My name is Austin Testerman and I am entering my senior year at Whitewright High School in Whitewright, TX. I am a 6'1'', 156 pound varsity athlete and I have been playing baseball since I was 5 years old…I love the sport! I began seriously training myself towards becoming a dominant pitcher in my freshman to sophomore year and continue to utilize several programs in this process (Driveline mechanics, Texas Baseball Ranch techniques and I work out 5 days a week at Exos in the off season). In addition, I have a complete work-out facility in my back yard where I train and manage my program. My goal this summer is to put on 10 pounds of muscle and bring my fast ball up to 95.
I am a strong right handed, 3-hole bat in the lineup and hit .397 this season. When not on the mound I am effective at shortstop as well as in center field but I have played all positions…my mind set is to play where I am needed.
I am extremely motivated to play baseball in college and while I am drawn to the smaller sized schools in the South Central/Southwest region, my goal is to play ball at a competitive level…regardless of the location. I want to play in the NCAA division that will give me the best opportunity to continue to grow both on and off of the field. I have an “all in” work ethic and value the relationships that I have developed on the field, both with coaches and my team mates. I give 100% and want to be in a program that will cultivate that commitment.