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Originally selected with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers out of Florida State, Winston joins the Black and Gold after spending his first five seasons with the Buccaneers.The Hueytown, Al. native appeared in 72 games with 70 starts for the Buccaneers, completing 1,563-of-2,548 passes (61.3%) for 19,737 yards with 121 touchdown passes, 88 interceptions and an 86.9 passer rating, while adding 1,044 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns and being named to the Pro Bowl in 2015 following his rookie season.
NFL CAREER – Originally selected with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers out of Florida State, Winston joins the Black and Gold after spending his first five seasons with the Buccaneers.The Hueytown, Al. native appeared in 72 games with 70 starts for the Buccaneers, completing 1,563-of-2,548 passes (61.3%) for 19,737 yards with 121 touchdown passes, 88 interceptions and an 86.9 passer rating, while adding 1,044 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns and being named to the Pro Bowl in 2015 following his rookie season. Over the past five seasons, Winston has set numerous Buccaneer's passing records including both the franchise's career and single-season marks in passing yards and touchdown passes. In 2019, Winston posted career-highs in passing yards (5,109), touchdown passes (33), completions (380), and yards-per-attempt (8.2). During a two-game stretch in wins in Weeks 14 and 15, Winston tossed for 456 and 458 yards, becoming the only player in NFL history to pass for 450 yards in consecutive contests. Winston's NFL-best 5,109 passing yards was the eighth-highest total in NFL record books, as he became only the eighth passer to reach 5,000 yards passing.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by New Orleans to a one-year contract, 4/28/20; Reinstated, 9/25/18; Fifth-year team option exercised, 4/17/18; Signed by Tampa Bay to a four-year contract, 5/1/15; Selected by Tampa Bay in the first round (1st overall) of 2015 NFL Draft.
HONORS –2019: NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 4); FedEx Air Player of the Week (Week 4). 2016: NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 1); FedEx Air Player of the Week (Week 1); Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the Week (Week 13). 2015: Pro Bowl; Pepsi Rookie of the Year; NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (November); Pepsi Rookie of the Week (Weeks 2, 5 & 11); FedEx Air Player of the Week (Week 11).
2019 – Started all 16 games, completing 380-of-626 passes (60.7 pct.), for 5,109 yards (8.2 avg.), with 33 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in his final season with the Bucs. Posted career-highs and franchise records in passing yards (5,109), 300-yard passing games (11) touchdown passes (33), completions (380), attempts (626). Winston's NFL-best 5,109 passing yards was the eighth-highest total in NFL record books, as he became only the eighth passer to reach 5,000 yards passing. Posted 8.16 yards per attempt in 2019, second-highest in team history…In win at Carolina, Sept.12, completed 16-of-25 passes for 208 yards, with one touchdown and a 103.4 rating…Vs. N.Y. Giants, Sept. 22, completed 23-of-37 passes for 380 yards, with three touchdowns, an interception and a 112.4 rating…In 55-40 win at L.A. Rams, Sept. 29, where Bucs set club scoring record, completed 28-of-41 passes for 385 yards, with four touchdowns, one interception and a 120.5 rating…At New Orleans, Oct. 6, completed 15-of-27 passes for 204 yards, with two touchdowns and a 104.6 rating…At Seattle, Nov. 3, completed 29-of-44 passes for 335 yards, with two touchdowns and a 103.9 rating…In a win vs. Arizona, Nov. 10, completed 30-of-48 passes for 358 yards, with a touchdown and two interceptions. In the fourth quarter with Arizona ahead 27-23, completed a pass for a 49-yard gain to Chris Godwin that set up a go-ahead touchdown…In a win vs. Atlanta, Nov. 24, completed 18-of-28 passes for 313 yards, with three touchdowns, two interceptions and a 108.2 rating…Winston's 13 consecutive games with a touchdown pass from 12/23/18-11/24/19, tied for the second-longest streak in team history...In a win at Jacksonville, Dec. 1, completed 21-of-38 passes for 268 yards…Vs. Indianapolis, Dec. 8, completed 33-of-45 passes for 456 yards, with four touchdowns, three interceptions and a 107.3 rating. The 277 first-half passing yards was the fifth-most in a single half in team history and the 456 passing yards was the fourth-most in a game in team history…In a win at Detroit, Dec. 15, completed 28-of-42 passes for 458 yards, with four touchdowns, one interception and a 124.9 rating. The 308 first-half passing yards was the third-most in a single half in team history and the 458 passing yards was the third-most in a game in team history. 