Dolphins Add Three to Early Signing Class
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville University baseball team has added three to its 2014 Early Signing Class.

Evan Fernandez, a 6’1” right-handed hitting infielder from Jacksonville, Florida will join the Dolphins program from Trinity Christian Academy where he currently plays for Coach Gil Morales. The son of Scott and Debbie Fernandez, he possesses a strong skill set across the board right now. Fernandez is an above average defender at three positions in the infield with good hands and at the plate he is an advanced hitter with a knack for hitting the ball hard. He plays the game hard and has great instincts on the field. An outstanding scholar he is currently on pace to be a valedictorian. In the summer Fernandez competes with the Jacksonville Warriors.

Also joining Fernandez will be Greg Shannahan (RHP) from Episcopal High School in Jacksonville where he plays for Mike Jones and Ryan Horseman (C) from Harford Technical High School out Bel Air, Maryland where he plays for Paul Daniel.

“We are very excited about adding these three young men to our recruiting class.,” Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Chuck Jeroloman said. “Any time you can bring in quality student athletes it is a win, win situation for everyone involved.”