Sapp in waiting?

 

Titans standout on the hunt for future gridiron home.

When he looks into the mirror, Harry Ainlay Titans lineman Anthony Hume sees Deacon Jones, Warren Sapp and Vincent Wilfork.

Anthony Hume

Positions:
Defensive Line, Offensive Line

Height/Weight:
5’10″/270 lbs

Teams:
Harry Ainlay Titans (high school: ASAA)
Millwood Grizzlies

Commitment:
None

Considerations:
Open

Official Visits:
None

Class:
2015

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Anthony began his gridiron journey when he was seven years old with the Millwood Grizzlies.

In addition to the Grizzlies, he has played for the Harry Ainlay Titans of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) for the past two seasons.

Throughout his career, he has racked up numerous accomplishments. Among those include peewee Grizzlies Rookie of the Year (2008), Grizzlies Most Valuable Defensive Player (2009), Most Valuable Offensive Lineman (2010), selection to Summer Games Zone Six team (2012) and senior Titans Football Award (2014).  Additionally, he won the Grizzlies Rollie Miles Leadership Award in 2013 which is awarded to,”players who have exhibited outstanding heart, effort, and leadership.”

Anthony has tried to mirror his style by studying other successful gridiron players.

“I like to draw from of many techniques and styles of past players,” explains Anthony, who has been volunteering his time coaching Grizzlies minor football for the past four years.  “To name a few, Deacon Jones, Warren Sapp and Vincent Wilfork.”

As for future plans, Anthony would like to study kinesiology and become an athletic therapist.

He is still considering several schools and, though he is enjoying the recruitment process so far, his primary focus, “has to be on school at this point.”

 

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