Football Signees Announced

University of Miami head football coach Larry Coker has announced the Hurricanes' 2003 signees as 23 student-athletes signed letters of intent to play football for the Hurricanes on Wednesday.

"We're very excited about this group of young men signing to attend the University of Miami," said Coker. "In addition to being impressed by the athletic accomplishments of each of our signees, I also was impressed with the character of these young men and I'm looking forward to them being successful not only on the football field, but also in the classroom."

Andrew Bain
OL, 6-4, 320
Pompano Beach, Florida/Ely HS
Widely regarded as one of the nation's top offensive linemen…considered the strongest offensive lineman in Florida having bench pressed 465 pounds…has displayed good footwork and flexibility…very mobile and a standout as a pulling guard or on trap plays…has a 25-inch vertical jump…has a low center of gravity…led the way for All-America tailback Tyrone Moss (a fellow UM signee) while helping Ely to the Class 5A State title in 2002…can play guard or tackle…excellent run blocker…a Parade All-American…a Allen Wallace's SuperPrep All-American…rated the No. 9 prospect in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…rated the No. 5 offensive lineman in the nation by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…rated the No. 67 prospect nationally by The Insiders.com…rated the No. 49 prospect nationally by Rivals100…a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…a member of the Palm Beach Post's National Top 50…a member of the Palm Beach Post Florida Top 20…rated the No. 17 player on the Orlando Sentinel's Florida Top 100…a member of the First Team of the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Florida State, Ohio State, Stanford and North Carolina State…coached by Steve Davis.

Jon Beason
DB, 6-1, 206
Miramar, Florida/Chaminade-Madonna Prep
A standout linebacker who projects as a defensive back for the Hurricanes…a tough competitor who impressed coaches with his consistent intensity throughout his high school career…played linebacker and strong safety in high school…has tremendous range, showing the ability to make plays from sideline to sideline…has deceptive strength for a player his size…consistently dominated opponents in run support, but also showed ability to be effective in pass coverage…has bench pressed 315 pounds…has a vertical jump of 32 inches…a track standout who has long jumped 22-6, triple jumped 44-1 and has run a 49.3 400-meter dash…also a starting forward on the basketball team at Chaminade-Madonna Prep…helped lead his team to the finals of the State playoffs in 2002…as a senior, rushed for 811 yards and 12 touchdowns at fullback…made 75 tackles and had five pass interceptions on defense…rated the No. 35 defensive back in the nation by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 30 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…rated the nation's No. 6 linebacker by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the No. 70 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…a Third Team selection on the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Florida State, Florida, Tennessee, LSU and Georgia…coached by Mark Guandola.

Glenn Cook
LB, 6-1, 220
Hollywood, Florida/Chaminade-Madonna Prep
Excellent athlete who was the anchor of a defense that advanced to the State Championship game…teamed with fellow UM signee Jon Beason to lead one of the state's top defensive units…as a junior in 2001, made 85 tackles, had five quarterback sacks and 10 tackles for losses…rated the No. 26 linebacker in the nation by Allen Wallace's Super Prep…rated the No. 93 player on the Orlando Sentinel's Florida Top 100…chose Miami over Tennessee, North Carolina State, Florida and Florida State…coached by Mark Guandola.

Willie Cooper
DB, 6-1, 190
St. Augustine, Florida/St. Augustine HS
Durable and tough, he starred at cornerback and quarterback for St. Augustine the last two seasons...led his team to an appearance in the State Championship game in 2001 and to the State Semi-Finals in 2002...has great instincts and is around the ball on every play...intercepted 11 passes as a senior in 2002...as a junior in 2001, made 133 tackles and six interceptions, returning one for a touchdown...rated the No. 20 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep...rated the nation's No. 21 safety prospect by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report...a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100...a member of the Palm Beach Post Florida Top 20...the No. 9 player on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100...a First Team selection on the Fox Sports Net Florida All-South Team...chose Miami over Florida State, Florida and Oklahoma...coached Joey Wiles.

