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2023 Season Highlights
9 months ago

Academic Info

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High School
Effingham High School
Enrollment: 800

Academic Accomplishments

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Athletic History

High School History
  • 2023 Varsity Team
    Starter  1st Team All-Conference
  • 2023 Varsity Team Detailed Information

    Jersey Number

    #7

    Individual Awards

    1st Team All-Conference

      General Statistic
    • Games played
      10
    • Offense
    • Rushing attempts
      241
    • Rushing yards
      1480
    • Rushing touchdowns
      17
    • Special Teams
    • Returns
      7
    • Total return yards
      124
    • Yards per return
      17.7
  • 2022 Varsity Team
    Starter  
  • 2022 Varsity Team Detailed Information

    Jersey Number

    #7

      General Statistic
    • Games played
      9
    • Offense
    • Rushing yards
      714
    • Receiving yards
      28
    • Receptions
      1
    • Rushing touchdowns
      10
    • Yards per reception
      28
    • Yards per rush
      4.15
    • Special Teams
    • Returns
      15
    • Total return yards
      267
    • Yards per return
      17.8
    • Longest return
      37
    • Total kick off return yrds
      267
  • 2021 Junior Varsity Team
    Starter  
  • 2021 Junior Varsity Team Detailed Information

    Jersey Number

    #3

    No stats available.

Weldon H. Dunston IV's Key Stats History

  • 40 Yard Dash
    4.756 Current
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    01/01/3100
  • 5-10-5 Shuttle
    4.536 Current
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    01/01/3100
  • Bench Press
    250 Current
  • Squat
    325 Current
  • Vertical
    27.7 Current
    Rivals Combine_Indianapolis Stats_2024
    01/01/3100
  • 3 Cone Drill
    7.037 Current
    Rivals Combine_Indianapolis Stats_2024
    01/01/3100
  • Broad Jump
    117.5 Current
    Rivals Combine_Indianapolis Stats_2024
    01/01/3100

Personal Statement

   When I started playing flag football in the 4th grade I found a passion for this sport. I then transitioned into JFL where I continued to grow my knowledge, love, and passion for the game. I took on many assignments and continued to grow on and off the field. By my 7th grade year I was in charge of calling the defense and also had learned three other positions on offense.  My hard work and dedication continued to show at practice and on game days. Part of this comes from my passion and love for the sport, but the other part comes from watching my older sister work so hard at her craft of softball. Having an older sibling not only gave me someone to look up to, but it gave me a mentor. It prepared me for team sports because my sister is like a teammate. She congratulates me on my accomplishments and helps to correct my mistakes.

   I want to do my part and always grow from my mistakes and from my accomplishments. There is always something to learn, and I feel that it is hard to learn if you have a closed mind and ears, so I strive to always keep both open. I am always trying  to take my game play to the next level and that comes with not only on, but off the field work. It's the extra in extraordinary that makes you achieve great things. I workout and do drills early morning before school, at practice, after practice, in the rain, and in the extreme heat. While my dream is to play at the very top level of the sport, I also know that education is key. A strong mind is the key to everything. My parents have been very influential in my education. I want to maintain a 4.0 grade average in high school and plan on continuing that throughout college as well.  Another goal of mine is to pursue a degree in the medical field.  I want my coaches to know that I am not only a student of the game, but I'm a student in the class room.

Coach References

  • Brett Hefner
    High School Coach
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