Not playing varsity football as a sophomore affected me a lot as an individual. It made me develop a work ethic and stop relying on talent. I also moved and had to attend a new school my junior year and now I'm doing extremely better in the class room as well as on the field, it has also challenged me to become a better person. I've always been passionate about football from a young age but going into my junior year i definitely fell in love with the sport and the grind that you have to go through to be successful, such as doing well in the classroom, working out and watching film. I have learned lots of things about myself playing football, i noticed that i fell in love with competition and i possess leadership qualities that others don't have. My academic goals for high school is to finish with at least a 3.5 gpa by the the time i graduate, for college i would like to graduate and get a degree revolving around sports. Some unique characteristics that i possess is leadership and the will to win ball games. Ever since i was little i realized that i get the best out of my teammates and we find ways to win games.