Beauvior ready to make his mark at NMMI

During his redshirt season this past fall, New Mexico Military CB Hersinne Beauvior (5-11, 195) made a name for himself by practicing hard and working on the fundamentals. As he prepares for the start of spring football with the Mustangs, the talented defensive back prospect told what he's been working on and what he hopes to accomplish this year...

Beauvior, who is Haitian, grew up in the states of Florida and Georgia, but after graduating from high school, he headed to a prep school in North Carolina to work on his academics as well as his football skills.

"After I finished up prep school, I signed with Valdosta State," Beauvior told recently. "When I got there though, I knew I could play at a higher level, so I left and headed out here to New Mexico Military and I redshirted last fall.

"Recruiting really hasn't gotten started for me, but my coaches and I talked about things and they feel that in the spring, if I have a good spring, and that's my plan, but they feel like I will get a lot of attention after that gets started.

"Right now I'm training like I'm at the bottom. I always motivate myself that way, like I don't have anything and the only way I will get it is to work and work and work."

As a prep in Georgia, Beauvior was an All-State running back at the 5A level, but he felt like his future was at defensive back.

"I loved defense, but I was good at offense too," Beauvior said. "I'm quick, I read the ball well and I break on passes quickly.

"I'm working on my backpedal getting quicker and using my fundamentals to get better."

Beauvior is on pace to finish his AA in December and he will have three to play three wherever he ends up.

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