Has High School Changed you?
The future is unpredictable, and with it come more and more responsibilities. Are you the same person you were before? Or have these actions and responsibilities molded you to become the person you are today? Is the same person that started high school four years ago standing where you are, or is that person long gone? For me, the transition through high school has changed me thoroughly. I’ve noticed that high school has made me sharper about whom to trust and I judge people more than I used to. High school gives you more options, viewpoints, and ideas. You will change a lot through high school. You’ll mature in almost every way, you will learn more about yourself, who you are and what you believe in. you will go through hard times but eventually get through them. When I started out at the freshman center I knew that I wanted to be a professional football player, but now I’m not so sure what I want to be. A couple of major events that occurred through my high school career have changed my mind on things. Injuries can play a big part of your life and make you more cautious to your surroundings. My eighth grade year in football came to an end the day before our first football game. I was starting receiver and proud of it. We were just going over end zone plays to get a little sharper before the game. I had a little slant route and I caught the ball with ease untouched. The coach blew the whistle and I relaxed. I took one step back to give the ball to the coach when I was blindsided. I took a step to the side and the weight of both of us snapped my knee and brought it to a weird angle. The coaches rushed over and carried me off then called my step dad who picked me up and we went to the hospital. I had blown out my knee all before high school too. I was too young to get surgery so I just went to rehab for a couple months. When I started out my freshman year I was in football again and eager to get back on the...
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