Kevin Everett
TE, 6-6, 245
Port Arthur, Texas/Thomas Jefferson HS/Kilgore (Texas) JC
Outstanding pass receiver and all-around athlete…exceptionally quick and fast for a player of his size…in 2002, caught 18 passes for 310 yards (17.2 avg.) and two touchdowns with a long play of 40 yards for Kilgore Junior College…a First Team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference selection in 2001 and 2002…rated the No. 2 junior college player in the nation by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…originally signed with Miami out of high school in February, 2001...excelled as a defensive end and tight end during his prep career at one of Texas's most tradition-rich high school programs...was a two-year starter at Houston Jones High School at both defensive end and tight end...had more than 300 receiving yards each of his junior and senior seasons...posted 60 tackles and five quarterback sacks as a junior in 1999... earned All-State honors in Class 5A as a senior in 2000 with 49 solo tackles, eight tackles for losses and six quarterback sacks...also forced six fumbles, garnered four fumble recoveries, and blocked one kick...was a standout defender in one the talent-rich Golden Triangle Area...has been timed at 4.6 in the 40...originally chose Miami over Texas and Colorado...Houston Chronicle Texas Top 100...The Dallas Morning News Texas Top 100...Texas Football Top 20 tight end...rated the No. 28 overall prospect in Texas by SuperPrep...rated the fourth-best defensive line prospect in Texas by SuperPrep...member of the Dallas Morning News State Top 100...coached by Al Celaya at Jefferson High and Jim Rieves at Kilgore Junior College.

Vegas Franklin
ATH, 6-3, 235
Reserve, Louisiana/East St. John HS
Quick, agile player who starred as an undersized end in high school…has explosiveness, good strength and reacts quickly…has shown impressive closing speed…high school coaches raved about his intensity and effort…played mainly as a defensive end in high school…made 47 tackles as a senior and blocked four punts…as a junior in 2001, made 38 solo tackles, including 14.5 quarterback sacks, and 19 tackles for losses…rated the No. 12 player in Louisiana on Allen Wallace's SuperPrep Louisiana 45…the nation's No. 18 outside linebacker by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…chose Miami over LSU, Florida State, Tennessee and Oklahoma…coached by Larry Dauterive.

Tavares Gooden
LB. 6-1, 230
Fort Lauderdale, Florida/St. Thomas Aquinas HS
Regarded as one of the state's top players the last two years…has excellent instincts…regularly made big plays in the opponent's backfield…has shown tremendous competitiveness and a strong work ethic…an excellent finisher…a two-time Class 4A All-State selection…a First Team All-Broward selection at DE in 2002…consensus rates him among the top two most dominating defenders in Florida…has bench pressed 345 pounds and has a 35-inch vertical jump…was the 2002 state champion in the discus at 181 feet…has been timed at 11.0 in the 100 meters…has a best of 20 feet in the long jump, 6-1 in the high jump…as a junior in 2001, made 87 tackles, had 12.5 quarterback sacks, and forced three fumbles…rated the nation's No. 6 linebacker by Allen Wallace's Super Prep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 10 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No. 48 player in Florida by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…rated the No. 6 outside linebacker in the nation by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…rated the No. 87 player in the nation on the Rivals100 National Top 100…a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…the No. 26 player on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…a Second Team selection on the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Ohio State and LSU…coached by George Smith.

Devin Hester
WR, 5-11, 168
Riviera Beach, Florida/Suncoast HS
Originally signed with Miami in February, 2002…was widely regarded as one of the nation's finest two-way players in 2001…considered by most observers to be one of the best all-around prospects in the nation, regardless of position…one of the most versatile recruits in the nation, he played extensively at running back, receiver, defensive back and as a return man…a Parade All-American…a USA Today First-Team All-American…rated the no. 1 prospect in Florida, regardless of position, by SuperPrep…rated the no. 6 prospect in the nation, regardless of position, by SuperPrep…a member of SuperPrep's National Elite 50…a SuperPrep All-American…ranked the no. 2 defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep…member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Super Southern 100…rated the no. 1 defensive back and no. 3 overall player in Florida by TheInsiders.com…rated the no. 1 defensive back and no. 3 overall player in Florida by Student Sports…ranked the no. 1 defensive back and no. 1 overall player in Florida by Florida Kids…a Gridiron Greats Preseason Top 100 selection…earned First-Team Class 3A All-State honors as a senior…a member of Sunshine Network's All-Gridiron Team…rushed for 842 yards and 12 touchdowns while compiling 922 yards receiving for 6 touchdowns, in addition to throwing for 5 touchdowns as a senior…had 3 quarterback sacks, caused 3 fumbles and recovered 1 fumble as a senior…timed at 4.33 in the 40-yard dash…possesses a 38-inch vertical leap…was named the MVP of the CaliFlorida All-Star game in which he returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown and had an interception and three tackles on defense…chose Miami over Florida State and North Carolina State…coached in football by Jimmy Bell

Arlington Highsmith
LB, 6-1, 220
Miami, Florida/Central HS
A playmaker who has shown good instincts…has good speed and can make plays all over the field…had 90 tackles, seven quarterback sacks, caused eight fumbles, recovered six fumbles and returned three fumbles for touchdowns during his senior season…as a junior in 2001, made 90 tackles, seven quarterback sacks and had two interceptions…the No. 32 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No. 31 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…chose Miami over Auburn, Ohio State, Florida and Florida State…coached by Tony Saunders.

