Brock Deatherage Withdraws UNC Baseball Commitment
Posted Aug 17, 2013
Rising senior Brock Deatherage, a two-sport standout at Western Alamance, informed the North Carolina baseball staff Friday that he’s pulling back from a verbal commitment that he gave the Tar Heels more than a year ago. Deatherage said he made a premature decision and he wants to assess opportunities in baseball and football. He said other colleges might be better fits for his academic pursuits.
(Burlington Times News)
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