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Topic - Pierre Desir
"What happened is that I would wake up at about 5 in the morning, get my older daughter ready for school, go to the temporary service and they'd pick out a few guys to go to different work stations," he said. "You might work on the sewers or in the sewers. I'd go to class, say 11 to 2 or something and then after school, I'd go pick up my daughter. Last year, I had to do the same thing, but I worked at Charter Communications. So I'd go to school from 10 to 2 and work from 4:30 to 2:30 and then get back up at 5."
"Being a father helped me become more focused," said Desir, who would be Lindenwood's first draft pick. "Now I just have to prove I have the skill set to go out and compete with these guys."