Our baseball list you might have missed

Posted by Andy Durham on June 10, 2009 at 1:49 pm under High School | 12 Comments to Read

Here’s our list of the players who that will be able to play baseball in College and they have indicated that they want to play baseball in College. This list was compiled by our staff of reporters that followed the local county teams during the 2009 high school baseball season.

If you know of others that are headed off to College to play baseball and you feel like they should be on this list, then let us know, and now here is today’s list.

Pitchers:
Nick McBride-Ragsdale
Ethan Ogburn-Southwest Guilford
Conner Scarborough-High Point Christian
Kevin Rose-Grimsley
Taylor Atkins-Northeast Guilford
Marshall Clarke-High Point Andrews

Underclassman Pitchers…..George Carter-Northern Guilford
Brock Hudgens-Southwest Guilford
Stephen Mekita-Northwest Guilford
David Coffey-Ragsdale

Catchers:
Alex Swim-Northwest Guilford
Macon Smith-Western Guilford

Infielders:
Logan Self-High Point Wesleyan
Robbie McIntosh-Northwest Guilford
Cal Sutphin-Southwest Guilford
Ben Fultz-Ragsdale
Ray Crawford-Dudley
Josh Tobias-Southeast Guilford

Outfielders:
Wil Myers-High Point Wesleyan
DeSean Anderson-Ragsdale
Justin Lassiter-High Point Central
Kevin Sanders-High Point Christian

*****If you have more names of guys that are going off to college to play baseball let us know.*****


  • mark said,

    Ryan Andrejco – OF Ragsdale will be playing with Catawba next year

    Kyle Brandenburg- 3B Ragsdale will be at Campbell University.

  • ?? said,

    Where is Lassiter, Rose, Coffey, and Atkins going? I basically know about everyone else, I’m just curious to know

  • Joe said,

    Coffey has to decide between going to UNC as a student (and trying to walk on) or playing at a small school.

    Kevin Sanders, the catcher from High Point Christian has opportunities.

  • T said,

    Is this about seniors are underclassmen.A number of these kids will be returning next year

  • Jack I. said,

    To: Joe

    I believe Coffey is going to State, not UNC—in either case, @ that level he should plan to play club baseball. A fine youn man young man who could get a fine education @ a DIII school somewhere if playing baseball is that important to him.

  • joe said,

    Jack, you may be right but as of 12 hours ago it was unc. Was looking at pharmacy school.

    Keep in mind the unc bullpen catcher is a former Ragsdale player, started as a manager and then walked on to be the bullpen catcher in year 2. Not glamorus but he travels with the team to all games and is at practice every day. Right now he’s in Omaha and a lot of other kids are not. Coffey is probably suited for club ball but you never know. Some dreams come true.

  • Andy said,

    This is mainly about seniors, but some of the under classmen have committed…..

    Ray Crawford-UNCG
    George Carter-UNC
    Cal Sutphin-Liberty
    Ben Fultz-Liberty
    Etc……

    I’ll get the book on Lassiter, Rose and Atkins…..I was hearing Rockkingham Community College on some of these kids with a transfer out in two years to a larger program……

  • Brandon Wyrick said,

    I hear that Brandon Wyrick will be attending Greensboro College to play baseball.

  • Taylor Atkins said,

    Taylor Atkins appears to be headed to Pitt CC.

  • Wyrick said,

    I heard that Wyrick was going to RCC. Either would be a good fit for the kid.

  • Andy said,

    Lassiter was going to Methodist to play baseball, but recently the word changed and now he is looking to attend ECU, just for school.

    Wyrick to Greensboro College and Atkins to Pitt Community College just around the corner from ECU and Cody Walker from Grimsley has been at Pitt the past two years and they play GTCC on a regular basis.

    Rose might be another one of those kids headed to RCC.

  • baseballfan said,

    Glen Clemmons, NWG, champions of the metro 4a conference, didn’t make a single error this past season and made some game saving catches as a center fielder, he hit .383 his on base % was close to .500…he did a hec of a job this year…he will be attending N.C. State.. School of Engineering…congrats go out to him