My collegiate goals are pretty simple. I enjoy the game of football too much to stop playing after high school, so I simply want to continue to have fun playing it. I want to be the best player I can be, whatever stats I may put up (assuming they are good) is just icing on the cake. And of course, if this sport will lead to a college education, it would be best for me to pursue it.
I think what makes me different from others mainly is my attitude and outlook on both school and academics. I don't want to settle for just a "passing grade", nor will I willingly settle for anything short of a first down when the ball is in my hands. I'll do the best I can to gain as many yards as possible, and put the same effort into any school work. But what I think what would make me different from other athletes is the willingness to back it up. It is easy to type all this up, but if I were to be given the opportunity, I would try my best to prove to whoever gives me the chance, everything I have said. And would never take for granted anything I may be given.