Baseball has been a major part of my life since tee-ball. I love everything about it including the relationships developed with teammates, coaches and opponents over the years. Mostly, I love to compete and I strive to be the best player possible and improve after every practice and game. I also strive to be a great teammate and leader. I hope my work ethic and love of competition and my desire to win rubs off on everyone around me.
I’m also serious in the classroom and work hard to maintain excellent grades. I hope to graduate with a 3.8 GPA. The academic strength of schools is an important factor to me when considering colleges. I want more than anything to compete beyond the college level, but if that doesn’t happen, I want to go to medical school and become a physician so I can come back and serve my community.
I come from a large family and have five brothers who all play sports. My parents have always been so supportive of all of our activities and I feel very fortunate to have their support. Living in Alaska and being a baseball player has its disadvantages. Our season is very short up here. We play as soon as the snow melts, usually May 1st until the end of July. I’ve been very lucky to play for some Alaskan travel teams in order to compete outside Alaska against strong competition as well as play with my travel team based in Washington state.
My most recent combine metrics are here: https://baseballnorthwest.com/user/obrown/
My most recent videos are here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBzNlk0uaVTH0LULJYoqX_w/videos?view_as=subscriber