"We lost 10-7," he continued. "We're pretty good though. Four teams in our district make the playoffs (two weeks away) and we're about the No. 3 team in our district."
Tiger fans should not be too concerned with Perrilloux missing the Spring Game, after all, he didn't make the Longhorn Orange-White Game, either.
The 6-2, 207-pounder will pursue strictly a football career once his high school baseball season wraps up.
"I'll probably go to summer camps at Texas, LSU and Florida State."
While many see this as an LSU-UT battle, Perrilloux said, "I've opened it up a bit."
He certainly did that with the probable addition of FSU to the summer camp circuit.
"They want me to come up there and check it out, throw the ball around. They said they already know what I can do. So I'll go up there, too."
Kid's also slated to attend Peyton Manning's Passing Camp and will train all summer long (immediately after baseball season) with Tom Shaw who works out some of the top names in the biz...
"I'll be working on my explosiveness, speed and I want to drop my forty time down a bit. So, I'll be doing a lot of resistance training... with bungee cords and sleds."
No rest for the weary...