My name is David Boisvert and I am a 6’4” RHP/3rd baseman from Charlotte, North Carolina. I just turned 16 in April 2019 and threw 87 at a June 2019 tournament. Being an athlete runs in my family with my father having played college basketball at Georgia Tech ( he is 6’8-which is what I am also projected to be). On my mother’s side, my grandfather played both college basketball and college golf. For me, baseball has always been my passion. I am from Florida and started playing baseball at 3 years old and played year round in Florida before moving to NC 4 years ago. I am a rising junior and started on the varsity baseball team both my freshman and sophomore years. I play travel ball for the CBC Copperheads.
I have a 3.75 unweighted GPA at a college prep high school. For the fall of 2019, my goal is to get even stronger to achieve my goal of throwing 90+ in the spring. My mom is the single biggest influence on me. She is a single mom and works harder than anyone I know. She has taught me that my character means everything and that hard work and perseverance are game changers. To that end, I look at every at bat, and every pitch, as a new opportunity and have a positive attitude, always. While I am driven to win, I am known as a respectful player to my coaches, to umpires, to opponents and to my teammates.
It is my dream to play baseball at the collegiate level where I can contribute significantly on the field and to my teammates. I would like a baseball program where I can have immediate impact. I will be the first to practice, and the last to leave and no one will outwork me. I have been attending a challenging college prep high school so I know what it takes to excel in the classroom. Academically, I am interested in earning an undergraduate degree in history. I am not tied to any one geographic location and am totally flexible in size of school. After I graduate, I am interested in competing in professional baseball.