I first started to play baseball when I was 10, and to be honest I did not know what I was doing. I was a diver at the time and soon transferred over to play baseball because some of my friends were doing it and for some reason I felt drawn to it. My first season was an interesting experience because I had never played before so I didn't have the right equipment or gear. My bat grip was shaped triangularly and it took me awhile to realize that that was not normal. But somehow I did really well that season and had a lot of fun so ever since that year I have loved the sport and have strived to get better every season. After my first two seasons of playing baseball, my family moved from California to Texas and in Texas was where I really started to put most of my focus into baseball. I started to take private lessons with coaches and went from playing recreational ball to playing select baseball. I have had my good seasons and I have had my bad, but each season I have learned something new, gained more experience and have become more passionate about the sport. I sincerely believe that I have what it takes to play at the college level, and look forward to taking my skills and experience to the next level.