Westside Neighborhood School sixth grader
Ceyair Jeremiah Wright is Baseball Central's
Allstar for the month of October.

"Ever since I can remember, I have always been
active in a variety of sports as well as acting and
modeling," the confident 11-year-old says, adding
he has been in several national commercial campaigns and worked with noted actors including Tia Mowry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

On the sports side Wright plays football, baseball and lacrosse, and even finds time to run track. His irrepressible spirit and competitive nature can be directly traced back to words of wisdom from his father.

"A quote I try to live by is something my Dad has been saying to me since I was young ... 'Hard work breeds champions'," Wright says with a smile. " I know if I continue to work hard in school, sports and everything else, I will always be a champion in life."

Wright plays baseball in the Westchester Little League Majors division in the outfield and as a third baseman. He credits Baseball Central coaches Elvis Nelson and Alex Anguiano with taking his batting skills to the next level. He was selected to be on the Allstar team which won the District 37 Championship in 2014.

A wide receiver and and defensive back for the Baldwin Hills youth football team, Wright has also seen success on the gridiron, with his squad currently enjoying on a 17-game winning streak. Last season his team went 13-0 and won the OCJAAF Super Bowl.

In school his favorite subjects are Math, Science and Physical Education.

"When (BC owner) TJ Runnells told my Dad that I was going to be Baseball Central's student-athelete of the month, I couldn't stop smiling," Wright says.