Lamont Brown loves to play.
Franklin Okpala always looks to make a difference.
Caitlin Hammerstein is a star on the soccer field and in the classroom.
Skyler Petroski has had plenty of reasons to celebrate.
Everybody loved him. Why wouldn’t they? Nelson Agholor was a superstar at the University of Southern California, ending his career there with more than 3,500 all-purpose yards and 24 touchdowns in his career with the Trojans.
He expected them to be good.
It seemed like it would last forever, at least long enough for the Eagles to bring home a Lombardi Trophy and set off the kind of party in Philadelphia that the entire world would talk about.
When he was a freshman, Hassan Ali saw himself as “scrawny.”
The athlete in Jaquan Amos wanted to go to a school where he could play the highest level possible.
Ke’Airah Massiah didn’t play organized basketball until eighth grade, but this year she scored her 1,000th point at Benjamin Rush High School.