Baseball Recruiting Class Recognized by Baseball America

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Santa Clara baseball was recognized on Wednesday morning by Baseball America as having one of the best under-the-radar recruiting classes in the country heading into the 2017 season.

Teddy Cahill, a national writer for Baseball America, named the Broncos as one of 16 universities with "under-the-radar" recruiting classes. In this case, Cahill mentions, "schools that brought in strong classes relative to a normal recruiting class at their school or in their conference."

"This recruiting class has a solid amount of depth and athleticism from top to bottom," assistant coach Keith Beauregard said. "Overall, there is a good combination of power, speed and finesse. We think there are many projectable players with opportunity for growth." 

The Broncos welcome an 18-member class to the roster this fall, highlighted by Grant Nechak, Andre Nnebe, Jake MacNichols, Bryson Spagnuolo, Jason DiCochea and Zach Walsh.

Fall practice has begun for the team and they are getting after it. Follow the team on Twitter and Instagram to get a more in-depth look at the squad.

Another day to get better! #StampedeTogether #BroncoBaseball

A photo posted by Santa Clara Baseball (@broncobaseball) on Oct 18, 2016 at 3:06pm PDT

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