P27 Baseball Performance Center



P27 Performance Center was created To enable student athletes the opportunity to reach their highest potential through professional training, mentorship, and immersing in a Christian leadership environment that harnesses success.


To provide the highest level of academic support, professional baseball instruction and training, and ensure competitive competition that will enhance 

"P27" is the abbreviation for Proverbs Chapter 27 Verse 17:

"As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another."

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High Academic Standards

Each P27 student-athlete will also enroll in a virtual charter school platform called South Carolina Connections Academy. Connections delivers high-quality academics to prepare student-athletes for college.

  • Fulltime teachers for each course

  • Individual grade counselors to map out academic plan

  • Available AP and Honors courses

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Professional Baseball


Players will grow athletically through professional baseball skills training that is unmatched at any other level.

  • Professional lessons

  • College competition

  • Individual strength and conditioning

  • Nutritional counseling

  • Professional and collegiate exposure

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Leadership and


Led by P27 Staff, our leadership and discipleship program will prepare the student athlete for life off the field. This will enable each athlete to grow both spiritually and mentally.

  • Weekly studdies

  • Mission outreach

  • Guest speakers



At P27 Baseball Academy, we believe that a student-athlete is just that. Student first, athlete second. Our goal is to combine our elite baseball program with high quality academic guidance and tutoring.

The South Carolina Connection Academy provides a

high quality education with a proven track record

of high performing academic students. They have

over 5,000 students in South Carolina alone. There

course options allow for the flexibility to participate

in a high level baseball training and competition

while still obtaining an excellent education. Students will spend time each day in a classroom set-ting working on course work in the presence of academic tutors and advisors.  It is the P27 goal to provide accountability to all areas of the students academic life.





Dual enrollment is a common theme that will take place at P27.  Dual enrollment allows for our students to take college classes instead of normal high school courses. This not only prepares them for their future education, but also saves each student thousands in future tuition costs. Dual enrollment can be done through Midlands Technical College. Classes can be taken online of in traditional classroom setting.

Tutors are provided for each student during the week. Tutoring hours are provided 2 times per week to insure each student has what they need to fully excel. Tutors are available for each subject through connections academy and P27.

 NCAA Accredited courses
 Honors and AP Courses
 Dual Enrollment at Midlands Technical College
 Professional Tutors
 Academic Advisors and Counselors
 Individual teachers for each subject.

Player Cost Comparison

There is a long list of reasons P27 Performance Center is the elite education / athletic option for your student athlete.  Tuition to P27 includes many important pieces to the overall growth of the athlete. 


Here are a few more reasons P27 is the choice.

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Also Included:

  • 100 Professional Training Sessions

  • 60 Game Schedule against the best teams in the Southeast

  • Elite Training and Game Facilities

  • Exposure to MLB and College Scouts

  • Academic Tutors and Advisors 

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Program Investment


  • Showcase Team Fees (Summer/Fall)

  • Individual Lessons

  • Professional Strength Training

  • Recruiting Services

  • Showcases and Camps

  • Travel Expenses

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Leadership and


The Focus of P27 Academy is to develop leaders on and off the field.

A focus on character and biblical principles will be integrated into everything we do. Our staff will be intentional with each student athlete to make sure they are growing mentally and spiritually. It is our goal to train and equip young men to pursue excellence in all that they do.

Through intentional discipleship and community, our young men will be able to grow spiritually and in their relationship with one another. -Proverbs 27 17


It is our goal to surround each student athlete into a like minded culture. Where excellence, discipline, and integrity reign supreme. People are a product of their environment and it is our goal to provide the environment that will cultivate their success both on and off the field.

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Our goal is to mentor and lead each student athlete. Relationships are key in all walks of life. Our staff is fully equipped to lead young men through life on and off the field.  Our goal is to encourage them to become the best brothers, husbands, fathers, and friends they can be.

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Our student athletes must learn to reach their community and beyond. We will harness this through international trips using baseball as a platform to influence and reach others.

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Coaching Staff & Administration

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Corey Warner

Founder and Head Coach

Corey Warner grew up in Lexington and went to White Knoll High School. He graduated in 2008 and signed to play baseball at Newberry College.

God then pulled him in a different direction where he played baseball at both USC Aiken and Catawba Valley Community College before landing at Toccoa Falls College as a sophomore. He won 3 consecutive National Championships along with winning the World Series MVP in 2012.

Corey, in addition to his duties with P27 owns and operates Bodyshop Athletics of Lexington, a full service fitness center.

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Zack Warner

Director of Strength and Conditioning &

Hitting Coach

Zack Warner grew up in Lexington where he played at Brooklyn Cacye High School. He was blessed enough to win a class AAA high school championship his freshman year.


He then went on to play college ball at Toccoa Falls College where he won two National Championships and back to back All American honors. God then pulled Zack closer to home to Francis Marion University where he finished his career.

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Ryan Maksim

Director of Baseball Operations &

Infield Coach

Ryan Maksim is our Head Infield Coach as well as the Director of Baseball Operations.


Maksim is from Charleston, South Carolina. He attended Bishop England High School where he helped lead the Bishops to two class AA State Championships. Maksim then attended Brunswick Community College where he started at shortstop & second base and played a vital role in leading the Dolphins to their first ever trip to the NJCAA Division II World Series. 


Maksim transferred to Division 1, Charleston Southern University where he served as the starting second baseman for the Buccaneers for 2 years as well as graduated in 2016 with his Bachelors of Business Administration Degree.


Sawyer Bridges

Recruiting Coordinator &

Pitching Coach

Sawyer Bridges is our Head Pitching Coach as well as the Recruiting Coordinator.


Bridges had a fantastic career at Summerville High School where he helped lead his school to a 4A State Title and was named the No. 5 best high school prospect in the State of South Carolina by Baseball America and Perfect Game. Bridges committed to the University of South Carolina where he had 3 successful years with many accolades including making the 2019 NCBWA Preseason Stopper of the Year Watch List. He then jumped into coaching as an assistant on the USC coaching staff for his senior year.


Coach Bridges has a great heart for young men, eager to learn and teach, and possesses a wealth of knowledge both on and off the field. 

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Tucker Frawley

Analytics Coordinator &

Catching Coach

Born and raised in Lexington, Frawley played baseball at Lexington High School before graduating in 2007 and moving on to attend Coastal Carolina University. Playing under head coach Gary Gilmore, Frawley served as a catcher and was a part of five conference champion teams before graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics in 2012.


After being drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays and retiring after one year in the organization, Frawley served as Student Assistant Coach for Coastal Carolina University baseball team during their 2016 National Championship season. He then went on to become an Associate Advance Scout in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization in 2017 before most recently returning to Coastal Carolina in 2019 to serve as Coordinator of Video and Analytics for the baseball team.

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Dawn Wisniewski

Education Administrator

Dawn Wisniewski is our Education Administrator.

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Tina Owens

Director of Player Support

Tina Owens is our Director of Player Support.

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Gil Owens

Director of Personal Development

Gil Owens is our Director of Personal Development.

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Nate Bowen

Spiritual Life Coach

Nate Bowen is coming to us from Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Ga.  During his time at TMU, he served as the health and wellness coordinator for the university. He served as the strength and conditioning coach for several teams at the University. 

Nate is currently pursuing his masters in Sports Science with a concentration on Health and Fitness. Before taking the role at Truett McConnell, Nate served 2 years as the assistant athletic director and head baseball coach at Toccoa Falls College.

Bowen finished his playing career for Toccoa Falls College in 2012 after winning back-to-back national championships. He served the team in the closer role and was blessed with an incredible senior season becoming NCCAA All-American and Conference pitcher
of the year.