Paul grew up in Alpharetta, GA and played high school baseball at St. Francis High School. After high school, he attended Emory University where he pitched for 4 years and was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 2012 MLB Draft following his senior season. Paul spent three season in the Rangers minor league system, reaching high A Myrtle Beach before being released in 2014. Following his time with the Rangers, Paul had elbow surgery and took 5 years off from playing baseball. Starting in 2019, he began playing in a men’s league locally, and decided to give baseball another shot after increasing his velocity due to new training methods. In 2020, he played in the American Association for the Chicago Dogs, and then was signed by the St. Louis Cardinals organization in 2021 after return to the Dogs that season. Paul is currently training for the 2022 season and looking to sign a free agent contract. He lives in Medlock Park with his wife, Nikki, and two dogs, Moxie and Millie. Having faced his fair share of adversity/injuries/performance struggles in his career, Paul enjoys helping young pitchers take advantage of the knowledge he’s gained along the way.