As a sophomore, our football team went 4-5 through the season. But even though we didn't have a winning record, I learned how to be a leader and much more. Playing with a Division 1 commit also helped me realize hard work can get you to a lot of places in life. Football has been in my life for a very long time, from watching my favorite players on TV, to eventually getting to play myself. Over the years the sport has taught me that your team is just like a family in so many ways, and that the obstacles in your way can't define you. An obstacle that I've always had is my size, I've always been on the smaller end of everyone. But I learned to use my quickness and shiftiness to my advantage in most cases.
Academically, my goal is to have a 3.5 minimum GPA in high school as a junior and senior, as well as graduate top 25 in my class. My academic goals for college is to be an Honor Roll student all four years, and to be on the Dean's list at least one semester a year. Athletically, my goals are to be selected to the All-District team this year, get bigger and stronger, and grow my knowledge as a player.