Game Statistics

League of Legends
Summoner Name Rank Additional Profile Link Best Division Main Role Secondary Role Main Champion Off Champion Current Division
Kobin Diamond IV Other Accounts: FixMyBladePls and Korbean Diamond IV Jungle ADC Ekko, Lee Sin, Kha Zix, Kayn I play a wide pool for jungle. Platinum III
Tournament History

OCHSEL Season 1 League of Legends Winners (Rebranded to NASEF)

Computer Specifications

Processor: Intel Core i7-7700K
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
Memory: G.Skill 32GB (4x8GB)
Motherboard: ASUS STRIX Z270E GAMING
Storage: Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB

General Information
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High School
Fountain Valley High School
School City
Fountain Valley
School State
Guidance Counselor
Clint Walters
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California Distinguished School
Major Category
Computer and Information Sciences
Computer and Information Sciences, General
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FVHS Track & Field Team (9-11) Long Jump: 18' 8 feet (Official Meet). 20' 4 (Unofficial PR). Triple Jump: 37' 3.75 feet. 110m Hurdles: 17.7 seconds. 300m Hurdles: 44.78 seconds.
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Personal Highlights

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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play esports in college?

I've always loved competing. Whether it be in track & field during my freshman to sophomore year or competing with friends for League of Legends. This would be one of my main motivators for playing esports in college. Scholarship opportunities are another big one as college debt and student loans to desired schools are tremendous.

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 manage the esports program at Fountain Valley High School for all the games we are playing; I focus mainly on the League of Legends side of things, but am heavily involved in all games. This includes finding scrim partners for them, scheduling their games, managing gear, fundraising, etc. Currently, there are about 250 students on the discord server that I created along with my team who helps to run esports alongside me. In game, I'm the main shot caller for our varsity League of Legends team. So far we've won one championship under the OCHSEL which is now rebranded to NASEF.

Outside of the game, I coach on the side for the Fountain Valley track and field team. I competed with them for 3 years, but I ultimately quit the sport to manage my role at esports to balance school life, esports life, and my social life.

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?

Currently, I'm taking 3 AP classes (I took more in previous years as well) and did track and field as a varsity long and triple jumper and hurdler for 3 years. I traded in my track life to commit myself to building a foundation for our new esports program that was established last year (2018). I mainly focus on academics during the week and go to the gym to stay fit as I no longer have track in my life. Weight lifting and running help me stay at ease and fit as well. During the weekends, I have more time to practice League of Legends with my team and dedicate a few hours to that.

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

I try and go out a least once a month to do community service, usually somewhere coastal like a beach clean up or a wetlands clean up. If I'm not doing a clean up, I try and help my peers whenever I'm able to whether it's academics, gaming, or just help in general.

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