Our Mission

Trent Reynolds Player Development teaches baseball players how to become their own coaches and develop professional hitting, pitching, and fielding mechanics. TRPD is similar to many baseball programs in that we focus on the game of baseball. Our program is very different from others in that we use baseball to teach life lessons so that all players can become exceptional young men, and truly partner with parents to accomplish this.


Players TRPD Directly Helped Get Into College

Through our proven college recruitment process.

Nolan Tenpas
Texas Lutheran university – 2017
Isaac Segura
Rhodes College – 2017
Ian Towle
Southwestern University – 2017
Gabe Garvens
Colorado School of Mines – 2017
Kyle Cronk
University of Pennsylvania – 2017
Thomas Jensen
Wayland Baptist University – 2016
Kayne Gonzalez
Sam Houston State University – 2016
Tanner Looney
University of Colorado – 2016
Nick Rucker
Wayland Baptist University – 2016
Jake LaBerge
Bethany Lutheran University – 2016

Rudy Gaona
Young Harris – 2016
Jacob Dauer
TCS Post Grad – 2016
Nick Balley
University of California San Diego – 2015
Blake Thomas
Houston Baptist University – 2015
University of Texas Pan Am – 2013
Noah Foreman
Garden City Community College – 2015
Andrew Wilczynski
Cumberland University – 2015
David Salaiz
Blackburn College – 2015
Manuel Saldana
Delaware Tech Community College – 2015
Brandon Burich
Wayland Baptist Univeristy – 2015
Coleman Kvapil
Trinity University – 2015

Ryan King
Bellhaven University – 2015
Nick Rucker
Bellhaven University – 2015
Calvin Bush
Texas State University – 2015
David Nitsche
Mountain View College – 2015
Gyles Greenfield
Concordia University Austin – 2014
Noah Clarkson
McMurray University – 2014
Michael Milner
St. Edwards University – 2015
Ranger Junior College – 2012
Ben Cherry
Ellsworth Community College – 2014
Jake Moore
Southwestern University – 2014
Brendan McGuigan
University of Richmond – 2014

Trey Munn
Huston-Tillotson University – 2013
Alec Larez
Huston-Tillotson University – 2013
JT Vinson
Huston-Tillotson University – 2013
Brennon Veazey
Huston-Tillotson University -2013
Landon Lau
Concordia University Austin- 2013
Eric Chappell
William Jewel University – 2013
Alan Toscano
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 2013
Colton Childress
Howard College -2013
Dalton Holm
Wesleyan University – 2012
Charlie Dial
Oklahoma Wesleyan University – 2011

Contact Us Today

Upcoming Events

Throwing & Arm Care

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Sundays
Youth 6-7 pm | HS 9-10 and 5-6pm

Hit Night

7:00 pm

Cage Rental

Starting @ $50/hr
Quantity discounts, inquire within

Team Instruction

If you would like to get paid instruction from one of our coaches for your team or group of players, we can do at our facility or your field. Inquire within.

Athletic Development

Variety of class and individual options to create functional strength in movement. Inquire within.
Condition and Core Event


Come out to a practice and see what we are all about! Inquire within.

TRPD on Social Media

From Our Facebook Page

The love for baseball starts young!

The love for baseball starts young! ... See MoreSee Less

11 hours ago

Recent Posts

The love for baseball starts young!

Opening day will be here soon! Who will you be watching? ... See MoreSee Less

@jayden_walker21 calling pitches in a our game today. Won 7-6 on the strength of his ability to relay signs! ... See MoreSee Less

Look at these awesome guys go! @jayden_walker21 @hudsonl23 ... See MoreSee Less

Daryl TwoDat Fink, Scott Lacey and 5 others like this

Ann LilieMe, too!! Yea!!

3 days ago   ·  1

Shannon Sharp LilieHey I know that kid. 💙

3 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Had another player we are working with hit his first HR. Through his hard work hhe accomplished his goal. That's what it is all about! ... See MoreSee Less

Had another player we are working with hit his first HR. Through his hard work hhe accomplished his goal. Thats what it is all about!

Matt Gill, Suzy Meismer and 18 others like this

Mark SpitzerWay to go, Matthew!

4 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Perfection isnt the goal. Working everyday to improve is. Have a plan and execute it, then self reflect to see how well you did. Make any course corrections necessary, and keep adjusting. This is how you improve as a baseball player, but also how successful people live their lives. Life skills really are learned in baseball! ... See MoreSee Less

Helping great players become great men.