Setting goals is an important part of college life. It’s even more important as a student-athlete. Purdue freshman Cory Trice Jr. takes it very seriously, and it’s paying off.

On Sunday morning, Chris Jung of The Sporting Edge shared an image of a goal chart that Trice has creating. It’s not only a goal chart for himself, but one he has to honor and remember his father.

Trice’s goal chart consists of three categories: academic, camp and in-season. Some of his goals include maintaining a 3.0 grade point average in the classroom; earning a starting spot in summer camp and finish the year with three interceptions or more.

Saturday, Trice recorded two interceptions against Maryland in a 40-14 win, one of which was a game-changing pick-six at the end of the first half. Below is a look at the chart:

Trice has had a great start to the season for Purdue, totaling 15 tackles, a stop for loss, two interceptions and a pass break-up. He’s played in all six of the Boilermakers’ games so far.

There’s no question that this goal chart has helped Trice be successful early in his collegiate career at Purdue.