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INF Mitchell Daly commits to Texas


Mitchell Daly
via @Mitchdaly24

Recruiting in the 2020 class continues apace for Texas Longhorns baseball, as head coach David Pierce and his staff landed a Monday commitment from Madison (Ala.) Bob Jones middle infielder Mitchell Daly:

The 6’0, 180-pounder is a right-handed hitter with some pop in his bat — through 50 games as a junior, he’d mashed eight home runs at a .349 clip with 55 RBIs and 15 stolen bases. So Daly is a well-rounded player at the high school level at positions that typically focus on defense, speed, and bat-handling ability.

Here’s the scouting report on Daly:

Mitch Daly is a 5+ tool player who shows big power offensively with quick hands and a fast barrel. Defensively, he has smooth glove and foot work up the middle, showing fast transitions and a strong arm. Predominately a middle infielder, Mitch can also play 3B or corner outfield positions.

Mitch is fundamentally sound in all aspects of the game. He is disciplined, has a strong work ethic, is confident and demands excellence of himself.