Right to Dream (RtD) graduate Moro Mohammed has been honoured for his stellar performances for the Hotchkiss School soccer team after being selected to be part of the 3rd Annual Boys High School All-American game.
The All-American game brings together the best High School players in the United States under two different teams: East coast and West coast.
Moro, who is based in Lakeville, Connecticut, is one of 20 players who have been selected to the East squad for the honoury game in Philadelphia on Saturday, December 14, 2013.
The All-American Game captures the imagination of the Americans and is generally considered as a humbling experience for any player to be selected among the country's best.
This the latest in a long list of awards the former RtD graduate has earned in recent times. Mohammed won the converted Ely Prize at the Hotchkiss School in September for excellence in character, athletics and conscientiousness in study.
Moro joined the Hotchkiss School in 2010 from the Right to Dream Academy in Old Akrade, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. He currently plays with three other RtD graduates in his schools’ team namely, Farouk Osman, Eric Opoku and Francis Atuahene.
RtD currently has 32 graduates studying and playing soccer in USA and UK High Schools, Colleges and Universities.