QB Fouad uses his intelligence to better himself and teammates

While the sport of football is generally a quarterback driven game, Ahmed Fouad has one nifty edge over his competitors. No one will doubt the Sir John A. Macdonald quarterback’s talents as the numbers back themselves up, but Fouad is arguably one of the smartest players in the country as well.

“I scored 1520 on the SAT’s, which the 99th percentile. I had a 97% grade 12 average, and I was invited to participate in summer courses at Harvard and Stanford, and received letters from offices of admission from schools across the US, including USC, Columbia, and New Haven simply for academic merit,” says Fouad.

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