For two seasons, Adam Sandin was the leader and key of Creekside’s offense. He was the area’s top dual-threat QB, rushing for more touchdowns than any other signal caller in the county. Sandin was also key in the clutch, helping lift the Knights to back to back playoff appearances and a shocking win over undefeated Bishop Kenny in 2011. Statistically, he is the Knights top offensive player in school history. As a junior, Sandin passed for 1,863 yards, 13 touchdowns and 5 interceptions while rushing for 789 yards, 10 touchdowns. As a senior, Sandin accounted for 789 rushing yards, 1,121 passing yards and 17 total touchdowns.
St. Augustine Record First Team All-County, 2011
St. Augustine Record First Team All-County, 2012