Ollio family photo
pitched four no-hit innings Monday in an 11-1 victory against
Check this out: Ollio
(6 feet 2, 185 pounds) is considered one of the best sophomore players in the
state. He already is being recruited by ACC and Southeastern Conference
colleges. In the summer of 2015, Ollio was selected
You will pitch more than last season. Are you different in any ways? Iíve gotten a little bit stronger, Iíve improved my velocity a little and Iím just a little bit smarter, figuring out what to throw to kids at what times.
Would you say baseball is your future sport? Absolutely. I love baseball. I donít think thereís much of a future for me after high school in basketball.
What would you tell someone who wanted to specialize in just one sport? Do two, especially if you play baseball and live in the north, because itís hard to play baseball year-round. Playing two sports gives me time off from each one.
Donít you sometimes work out at Matt Clementís house? Yes. Iím so grateful for that guy. At his house, he has a half-court basketball gym. Then, you can slide this batting cage out and hit whenever youíre not shooting. Itís awesome over there. I could live in that gym.
What was it like playing baseball in
People might be surprised to know ... ? I used to be deathly afraid of animals, dogs especially.
Not now? Nope. We got a dog about four years ago. Heís my best friend now.
Ė By Mike White