As a student athlete at Phillipsburg High School, Andrew "Drew" Horun is a competitive member of the school’s wrestling team. Besides helping coach both wrestling and soccer, Andrew Horun also has work experience as a cook and cashier at Lopatcong Township Pool. Outside of studying and volunteering, he enjoys watching the New York Mets play.
The New York Mets invested in a youthful future by selecting 17-year-old Mark Vientos as its second round pick in the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft. The 59th overall selection, Vientos stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds. A shortstop at American Heritage High School (AHHS) in Plantation, Florida, Vientos' impressive physique affords him the opportunity to also play third base. With his natural size and proven track record at American Heritage, the Florida native is expected to make quite an offensive impact when he enters his 20s.
During his senior year at AHHS, Vientos had a batting average of .417 in 92 at bats with an on base percentage of .467. Tommy Tanous, vice president of amateur scouting for the Mets, labels Veintos as a tremendous performer who is capable of shining on the national stage.
With a passion for wrestling, Andrew Horun has maintained a physical fitness routine since graduating from Phillipsburg High School in New Jersey in 2013.