Demian Larson, Esq., C.P.A. - Demian is a founder of the organization and implements the vision and day to day operations for the organization. "The goal is to simple: develop players and help them improve their skills at the lowest possible cost in the market. It's not about plastic trophies, its about player improvement and learning."
Nick currently plays for the Frontier Greys travel team. He was born May 13, 1991 in Lewisville, North Carolina. He is 6’4” and weighs 210 lbs. He committed to play college baseball at East Carolina University. In fact, his roommate was supposed to be Mike Trout.
He was drafted in the 5th round by the Texas Rangers in 2009. He has played at every minor league level from A to AAA. He was elected to the Arizona Fall League. His team, the Surprise Saguaros, won the league championship in 2013. In 2013, Nick split time between Myrtle Beach and Frisco while also making a cameo appearance in May with Round Rock.
He just recently had surgery on his throwing arm, but expects to be back in the spring as a force on the mound. In his spare time, he loves playing golf, watching sports and, of course, spending time with his wonderful fiance, who just happens to be a sports psychologist.
With the NTX Spartans, Nick primarily works on offseason clinics and the fall season as he stills plays baseball with the Frontier Greys travel ball team and looking to get picked up by an MLB team.
Jeremy is a professional baseball player currently playing in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. He was born on August 14, 1987 in Muncie, Indiana. He attended Ball State University and studied business.
While at BSU, he was the starting second baseman for two years and the starting center fielder his third year. After his junior year in college he was named an All-American then drafted in the 4th round by the Boston Red Sox. He played at every level for the Red Sox from A to AAA, gathering awards along the way. In 2012, shortly following a promotion from AA to AAA, his team won the Governors Cup (league championship) and went to the national championship game.
In the offseason of 2013 he was traded from the Red Sox to the Dodgers. For the Dodgers he has played in AA and AAA. He has also played winter ball in Mexico and Venezuela. Jeremy was recently picked up by the St. Louis Cardinals playing for the Memphis Redbirds AAA team. With the NTX Spartans, Jeremy primarily works on offseason clinics as he still plays baseball in the St. Louis Cardinals organization during the regular spring baseball season.
Ryan just recently retired from playing baseball. He was born March 27, 1985 in Merriville, Indiana. He attended Indiana State University. He was drafted as a pitcher in the 18th round by the Texas Rangers in 2005 and he played for A, AA, and AAA teams including the Frisco Roughriders. In 2010, he was traded with Tanner Roark to the Washington Nationals for Christian Guzman. Thereafter, he played with the Hanwha Eagles in Korea until he recently retired. Ryan will be working the other NTX Spartan development coaches and helping train and coach our players in all aspects of the game of baseball.
Daniel Hawk Jr.
Daniel Hawk, Jr. is a current baseball player committed to play baseball at the University of Texas - Arlington. Daniel has been playing baseball for the last 15 years of his life in various positions. He has spent a considerable amount of time as a catcher and a pitcher. He was a three year letterman at Frisco Liberty High school, an all district pitcher with Liberty High school and a state semi-finalist. In fact, he was a true sophomore pitcher at North Lake Junior College. Daniel has committed to pitch at the University of Texas - Arlington in the spring.
With the NTX Spartans, Daniel primarily works with pitchers and catchers.
Phone: (214) 930-8911
Carrie was born in New Mexico on June 13, 1983, but thank goodness her parents came to their senses and moved to the great state of Texas just four months later. Carrie grew up in North Richland Hills participating in a variety of sports in high school and college. She knew from an early age that she wanted to be a counselor. Thanks to her brothers for making her memorize baseball cards at the ripe age of 6, Carrie developed a love for sports and in particular baseball.
After graduating from Dallas Baptist in 2008 with her Masters in Counseling, she set out to get her LPC and have a speciality in Sports Psychology. Carrie met her mentor five years ago, who is the director of sports psychology with the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers. He has guided her and taught her skills that have been invaluable and which cannot be learned in a classroom.
Carrie has worked with the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers organizations in helping the athletes with both teams improve the mental side of their game. She enjoys speaking to collegiate and high school student athletes as well as working with individuals dealing with sports performance anxieties at her private practice.
With the NTX Spartans, Carrie primarly works offseason clinics as well as provides private counseling.
As owner and founder of Turbo Techniques (www.turbotechniques.com), LoRenzo Daniel has a resume that is matched by few. He is one of the most prolific sprinters in NCAA history.
During his tenure at Mississippi State, LoRenzo set several NCAA records. His finest moment no doubt came in 1988, when he set the collegiate record for the 200 meters with a time of 19.87 seconds. At that time, this was fifth fastest 200 meters ever run and just .15 seconds off of the world record. During LoRenzo' s freshman campaign, he established a World Junior Record for the 200 meters with a time 20.07 seconds which stood for 19 years. He also held the collegiate record for 300 meters (indoors) at 32.67 seconds for 24 years. He is also the only athlete to ever win the Southeastern Conference 200 meters title for four consecutive years. LoRenzo holds many Southeastern Conference records and even more at Mississippi State.
Following his collegiate career, LoRenzo served as a graduate assistant under Bob Kitchens at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). While at UTEP, he recruited and helped train several Olympians. Although his career was cut short by a severe injury prior to the 1988 Olympics, LoRenzo is considered one of the best 200 meters runners ever. Listed below are highlights from his illustrious career:
* Set World Junior Record @ 200 meters (20.07 sec.) (Broken by Usain Bolt)
* Set Collegiate Record @ 200 meters (19.87 sec.)
* Set Collegiate Record @ 300 meters (32.67 sec.)
* 7th Fastest 400 meters split ever run (43.4 sec.)
* 100 meters personal best of 10.00 sec.
* 8-Time All-American @ Mississippi State University
* 4-Time Southeastern Conference Champion @ 200 meters
* Former U.S. Junior Champion @ 200 meters
* Southeastern Conference Record Holder @ 200 meters (indoors/outdoors)
* High scorer @ Southeastern Conference Championships as a freshman
* Holds 9 Mississippi State University Track records
* Has been timed at 4.26 seconds for 40 yards
With the NTX Spartans, LoRenzo's trains our athletes in speed and agility.