I started hitting baseballs with my dad when I was only two years old. I have never stopped loving the sport since. The road getting here was a little rocky, but I know I was blessed with great parents that have been supportive of my dreams of playing college baseball. I never knew how much leading by example can do for a person and I never knew not all heroes wore capes. When I met my 12u travel ball coach my whole perspective changed and I think about the lessons he taught me still to this day. Things like, never give up, lead by example, and my personal favorite: "no one feels bad for you, so stop complaining, work hard, and play ball."
I have a few goals I want to accomplish in college, number one, I want a good education that will one day support my family and I comfortably. Number two, to continue following my dreams of playing baseball and making myself into the best baseball player I can possibly be. I am very coach-able and two of my favorite things are, learning and teaching new things. I love to set new PR's in the weight room, and on the Velocity gun, and I love watching people I've helped do the same.