2004 All Star West
6’2″ 185 lbs.
High School Coach: Dave Durham
High School, Class: Hudsonville, A
College: Michigan Technological University
As a freshman, Brek played scout quarterback for the 2000 state runners-up Hudsonville Eagles. As quarterback Brek holds Hudsonville’s top three single season records, and all career records for the Eagles. In 2003 Brek finished third in the MSHAA record books for single season completed TD passes. Voted Most Valuable Offensive Player all three years of his career, Brek was also co-captain his senior year.
Brek also earned his varsity letter playing baseball his sophomore year. In his junior year, he ran track and helped set a new school record for the 400 meter relay at the state meet. Brek played basketball all four years in high school. He was voted All Conference in basketball for both his junior and senior years. Brek was second in the conference for both points and rebounds. He was also voted MVP in basketball his junior year, and co-captain his senior year.
Brek will continue his football career at Michigan Technological University. He plans to major in either pre-law or business.
Brek said, “I would first like to give thanks to God for giving me the ability and blessing me with the talent to play football. Special thanks to my Mom and Dad for believing in me, and giving me every opportunity in life to succeed. I would like to thank all of my brothers and sisters, both sets of grandparents, aunts, and uncles, and all my cousins for always supporting me. I truly appreciate all of you attending my events, especially Josh and Curds. Thank you to all of my friends for your support.” Brek also thanked, “all of my teachers and coaches throughout the years. I’ve learned so much from all of you in the classroom and on the field. I feel I’m a better person today because of your knowledge, patience, and encouragement. To his teammates he said, “you’ve made my experience at Hudsonville unforgettable. I could not have achieved so much without each one of you. I love you all very much.”