My collegiate goal is to play football and finish a degree in Criminal Justice.
The experiences I am going through at Springwood School is making me a viable candidate for a program where the emphasis is on the entire student-athlete experience. The high level of academic difficulty that Springwood provides, plus the attention and value in Springwoods' goal of building one's body, soul, and spirit is developing me to become a vital part of any football program.
Overall, I am personable, I like people, especially fellow teammates, plus I get along well with my coaches, especially my position coach. I like to be confident of my abilities, while also understanding my weaknesses, and which areas of my game I need to improve. I focus on the team goal, not personal goals, and I consistently maintain a drive for team excellence and success. I am not afraid to answer questions from coaches, or ask questions to better understand what is required.
My differentiation from other prospective candidates is that I am first a team player, enjoying the success of the team, and other player's successes, as much, or more, as I enjoy any personal success. I was adopted at age 4-1/2, and have learned what it means to be part of a family and a team. Strong relationships are important to me.
Currently, the extra quality I bring to my team at Springwood School, and will bring to the collegiate level, is a willingness to help others do well, be a vital and active part of a team, plus strive to push myself to become a better athlete, person, and student.