By Jerry Williamson - August 4, 2015 - 4:20pm
Torey is arguably one of the best all-around athlete from the east to the west coast for the class of 2021. Last fall, playing for the Greater Miami So. Florida Pop Warner Conference for the Florida City Razorbacks Pee Wee football team, he put his team on his shoulders and carried them all the way to the Pop Warner Division One National Championship. Torey lead his team in total touchdowns, interceptions and all-purpose yards and Here's a note, he lined-up at (6) different positions (QB, WR, CB, DB, KR, PR) and scored touchdowns.
This off-season, Torey, turned heads with his freak of nature athleticism at the Ultimate Skills Challenge at the Chamber located in Davie, FL. He shocked everyone finishing #1 out of over 200 participates with the highest skills challenge rating, clocking an eye-popping electronically timed 4.9/40.
Question: Your uncle is a well-known quarterback named Maurice "Hardtime" Alexander. He's a 2-time Pop Warner National Champion, state champion & record holder that signed to Florida International University this upcoming season. What are some of the things he do to help you succeed on the gridiron?
Answer: We work out together and he motivates me teaching me how to read coverage's and keeping me focus on my grades.
Question: Last fall, you helped your Pee Wee team captured the Sean Taylor Classic, Southeastern Regional Championship and lead them to the Pop Warner Div. 1 National Championship semi-finals. How did you handled the pressure being the face of your team, knowing you had to deliver every game to win games?
Answer: I just stayed calm, focus and kept my team focus an motivated in trying to reach our motivational goal to win a national championship
Question: Last fall, you scored at six different positions and scored over (25) touchdowns. What game changing play last fall, you felt was your best play of the season? And vs. Who?
Answer: When I was in nationals playing against Watkins Hornets when I lined up at wide receiver and caught a up ball over 2 defenders going into the half.
Question: Who's your role model in your life? And why?
Answer: My cousin "hardtime" as my role model. Growing up I always wanted to follow in his foot step cause he a very hard working person n very successful.