I've had a soccer ball at my feet since I was old enough to walk. When I'm not on the field, I'm watching game film, analyzing other players in my position, and thinking of ways to be more effective on the field. I want to be the best, not only for myself, but for my team. And I've had some amazing team members over the years. As a freshman in high school, I left the USSF Development Academy so that I could play HS with my twin brother, Jack. As a senior in 2019-2020 my younger brother Joshua will be a freshman and I'm looking forward to playing HS with him as well before I leave for college. Even though I've had some amazing games, and am looking forward to the National Championship series this summer, I believe my best soccer still lies ahead of me.
If I'm not at school, or training, I'm studying. My HS is a college prep school, and the curriculum is intense. Academically, I'm not afraid to put in the work. It's this combination that I feel makes me a good candidate to play in college.
I'm ready to take the team on my back and lead on and off the field, and I believe I can be an impact player at the next level.