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  1. 2021 RHP Elijah Jones committed to Gamecocks Sept. 17, 2019 2021 RHP Elijah Jones of Peachtree City, GA committed to Gamecocks according to John Whittle of TheBigSpur.
  2. JUCO All-American infielder commits to the Gamecocks Sept. 12, 2019 The Gamecock baseball has added junior college commitment to the 2020 recruiting class as utility player David Mendham (Dorchester, Ontario/Connors State) made his pledge to the school on Monday. Mendham, a second-team NJCAA All-American, announced his commitment to the Gamecocks on Twitter on Wednesday night, just a few days after visiting the program officially over the weekend.
  3. OF/LHP Kameron Dunlap of White Knoll committed to Gamecocks Sept. 12, 2019
  4. Gamecock Baseball: America Ranks Gamecocks' Recruiting Class 11th in the Country 9/5/2019 | Baseball GCF Staff Report | From USC Sports Information DURHAM, N.C. - South Carolina baseball's recruiting class has been ranked No. 11 in the nation by Baseball America, the publication announced this afternoon (Thursday, Sept. 5). (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Gamecocks land a commit from 2021 OF Dariyan Pendergrass August 14, 2019 2021 OF Dariyan Pendergrass of Hartsville committed to USC Tuesday night according to the Florence Post 1 American Legion program. He’s also been a football player for the Red Foxes.
  6. RHP CJ Weins (6-3 205) of Wabash Valley JC, IL committed to Gamecocks. Last season he was 5-0 with 7 saves and an ERA of 1.32. He struck out 54 in 27.1 innings.
  7. Baseball recruiting highlights for Thursday July 04, 2019 C/INF Colin Burgess (5-10 180) of Lexington, KY committed to USC for the 2019 class. Burgess primarily is a catcher and he signed with Wichita State in November. But he got his release from this LOI after the Shockers fired head coach Todd Butler in late May. In stats compiled by MaxPreps, for his career Burgess batted .367 in 99 games with 15 home runs and 70 RBIs. His father played pro hockey and his mother played college softball. OF/IF Anthony Amicangelo of Johnson County JC, KS committed to USC. He’s a native of Washington and a former Washington State commitment. This season he earned first team junior college All-American honors after hitting .492 with 6 homers and 68 RBIs. He missed most of the 2018 season after suffering a torn labrum in his shoulder.
  8. Gamecocks add an outfielder to 2019 recruiting class July 03, 2019 Wednesday, junior college outfielder Anthony Amicangelo posted on his Twitter account that he has committed to the Gamecocks. Amicangelo was committed to Washington State but former head coach Marty Lees was fired after his fourth season with the program after the completion of the 2019 season. At that time, Amicangelo was released from his National Letter of Intent and reopened the recruiting process. The 5-foot-10, 205-pounder played one season at Johnson County Community College. This past season, he hit .492 in 55 games played with six home runs and 68 RBIs. He also scored 62 runs and stole nine bases.
  9. 2022 INF Keegan Knutson of Janesville, WI committed to USC. Perfect Game wrote this review of Knutson following a 2018 showcase: Primary shortstop, takes short steps to the baseball, hands play out in front, full arm action getting on top of throws into release, average arm strength with throws around the bag, topped out at 77 mph across the diamond. Secondary righthanded pitcher, pitches exclusively out of the stretch, long arm action up to a 3/4 arm slot, short stride down the mound, could utilize lower half more into delivery for added arm strength, lands closed. Fastball topped out at 74 with occasional life, curveball has 12-to-6 shape. Also took reps in the outfield and did so well, fields the baseball out in front coming through the ball with good energy, quick feet and and releases the baseball quickly, topped out at 81 mph from the outfield with plenty of accuracy to the bag. Righthanded hitter, very spread out stance with a high hand set to start, leg lift trigger, steep downhill plane to the baseball, gets the bat head out to a flat plane, showed some barrel ability up the middle, creates some bat speed but could loosen the swing some for more improved pop USC signee OF James Nix, a 35th round pick of the Astros, decided to sign with Houston according to John Whittle of the TheBigSpur.
