Q:What is one goal you have for yourself in baseball? 
A: One goal I have for myself in baseball is to play out of state in college and play in the MLB. 
Q: What do you like to do when you're not playing baseball?
A: Even when I'm not playing baseball I have a glove and a ball in my hand 24/7. I like to throw the ball to the wall or my dad, and hit off the tee into the net in my back yard. I like to go to church, read, draw, and spend time with my family. 
Q: What's the dumbest thing you've heard from spectators in the stands?
A: The dumbest thing I've heard in the stand is: "he's not going to swing."
Q: What's the best advice you've been given by a coach or mentor?
A: The best advice I've been given is height doesn't matter in baseball and to always give it my all as if it's my last game playing; and to never quit on myself.
Q: What has baseball taught you that you can apply in life outside of athletics?
A: Baseball has taught me how to be independent and have a lot of structure in life as in, being responsible, like being on time and setting goals for myself.