I have been playing football since I was nine years old. Not long after my first rookie year on the field, I have aspired to play at the collegiate level. I know that playing in college is a once in a lifetime opportunity that could change my whole life.
I am always working to improve my skills as well as training to get bigger, faster and stronger. I am a team leader and try to lead by example while also encouraging my teammates. I am very coachable and strive to be one of the hardest working players and one of the hardest working recruits you’ll find.
In the classroom, I study hard and maintain a high GPA. I am a member of National Honor Society in which community service is paramount. I volunteer at local youth football camps and am a Crew leader with Young Life working with youth in our valley and leading them to summer camp. I work hard at everything I put my hand to giving 100% for my teachers, coaches, employers, and parents.
I want to attend a college where I can push myself in the classroom and on the football field. Mechanical Engineering is my selected degree path and I love to work with my hands and use my logical-creative thinking skills. I am open to all options and want to ultimately find the right college match at the highest level of competition possible. I hope to become a great role model to all my peers and make my parents proud.
Daniel Rock I. Harrison