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2020 RHP Gage Boehm commits to Texas baseball

The righty has serious size at only 15 years old and could develop into a solid player for David Pierce.

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David Pierce continues to dominate the recruiting trail in the state of Texas.

Class of 2020 right-handed pitcher Gage Boehm has committed to the Longhorns, the Hutto, Texas native announced on his Twitter on Monday.

Boehm is ranked as the No. 131 ranked right-handed pitcher in the class of 2020. He is the No. 11 ranked right-handed pitcher in Texas and the No. 48 overall player in the Lone Star state.

The 15-year old has tremendous size, standing at 6'3 and weighing 235 pounds. In addition to pitching, Boehm also plays first and third base.

Boehm's top fastball velocity at the 2017 Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Rookie Tournament in January was 82 miles per hour, according to Baseball Factory. That radar reading was taken during a live game.

At Hutto High School in 2017, Boehm threw for a 0.83 ERA on the varsity team in 15.2 innings and three appearances. Boehm struck out 14 batters during the season.

Boehm is just the latest addition to a 2020 Texas class that already has some star power. The 'Horns currently have the pledges of top ranked short stop Aaron Nixon and lefty pitcher Dalton Porter.