Clemson picks up new commitment

Clemson picks up new commitment

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Clemson picks up new commitment

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The Clemson baseball program added a verbal commitment on Thursday morning when Isaac Pena, a class of 2024 infielder from Charlotte, N.C., announced his verbal pledge to the Tigers.

“I am extremely excited to announce I have committed to Clemson University to further my academic and baseball career,” Pena wrote in a Twitter post. “I would like to thank God because without Him none of this would be possible as well as my family, coaches, and friends who have supported me. Go Tigers!!!”

Pena, who bats and throws right-handed, attends Ardrey Kell High School. The 6-foot, 163-pounder is a USA Baseball Alumni and plays for the South Charlotte Panthers national showcase baseball program.

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