College and MLB Draft League Experienced Infielder, Gap to Gap hitter with discipline, Team Captain with 6 Years of Coaching available Post-Graduation 2023
Name: Henriadam Brower
DOB: August 27, 2000
Date Available: May 10, 2023Will Pay Flight
Positions: 2B, 3B
Positions (alt): Youth Coach, 2B, 3B, SS
College: Voorhees College; Ottawa University Arizona
Henriadam is primarily a second baseman, but he can also slot in at shortstop and third base, so he adds flexibility to a club’s roster. He is solid defensively with a good throwing arm.
At the plate, he is very disciplined. His exit velocity ranges from the low- to mid-90s (mph), and it occasionally rises into the high-90s.
Henriadam is a high-energy individual who enjoys watching others develop, both on and off the field. He describes himself as “an outspoken leader who also leads by example” and one who is always open to constructive criticism. He spends much of his free time working out and training to remain in top condition and keep his baseball skills at a high level.
He has been a youth coach/instructor for several years and would be very interested in helping a club’s coaching staff. He brings a high level of enthusiasm and a positive outlook to those he instructs. His eventual goal is to open his own baseball training facility.
In 2020, averaged .289 with .753 OPS
.276/.463/.500 slash line in 2022
Leads team in multiple offensive categories
Captain of college team
Captain of high school team
Four-year starter in high school and in college
- 2022 HBCU ALL STAR GAME
Henriadam wants to continue his playing career, learn more about how the game is played in other parts of the world, and experience new environments.
Voorhees gala salutes scholars, thanks donors, presents keepers of the flame and raises $300,000
Voorhees University alum signs contract with Major League Baseball Draft program
|2017-Present||Instructor/Tournament Coach||Private Facility||Youth||I've coached children of various ages. I enjoy interacting with children and teaching them about this game called life and baseball. There is more to life than baseball, and it is my responsibility to develop not only better baseball players, but also better people. I've managed a facility with over 50 children on my own, held camps, and coached in tournaments. I teach agility, batting, fielding, base running, mental toughness, and life skills.|