Maryland high school football player’s rendition of National Anthem goes viral

A Maryland high school football player gave a stirring rendition of the national anthem that has since gone viral.

Jackson Dean, a high school football player from Gambrills, Maryland performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” with just a guitar last weekend, impressing the crowd with his country version of the song.

“I’m an American, and I’m proud of my country,” he said, adding that he plans to hit the road and perform after graduation.

“We’ve got some things in the pocket that have been working that I can’t really talk about,” he teased.

Turns out, the song was not a one-shot by the young student, as he revealed that an album has been in the works.

“I’ve been flying back and forth to Nashville for a few years and putting a record together which will be coming out in December, and we put a single out on the radio that’s doing really well,” Dean told WJZ-TV.

“Learned to work at a very young age, so that has a lot to do with my music, I like to shed light on blue collar people that are my kind of people,” he added.

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