Ohio Insider: Noble Given Shot To Be Two-Way Player

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Ohio Insider: Noble Given Shot To Be Two-Way Player

Gavin Noble SS / RHP / Highland, OH / 2018

MEDINA - Pitcher or shortstop? What position will Gavin Noble play in college?

As it turns out there is no decision to make right now. The Highland senior will get the opportunity to do both after committing to Ashland.

“I definitely want to be a dual-position player,” Noble admitted. “I wanted to go where I would be given a chance to do both and Ashland said they will give me that the first two years.”

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