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At just 4 or 5 years old, Jaden Smith's football journey began with flag football, eventually transitioning into tackle football. However, it was his father's passion for coaching that truly inspired him and continues to motivate him to this day. "My dad's love for coaching football has always been my inspiration," Jaden said.

Throughout his high school career at West Charlotte, two coaches have played a significant role in shaping his skills and success as a football player. Head Coach Samuel Greiner and Defensive Coordinator Mike Rose have been unwavering in their belief in Jaden's abilities, guiding him on and off the field since his freshman year. "Coach Greiner and Coach Rose always believed in me and pushed me to be the best version of myself," Jaden shared.

The recruiting process brought various opportunities for Jaden, with UNC Charlotte being the first to offer him a spot. However, it was the University of Michigan that stood out for him. "The culture and love they have for the game at Michigan is what sets them apart," Jaden explained. He was impressed by the coaches, players, and the emphasis on academics, knowing he can achieve his goals at Michigan. His commitment is final, and he's no longer open to other school offers.

As he enters his senior football season, Jaden sets ambitious goals for himself and his team. "My goal is to lead my team to a 3A championship and to be recognized as the player of the year," he declared confidently.

Beyond football, Jaden has a creative side, enjoying designing on the computer and sketching. These hobbies provide him with a way to unwind and express himself outside of the gridiron. "Designing and drawing are other things I like to do in my free time," Jaden revealed.

As Jaden Smith embarks on his journey to the University of Michigan, he carries with him the determination to succeed both on and off the football field. With the unwavering support of his coaches, the love for the game at Michigan, and his creative interests, the future looks incredibly promising for this 4-star athlete from West Charlotte High School.

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