Basketball has been a part of my life since I can remember, watching all my siblings play before me, travel all over the place for AAU and camps and such, I have lived and breathed basketball. Basketball on the collegiate level for me would be a dream come true, I could continue to play the game I love and make it an even bigger part of my life than it is now. Even going to school to play basketball, I would still be focused on my academics because I want to become a physical therapist, keeping me connected to the sports life long after my days of playing are over. In addition to a basketball team, I bring intensity, grit and determination to the floor. I hate losing, and I'm an extremely competitive person, which in the past has gotten me in trouble on the court, but transfers over to hardnose basketball. For a forward, I am not very tall, nor is my wingspan very large, but I have the natural skill set of a slasher, able to get the ball and cut to the rim, exploding and rising up from inside or outside of the paint, and take plenty of contact on my way up. In a collegiate setting, however, my size for my position could become an issue. I am a very fast learner and hard worker though, and have been working on my shot a lot and it has improved immensely, meaning that my skillset could eventually transfer over to more of a wing forward type player. I have a chip on my should that makes me want to keep driving and keep working at every aspect of my game, and if I had a chance to prove that at the collegiate level I would work harder than anyone else whose ever stepped foot on a court.