My goal in life is to ultimately become the best version of myself and leave this world a better pace then when I came in to that. To do that, it takes hard work and dedication, which I am devoted to giving. Baseball has always been my passion and playing at the collegiate level has always been a dream. I am dedicated to doing whatever it takes to achieve his dream, but I also know that some dreams do not come true. While at college, whether playing sports or not, I will pursue my dream to become a physical therapist. What makes me a good candidate for any team is that I am very dedicated to not just my game and team skills, but I always put the team before me. Whatever role I am assigned I will embrace it with open arms and work to the best of my ability to help the team succeed. I also welcome mistakes as I understand that a player learns the most from them. Many players let these simple mistakes define them, as I learn from them to support my game. Lastly, even though baseball is a big part of my life, I always put the work in the classroom first. Baseball does not tart on the diamond, it starts in class. Academics has always been put first when it comes to baseball. I view baseball as the opportunity given to me by excelling in school. I am a player that is gonna play for the benefit of the team and coaches. The main aspect about me is that I am very humble. Many recruits take their opportunity for granted, and it hurts them in the long run. I will be open to any opportunity that I get and I am ready to work.