Durst seemingly does it all for the Falcons, as he plays a multitude of positions. On offense, Durst lines up at quarterback and wideout and on defense, he is a corner.
Durst lead his team in passing yards in 2020, and he was also third on the team in rushing yards in only 6 games played, and he also had a handful of tackles from his corner spot.
Durst is also a member of the 7v7 team known as South Texas Elite, where he hones in on his craft at the three positions he plays.
A multi-sport athlete, Durst plays football, basketball, and track for the Falcons. On the hardwood, Durst is a shooting guard and a power forward.
Standing at 6’2, 180 pounds, Durst has the ability to fit nicely in nearly any position at the next level, with time to get even bigger before he signs with a college after next season.
In the weight-room, Durst takes care of business, as he has a max squat of 345 pounds and a max bench press of 250 pounds.
Durst is a blazer on the field, with his 4.5 in the forty-yard-dash helping him blow past defenders and hold receivers in check.
Durst has a wingspan of 78″ and his hand size is 9″.
Durst has a few trainers that he works with and they can verify his abilities and work ethic, if a coach would like to reach out to them; J.P Tillman(713 249-0075), Justin Allen (281) 772-7895 , Coach Deuce (346) 773-2550.
As a player, Durst feels like there are a few things that set him apart.
“I would say that my leadership skills set me apart,” Durst said. “I also feel like my purpose is what drives me. I am an athlete and I can play multiple positions and sports, and that translates to my game and how I play. I am also committed and dedicated to my team and my program that I am on.”
With a 3.9 GPA in the classroom, coaches will never have to worry whether or not Durst will be able to get qualified for their school.
While he does not have any offers yet, it will be hard for teams to shy away from this impressive young man for much longer!