2018 – Started nine-of-11 games played, completing 244- of-378 passes (64.6 pct.), for 2,992 yards, with 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, for a passer rating of 90.2…Made season debut in Week 4 at Chicago, Sept. 30, coming on in relief of Ryan Fitzpatrick in the second half, completing 16-of-20 passes (80.0%) for 145 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions…At Atlanta, Oct. 14, completed 30-of-41 passes (73.1 pct.) for 395 yards, with four touchdowns and two interceptions, for a 115.4 rating. Also rushed five times for 31 yards…In an overtime win against Cleveland, Oct. 21, totaled 420 yards of offense (365 passing yards, a career-high 55 rushing yards). In final overtime drive, completed two-of-three passes for 21 yards to set up a game-winning field goal…Came on in relief of starter Fitzpatrick at N.Y. Giants, Nov. 18, leading four consecutive touchdown drives, finishing the game going 12-of-16 (75.0 pct.) for 199 yards (12.4 avg.), with two touchdowns and an interception, for a passer rating of 129.9. Winston's interception came on a Hail Mary attempt with under 30 seconds remaining in the game. Prior to that point, Winston had a 158.3 passer rating. With his totals from the Giants game, Winston tied Vinny Testaverde for the most second-most passing touchdowns in team history and eclipsed Trent Dilfer for the third-most passing yards in team history…Started against San Francisco, Nov. 25, completed 29-of-38 passes (76.3 pct.) for 312 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions, for a passer rating of 117.4. With his totals against San Francisco, eclipsed Vinny Testaverde for the second-most passing touchdowns in team history…Against Carolina, Dec. 2, completed 20-of-30 passes for 249 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions, for a 114.4 rating, marking his third consecutive game with a passer rating over 100. With his totals against Carolina, he became Tampa Bay's franchise leader in touchdown passes, surpassing Josh Freeman, and he eclipsed Freeman for the second-most passing yards in team history…Threw two touchdowns against New Orleans, Dec. 9…At Dallas, Dec. 23, completed 34-of-48 passes (70.8 pct.) for 338 yards with one touchdown for a 97.2 rating…Completed 22-of-35 passes (62.9 pct.) for 345 yards with four touchdowns and one interception, for a passer rating of 121.7 against Atlanta, Dec. 30. 2017 – Started all 13 games he played in, completing 282- of-442 passes (63.8 pct.) for 3,504 yards, with 19 touchdowns and 11 interceptions, for a passer rating of 92.2…In a 29-7 win over Chicago, Sept. 17, completed 18-of-30 passes (60.0 pct.) for 204 yards, with one touchdown, for a passer rating of 91.5…Completed 28-for-40 passes (70.0) for 328 yards and two touchdowns at Minnesota, Sept. 24…In a win against N.Y. Giants, Oct. 1, completed 22-of-38 passes for 332 yards and three touchdowns, for a passer rating of 113.0. Completed five-of-five passes for 54 yards and converted a first down with his legs on a seven-yard run to help set up a game-winning 34-yard field goal as time expired…Completed 26-of-46 passes for 334 yards and one touchdown for a rating of 86.7 vs. New England on Thursday Night Football, Nov. 5. 225 of his passing yards came in the fourth quarter, the second-most in any quarter in team history, trailing his own record of 238 set in 2015 (fourth quarter at Rams, Dec. 17, 2015). Winston's 225 fourth quarter passing yards are the most by any quarterback since Winston's own mark in 2015…At Arizona, Oct. 15, completed 5-of-10 passes for 61 yards before exiting (shoulder)…Completed 32-of-44 passes (72.7 pct.) for 384 yards and three touchdowns, for a passer rating of 112.3 at Buffalo, Oct. 22…Started against Carolina, Oct. 29, throwing for 210 yards…At New Orleans, Nov. 5, went-7-of-13 for 67 yards in the first half, but did not play in the second half due to a shoulder injury. Despite not playing in the second half, Winston's totals brought his career passing yards over 10,000, in just his 40th game. Only the eighth player in NFL history to do so, joining Marc Bulger, Kirk