Freshman year, I learned a lot about myself and my future career in sports. I learned that football is not just a game anymore. You have to be committed mentally and physically. It’s a life style. It’s a time when you and your brothers go to battle against another team. And there is no better feeling than playing football under the lights with my brothers. I know what it takes to play college level football and I am willing to do whatever it takes to get there on the field and in the classroom.
Sophomore year was the year that I had to step up. I had to be a team captain, a team leader and play on both sides of the ball as underclassmen. that year I learned leadership and dedication. Even though I was only a sophomore I had to be physically strong, and play my heart out for my brothers and Salem city.
Junior year I became a mentor to many young underclassmen. I helped them get better and led them in the right direction as a football players and as a responsible young men. My Junior Year I was blessed to receive my first D1 offer from Baylor University. It was a moment I will never forget and cherish for the rest of my life.
Summer of 2016 and 2017 I also participated in Lighthouse Ministries and I was a part of the Appalachian service project building houses in West Virginia. I am also a member of South Jersey Robotics, the EngiNerds 7071 a robotics team where I am a member of the drive team. Out of 121 teams last year we ranked 5th in the State of NJ. I am strong and very smart; I will play football and become a Marine Biologist.
Finally, football is my life. Being able to play the next level would means a lot to me, and whatever team I play for I will give 100 percent in practice on the field and as well as in the classroom.
Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.”