QUIET WYATT: Wyatt Kemper jumps high for Hawks

Published: Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 04:53 PM.

However, he didn't give up on the game completely. He missed out on freshman tryouts at South Walton because he didn't get his physical done in time.

"I was bummed out," he said.

When his sophomore year rolled around he made the junior varsity team and this is his second year to play varsity.

"He's quite and very dedicated," said South Walton Coach John Davies. "He leads by example … he's a positive guy to be around all the time."

"It's a blast playing on the team," Kemper added. "We're like family."

And he knows his role in the family.

"He's our power forward. He's very mobile," Davies said. "And he's getting better. He wants to get better and he's very dedicated and coachable. He brings a great energy to everything we do."

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