Thursday, March 1, 2012
Ray receives honor
The 2012 high school baseball season is approaching and PRO-DAY Baseball announced that John Wesley Ray has been selected to the 2012 Pre-Season Prep Gear/PRO-DAY Baseball First Team All-American.
Ray is a sophomore pitcher/first baseman at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Tenn.
“We are very pleased to have John Wesley on our All-American team for 2012”, said the president of PRO-DAY Baseball, Jeff Gross. “It is quite an honor to be selected to this team. We conducted over 30 showcases in the southern United States and evaluated many players last year that went through our professional workouts and participated in our ball games. The decisions were tough as we saw hundreds of players, but these young men are the cream of the crop, we feel.”
PRO-DAY Baseball is based out of Orange Beach, Ala., and does professional evaluations for high school players wishing to advance their game to the next level. Each participant goes through a professional workout and plays games coached by professional scouts or college coaches. Established in 1989, the objective was to teach the finer points of the game. In 2001, the showcases were added, along with former professional players and scouts to the staff. PRO-DAY, besides teaching the professional way to play the game, also assists the young men to get noticed and potentially receive a scholarship to college.
If you are a high school prospect and would like more information about PRO-DAY Baseball, you may register for free at www.prodaybaseball.com or call 1-888-224-6150.
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