Savion Sibley takes the unconventional route to reach the highest levels of football

by Raven Moore

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BVM) – In these turbulent times, it seems that many hopes and dreams can get lost in the shuffle. While dealing with the aftermath of COVID-19 throughout the world to racial protests, it can lead one to lose sight of what is important to them.

Memphis Blast wide receiver Savion Sibley is not that one. The Akron, Ohio native has been a football player since he was seven years old and has no intentions of slowing down.

“I love football because it is like a second home to me,” Sibley said. “I did not grow up with a male role model in my life, so growing up I looked up to my coaches and teammates. They became a second family to me. The football field is where I can clear my head and unlike in real life, all of my troubles are gone.”(Read More)