On March 14, everything changed for students across North Carolina. Schools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a result, the lives of student-athletes put on hold.
Nine days later, another announcement from the state that school- closing would extend until May 14.
Finally, on April 24, the Governor of North Carolina decided to shut down schools for the remainder of the school year.
Despite the negative news, our student-athletes are finding ways to work on their craft while maintaining respect for the virus responsible for this shutdown.
As we continue to navigate through this crisis, I'll profile some of our local athletes that are being resourceful and optimistic despite the obstacles.
Today, my interview with Metrolina's rising sophomore quarterback, Cameron Enos. Our conversation took place one day before the Governor's latest decision.
Enos is one of the most promising young quarterbacks in the county and is in good hands playing under Metrolina's head football coach, Thomas Langley.
Langley has coached some of the top county QBs over the years, including Ross Rushing, Rud Yearick, and, most recently, Angel Gonzalez.
Below, my conversation with the Metrolina quarterback.
Thanks to Noah Lazo for the great photos he took of Cameron used in the video.