Donald De La Haye Jr., also known online as Deestroying, is a Costa Rican-American YouTuber with over 4 million followers on the platform and millions more across other forms of social media. He played college football at the University of Central Florida, where he was a kicker for the team. This Friday night he will be at Seneca Valley High School to watch the undefeated Screaming Eagles take on undefeated Quince Orchard High School.
De La Haye is known for his videos demonstrating his kicking ability as well as his sports-related skits and vlogs talking about his life journey. He also made news while in college when the NCAA controversially banned him for profiting off his name and YouTube videos, which sparked reform for student athlete compensation and became a driver for the implementation of a fair and balanced set of rules for student-athletes to monetize their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL).
The game is also The MoCoShow Game of the Week. Below you’ll see the preview and prediction for the game from The MoCoShow High School Football writing team:
Quince Orchard (4-0) at Seneca Valley (4-0) – The Cougars continued their doughnut tour shutting out Damascus 28-0. RB Iverson Howard ran for 97 yds and 2 TDs. The Screamin’ Eagles dismantled Whitman 55-0. Death Valley will be rockin’ Friday night as the top 2 teams in the county go head to head.
Prediction: Quince Orchard by 21
— Damon Anderson (@NomadAnderson) September 30, 2022
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