Kyler Clarke is a 6’5 RHP senior in high school attending Trinity Christian. Clarke is committed to play baseball at Columbia International University in the fall.
Q: How long have you played baseball for and what made you get into it?
A: “I’ve played baseball ever since I’ve been able to walk. My dad played for the Rockies and I always wanted to be like him.”
Q: Why did you select CLPB to play for the summer?
A: “I selected CLPB because I needed a place to play this summer and my father trusted and knows some of the coaches, so we thought it was the right place for me.”
Q: What made you choose Columbia International University?
A: “I choose CIU because of the environment. The coach really treats his players like family and I really liked that.”
Q: Do you know what you want to study in college?
A: “I’m not quite sure what I want to study in college, but if baseball doesn’t work out, I want to be a firefighter.”
Q: Do you like pitching of playing the field more?
A: “I like pitching more because I get to touch the ball and be involved in every play.”
Q: How would you describe your personality on the field?
A: “On the field I am quiet, and I let my work do the talking because actions speak louder than words.”
Q: Being that it is your senior year of high school what goals do you want to accomplish as a team and individually?
A: “I would like to lead my team to a state title this year, and I personally would like to gain at least 3 MPH on my fastball before the fall.”