Rubidoux High School
6'0", 325 lbs. 17 Yrs. Old
football has been my life for the past four years. it has changed the way I live my life every day. it has taught me how to manage my time, be on time, and other responsibilities. being on my football team felt like I was a part of a giant family full of brothers. they have my back and I have theirs. throughout high school the best memories I have are playing football or football related. coming in as a freshman I had no idea what I was doing and I didn't know what to expect. the reason I wanted to play center was because my grandfather wanted to see me play that position and I had no idea what the center's job was. as a child I only dreamed about playing football in the big leagues but with hard work and dedication I realize that my dreams can turn into a reality. most of my achievements could not have been reached without the support from my coaches, my friends and most of all my family. they have motivated me to become something in life and they taught me that no matter what anyone say don't take no for an answer. I am grateful for the four amazing seasons of football I've had at Rubidoux high school and I am glad that I made the decision to play as a freshman. I play football for the love of the game and not just for the title. I know that my days of high school football are over but I am looking forward to my future at the next level. football has open many doors for me and I plan to take full advantage of anything that comes my way.
Vincent has been a 3 year starter on the offensive line. He has been 1st team all-league for two years straight, he won RHS annual HOG Award given to the best Lineman, he was a captain for the 2014 football team and a 4-year player for our program
Vincent has been apart of RHS FFA program and has won several awards in that program along with maintaining a 3.0+ GPA
Vincent is involved with many programs in our school and community. He has volunteered his time working with our 18-22 year old special education program. Vincent spends alot of his time in the FFA program at school as well as lettering and excelling in two sports on campus (Football and Track)