Dave Howell
DL, 6-4, 290
Royal Palm Beach, Florida/Royal Palm Beach HS
A star on both offense and defense throughout his high school career, he projects as a defensive tackle in college…has impressive strength and bull rushes many opponents…his style of play has evoked comparisons to current Hurricanes' DT Vince Wilfork…as a junior in 2001, made 85 tackles and had 15 quarterback sacks…the nation's No. 29 defensive lineman by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 19 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a member of the Palm Beach Post Area Top 22…the No. 95 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…chose Miami over Florida, Tennessee and Brigham Young…coached by Tony Rasnizk.

Darnell Jenkins
WR, 5-11, 190
Miami, Florida/Central HS
Excellent athlete who was a versatile performer…played as a receiver, defensive back and return man…caught 62 passes for 720 yards and 9 touchdowns as a senior…returned kickoff and punts for 5 touchdowns in 2001…compiled more than 1,500 yards and scored 9 touchdowns in his junior season…winner of the prestigious Nick Kotys Award, given to Dade County's Male Athlete of the Year…member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Super Southern 100…a two-time First-Team All-Dade County selection by the Miami Herald…rated the nation's no. 24 receiver prospect by SuperPrep and a SuperPrep All-American…rated the no. 26 prospect in Florida, regardless of position, by SuperPrep…rated the nation's no. 39 wide receiver by TheInsiders.com…ranked the no. 6 wide receiver and No. 20 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football…rated the no. 5 wide receiver and No. 28 overall player in the state by Florida Kids…a First-Team Class 6A All-State selection in 2001…possesses a 32-inch vertical leap…played in the Florida-Georgia All-Star Game…chose Miami over Florida and Florida State…coached in football by Anthony Saunders.

Eric Moncur
Dl, 6-3, 230
Miami, Florida/Carol City HS
Widely regarded as the state's top pass rusher during his senior season...played mostly at defensive end in high school...relentless pass rusher with tremendous speed off the edge...has shown great closing speed and is deceptively strong for a player of his measurements...excellent at shedding blockers...has been timed at 4.6 in the 40-yard dash on natural grass...has bench pressed 365 pounds and has a best squat of 435...has vertical jumped 29 inches...made 90 tackles and had 14 quarterback sacks as a senior despite missing half the season with an injury...as a junior in 2001, made 92 tackles, 20 quarterback sacks and recovered three fumbles...the nation's No. 42 defensive lineman by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep...a SuperPrep All-American...the No. 28 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep...the nation's No. 17 defensive end by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report...a member of the Palm Beach Post Florida Top 20...the No. 18 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100...chose Miami over Florida, Ohio State, Florida State and Georgia...coached by Walt Frazier.

Brian Monroe
P, 6-2, 190
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida/Palm Beach Gardens HS
Outstanding combination punter/kicker…projects as a punter at Miami but also hopes to compete for the kickoff job and as a defensive back…a two-time winner of the high school version of the Lou Groza Award, awarded annually to the outstanding kicker/punter in high school football by the Palm Beach County Sports Association…has been timed at 4.5 in the 40-yard dash…as a senior in 2002, he averaged 44.2 yards per punt…made five of seven field goal attempts in 2002 with a long of 40 yards…as a junior in 2001, averaged 45.6 yards per punt and made two of five field goal attempts, including a 47-yarder…one of the Palm Beach Area's Top Recruits by The Palm Beach Post…chose Miami over Florida State, Ohio State and Boston College.

Derrick Morse
OL, 6-5, 305
Fort Myers, Florida/Estero HS
Dominant player on the high school level who projects as a guard in college…has strong hands and good footwork…graduated in December and enrolled at Miami for the spring semester…a consensus choice as one of the finest offensive linemen in Florida…excellent zone blocker…has shown excellent flexibility and agility…as a junior in 2001, he recorded 74 pancake blocks in a 10-game season…rated the No. 38 offensive lineman in the country by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 26 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…rated the nation's No. 24 offensive guard by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the No. 29 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…a Third Team selection of the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Clemson, Florida and North Carolina…coached by Billy Swats.

