MEET OUR 
BASEBALL COACHES

 
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Kieron Pope
CEO/ LEAD INSTRUCTOR

KP played at East Coweta High School, High School All- American. He played travel ball for the East Cobb Astros, and the East Cobb Yankees. He was drafted out of high school in the 4th round by the Baltimore Orioles. He played 7 years with the Orioles until he was forced to retire early due to a severe leg injury. Since then he has been coaching and training kids. Developing kids is what he truly loves and was called to do.

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Kameron Gay
INSTRUCTOR

Kam is 22 years old and has played baseball for 15 years as well as 12 years of travel ball. He has been trained and coached by Kieron Pope since 2014, as well as pro players Adam Jones and Ryan Howard. Kam has been giving baseball lessons since the age of 16. He has trained current college and pro players. He went to Rawlings All American in 2017. He graduated from Georgia Premier Academy and Kam specializes in hitting, fielding, base running, injury prevention and the mental side of baseball.

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Sean Denney
INSTRUCTOR

Sean played baseball at Sevier County High school where he lettered 5 times, as well as 4 times All County, 4 times All region and 2 times All state. He played catcher and pitcher until a knee injury his sophomore year which he then began playing first base. He continually developed his skills in every position to become a well rounded player. He received a full scholarship at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He has played and coached a total of 20 years. He loves the game of baseball and enjoys helping players develop their mechanics and techniques.

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Andrew Washington
INSTRUCTOR

Andrew is 21 years old and has been playing baseball since he was 4 years old. During high school he transitioned into a pitcher only, which he continued throughout college. Andrew played division one baseball at the University of South Florida from 2019-2020 and juco baseball at Seminole State College from 2020-2022, as well as collegiate summer leagues. His strengths as a coach are mechanics, developing velocity and developing a good breaking ball. 

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Ashton DeLoach
INSTRUCTOR
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Kaleb Gardner

INSTRUCTOR

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Brandon Wayda

 RECRUITER