I've been playing soccer my entire life. As a player, I see myself as someone who will fail to improve, someone that will try and try again until, whatever it may be, permanently changes for the better. Moreover, I've got a strong love for the game. I will train as much as I can until I see a good level of improvement. I've got technical ability, good vision of the field whenever I got the ball, and I'm a player who will always use physicality, when necessary, to make a statement. To add-on, I see myself as a leader, a leader who will push his team to the fullest extent. I'm a leader that will not tolerate poor effort. Win or lose, the level of effort must always be high.
My academics are not some push-over to me. Sure I don't like some subjects but my grades are still things I care about. If you don't believe me just take a look at my GPA. It should tell you that I don't mess around when it comes to my studies. Just because I'm a teenager doesn't mean I have an actual goal in life. I have one collegiate goal and that's simply to study medicine. Medicine is most definitely an interesting subject to me and I believe it is a good career choice for me judging by the person I am.
What makes me stand out as a student athlete is my ambition to improve, improve, and improve. I have goals. I have a mindset of a ravenous learner. I always have a hunger for improvement. I always think about how I can be not just a better soccer player but a better person. I've been placed in an environment where a beautiful mother cares for her child and always hopes for the best for her son, where a father encourages his son to never hold back any potential he has, where peers and low-life people attempt to destroy his self-esteem and to make him one of them. I've been put into an environment where my limitations have been tested. Through those experiences in this environment, an ambitious, strong-willed, and intelligent student-athlete is what I came to be.