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Baseball Bows sign 10 recruits for 2015 class

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

University of Hawai'i head baseball coach Mike Trapasso announced the signing of 10 players to national letters of intent for the 2015 season. The class is made up of five pitchers and five position players.
"We are very excited about this class," said head coach Mike Trapasso who is in his 13thseason at Hawai'i. "The overall talent level is as good as we've signed. We were able to fill all of our potential needs, especially experienced pitching, and look forward to having these young men in our program. I especially want to credit assistant coaches Carl Fraticelli and Rusty McNamara for the excellent job they did in recruiting this class."
2015 UH Signees With Trapasso Quotes
Tyler Brashears – RHP, Lake Forrest, Calif. (Saddleback CC)
6-2, 175 lbs.
2013 stats: 8-3, 2.28 ERA, 71 strikeouts in 86 innings, .189 opponent batting average
"Tyler is a high velocity, athletic pitcher and capable of being at the top of a Division I staff. He is a definite weekend rotation pitcher."
Jodd Carter – OF, Hilo, Hawai'i (Hilo HS)
5-9, 175 lbs.
2013 stats/notes: Led Hilo to the 2013 Big Island title and state semifinal. He batted 5-7 in two state tournament games with two doubles, a triple, and four RBI.
"Jodd is an exceptional athlete. He can really run and has the potential to be an exciting, top of the order player."

Eli Davidann – RHP, Kailua, O'ahu (College of Southern Idaho)
6-5, 200 lbs.
2013 stats: 11 appearances, 19.1 innings pitched, 10 strikeouts, .203 opposing batting average
"Eli is a high-ceiling RHP, and at 6-5 he is just beginning to realize his potential. He throws in the high 80's now and could be low 90's in a year."
Luke Eubank – RHP, Oxnard, Calif. (Oxnard CC, Western Nevada JC)
6-1, 190 lbs.
2013 stats (Western Nevada JC): 3-4, 2.89 ERA, 50 strikeouts in 46 innings. Named first team California Collegiate League.
"We're very high on Luke. He throws in the high 80's/low 90's with movement. He is a weekend rotation guy."
Alex Jondal – C, Spokane, Wash. (Ferris HS)
6-4, 220 lbs.
2013 notes: Three-time All-Greater Spoken League and top 7 Washington state prospect (No. 1 catcher)
"Alex is a big, physical catcher with very good defensive skills. He has great size and strength and was a three-sport athlete in high school. His best baseball is ahead of him."
Josh Pigg – RHP/OF, Sacramento, Calif. (Cosumnes River CC)
6-2, 190 lbs.
2013 stats/notes: Selected in the 28th round of the 2011 MLB draft (Cleveland Indians). He went 2-2 with 10 strikeouts at Cosumnes River and batted .267 with five runs and six RBI
"Josh has tremendous physical tools. He throws 90 mph with a late cut, and has a powerful left-handed swing.  He is a possible two-way player."
Eric Ramirez – 1B, Oxnard, Calif. (Rio Mesa HS)
6-0, 210 lbs. 
2013 stats: .359 batting average, nine doubles, 12 runs, 14 RBI 
"Eric is a high-profile, nationally recruited left-handed hitting first baseman that has the ability to hit in the middle of our lineup as a freshman. He played in the prestigious Area Code Games, and will come into our program with high expectations."

Jacob Sheldon-Collins – SS, Boronia, Victoria, Australia (Iowa Western CC) 
5-11, 180 lbs.
2013 stats: .371 batting average, 10 stolen bases
"Jacob is a switch hitting, slick fielding shortstop that we think will be a very exciting player. We will look for him to anchor our middle infield."
Matt Valencia – LHP, Escalon, Calif. (San Joaquin Delta CC)
6-1, 210 lbs.
2013 stats: Went 4-2 with one complete game. He posted a 2.59 ERA with 53 strikeouts.
"Matt is a legitimate three-pitch lefty. He throws high 80's/low 90's with a plus curveball. He's a weekend rotation guy."
Fred Williams – OF, Benicia, Calif. (Benicia HS)
5-11, 185 lbs.
2013 stats: 492 batting average with seven doubles and two triples.
"We're excited about Fred. He's an athletic player with a very potent left-handed swing."

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