Fort Bend Christian Academy Magazine: The Kas
Kasemervisz helped lead the Eagles to school history on the football field, reaching the TAPPS Quarterfinals. He tallied 1,100 yards and 16 touchdowns on the season and was a finalist for the Touchdown Club of Houston Private School Player of the Year.
"I knew some of the guys before I came here and everyone was really welcoming," he said. "It was an easy transition."
He then laced up the hightops and was a second-team, all-district selection for the basketball team before hitting the oval and winning a state championship in long jump. Kasemervisz led FBCA to a second-place team finish at state and competed in five events.
Now, he's off to Stanford as a preferred walk-on for the football team. He will be studying bio-engineering.
"Stanford is the best place in the world to be a student-athlete," he said. "It combines top-notch education and bigtime DI athletics."
Oh, did we mention he plays the ukulele?