Tigers sign another outstanding class

Tigers sign another outstanding class


Tigers sign another outstanding class


Clemson signed another outstanding baseball class on Wednesday.  Nine top prospects signed with the Tigers positioning the Tigers for another strong freshmen class in 14-15.

“Once again we feel like we have signed another great class, we have a great mixture of position players and pitchers. We addressed our needs that will add to the players we have currently on our roster. As always we have four or five5 that we will have to dodge the MLB draft with, but the signees and families are committed to coming Clemson. We have been very fortunate in the past couple of years of targeting the correct guys and we feel the same about this group,” said LeCroy.

Five preferred walk-ons are also expected to join the Tigers as part of the 2014 class.



The players who signed with Clemson Wednesday are:

Michael Chavis – INF – Sprayberry HS – Marietta, GA

Adam Renwick – INF – Dorman HS -Spartanburg, SC

Paul Campbell – RHP – Salisbury School – Malden, MA

Austin DeCarr – RHP  – Salisbury School – Foxboro, MA

Charlie Barnes – LHP – Sumter HS – Sumter, SC

Alex Schnell – LHP – Milton HS –  Alpharetta, GA

Chase Pinder – INF/OF – Poquoson HS – Poquoson, VA

Drew Wharton – OF – Peachtree Ridge HS – Suwanee, GA

KJ Bryant – OF – Wade Hampton HS – Taylors, SC


Preferred Walk-ons

Derek Vail – RHP – Santa Fe CC – Gainesville, FL

Robert Jolly – C – Carolina Forest HS – Myrtle Beach, SC

Cody Hardage- C –  Johns Creek HS –  Johns Creek, GA

Michael Goren – RHP – Jericho HS – Westbury, NY



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