|High School:||Millbury Lake|
2010-11: Along with Joe Sickler, Hotmer was named to the All-OCCAC team after hitting .379 with 33 hits, two doubles, one triple and three home runs in 87 at bats last year. He slugged .429 and stole three bases in four attempts while starting 27 games. He appeared in 29 games overall and had a fielding percentage of .993 at first base. His batting average was second on the team last year and highest among this year's returners. He only made one error with 140 putouts and nine assists. On the mound, Hotmer went 2-0 with a 1.98 ERA. He made six appearances with one start. In 13.2 innings pitched, he allowed 11 hits, three earned runs and four walks. Carrying a .229 batting average against, Hotmer struck out 13 and had the lowest ERA on the team.
Prior to Owens: Hotmer became a leader for Millbury Lake under coach Greg Wilker during his junior year when he helped lead his team to the district championship game. On the way there, he beat some quality teams with his work on the mound, and he hit a couple home runs in a tournament game to beat Lakota. He also led his team with six home runs his junior year. Overall, Hotmer was a member of the baseball, football and basketball teams at Lake. He was named Sentinel-Tribune player of the week (April 16, 2010), team MVP, Suburban Lakes League All-Academic and First Team All-SLL his senior year as a utility player, and Second Team All-SLL his junior year as a pitcher. Also, he was First Team All-Wood County in baseball and football, and he broke the school record with 15 home runs in his career. Hotmer’s greatest personal sports thrill was beating Tinora Fairview his junior year in the district semis by beating a pitcher who hadn’t lost throughout his high school career up to that point.
Personal: Ryan is the son of Ryan and Patricia Hotmer. He is a pre-business administration major at Owens.