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Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked #12 By Collegiate Baseball

Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked #12 By Collegiate Baseball

Sept. 30, 2004

Clemson’s baseball recruiting class was ranked #12 in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Thursday. Louisiana State was ranked #1, while Arizona State, Texas, Oklahoma State, and Tulane rounded out the top five.

Head Coach Kevin O’Sullivan brought in 15 players, including eight high school players, five junior college transfers, and two college transfers. Drew Fiorenza was drafted in the 45th round by the New York Yankees, and was the lone draftee in the class. All 15 members of the class have already begun fall practice and are eligible to compete in the 2005 season, which will begin for the Tigers on February 18 in a tournament at Myrtle Beach, SC.

2004 Clemson Baseball Signees

Players Pos. B-T Hgt Wgt Cl. Exp. Hometown Previous School
Jorge Andrade, Jr. INF R-R 6-1 200 So. JC San Diego, CA San Diego City College
William Bond P R-L 5-11 185 Fr. HS Lawrenceville, GA Greater Atlanta Christian School
Adrian Casanova C R-R 6-1 205 *Jr. TR Miami, FL Florida International University
Brad Chalk OF L-L 6-0 170 Fr. HS Greer, SC Riverside HS
Sean Clark P R-R 6-2 190 Jr. JC Los Angeles, CA Chandler Gilbert (AZ) CC
Chris Fidrych P L-L 6-1 220 Fr. HS Beaufort, SC Beaufort HS
Drew Fiorenza P R-R 6-2 200 Jr. JC Atlanta, GA Middle Georgia College
Ben Hall INF R-R 5-10 190 Jr. JC Ormond Beach, FL Daytona Beach CC
Taylor Harbin INF R-R 5-10 175 Fr. HS Travelers Rest, SC Travelers Rest HS
David Kopp P R-R 6-3 196 Fr. HS Margate, FL Coral Springs HS
Alex Martin P L-L 6-2 175 Fr. HS Charlotte, NC Providence HS
Drew Martin INF L-R 6-3 212 So. JC Walterboro, SC Spartanburg Methodist College
Daniel Moskos P R-L 6-1 200 Fr. HS Alta Loma, CA Damien HS
Stan Widmann INF R-R 6-1 190 Fr. HS Hurst, TX L.D. Bell HS
David Williams OF R-R 5-10 190 Jr. TR Burnsville, NC UNC Asheville