Palm Beach Gardens, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2011
Time to Sign Sports (http://timetosignsports.com) continued its streak of unprecedented successes with the commitments recently made from some of their guys to play college baseball.
A New Jersey native, Brian Mayer brings to The University of Delaware a first rate catcher that can control the game from behind the plate. According to Gary Cohn, one of the company's founders and coaches, "Brian's drive, quickness, and overall game will be an immediate influence on the Blue Hens."
Corey Lerche, from New York, brings to Maine a strong bat in the middle of the lineup and a dominant force on the mound. The Power-showcase All American's positive approach and hard working attitude attracted the coaching staff to him. Berg Ohanian, Time to Sign Sports' other founder says, "if you had a team of Corey Lerche's, you had a contender in Omaha."
The Manhattan Jaspers really bolstered their pitching staff when they added New Jersey's Chris Liquori. Liquori possesses a fluid delivery in the upper 80's and can spot his pitches. "He is not afraid of anyone. He will challenge even the most feared hitters to own the inner half of the plate" says Cohn.
Byron Ferguson, from Boynton Beach, Florida, by way of The Bahamas, offers the Wildcats a legitimate two-way player. As Ohanian notes, "Byron's stick and 6.8 speed make him a threat at the plate and his easy 90 mph delivery on the mound make him a big time guy on the bump."
Time to Sign Sports (http://www.timetosignsports.com) believes that every high school baseball player that has a dream to play in college ought to have the opportunity to fulfill that wish. Time to Sign Sports helps navigate through the college recruiting process. (http://www.timetosignsports.com/why-us)