My long-term football is to play in the NFL. As a result, I am willing to work hard in college to get to where I want to be. I would be an asset to your team because I lead through my actions, am self-motivating, and self-correct. If our team is losing really badly, I'm not the type of person to give up. I'm the type of person who keeps going to show that I have heart and to motivate my teammates to push through until the end. Often, I workout alone to better my performance on the field, by running, lifting weights, and doing drills. I also self-correct in games. When I make a mistake, I talk myself back up and don't let my mistakes get to me. I also analyze my mistake and adjust for the next play. In practice and at games, I know I'm not perfect so I welcome criticism on my performance.
I also run track and play basketball to stay in shape for football season. I run track to increase my speed as a running back. I play basketball to better my footwork. Overall, I'm an active person, so I like to make sure that I'm in shape all year-round. I know that I can still improve in my academics, and I'm striving to apply my strategies and motivation from the field to my academics.