"Those six months were a hard time for me and my family. It was rough for us," said Womack, who lived with his mother, brother, sister, son and nephew. "Moving around, city to county, county to city, it was a lot of tough situations. … [But] every day, I never gave up. Just wake up first thing in the morning, go to the track or go to the basketball court. I matured, stayed around my family and worked hard to do what I needed to do."