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Prior to beginning his business career, Maty played Football four years and graduated from the University of Missouri as a quarterback, where in he led the Tigers to their best two seasons back to back in the history of their football program (23-5). He played in the Cotton Bowl and the Citrus Bowl, defeating Oklahoma State (Big 8) and the Universityof Minnesota (Big 10). Maty’s team won two SEC East Championships and played in two SEC Championship games in Atlanta, Georgia vs. Auburn and Alabama. He graduated and transferred to play his final season at Eastern Kentucky University, where a shoulder injury cut his career short. He graduated from Kenton High School (OH) where he started at Quarterback and led his team to four straight Western Buckeye League Championships. His team played in the State Championship game in 2012. He was named Ohio’s Mr. Football in 2012, O Save & Exit hio’smost prestigious award in High School football and was the Gatorade Player of the year his junior and senior year. He was also named a Sports Illustrated and Parade All-American while in high school. He also played in the Ohio-North Game, the longest consecutive running Football All-Star game in the country. He holds several NationalHigh School passing records. He lettered four years in Basketball, scoring over 1,300 points. He also lettered Four years in Track and Field, competing in the State Meet three years. He still holds the school record for Long Jump. Maty has two brothers and a sister. All of them are in Education and both of his brothers coach High School football. Maty resides in Springfield, Missouri with his wife, Danielle.
E. Hawkins earned many awards during his high school career as a multi-sport athlete. Starting with basketball his Jr year in high school, E. Hawkins was awarded All-conference player of the year, team runner up as Co-MVP and was awarded Multiple awards for the Leflore County tournament in Oklahoma. E. Hawkins was a stand out player in football playing for the Spiro Bulldogs out of Spiro, OK. E. Hawkins was a started for the Varsity football as a jr racking up over 1,000 rushing yards as a junior after his 6th game of the season when he reached his 1,000 yard mark, his football name changed from E. Hawkins to “Dat Workhorse” taking his team to the playoffs but lost first round. In 2010 The Start of E. Hawkins senior year as a Spiro bulldog, E. Hawkins was the highlight of the season and his conference as he had multiple D-1 coach and offers waiting at his door step. As his senior year, E. Hawkins led his school, the conference, and the county in rushing finishing his season with 1,786 rushing yard on 185 attempts averaging 9.5 yards a carry.. , 300+ receiving yards and 35 touchdowns. And taking his team to the 3 round of the 2010 state playoff since 2003. E. Hawkins won many awards his senior year such as ; Offensive Player of the Year, 2010 MVP, All-conference player, All-state player, All- district player of the year and the list goes on. E. Hawkins got invited to many all star game but turned them down because of the invite to the 2010 All State football game. Where the best of the best of the state of Oklahoma is all classes met up in one game. During that game E. Hawkins rushed for 135 on 13 attempts with 2 touch downs still stunning the fans and scouts. E. Hawkins chose to take the route of Jr college as his first choice of college. While at NEO A&M E. Hawkins redshirted his first year, then Played his Redshirt Sophomore year with playing only a few games of the season.. when it came to his Red shirt Jr year, E Hawkins was back in the headlines having multiple 100+ rushing yards a game. Then E. Hawkins transferred To Missouri Valley college for his 2014 and 2015 season. In 2015 as a senior E. Hawkins was the man earning his name “dat workhorse” back. Breaking and setting college records as a running back.. E. Hawkins finished the season off with 1200 rushing yards, on 235 carries.. also E. Hawkins set the new college record for the most rushing yards in a game with 319 yards on 27 carries with 3 touchdowns. E. Hawkins also set the record for the most yards after contact.. E. Hawkins was awarded many awards from his 2015 season; 2015 offensive player of the year, MVP, New comer award and was Runner up for the MVC all American player. E Hawkins then got invited to the Senior bowl, and the all college bowl but was un able to play due to an injury. E. Hawkins then continued his career past college.. with the invite to the 2015 NFL combine. And the NFL pro day.. and is still striving for his dream. And also He now has devoted himself to developing areas Football talent at Higher Power Athletics as a personal development Coach.