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, Auburn University
I wanted to write and say thank you for everything you have done for me. I know that without you I wouldn’t be where I am today. You are a good friend and I’m glad I have you in my life. I hope the family is doing well and I’ll see ya’ll over thanksgiving.
-Zonian, Michael Dixon #22 Mississippi State University
Thanks so much for the email! SOOO Cute! It was great seeing you the other day at the fields. I miss our team as well. Reed talked about you the whole way home. You are a great coach. The next time you want to take on a team, let us know we want to be on it. Last season WAS the most positive experience we have had to date.
Thanks for being great and teaching my son the game.
Sandlin, Todd, Reed, and Lilly!!!
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 and Erin 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 Erin and 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 and Erin all the luck with whatever life may bring in the future.
Brad Dydalewicz, LT High & Houston Astro (The player on the home page)
I started seeing Coach Scott when I was about 12 years old. I had never been much of a pitcher but Coach Scott changed that very quickly. From pitching lessons to just going for a drive to talk about life Scott was always there for me, and I would not be where I am now without him. I never left from a lesson without feeling accomplished even if it was a quick 30 minutes just to set some things straight. I always learned something that made me a better player. Scott taught me excellent mechanics and made me into a pitcher. Scott did everything he could to work with me on the mechanical adjustments I would have to make and even stayed with me extra hours to perfect them. Not only did Scott teach me to be a college level pitcher he was also the one who contacted the college that I am currently playing with and recommended me to one of their camps which is where I was noticed. Scott is the best coach, role model, and friend I could ask for and I am extremely grateful to him and Erin for all of the help and attention they have devoted to me.
Kegan Banks – Dripping Springs High, Blinn JC
Thanks for taking the time to have my student Brent Schaekel interview you for an assignment in his Introduction to Business class. I think our students learned a lot from being able to interact with professionals in this manner. Your words and thoughts helped us in our mission of developing Christian leaders.
Dean, College of Business
Concordia University Texas