If you do decide to continue in Scouts, I would recommend participating in your Council's National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT). Some Councils do this much better than others but it is a great leadership training experience that the SAs understand and recognize. And after participating one year, you are often invited to be on the training staff, which is a great leadership experience - you are leading peers who are training leaders. My DS did NYLT at 14 and was on staff for 4 years after, culminating as SPL. During that time, he was able to teach adult leaders at Wood Badge (and unbeknownst to him at the time) taught a leadership class to our USNA's area BGO coordinator (and retired Navy Captain) who eventually presented his offer of appointment at DS's senior awards day. He was able to demonstrate continued leadership and followership growth beyond Eagle, showed commitment, and obtained an excellent letter of recommendation from his NYLT Scoutmaster that was submitted after he was CPR. This was in addition to participation in varsity sports etc.