Throughout my life I’ve always had sports as not only a hobby but also as a lifestyle. It didn’t matter what it was. As long as there was a little bit of competition, I was all for it and I would strive to be the best at it. However, when I reached a certain point, at around the age of 10, I realized that the only sport that came to me easy was baseball. I started playing for the Rec leagues locally when I was 4 years old, from that point on my love for the sport blossomed. In every league, from t ball to pony I would only get better and better as time went on. As I was getting better the realization of my God given talents dawned upon me. I knew what I had was a gift and I also knew I could be good in any league but with some work and more dedication alongside the love I have for this game I know I can be great. Once I got to high school my grades became a big factor, my parents would tell me how important my grades are especially when it comes to wanting to play college ball. When it comes down to my work in the classroom, I’m very dedicated and I take pride in what I do. It’s not the best but I work hard for it. When it comes down to the way I play I lead by example not by my words, I’m very calm and focused while at the same time I stay comfortable and locked in on every single moment. I’m consistent and I have pride in what I do. I treat the game like an art, because in the end, I do not want to fall short, even though I know it can happen. But, when it happens, I overcome and seek to do better.
I’m hoping to find a school that will be able to help me with scholarships. I want to play for a team that can be like another family to me. I like having faith in my teammates and I want them to know they can have faith in me. I know what I put my mind to I can accomplish. I’m hoping to attend a school that offers Business. Thanks for considering me.