I have been playing football since I was twelve years old. Since I first stepped on the field, I have dreamed of playing at the collegiate level. I know that playing in college is a rare opportunity that teaches life long skills.
I am always working to improve my skills as well as training to get bigger, faster and stronger. I am a team leader and try to lead by example. I am very coachable and have the will to be the hardest working player on the field and one of the hardest working recruits you’ll come across.
I am a quality-oriented high school student (4.71 weighted GPA, Associates in Science) concurrently attending Aims Community College. During the course of my academic career, I also managed to accrue nearly 4 years of work and varsity athletic experience. I had the privilege of working for Town of Windsor in an Assistant Track Coach role in my free time, where I learned valuable professional skills such as first aid, conflict resolution, and field instruction. I also had the opportunity to play varsity basketball as a freshman. While playing with upperclassmen, I learned the importance of leadership, trust, and interpersonal communication. In both my academic and professional life, I have been consistently praised as hard-working by my professors and peers. Whether working on academic, extracurriculars, or athletics, I apply proven leadership, organizational, and teamwork skills.
I want to attend a college where I can push myself in the classroom and on the football field. I am open to all options and want to ultimately find the right college match at the highest level of competition possible. I hope to become a father who is looked up to by his children, and ultimately inspire others to be the best version of themselves.