My collegiate goals are to receive a master's in criminology and to minor in business, but outside of my academic goals, one of my biggest is to play for a college football team. Regardless of division, I will be happy as long as I can make it on to the field. What makes me different from other recruits is my dedication to the game of football. Unlike most players, I have been on a total of highschool football teams. The first team I played for was a co-op that was disbanded because of the disagreances between coaches and players. The Second team I was a part of was the reslut of the first team splitting apart, we initially thought we would have about thirty kids, but when the first practice our numbers dropped down to fourteen players, and I stuck with it and played with no subs. During that season I was shifted around to every position on the line to allow the kids that could not play on both sides of the ball to come off, because although I had no subs there were subs for the kids that were not as experianced, or could not handle not leaving the field. We eventually had to disband the team about half way through the season due to kids quitting. Then eventually my senior year came and we finnally found a team that was solid for me and the other kid who was playing from my school. I carried my work ethic over to this team and secured a starting spot on defense first, then on offense as well by my second game. I also intend to carry this work ethic into the off season and am willing to do anything possible to play the sport I love on a collegic level.