My collegiate goals and aspirations are to help the school's football team win. Of course I have my own goals but the number one most important goal is helping the team win. Football is not a one man sport. We all have to come together to achieve a goal. By pushing my own teammates, working hard, and being a team player, we can achieve that goal. Personally, I think that I have four qualities that make me a great candidate for any team. My toughness, ability to stay humble, open-mind and brains stand out the most for me. I am never going to back down from any challenge. I always play hard and give my all out on the field. When I played Pop Warner, my nickname was "The Bull" for how hard I ran with the ball and my ability to fight through the defense. I am also humble. Some guys like to boast their abilities verbally. They talk and talk all the time. Some can back it up, others can't. I like to show you what I can do on the field. I am not cocky but confident. I am also open-minded. I am very receptive to constructive criticism and will take all of it in. If someone is trying to help me out, why would I completely neglect what they are trying to say? Lastly, my brains go a long way too. I earn great grades in school and that helps a lot of coaches. The coach does not have to worry about getting myself a tutor to help me in the classroom because my grades are poor so I can play. I will handle my books and do the best I can to earn degree in college.