I have been playing soccer for the majority of my childhood and my dream would be to play soccer throughout my life. I feel I would be a great candidate for a college team because I have a strong inner drive and determination to work hard and get better. I am eager to learn from those who are more experienced so I can give my best to any team. I am confident with my decisions in the goal and I don't let anything tear me down. If the opponent scores, I pick my teammates up, regroup, and we set out to put two in their net. I think that one of the most important things in a team is being close with the players and being able to know each other inside and out, a brotherhood that binds and unifies us to make us stronger together. I feel I stand out from other recruits because of my strong desire to learn, absorb, and apply the techniques and strategies, taught by the coaches, to help improve the team overall. I also feel my stats as a young goalkeeper have been very strong, averaging 7 saves per game and a save percentage rate of 80.5 in my Sophomore season (2019) that helped my team land a strong fight for the conference championship title. But above all that, I feel the most important characteristic, on and off the field, is good sportsmanship and solid Christian values that have shaped the morals by which I live and play.