G’nite sports writer ready to run to future

Four years, five months and 27 days after I stepped foot on Grambling’s campus, there will be the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one.I have had a very interesting college experience, from dealing with financial aid to hanging out on the yard.
Being here at Grambling, I have experienced the highs and lows of life.

The highs include playing in my first Bayou Classic, meeting Coach Eddie G. Robinson and getting my first refund. Some of the lows included dealing with bad relationships and internal struggles.

I have a lot of people to thank. First of all, I have to thank God. Without Him I
would not be here.

Next, I thank former Grambling Head Coach Melvin Spears for giving me a scholarship. Had he not, I would probably be in the Navy now.

I would like to thank my parents – Steven and Rosalyn Knight – who have been there for me whether I needed advice or money. I would like to thank my sister Eueneke, who has been like a second mom to me.
Last but not least, I want to thank Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Dunn, Mr. Blakeney and Santoria Black. They have helped to make me a better person.