Jack Leons – The Best High School Quarterback You’ve Never Heard Of
Jack Leons of Niles West High School is garnering widespread acclaim, having recently been recognized by Instagram account The Checkdown as “the greatest high school quarterback you may not know of”.
FAMU has made strides to attract local talent this offseason and Leons is among its newest signings. FAMU plans on using Leons as both punter and kicker this fall.
Early Life and Education
Between birth and age eight is an especially crucial timeframe for brain development. At this age, children must be exposed to positive influences like stable relationships with both parents and high-quality education and care services, safe environments, and positive role models that provide stability.
Leon found success when he joined Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour in 1970, quickly drawing large audiences to his original songs such as Tight Rope, Stranger in a Strange Land (written by Leon but made popular by Cocker first), Delta Lady (which Leon wrote but Cocker made famous first) and Out In the Woods.
Leon continues his showbiz career in the Philippines through hosting Eat Bulaga! and writing the entertainment column De Leon’s Den for Manila Bulletin. Additionally, he appears in films and hosts television programs like Bangers for Viva Films and Teka Mona for ABC.
Leons is an extremely passionate athlete, capable of leading his Niles West Wolves team to victories against teams with much stronger stats on paper. According to his head coach, any school who recruits him will gain not only an incredible athlete, but also an invaluable person.
Leon is called in after the Carnegie Museum of Art bombing that killed one security guard, to help investigate. After interviewing museum director Jamal Hawkins and Pittsburgh Bureau of Police detective Joseph Pascazzi, Leon realizes the explosive used was similar to one from another mission and uses cross-referencing from personnel files at the museum to identify Mack Storm who recently relocated from St Louis.
Achievement and Honors
Leons was able to continue his football pursuit after graduating Niles West. A viral Instagram post by “The Checkdown,” labeling Leons the best high school quarterback you never knew about, went viral.
He has played an instrumental role in some of the major events within Resident Evil history. For instance, after Ark Thompson went missing, he was sent to investigate Umbrella’s Sheena Island facilities, as well as taking part in Sherry Birkin’s rescue mission on Saddlers Island.
Jack Krauser refused to hand over the sample as it could compromise US interests for an ongoing conspiracy; this angered Wesker who unleashed his monster onto the island.
Leon stands out with his strong work ethic, according to his head coach. Any school who receives him as part of their team would be lucky indeed!
His gospel-infused, Southern boogie piano rock blended seamlessly with country, blues and jazz genres for a distinctive sound that created him as an artist. His charismatic persona helped him amass an immense following.
Adla C. Leons, born in Wilkes-Barre and a member of St. George Orthodox Church in Allentown since her baptism there as an infant, passed away Saturday in The Phoebe Home in Allentown. Adla is survived by one son, one daughter and 16 grandchildren, her funeral will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Weber Funeral Home 502 Ridge Ave Allentown with visitation beginning at 10 am until service time; burial will then follow at Mount Olivet Cemetery Allentown.
Leon’s Frozen Custard in Oshkosh has been an icon since opening its doors 71 years ago, and according to its owner not much has changed besides paint — its original hue was pink and yellow!
He made his mark in music when he joined producer Phil Spector’s “Wall of Sound,” comprised of musicians such as drummer Hal Blaine, bassist Carol Kaye, and the Wrecking Crew – an exceptional group comprised of exceptionally gifted musicians from different musical disciplines.
Aretha Franklin, Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra were among the household names he worked on hits for. Additionally he wrote for, arranged or toured with many popular artists of that era – his 1960s work was particularly well received while subsequent solo albums further cemented his standing within the industry.