Academics and football are very important to me. I work hard on and off the field. As a Freshman (2016 season), I played varsity, starting three games and backing up several positions as a utility player, including cornerback, wide receiver, wingback, and linebacker. Additionally I started on some special teams. As a sophomore, I started all thirteen games at safety and special teams, including kickoff, punt return, long snapper and back-up punter. During the offseason, I have attended one to two different camps specific to my position(s). I do many things outside of team training activities to stay and keep in shape. During the summer when school is out, I plan on taking advantage of academic tutoring to help me prepare for the upcoming school year (semester). I am willing to do whatever it takes to be recruited, both academically and athletically. Being versatile and having an ability to quickly learn new skills has always been a valuable trait for me. So far in my Junior year, I have started both ways, at safety and wingback. I think I would be an asset for any college because I give 110% into all aspects of the game. Most importantly, I treat my coaches, teammates, and myself with respect. No matter what I do, I am ALL-IN. Staying in shape and studying are always top priority. I want to attend a school where I can develop my athletic talents, but most importantly will help me develop as a person, learning everything I want and need to know to start my professional life while also maturing as a young man. I want to attend a school that is truly interested in me as a person as well as my abilities as a student athlete.
As a side note, in my free time, I referee (through certification) youth soccer for the North Carolina Soccer Referees Association. Additionally, I am a volunteer youth soccer coach for 5 and 6 year old children in my community.