What I enjoy the most about football is not technical. While I love studying plays and perfecting my pass, my favorite part of the game is the humility and character I’ve gained from playing the game and being part of a team. I plan to continue building both my technical knowledge of the game and my growth as a person through playing football at the collegiate level. I know this goal will make me an asset to any team because my hard work toward this goal will not only affect me positively, but also inspire my teammates. Like all players who make it to this level, I am prepared to work hard both in the classroom and on the field. What separates me from them, however, is my passion to always improve and lead those around me to improve. For example, my school’s motto is “be better” and I have taken that to heart, both on and off the field. Whether I am encouraging my teammates, volunteering to read to elementary school students or studying to maintain my 4.0, I always keep that motto in mind. My goal to is to take everything I learn both on and off the field during my time at college and apply it after graduation to become a leader in my community. I can see myself as a teacher and coach, helping kids like me who have a drive to succeed.