Mustang’s Adam Brotherton – Character Counts Presented by Excel Therapy

By Antwan Woods

The spotlight is on Mustang High School Junior, Adam Brotherton who is an active member of the National Honor Society and linebacker for the Bronco football team.

Going into his fifth year playing football, Brotherton reflects on what he loves about being a Bronco.

“I love our coaches, and the way that they push us every single day, and the fearless fight mentality they have installed in us. I love my teammates, and their work ethic that motivates me daily! And lastly the community that loves, and cares so much about our football program.”

He has high hopes for the team’s success this season. The expectations he has for himself shows his selfless character.

“No doubt our expectation for this season is to raise the Gold Ball! For me personally it would be to strive to be the best teammate, and coachable player that I can possibly be.”

Brotherton aspires to play football at the next level and wants to go into studying athletic training, so that he can pursue a career as a coach.

“My dream is to play football on the college level. I also want to become a football coach, so I would like to study in some type of athletic training, or any other major that could help me achieve becoming a coach.”

Brotherton is more than just a football player. He’s also an active member of his church’s youth group giving him the ability to serve on their youth leadership team. Brotherton has also been a youth basketball coach in their upward church league.

He loves the time he gets with the kids as well as helping them with their development.

“The past two years I’ve had the opportunity to coach youth basketball, in our upward church league.” Brotherton said. “I’ve loved getting to spend time with the kids, and getting to help them improve their skills not just as a player, but as a kid!”