Ryan was born in Brooksville, Fla. on October 11, 1988, where he grew up with a love for sports and has always been determined to find a way to positively influence other athletes. After becoming a three-sport varsity athlete in high school, he chose to pursue this dream by attending Florida State University where he would later graduate with a Bachelor Degree in Sport Management.
During his time at Florida State he was able work with Next Level Professional Baseball Training. At Next Level he coached baseball camps, clinics, multiple summer teams as well as contributed to the sales and marketing of the company. While in college he was also working with Titus Sports Academy by training athletes of all ages and sports backgrounds. This has helped enable him to actively develop a clear understanding of the necessary tools needed for athletes to compete at the collegiate and professional levels.
After graduating college, Ryan was able to work along side the General Manager of the World Series Champion Utica Brewers of the New York Collegiate Baseball League. It was with the Brewers where he learned what it took to create a winning organization with a professional lass. After their championship run in the NYCBL, Ryan would find himself with a new opportunity to help build something special back in his home state of Florida.
The South Florida Collegiate League was a fresh new face in collegiate summer ball and needed some more championship pedigree going into its third fully operational season. In 2015, Ryan was able to purchase a team in the SFCBL and introduced a new organization named the West Boca Snappers. The Snappers have since made the playoffs sever years in a row becoming the only organization to win the Championship three years in a row from 2019-2020. Ryan was able to build championship teams who were ranked in the top 15 Nationally and have had multiple players go on to sign professional contracts to play for MLB teams.
Ryan had a vision to take these professional resources and offer them to the local youth players in Palm Beach County. In 2015, he would form XLB Training to do just that. XLB Training is recognized as the top youth organization in Palm Beach County for player development. He has been able to help improve athletes on and off the field to enable them to reach their goals in life. Ryan works with individual athletes to develop their hitting, pitching and defensive skills. He has coached four different youth teams ranging from 9U-13U as well as worked on the Spanish River High staff as an assistant in 2020-
Born in Saugus, Mass. on May 27, 1994, Ryley grew up playing ball in the Northeast United States. He would graduate from Salisbury High School in Connecticut where he was a four-year varsity athlete and led his baseball team on the mound. During his time in high school he would play for the prestigious East Cobb Braves at major tournaments.
After his senior year of High School Maceachern was drafted by the Phillies in the 37th round. His decision was to attend Stony Brook University to play Division 1 baseball at a top program in the country. In the summer, Ryley was able to play in the Cape Cod League as a Sophomore with the YD Red Sox. While attending Stony Brook he studied Sociology but would not finish his degree as the Marlins would take him in the draft three years later in the 33rd round. He would play professionally with the Marlins Organization for three years while battling injury.
After this professional stint, Ryley knew his love for coaching and helping other players was where his future would take him. Directly after his release he began working with the South Florida Collegiate League as a pitching specialist. After one summer of doing so he began making a name for himself and has helped 20+ guys get to Division 1 schools to play baseball. He also led the West Boca Snappers as the Head Coach to back to back SFCBL Championships helping the team to become the only team in league history to three
Ryley has been working with XLB Training since 2019 as the Head of Player Development and Pitching Coordinator. Ryley has been able to lead his XLB teams to multiple tournament championships during his time with the organization. He has also helped develop multiple pitchers to get prominent roles at their High Schools as well as earn college scholarships.
Ryley now resides in North Palm Beach and will look to continue building championship teams with the XLB Organization.
Justin was born in Norfolk, VA but was raised in Green Bay, WI. As a high school athlete, he played soccer, basketball, and baseball. Emerging as a standout high school catcher, he relocated to South Florida to start his collegiate career at Division II Palm Beach Atlantic University located in West Palm Beach, FL. Sizemore played all 4 years for the Fish (2008-2012), two of which were under the helm of Hall-of-Fame catcher Gary Carter. He ended his career hitting .363 amassing 2nd Team Independent All-American honors.
Justin comes to XLB with over a decade of collegiate coaching experience as well as a full year of player development in the private sector. Sizemore began his coaching career immediately after concluding his playing career. He spent 9 seasons at his alma mater Palm Beach Atlantic (Sunshine State Conference) assisting in all areas of NCAA DII coaching responsibilities; including recruiting, academics, and all on-field development. After his stint with PBA, Sizemore took an assistant role in North Carolina at Division I Gardner-Webb University, a member of the Big South Conference. While at The Webb, Sizemore’s responsibilities included all on-campus event coordination as-well-as the role of catching coordinator. Concluding his time at GWU, Sizemore moved to Fort Myers, FL. In Fort Myers he worked as a Hitting and Catching Instructor at Evolve Baseball, working with clients from all skill levels.
Throughout his time coaching, Sizemore has assisted with other programs. Justin has spent time as the Head Coach of 3 travel programs, the Boca Thunder (2013-2015), Phipps Park Barracudas (2020), and the South Florida Anglers (2021). He has also been the field manager for the Phipps Park Barracudas, a member of the South Florida Collegiate League from 2019 to 2023.
Aside from baseball, Justin graduated with a degree in Graphic Arts. He is also the owner/operator of Dece Creative (founded 2019), a creative services company specializing in graphic design, apparel printing, and promotional products.
Off the field, Justin enjoys spending time with his family and close friends. Justin and his wife Olivia attend Family Church in West Palm and just welcomed their first daughter Eden in July of 2023.
Constance Quinn is a native of Hattiesburg Mississippi. She graduated from Oak Grove High School in 2013.
Former Louisiana State University student-athlete with a full-ride softball scholarship from 2014-2017. Being a three-year starter, she was an integral part of the teams that played for two consecutive SEC championships and in three straight Women’s College World Series from 2015 to 2017. During her junior year at LSU, she also had the unique opportunity to play basketball for a semester while also balancing her softball career.
The passion Constance has for motivating athletes to surpass their limitations motivated her to become a coach. She was an assistant basketball coach at Oak Grove High School between 2018 and 2019, and between 2020 and 2022, she coached at D1 Training in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. In her first year as head coach of a DI Vision 18U National Softball Team, she led the team to a championship title. She has served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Pearl River Community College Softball Team for four years.
Through pushing my athletes and inspiring a mentality of perseverance and starvation for greatness, I fulfill my purpose.
Born in Boca Raton, FL on January 16, 1999, Ryan grew up playing ball in South Florida. Going into his senior year he was named an Under Armor Pre Season All American. Ryan would graduate from West Boca and commit to Keiser University on a baseball scholarship. Ryan attended Keiser University for 6 years while playing ball and earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Ryan’s best year at Keiser came in 2020 where he boasted a 1.32 ERA. During the summers Ryan was a part of the 3-time champion West Boca Snappers from 2018-2020 in the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League (SFCBL). He would finish his playing career with 118 strikeouts in 111.2 innings pitched.
In the summer of 2022 Ryan started his coaching career as the pitching coach for the West Palm Beach Knights in the SFCBL where he would assist in leading them to the playoffs as well as having the 3rd best ERA in the league. After his final year at Keiser in 2023, Ryan continued his coaching career in the summer once again as pitching coach for the West Boca Snappers were they would finish top 3 in ERA, Strikeouts, and WHIP as well as making it into the SFCBL semi-finals game. Ryan began working at XLB as the assistant pitching coach at the start of the summer in 2023 and looks to continue spreading his knowledge of the game through all different levels.