My biggest asset people talk about is my speed, but for me it's my drive to win games and to compete, I always want to be the best player on the field when the game is over. When I first started playing ODP I couldn't do a dribbling warm up at practice and I didn't take it well, when I went back to club I had my dad take me to practice an hour before to do the dribbling warm up over and over till I got it. I'm different from most recruits because I combine a hard work ethic in games with my ability to see the field and attack defenses with pace. In my freshman year of high school I struggled with my academics, but I realized I needed to step up to accomplish my goals and bounced back in my sophomore year by attaining a 3.75 GPA and being on honor roll. I know if a coach gives me the opportunity to represent their school and their team I will do anything I can to help the program succeed both on and off the field.