Cleveland State Baseball Announces 2022–2023 Recruiting Class

Wednesday, August 3, 2022
Cleveland State Head Baseball Coach Mike  Policastro announces the recruiting class for 2022-23, with 19 new recruits. 

Coach Policastro said, “This class is very talented and we feel like we have addressed the needs moving into the new season. Coach Zawadzki and Coach Bryant did a great job of attracting high quality guys to be a part of our program. We look forward to getting to work with our entire club.”

This incoming class will have nine transfers, along with 10 high school graduates.
The class includes 12 pitchers, two catchers, four outfielders and one infielder. 

Pitchers:

Logan Ozias, right-handed pitcher 
Knoxville, Tn.
Hardin Valley HS 

Nick Correll, right-handed pitcher
Nashville, Tn.
Homeschool

Tanner Wilson, right-handed pitcher 
Chickamauga, Ga.
Gordon Lee HS

Connor O’Donnell, right-handed pitcher 
Knoxville, Tn.
Hardin Valley HS

Griffin Orr, left-handed pitcher 
Medina, Tn.
Trinity Christian Academy / BCA

Drake Randolph, right-handed pitcher / infield
Lenoir City, Tn.
Lenoir City HS 

Hunter Davis, right-handed pitcher
Signal Mountain, Tn.
Signal Mountain HS / Chattanooga State

Ben Norton, right-handed pitcher
Woodstock, Ga.
Lassiter HS / Wabash Valley CC

Carson Mitchell, left-handed pitcher
Knoxville, Tn.
Farragut HS / Shelton State CC

Riley King, left-handed pitcher
Ringgold, Ga. 
Gordon Lee HS / West Georgia University

Nate Kiser, right-handed pitcher
Spartanburg, SC
Spartanburg HS / USC Salkehatchie CC

Carter Fink, right-handed pitcher
Macon, Ga.
Tattnall Square Academy / Snead State CC

Position Players:

Ryan Langford, outfield 
Dalton, Ga.
Coahulla Creek HS

Reggie Cooper, outfield
Smyrna, Tn.
Stewarts Creek HS

Riley Orr, catcher
Maryville, Tn.
Maryville, HS

Cannon Stafford, catcher
Ringgold, Ga.
Heritage HS

Bryson Trammel, shortstop / third base
Knoxville, Tn.
Bearden HS

Parker Hughes, outfield
Roswell, Ga.
Lassiter HS / LeGrange College

Elijah Gaylon, outfield
Seymour, Tn.
Seymour HS / East Tennessee University

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