Football and Beyond with Frank Gore

Frank Gore grew up in the heart of Coconut Grove Florida. He formerly played for South Miami Grey Ghosts Football team. He attended Coral Gables Senior High School and demonstrated excellent running back skills.  When his team played against Northwestern High School. Gore managed to break records 293 yards and two touchdowns. The Miami Herald named Gore as the No. 1 prospect in Dade County. 

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Frank Gore faced many challenges but he didn’t allow them to detour his focus from his academics. He wanted to develop not only in football but academically. He assisted with caring for his mother. His mother was diagnosed with kidney disease and needed dialysis treatment. Frank made the decision to attend the University of Miami so that he would be close to mother and family. Frank Gore’s mother later succumbed to kidney disease. 

Frank Gore remained strong and focused. After completing his college career, Frank was drafted in the 2005 NFL Draft, he was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the 3rd round. Gore certainly demonstrated excellent skills when he caught 15 passes for 131 yards (Wikipedia, 2015). He took his rookie position and ran with it. Frank Gore completed 608 rushing yards. Outstanding for a 49ers rookie. 

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Frank Gore is currently playing for the Indianapolis Colts. 49ers fans will have to get use to seeing Frank in a Colts uniform. Frank Gore is truly a Remarkable Person, he’s a caring individual, he continues to support the youth and his family. Frank Gore cares about his previously resided community (Coconut Grove). Thank you Frank Gore for continuing to pave the way for others. You’ve been selected as a Remarkable Person.

“You Must Believe and Face the Challenges in Order for you to Arrive at Your Destination.”

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Source: Wikipedia July 3, 2015

Photos Credits: Advanced Google Images/ Free to use & Share Even Commercially

Author’s Notes: This article is apart of the Remarkable Person Project. The Project highlights men, women, and youth craft and their contributions to Society. Quote belongs to Tiki33 (Tanikka Paulk). 


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