n>

Don’t Blink

The simplest of actions, such as a blink, hold the most meaning, especially when there is a direct correlation between the act and the outcome. Don’t Blink was founded on the premise of a subconscious activity and how it relates to results in life. The brand Don’t Blink is set to build a dynamic, efficient and evolutionary platform that ignites flames, inspires creativity, creates a desire to capitalize on the present moment whilst displaying selfless acts of patriotism.

Our definition is defined as: the exploitation of simple mistakes which lead to major life accomplishments. 2 Displaying a competitive nature that mirrors perfection by displaying physical, emotional and psychological dominance in all walks of life. 3 An attitude structured on the core values of, grit, integrity, accountability and dedication.

Our Brand Ambassadors

Lucius Fox Jr:

Position: Infielder

Bats: Switch, Throws: Right

6’1, 185lbs

Born: July 2, 1997 in Nassau, Bahamas

High School: American Heritage HS (Delray Beach, FL)

Team:

Tampa Bay Rays

 

Lucius Fox is considered a prestigious athlete with no roof to his potential. Fox was an avid contributor to his team’s success in high-school and for his summer team, South Florida Elite. Leading up to his senior season Fox was selected to represent Florida in the East Coast Pro Showcase where he dominated all aspects of the game. There Fox opened eyes to the special player he was. Fox then verbally-committed to North Carolina State University. Following his senior year Fox signed as an international free agent out of the Bahamas. The San Francisco Giants were able to snag Fox on July 2, 2015. Of all of the baseball players in the 2015 international class, Fox was ranked as the 3rd best international prospect at the time. Fox now the 8th best prospect in the Tampa Bay Rays organization, will begin his first stint as a Ray during the 2017 campaign. The dynamics and physicality that Fox posses makes him a very special player to follow through out his career. With his intriguing name, Lucius Fox, has the tools that will play at the highest level and we are glad to have him on board as a front runner of our team. #Chosen1

Todd Isaacs Jr:

Position: Outfield

Bats: Right, Throws: Right

6’0, 200lb

Born: May 22, 1996 in Nassau, Bahamas

High School: American Heritage HS (Delray Beach, FL)

College: Palm Beach State College

Team:

Cleveland Indians

Entering both the 2014 and 2015 draft Todd Isaacs was considered to be one of the fastest baseball players over all levels of baseball. In 2014 Isaacs was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 22nd round, where he turned down this offer to go on to his freshman stint at Palm Beach. After a successful freshman year campaign at Palm Beach State, Isaacs was then reselected in the 19th round by the Cleveland Indians. During his 2016 campaign, Isaacs posted league leading numbers in batting average (.333) and ops of (.898) which allowed for him to play in the New York Penn League All-Star game. Isaacs is now entering his 2nd full season with the Indians and is determined to build off a promising year. We are excited to have Isaacs apart of our team because of the versatility he brings to the table. #DontBlink

Anfernee Seymour:

Position: Utility

Bats: Switch, Throws: Right

6’0, 190lbs

Born: June 24, 1995 in Nassau, Bahamas.

High School: American Heritage HS (Delray Beach, FL)

Team:

Atlanta Braves

 

Draft: Drafted by the Miami Marlins in the 7th round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft from American Heritage HS (Delray Beach, FL).

Anfernee Seymour all throughout high-school was considered as a ‘burner’ to all of the collegiate and professional scouts. Anfernee as a sophomore helped lead his team to the class 3A, Florida State Finals. Seymour then went on to have a very successful senior-season filled with a lot of options to where he could possibly land in the draft. Seymour was a verbal commit to the University of Miami. Seymour clocked a blazing 6.096 60-yd time which left the Miami Marlins in a daze. He then was selected to Miami Marlins in the 7th round of the 2014 draft and began his professional career. Seymour has had success across all levels he has played this far to where he played in the 2015 New York Penn League. He began his 2016 stint with the Greensboro, Grasshoppers an affiliate of the marlins before being traded to the Atlanta Braves. With the Braves he went on to contribute to the team’s success in which they won SAL League Championship in 2016. #GetBags

Juan Hillman:

Position: Pitcher (LHP)

6-2, 200lbs

Born: May 15, 1997 in Winter Haven, Florida

High School: Olympia HS (Orlando, FL)

Team:

Cleveland Indians

Juan Hillman was a dual threat athlete most of his life playing both football and baseball. Being the athlete of his caliber he dwelled in both sports at a high-level. He then went on to chose baseball as the sport he would let take the driver seat for his career. Juan Hillman was a very common name heard around the baseball world as he had ties to the Gordon family. Although he had these ties, he flourished across all levels of play which allowed for him to be ranked at number 3 nationally at his position based upon Perfect Game. Hillman was fortunate enough to play in both the Perfect Game All-American Game and the Under Armour All-American Game. Following his successful senior season Hillman was selected in the 2nd round of the 2015 draft by the Cleveland Indians. Hillman has had a smooth adjustment to the pro-system where he is ranked at #11 in the Indians organization. He has been a dominant, defensive pitcher and in his 1st full season, Hillman was selected to play in the 2016 New York Penn League All Star game. We are proud to have Hillman apart of our team because of the style he brings both on and off the field. #DontBlink

Triston McKenzie:

Position: Pitcher (RHP)

6-5, 180lbs

Born: August 2, 1997 in Brooklyn, NY

High School: Royal Palm Beach High School

Team:

Cleveland Indians

Draft: Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 1st round (42nd) of the 2015 MLB June Amateur Draft from Royal Palm Beach HS (Royal Palm Beach, FL).

