My goal is to further my education and athletic career at a Division I or II college. I'm a disciplined student-athlete and pride myself on my work ethic and coachability.
From an educational goals perspective, I would like to finish high school with a minimum GPA of 3.9 and to hold at least a 3.5 GPA in college.
I've been playing sports since I was 4 years old and have been playing football since my 7th grade season. I was fortunate enough to have coaches early on in my football career who loved the sport and shared their passion of football with me. In addition to my youth coaches, my parents have influenced me tremendously. Both of them were Division I athletes themselves and have instilled in me much of what they learned along the way in their athletic careers, especially coachability and work ethic both in the classroom and on the field. One thing I've learned about myself through playing football is that I have a strong desire to compete at the highest level possible and that football is a sport where off season and daily preparation is just as important as in season, on the field practice .
Being a multi-sport athlete has given me many diverse opportunities to better myself as a well rounded student-athlete. In all of these sports, I've learned the value of teamwork, commitment and leadership. I dedicate time and effort to improving in these areas just as much as I work to improve my overall football talent. Whether it's reading articles on athlete development or talking with my parents and coaches about their athletic knowledge and experiences, I'm always trying to be better - as a person and an athlete. It's these efforts away from the field that I feel make me standout against my peers.