Cousins, Andrew Luck, Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Matthew Stafford and Kurt Warner. Was second youngest player to ever reach 10,000 passing yards, trailing Drew Bledsoe…Returned at Green Bay, Dec. 3, completing 21-of-32 passes (65.6 pct.) for 270 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions, for a 112.8 passer rating…Started against Detroit, Dec. 10, completing 26- of-38 passes (68.4 pct.) for 285 yards, with two touchdowns. Winston's totals against Detroit had him pass Drew Bledsoe for the ninth-most passing yards by a player through their first three seasons in NFL history…On Monday Night Football against Atlanta, Dec. 18, completed 27-of-35 passes (77.1 pct.) for 299 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions, for a 130.5 passer rating. Winston's 77.1 completion percentage is the highest by a Buccaneers quarterback since 2013 (Mike Glennon. 87.0 vs. Atlanta, Nov. 17, 2013). Winston now has 67 career passing touchdowns, passing Cam Newton and Matt Ryan for the eighth most passing touchdowns by a player through their first three seasons in NFL history…At Carolina, Dec. 24, Winston completed 21-of-27 passes (77.8 pct.) for 367 yards and a touchdown, for a 131.1 passer rating. Winston's 77.8 completion percentage is the highest single-game mark in his career and his 131.1 passer rating is the second-highest of his career (131.6 at Philadelphia, Nov. 22, 2015). Winston is the first quarterback to complete at least 75 percent of his passes in consecutive games since the 2010 season (Josh Freeman, 12/26/10 vs. Seattle 1/2/11 at New Orleans). With his totals at Carolina, Winston passed Brad Johnson for the fifth-most passing yards in franchise history…In a Week 17 win against New Orleans, Dec. 31, threw for 363 yards, including a game-winning 39- yard touchdown to WR Chris Godwin with under 10 seconds remaining. He also had a career-high 32 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. With his totals in Weeks 16-17, Winston becomes the only player in franchise history to post consecutive games with at least 350 passing yards. Winston finished the year with six games of 300 or more passing yards, at the time the most such games in a single season in franchise history. Winston's totals at New Orleans had him pass Cam Newton, Andy Dalton and Dan Marino for the third most passing yards by a player through their first three seasons in NFL history, trailing only Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning. 2016 – Finished tied for seventh in the National Football League with 28 touchdown passes and ranked 12th in passing yards, with 4,090…Started all 16 games, completing 345- of-567 passes for 4,090 yards, with 28 touchdowns and 18 interceptions…At Atlanta, Sept. 11, completing 23-of-32 passes (71.9 pct.) for 281 yards, with four touchdowns and an interception, for a 125.1 rating. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week…Vs. L.A. Rams, Sept. 25, completed 36-of-58 pass attempts (62.1 pct.) for 405 yards and three touchdowns, with a 93.0 rating.…Rushed for a seven-yard touchdown vs. Denver, Oct. 2, the seventh of his career, second-most by a quarterback in team history…At Carolina, Oct. 10, in his first career Monday Night Football game, completed 18-of-30 passes for 219 yards and one touchdown for a rating of 93.6. Recorded his first game-winning drive of the season at Carolina, leading an 11-play, 66-yard drive that ended with a 38-yard game-winning field goal, giving Tampa Bay a 17-14 prime time victory…At San Francisco, Oct. 23, Winston went 21-of-30 for 269 yards with three touchdowns and one interception, for a rating of 117.2…Threw two touchdown passes with no interceptions against Oakland, Oct. 30…On Thursday Night Football against Atlanta, Nov. 3, completed 23-of-37 passes (62.2 pct.) for 261 yards and three touchdowns, with zero interceptions, for a rating of 110.3…Against Chicago, Nov. 13, completed 23-of-33 passes (69.7 pct.) for 2,349 yards, with two touchdowns, for a 107.1 rating. Winston's first touchdown pass against Chicago brought his career total to 40. At 22 years and 312 days old, he is the youngest player in NFL history to throw for 40 touchdowns…Completed 24-of-39 passes (61.5 pct.) for 331 yards and one touchdown for a rating of 97.3 in a win at Kansas City, Nov. 20. Winston's consecutive games with 300 or more passing yards are the first time in career…Helped lead the team to its fifth road victory of the season at San Diego, Dec. 4, completing 