Trent McMullen

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Sport: Boy's Baseball
HS Grad Year: 2017
Recruitment Status: Committed
Position 1: First Base
Position 2: Third Base
Ht. / Wt.: 6' 2'' / 215 lbs.
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School: Omaha Montessori High School
Location: Omaha , NE
Club Team: Nebraska Sluggers
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GPA: Approx 3.9, class gradin
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PERSONAL STATEMENT
Being a high level student athlete and being able to play baseball in college has been a long time dream of mine. I believe being a student athlete is a sign of respect. I not only want to represent the school, but also myself on and off the field. Whether in the classroom or on the field, being a strong role model is important and I work hard to be that.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
 
Describe Your Playing Style?: Balanced, aggressive, and focused
Personal Statement: Being a high level student athlete and being able to play baseball in college has been a long time dream of mine. I believe being a student athlete is a sign of respect. I not only want to represent the school, but also myself on and off the field. Whether in the classroom or on the field, being a strong role model is important and I work hard to be that.

Favorite Athlete(s) and why?: David Ortiz, Paul Goldschmidt, and Derek Jeter
Who's been the biggest influence on my sports career and why?: Dwayne Hosey. Coach Hosey is positive, easy to understand and a pleasure to work with. He brings out the best and always helps to motivate. Also, he is an accomplished athlete, having played both in Japan and in MLB.
About Me: I am the youngest of three boys. My oldest brother is an accomplished drummer and my middle brother is currently playing baseball in college. I have always attended Montessori schools and have loved them. My Montessori high school has been a great fit and has really given me a great work ethic and education.

I have enjoyed helping others in the pursuit of reaching their goals by volunteering at a local center for the disabled and also helping with training younger athletes.