Parents: Daniel and Winda Wall
High School: N.C. School of Science and Math
Also Considered: U.S. Coast Guard Academy
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Why Air Force? “I chose Air Force because after I visited the school with my family, I fell in love with the school, coaches, and fellow recruits. They are also the best in the country for engineering, my intended major.”
Major: Mechanical Engineering (with a minor in Spanish)
Notable: Cheyenne was admitted to the N.C. School of Science and Math as a junior after attending Cleveland High School as a freshman and sophomore. … Her mom, Winda, is a ESL teacher at Cleveland High School. … One of her more memorable games in high school is the Unicorns’ game against Bunn last season when the started the game with only five players and finished with four because of an injury. “The team fought hard,” she said, ?and it was definitely an interesting (and tiring) experience.” … She has played mostly the post (the 4 or 5) in high school, but will play more on the wing for the Falcons (at the 3 or 4). “To be the best college player I can be, I need to improve my ball handling skills,” Cheyenne said, “so I can be versatile as both a 3 guard and power forward.”
Compiled by D. Clay Best