My collegiate goals are to play college football and help further advance a program while obtaining a college degree. I am a great candidate for any college team because I am one of the hardest working kids that you will find. I am driven to get better and help push my teammates to achieve greatness. I am different from other recruits because I will own up to my mistakes and learn from them. I love scouting the opposing team by watching hours of film to know what I am going up against, so that I have the upper hand on them. When I was younger I was a four sport athlete, I played midget football, soccer, basketball, and baseball. Once I hit middle school, I decided to focus only on two sports, football and baseball. Since freshman year I have started varsity both ways in football and, on the baseball diamond, I started at third base and pitched for varsity. I believe I am physically strong enough right now to play college football but I need to work on my speed. This winter I am planning to work with a personal trainer to improve my quickness and speed for baseball and my senior year of sports. My academics are very good. I have a 4.0 GPA and have worked hard to achieve my grades. I also am a member of the National Honor Society. Another quality that sets me apart from other athletes is that I am caring and willing the help people in need. I have volunteered at both the City Mission (a non-profit that provides life essentials to those less fortunate) and I have helped with Special Olympics basketball games. Finally, I enjoy being in the outdoors; hunting, fishing, and hiking with my family and friends.