When God closes one door, he opens another that leads to the place you were meant to be. Peyton has so much positive energy when he leaves HP. Sean, Rico, and Phil make baseball fun and are the best examples for young kids. Having dinner with other fun families is an added bonus. <3<3

Michelle Schuetz Chatagnier

To the Coaching Staff, Parents, Sponsors, Supporters and Players of HP3 Baseball Organization:
My name is Joseph Lane and I am partial owner of Full Potential Sports Trainers as well as the Manager of the Full Potential Sports Baseball Team.  I would like to commend you guys for a great game on last night. I am not too interested in the scoring outcome, but I feel that both teams were victorious as the kids played their hearts out and we had no major injuries.  I think that you guys have a great group of parents and it is evident that there are major lessons being taught in your organization. I feel that during the game you guys beat us a few weeks ago, you all displayed one of the most complete games played by any team this season.  Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing you guys on the dirt in the near future.  Best wishes to you all.
Joseph M. Lane
Full Potential Sports Baseball




Thank you so much for all the effort you [Sean Danielson], the staff and of course HP puts into this academy. It would be real easy to do less just because Hunter is there and such a draw. Instead you guys do it first class interactive. My son James had a blast, learned some new technique and said all the instructors were great.

Jim & Shannon Braniff


Our family wanted to send a note of thanks to Hunter Pence and all involved in the [HP All-Star] camp this past Saturday. Our 9 year old son has loved Hunter for as long as I can remember. We spent many many Astros games in RF seats so Logan could be “close” to his favorite player. What an amazing treat it was for Logan to attend camp and get to interact and work with his baseball idol along with so many others who were willing to volunteer their time and share their talents. Logan told us before going to bed on Saturday night it had been one of the greatest days of his life. I truly believe it was.

What an amazing group of young men you put together to make this such a memorable day for these young boys. I don’t think Santa has a chance of topping this experience! J What could beat a fist bump from Hunter Pence?!?! Thanks so much for making this a day my son will never forget.


The Tomlin Family


Have absolutely no recommendations for changes to next year’s camp. You can’t mess with perfection. My grandson’s Sean and Stephen Kelly both had in their words an awesome day. They both wore number 9 on their Storm teams and have been a Hunter fan for years. Stephen used his picture from last year’s camp with Hunter as his Valentine card. Sean asked Hunter to sign his bat and you can bet he will look at that signature every time he goes up to the plate in the spring.

You cannot imagine how your camp touches so many young boy’s lives for the better. Sean and Stephen love sports and baseball is number one for both of them. Their Dad has been very very ill for years and never thrown a ball to them or been able to see their games so they call him right after tournaments to fill him in.

Stephen was the hitting Champion in his age division (the one with the crazy celebration dance) and couldn’t wait to tell his Dada bout his day when we got home. Sean at 11 has already set his sights on going to A & M in College Station and playing baseball for the school. He is studying like crazy to keep his grades up so he can get in.

All of you involved with the Camp seem like such nice people who love baseball and really care about the kids learning the game. See you next year!

Sylvia Famer


I can’t say enough for what Hunter Pence has done for our family. We walked in for the first time a year ago in June 2011 and to see such progress in my kids now is amazing. Brandon, my oldest, was not confident in batting, fielding or pitching when we walked in a year ago. Sean, Howie, Phil and Rico showed him that everyone makes mistakes and that’s how you learn to be successful. We were consistent in coming here to Hunter Pence two to three days a week for a private lesson and staying to do the class that’s offered every Monday and Friday for an hour to help with agility, fielding and batting. Brandon’s goal was to make the Freshman Cy-Lakes baseball team and knew he needed to work hard to get there. Brandon’s self confidence and skills in the sport became so much more advanced, batting and pitching were some of his downfalls, but now through HPBA, Brandon is very strong in every aspect of the sport and a very well rounded athlete. Not only is my youngest excelling in baseball, but his football coaches have been highlighting him as have the best footwork and being in better physical condition.  This place will make you better and it very fun to run into Hunter Pence when he is training!    


Dana Kuehnle


 Back in January of 2011 the word around the Cy-fair area was there is a new facility opening.

Everyone in the area wanted to check it out, including our family. Being around select ball going on 7yrs we were looking for a place we could train at on a regular basis.  All the instructors here have so much knowledge at the college and pro level, so I felt it was the best place for us. The coaches pay attention to detail and development of any kid that is willing to learn and pay attention, you get quality lessons and one-on-one training. It has been especially inspirational to see Hunter Pence (Giants) , Daryl Jones (Reds), Brett Wallace (Astros), Colby Rasmus (Blue Jays) and know that if you have a dream of pursing a dream at the HIGHEST level it can be possible. It has given my son a hunger for the game at the next level. He is currently on one of the Top National Teams in the country Marucci Elite. His goal is to play ball beyond college.

Thanks especially to Sean Danielson for the confidence and support!!!!!


The Bears


Coach Ryan,

I wanted to tell you that this is the most fun Cade has ever had on a baseball team, normally he has to be one of the kids that would carry the whole team but not this time. He feels that he is learning something and that all kids want to be there . This is a big plus.  Kids looking good!!!

 Thank you very much,


Nelson Nevot