Originally from Lakeland, Florida, Jason grew up playing baseball year-round from the age of 3. After relocating to North Carolina for High School, Jason continued to play baseball, basketball, and football at an All-State level. Upon graduation, Jason continued his playing career with a commitment to an ACC talent, followed by a shoulder injury leading Jason to decommit and then recommit to UNC Pembroke. Following a number of injuries, Jason has recreated himself as a pitching specialist, with a focus in injury prevention for 

UNC Pembroke.jpg

your young athlete. Jason continued his playing career after college at the Home Talent Level, going 20-2 in his 2 years with 2.33 ERA, and 2 Home Talent championships, before hanging up his cleats to work with young athletes in their development and career. Jason also held a position with NCSA following college, an organization that specializes in recruitment efforts for your young athletes. Jason brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization in the form of coaching, recruitment, and individual development. He is also an assistant coach on the 12U travel team. A resident of Lake Mills, Jason’s wife was a Division 1 soccer player, and has a 2-year-old son and 1 year old daughter who will be Thundercat’s one day, too.