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Brandon returns for his second season as the Aviators' head coach. Boggs was selected in the 4th round out of Georgia Tech in the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft and went on to play thirteen seasons for the Texas Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers. After a successful professional career, his passion for baseball never wavered and is now the coach of your Alpharetta Aviators. Here he wants to share his knowledge with his college players who are all soon to be draft eligible.
Micah Burton Owings
Micah Burton Owings is a three-time Collegiate All American while at GA Tech and Tulane, Six-year MLB Pitcher/PH (Diamondbacks, Reds, Padres), 2007 National League Silver Slugger. Former Milb Coach (Reds) and Pro Scout (Mariners). He graduated from Gainesville (GA) High School in 2002 after leading his team to two state championships...also attended Forsyth Central High School in Cumming, Ga., transferring after his sophomore year...played collegiately at Georgia Tech University and then Tulane, transferring for his junior season...named ACC Rookie of the Year in 2003 and Conference USA Player of the Year in 2005...pitched and played first base for the Team USA club that won a silver medal in the 2003 Pan Am Games. In 2011 He returned to the D-backs, making 33 appearances (four starts) on the mound and one pinch-hit appearance...Tallied a career-high eight-game winning streak by winning all of his eight decisions on the year.
Julius attended Chattanooga State in 2000 and turned the program into a top Juco leading the team and setting numerous school records, transferred to D2 #1 ranked Kennesaw State University in 2002 and broke 2 school records in the same game (hits in a game  and first to hit for cycle in school history), He also led the team to the World Series in 2003. He signed with Mesa of the Golden Baseball league in 2005, Sioux City, and St Paul Saints from 2006-2008. 300 avg professionally before retiring in 2009 then he started coaching and training back home in the East cobb area from 2010 until today. He's the owner of East Cobb Redbirds from 2012-2017 where many players succeeded and received college scholarships and team consultants for several travel programs and helped tons of players reach the next level.
Rate :$90/ hours , $65/30 min
Greg Hendrix was drafted as a pitcher by the Los Angeles Dodgers following his senior year at North Atlanta High School. After Shelton, Greg played at Southeast Missouri and Southern Polytechnic University, where he was a conference starter. After college, Greg played professional baseball for six years, initially in the United States in the Frontier League (Lake Erie Crushers, 2011; London Rippers/Road Warriors 2012) and Freedom League , and then internationally playing in Germany during the summer (Hamburg Stealers, 2014, 2015; and Munich-Haar Disciples, 2016) and in Australia during the winter (Brisbane Bandits, 2014-15; Windsor Royals, 2013). As a dual US-British citizen, Greg played for the British national baseball team in two World Baseball Classic Qualifiers and other international tournaments, competing against some of the best baseball players in the world. Coach Hendrix is a dedicated student of the science, mechanics and mental aspects of pitching. Throughout his professional career, he served as the pitching coach for various youth teams, including, most recently, the Hamburg Stealers youth program, the Brisbane Bandits development team, the Freising Grizzlies , and the Munich-Haar Disciples Akademie. Greg has also coached youth teams every year for at least part of the season (until time to leave to join his professional teams) since 2011, initially at Murphey Candler, and most recently for ATL Lightning travel program.
Frank Cacciatore - Retired after 31 years in Professional Baseball in Minor League Development, most recently he spent years in the development program of the Philadelphia, Phillies as the Assistant Hitting Coordinator and B years as the Hitting Coach for the AA affiliate Reading Fighting. Prior to his time with the Phillies, Frank managed and coached in the development systems of the Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants, Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos/ Washington Nationals and the New York Mets, having been the Hitting Coordinator for the Expos/Nationals in 2003-04. Frank's clubs have reached the playoffs numerous times resulting in a Texas League Championship in 1995 and a Florida State League Championship in 2001 along with an Eastern League Runner-up finish in 2015. He has also worked in various off: season Winter Leagues like the Mexican Winter league in 1989, the Arizona Fall League in 1995 and the Venezuela Winter League in 2006. Before entering professional baseball in 1988, Frank spent 9 years in College Baseball beginning at his Alma Mater Florida Southern College and becoming Head Baseball Coach at Palm Beach Community College, While at FSC, Frank was a staff member of 2 NCAA National Division l' Championships in 1978 and 1982. Also, his Palm Beach cc club won the Florida State Championship of 1984 which earned him Florida Coach of the Year Honors, Notable players that Frank has worked with include Dave Hajek, Dante Bichette, Luis Gonzalez, Kenny Lofton, Bill Mueller, Doug Mirabel", Jamey Carroll, Daniel Murphy, Caesar Hernandez and Rhys Hoskins.
Josh Smith was born and raised in McDonough, GA and played at Eagle's Landing Christian Academy as a short stop and pitcher, where he helped his team win the 2013 GHSA State Championship. He was named to the Scout Block's Top 100 Players in the country in the fall of his junior year after throwing a no-hitter in the Perfect-Game World Wood Bat tournament in Fort Myers, FL. Josh was a two-year starter on the mound for the Panthers, where the team went an overall 70-19. In 2017, Josh helped lead the LaGrange to a USA South Conference Championship and a NCAA #1 overall national ranking. He finished the season with the Conference Tournament MVP award and was also a four year Academic All-American. He was DBAT's rookie instructor of the year in the 2018 breaking their rookie lesson hour number with over 1300 lessons in just 8 months with a certification in the Top Velocity Performance Training Program, Josh is trained in maximizing the use of biomechanics to increase velocity for pitchers and ground force mechanics for hitters.
