Kam Dulay

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Sport: Boy's Baseball
HS Grad Year: 2019
Recruitment Status: Undecided
Position 1: Third Base
Position 2: First Base
Ht. / Wt.: 6' 2'' / 186 lbs.
School Jersey #: 24
Club Jersey #:
School: Prospect High School
Location: Saratoga, CA
Club Team:
Other Sports: Basketball
GPA: 3.5
SAT: 1120
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I am dedicated to achieving success at the next level. I have a great work ethic and I want to continue to demonstrate solid performance in the classroom as well as on the baseball field to help the team be successful.


Scott Simms
Title: Head Coach
Organization / School: Prospect High School Baseball
Phone Number: 408-799-4932
Email: scott9simms@gmail.com
Recommendation: Kam is a talented player and, more importantly, he’s a learner. He wants to improve at every facet of the game. An intelligent “team” guy, he’s well-respected by his coaches and teammates.

He’s probably best-suited at a corner position. Mostly a 3rd baseman, Kam may also fit as a 1st-baseman as well.

As a Junior, he led our team and was among the league leaders with a .429 BA and was 2nd in the league with 8 doubles. He’s a pure hitter with power and is only going to get better.

Kam’s a high-character guy. He’s passionate about the game and carries himself with integrity. He would be a great addition to any college program.

Scott Simms
Varsity Head Coach
Prospect Baseball

Greg Paxton
Title: Instructor
Organization / School: Sirious Baseball
Phone Number: 4083483364
Email: greggpaxton@me.com
Recommendation: I have had the opportunity to work with Kam for the past year. Not only is he a top level baseball player, but more importantly he has a great attitude and an amazing work ethic. I always look forward to working with Kam and I’m excited to see what his future holds!

Jacob Jackson
Title: Head Coach
Organization / School: Prospect High School
Phone Number: 408-832-0136
Email: jacob.louis.jackson@gmail.com
Recommendation: I've coached Kam in both baseball and basketball at the high school level, and his mental makeup is as strong as any athlete I've coached. He pushes past adversity extremely well and handles failure in constructive ways to make himself a better athlete. I've seen examples of this in multiple settings:

1. After getting cut from the F/S basketball team as a freshman, he dramatically improved his conditioning and skill level in the following year. His sophomore year, he made the F/S team, was elected team captain, and was voted team MVP after leading the squad in scoring and helping them to a 2nd-place finish.

2. He consistently attended practices and been the hardest worker on the team. His selflessness in accepting new roles was crucial to both his baseball and basketball teams qualifying for the Central Coast Section playoffs.

3. He's consistently the hardest worker in the weightroom in his advanced PE (class), and his body composition has improved as a result.

Kam has been a 3.5+ gpa student throughout his high school career while juggling his two-sport commitment, and he has a high athletic IQ in addition to his resilience and academic success. I have no doubt that he will be a successful student-athlete in college