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UH baseball team signs 10 recruits

By Billy Hull

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LAST UPDATED: 03:47 p.m. HST, Nov 19, 2013



Hawaii baseball coach Mike Trapasso has signed 10 players during the early signing period for the class of 2015.

Six of the 10 who will join the Rainbow Warriors next fall are from junior colleges, including former Kailua High standout Eli Davidann.

Davidann, a two-way player for the Surfriders, will be brought in as a pitcher from Feather River (Calif.) C.C.

Davidann was second-team all-state as a senior in 2012, hitting .467 with 19 RBIs while going 2-0 on the mound with 20 strikeouts in 18 innings.

Four high school players signed include Hilo's Jodd Carter.

Carter, a 5-foot-9 outfielder, led the Vikings to a BIIF championship last season and hit .714 (5-for-7) with two doubles, a triple, and four RBIs in two state-tournament games.

2015 UH baseball signees

Name, Pos., Ht., School

Tyler Brashears, RHP, 6-2, Saddleback (Calif.) J.C.

Jodd Carter, OF, 5-9, Hilo H.S.

Eli Davidann, RHP, 6-5, Feather River (Calif.) C.C.

Luke Eubank, RHP, 6-1, Oxnard (Calif.) C.C.

Alex Jondal, C, 6-4, Ferris (Wash.) H.S.

Josh Pigg, RHP/OF, 6-2, Cosumnes River (Calif.) C.C.

Eric Ramirez, 1B, 6-0, Rio Mesa (Calif.) H.S.

Jacob Sheldon-Collins, INF, 5-11, Iowa Western C.C.

Matt Valencia, LHP, 6-1, San Joaquin Delta (Calif.) C.C.

Fred Williams, OF, 5-11, Benicia (Calif.) H.S.







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808warriorfan wrote:
Question now is how many of them will actually enroll vs turn pro
on November 19,2013 | 01:28PM
gobows wrote:
or how many will qualify academically?
on November 19,2013 | 01:30PM
bluemountain wrote:
or stay with the new head coach.
on November 19,2013 | 01:43PM
bigislandkurt wrote:
No Stubblefield? Being a football commit, I'm guessing he is not listed with the BBallers?
on November 19,2013 | 02:12PM
Kaimiloa wrote:
Stubblefield's scholarship will be coming from football.
on November 19,2013 | 04:14PM
alfhawaii wrote:
Trap can't coach.
on November 19,2013 | 05:54PM
Rok888 wrote:
6 recruits from last years outstanding class got drafted and turned pro...that's rough...
on November 19,2013 | 10:24PM
tod wrote:
Recruiting for college baseball is harder than recruiting for other college sports. Not only do you have to compete with the big BCS schools for recruits, you also have to compete with MLB franchises who are offering $$. That's tough.
on November 20,2013 | 07:11AM
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