Playing at the collegiate level of baseball is for sure a big time dream of mine. Being an athlete at this age I look forward to playing at that level one day. But to achieve those goals and dreams there is always hard work that has to be put in to be seen by college scouts/coaches. As a young man at my age I work for my future and what I want for myself and my family. Knowing that you have to sacrifice things that you don't necessarily want to give up like partying or hanging around with friends, which can cause me to miss out on opportunities for my future of playing college baseball. Being 100% committed to the sport that I love with my all and going out to help my team win. What makes me different from other athletes is just having the right mindset on what I want to do with my life. I always work vigorously on my game which put my work ethic in the conversation. I know I'm young but I know that to get where I want to be there has to be things put aside so that I can focus on the next step that I want to be on which is hard to do knowing that there are a lot of things that I want to do and enjoy. One other thing that I pride myself on is that I am coachable. Just doing what I need to for the coach to help the team is something that can make a right fit for your team. And the second thing I pride myself the most in is my commitment. I am the person that wants people to look at me and see that I put in the work to get better as an athlete. I'm a winner and I will pull all the stops to do that regardless of the situation and that what I can bring to the table at the collegiate level.