Growing up I didn’t have a clue of what sport I wanted to play. The summer of me going into my 2nd grade year I started playing recreational soccer. I quickly developed a love for the game. The next year I moved up to a higher competition of play. I started out as a field player not knowing much as a keeper. The next year my friend was a keeper and I set myself out to be better than him. We always had that type of friendship to be better than each other and it’s still the mindset I hold to myself today. To be the best isn’t all about the skill you have in the net it’s how your able to communicate with your team and even fill in where you might be needed at desperate times. Footwork is one of the biggest things for me to work on alone. Being comfortable with footwork on and off the ball is what sets me apart from other keepers. My mental game is strong I keep in it even if my team is down I keep the motivation and communication going trying to figure out how to make a change in the way is going by showing that I’m not giving up on my team and I have full faith in my team to push through the rough times. I’ve always had a goal to go as far as I can and to keep myself motivated and active to go as far as I can. I would be a great fit for a college who wants a keeper thats strong on the ball and confident in his commands in goal.