Out of high school I lost my junior year of eligibility do to a transfer rule, thus giving me just my Senior year. I only had two offers out of high school, one being Midwest Prep. Several factors played into my decision to go to MWP. I needed more film, I did not pass the eye test, and the zero year allows another year of maturity. I played safety and outside linebacker at MWP.MWP is not a place to come if you don’t want to keep playing. It is a stepping stone to help you grow. The lessons you learn up there carry with you to whatever program and school you decide to attend. You can play with some great talent and find teammates that last for life. It is not going to guarantee you a full ride to any school in the country. But it is a tool to help you. It gave me a new attitude playing the game. MWP is an amazing tool and building block for your football career if you use it correctly. I walked on to the University of Oklahoma and made it. MWP was a part of my football journey. At the end of the day it comes down to you seeing how far you are willing to push yourself.