What pitch were you known for when you played baseball at Lynchburg College? "If you ever find yourself around someone affiliated with Lynchburg Baseball and mention my name, it is a good possibilty that "the Frisbee" will come up. What once was referred to as a curveball, quickly turned into "the Frisbee" my freshman year because of the movement of my abnormally slow curveball."
What was it like growing up in a small town? "You learn to find unique ways to entertain yourself and become very thankful for a brother of a similar age and interests in a place like Vesuvius, VA. It also makes your first experience in a large city like Washington D.C. or Moscow, Russia that much cooler. I never really appreciated the simplicity of a small town in the mountains until I had moved away and recognize what a peaceful place it really is."
You’ve been known to cut a rug or two on the dance floor. What is your favorite dance move? "Dancing is one of my favorite things, particularly line and swing dancing. I like all dance moves, but one of my goes to moves when I hear a good 50's swing song is the 'Double Pretzel'."
What are three words that describe you? "Goofy, Gregarious, BMillz"