Kayla Steele knows how to really shuffle on the tennis court.
Lynn Monk, Tattnall Square's tennis coach, says, "She's just a natural athlete. She can do whatever she sets her mind to. She picked up a racket and never played before, and right now she's playing in my number one singles spot."
Valdosta State picked up on Steele's softball skills and inked a deal with the senior to play infield for the Blazers.
Her senior year, Steele stole 22 bases, broke the Trojan's single-season batting average record and ended the season with no strike-outs.
Steele says, "Just don't slack off at all. Go out every day with a purpose."
She's not just talking about athletics. Steele puts up some impressive stats in the classroom too. She has a 3.95 GPA and has only made one B in four years of high school.
She says, "It boosts your self-esteem knowing you can get it done in the classroom and you can also get it done on the field."