20-of-30 passes (66.7 pct.) for 280 yards with one touchdown and one interception, for a 93.8 rating. Credited with his fifth career game-winning drive in the win over San Diego, helping lead the team to 11 fourth-quarter points, overcoming a 21-17 deficit entering the final period…Winston recorded a passer rating over 90 in five consecutive games (Weeks 9-13)…In a win over New Orleans, Dec. 11, completed 16-of-26 passes (61.5 pct.) for 184 yards…Threw for 247 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday Night Football at Dallas, Dec. 18…At New Orleans, Dec. 24, threw for 277 yards and two touchdowns…Led a game-winning drive against Carolina, 1/1/17, driving the team 74 yards, connecting with Mike Evans with 3:13 left in fourth quarter. Finished the game going 20-of-35 for 202 yards, with one touchdown and an interception. 2015 – Started all 16 games, finishing season with a 84.2 rating, going 312-of-535 for 4,042 yards with 22 touchdowns and 15 interceptions…Also rushed 54 times for 213 yards and six touchdowns…Made NFL debut vs. Tennessee and finished the day against Tennessee, Sept. 13, completing 16-of-33 passes for 210 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions…Connected with Austin-Seferian Jenkins on both touchdown passes, his first-career scoring toss being for five yards and the second for 41 yards…At New Orleans Sept. 20, finished the game going 14-of-21 for 207 yards and one touchdown, for a 114.6 rating – the fifth-highest regular-season mark by a rookie in team history and rushed for a touchdown, the first of his pro career in the regular season…At Houston Sept. 27, finished going 17-of-36 for 261 yards for one touchdown and one interception…Against Carolina, Oct. 4, finished with then-career high in attempts (43), completions (26) and passing yards (287), while tying his then-career high in passing touchdowns (two)…Vs. Jacksonville, Oct. 11, completed 13 of 19 passes for 209 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions, earning a 122.5 rating, the fourth-highest single-game mark by a rookie in team history…At Washington, Oct. 25, finished the game going 21- of-29 for 297 yards and two touchdowns, including a 40-yard scoring pass to Evans on the third offensive play of the game. His passing yards tied for fourth-most ever by a Buccaneers rookie and his passer rating set the third-best mark by a rookie in team history…At Atlanta, Nov. 1, finished the day going 16-of-29 for 177 yards with one touchdown, as well as rushing three times for 24 yards and one touchdown, including a career-long 21-yard scramble in third quarter that set up his four-yard rushing touchdown three plays later. Led first career game-winning drive, beating the Falcons in overtime after leading the team on a 15-play, 68-yard drive that ended with a 31-yard field goal for the 23-20 lead, becoming only the third rookie quarterback in team history to lead the team to an overtime victory. With second career rushing touchdown at Atlanta Nov. 11, leads Buccaneers rookie quarterbacks for the most rushing touchdowns in franchise history…Against New York Giants, Nov. 8, went 19-of-36 for 247 yards while throwing no interceptions and recording three rushes for 24 yards, including a 10-yard scramble into the end zone for his third rushing touchdown of the season…Vs. Dallas, Nov. 15, completed 22-of-39 passes for 264 yards with two interceptions, as well as recording three rushes for three yards, including a one-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter to win the game. Game-winning drive marked his first career fourth-quarter comeback and the team's first this season…Ended the day at Philadelphia, Nov. 22, going 19-of-29 for 246 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions, including four touchdown passes in the first half, marking the most in a first half in team history and tied for the most in a first half in NFL this season. His five passing touchdowns are tied for the most in a single game by a rookie since the 1970 NFL merger and also tied the franchise single-game record…At Indianapolis, Nov. 29, finished going 20-of-36 for 245 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and established franchise record for passing yards by a rookie, with 2,650…Against Atlanta, Dec. 6, completed 18-of-27 passes for 227 yards with one touchdown and one interception, as well as recording five rushes, which included a five-yard rushing touchdown and a 20-yard rush to convert on third-and-19 on what would be the