I plan on advancing my soccer skills and knowledge through my college experience. I want to play soccer at the highest level and I believe college is a great place to play at a competitive level and continue my education. I'd like to go into marketing alongside playing my sport.
I feel what makes me different than my other recruits is my discipline for not only the sport I love but for my education. Even though I want to advance my sports career in college, I have been taught, and taken to heart, working hard in my education is the foundation when entering school. I come from a small southern Illinois town where soccer is still developing. I have not lived near a big town to develop my soccer skills through a club team, so I have learned to self-discipline myself with the tools and opportunities I have.
I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I have a twelve year old brother, Caid, and my family is fostering my second cousin, Corbin, who is two and a half years old. When I'm not at school or practice I work part-time at Walmart, where I've worked for over a year and a half.
In high school, I received Most Valuable Player as a freshman along with Best Defensive player, my sophomore year was awarded Point Leader, my junior year (which was a shortened season due to COVID) I received an injury which set me out most of the season. I knew I had to work hard to come back and spent the summer working diligently for my last soccer season in high school. My senior year I have broken my schools overall record for most goals and assists scored, which has helped my team break the overall win record for the school. I have earned All conference and Southern Illinois Coach's Association, All South Team Honors. I hope to be given an opportunity to make a difference for my future college team.