At the age of 18, Ayden Hector graduated from high school and is now looking to continue his athletic career in college. On his way to graduating with honors from Eastside Catholic High School where he excelled academically and on the football field, Hector finished his high school career in 2020.
Hector received several distinctions and accolades during his senior year, including being named to the Eastside Honor Roll, being nominated for the All-American Bowl Man of the Year award, and being included among ESPN's Top 300 Players.
Ayden Hector is not only an outstanding student athlete at Eastside High School, but he is also an engaged member of the community. Hector served as President of B.Box (Birthday Box), a student-led organization striving to improve the lives of homeless youths in the region, from 2016 to 2020. To help the community's homeless youths throughout his time in charge, B.Box raised thousands and gathered a wide range of supplies.
Volunteering with groups like Tent City and the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life were also part of Ayden Hector's schedule during this time period.
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