Pearson Bash is one of the most reliable kickers you will find anywhere. He simply gets the job done…time and time again. “I am a kicker with both a strong and accurate leg,” notes Pearson. “I have had a strong season and I felt like this was the best year I have had in my career.”
During the season Bash improved his leg strength and flexibility. This has helped to Increase his distance on both Kick offs and field goals. Without question Pearson Bash is one of the top kickers in the state and a player coaches should pay attention to at the next level.
Six Star —What camps did you attend this summer and what did you improve upon
Pearson — I went to a few kicking camps and training sessions in the summer. It was a good experience being able to meet some of the best specialist in the country. It showed me what I needed to work on this summer to take my game to the next level.
Six Star — What schools have shown interest
Pearson — I have had conversations with East Central University, University of Central Oklahoma, Midwestern State University, Southwestern State University, and Oklahoma State University.
Six Star — Most Influential Person
Pearson— My parents
Six Star — Most people don’t know this about me but
Pearson—I have a fear of heights.
Six Star — Pre Game Ritual
Pearson —Every game day I always listen to NBA young boy.
Six Star — Favorite Song
Pearson —My favorite song is Took My happiness away by NBA young boy.
Six Star — Favorite Class
Pearson —My favorite class in school is Anatomy
Six Star — What has been your best game
Pearson —My best game that I have had in my career was against Inola. I went 6/6 on Extra points and 3/3 on touch backs.
Six Star — My biggest accomplishment in the weight room
Pearson —My biggest weight room accomplishment was breaking the 300lb mark on Bench press.
Six Star — Teammate with big future
Pearson —There is 2 people that I could see being a college star so it is hard to decide one. But the 2 I could see is Jace Ward and Brendyn Harris. Both of them are great guys and freak athletes.
Six Star — Hardest working player
Pearson —The hardest working player on the team is Tyson Ward. Tyson is only a sophomore but he plays like a senior and is one of if not the toughest kid on the team. I am very excited to see what all he does in his career.
Six Star — Player to keep an eye one
Pearson —The player to keep an eye on is Zac Harwell. Zac is a Junior Safety with tremendous talent and athleticism. He is a player that is very under looked.