HOUSTON - For this Hollywood movie, the script writes itself.
A kid from the East Side of Houston, who didn't play football his sophomore year of high school, would grow up to be a state champion, national champion and now potentially a soon-to-be first round NFL draft pick.
Before K'Lavon Chaisson was making national headlines for the 2019 National Champion LSU Tigers, he was representing North Shore High School , and to go where his story begins, you have to go back to the first coach who saw the potential - North Shore head coach Jon Kay.
Jalen Kitna has a one-track mind.
"I want to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft someday," he said. "I want the college staff that I choose to push me to become that. I'm a listener and a learner. I want them to invest the time in me and teach me the intricacies of their offense."
Florida, Oregon State, Arizona and Yale are on his short list.
Kitna's father, Jon, played at Central Washington before a 17-year NFL career. Yes, 17 years with Seattle, Cincinnati, Detroit and Dallas.