The outlook is encouraging for the future of Herman Teller-Ríos in the United States. The Nicaraguan bowler, who has been training at Compain Academy in North Carolina since August, received his first scholarship from Wingate University to train professionally and advance a sports career at the NCAA, the best baseball college in the world.
Tyler Rios, 17, will join the Combine Academy this season, and in August can dress up as the Wingate Bulldogs, who offered him a $116K athletic grant. The right-handed, who has developed a lot both physically and technically, said that he would like to study physical medicine and rehabilitation, a profession specializing in professional sports medicine.
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“It is the first solid offer I receive, I have already been notified by other universities that I am on their lists and they are still preparing their financial offers and scholarships for my studies, which I will definitely evaluate before making a final decision. The important thing is that offers are already coming and the season has not started yet,” Says Teller Rios, cousin of the famous bowler Carlos Teller.
The Teller-Ríos season, which kicks off in the first week of February, will feature over 50 games that scouts from other universities will watch and wait for a new show before making a final decision.