. His positive attitude is contagious, and when things don’t go exactly as planned, Jamyre is always keeping players positive, encouraging others to forget mistakes and to move on to the next play. Jamyre’s speed and strength is remarkable for a junior, but it is his natural vision to find holes that makes him a threat from anywhere on the field. Jamyre is one of the leading scorers in the state after three games. Congratulations, Jamyre!
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