JSerra all-league linebacker Jaden Genova finds ideal fit at Army

Jaden Genova’s suitable university destination included some hard-to-find top qualities.

The JSerra High elderly linebacker wanted to sign up with a band of brothers, discover amazing chances after university and serve his nation.

Genova discovered his instructions in Military, and signed a dedication letter with the U.S. Military Academy in New York on National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 3.

“The brotherhood is impressive,” Genova said of Army, “and also my possibilities after West Factor are countless.”

The academy’s mentioned goal is to “inform, train, and also influence the Corps of Cadets to ensure that each graduate is an appointed leader of character committed to the worths of Obligation, Honor, Country, as well as prepared for a career of specialist excellence as well as solution to the country as a police officer in the USA Military.”

Genova said his need to serve factored into his choice.

“It’s something that few get an opportunity to do,” he stated. “I have not felt it that long however it’s a strong feeling.”

Football-wise, Genova (6-0, 200) said he will certainly first go to the academy’s prep institution prior to signing up with the Black Knights. He was a first-team All-Trinity League choice in 2019 as a junior.

Army is coming off a 9-3 period and includes a few intriguing area gamers to watch in the future.

Los Alamitos elderly linebacker Tyler DeLeon (6-4, 235) dedicated in the loss and might team with Genova in the future. Last February, Cypress All-County running back Isaac Hurtado signed with the Black Knights.

Former Mater Dei offensive lineman Mason Kolinchak triggered the run of area gamers to West Factor in 2018. He will certainly be an elderly following season.

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