Being a soccer player, which I have been playing since the age of 5, has been a very rewarding aspect of my life to date. Hopefully this will continue in college and the professional level. I have a strong aspiration to play as long as it is in God's plan. At some point, it will end, but I will continue to push myself until that day comes.
Recently, I have had the opportunities to play in Argentina, with my former club, Weston FC, played with the Florida State ODP team in 2016 and attended the Region III ODP camp, in which I made the 2002 player pool. I was also selected to the Top Drawer Soccer regional rankings for the State of Florida for the graduating year of 2021. Having been on several trials, has taught me the meaning of work ethic, dedication, and NEVER giving up on my dream. My second year at Orlando City DA was not as expected due to the COVID-19 virus that plagued our country. I have had to earn everything I have received in soccer and my future will not be any different. I embrace the challenge.
I play multiple positions, either left or right back, wing back, or L/R wing, depending on the formation. Playing in these positions allows me the chance to attack, which I love doing, but also have to be responsible for my defense as well.
When I accepted Christ at the age of 8, at our church in Georgia, and attending a Christian school, it has taught me lots about the person I am and who I want to become. I have great character, integrity, can show leadership skills, and very coachable. My father makes sure of this! I have devoted some time to serving in the mission field, such as feeding the homeless, in the Bahama's and being a Student Encourager at my school. I was learning to play the saxophone, but now I want to learn how to play the keyboard. I really like making and editing videos on various software platforms and enjoy digital/media art, plus I am a very creative writer.
I look forward to the next steps in my life, finding the right college fit for me that will aid in my life, especially when the game ends.
Class of 2021