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Baseball Signee Profile: Adam Griffin
Adam Griffin flew onto the baseball scene as a sophomore, lighting up scouts radar guns at the Impact Pitcher and Catcher Showcase in 2009 by...

Baseball Commitment Profile: George Carter
George Carter was one of the first players to verbally commit to UNC’s 2011 recruiting class, making his decision as a sophomore while already standing...

Stetson Allie signs with Pirates
Allie's pedigree is much the same as Taillon's. Also a right-handed power pitcher, the 19-year-old gave up a scholarship to attend the University of North...

Sean Coyle signs with Red Sox
Another Red Sox draftee has agreed to terms, this time it’s the team’s third round pick Sean Coyle coming to terms. Coyle will earn 1.3...

Sean Coyle: Sign with Red Sox or head to Chapel Hill?
Chapel Hill, on the other hand, is where Coyle has always wanted to go and is also the school-year home of his older brother, Tom,...

Pressure rises as MLB signing deadline looms
North Carolina has a trio of draftees to watch: Stetson Allie, Sean Coyle and Ty Linton. Allie was a second-round selection of the Pirates and...

Connor Narron signs with Orioles
A shortstop at Aycock High in Pikeville, N.C., Narron is a switch-hitter who's solid from both sides of the plate and has intriguing power potential...

Ty Linton learned to play with enormous expectations
Even if Ty Linton didn’t warrant the kind of attention that made him one of the state’s most sought-after recruits and currently has the Arizona...

Sean Coyle likely to sign with Red Sox
Sean Coyle originally was set to join his brother this fall at the University of North Carolina, but he’ll likely sign with the Boston Red...

Matt Orth prepares for future with UNC baseball
It really should come as no surprise that Matt Orth delivered a verbal commitment to a college baseball coach three years before the end of...

UNC baseball commitment Dillon Maples makes Team USA
USA Baseball announced Saturday night that Dillon Maples has been selected to be a member of the 18 and under national team that will compete...

Catching up with baseball signee Jordan Tabakman
"I have been down here (in North Carolina) taking summer sessions," said Tabakman who will be a member of the Tar Heels baseball team. Tabakman...

Stetson Allie named MaxPreps National Baseball Player of the Year
It would only be appropriate that the MaxPreps National Player of the Year brought to you by the U.S. Air Force would have a name...

Interview with UNC baseball commitment Matt Roberts
The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Graham Red Devils Catcher Matt Roberts in the 38th Round of the 2010 MLB Draft. Roberts, named the North Carolina Gatorade...

Sean Coyle to sign with Red Sox after being drafted in third round
Sean Coyle got some of the greatest news of his young life Tuesday. He was going to celebrate it Tuesday night the way any 18-year-old...

Catcher Matt Roberts heads for Tar Heels despite draft status
Matt Roberts said waiting through baseball's amateur draft wasn't troublesome. Despite a final-day selection by the Arizona Diamondbacks, Roberts said he can't wait to fulfill...

Heralded area signees drafted in second round
Two North Carolina baseball programs will have to play the waiting game. Stetson Allie, a North Carolina signee and a right-handed pitcher out of Ohio...

Baseball Signee Profile: Jordan Tabakman
Today the spotlight is on Jordan Tabakman, a pitcher from from Pompton Plains (N.J.) Pequannock Township High School. Bio: The 6-4, 215-pound right handed pitcher...

Lifelong best friends set to leave for rival schools
Smithfield Selma standout baseball players Dylan Brown and Tate Parrish have played on the diamond together for 13 years. Always linked together on the field,...

Signee Profile: Connor Narron
Perfect Game ranks Connor Narron No. 51 nationally and No. 1 in the state. Impact Baseball has him ranked No. 2 in the state ...

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