SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Not only does San Marcos High School senior Brady Williams have a passion for basketball, he was a four year member on the varsity. But Brady says it more to him than just a game.
"Having a love for basketball, but also being able to represent my school. It's also about playing in front of my peers, and to play with my lifelong friends and teammates."
But Brady is more than just whiz on the basketball court. When hoops is not in season, you could find him cheering on the Knights at other events, as Brady was the president of the Blue Crew student section.
"Just to be in front of all my classmates and peers, and to just lead them was such an exhilarating thing. What we like to do is yell as loud as we can."
Now when Brady wasn't knocking down jump shots, or cheering on his Knights from the student section, he was volunteering with the Shooting Stars program.
"It's a special needs inclusive program, where we help and teach kids with special needs how to play basketball." He calls it a super cool experience. "It felt so real and genuine to be around these kids."
Now while his senior year ended a bit too soon, he's very excited to get his college career started at the University of Oregon.
"I hope it doesn't get canceled for the fall. I'm just just super excited to go away from San Diego and experience something different with new people."