Clemson picks up new commitment

Clemson picks up new commitment


Clemson picks up new commitment


Erik Bakich and the Clemson baseball program picked up a new verbal pledge Tuesday.

Briggs Sullivan, a class of 2024 middle infielder/utility player from Oceanside Collegiate Academy (Mount Pleasant, S.C.), announced his commitment to the Tigers via social media.

“I am excited to announce that I have committed to further my academic and athletic career at Clemson University,” Sullivan wrote in a Twitter post. “I would like to thank Clemson baseball for giving me the opportunity to live out my dream of representing the tigers.”

You can check out some clips of Sullivan (6-2, 187) below:

Come out to support Clemson baseball at Dear Old Clemson’s event on September 30 at the Madren Conference Center.  New head coach Erik Bakich will speak and most of next year’s team will be on hand.  Get your tickets today or sign up for the Orange level or higher of the Tiger Club to get free access to all Dear Old Clemson events. Dear Old Clemson.



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