|Primary Position||Short Stop|
|Secondary Positions||1B, 2B, SP|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
7/25-26/2019 Breakout Star of 2023 Class - Best in the US - South Showcase
Batting Exit Velocity: 104.3 mph - Underhand coach-pitched (Rapsodo - Verified on 2/22/19 by batting coach Ronnie Ortegon)
Pitching Velocity: 4-seam/2-seam 82 mph
Pitches: 4-seam, 2-seam, changeup, curve, splitter, cutter
Home to 1B time (from batting): 4.1 secs (verified on 8/4/2018 by Coach Cody Lambright & on 2/23/19 by Coach Joel Treanor)
I will attend college to pursue and complete my undergraduate and graduate studies. Additionally, I've played baseball since I was 4 years old. I love the game. I love competing against myself and take satisfaction in my measured performance improvement. College is the next level of competition after high school and this level is important, not only in my continued development as a player, but also as an opportunity to become a productive part of and to contribute to the team.
I take my health as an athlete very seriously. I've watched too many teammates lose time on the field as a result of injuries in baseball, other sports and activities, and just poor lifestyle choices. This not only affects the player, but more importantly it affects the team that relies on their commitment, the fans, and the families.
First, although I'm a starter in a football program that has 2 National Championships, multiple 5A/6A Texas championships, and is routinely ranked nationally in the top 3 programs in the country, I have played my last football game in order to focus on baseball and avoid the inevitable football injury. I have rest days built in between intensive workouts, a registered dietitian helping me with proper diet for my age and activity, and closely monitored pitch limits between games and bullpen sessions.
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