|Chris Roller||Lake Travis||UTSA||Los Angeles|
|Brad Kuntz||Lake Travis||Baylor||Milwaukee|
|Caleb Smith||Regents, Austin||Rice||Milwaukee|
|Daniel Minor||Dripping Spings||Texas A&M Corpus||Houston Astros|
|Mace Thurman||Westlake, Austin||Baylor||Cincinnati Reds|
|Taylor Johnson||Dripping Springs||St. Edwards||Detroit Tigers|
|Denny McDaniel||Lake Travis||Blinn JC||KC,Seattle,White Sox, Astros|
|Brad Dydalewicz||Lake Travis||N/A||Houston Astros|
-Derry and Debbie Minor
I didn’t formally thank you for all the help you have given me throughout the years, and without your help and encouragement there is no way I could have gotten to where I am today.
Caleb Smith, Rice University / Milwaukee Brewers
"Thank you for everything you have done for me, whether it was helping me become a better baseball player or just giving me advice in general. I started coming to your place when I was 8 years old and don’t regret a day of it because it helped me become the player and person that I am today. You have been a great help to me growing up and I appreciate every bit of it. You have influenced my life and career a great amount and it would have been hard making it to where I am without your help. I am very thankful that you have shared all different types of experience with me to help guide my career in the right path. I also thank you for letting me come to each one of your workout places where ever they might have been as well as meeting me at different locations just to give me lessons. I am very glad that I was introduced to you and I couldn’t see myself where I am today without that happening. Once again thank you for everything you have done for me and I wish you all the luck with whatever life may bring in the future."
- Brad Dydalewicz
Lake Travis High & Houston Astro
Thank you for bringing Coy into the Boom organization. While we have only played two tournaments with this group, the atmosphere in the stands and the positive direction the players are getting is tremendous. I appreciate you giving the new players the same chances as the established ones on the team. As far as baseball instruction goes, Coy is in your hands. If you ever need help enforcing behavior, discipline or work ethic with Coy, let us know and we can help. I look forward to seeing his growth as a player and a young man this summer.