As for me softball or basketball are the two sports I am aiming for. I’ve played softball since second grade and basketball since sixth. I totally love both and am truly thankful to be given the chance to play them. Right now I am playing basketball for chowchilla high school. I plan on trying out for the softball team. Getting a scholarship for a sport is difficult. But I believe I have the strength and capability to do it. If I push myself and have support from my friends and family I can accomplish this goal. Having support is also very important while going through anything. Support is one major thing that gets me through tough situations. When I don't have faith in myself, my family is always there for me no matter what. Therefore, if I have the support I need and is able to be apart of these sports teams I have can fulfill this
Nothing means more to me than spending quality time on Sundays with my family, sitting on the couch and watching football. Even as a young kid, before I knew the names of the teams my Dad would say, “We’re rooting for the blue team!” I had no idea what was going on but I was so interested by the game that I would cheer and yell whenever my Dad would. This natural attention to this great game gave me the desire to prepare myself to eventually join a team. I learned how to motivate myself to workout, study plays and annoy my Dad enough to throw a ball with me in the backyard. I felt it was my purpose in life to become a professional and play football as
Looking back to the days of my freshman year in high school, I recall vividly how I aspired to join the football team but could not. I felt so bad but I did not back down, remembering all the great men of this world who kept on trying until they achieved their goal, the likes of Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and so on. I made joining the football team my number one priority in high school.
After quitting, I focused solely on football. I loved being apart of the team. The thought of playing on a field just like The New England Patriots always ran through my head. I’ve always dreamed about being in the NFL since I was 4. (my first year in The Little Knights). Knowingly by now, the NFL is a rare career to achieve.
I might try out for sports like basketball or baseball. I tried out for basketball and I made the team one game I was the top scorer I had 27 points 10 blocks, three steals, and five assists.
During my High School years I do plan on playing sports. I also plan on maybe joining HOSA which is a club/group who focus on future careers in the medical field. Although I am going to play sports, I am not going to let them interfere with my education and school work. I see myself overall as a well-rounded student who knows how to balance the different aspects of my
When I was younger, I was always interested in sports. I was usually at the top of my class in sports. I always dreamed that I would be the best at what I do. Even though things seemed hard, I would try my hardest even if things looked bleak. Football was my game and I played to the best of my ability.
To figure out the likelihood of a high school football player’s success in college over 100 high school head football coaches were surveyed about their views on qualities high school football players need to move to the next level. The surveys were mailed, emailed, and followed by several phone calls if no response was received within four to six weeks. All coaches surveyed were members of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and have had high school football players recruited by division one colleges within the last five years. The survey questions sought the following details about the football players: (1) Academic ability; (2) Athletic ability; (3) Self-determination; (4) Character; (5) History of overcoming adversities. Lastly, the end goal after the surveys have been collected and evaluated is to offer high school football players valuable information about what is needed to be considered for a four-year college scholarship.
I see myself in the NBA or the NFL, making enough money to have a house and food for my family. I will be visiting my family on my off days and helping them with what they need, and making sure I take care of myself, and keeping myself in shape. I’m going to be in the NBA, hopefully on the Chicago Bulls; my favorite team in the NBA because it's my home state. My favorite player Derrick Rose is on their and that team is a good team. My school has a basketball team I got people in my school that can help me with my goals. In five years I see myself you're in a basketball or a football team, having good grades and keeping my healthy. I'm going to be the oldest child in my house I'm I have to watch out for them especially my little brother Daniel.
I want to be an extremely active coach concerning recruiting. As a coach, I would like to eventually coach at the collegiate level and having the ability to both network as well as produce players that are scholarship worthy is a way to portray my ability as a coach. As a coach, I want what is best for my players and I want them to truly love the sport. If they come to love the sport and would like to play on in college, I want them to be able to have that opportunity. I did not have any coaches that were active in helping me to know how to recruit myself. I think that if I would have had more information about recruiting then it would have benefitted me as an athlete. I will make sure that every freshman that comes into my program is aware of the NCAA Eligibility Center and how the recruiting process works regardless of whether I think they could play collegiately. As a coach, I will not know until
I think that playing football is one of the best decisions I’ve made. I have become a football star. Last year, in 6th grade, I played wide receiver and I was the leading scorer. There were only 2 touchdowns in the whole season that I didn’t get. That was my best season so far. Football has become my favorite sport and it has made me tougher.
Academically, I strive to heighten my potential, since secondary school acquiring recognition and awards in Science, Technology and History; illustrating I am a well rounded individual capable of excelling in a diversity of subjects. Sports are another hobby of mine. Playing football for 9 years in addition to being on the netball and badminton team has developed my team working skills. I learnt with a team you cannot let
In ways, youth and football have connections. In instance, myself as a football player can show teamwork and structure on the field and in daily life to youth. Furthering my college career will help me pursue my passion into creating recreation centers for youth in communities. The recreation centers will help keep youth stay busy with activities, and keep trouble out the way. Football and my education career will help with my knowledge of knowing both.
Looking at the future can sometimes be scary but when I think and picture where I want to be in 10 years or more I see myself having graduated college with a stable job and a family.