Having my father passed away when I was 10 in 2013, then two years later having a mother with cancer and not having parents to guide me influenced me to be the young man I am today. Watching sports on TV when I was little, and since then I've always been interested in sports, but after my dad passed I moved with my brother to Ohio in 2014 and he got my involved in football that same year.
My mom and other family members always told me when I was little “you have to get good grades to play football.” My friends would always ask me how did I get through all the things I've been through and how did I do it having to leave my mom and family in New Jersey and move to Ohio to a whole different environment. I got through it by putting it all on the field and playing for my mom and dad.
Back to school, my academic goals for high school is to graduate high school with A’s and B’s and try to get my GPA as high as possible. But for college my academic goal is to major in architecture. The skills I possess is being able to make plays at all positions on the field. I had finished my junior season with 5 touchdowns and 318 yards with 23 catches. I also was selected for 2nd Team All Conference offensive skilled position. I also tied for the most interceptions in my conference. I enjoy playing wide receiver because I like to catch the ball and make plays for my team. Do you think I can compete for a spot on your team?