Georgia – Austin Pharr

9th Annual POWER SHOWCASE HOME RUN DERBY

“FEATURED” 

GEORGIA REPRESENTATIVE

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Austin Pharr

6’1 / 175

3B/OF

Age: 18

Playing in:

FEATURED

ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC – EAST

ATHLETIC INFORMATION
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Showcase State: GA

Primary Pos: 3B

Secondary Pos: OF

Bat: Left

Throw: Right

Arm Velocity (MPH): 82

BTA: .407

Run time (60) : 7.08

SCHOOL INFORMATION
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Class of 2015

Cherokee High School

Canton GA

College Commitment:  Kennesaw State University

 

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H.S. Coach: Jason McDaniel
770-826-9388
jason.mcdaniel@cherokee.k12.ga.us
WARRIORS

 

S.L. Coach: Scoop Pharr
770-354-4972
scooppharr@yahoo.com
PROSPECTS BASEBALL

INDIVIDUAL ATHLETIC AWARDS/HONORS
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  • 2014 GA 5AAAAAA All Region Team

  • Cherokee Tribune All County Team

  • Cherokee Ledger All County Team

  • Georgia High School Team Georgia Representative

  • 2014 Sunbelt Class All Tournament Team

  • 2014 Rawlings Top Prospect

CONTACT INFORMATION

Jason & Wendy McDaniel
Waleska GA 30183

Jason: 770-826-9388
macwendy33@hotmail.com

Wendy: 404-310-6273
wm_prospectsbaseball@yahoo.com

Austin: 678-315-0415
apharr22@hotmail.com

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Austin has partnered with Stetson Ely for Home Runs that Help

  

 Stetson is the 18 month old son of one of Austin’s teachers and mentors, Coach Matt Ely, and his wife, Kathryn.  A few months ago, Stetson began showing some signs of developmental delays and began sessions with both physical and occupational therapists.  The Ely’s are so proud of how hard Stetson works during these sessions to be so young.  About a month and half ago, Stetson began having seizures and was admitted to the hospital where neurologists began looking into his delays and seizures.  The results of the tests indicated that Stetson has a very rare syndrome caused by a chromosomal abnormality called Angelman Syndrome.  This syndrome affects about 1 in 15,000 kids and although the cause is known, there are currently no treatments available for the disorder.  When Austin was asked to participate in “Homeruns that Help”, he chose Stetson and the Ely family in hopes that he could help raise awareness and money to go towards the research in finding a treatment.  Austin’s goal is to collect donations and homerun pledges that can be donated to Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST) on behalf of Stetson