Joe Abramowitz was the Head Junior Varsity and Assistant Varsity Baseball coach at Olympia High School. Abramowitz also has collegiate baseball and professional instructor experience. He aspires to develop each player in the Academy to their full potential and will work primarily with infielders, outfielders and hitters.
Mason Davis is an infielder that played college baseball at the Citadel. He was drafted by the Marlins in the 2014 draft. He is a 2B that has played four seasons in the Marlins farm system. He currently plays for the Jupiter Hammerheads and has a career minor league batting average of .270.
Alex House played at Florida Atlantic University from 2014 to 2017 as a pitcher. He was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 2017 draft and currently plays with the Tri-City Valley Cats. This past season he finished the year with a 3.54 ERA.
Mitchell Jordan is a right-handed pitcher who attended Lake Brantley High School and helped the Patriots win the 8A state title in 2013. He went on to pitch at Stetson University and won the Cape Cod League Pitcher of the Year posting an 8-1 record with a 0.20 ERA. He was drafted in the 10th round by the Oakland A’s in 2016 and has played one season in their minor league system.
Danny Light is currently the Head Coach at Tavares High School. He also coached at Deland High School and Lake Howell High School. He has a background in speed and agility training and works with kids in these areas at the ABA camps and clinics.
Nikko Martell is currently the Head Coach at Lake Tohopekaliga High School. He has many years of playing and coaching experience at the high school level. He a passion for teaching the game of baseball and works primarily with infielders, outfielders and hitters.
Brett Rhodes was a four-year starter on his high school team and earned a scholarship to play baseball at Drexel University. He finished his college playing career at Florida A&M University. He has been around baseball his entire life and also works at Sanford Memorial Stadium. He works primarily with hitters, infielders, outfielders and catchers.
Jordan Thomas played outfield for three years at Bethune-Cookman University where he was on the All-MEAC Academic team each year. He played his final year of college baseball at Webber International University. This past year he played in the Desert League of Professional Baseball, where he had a .346 batting average over the course of the season.