Nick Romanelli

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Sport: Boy's Baseball
HS Grad Year: 2018
Recruitment Status: Undecided
Position 1: Pitcher
Position 2: First Base
Ht. / Wt.: 6' 4'' / 215 lbs.
School Jersey #: 9
Club Jersey #: 4
School: Las Cruces High school
Location: Las Cruces, NM
Club Team: Baseballs Next Level Tucson/ELP
Other Sports:
GPA: 3.7
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I am hard working, competitive and a great teammate. I love to challenge myself and strive for excellence. I would like to attend a school with strong academics and a strong baseball program. I would like to be able to contribute early in my career, but not a must. It is very important to me to find a school where I can find that right balance between the classroom and baseball field.


Andy Powers
Title: Pitching Coach
Organization / School: Texas Pitching Institute
Phone Number: 915-637-2567
Alternate Phone Number: 915 262-6031
Recommendation: To Whom It May Concern:
I have known and personally worked with Nick for the past 3 years. During this time, I have seen a dramatic growth in his physical ability on the field and the mental maturation as well. Currently, as a student at the Texas Pitching Institute, he will continue to receive the highest level of information and training available today. There are a few attributes that you just can't teach, in that he is probably going to end up being somewhere between 6'3" - 6'6" and he is a Left Handed Pitcher, whose arm works well. The areas that you would typically expect a sophomore to still be undeveloped in: physically and mentally are areas of focus that Nick is extremely determined to advance in over the next few years. I don't see any reason why he won't continue to achieve those goals. He is a very determined and motivated young man and I am proud to have him as a student at the Texas Pitching Institute. Nick is someone that I have used as an example and a leader in my training sessions and camps that I host.
Additional Information: Radar gun velocity 82-84, Top 87mph

Bryan Huie
Title: Head Club Coach
Organization / School: Baseball Next Level
Phone Number: 520-850-1579
Website link:
Recommendation: To Whom it May Concern: 

This letter is for Nick Romanelli a 2018 graduate. Nick is a 6’3"/195 LHP/1B. First and foremost Nick is and outstanding young adult. He is always respectful and always has a smile on his face. Nick has played for my Baseballs Next Level Club baseball teams based out of Southern Arizona. Our club organization is in my opinion much different than many others across the state. I believe in making our players better young men first and foremost and then better baseball players. We have over one hundred players in our program that was established last May. As of today we have had 35 players sign National Letters Of Intent to play college baseball. We have had two drafted as well. Below are just a few of my observation of Nick.

Nick is strong and athletic. Nick has a clean and easy arm action off the mound. Nick is a 82-84 MPH guy (pre injury) as we speak but has a very high upside to him. This is based on his frame and athleticism. As a hitter Nick has really good bat speed and is short and clean. I believe he has college potential as a LHP or hitter. He is still very young and looking at projectable I believe he will be a great fit to play college baseball. If you have any questions please feel free to call me or email me at anytime.


Bryan Huie

Miguel Gomez
Title: Head Varsity Coach
Organization / School: Mayfield High School
Phone Number: 575-644-0968
Recommendation: To Whom It May Concern:

It is my great pleasure to give insight on such a fine young gentleman. Nick Romanelli is a sophomore playing varsity baseball at a prestige 6-A High school. His size, many talents, and the fact that he throws and hits from the left side gives him great advantages. Nick possesses good bat and arm speed, his footwork around first base bag is getting better everyday. He has good glove work and arm accuracy around the bags. Nick has the potential to play at the next level and will soon be a college prospect. One of Nicks attributes is that he is a student of the game and understand how to work. He is a very coachable athlete who listens and puts into action. I'm proud to be his coach and mentor for many reasons. Nick fits into the team concept, trusts his coaches, believes in the program, and will do whatever it takes to win. I have no doubts that he can achieve his goals in becoming a college athlete.

Miguel Gomez