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Jarrett Commits To 49ers PDF Print
Written by Ryan Rose   
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:45

The Charlotte 49ers baseball staff has added eight players in the early commitment period to join the team for the 2014 season, when the program

returns to Conference USA play.  Pitchers Brett Bond, Matt Davis and Eric Eason, infielders Zach Jarrett and T.J. Nichting, and two-way players Jeremy Schellhorn, Logan Sherer and Brandon Vogler have all committed to Charlotte to wear Niner Green in 2014.
“We had a solid early signing period and were able to sign players who have a chance to develop in our system,” said Loren Hibbs, who enters 2013 at 21 seasons in charge of the program. “This class is more physical than some of our recent recruiting classes and has a chance to make our program better as we transition to Conference USA in 2014. We look forward to their continued development over the spring and summer.”
Jarrett played third base for the Hickory High Red Tornadoes for coach David Craft, and was a prep teammate of current 49er Tyler Barnette. He also was a participant in the State Games after an All-Northwestern Conference season and a second-round appearance in the state playoffs. He posted 15 RBI in 62 plate appearances with a .355 batting average. He was also rated as a national “high follow” by Perfect Game Crosschecker.  A two-sport star at Hickory, Jarrett was a member of the varsity basketball team which finished as the state runners-up in the 3A classification.
The 49ers begin the 2013 campaign on February 15, when they host Delaware State for a four-game weekend series.

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