High School: Royal Palm Beach HS (Royal Palm Beach, FL)

Triston McKenzie is a very familiar name across the baseball world and he has most certainly worked hard to get where he is at today. Triston McKenzie early on in his high-school career played mostly shortstop. As he transitions to a reliable pitcher, it became clear, that pitching was what was going to project his career in baseball. Triston McKenzie was said to be a very intelligent pitcher with a mindset far ahead of the competition around him. This mindset paired with his awareness, athleticism and dominance allowed for him to shine bright in the state of Florida and nationally. Triston was a Vanderbilt commit selected to pitch in the Perfect Game All-American Game leading into his senior year. During his senior year Triston struck out north of 150+ batters that helped lead his team to the Florida State Championship series. Triston was then selected at the 42nd pick of the 2015 MLB draft by The Cleveland Indians. Triston has been flourishing through his career so far. His current career ERA stands at 1.51 with 121 strikeouts through 95.1 innings pitched. McKenzie is often referred to as a poised pitcher with brilliance and the confidence to dominate each level he goes through. McKenzie is currently ranked at #57 on MLB’s top 100 prospect list and sits at #3 in the Cleveland Indians organization. Triston is definitely a name to follow over the course of the next few seasons and it’s a blessing to have him apart of the team! #livinglegend

Jervis “Champ” Stuart

Position: Outfielder

Bats: Right, Throws: Right

6-1, 200lbs

Born: October 11, 1992  in Freeport, Bahamas

High School: Christ School

College: Brevard College

Team:

New York Mets

 

When the name “Champ” Stuart is heard, the instant thought that follows is havoc. Havoc because Champ has always been known as an athlete with God-given ability to run extremely fast. Champ Stuart is a native of Bimini, Bahamas who was given the opportunity to finish high-school and college in the United States. He most certainly took advantage of this opportunity as he let his gift shine. Early on in his high-school career Champ was a 5-star dual-sport athlete that excelled in both football and baseball. Champ had accumulated numerous amount of collegiate offers to play both football and baseball at the next level. In the end he chose baseball, his first love and today he stands at the door of the major leagues. Jervis “Champ” Stuart was selected in the 6th round of the 2013 MLB draft out of Brevard College. Despite the challenges that Champ has faced, he has shown what its like to be resilient, determined and motivated to succeed through all adversity. Champ has always been a name heard around the baseball world because of the threat he possesses with his speed and his ability to hit for power. Champ was fortunate enough to be selected to play in the 2016 Arizona Fall League where he dominated the competition of the MLBs top minor league prospects. He posted a .375 batting average while stealing a league leading 12 stolen bases. We are very pleased to have Champ apart of the team because of all of the leadership qualities he posses. #humble&hungry

Jasrado Chisholm:

Position: Infielder

Bats: Left, Throws: Right

6’0, 185lbs

Born: February 1, 1998 in Nassau, Bahamas

School: Word of Life Prep High School

Team:

Arizona Diamondbacks

Jasrado Chisholm is a name that grows everyday in the baseball world. Jasrado, a native of the Bahamas, grew up chasing a dream that he refused to let slip by. Jasrado’s persona is one that is fun to be around and one that will never lead him astray. Chisolm was signed as an international free agent on July 2, 2015. After, inking his name with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Jasrado has wasted no time with making his presence known. Chisolm is coming off of a strong rookie season in professional baseball where he dominated the competition at the rookie-advanced level, posting a .281 batting average with 9 homeruns. These numbers allowed for him to be selected to play in the Pioneer League All-Star game where he started at short-stop. Jasrado is currently sitting at #3 on the Diamondback’s prospect list, making him a very intriguing player to follow. We are honored to have a player of his caliber apart of our team. #livinglegend

Tahnaj Thomas:

Position: Pitcher (RHP)

6-4, 184lb

Born: Freeport, Bahamas

High School: Leadership

Team:

Cleveland Indians

Imagine Calvin “Megatron” Johnson dressed in a baseball jersey and this is what you get when you see Tahnaj Thomas. Thomas is a former position player transitioned to a pitcher. This transition came due to the fact of the tremendous upside Thomas showed. Thomas’ road to signing was not an easy one but he thrived through adversity, remained positive and earned the right to wear a professional jersey. The Cleveland Indians signed Tahnaj in December of 2016. Thomas is currently the youngest Bahamian in professional baseball. Although he is the youngest, has proved that age is only a restriction of the mind. Thomas will begin his first stint with the Indians during the 2017 season. Tahnaj is a tremendous athlete that will prove as a front runner in the starting rotation within the coming years. Tahnaj is a great asset to the team because exemplifies what perseverance looks like. #humble&hungry

Contact us @ Dontblink242@outlook.com

Updating…
  • No products in the cart.