I have been interested in West Point since I was in junior high school and now that im at the point of applying, I am interested in the response you might have for what my chances of being appointed are. A little about me, I am a 4-year football letter (2-year team captain), 3 year track letter (2 year team captain), I lettered and was the captain of my wrestling team, and I hold all my schools weight/powerlifting records. I scored a 27 on my ACT and a 1790 on my SAT (1190 combined). I hold a 3.5/4.0 GPA and am in a private school that voids class rank, but take all AP and Honors classes. I am also a member of the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). I am a delegate on my schools services board for outside community projects that the school sponsers. I will be graduating Distinguished on academic and foreign language. Outside school I am the lead teen attorney for my county and an intern to two different judges in my county. I have received the Gold National Presidential Services Award and been featured in my Districts Newsletter for garnishing awards within Teen Court as well as a statewide recognition of being the lead attorney at a state competition. I was a Boys State delegate and elected as a District Attorney at Boys State. If I receive a nomination from my state rep. (Ralph Hall), which I am anticipating upon interning for his campaign office, what are my chances with the resume listed of getting into West Point? Also, I am applying for a 4-year ROTC scholarship to take to either VMI or The Citadel with me as a back up plan. Any insight on how I compare for that? Frankly to anyone reading, I want to serve my country as best as I can, in the leadership capacity that God has granted me. My goal is to become a commisioned officer in the Army and hopefully soon after become an Army Ranger in the 75th. Thank you all for your insight, it is much appreciated!