I am Carson Foreman and I am a baseball player. I want to attend a college that has a good, hard-working atmosphere. Sports Medicine is the major I am wanting to attain while at college. I want to play baseball for any college that thinks I will be a great asset to their team and will make a difference. I feel what makes me different from other players is my college baseball experience. My dad is the assistant baseball coach at Connors State College in Warner, Oklahoma. I get to go to every practice, every spring and fall game, and also get to see what it takes to be a successful college baseball player. I get to practice with them any time I want to. I take ground balls, pitch against them, hit against the pitchers, and also I get to scrimmage against them. I was raised on being a hard worker in everything I do. No matter if its on the field, in the classroom, or being a friend. My dad has built me around hard work and dedication. I succeed very well in school, I have a 4.0 GPA and will be taking college classes next year as a junior in highschool. That is what I think makes me different from other recruits.