My goal for college would be to get selected by the right team that is built on a high level of respect for one another which are willing to do everything in their power, as I would, to win and one day accomplish the life long dream of being a champion. My other goal would be to finish all for 4 years of college because education is something my family and I always found to be one of the important things in life along with our other aspiring goals. I've always aspired to be a professional soccer player one day to put my parents and family members in a position where money is never a problem and maybe one day go back to my home land Ghana, West Africa and take care of people in need. What makes me a good candidate is my passion for the game of soccer. I've always loved the game ever since the age of 7 years old when I started playing. I'm willing to do every thing it takes to be the winner at the end of the day because I hate losing and have a lot of people who depend on me. What makes me stand out is, unlike others, I actually put in the work it takes to be better than I was yesterday each and every single day. I'm really fast both with the ball and without the ball. I can use my body very well to create space from the ball without fouling my opponent, and in class I do well listening to my teachers and finishing the work needed. For many years I’ve always had that philosophy that before an athlete an individual must be a student in class which is why I feel I’ve been able to balance school, athletics, training, and work so well. I know that in college, if God willingly I’m able to play at the next level, a student athlete must be able to maintain a certain GPA to be able to play which is why I’ve always taken school so seriously because I know after high school the work doesn’t get easier. Personally, I’m willing to play at any given level of soccer whether NAIA, NJCAA, D3, D2, or D1, all I want to do is play the beautiful game that I’ve loved for many years. With the strength of God, my passion, dedication, and devotion for the game of soccer is the standing difference that separates me from other players.