Defenders Sport

Defenders Sport


About this pro

As a former standout Division-I outfielder at Wright State University, I provide the resources to elevate ball players physical and mental skill sets to prepare them for in game success. I specialize in swing mechanics and teaching the mental aspects of the professional hitting approach. I have been providing private basic/expert (depending on age/skill level) instruction for athletes ages 5-18 for around 4 years and I am currently in charge of baseball operations for Defenders Sport LLC.

My passion for all things baseball started over 20 years ago when I first played the game! This passion has driven my hard work and dedication that allowed me to develop the skills and knowledge to be successful at the Division I level. As an instructor it is fulfilling to be able to provide a quality service that was not available to me growing up. I love the feeling of guiding young athletes in the quest to mold their skills the right way and reach their baseball goals! 

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Lucas, TX 75002
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Observation, Evaluation, Implentation of corrections, Reevaluate... more corrections as needed.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I played Division I baseball at Wright State University. I was regarded as a top 200 Outfielder available for draft 2013-14. Also I have been giving instruction whether in a private or group setting for 4 years.

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching while I was still playing collegiate baseball at Wright State University. After continuously being voted best instructor I found that I had a passion for connecting with young athletes and giving them the tools to progress in the sport.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all levels (beginner, advanced, and expert) from ages 5-18. And also college level athletes when they are home for summer/winter break. 

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