|Club||Barry Steele||Legends FC||Beaumont||-|
|High School||Brenner Lopez|
|Secondary Positions||F, CF|
I was tied for 5th place for top goal scorer during the high school varsity league. I am the youngest player for AC Miracle Hill (semi-pro team in the UPSL).
I was tied for 5th place for top goal scorer during the high school varsity league. I was the youngest player for AC Miracle Hill (semi-pro team in the UPSL). I have trained with the F.K. Velez junior academy (A professional 1st division club in Bosnia).
I want to be recruited because I strongly feel that I have the capability to play Division 1 soccer and I feel that with my potential and growth I could possibly go even farther than college soccer.
In terms of soccer, I try to communicate with the whole team as much as possible so that we act as a unit and not as individuals. My actions off the field are also important so that I proudly represent my club with respect and dignity. An example of an off the field action is my leadership in the DUST program mentioned previously.
To me healthy-athletic performance is a result of personal actions off the field and the effort one puts in training. The off the field actions that I am referencing is the food eaten at home, the work put in on non training days, and the overall focus on how to become a better player. I focus on what food I eat and as a result I have completely cut soda out of my life, as I have seen that it has become crippling to my performance on the pitch. When focusing on work outside of training days, I make sure to incorporate something that will aid me in the game, whether that is push ups, pull ups, or jump roping, I try to work on my game as many days as I can. During training, I push myself, try to perform to the best of my ability, and try new things/skills that I can use on the field.
I volunteer and work with DUSC (Desert United Special Team) which is a program dedicated to helping kids with special needs, such as autism, play soccer and be social. I feel that my work is important because it provides the kids with joy and gives them a chance to feel less of an outcast and more as part of the community.
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