A Northern California native, Adam launched Project Prospect in September of 2006.
Adam moved to Durham, North Carolina in January of 2007 to intern for Baseball America, after contributing to The California Aggie (UC Davis' daily student newspaper) as a staff writer from 2005 to 2006. He spent six months writing for Baseball America before making the decision to move back to California, where he could continue working on Project Prospect and find work as a City Planner.
He baseball in high school, but realized that 5-foot-7 lefties who only: hit to the opposite field, run a tick above average, and attack hitters with a two-seam changeup/four-seam changeup combo don't tend to draw much interest from college programs.
Adam has had his work featured in a number of publications, including: MiLB.com, ESPN, Baseball America, Scout.com, and CSTV. He's been a credentialed media member at two All-Star Futures games, the Arizona Fall League and numerous minor league venues. Project Prospect's work has been recognized by publications such as USA Today, Yahoo Sports and the Sacramento Bee.