Baseball has always been a challenge that I have enjoyed attacking every single day. I was a guy that was told that I was not good enough from the start, from being unranked, to only having 1 Division one offer and to a guy not necessarily gifted with a ton of talent. I had to work every single day to achieve what I wanted to do in this game. It started out rough as I only hit .125 my freshman year at ETSU and really didn't know what my future in baseball looked like. I grew from that challenge of my first year and built myself into a 1st Team All-SoCon backstop who was on the watch list for the Buster Posey award, which goes to the top catcher in the country every year, to making the Cape Cod All Star Team. Following my career at ETSU, I transferred to the University of Tennessee and played on the 2021 College World Series team and achieved my dream I set out to accomplish by playing for the Hometown Team.
ETSU Catcher from 2016 - 2020
2x First Team All-SoCon
Johnny Bench Watchlist 2019 & 2020
Ranked the 74th Best Hitter in Nation 2020
2019 Cape Cod League All-Star
Tennessee Catcher 2021
2021 College World Series Participant
I have always wanted to give back to the younger generation of ballplayers that are in my community and teach them all that I have learned in my years of baseball. My goal is to make the game easier for them by teaching them all I have learned and hopefully they can pick it up much faster than I did. Whether their goal is to just play at the Next Level or be a Major League baseball player, I have seen the talent and the hard work that it takes to get there and would love to help your son or daughter along on their own journey.