Connor Green : Austin, Texas
Tyler Location : Performance Coach

Connor Green, born and raised in Austin, played sports from an early age. At Hyde Park Baptist High school in Texas’ capital city, Connor, a multi-sport athlete, excelled in baseball and football. Connor continued his baseball career, by playing collegiately at the University of Texas at Tyler. 

Training Experience
Career Highlights
Lead coach for the off-season training of MLB & MiLB players including multiple 100mph+ throwers, World Series Champions, Top prospects, and Organizational Player of the Year.
Leads the development of APEC throwing program that has seen an average of 5mph increase to athletes fastballs over the past 5 years.
Training Skills
  • MiLB All-Stars Coach 100 %
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach 100 %

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