(High School Career)
Cumberland Christian Academy -Baseball All-American PG Southeastern Honorable Mention (2015) - GICAA High School Baseball All-American (GA) (2015) -2x GICAA All Region Player ( Baseball & Basketball)
-Talladega College NAIA Division I - Auburn University Montgomery NCAA Division II. (Graduate Institution)
NAIA Pitcher of The Year 2018-2019 HBCU Black Nine Small School Division Honorable Mention 2018-2019 2x Association of Independent Institutions Player of The Week 2017-2019. 2x All Conference A.I.I Player of The Year 2018-2019. Sunbelt League All-Star Participant (RHP) (2018).
GOALS, PURPOSE,& MISSION
“My Mission is to develop players into polished and strong minded individuals with in the game of baseball and outside the game of baseball”
Andrew Barrett was born and raised in Dallas, GA. He played high school baseball
as catcher and pitcher for Bremen High School, where he led the team his junior
year to a perfect 26-0 season. He led the team in RBI’s, HR, and BA in both his
junior and senior year. In his senior year of high school, he was named 1st team
all-state catcher and pitcher, where he was also named pitcher of the year.
Andrew’s senior year he signed to play baseball at a JUCO,West Georgia Technical College, he played third base and pitched for WGTC. After 2 years at WGTC, Andrew transferred to the University of West Georgia (Division II) where he played third base. During the fall of his first year at West Georgia Andrew suffered a torn muscle in his leg. The injury cost him his spot at West Georgia and he began his coaching career.
Andrew has been a private instructor 3 years for multiple indoor facilities before joining the Boggs Baseball Team. In addition to private instruction, he was also the head coach of the 12u Carrollton Clippers, 16u Canes, and 10u Canes.
“The key is not the will to win.. everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important.”
Isaiah is a Georgia Native returning to the North Atlanta area in 2018 after playing
in the Minnesota Twins organization as an Outfielder. Transitioning from player
to Coach, his goal is to teach and inspire the next generation of players to find
success on and off the field. Coaching at his HS Allatoona, working with ECB Teams,
and giving private instruction to HS/College Players he specializes in Hitting,
Outfield, and Baserunning.
- Professional Baseball Player
Success under pressure in high stress situations
- Professional Baseball Instructor
Individualized and Group Instructing
Development and mentorship of youth and professional athletes
Jeff Rowland – Retired as an educator and high school baseball coach after 33 years. The last 26 years have been spent as the Head Baseball Coach at Pope High School in Marietta Georgia where he led the team to 4 Georgia High School State Championships in 2009, 2013, 2017, and 2018. Also coached the team to 2 State Runner Up finishes in 2016 and 2019. Overall, Jeff’s teams team made 8 Final Four appearances and won 7 Region Championships and was ranked nationally 7 different occasions, by different publications. In 2018, Pope was recognized as the “Program of the Year” by the Atlanta Braves 400 Club. Jeff’s 550 career wins ranks him 18th in the history of Georgia High School Baseball. He has been selected as the Georgia Dugout Club “Coach of the Year” on 6 different occasions and was also selected by the National High School Federation as the “State Coach of the Year” in 2018. Jeff has also been inducted to both the Pope High School Hall of Fame (2020) as well as the Georgia Dugout Club Hall of Fame (2016). Under Jeff’s time at Pope he has seen 19 players, to date, sign to play professionally in MLB organizations, with 4 making it to the big leagues. Additionally, 5 players have signed to play professionally in various Independent Leagues. A total of 119 players, to date, in Jeff’s 26 years have continued their baseball careers at the college level.
- 1998 Indiana Miss Softball
- Lead the state in ERA Senior year with 0.00
- Lead the state in strikeouts Junior year
- All State 1997 and 1998
- Indianapolis Star Metro Player of the Year 1997
- Played at Auburn University and finished with highest games won in school history at the time and ranked 5th in the nation in Saves Junior year
- Played 5th year eligibility at Indiana State University while pursuing Master’s Degree
- Bachelor’s in Exercise Science
- Master’s Degree in Coaching
- Background in Mental Training, Kinesiology, Motor Learning and Biomechanics
- TA in Motor Learning lab
- Coached and recruited Division I for Eastern Illinois University and University of South Alabama, 2004-2006, 2006-2007
- Coach in private sector working with athletes from 3-22 in hitting, pitching, team and defense training. 2007-present
- * Philosophy is skill building on proper mechanics based on athlete and teaching athletes the intangibles to improve for a consistent outcome and support continued growth in skills.
Elite Kidd Baseball & Softball Owner and Boggs Academy Infield instructor, Pete
Kidd was born and raised in Harlem, NY. In the early stages of his baseball career
he earned an opportunity in 2002 to play for the Harlem Little League team that
competed in the Little League World Series, making it to the USA semi-finals, placing
3rd in the USA and 5th in the World.
Throughout high school, Pete trained with the NY Baseball Academy and played high school ball for The Beacon School (NY) where he was a 4 year varsity lettermen from 2008-2012. He concluded his high school career as a SS/3B, earning All State and All Region honors.
He earned a scholarship and played 3 years at NCAA Division II, Chestnut Hill College (PA) as a MIF/3B. In 2010, he yielded a .314 batting average during the regular season and played summer baseball for the CBLNY (Collegiate Baseball League of New York) where he carried a .409 batting average and .523 slugging percentage with 10 stolen bases, earning an All Star selection for the CBLNY.
After his playing career ended due to injury in 2011; he graduated with a Bachelors in Marketing, and continued to earn his Masters in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University (DE). He begin coaching and training infielders in the Elite Kidd Baseball and softball Academy 2012.