Winning the semifinals to go to Canton,Ohio and play in the hall of fame game was the highlight of my entire youth Football career. Losing in Ohio was a good lesson I learned from I learned how to take my losses as a man and learn from them and also be more humble. It also taught me that just beacuse people say I’m the best in my hometown doesn’t mean I’m the best in the country and there is going to always be someone better than me somewhere else.
I was fortunate enough to be apart of an amazing program and also going to camps over the offseason and just working on getting ready for this high school season. I learned over this off season that football teaches you about a lot of stuff for life like commitment, sacrifice, leadership, and teamwork.
I’m working on looking for a good college program that I will be comfortable with for school and football. I know that it is not going to be a easy ride for me in college but I know I can make a big impact on your program and by showing my leadership, commitment , talents , sacrifice, and teamwork. But as a two sport athlete and a captain for all the years I played those two sports I know I got what it takes to be an leader on your team.