7   Schwerdt, Weston

Height: 5'11
Weight: 165
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 3/26/1999
GPA: 4.0
Favorite Class: AP English
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Watts
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: A sense of pride and accomplishment that comes with knowing you have more than teammates but family instead.

Weston was a well-rounded player for the COMMANDOS being a starter on defense, offense, and Special Teams.  He was voted by his teammates as ‘TEAM CAPTATIN’ for the 2016 season along with teammate Daly Cull.  He also earned 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ and 2nd team ‘ALL-MIDSTATE’ as a defensive back for the 2016 season.  He was also 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ during the 2015 season as an athlete, and won the ‘+/- AWARD’ during his Freshman season.  Weston was committed to everything he did including being a member of the HHS basketball team while consistently being on the football teams ‘Honor Roll’ for players that keep their grades at the A and B level.  He won the teams ‘ACADEMIC AWARD’ for the 2016 season showing his dedication to doing his best in everything he did while at HHS.  He made all A’s during his entire career at Hendersonville High School having a perfect 4.0 GPA.  He ended his career with 83 tackles, 22 pass break ups, 4 interceptions, 10 tackles for loss, 5 QB hurries, 3 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, and scored 1 defensive touchdown.  He played strong safety during his first two seasons as a varsity player before making the move to free safety in 2016.  He did a great job directing the defensive secondary in 2016 while making all of the coverage calls from his free safety position.  On offense, he had 476 rushing yards with 5 touchdowns on 88 carries and 8 receptions for 110 yards and 1 more score.  Had 2 kickoff returns for 47 yards.  His athletic ability, commitment to playing in all 3 phases of the game, and leadership will be hard to replace.

2016-Had an excellent season in all three phases of the game.  He was a starter on Special Teams, defense, and offense where he was very productive in every spot.  He was a starter on defense at free safety after moving there from strong safety, and he made all of the defensive calls for the secondary.  He also started at running back on offense and was on every Special Teams unit.  His teammates voted him ‘TEAM CAPTAIN’ along with Daly Cull, and Weston also won the teams ‘ACADEMIC AWARD’ as he had a perfect 4.0 GPA.  He was also named 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as a DB as well as being 2nd team ‘ALL-MIDSTATE’ as a defensive back.  He ended the season as the team’s #2 tackler with 40 stops while recording tackles in 9 of the team’s 10 games, and was #1 on the teams with 4 interceptions.  He also had 8 pass break ups, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 defensive touchdown from his free safety position.  Led the team with a career high 7 tackles against Beech and added a forced fumble versus the Buccaneers.  Had 6 tackles against both Station Camp and Cane Ridge.  His pass break ups came against Siegel, Cane Ridge, Hillsboro, Gallatin, and Hunters Lane.  Grabbed 3 interceptions with one being returned for a touchdown against Hillsboro, his other interception was versus Glencliff.  His interception against Glencliff also went for a touchdown as he pitched the ball to teammate Brett Coker who raced 55 yards for the COMMANDO score.  His fumble recovery came against Station Camp.  On offense, he ran the ball in all 10 games and ended the season with 63 attempts for 343 yards and 4 TD’s.  His 343 rushing yards was second on the team.  He also caught 8 passes for 110 yards and 1 more score.  Led the team in rushing against Beech with 45 yards and 1 of his rushing touchdowns.  Had a career high 71 rushing yards versus Cane Ridge when he also found the endzone once.  Scored 2 TD’s against Glencliff.  His season long rush of 24 yards came against Siegel.  Led team in receiving with 3 receptions for 42 yards that included his career long reception of 21 yards against Gallatin.  Also caught passes against Cane Ridge, Beech, Hillsboro, and Station Camp.  His receiving touchdown came in the Cane Ridge game.  He added 1 kickoff return that went for 32 yards against Station Camp. 

2015-Was a critical member of the defensive secondary where he started in both the teams nickel and dime packages.  He played the most snaps of any player in the defensive backfield throughout the season, and was also a starter on Special Teams where he did a great job.  On offense, he saw limited game action at running back.  He was named 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as an athlete for his play during the season.  He ended the season with 34 tackles, 14 pass break ups, 7 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles, 3 QB hurries, and 1 fumble recovery.  Recorded stops in 11 of the team’s 12 games and led the team in tackles against Gallatin with 4.  Had a season high 5 tackles twice during the season as he had 5 tackles against both East Nashville as well as in the teams 2nd round playoff loss at Independence.  Had tackles for loss against Siegel, Cane Ridge, Beech, Station Camp, Gallatin, Shelbyville, and Independence.  Recorded 2 QB pressures against Cane Ridge when he also had his fumble recovery; his other pressure was versus Station Camp.  Had pass break ups in 8 contests and led the team with a career high 4 against Cane Ridge, added 3 pass break ups against McGavock and 2 versus East Nashville.  Had 1 pass break up against Siegel, Beech, Glencliff, Shelbyville, and Independence.  Both of his forced fumbles came against Independence.  On offense, he ran the ball 16 times for 84 yards.  Had rushing attempts in 8 games with his best game being when he ran the ball 4 times for 30 yards that included his career long rush of 26 yards against Independence.  He added 1 kickoff return versus Hunters Lane that went for 15 yards.

2014-Battled injuries throughout the season, but was still able to have a productive season on defense and Special Teams while seeing limited game action on offense as he helped the COMMANDOS to a District 9-AAA Championship.  Ended the season with 9 tackles, 2 QB hurries, 3 tackles for loss, and 2 fumble recoveries.  Recorded tackles in 7 different games.  Had a season high 2 stops against both Portland and Station Camp.  Both of his tackles against the Bison were for lost yardage; his other tackle for loss was against Portland.  Had 1 QB hurry against Wilson Central and 1 against Mt. Juliet.  Recovered a fumble against both Mt. Juliet and Station Camp.  On offense, he ran the ball 9 times for 49 yards and scored 1 touchdown.  He ran the ball in 6 different contests.  His season long rush of 13 yards came in the Lebanon game.  His rushing touchdown was scored versus Station Camp.  Also played on the JV team.

2013-Had a great freshman season contributing on both sides of the ball helping the team to an undefeated season.  He was able to battle through injuries during the season and still be productive in all three phases of the game.  He wore #9 for the Freshman team and won the ‘+/-Award’ which goes to the player that works the hardest to get better every day in practice.

-Member of the HHS Basketball Team

Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
8 110 13.75 21 2 1 0

Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
88 476 5.41 26 5 1 1

Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
83 48 35 0 0 5 10 17 4 22 1 3 4

Special Teams
Kicking Punting Tackles
Returns Yards Avg TD Returns Yards Avg TD
2 47 23.5 0 0 0 - 0 0

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Hancock, Nate
Nate Hancock

Height: 6'0
Weight: 175
Class: Senior
Bio & Stats
2018 Schedule
8/17 Blackman Home -
8/24 Centennial Away -
8/31 Station Camp Home -
9/7 Beech Away -
9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Central (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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Lebanon 0 0
Mt. Juliet 0 0
Rossview 0 0
Station Camp 0 0
Wilson Central 0 0
Hendersonville 0 0
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