Trey Ball commits to Texas
Trey Ball verbally commits to Texas to play baseball.
Junior Trey Ball has played baseball all over the map the last two off-seasons so he didn't mind making a commitment far from home to play at the next level. "My top three schools included North Carolina, Kentucky and Texas but when it came down to making a decision, my heart led me to Texas," Trey said. "Since I was a little kid I dreamed about being a Longhorn." The Texas coaching staff has told Trey he has the opportunity to pitch, hit and play outfield for them. That leaves the options wide open for him to prove himself at the next level.
Coach Brad King was thrilled for Trey and noted that Trey's signing is "great exposure for the entire New Castle baseball program.' Coach King went on to say that "Trey might be one of the best baseball players ever to play at New Castle." There is no doubt that Trey can be a two-way player at the next level." King went on to say that "making the decision early allows Trey to focus on details that will make him even a better player."
Trey is a two-time All-North Central Conference player. He has a 1.33 career era. His pitching stats also include 89 strike outs in 68 innings during his freshmen and sophomore seasons. At the plate he is a .361 hitter.