  10. 2022 INF Keegan Knutson of Janesville, WI committed to Gamecocks June 29, 2019
  11. He's played Catcher and DH for SoMiss - he has a career .320 batting average in 125 games and 403 at-bats, with 18 homeruns and 93 RBI. Last season was his best, with a .341 BA, 11 HRs, and 51 RBIs in 54 games, 50 of them starts. Southern Miss went 40-21 this past season, and 20-10 in the C-USA. The Golden Eagles played in the Baton Rouge Regional this season, beating Arizona State 15-3 and 13-12, but lost to LSU 8-4 and then 6-4 in the final round... Looks like we'll have the Catcher's position, 1B, 3B, and Designated Hitter spots all nicely covered for 2020, with Berryhill, Clarke, Beaver, and now Bowen part of the team....
  12. Southern Miss grad transfer catcher Bryant Bowen commits to USC. Last season he hit .341 with 11 home runs and 51 RBIs.
  13. TheBigSpur reports UCF grad transfer catcher Dallas Beaver has committed to USC Gamecocks June 19, 2019 The South Carolina baseball program added an experienced college hitter who has put up big numbers at another major program. UCF graduate transfer Dallas Beaver committed to the Gamecocks over the weekend when he was on a visit to see the program. Beaver played and started all 58 games for the Golden Knights last season and hit .316 with 12 home runs, 44 walks and 56 RBIs. He played all over the field starting 23 games at catcher, 16 at first base, 10 at third base and nine as the team’s designated hitter. In conference play, he hit .295 for the Golden Knights. He also recorded a team-best 18 multi-RBI games. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE) 247SPORTS FREE
  14. OF James Nix of the College of Central Florida committed to USC Friday June 01, 2019 OF James Nix of the College of Central Florida committed to USC Friday. This season he batted .462 with 9 homers and 48 RBIs. He also stole 24 bases. He was named the player of the year in his league.
  15. 2021 C/INF Talmadge LeCroy committed to USC May 16, 2019 2021 C/INF Talmadge LeCroy of Belton Honea-Path committed to USC.
  16. ‘It just flipped’: In-state Gamecock baseball commit puts up gaudy home run numbers May 03, 2019, | THE STATE After a rough preseason, Cole Messina wasn’t sure what was in store for his sophomore year. But the Summerville High catcher turned things around and put together one of the best power numbers in school history. Messina, a South Carolina baseball commit, leads the state with 11 homers (believed to be a school record) to go along with his .406 average and .792 slugging percentage. He also has swiped 11 bases while batting leadoff for the Green Wave. Messina hit just one homer during his freshman year. He hit his 11th homer of the year Monday as the Green Wave won twice in defeating Chapin for the Class 5A District V championship. Summerville began the Lower State tournament Thursday with a 12-7 win over St. James. “Preseason I had only two hits and it just flipped,” Messina last month. “It has been great ever since. I credit my dad, Randy Carlson at ECBA and coach Osterman my hitting coach. They have been working with me non-stop 24-7, seeing what I needed to get better at. It has been a great season and I’m very blessed in the stats I am putting up. I just got to keep helping my team as much as I can.” Messina said he was lunging at the ball early in the season but kept working on that with a variety of drills. Summerville coach Bo Charpia credits Messina’s big power season on him being able to hit breaking pitches. “Cole understands that there are parts of his game, both offensively and defensively, that need improving, but is one of those kids that loves to work and is always taking extra reps,” Charpia said. “He certainly has a bright future.” And it is a future that involves playing for South Carolina down the road, which Messina calls his ‘dream school. He committed to the Gamecocks in July, just a few hours after being offered by USC coach Mark Kingston. “Playing baseball for Carolina has always been a dream of mine and I want to stay close enough to home that my family can still be a part of my career,” Messina said after his commitment. “I really like the coaching staff and they’ve made me feel like I can really contribute to the program.” Messina hopes to contribute not only with his bat but his defense behind the plate. After playing third base last season, he has been full-time catcher this season and made just two errors in 181 innings. But Messina thinks there is another quality besides defense that helps him behind the plate. “Personally, I don’t think I am the best behind the plate defensively,” he said. “But my leadership and being able to handle things keeps me going.”
