The Jacksonville native is headed to the NFL Pro Bowl

The Jacksonville native is headed to the NFL Pro Bowl

After Sunday’s Conference Championship games, we now know who will be competing for the Lombardi Trophy on February 2nd in Miami, Florida: Super Bowl LIV will be between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.

There is one more game to play before a champion is crowned, and it also happens in Florida, where Orlando will host the Pro Bowl for the fourth year in a row.

The Pro Bowl, which pits football players from the NFC and AFC against each other, will take place on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. and streaming on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD.

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The last time Onslow County was represented in the Pro Bowl was in 2015, when Richlands native Mario Williams was the dominant quarterback against the Buffalo Bills, and this year, a Jacksonville native will be taking part. On the same subject : NFL World reacts to Cowboys cheerleaders locker room video.

Annalize Coleman, a 5-year member of the Carolina Panthers Cheerleading TopCats, has been selected to cheer for the NFC at this year’s game.

As previously reported by The Daily News, Coleman is a 2011 graduate of White Oak High School as well as a 2015 graduate of UNC-Greensboro with a double major in dance and public health education.

He currently splits his time with TopCats, as well as teaching at KIPP Charter School in Charlotte.

Nicole Smith, who is the cheer manager and choreographer for the TopCats, said she is very proud of Coleman’s selection to the Pro Bowl.

“He’s such an amazing leader on our team and has so much respect for his teammates,” Smith said.

According to Smith, teams all over the NFL differ on who they will choose to cheer for their team in the game.

“Since ’97 our teammates have been voting on who will best represent us in the Pro Bowl and it’s something he got from them knowing he’s a great teammate,” Smith added.

The fan vote is another way teams choose to get their pick.

The TopCats have year-end awards and a Pro Bowl selection is among them. Smith explained that the group got together and wrote down who they wanted to win and then why they voted for that person.

Representing your team in the Pro Bowl is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, but Coleman said there were two other instances that made his fifth year even more memorable.

“I was able to attend all the Junior TopCat camps this year and that’s one of my favorite things because you get to interact with the kids. The second thing was being able to go to London because not everyone was choosing to go with us. We were able to see the shows and go to the game as fans. ».

Holding onto his role as team captain, Coleman believes in being himself and making sure that everything happens for a reason. In his eyes, Coleman’s selection to the Pro Bowl was meant to happen.

Coleman added that he’s still surprised his teammates chose him, but Smith wasn’t surprised at all.

“He’s made contact with everyone in the locker room and I don’t think it’s intentional, he just wants to know more about his teammates,” Smith said.

The Pro Bowl has made a name for itself by being hosted in Hawaii, but with it being in Orlando this year, the appeal of being able to attend more easily is something Coleman’s family is taking advantage of. He has family members in Florida who have never seen him cheer.

Along with her mom and dad, Coleman is excited to get to Orlando to experience some sunnier weather and a trip to Disney World. It’s still a matter of travel and preparations will be made to be ready to cheer on the team this Sunday.

“We have a very basic agenda so far, however there is an orientation on the second day to learn more,” Coleman said. “When we arrive on the first day we will get to know each other and we will get to know each other, but they have sent us videos of the dances to learn, to prepare more easily”.

In addition to practice for the game, there will be a series of guest appearances by the cheerleaders, as well as meeting with former Pro Bowl cheerleaders beforehand to let the newbies know what to expect. However, Coleman will have free time to enjoy the experience.

When it comes to setting a good example for the younger generation of girls interested in a career in professional cheerleading, Coleman said she thought about herself at age 16 and how it felt to go to her first NFL game.

“I thought wow, I want to be that person who cheers on the sidelines and I keep reminding myself of that when I’m doing anything,” Coleman said. “I just want those young girls to remember, don’t stop doing the things you want to do because life is too short.”

Coleman added that when she found out her classes were chosen, they were almost more excited than she was at the time, and her ultimate goal is to continue to be a positive role model for them and even people she doesn’t know.

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