There’s something different about David Amerson(Dudley HS/N.C. State) and it’s a good thing!

Posted by Andy Durham on August 27, 2012 at 2:05 pm under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

There is something different about N.C. State cornerback David Amerson from Dudley High School and it is all good and here is a good/great read about David, from J.P. Giglio at the News and Observer, out of Raleigh….Loads/lots of great info here with David being born in Hawaii, comments from former teammate Major Bryant and David’s brother Noah stepping up and making things right, after losing out on a promising football career….We’ll give you few cuts from Mr. Giglio to get it rolling and then you can Click On to read all and don’t miss it, this is a good one….

from J.P. Giglio News and…..

When David Amerson was born in Honolulu in 1991, the second son to Efland Amerson and Tawanna Taylor, the doctor who delivered Amerson swaddled the baby boy and handed him to his father.

“This child will be very special,” the doctor said to Efland Amerson.

When he(David Amerson) goes back to Greensboro, where he played basketball and football at Dudley High School, his friends see the same quiet, humble kid who left three years ago.

“Honestly, he’s still the same,” said Major Bryant, one of Amerson’s best friends and former teammates. “You see him on TV, and people ask me if he’s ever going to change, but he’s just a real humble guy.”

On David’s older brother Noah:

Noah Amerson’s football career, and life, got derailed before he could get that far. He made the wrong choices, ran with the wrong crowd after he left high school in Hawaii and moved to Greensboro. A series of drug and gun charges sent Noah to a Guilford County prison in 2010, where he served 16 months.

“I made mistakes,” Noah, 26, said. “Now, I’m living my dreams through my brother.”

The brothers have leaned on each other and drawn inspiration. Noah Amerson has a job in construction in Greensboro. His life is on the right track and he credits his younger brother with helping him stay focused and straightening out his life.

“I love him,” Noah said. “He has been a blessing to me.”

This is one of the best reads you’ll find anywhere on David Amerson, Dudley HS, N.C. State and the word on a young man done good……CLICK HERE and you are there with J.P. Giglio and you can have it all today…..

Click again here and it will be like two interceptions in the same game…..

A first-class read from J.P. Giglio of the News and Observer in Raleigh and formerly of the Daily Tar Heel in Chapel Hill……

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