Trammell joined PRP in 2019 Summer as a lead intern for floor training and data tracking. A class of 2012 Hamilton Southeastern High Grad, Trammell graduates from LSU at Shreveport with a degree in Business Management and Administration. He was a member of back-to-back conference championship teams. Before that, Trammell attended Southeastern Illinois College, playing in 14 games over 2 years with 7 starts.
Matt Bowles joined PRP 2018 Winter and will lead PRP Hitting and Infield U. He is originally from Mt. Washington, KY where he attended Bullitt East High School. He was a two time Kentucky All-State selection and set multiple school records. Matt started his college baseball career at John A. Logan College, a junior college in southern Illinois. While at JALC, the Volunteers won back-to-back Region 24 championships. After completing his junior college career, he signed to play at the University of Southern Indiana. While playing at USI, he won the 2014 DII National Championship. Upon graduating from USI, Matt attended the University of Louisville and received a master’s degree in Sports Administration. During graduate school he was an assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, Bullitt East High School, and a part owner of Kentucky Sports Academy where he was in charge of off season training and pitching instruction. Matt spent the summer of 2018 coaching the Kentucky Sports Academy 17/18U summer baseball team. In the summer of 2019 Matt coached the 17U Indiana Nitro Cardinal team. In the summer of 2020 Matt will coach the 15U Indiana Nitro Gold team. This will be his second year with PRP Baseball.
Coach Sullivan joined PRP in Summer 19 as a intern and grew into to the Lead Strength Coach for PRP. He graduated Lake Central High School in 2014 and began attending Franklin College later that fall. As a 4-year starter at Franklin, Sullivan posted a 16-8 record, 8 complete games, 190 K’s over 226 innings pitched. In his senior year, the Franklin College baseball team had the best season in school history, finishing 39-5 while being crowned the regular season and tournament champs. Sullivan played a major role heading the staff as he went 6-0 in 14 starts. This was enough to earn him 1stTeam All-Conference and an 3rdTeam All-Region spot.
As a recent college graduate, Sullivan is pursuing a certification as a strength and conditioning coach.