At P360 Performance Sports, we have Professional Instructors with College and/or Professional experience--sharing their personal baseball knowledge and improving each player's skill set.
Teaching proper fundamentals while advancing pitch command/selection and increasing velocity.
Teaching proper fundamentals, developing how to handle the bat, loading properly, staying though baseballs at contact, and increasing power.
Teaching proper fundamentals, the ability to use backhand/forehand, clean exchange, and players using their feet to be in a better position to throw.
Justin Reed was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. He was drafted in the 4th round of the 2006 MLB Amateur Draft out of Hillcrest Christian High School by the Cincinnati Reds. As an Assistant Coach at Madison St. Joe, Coach Reed won the 2018 2A State Championship. Justin is currently in his 2nd year as Head Coach at Hillcrest Christian High School, and he primarily focuses on Hitting.
Brian Pepper has almost 20 years of coaching experience. His coaching resume includes Tennessee Tech, Jackson State Community College, Union University, and his current position at Ridgeland High School. Brian has just begun as an instructor at P360-Jackson, and he primarily focuses on hitting.
Ryan Creek is originally from Winchester, Virginia. He played collegiate baseball at Louisburg College in Louisburg, North Carolina. Out of Louisburg, Ryan was drafted in the 34th Round of the 1992 MLB Amateur Draft by the Houston Astros. Coach Creek primarily focuses on pitching.
Nick Gibert is originally from Ridgeland, MS, and he graduated from Brandon High School. Nick continued his playing career at Texas Tech, Tarleton University, and Cisco College. He has been going lessons at P360 for over 2 and a half years, and he primarily focuses on Hitting.
Blaine Adams is originally from Greenville, Mississippi, and he played college baseball at Delta State University. Blaine's coaching resume includes 7 seasons at Madison-Ridgeland Academy and 6 seasons coaching SBG Sox teams. He currently coaches two SBG Sox teams, and he gives lessons on all aspects of the game but focuses primarily on pitching.
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