He has a name totally suited for baseball.
Player Crosby, a junior right-handed ace pitcher at Brunswick School, has a fastball hovering in the low 90s. He transferred to Brunswick two years ago, coming over from Rye Neck Senior High School (Mamaroneck, N.Y.) as a reclassified sophomore.
As a 16-year-old, Crosby, a Greenwich, Conn., native, started to gain considerable interest from Division 1 college coaching staffs. With assistance from his personal recruiting coordinator Josh Rudd, film of Crosby was sent out to schools across the country. It wasn't long after that Coastal Carolina University inquired. After several conversations with Chanticleers Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Kevin Schnall, Crosby committed to his school of the future.
"During the recruitment process, I was talking to many Division 1 schools,'' said Crosby. "I first came in contact with Coastal during the fall of my sophomore year in 2020. My recruiting coordinator (Rudd) had set up a phone call with them, which I was extremely excited for considering they were one of my dream schools. We talked over the course of the fall and through Christmas break. Eventually, after seeing enough video from in-game and off-season workouts, I received my offer.''