Your Daily Local and D9and10Sports are highlighting returning high school student-athletes this summer. The year in school listed next to the athlete’s name is the year the athlete is entering this fall. Player profiles for the week of August 7 are powered by Showcase Homes. To nominate an athlete, send us a message
RYLIE BRAYMER – SOPHOMORE – SAEGERTOWN
Sports Played: Softball and Volleyball, Letter in Softball
Parents Names: Michael & Amy Braymer
Siblings: Averie Braymer (18), Maggie Braymer (17)
Social Media Handles: @RBraymer2025 (Twitter)
2021-22 Highlights: 2nd Team OF for the All-District 10 Team. First on my team in batting avg. (.509) OBP (.585), SB (23) Runs (26) and Hits (28)
College Athletics plan if applicable: Yes I plan on furthering my softball career in college and I am currently uncommitted.
Q: What was the first sport you played? Why did you play it? Did you like it?
A: Gymnastics. I loved it. You had to love it as I spent 20 hrs in the gym per week which made your team like your family.
Q: What is the most important factor in you being successful in high school athletics?
A: I think the key to being a successful high school athlete is maintaining a positive mentality.
Q: What is your favorite non-sports “go-to” activity?
A: Going outside with family, four-wheeling, and hunting.
Q: You could meet one sports figure, living or dead (1) who would it be and (2) what is the first thing you would ask them?
A: James Conner and would ask him if it was hard to get noticed coming from a smaller area.
Q: What is your favorite sport and if you could change one thing about your favorite sport, what would it be?
A: Favorite sport is softball and I would change the rule to allow the runner to lead off while the ball is still in the pitchers hand.
Q: If you could eat any food in the world right now, what would it be?
A: Steak with A1 sauce.
Q: What is your ideal vacation spot?
Q: Is there anything you wish we would have asked you? If so, what is the question/answer?