Sports are something that has been a major part of my life for as far back as I can remember. I guess you can say I was like every other young athlete growing up. I was busy year-round, participating in as many sports that were allowed. It was not until I started middle school ball that I realized and developed my true passion for football. This is when I started to put all of my eggs in one basket and focused primarily on training for one sport.
I enjoyed my high school and college experience. In high school, I was a four-year varsity player and received All-State recognition as a junior. Unfortunately, my senior year, I had a knee injury that derailed my season. I was still able to attend Benedictine University, where I continued playing and became a four-year starter for the offensive line and also received All-Conference recognition.
The reason I chose to work at NCSA is because I have the opportunity to help and guide families through this difficult process, which helps them achieve the same goal that I also once had for myself. I realize how complex the recruiting process can be, and the knowledge that our staff has along with our passion have allowed NCSA to become the gold standard in recruiting. The people who are a part of NCSA make the office environment almost like a locker room setting, which, like having teammates on the field, has turned us all into one big family with the same goals in mind.