Motivators, Educators, Mentors
Our staff is made up of highly trained experts in the game of baseball. Each day, we make it our mission to get our players to the next level. The Prime All American Baseball coaching staff helps our team reach maximum performance levels, physically and psychologically. Meet the people who make the Prime All American Baseball team so amazing.
Owner Blake Brewer
Blake Brewer is a professional baseball player from Tyrone, GA. His passion for the game began as early as the age of four, and it eventually became a part of who he was. Obsessed with the sport, Brewer dominated the pitching mound in high school leading to his recruitment senior year to the Miami Marlins in the 10th round of the amateur draft in 2008. After 6 years in the major league he retired due to a shoulder injury but he continued to share his love of baseball through coaching. Brewer moved to CA where he became the pitching coach for Agoura High School and various travel teams. It was during that time he noticed a lack of elite-level training for young players. So in the summer of 2017, Brewer set out on his own an founded Prime Baseball. Today he gets to enjoy the game he loves so much from the coaches mound, tirelessly working and rooting for all of his athletes.
Travis is in his first year of his Biokinesiology and Sports Science master’s program at the University of Southern California. He just finished his collegiate career at Whitman College (NCAA Div 3), where he was a left handed pitcher and starter for five seasons. Travis led Whitman to their first ever Northwest Conference Championship in school history in 2019 and holds several school records while throwing close to 400 collegiate innings for the Blues. Travis was named NWC All-Conference two times as well as being named to the West Coast League All Summer Team twice as a member of the Walla Walla Sweets.
Travis finished playing in August of 2021 and is excited to begin the next part of his baseball journey. He is very excited to join the coaching staff at Prime and to help young ball players discover their love for the game of baseball. His goal is to pursue a career in player development and injury prevention. Travis has been around baseball since the age of five, and was born and raised in Santa Barbara. His favorite team is the Los Angeles Dodgers and his favorite player is Clayton Kershaw.
Melody grew up in Knoxville, TN where is trained as a classical ballet dancer. She attended the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and danced professionally with companies Tennessee, Florida, and California as well as being a dance instructor for over 10 years. She has been a certified personal trainer for 11 years and specializes in strength training/speed training for youth athletes. In addition to being the head athletic trainer for Prime Baseball, she teaches yoga, Pilates, group fitness classes, and dance classes around LA.
Athletic Trainer Melody Nehls
Coach Jake, based out of Simi Valley is a left handed pitcher/first baseman who began playing at age 4. He threw his first no hitter at 12 years old at regionals in Bakersfield. In High School, Jake was named MVP as a freshman at Royal. He went on to play varsity for 3 years. He was scouted by numerous colleges including Pepperdine and UCLA as well as the Orioles organization. After returning from a rotator cuff tear, Jake now coaches private sessions at the Hitting Zone in addition to his work with Prime.
Coach Jake Edwards
Coach Tom Seleck
Info coming soon
Coach Jordan Myrow
Jordan Myrow is currently a professional baseball player, and recent Ucla grad. At the age of 12 Jordan would begin to get both professional and collegiate recognition; receiving recruiting letters from UCLA, USC, and Stanford. At Notre Dame High School, Jordan was considered one of the top recruits in the country. He achieved 4 years varsity honors, was an Area Code Games participant, Lasorda Games participant, USA Tournament of the Stars participant, and Perfect Game All-American Underclass Games participant. This would ultimately earn Jordan a top 100 ranking for 4 years straight, while being ranked as high as 17th in the country for 3 consecutive years. Out of High School, Jordan attended UCLA. He later would transfer to San Jacinto CC, where he lead his team to a 3rd place honors in the JUCO World Series. In addition to a successful year, Jordan was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2018 MLB Draft. He later turned down the offer, to attend CSULA. Fast forward, after competing in his first official pro-ball season, Jordan is now coaching for Prime, while he’s in the off-season. He is doing his best to give back by sharing his knowledge of the game with the younger generations; whether it be the mental approach to the game, or the keys to success in hitting.