College Crosscheck: West Coast Notes
October 17, 2018
RENO, NV- On Friday evening at Peccole Park on the campus of the University of Nevada, the Wolfpack assumed their positions for what appeared just another fall ball scrimmage. However, Nevada coach, TJ Bruce must have placed some undisclosed incentive on the contest for the opposing sides were extremely enthusiastic and competitive with each other. The contest was missing a few players that have drawn attention with successful spring seasons last year as well as jumps they made over the summer, namely LHP Ryan Anderson and RHP Jake Jackson. Both have resumed their throwing programs and will likely throw before the end of the fall. However, Josh Zamora, a sophomore, was present and ready to be accounted for. Zamora received freshman All-American honors by our partners at D1 Baseball as well as being an all-West Region honoree last spring. He was playing second base on this evening and likely profiles at the position better than at 3B. Red-shirt senior LHP Cooper Powell was also impressive on the mound. In addition, newcomer Nick Seamons, a freshman centerfielder, showed well.
Josh Zamora, SO, 2B, Nevada
Compact, 5-foot-11, 170, Zamora has a durable build with present strength. His overall body composition has taken on different look from last season with a slimmed waist line, streamlined core and overall...