Senior profile: Isaiah Smith
Answer: I can play multiple positions if I’m asked to. I had to work hardest at being a better leader because I didn’t talk much or help kids a lot last year.
Q: What does it mean to you to be a Chieftain and what do you want your legacy to be?
A: To me, it’s one of the most honorable things to be. I want my legacy to be great and memorable like the class of 2009. I want people to remember me by how good of an athlete and leader I was.
Q: What are some of the ways that you show senior leadership to your underclassman teammates?
A: I help out the underclassmen with drills and answer any questions they may have.
Q: What other sports do you play, besides football, and what is your favorite sport and why?
A: Basketball and run track. Football is my favorite sport because of the brotherhood and memories.
Q: What are some of your top athletic accomplishments or memories?
A: I got the MVP award last year for football. I was district champion in high jump. Best memory was playing on Senior Night with my brother because it was his last game.
Q: What do you want to do when you are an adult, and why?
A: I don’t know yet.
Q: If you could meet one person from any era of history, who would it be and why?
A: Michael Jordan because he was so successful as an athlete.
Q: Who has had the greatest influence on your life, and why?
A: My mom because she is always there for me and helps me whenever I need it.
Q: Favorite college team?
A: Ohio State.
Q: Favorite movie?
A: Remember the Titans.