I come from a South American family immersed in the culture of soccer. My father, having played at Division One and semi professional levels, has trained my sister and I since we could walk to be impact players. My sister now plays Division One soccer and has represented the Guyanese National Team in World Cup qualifiers.
I have known nothing else but elite levels of soccer. I have been selected as a member of the Guyana men's U-20 National Soccer Team to participate in the CONCACAF U-20 championship in November 2018. This International tournament featured thirty (30) countries competing to be the CONCACAF Federation representatives at the Men's U-20 World Cup of 2019.
For the last five years I have trained during the summers on an open invitation from Cruzeiro EC in Belo Horizonte, Brazil at their youth academy. In 2015 I was selected as one of 12 players from across the United States to train at FC Barcelona's notorious youth academy, La Masía. I have also represented the United States abroad with USA Futsal.
At home, my carefully developed skill and unflappable calm on the ball have also propelled me to great heights. I am an ODP state team and regional pool player. I am currently utilizing my leadership skills as captain of my High School team, where I have led the team to a Conference championship and more recently a Regional Championship. I have garnered a slew of personal accolades including Senior All-State, all-area, first team all-conference, first team all-sectional, and senior all-star.
The culture of high level soccer in my family paired with my travels abroad with professional academy teams has provided me with an uncommon level of skill and experience for my age. My understanding of the game gained from professional tacticians on various continents makes me a multifaceted threat from any offensive position on the field. For these reasons I am confident I can be a lethal asset for any team that I may have the privilege of representing.