At the age of 10, I made the Little League All Star Team. I didn't play that much. When that season was over, I asked my dad if he would help me become good enough to never let that happen again. From that point on, I have learned that the value of working on the little things in the game and in life are as important as the obvious things.
I want to play ball in college and I want a succeed in the classroom. My goal is to find that place where I can do both while continuing to grow both in skill and character.