Tyrone Moss
RB, 5-10, 210
Pompano Beach, Florida/Ely HS
A compact player who has tremendous speed, power and vision…a north-south runner who can run through would-be tacklers…very effective between the tackles, but has the speed to burn defenses outside, as well…has been timed at 10.9 in the 100 and 22.3 in the 200 on the track…has bench pressed 290 pounds and has a vertical jump of 33 inches…rushed for more than 7,000 yards in his high school career…rushed for 2,313 yards and 35 touchdowns while leading Ely to the Florida Class 5A State Championship in 2002…also caught 10 passes for 164 yards in 2002…rushed for 2,100 yards on 201 carries and scored 35 touchdowns as a junior in 2001, averaging 9.4 yards per attempt…rushed for more than 2,500 yards as a sophomore in 2000…a Parade All-American…a Second Team selection on the USA Today All-America Team…the nation's No. 31 player on Allen Wallace's SuperPrep Elite 50…the nation's No. 5 running back by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 3 player in Florida on Allen Wallace's SuperPrep Florida 88…the nation's No. 23 player by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the nation's No. 2 tailback by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the No. 40 player in the nation on The Insiders.com National Top 100…a Second Team All-American by The Insiders.com…the No. 42 player on the Rivals100 National Top 100…a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…a member of the Palm Beach Post National Top 50…a member of the Palm Beach Post Florida Top 20…the No. 5 player in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…a First Team selection on the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Virginia Tech…coached by Steve Davis.

Bryan Pata
DL, 6-4, 260
Miami, Florida/Central HS
Has excellent quickness and agility…could play end or tackle in college…as a junior in 2001, made 54 tackles and had nine quarterback sacks…rated the nation's No. 26 defensive lineman by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the No. 17 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No.55 prospect in the nation on The Insiders.com Top 100…a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…the No. 14 player on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…a First Team selection on the Fox Sports Net All-South Team…chose Miami over Rutgers, Florida and Oklahoma…coached by Tony Saunders.

Nate Robinson
DL, 6-5, 305
Irvington, New Jersey/Irvington HS
Combines explosiveness with impressive speed and agility for his size…very quick and physical…has shown impressive closing speed for a player of his size…has been timed at 4.9 in the 40-yard dash and can dunk a basketball…missed most of his senior season due to an injury…as a junior in 2001, made 82 tackles, had 14 quarterback sacks, made 17 tackles for losses, caused six fumbles and knocked down nine passes…the nation's No. 21 player on Allen Wallace's SuperPrep Elite 50…the nation's No. 3 defensive lineman by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…a SuperPrep All-American…the nation's No. 15 defensive tackle by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the nation's No. 10 player on The Insiders.com Top 100…a First Team selection on The Insiders.com All-America Team…the No. 21 player on the Rivals100 National Top 100…a member of the Palm Beach Post National Top 50…chose Miami over Rutgers and Syracuse…coached by Jeff Weiner.

John Rochford
OL, 6-3, 295
Linwood, New Jersey/Mainland Regional HS
Versatile lineman whose ability to finish blocks caught the eye of recruiters…has been timed at 4.9 in the 40-yard dash…in addition to offensive line, he could be a deep snapper on special teams…averaged more than two pancake blocks per game over the span of the last two seasons…two-way player who excelled on offense and defense…as a senior in 2002, he made 87 tackles, nine quarterback sacks recovered four fumbles and deflected three passes as a defensive lineman…led his team to the state title in 2002…the No. 26 player in New Jersey by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…rated the nation's No. 9 center by Rivals.com…excellent student who had a 3.2 grade-point average…chose Miami over Penn State, Iowa, Wisconsin and Temple…coached by Bob Coffey.

Leo Waiters
LB, 6-1, 230
Miami, Florida/Northwestern HS
Agile and quick defender who makes plays all over the field…forced numerous turnovers over the last two seasons…gifted athlete who played both fullback and linebacker in high school…has been timed at 4.6 in the 40-yard dash…as a senior in 2002, made 121 tackles, four quarterback sacks, intercepted two passes, forced six fumbles and recovered three fumbles…as a junior in 2001, made 102 tackles, forced seven fumbles, made two fumble recoveries and had one interception…rated the nation's No. 53 outside linebacker by Rivals.com…chose Miami over Florida State, Florida, North Carolina State and Rutgers…coached by Roland Smith.

