Mesa takes Clay Miller off the table

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Mesa takes Clay Miller off the table

Wolverines’ lefty an early signee at the D-II powerhouse
After dominating high school hitters the last two seasons as a sophomore and junior at Bayfield High School, Clay Miller will stare down collegiate hitters atop a Division II mound for Colorado Mesa University after his senior season this spring. “Mesa was smart, they got on him early,” BHS baseball coach Tom Horton said.
“His arm works free and easy. And he’s got arm strength and velocity, which you can’t coach,” Colorado Mesa head coach Chris Hanks said of his new recruit, Bayfield High School left-hander Clay Miller.
After signing his letter of intent to play baseball at Colorad Mesa University, Bayfield’s Clay Miller shared a laugh with his Bayfield High School baseball coach Tom Horton, his dad Robert, his sister Jamie and his mom Mitzi.

Mesa takes Clay Miller off the table

After dominating high school hitters the last two seasons as a sophomore and junior at Bayfield High School, Clay Miller will stare down collegiate hitters atop a Division II mound for Colorado Mesa University after his senior season this spring. “Mesa was smart, they got on him early,” BHS baseball coach Tom Horton said.
“His arm works free and easy. And he’s got arm strength and velocity, which you can’t coach,” Colorado Mesa head coach Chris Hanks said of his new recruit, Bayfield High School left-hander Clay Miller.
After signing his letter of intent to play baseball at Colorad Mesa University, Bayfield’s Clay Miller shared a laugh with his Bayfield High School baseball coach Tom Horton, his dad Robert, his sister Jamie and his mom Mitzi.
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