Seth DeValve was born and raised in Manchester, CT. He is the youngest sibling of four brothers all of whom grew up very active in school, athletics, and their communities. Seth played football, basketball, and track and field at Manchester High School in CT. He continued his education at Princeton University where he first met his wife, Erica. At Princeton Seth earned his Bachelors degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and was a student leader in Princeton’s Faith and Action group. Seth played wide receiver for the football team which claimed an Ivy League Title in 2013 when they beat Harvard in triple over-time. In 2016 Seth served as the team captain and was awarded the Ronald A. Rogerson award which is “awarded annually to that member of the football team whose spirit and love of the game have served as a special inspiration to his fellow players.” Following his collegiate career Seth became the highest drafted Princeton football player in the modern draft era when the Cleveland Browns selected him with the 138th overall pick. So far in his career he has 43 catches for 522 yards and 3TDs. Seth enjoys playing his guitar, woodworking, and eating lots of good food.