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Have you ever meet someone who seems to have it all The life that everyone envys the life that everyone wishes that they could have the life that seems so easy and effortless Some people are naturally born winners All star athlete perfect love life exceptional grades loving family and a bright future could life be any more perfect Ryan was a stud in every sport that he participated in no challenge was too big for him In middle school Ryan was seen on the football field baseball field and even the basketball court in which he excelled in every sport that he participated in Many of his classmates envied him because he was involved in many different things and was very good at each one With such athletic ability it is hard to not want to be just like him and be able to do all of the things that he did with ease When he got to High School he was faced with the decision to narrow his sports down to ones that were not in the same season therefore he chose baseball and football In high school it is hard enough to play one sport as it is Ryan participated in two which meant he was double the talent This in itself would make his teammates jealous but the thing that really put them off of the edge is the fact that he was the best player on both of the teams Senior year as everyone was getting acceptance letters to the colleges they had applied for Ryan was getting offers for both baseball and football scholarships When Rice University his School of choice offered to give him a full ride scholarship for baseball he accepted without hesitation Most people have to strive to get into the college of their choice but for Ryan it seemed as if his education and sports carrier were being handed to him on a silver platter
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