Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Weston Winters
Position
Primary Position Catcher
Secondary Positions 1B, 2B, 3B
Physical Attributes
Stance Throwing arm Vertical jump Bench Press (max)
R R - 245
Baseball Honors

2nd Team All Area (Junior Year)
Varsity Letter (Freshman/Sophomore/Junior)

2019 Fall OK OSSAA Varsity District Champs, Lost in 2nd round of Regionals to Fletcher
2019 Spring OK OSSAA Varsity District Champs, Lost in Semi-final Round of Regional Playoffs
2018 Fall OK OSSAA Varsity District Champs, Lost in Final Round of Regional Playoffs against Ft Cobb
2018 Spring OK OSSAA Varsity District Champs, Lost in Final Round of Regional Playoffs against Fletcher
2017 Spring OK OSSAA Varsity District Champs, Lost in Semi-final Round of Regional Playoffs against Wright City

Baseball Additional

Harold Suriel - Private baseball development /catching/strength and training coach
Phone: (904) 258-3598
Email: Hrd0311@gmail.com

Stats:
Exit velo - 90 mph (08/11/19 The Complete Showcase, Melissa, TX)
Pop time -
2.0 (10/21/18 OK Mudcats Tryout clocked by Taylor Varnell – 10.21.18)
1.86 (6/3/18 -Weatherford Tournament by Enid Plainsman Assistant Coach 6.3.19)
2.18 (08/11/19 The Complete Showcase, Melissa, TX)

Consistent Pop Time: 2.13 (10/21/18 Tryout)
60 yd Dash - 7.6 (08/11/19 The Complete Showcase, Melissa, TX)
Infield Velo - 71 mph (08/11/19 The Complete Showcase, Melissa, TX)

Hitting Strengths: Gap to Gap power
Physical Attributes: back squats: 315 Power clean: 225 Bench: 250

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Navajo High School
School City
Altus
School State
OK
Guidance Counselor
Danielle Tucker
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
-
School Size
-
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
7
School Division
A
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Anatomy
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
Other Academic Information
National Honor Society and Oklahoma Honor Society Concurrent college classes as a Junior AP History, AP Computer Science this year *class rank (#3-8 are all within a 100th of a decimal point of each other
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Personal


First Name
Ralph
Last Name
Harford V
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'10"
Weight
175
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

In addition to loving to play baseball, I feel the game is part of who I am. Participating in a sport helps to keep me centered, continue developing both leadership/following skills and continue to stay healthy and fit. I believe I would be an asset, as I have a great deal to offer both on and off the field to any program.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I play an active role in leading both my High school and Travel ball teams. I am a strong, very observant young man who respects the game as well as my teammates. I have a great deal of zest for life and show passion for all things. I excelled in Speech and Debate and paved the way in a specific type of presentation we had never entered previously. I have co-organized our previously non-existent student pep section for our fall 2018-2019 Basketball.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I am dedicated to my health. I typically eat a well-balanced diet coupled with a very dedicated workout program. For example, during the current off-seasons (we play both fall/spring school ball) in addition to the regular school program, I have been completing a catcher's dedicated 16 week workout. It is very intense. I am able to accomplish this in addition to, weekly batting session, travel ball practice, excelling at high school and the college courses I am concurrently enrolled. I am the true definition of "Student" and "Athlete."

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Since the Spring of 2016, I have volunteered with A League Of Our Own. With this charity, I get to spend time with special needs children playing sports. We help them participate in "A League Of Their Own." This is a rewarding experience, as it allows me to give back by helping others, who would typically never have a chance, feel the same enjoyment I feel for baseball. It also is a reminder of how blessed I am to be physically and mentally capable of being a strong "student athlete."

I also do volunteer time with Altus Christian Fellowship. We spend time preparing food bags, coordination of handing out food to the needy and helping them on occasion get it to their homes. On some occasions these food bags have include food items to allow their families to have special holiday meals. These experiences are humbling as you see how many people are without food and hear stories of individual struggles to get this small donation. What seems like a small amount of food to me, means the world to those we are serving.

In addition to helping those with special needs and the needy, I also mentor younger baseball players on and off the field. I provide private training to improve their confidence and skills on and off the field. I also work to build selfworth and morale among the junior high age boys as I encourage them to work hard on the classroom side of their skills so they understand that as an athlete your grades are just as important to your future.

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Blog Posts


Accepted the invite & will be attending the Abilene Christian Univerisity - Baseball - Elite Prospect Showcase
October 21, 2019
ACU's Elite Prospect Showcase - 11/9/2019 @ 10 am: Pro-style workout and game situations to "showcase" abilities to the ACU baseball coaches and other university baseball coaches in attendance....
Another chance to see me play some ball this fall...PBR EVENT...
October 10, 2019
OK Fall Top Propsect Games (PBR) University of Central Oklahoma October 27th 2023-2020 Graduates (Invite Only): The third annual OK Fall Top Prospect Games will be held at Wendell Simmons Filed on...
Fall Baseball games
October 8, 2019
Fall Baseball games may have come to an end...but There is NO OFF SEASON! Dedication NEVER ends!
2019 Fall Baseball Regional Tournament October 3rd & 4th ~ Come see us play
October 2, 2019
Come watch my team and me GRIND in our Regional Tournament this Thursday and Friday! The bracket information was just updated: OSSAA Fall Baseball Regional Tournament Bracket October 3rd & 4th...
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
September 30, 2019
In addition to loving to play baseball, I feel the game is part of who I am. Participating in a sport helps to keep me centered, continue developing both leadership/following skills and continue to...