MARIANNA, Fla. - Monday afternoon, Marianna's Cameron Gray signed a baseball scholarship with the University of South Florida.
He's been absolutely incredible from the mound the last two seasons as a sophomore and junior. According to Maxpreps, he’s gone 18-3 with a 1.12 ERA, 200 Ks, and a 4 to 1 strikeout to walk ratio.
In the batters box last season he hit .409 with 26 runs batted in and three home runs.
These efforts helped lead the Bulldogs to last year's Regional Finals.
His goal for his senior year is to win a state title.
Gray explains what made him want to play his college ball in Tampa.
"I picked USF because they made me feel like family, for one, and I felt comfortable with the recruiter,” Gray explains, “He recruited me at Jacksonville University, we made that bond, and I just like him. When I went on my official visit and my other visits I just felt at home. The players welcomed me. I just like the campus, the students, and it's just a wonderful place to be."
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