From South Burlington High to St. Francis, Jared Lebowitz traveled nearly 3,000 miles looking to fulfill a dream upon the football field.
"My dream was to get a Division I scholarship," Lebowitz says. "The dream hasn't changed."
But plenty has changed for the Golden Knights senior since he ventured from Vermont to the hot bed of high school football that is Southern California.
However, one thing that hasn't changed has been Lebowitz' consistency.
Forty-four consecutive varsity starts marked his high school football career over two states, with plenty of gaudy statistical numbers in between.
Of course, the final number that likely stands out most in Lebowitz' final season with the Golden Knights is 4-7 — St. Francis' final record in a season marked by fresh and inexperienced faces filling starting roles for the first time.
Thus, one could easily argue that Lebowitz could've likely produced a lot bigger numbers had his situation been a bit different.