Adam Leverett is a right-handed pitcher in the Phillies organization and boasts an 11-15 record and 4.41 earned run average across 61 minor league appearances.
He began the season with Reading Fightin Phils before transitioning to Lehigh Valley IronPigs for its entirety, earning Phillies Minor League Pitcher of the Month honors for June.
Early Life and Education
Adam, which derives from Hebrew Adm (‘adam), can mean various things, including “earth” and “ground”. It is most frequently used to refer to the first human created from Earth by God and also appears in later Judaism, Christianity and Islam as an umbrella term encompassing humanity as a collective entity.
Leverett hails from Charlotte, North Carolina and graduated from Mount de Sales University. After college graduation he played for Gordon State College where he amassed 71 innings pitched as a starter to compile a 9-0 record and is now part of Double-A Reading Phillies; although spring training was shortened due to lockout restrictions he remains committed to pursuing his dreams.
Adam has enjoyed an accomplished and varied professional career working in media and communications for most of it. Currently he serves as account director at Seven Letter, a top tier PR firm located in Washington DC that has been around for more than two decades; previously he served as Spokesman for President George W Bush while simultaneously running Pennsylvania’s Press & Communications office for a time period; additionally he won awards for photography depicting our national parks & monuments; all while remaining young enough to enjoy it all!
Achievement and Honors
As a student-athlete, Adam has earned numerous honors and recognitions. Currently a member of North Carolina Central University football team where he started all games at offensive line position during sophomore season earning all-conference recognition as well as two Allstate AFCA Good Works Teams as well as being nominated for Academic Excellence Award nomination.
Adam is also a member of both fraternity and honor society, as well as participating in several community service initiatives. These have included gathering food donations for Durham Rescue Mission, speaking to elementary students about character building and breaking barriers, teaching fellow male students professional etiquette. On track to complete his bachelor’s degree within three years and beginning graduate studies next fall 2018, Adam has also received the prestigious Sill Family Scholarship for Academic Excellence.
Adam leverett was an internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter-musician. In addition to this he made a name for himself through acting roles in movies and TV shows, while remaining an active family man in his personal life.
He and Behati Prinsloo, his wife, share three children. Reports indicate they have put any relationship drama to rest to focus on raising a family together.
As an icon of fashion, he is widely recognized. Frequently wearing designer clothing – jeans and jackets from his own label as well as other designers’ clothes – and always having his hair styled neatly, including recently donning a tuxedo – and sporting the latest technological advances like smartwatches and fitness trackers is well known; moreover he’s well-versed with social media as evidenced by having many Instagram followers is another key trait defining him.
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 has amassed an estimated net worth of around $160 Million, thanks to a successful music career and various business ventures that have enabled him to amass such wealth.
Levine is best-known for his role as a coach on NBC’s hit reality show The Voice, earning a whopping $6 Million each season of coaching duties on this popular program.
According to reports, Adam Levine is currently embroiled in an alleged cheating scandal. It’s been claimed he sent flirtatious online messages while married and expecting their third child with Behati Prinsloo.
Levine boasts an expansive real estate portfolio and owns multiple luxury properties in Beverly Hills. Recently, he and his wife made headlines by purchasing a 12,000-square foot home together in March 2018.