Daniel Caskey is a well-rounded athlete and avid sports fan, hailing from Gulf Stream, Florida. He is an extremely active person and is a major advocate for people of all ages to work sports into their daily life. In addition to the health benefits, Daniel enjoys how sports have the ability to bring people together.
He is particularly fond of tennis and golf, participating in both from a very early age. Daniel enjoys the competitiveness of individual sports, in that all the pressure is placed squarely on you to succeed. His tennis idols include Rafael Nadal, Juan Martin del Potro, and Roger Federer. When it comes to golf, Daniel is usually rooting for Andrew Johnson and Phil Mickelson.
Daniel Caskey has spent the past few summers working as a camp counselor for the annual tennis camp at the Quail Ridge Country Club. He enjoys working with the younger kid to help them develop into more well-rounded tennis players. Since tennis has played such an important role in Daniel’s life, he finds it to be incredibly rewarding to help foster this same passion in others as well.
When it comes to participating in team sports, Daniel Caskey has played Lacrosse, Football, Basketball, and Soccer since he was just eleven years old. Daniel has always enjoyed the challenge of developing chemistry and working with teammates to achieve a common goal. Participating in sports over the years
As a sports fan, Daniel Caskey follows the Patriots, Red Sox, and Miami Heat, and Real Madrid. His passion for sports goes well beyond their performance on the field, as he is very much interested in the business aspects as well. He enjoys learning about how the organizations are run and the decisions that need to be made on a daily basis.
For the sports teams based in the United States, in particular, Daniel likes how they tend to stay away from flashy moves and instead focus more on getting the best value out of each player doing a specific job. They are not afraid to make tough decisions that might upset their fan base in the short-term, but actually, pay off in the long-run. Whether it is cutting players, trading them, or refusing to sign a huge contract to aging Veterans, such as Vince Wilfork, a former Patriot, and Dwayne Wade, a former member of the Heat.