|Club||Chad Rogers||PBA STARS 18U||Dickinson||TX|
|High School||Kyle Gottardy|
|Secondary Positions||2B, RF|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
My arm slot is lower than most pitcher which puts my delivery as more of a sidearm/submarine style pitcher. Because of unique style, I am mainly used for relief, closing and situational pitching needs. When I am not pitching in a game, I am in the outfield rotation or DH.
Hobbies and interests:
* Baseball - working on my pitching and hitting mechanics
* Volunteering - assisting with Church and Community activities
* Family - Hunting, BBQ's, Movie and Dinner Nights
* Cars - mods, repairs and cleaning
* Project Graduation 2020 - TCHS 2016/2020
* Inducted into National Honor Society - TCHS 2018/2019 (Junior)
* Student Council - TCHS 2019/2020 (Senior)
* Senior Steering Committee - TCHS 2019/2020 (Senior)
* Interact Club - TCHS 2019/2020 (Senior)
I am looking to be recruited by a college with a strong academic and athletic program that will help provide structure in my routine as I transition into becoming independent. I feel that playing college baseball will not only further develop me physically but also mentally, where I can handle and appreciate life's ups and downs.
I show leadership on the field by maintaining my composure and lifting up my teammates during challenging times. Off the field, I have demonstrated leadership by tutoring younger students with their math and reading.
The game of baseball is not only a physical game it is also a mental game. I am fortunate to have a family where good academics are as important as diet and exercise. I try to maintain a balance with my schoolwork and conditioning for baseball. I set up a schedule each week with my strength and conditioning coach to work around my other commitments and responsibilities. When life throws me a curveball, I reevaluate my priorities and communicate appropriately.
I volunteer often at the Texas City St. Vincent De Paul food bank with my grandmother. I use this time to help others that are less fortunate or have fallen on hard times by providing them food and clothing and a bright smile. Volunteering at St. Vincent De Paul allows me to give back to the people of my town and also humbles me in the life I sometimes take for granted.