I am a 6’1 180 lb right-handed pitcher from Vermont. Currently, I am a sophomore enrolled at Champlain Valley Union High School. Around the age of 4, I fell in love with the game of baseball. Throughout my years of experience, my passion for the game has only grown and inspired me to compete at the highest level I can.
From the start of my career, I have grown as an athlete and tremendously improved. I have achieved many personal goals and helped my club team win a championship and skills event. Not only have sports improved my athletic background, they have helped characterize who I am. I am a very coachable player, I listen with intent and pay attention to little details that could ultimately improve my athletic ability. I try hard to avoid mistakes and I use criticism as a way to learn. I believe it is important to learn from your mistakes so you can apply it to your game and visualize yourself succeeding in the future. I strive to win and put out maximum effort every time I step on the field. I would consider myself a role model on and off the field. I strive to do things the right way and am well respected by my teachers, coaches, and peers.
Throughout my baseball career, I have played first base, shortstop, and pitcher. Since starting as a first baseman in middle school, my skills, training, and physical growth have allowed me to become an excellent pitcher starting 10 out of the 16 games during my first high school season. At the plate, my goal every time I step into the batter's box is to have a quality at-bat; whether that be advancing my teammates over, sacrificing my at-bat to drive in a run, or getting hits. Knowing I did a job to put my team in a better position to win is meaningful.
My goal is to find a school that can challenge me academically, athletically, and can help me grow as a person. A key part in my decision making will be finding a program that is competitive and will allow me to be an active participant on the field.