the Dream led to the Plan
" Dad, When I grow up, I want to play in the NFL"
Storm began training with his parents, working with them in the gym. His competitive nature and his dream motivated him to work hard. He excelled at the RB position making him a known threat for any opposing team in recreation and high school football. Storm played his junior season at Buford High School rushing for 1300 yards and 21 TD's, his senior year at Loganville HS rushing for 1937 yards and 31 TD's. He earned first team All State honors, 2009 AAA Player of the Year, No. 1 running back in Georgia . and the 7th best back in the nation. He played in the 2010 Under Armour All American Game in St. Petersburg, FL.
His first LOI was with Univ. of Miami, playing 10 games as a true freshman and rushing for 119 yards on 9 carries. The following year Storm transferred to Univ. Central Florida. In 2013, he rushed for 1139 yards on 213 carries with 14 TD's, earning first team All-ACC honors, and tied an individual school record in the Fiesta Bowl win against Baylor rushing for 124 yards and 3 TD's.
The dream was realized when Storm was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2014 NFL Draft.