game-winning drive. Led the team on a 12-play, 80-yard drive to win the game against Atlanta, marking the third gamewinning drive of his career and his second career fourth-quarter comeback drive. He is also one of only nine quarterbacks this season to direct at least three game-winning drives, and is the only rookie to do so, per data compiled by Pro Football Reference…Against New Orleans, Dec. 13, went 18-of-32 for 182 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions…At St. Louis, Dec. 17, finished going 29-of-50 for a career-high 363 yards with two touchdowns – his 363 passing yards are the second-most by a rookie in team history. Led the team on a 98-yard touchdown drive at St. Louis, tied for the longest drive in team history. Threw for 238 yards in the fourth quarter at St. Louis, the most in any quarter in franchise history and the most by a quarterback in the fourth quarter since 2012 Eli Manning, 243 passing yards vs. Tampa Bay, Sept. 16, 2012. His fourth-quarter passing yardage is the most in any quarter since Aaron Rodgers in 2014 (242 yards, second quarter vs. Chicago)…Against Chicago, Dec. 27, went 15-of-29 for 295 yards and two touchdowns with one interception…At Carolina, Jan. 3, finishing 29-of-47 for 325 yards, while adding 14 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown - marking his second 300-yard game of the year and the third-most passing yardage in a single game by a Buccaneers rookie.
COLLEGE – In his two seasons at the helm in Tallahassee, Winston posted a 27-1 record as a starter, became only the second freshman to win the Heisman Trophy in 2013 and led the Seminoles to back-to-back 13-0 regular seasons as well as a victory over Auburn in the 2014 BCS National Championship where he was named the game's Offensive MVP. Finished his college career with 7,964 passing yards, 65 touchdown passes and a 163.3 rating. In 2014, started 13 games, completing 305-of-467 passes (65.3 pct.) for 3,907 yards with 25 touchdowns and 18 interceptions…Also rushed 57 times for 65 yards and three touchdowns…Helped lead Florida State to their second-consecutive undefeated regular season and ACC Championship, while earning a berth in the first-ever College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl…Led the ACC in passing yards (3,907) passing yards per game (300.5), attempts (467), completions (305) and completion percentage (65.3)…Set a Florida state record with 305 completions, while his 3,907 passing yards are the third-most in a single season in school history…Ranked sixth in the NCAA in passing yards (3,907) and eighth in yards per game (300.5)…Named first-team All-ACC by league coaches and media…A finalist for the Manning Award and a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien, Maxwell and Walter Camp Player of the Year Awards…Led the NCAA with four game-winning fourth-quarter drives in 2014, including the biggest comeback in school history at Louisville, where he passed for a season-high 401 yards and threw three second-half touchdowns to overcome a 21-0 deficit…In 2013, started 14 games, completing 257-of-384 passes (66.9 pct.) for 4,057 yards with 40 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Also rushed 88 times for 219 yards and four touchdowns…Winner of the 2013 Heisman…At 19 years, 342 days old, was the youngest player to ever win the Heisman, and was only the second freshman to do so…Won the Davey O'Brien and Manning Awards, while placing as a finalist for the Maxwell Award…Named ACC Offensive Player of the Year, ACC Rookie of the Year and ACC Offensive Rookie of the year…The first freshman in the history of the conference to earn ACC Player of the Year…Set the ACC record, the Florida State record and the NCAA freshman record for touchdown passes (40), while breaking the NCAA freshman record for passing yards (4,057)…A first-team All-ACC selection and a consensus All-American…Led Florida State to a 14-0 record, an ACC Championship and the 2013 BCS National Championship…Named offensive MVP of the national championship game, throwing for 237 yards and two touchdowns, including leading a seven-play, 80-yard drive that culminated in a two-yard touchdown pass to give Florida State the lead with only 13 seconds remaining…Earned ACC Championship Game MVP honors…Helped lead an offense that set the NCAA record for total points (723 – 51.6 ppg.), while also establishing school and conference records for total yards (7,267)…Named to All-ACC Academic Team…Redshirted as a true freshman in 2012.
