Tell coaches about your collegiate goals and aspirations-
My college goals are to locate all the reputable Medical schools for Neurologist. I want to find a school that challenges the students minds and abilities to make the best Doctor. I see the brain, spine, and nervous system as a fascinating part of the human body. I am also interested in a very competitive athletic program to balance the academics. My aspiration is to become a neurosurgeon in the end of college. If an opportunity arises for the next level of sports, then I will make a decision at that time.
What makes me a good candidate for their team-
I consider myself a good candidate by keeping my grades at a 4.0 and be competitive off and on the field.
What makes you different from other recruits in character, athletics and academics-
I see myself as a quiet observant individual that seeks perfection. I enjoy a good laugh with my friends, but when work is to be done I am focused on the task at hand. On the field I am different because I am left handed throwing and batting. Of course being a lefty I am limited to positions which I focus on excelling on. I get singled out by my coach to help other teammates learn drills. In academics I take my grade serious so I can maintain a 4.0 gpa. I also take an advanced math class Algebra 1, which requires more of me to secede. My math teacher has me help other students with math after I have completed my assignment. I see myself as different from other recruits in many ways these are just a few.