"Tonny Trocha-Morelos -- en español."
Born in a low-income neighborhood in Bogatå, Colombia, Tony had a long and difficult journey before he first stepped foot on the basketball court at Texas A&M. Because Tony is a native Spanish-speaker and a student in Texas A&M's English Language Institute, JoeBill believed it was best for Tony to share his story in his own words and his native language. "Tony Trocha Morelos - en español," was Texas A&M Athletics' first feature in Spanish-only with English subtitles. (Translation by JoeBill).
"Autism Speaks, Texas A&M Basketball Listens"
Texas A&M Men's Basketball Strength & Conditioning Coach Darby Rich shares his story about his son with Autism--and how the guys on the team have treated him as a member of the Aggie Basketball Family.
"The Beat: Tyler Davis"
Weighing 325 pounds as a freshman in high school, Tyler Davis changed his diet, lost fifty pounds his sophomore year, and three years later worked himself into an all-freshmen collegiate athlete.
"The Khaalia Hillsman Story."
Born and raised in Chicago and a star student-athlete at the historic Whitney Young High School, Khaalia Hillsman chose to play college basketball more than one-thousand miles away at Texas A&M. However, in her first-ever college game, Khaalia returned to Chicago to defeat the hometown DePaul Blue Demons. JoeBill traveled with the team to Chicago to produce this feature.
"The Beat: Chris Collins."
Chris Collins began his career at Texas A&M as a walk-on, but after his play on the court as a sophomore, he earned himself a full-ride scholarship. On this feature, JoeBill served as a cinematographer and gaffer.