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Right-handed pitcher Kevin Davis from T.R. Miller in Brewton, Ala., has committed to play baseball at Auburn. He throws in the low 90's and was 6-1 as a sophomore with a 0.79 ERA. He struck out 117 hitters in 46 innings. I'll see if I can find his junior numbers...
Some junior numbers: 7-2 with a 0.70 ERA. 139 strikeouts and 13 walks in 60 innings. He was named 3A pitcher and player of the year.
Looks like a good one. Thanks for the update, Bryan.
Hey bryan, not sure of his stats but I know he just returned from south Korea trying out for team USA. Also, I I know that's he's been working with a guy that was in the Braves organization before getting extremely sick and he said that he is a top ten draft pick easily
Not sure on draft potential but he definitely looks to be a potential No. 1 starter if he comes to Auburn, which would be huge.
Sure he is a stud...that said baseball commits are more stressful to follow than any sport imo. Great ones rarely turn down top round $. We get our fare share these days too! At least fball studs have to go to school! Wish baseball had same rule bc level of competition that I see is better and WAY more passionate than 90% of any minor league level.
Anyway, with those stats, how did he lose 2 games? Had to have been 1-0 losers didnt they?
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1st rounder probably but top 10 not likely. He's 6'1" in cleats. Those guys don't go in the top 10 unless they are a lefty unless they throw 95+ and he doesn't throw that hard. He will likely not ever step foot on the Auburn campus but you never know when an injury can happen and hurt a player's stock. Auburn has the top 2 players in the state this year committed including the kid from Cullman who is also a threat to go in the 1st round as a RHP/SS. I think it's more of a way to keep Auburn at the top of the baseball recruiting heap in-state perception wise which is important. We've got more talented arms on the team now than I can ever remember and 3 guys that are Friday night talents but young.
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