Q and A with 2014 Tiffin Commit: Alec McCurry (Olentangy Orange HS)



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Alec McCurry, C/INF, Class of 2014, Olentangy Orange HS

PBR: Why did you choose Tiffin?

McCurry: I took a visit to Tiffin and loved the small classrooms and the athletic facilities.

PBR: What other schools were you considering?

McCurry: Lake Erie, Malone and Walsh

PBR:  Where did Tiffin first see you compete?

McCurry: I believe they saw me first at the Midwest Future games

PBR: Coach Wilkins has brought a lot of excitement to the Dragon baseball program in his first full season.  What are some of the skills that you will bring to the table Tiffin?

McCurry: Good bat and a utility player in the field.

PBR: Your brother, Cole, is currently a sophomore on the Dragon squad.  How much of a role did he play in your college decision?

McCurry: He encouraged me and told me about all the good times he has had so far with the program.

PBR: What kind of role do the coaches expect you to play your first year on campus?

McCurry: Get good grades in the classroom and step up and start as a freshman

PBR: Who has had the biggest impact on you as a baseball player?

McCurry: My dad and my high school coach, Coach Callaghan have a big impact on my career.

PBR:  Who do you play for in the summer and what was your most exciting experience?

McCurry: I play for the Ohio Elite and my most exciting experience was going to Georgia and playing ball for a week.

PBR: What were your stats for this spring season at Olentangy Orange HS?

McCurry: hitting over .440 with 26 hits 1 HR, 1 triple, 6 doubles and 10 SB.