Originally from Fort Worth, Meyer was a two-sport letterman at Fort Worth Country Day. Earning a Varsity letter in baseball all four years of his high school career, he graduated in 2012.
In 2009 and 2011, Meyer was chosen to compete for North Texas at the Team USA tryouts in Cary, North Carolina. In 2010, he was also invited to participate in an international tournament based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where he met TASBA founder Pat Reid.
Meyer trained under Flint Wallace, head of player development at Texas Baseball Ranch, for six years before joining TASBA.
Meyer was all zone and all conference all four years of his playing career in high school, pitcher of the year all four years, and voted team MVP his senior year in 2012. As a result of his accolades, Meyer earned a baseball scholarship to Texas Tech University.
Meyer Spent time playing at Texas Tech University as well as Weatherford College before joining the TASBA staff in 2014. He is now in his final year of his undergraduate, and is set to graduate a semester early from the University of Texas - Austin with a degree in Kinesiology.