CLARKSVILLE – Austin Peay State University’s baseball team will wrap up its 11-man early signing class with the addition of Jordan Harmon, of St. Louis, Mo., who has signed a National Letter of Intent.
Harmon, a 6-2, 205-pound right-handed pitcher, posted a 5-3 record and 3.04 ERA last season at Lindbergh High School. He struck out 42 batters over 48.3 innings pitched. Harmon also proved a capable hitter, batting .329 with 21 RBI.
“We believe that Jordan’s brightest days are ahead of him as he continues to mature and get stronger,” said Governors head coach Gary McClure. “His feel for pitching is already that of a college-level pitcher and we know that he will continue to develop. Jordan is a bulldog on the mound he’s the type guy you want to have the ball when the game is on the line.”
An all-conference pick as a junior, Harmon was ranked the No. 40 prospect in Missouri by Perfectgame.org. He played summer baseball with the St. Louis Pirates organization managed by former Governor Rick Strickland.
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