Game Statistics

BattleTag Rank Additional Profile Link Highest Rank Standard Highest Rank Wild Main Class
FreeFaller 7 - - 9 n/a Rogue/Hunter/Warlock
BattleTag Best Tier (Elo Rank) Best Skill Rating (SR) Role Primary Character Secondary Character External Profile Link
FreeFaller - - DPS, Support Ana, Hanzo, Zenyatta - -
Tournament History

HSEL Fall Majors 2018 CST Division (Hearthstone): 9th Place
HSEL Winter Open 2019 CST Division (Hearthstone): 2nd Place
HSEL Winter Open 2019 National Playoffs (Hearthstone): Quarterfinalist
HSEL Winter Open 2019 CST Division (Overwatch): 5th Place
HSEL Spring Majors 2019 CST Division (Hearthstone): 6th Place
HSEL Spring Majors 2019 National Playoffs (Hearthstone): 2nd Place National Champion
HSEL Spring Majors 2019 CST Division (Overwatch): 11th Place


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Lovejoy High School
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Randy Trevino
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Computer and Information Sciences
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
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Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Graphics
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Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Programming/Programmer, General
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My dream major would be in video game development and design. This is something that has interested me for a long time, and something that I think I would be good at and enjoy for the rest of my life.
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Personal Highlights
Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play esports in college?

Videogaming has been such a big part of my life for many years, and being able to continue my passion into college would be a tremendous opportunity for me. Since this is only an emerging area of interest, I would be honored to be able to compete on this new up and coming edge of competition.

Being a part of a competitive esports team can provide opportunities for leadership.Provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in and out of game.

I founded my school's high school team at the start of my sophomore year of high school, and I have been managing it ever since. I learned leadership skills by coordinating meetings and practices, as well as organizing the teams themselves and the people within them. Leading the meetings, assembling individual teams and keeping everyone accountable for their responsibilities has taught me much about what being a leader is both in the videogame world, and out.

Balancing academics, gaming performance and a healthy lifestyle are extremely important.How do you pursue a healthy balance of these factors in your esports career?

School and grades have always been a first priority for me along side my many other hobbies including videogaming. I've been a straight A student since elementary school, and balance gaming with orchestra and badminton. I have been playing the string bass for several years now, and have made Region Orchestra multiple times and competed in solo and ensemble competitions. As for badminton, I have been playing for about four years now, and although I only do it recreationally, I make it a point to practice at least once a week and to exercise every day.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I have been regularly volunteering at the local cat rescue shelter, North Texas Cat Rescue (NTCR). This has included helping clean the cages and maintain the health of the cats, as well as interacting with potential adopters to find homes. Helping the homeless kittens find good and loving homes is something that I am passionate about.

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