Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to play football at a higher level. I knew it from the first time I stepped onto the field back when I was only 6 years old. I have been playing ever since. Football became a part of who I am and who I want to be. I have always wanted football to stay a part of my life even out of high school.
My goal is to play college football at a high level, and excel at it. I know my own flaws and I don't care about them. I work hard to get past them. I work hard to get myself better at what I do.
I have had many challenges come forward in my journey thus far. My first big obstacle was tearing my ACL during my freshman year of high school. It was only the 2nd week of the regular reason, and I tore it in the game. I worked through 9-10 months of what I would consider my own personal "hell" to get through my recovery. I came out of that part of my life both humbled and ready for what was to come. I kept studying and getting my body ready for football. I ended up starting 5 games of our 10 game season my Sophomore year as our running back. Only just a year out of getting my surgery, I was back playing the game I love. I forgot how much football meant to me then. That moment was when I officially decided that my career was not going to end in high school. I would make it in college to play football, and I will not stop until I realize that dream