I realized in the Fall of 2015, my eighth grade year that I had enough talent to play college baseball. That season, I hit the ball well and played against players that were three to four years older. In the Spring of 2017, I was the only freshman that made the Junior Varsity (JV) A-Team. As my season went on, I again realized that I had the ability to take baseball to the next level. I finished my freshman baseball season with a batting average of .382, an 5-2 pitching record, ERA 2.36 and pitched two combined no-hitters. I am excited to see what the next three years of high school baseball has in store for me. I have already started my off-season workouts to improve my baseball skills for the upcoming year.
I am a two-sport athlete. I play football in the fall and baseball in the spring. I am coachable, a team player and I bring the ability to play multiply positions on the field.
I looking to make an early contribution to wherever I decide to play college baseball. I am looking for a competitive program to improve my baseball skills and an outstanding school to pursue a medical degree.