Chris Hummingbird ~ Kiowa

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Chris Hummingbird

Tribe: Kiowa

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College: Tulsa University

Position: Linebacker

Class: Freshman

Home town: Tahlequah, Okla

High school: Sequoyah HS

Career:
Tulsa – Was not on the roster last year, but attended classes at Tulsa . . . did not participate in spring drills . . . will be eligible to play in the fall semester . . . possesses good size and athletic ability.

High School – Was a four-year letterwinner and starter at Tahlequah Sequoyah High School . . . was on teams that posted a four-year overall record of 42-5 . . . was credited with 75 tackles, five sacks and two fumble recoveries as a senior . . . totaled 65 tackles in both his sophomore and junior seasons . . . also lettered four times in power-lifting and twice each in track and wrestling . . . placed fourth in the state wrestling meet as a senior in the 215 pound class . . . advanced to the state track meet as a senior in the shot put . . . was his class president . . . earned the GATES academic scholarship for college . . . high school football coach was Brent Scott.

Personal – Favorite sports movie is Remember the Titans . . . his favorite TV show is “Jersey Shore” . . . lists The Dewey Cox Story as his favorite movie . . . the Minnesota Vikings is his favorite NFL team, while Adrian Peterson is his favorite NFL player . . . Lebron James is his favorite pro athlete . . . the game show he would most like to appear on is “The Price is Right” . . . his best non-athletic talent is drawing . . . the three words he uses to best describe himself are “funny, smart, respectful” . . . the most impressive person he has ever met is St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford . . . the meal he most often prepares is scrambled eggs . . . the Bible is his favorite book . . . the youngest of three boys . . . mother is Karen Hummingbird . . . majoring in exercise sports science.

Source: NDNS Sports

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