Student Athlete of the Week: Caleb Williams

Sophomore quarterback Caleb Williams arrived at USC earlier this year with the hope to make it into a winning program.  Since then, he not only guided the Trojans into national prominence but made himself a front-runner for the 2022 Heisman Trophy.

Student Athlete of the Week: Kendall Hill

West Los Angeles College sophomore linebacker Kendall Hill competes and studies on a high level. Since his time at Dorsey high school, he has devoted himself to having a strong work ethic in all his endeavors. He noted how being committed to football is an important factor.

Student Athlete of the Week: Michael Wilson

Senior wide receiver Michael Wilson is one of the co-captains of the Stanford football team. At the start of the season, Wilson was placed on the Biletnikoff award watchlist. The Biletnikoff award is given annually to the most outstanding receiver in college football.

Student Athlete of the Week: Dorian Thompson-Robinson

UCLA senior quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson led the Bruins into national ranking after defeating LSU on September 4. He has made at least 50 percent of his passes in their first three games this season and has seven passing touchdowns as of September 21.

Student Athlete of the Week: Xavier Starnes

Xavier Starnes prides himself on being a student of the game and a defensive-minded basketball player. He leans on having a strong work ethic so his game will standout more than his 5’9” frame. Before he goes to bed, Starnes watches film. He currently studies NBA champion forward Giannis Antetokounmpo and his teammate Jrue Holiday along with Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul. A play he would like to mimic is Holiday’s lob to Antetokounmpo during the final seconds of game five of the NBA Finals. “I want to be the one to throw the lob to somebody like that,” Starnes

Student Athlete of the Week: Jayda Hamilton

During the quarantine last year, several student athletes were looking for ways to train and stay in shape. Jayda Hamilton, a recent graduate from Serra High School, was willing to put in the work to battle the competitive Southern Section to compete for a state championship. Her father purchased a conglomeration of equipment to help Hamilton train.