PERSONAL – Top quarterback prospect in class of 2012, rated a five-star quarterback by Scout and a four-star quarterback by Rivals, ESPN and 247Sports…No. 14 on the ESPNU 150 and No. 1 quarterback nationally, No. 5 player regionally and No. 1 player in Alabama…Named to the 2012 USA Football National Team (U19) for the 2012 International Bowl…USA Today 2011 All-USA first-team All-American, 2012 Parade All-American, SI.com second-team All-American, ESPNHS first-team All-American and Under Armour All-American…Co-MVP of the Elite 11 national quarterback challenge in Malibu, California…MVP in the Under Armour All-American Game…2011 Gatorade Alabama Football Player of the Year and Alabama Sports Writers Association's Class 5A Back of the Year as a senior…A four-year starter at Hueytown (Al.) HS who totaled 6,871 passing yards and 67 touchdowns, with 25 interceptions, while adding 2,912 rushing yards and 35 touchdowns…As senior, completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,424 yards and 28 touchdowns, rushing for 1,065 yards and 15 touchdowns, leading Hueytown to a 13-1 record and the Class 5A state semifinals…Played baseball in both high school and college and was selected in the 15th round with the 486th overall pick by the Texas Rangers in the 2012 MLB first-year player draft…Winston was one of the Buccaneers most active community members and plans to do the same in New Orleans, regularly donating his offseason time to supporting causes in the Tampa Bay, Tallahassee, and the Birmingham communities…In October of 2017, launched Jameis Winston's Dream Forever Foundation, which has a mission to impact the lives of financially disadvantaged children and youth through encouragement, opportunities and resources to develop and achieve their dreams…Every December, has hosted the Famous Jameis Holiday Jamboree, surprising underprivileged children with gifts and engaging with fans during a community fun day and toy drive…Served as spokesperson and "Quarterback" for the team's Buccaneers Academy initiative…In 2016 and 2017, hosted the Jameis Winston ProCamp in Tampa and the Dream Forever Football Camp in Fairfield, Alabama for hundreds of youth football participants…In 2017, also hosted the Elite Championship Camp for youth in Tallahassee…Makes annual visits to Birmingham-area libraries, summer programs, hospitals and schools to share positive messages and lift spirits of children throughout his hometown community…Led the Buccaneers' efforts in the annual "Special Olympics Day" at Training Camp, engaging with athletes through football drills and activities every year…Hosted the "Dream Big Day" graduation celebration for fifth graders at Egypt Lake Elementary School, a Buccaneers Academy, in May, 2017…Has participated in the Buccaneers 2015, 2016 and 2017 Cut for a Cure, having his head shaved by pediatric cancer patients to raise funds and awareness for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation…Visited Lockhart Elementary in September, 2017 as they welcomed over 350 new students and teachers to spend the reminder of the year with them as they recovered from a recent school fire. Spoke to students about overcoming adversity and encouraging them to rally around their new classmates…In June 2016, visited victims of the Pulse night club shooting at Orlando Regional Medical Center…In June, 2016, participated in a surprise visit to the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club with WWE star Titus O'Neill and teammate Donovan Smith to share positive messages with the members and surprise kids with tickets to WWE Monday Night RAW…In 2016 and 2017, served as the celebrity starter for the "One Walk to Cure Diabetes" in downtown Tampa to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation…In 2015, visited patients battling injury and illness at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg…In 2015, congratulated students at Pinellas Park Middle School for winning the Fuel Up To Play 60 "Defend Your Turf Challenge" through a special assembly and P.E. class…In 2015, participated in games, arts and crafts, and activities with children at Metropolitan Ministries annual Fall Festival…In 2015, served lunch to more than 250 hungry and homeless men and women at Trinity Café…In 2015 and 2016, participated in the Back to Football luncheon to speak to local business leaders about the excitement for the season…In July 2015, went bowling with rookie or first-year firefighters and paramedics…In 2015, traveled to Jackson South Community Hospital in Miami to visit Dwayne Mitchell, a high school student battling a rare heart disease, to spend time with Mitchell and show support for the Mitchell family…In May, 2015, served as a celebrity guest at the Dick Vitale Gala in Sarasota to raise funds and awareness for cancer research…In May, 2015, visited wounded warriors recovering from injury and illness at James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital in Tampa…Born in Bessemer, Alabama, on January 6, 1994.