Terrell Walden
DB, 6-0, 170
Miami, Florida/Edison HS
Excellent all-around athlete who possesses exceptional speed and the ability to break a game open…excellent at breaking on the ball…considered a true athlete with tremendous upside potential as a football player…widely considered perhaps the state's fastest football player on the high school level…led Miami-Dade County with 8 interceptions as a senior in 2001…outstanding track athlete who earned All-State honors in 2001 and competed at the 2001 USATF Junior National Championships…has been timed at 4.38 in the 40-yard dash…rated the no. 38 prospect overall in Florida by SuperPrep…rated the no. 8 defensive back in the nation and the no. 69 overall player by TheInsiders.com…rated the nation's no. 9 defensive back and no. 64 overall player by Student Sports…ranked the no. 7 defensive back in Florida and the no. 33 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football…rated the no. 2 defensive back and no. 27 overall player in the state by Florida Kids…a First-Team Class 6A All-State selection as a senior…a First-Team All-Dade County selection by the Miami Herald in 2001…made 40 tackles and 8 interceptions as a senior and had 23 tackles and 2 interceptions as a junior…had 17 catches for 323 yards and 5 touchdowns on offense as a junior…played in the CaliFlorida All-Star Game…played in the Dade/Broward All-Star Game…from the same high school as current Hurricanes William and Carlos Joseph…chose Miami over Florida, Michigan State and North Carolina State…coached in football by Corey Bell.

Cyrim Wimbs
OL, 6-5, 310
Pompano Beach, Florida/Ely HS
Dominating blocker who has great size, quick feet, impressive strength and an good attitude…excellent blocker in run support and pass protection…has good body control, balance and lateral movement…did not allow a sack in high school and graded out over 90 percent in every game the last two season…joins Ely teammates Andrew Bain and Tyrone Moss as a Hurricane signee…helped lead Ely to the 2002 Class 5A State Title…as a junior in 2001, was an All-County selection and made more than 50 pancake blocks…the No. 49 player in Florida by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No. 24 guard/center in the nation by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the No. 49 in Florida on the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100…chose Miami over Ohio State and North Carolina State…coached by Steve Davis.

Alton Wright
DL, 6-4, 225
Houston, Texas/Jones HS/Kilgore JC
Standout two-sport star in high school who developed into an exception rush end in the junior college ranks…has great size, speed, quickness and athletic ability…was a multi-sport letterman in high school…played two seasons at Kilgore Junior College in Kilgore, Texas…rated the No. 39 overall junior college prospect in the nation in 2002, regardless of position, by SuperPrep…a First-Team All-Southwest Junior College Conference selection in 2000 and 2001…a USA Today Honorable Mention selection for Texas Player of the Year in high school…rated the No. 8 junior college defensive end and No. 67 overall junior college prospect by JC Football Magazine…originally signed with Miami in 2000…totaled 285 tackles, 66 sacks, 14 forced fumbles, three blocked field goals over a three-year high school career…named the No. 76 overall high school prospect in Texas by SuperPrep…USA Today Honorable Mention All-America…named the No. 2 defensive lineman on Texas Football Magazine's Top 300 list, as well as a Super 24 Team member…selected to the Houston Chronicle Top 100 and District 22-4A First-Team Defense…three-year first-team All-District and two-year first-team All-State selection…two-time District Most Valuable Player…named to the Dallas Morning News State Top 100…chose Miami over Texas A&M and Oklahoma…coached by Jim Rieves at Kilgore Junior College.

Kyle Wright
QB, 6-4, 200
Danville, California/Monte Vista HS
Widely regarded as the nation's top high school quarterback…a pocket passer with a strong arm and a quick release…also effective as a scrambler…has displayed strong leadership qualities…enrolled at Miami for the spring semester…described by his coach as "a once in a lifetime type of player"…led Monte Vista to two consecutive North Coach Section 3A East Bay championships…passed for 2,825 yards and 37 touchdowns in 2002 while completing 61 percent (167 of 282) of his passes with only four interceptions…rushed for 313 yards and five touchdowns…as a junior in 2001: completed 183 of 302 (60.6 %) for 3,100 yards and 29 touchdowns with six interceptions and rushed for eight touchdowns…the 2002-03 Gatorade National High School Football Player of the Year (recognizing athletic achievement, overall character and academic achievement)…a Parade All-American…a Second Team selection on the USA Today All-America Team…the SuperPrep National Player of the Year…rated the nation's No. 1 player on Allen Wallace's SuperPrep Elite 50…the nation's No. 1 quarterback by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No. 1 player in the Far West by Allen Wallace's SuperPrep…the No. 2 player in the nation by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the nation's No. 2 quarterback by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report…the nation's No. 3 player on The Insiders.com Top 100…a First Team selection on The Insiders.com All-America Team…the nation's No. 5 player on the Rivals100 National Top 100…a member of the Palm Beach Post National Top 50…a two-time All-League, All-Area and All-Bay Area selection…chose Miami over Southern California and Texas…maintained a 3.1 grade-point average at Monte Vista High…graduated high school in December of 2002…developed a program for 4th grade students called "Wright Step" (Stop, Think, Evaluate and Put into action) to help teach children how to make smart life decisions…coached by Craig Bergman.

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