“I feel like my best traits as a player are being a leader on the team,” Brooklyn Center defensive back Dayvia Gbor said to Northstar Football. “Also coming up to make plays from my safety position and playing man to man defense . My strengths from the offensive side of the ball are my ability to play multiple positions and as a quarterback, being able to recognize defenses and being able to make plays with my legs and arms. Last year, our season wasn't the best as we went 4-6. Although, we did win our first home section game in seven years, which was pretty exciting and our secondary as whole, had 13 interceptions.”
It's been an off-season full of workouts for Gbor.
“This offseason I've been mainly doing the team workouts and also some individual field workouts with Paul Jones from Velocity,” Gbor explained to Northstar Football. “For my primary position as a corner, I've been trying to improve my ability of playing on man coverage without using my hands to jam, I'm really try to improve my footwork and getting in and out of breaks. Also making sure to improve my flexibility as I feel like all these things will help me take my game to the next level and help prepare for college football. With offense, I've been working on my ability to go through my progressions better and not taking off to scramble after my first two reads aren't there. I feel like that will help us as a team put up more points because when I watch film from last year it'll be times I took off to run and I would have a receiver open down field. My goals for next season as a team are to win a section championship and we all set that goal during spring camp and we feel like we on the right path to get that done. It's going take some time to get adjusted to our new coaching staff I feel like that's something we can make it happen and once that happens we want to make some noise in the state tournament.”