BCS Senior Jace Yerty Plays In Blue-Grey All-American Game In Dallas

Senior Jace Yerty played in the Blue-Grey High School All-American Football game in the AT&T Cowboy Stadium this past weekend.  
Despite Covid, over 7,000 football athletes from across America spent last June and July competing for former NFL players and coaches.  One hundred players made the MLK Day celebration roster for the January 18thgame.
Jace was very honored to represent Briarcrest Christian School and the State of Tennessee in the East vs. West matchup.
Jace led the East team with six pass receptions for 72 yards!  His East squad defeated the West 25-24.  The East was coached by former Green Bay Packer Kenneth Stills.
“Playing for Coach Stills and Team East in in the Cowboys Stadium was one of the best experiences of my life,” Yerty explained.  “Team East had three amazing quarterback and a gigantic offensive line to protect them,” my BCS Saints helmet for the last time on MLK day in the AT&T facility that ranks #1 in indoor sports facilities in the world,” said Yerty.  Congrats Jace!  Go Saints!