Brice Turang - Santiago Shortstop - Highlights/Interview

Bryce Terrain, a 6-foot-1 shortstop from Santiago High School in Corona, California, is making a name for himself in the high school baseball scene. Scouts are impressed by his speed, athleticism, and plate discipline, which have catapulted him to become one of the top prospects in the nation. Starting off with some defensive struggles as a freshman, committing 22 errors, Bryce didn't let that deter him. Through sheer determination and hard work, he managed to make significant improvements, reducing his error count to only four in his sophomore season. It is his unwavering work ethic and desire to be the best player on the field that have propelled him to where he is today. Bryce's athletic prowess runs in the family - his father, Brian, had a career in the Seattle Mariners organization, while his mother, Carrie, was a standout in softball. Additionally, Bryce has four older sisters who have achieved success in various sports at the college level. Growing up, Bryce constantly strived to keep up with their accomplishments, always embracing the competitive nature within him.