Athlete: Alejandro Jose Avila Duron Availability status: Available
About Alejandro Jose Avila Duron
I am a very humble player. I’ve worked very hard under tough conditions and I am very concentrated, I don’t party and I’m looking for a better future for myself and my family. I am ready to work hard in my academics and my sport to accomplish my goals.
Date of birth: May 2, 1998
National Champions 2015 (Copan)
Why do you want to compete in the collegiate system?
I want to compete in the collegiate system so that I will have the opportunity to study and play the sport I love. I also want to give the best of me in both my academics and in my sport. I am looking to study at a good academic college and compete with a volleyball team with a good level.
Why should a coach choose you for their team?
I should be chosen because I am a player who would give 110% of himself in training to be the best. I am a team player, I see my teammates as more than just teammates, they are like my family. I’m going to give the best of me during training so that I can help my team overcome any difficulties or challenges so we get that victory. I’m the kind of player who is always looking to do extra training hours, looking to do exercises in others sports so that I can improve my physical status and do a better job on the team. I am responsible, I’m always the first one at the trainings and the last one to leave. I think you should choose me because I’m going to work hard, play my best and fill the expectations or necessities the team needs. I’m going to give the best of me.
What makes you different to other players?
I’m a hard working player. I know all victories come from hard work so I am going to be the player who is going to train more than others and I am going to give all of me in trainings because I want to give the best of myself to my team, my coaches, my teammates and everyone who believes and supports us. I know from personal experience what it feels like to see other people achieve your dreams, and with hard work every day. If I get the opportunity to achieve my dream, I am going to work hard, play for the team and concentrate on my studies and my team!
How hard do you work on your goals?
I work really hard, really hard. When I started playing volleyball I saw the national players and it was then that I established my first goal, entering the National Team. I worked hard every day, sometimes I was very exhausted and down thinking it was too hard to enter a national team and thought of quitting but then I realized that having big dreams included having big sacrifices. When I focus on one goal I am going to work very hard to the point where I cant give anymore. Once I have a goal I am determined to accomplish it. I am a player who prefers to be in the gym working hard rather then partying or resting. I don’t leave anything to luck, I work hard and build my future. All what I have accomplished is based on hard work and persistence. I wont let frustration or failure take me away from my objective. I will work hard to accomplish my goals.
I want to graduate with a final average over 90%. Pass all my classes with good grades. Learn all I can to become a better student, person and intellectual person. I want to graduate with high scores so that I can have the opportunity to study a master degree.
I want to graduate from college with good grades so that I will have the opportunity to study a master degree. After graduating, I will look for a career with good pay. I also would like to have a family and give them better studies and all that my father has given me. I want to make my parents and my family. I would love to have a career where I could support y father so he would be able to stop working. I want to be present for my family, my parents, kids (one day) both economically and emotionally. I would love to help my family have a better life. I want to work hard during my youth so that when I look back at my life I will be proud of my accomplishments. Lastly, I want to always be near God because he has made me and given me all the opportunities I have.