I have grown up watching college football and always had the desire to play football. When I had my chance to finally play I never let anything stop me from achieving my dream. I pushed as hard as I could. I fought my way to being who I am today. I work day and night to improve myself for the team. I live by my coaches saying "Team over me". I'll never let that down. I'll choose my team over myself. Who I play for and who I play with are my family, and I'm proud to call them my brothers. When I walk on the field, I let everything go and play the sport I love. I play with heart and passion. I never feel the desire to get off the field. I tackle every obstacle that gets in my way to my success.
I recently went to a camp in Dothan, Alabama. Granted the others were faster than I was and could jump higher. That still didn't make me tap out. I fought my way to the top of that chain. I was given a nickname that day. I was called Hercules. I was bigger than the others, stronger, and could catch better and run my routes smoother. The corners had a rough time guarding me. Granted they did get me a few good times on the press but I still succeeded in the route and made the catch.
I'm the player who helps others when they are down. Pushes the others to their limits and past to make them better. I strive to see my team succeed. I am that leader that will help any teammate in need or any coach in need. My ideal version of a team is that I got your back you got mine. We are a brotherhood for life.