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Baseball Announces 2010-2011 Signing Class

The Florida Atlantic University baseball team announced the 2010 signing class with eight players to be added for the 2011 season.

“This recruiting class is full of winners,” said John McCormack, FAU baseball head coach. “Each player is of high character and talent and they are the future of this program.”

The class consists of four pitchers, one infielder and two utility players. Out of the eight signees, seven of them will be incoming freshman with one player transferring from junior college.

David Johannessen (Melbourne) is the most versatile of the group and can play catcher, outfielder or middle infield. Johannessen was a 2009 All-Cape Coast Conference selection at Melbourne High School.

Geoff Jimenez (Pembroke Pines) is the lone outfielder of the class. Jimenez batted .304 with 21 runs scored and 15 stolen bases last season at Flanagan High School.

The pitchers consist of three right-handers and one left-hander.

Jason Garcia (Land O’ Lakes) is a right-handed pitcher that went 8-3 with a 2.01 ERA and recorded 72 strikeouts in 58 innings pitched at Land O’ Lakes High School last spring.

Paul Davis (Port St. Lucie) is the lone junior college transfer in the class. The right-hander went 6-3 with a 4.26 ERA and 29 strikeouts in 50 innings pitched last season for Pensacola Junior College.

Dalton Wentz (Brownsburg, Indiana) is the final right-hander in the class. Wentz went 7-0 with eight saves, 100 strikeouts and a 0.52 ERA in 50 innings pitched last spring for Brownsburg High School.

Bo Logan (Naples) is the lone left-handed pitcher in the class. Logan went 6-4 with 97 strikeouts and a 2.95 ERA in 64 innings pitched last season for Gulf Coast High School. Logan also played outfield at Gulf Coast and batted .387 with 21 RBI last spring.

Devon Workman (Clermont) played infield and outfield for East Ridge High School and batted .364 with two home runs and 23 RBI last season. Workman was an All Lake County Selection in 2009 in addition to being a varsity letterman all four years of his prep career.

Kevin Moesquit (Delray Beach) is the only true infielder in the class. Moesquit played shortstop at Highlands Christian High School last season and is originally from Curacao.

“I have seen each young man play and have been impressed not only by their physical tools but also the overwhelming desire to compete,” McCormack said. “These kids will be a welcomed addition to our program"


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