Little facts about me: I was born in Akron, Ohio lived there until I was 3 years old then Moved out to Independence, Missouri. Now I currently live in a small town called Marathon in Texas. It is about 3 hours from the Mexican border. I have been here since my 5th-grade year and have played multiple sports. My entire life all I cared for was to find a sport best suited for me and I discovered my talents best in Basketball. The past few years I have run cross country for endurance, played soccer for better movement, as well as tennis for better eye coordination, and track for speed. I have worked on each skill to better my game for playing ball. I am still in the process of being a better player. There are times when I say I can't do something either because I am tired or feel like I can't go any further but I always end up doing it because I am dedicated to the game. I am short compared to most players but that never stopped me from playing. Being in a small town is hard especially when I have had 8 different coaches throughout the years living here in Texas since my 5th-grade year. Many of which were not even basketball coaches but that never stopped me from helping the game find materials to coach us. Even I had to find drills to help me individually and help out the team as well. There are times where I had to study other opponents in our district and created plays that helped us to get to the basket or shoot to score. I still lack other skills and things that I most likely don't even know about myself. That's just the downside of not having a coach that can really know what needs to be worked on. I am confident in my leadership skills, confident that I can take my game to the next level and that I can better my skills and attributes even further. Even though I had coaches that weren't basketball coaches I still listened to them followed instruction and still gave some input for the coach and never had a problem. I see myself as a coachable person. Now all I seek is for someone willing to coach me no matter how hard it will be so that I can get up to the next level and hope to play college basketball. Academic wise I have been taking dual credit courses since my freshman year. I will be graduating with a total credit of 51 and an undergraduates certificate. All I wish for is to still play ball in college once I graduate high school. In all honesty, our team only has 7 players who play against full bench teams and have a long history of losing streaks. Even though we lose our hearts are like champions we still play our hardest no matter what the score is. I can continue to say more but I'll stop here. Thank you for reading if you've read until the end.