This past year, my freshman year, I was able to be a part of a winning conference championship team. My key highlights I took from my freshman, were (1) finishing up the season with the first team all-conference and (2) first team all-area, awards. Being, a freshman, I set myself to higher standards than others, wanting to prove myself to myself, my coaches, my team mates and the conference I was playing in. I have many goals set in stone. For example, for the next 3 years, I have left in my high school football career, I would like to obtain: (1) all-state, (2) all-metro, and (3) all-region. I start every morning at 6'oclock, in my high school weight room, striving to become as big, strong, and explosive as possible. Goal #4, of mine, is to have my name in the #1 slot of the top three core lifts, at my
I feel as if my main attribution is my brain, although I put a lot of time into the weights and onto the field, the majority of my day is spent studying for upcoming tests and quizzes. I was taught, from a young age, that grades come first and sports come second. I really look up to my parents, because they are hard nosed, blue collar, people that will do anything to ensure the best life for their kids. I feel as if they are my biggest fans and hardest critics.
I would just like to say that I am a leader, both by action and voice, and I am excellent at leading by example. I would like college coaches to take recognition of me as a student-athlete. My main goal in life is to get great education from college and apply that to the workforce, while striving to the ultimate sports goal of the NFL.