  17. Owasso, OK - Collinsville graduate and Cowley County C.C. pitcher Brannon Jordan announced on Nov. 9, 2018 he had committed to play baseball for the Gamecocks. The 6-2, 195 RHP pitcher - a member of the 2019 class (for the 2020 season), Jordan was continuing down a well-worn path from Owasso to Columbia, SC that already held the footprints of past Cardinal standouts Jonah Bride and Braden Webb, past Gamecocks who are playing their trade in the MLB minor leagues. Jordan would take a side-road via the Junior College ranks at Cowley County Community College, but he has made a very notable mark on the JC records on Saturday April 27th, as he threw a 7-inning no-hitter against the NJCAA 12th-ranked team Johnson County. Jordan threw 7 strikeouts with 3 walks, in the 7-inning shortened game due to it being the first of a double-header played on Saturday. Jordan's Cowley County C.C. Tigers won 2-0. Jordan stands currently with the top ERA for a starting pitcher for Cowley County C.C., of 2.48, with a record of 4-2 in 9 starts, 32.2 IP, with 47 Ks and 11 BBs. For Brannon's efforts, he earned the NJCAA DI Pitcher of the Week honors: Congrats Brannon! Looks like help is on it's way for the Baseball program!
  18. Local South Carolina baseball commit has lived up to billing at A.C. Flora April 23, 2019 Jack Reynolds committed to South Carolina months before his first varsity baseball game and has backed that up with a strong freshman season. The first-year player leads the Falcons in hitting and ranks near the top of every offensive category for one of the top teams in Class 4A. A.C. Flora is one of the favorites to win the state title when the playoffs begin April 24. “Jack has had a great year, couldn’t be more proud of what he has done,” AC Flora coach Andy Hallett said. “He is advanced for a 15-year-old. You can never expect a freshman to play like he is 18 years old. You never expect him to come in and have the season like he has had.” Diamond Prospects founder Austin Alexander got a glimpse of Reynolds at the DP Palmetto Games in August and was at his first varsity action during the IP Classic in Georgetown. At the Palmetto Games, Reynolds hit 87 mph and earned Golden Arm award for his team. In his first varsity game, Reynolds ripped a double and had a single in his first two at-bats. “His hit tools are very advanced and his ability to take the barrel of the baseball at a high rate is very unusual for someone his age,” said Alexander, a pro scout and former college baseball coach. “He hits velocity, hits left-handed pitching, hits in the clutch and all fields. He hits at a very high level for such a young player. “You don’t know which way a player is going to go when they experience success at that young age. Jack from my understanding is a tireless worker and very intent on working at his craft. My crystal ball sees him getting pro interest before high school is over and playing baseball for a very long time.” Reynolds has hit anywhere from leadoff to third in the Falcons’ order. He entered this week’s Forest Acres Classic, leading Flora in average (.426), hits (18), on-base percentage (.569), second in RBI (15) and has struck out six times in 73 plate appearances. On the mound, Reynolds has two saves, 12 strikeouts in 10 1/3 innings pitched. “I just tried to go up there and do my job every time,” Reynolds said. “… worked hard in offseason and wanted to come in and show everyone what I could do and help them compete for a state championship.” Reynolds committed to USC back in October and was a big Gamecocks’ fan growing up. He remembers playing on the playground at Founders Park when he was younger and watching Whit Merrifield’s game-winning hit in the College World Series. Reynolds also looked up to former Gamecock Madison Stokes, who played at A.C. Flora. He has been to a few games this year and USC coach Mike Current was at a Forest Acres Classic game this week. “I always wanted to go there. I love the coaches and the campus. I love the fans and atmosphere,” Reynolds said of USC. “Committing to USC makes me work harder because people know I’m committed and they come at me with their best.”
