Cameron Monger grew up in Weatherford, Texas where he played his High School baseball at Weatherford High. After High School, Cameron went on to play college baseball at Howard College as an outfielder for two years before transferring to The University of New Mexico. After his college career at The University of New Mexico, Cameron was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 27th round of the 2009 MLB Draft. Monger just wrapped up a 10 year professional career where he finished with the Celburne Railroaders where he led the team in Stolen Bases. Cameron is a certified Mental Coach, where he uses this to help athletes of all ages across the country to get the most out of their abilities.
Brian White grew up in Grand Prairie where he graduated from South Grand Prairie High School in 2008. After High School, Brian earned his degree in Exercise Science from Texas Wesleyan University. During his time at Texas Wesleyan, Brian earned 1st Team All-Conference as well as 1st Team Gold Glove as a catcher. Brian then went on to continue his playing career with the Fort Worth Cats for parts of two seasons. After Brian's playing career ended, he went on to pursue coaching where he coached at Texas Wesleyan University, Clarendon College and Eastfield Community College. After coaching in college, Brian went into coaching Independent Baseball for the Florence Freedom where he served time as the Catching Instructor as well as being the Pitching Coach.