Ryan Stoneman(Grimsley HS) gets the call and accepts the ‘Highlander Calling’

Ryan Stoneman (Grimsley RHP/INF) has committed to attend Radford University after an official visit on April 28th. He received scholarship offers from Gardner-Webb, Catawba, Brevard and Mars Hill. Ryan plans to major in Business Administration and play baseball for the Highlanders.

Congratulations to Ryan as he heads up into Virginia to play college baseball…..


  1. Really? Actual money and offers from all these schools for baseball? Wow!!!

  2. Ryan Stoneman is an all around great student athlete who any university would be lucky to have. Ryan is a token player. Anybody hating on such a tremendous athlete should seriously reconsider their life priorities…..I mean seriously get a life….

  3. Good job Ryan. It is well deserved. Hit the books, make the batters miss and have a good time in Radford.

  4. There are a number of players that get their offers based on what they did during the Summer more so than based on what they did during the school-year…..Many players get seen these days during the summer travel and quite a few offers have come out tournaments like the Wood Bat Tournament down in Georgia and others like it……A kid like DJ Reader already had his offers even before this year’s high school baseball season and then he got hurt and missed most of the year…..He already had most of his in the bag going in and sometimes it works that out way…..We all ought to be glad when we see or hear about one of our Guilford County kids headed off to college to play ball….If they set the woods on fire or not, it is still a very important accomplishment to be chosen to get that chance, the opportunity to play college ball….For many of the kids, their careers ended last week and you hate to see it come to a close after we have had the chance to watch them playing ball for all these years…..

    Good luck to them all and let’s hope they all strive to overachieve…..

  5. That truely is amazing that this kid was even seen since the team went 8 wins and 24 losses over the last two years. Great sales job, who is his agent?

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