  19. That was really awesome’: Two future Gamecocks shine in pitching duel April 18, 2019 THE STATE .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%} With one of their future coaches looking on, South Carolina baseball pitching commits Cade Austin and RJ Dantin put on quite a display. Austin, a junior at Chapin, and Dantin, a senior from Spartanburg, combined for 23 strikeouts in their matchup Wednesday in the SC Diamond Invitational at Blythewood High School. Austin picked up the win in Chapin’s 3-2 victory on the first day of the tournament. “That was really awesome and he was really bringing it,” Dantin said of Austin. “It was a fun matchup. We hadn’t really met before and I told him it was a heck of a job pitching. He was on his game tonight.” Gamecocks’ assistant coach Mike Current had a front-row seat behind the plate to watch the two future USC pitchers perform. Austin thinks it was one of his best performances of the season in the complete-game victory. Austin allowed two runs on five hits and seemed to get stronger as the game went along, spotting his curveball better. His fastball wasn’t bad either and was clocked at 90 mph in the final inning as he struck out the side to finish things off. “State championship (last year) I was 88 in last inning so I want to maintain my energy throughout the game. That’s helped a lot,” Austin said. “This year is probably the best I have ever thrown, not too many runs and not many walks.” Austin is 5-0 with a 1.09 ERA with 55 strikeouts and just nine walks in 38 1/3 innings against some tough competition in Region 5-5A, which features River Bluff, Dutch Fork, Lexington and White Knoll. Chapin, which won the Class 4A title last year, won the region title in its first year of Class 5A. The Eagles will look for its second straight title when the playoffs begin next week. “It would be amazing,” Austin said of winning two in a row. “We got to keep bats going because our pitching is the most dominant thing about our team.” For Dantin, there won’t be any postseason. Spartanburg missed the playoffs so Wednesday’s performance was the last of his high school career. He plans to enroll at USC in June. The left-hander said that was ‘difficult to process’ going in but it started to sink in late in the game. Dantin was taken out of the game with two outs in the sixth because he reached his pitch count. All of his teammates came out of the dugout meet him. Dantin allowed just one earned run on two hits while striking out 11 and walking four against Chapin. “All four years of hard work and everything I faced in my baseball career. And realizing I have been blessed. It was a cool experience,” Dantin said of his thoughts leaving the mound for one final time. “I remember the most about the season is even though we didn’t have the success on the scoreboard the team always competed. We gave our all and could hold our heads high.
  20. Gamecocks land big JUCO baseball commit catcher Luis Aviles April 08, 2019 South Carolina added a big piece to its 2019 class today with JUCO catcher Luis Aviles from Wallace Community College committing to South Carolina CLICK BELOW TO VIEW PROFILE, VIDEO & MORE
  21. Gamecocks land a commit from INF Shane Shifflett of State College of Florida JC April 02, 2019 INF Shane Shifflett of State College of Florida JC committed to USC. He started his career at Florida. He’s batting .302 this season.
  22. Gamecocks land a commit from INF Jeff Heinrich March 29, 2019 INF Jeff Heinrich of McHenry JC, IL committed to USC. This season he is hitting .466 with 4 homers and 31 RBIs..
  23. USC 2020 baseball commitment OF Brandon Fields of Orlando on his status with the Gamecocks January 20, 2019 USC 2020 baseball commitment OF Brandon Fields of Orlando on his status with the Gamecocks: “Yes, everything (as of right now) is still solid with SC and I plan to play both baseball and football.” Fields said he’s been in touch with new RB coach Thomas Brown. He’s not sure when he’ll visit again.
  24. perfectgame.org Top 10 2020 and 2021. Baseball players commit 2-3 years early. Put the gun down.
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