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Directors / Operations

Anthony Inzillo

Director of Sports Medicine and Performance

Anthony Inzillo is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, while also holding certifications as Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sports Certified Specialist who excels in the rehabilitation of high-level athletes. Anthony has most recently worked as a Physical Therapist in the Alliance of American Football, and with the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League, and the XFL.

Prior to working full-time in professional football, he was the primary Physical Therapist for world-renowned orthopedic surgeon, Dr. James Andrews. With his mentorship, he provided world class care for countless high school, college, and professional athletes and was a leader in developing guidelines and protocols for rehabilitation, interval sports programs, and functional testing.

With Anthony’s background and versatility within all stages of rehab from immediate post-op through the return to play phase he is spearheading our B.A.S.E. Assessment, which will set the foundation for all of our athletes. His main interests are injury prevention, assessing and resolving movement dysfunction, rehabilitating injuries and their underlying causes, and optimizing athletic performance. He has helped hundreds of athletes successfully return to sports and is eager to continue doing so.

Anthony earned his Bachelor’s degree from University of Delaware in 2009 and graduated in 2012 from the University of Delaware as a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

Andrew Pinter, COO

Andrew joins Area Scouts accompanied by nearly 30 years of experience in professional and amateur sports, including a broad scope of success in coaching, scouting, and digital product creation & ownership.  Andrew is dedicated to enhancing the world of Sport through development, technology, and support for today’s athletes, and is excited to help Area Scouts do just that. 

A right-handed pitcher, Andrew played collegiately at the University of Illinois-Chicago where he majored in Communications & Broadcasting.  He then logged an extended career with the Chicago White Sox in Video Coaching, Baseball Operations, and Scouting.  This collective experience led him to Major League Baseball Advanced Media as VP of Baseball Technology.  There he helped orchestrate the creation and launch of multiple new platforms, including the successful Statcast & Dugout iPad initiatives, employing sports technology, data, and coaching methodologies to enhance player and team performance.  Aside from baseball, Andrew was also instrumental in the Video Coaching efforts of the Chicago Bulls (NBA) & Blackhawks (NHL).  During his respective tenures, Andrew’s teams have collected four World Championships as well as a Sports Emmy award.     

Andrew resides in Raleigh, NC with his wife Sarah and their four children Emily, Abigail, James & Claire.  He has acted as both a Coach & Commissioner of the North Wake Baseball League for the last 5 years.  

Juanita Perez

Director of Client/Representative/Customer Relations & Support

Mia Grace

Assistant Director of Client/Representative/Customer Relations & Support

Alexa Stevens

Legal Assistant

Susan Alexander

Comptroller

Scarlett Hutto

Communications/
Team Building Assistant

Jonathan Solis

Marketing/SEO Assistant

Misty Pacaco

UI/UX Design Assistant

Justin Gist

Athlete Program Assistant

Brandon Guyer

Director Of Mental Performance and Nutrition
With 13 years of professional baseball under his belt, including 7 as a big league player, Brandon is excited to share his wealth of knowledge and experience with the Area Scouts community.
Guyer is recognized as a Hall of Fame baseball player at both Herndon High School and the University of Virginia.
In 2011 Brandon made his MLB debut and hit a 2-run homerun in his first at-bat, becoming the first Ray and 108th player in MLB history to do so.
After 4 years in Tampa, the Rays dealt Guyer to the Cleveland Indians at the trade deadline in 2016. In his three seasons in Cleveland, the Indians were AL Central Champs three times and AL Champions in 2016.
Guyer retired in 2020, following seven seasons of big league ball. He made a name for himself as a lefty masher, slashing a career .274/.376/.449. He also retired as MLB’s “hit by pitch king.”
A couple months later, Brandon started his online training platform Fully Equipped Athlete and has since become a Precision Nutrition Certified Coach, NESTA Certified Sports Nutritionist and a Brian Cain Certified Mental Performance Mastery Coach. The mission behind FEA is to help athletes bridge the gap between performance and potential with good nutrition and an elite mindset.

Kelly Ahrens

Director Of On-Field Operations / Training

Over the past 15 years, Kelly has been perfecting the ability to test athletes and influence their development at the amateur, collegiate and professional level. Stars and Stripes Sports, the original company founded by Kelly, has assisted over 20,000 players from across the United States in developing their skills learning how to live a little, play fearless and how to become a good teammate.   Test and Train Sports was formed in 2017 as the culmination of sports testing and development took a formal route in offering services to high schools, colleges, club teams, professionals, hospital systems and committed athletes.  Today, with the assistance of many great mentors, Test and Train Sports offers a sports eco-system that provides opportunity for individuals and companies to plug into.  Many relationships with key individuals and companies supports a very powerful offering that serves many people. Kelly is honored to be associated with the CCSL (Carolina Collegiate Summer League), Global Sports Metrics, Panthertec, iSportsAnalysis and Area Scouts.

Bryan Murray

Director Of Baseball Operations

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