Beery Looks Forward To Finding The Right College Fit

Bruce Hefflinger
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Beery Looks Forward To Finding The Right College Fit

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Adam Beery OF / LHP / Rootstown, OH / 2021

RAVENNA - At this point in the recruiting process, Adam Beery is not in a rush to make a college decision.

“I was talking before the virus with a couple of D-I, D-II and D-III schools, even some JUCOs,” the Rootstown incoming senior related. “I wanted to keep my options open.

“They said they wanted to come out and see me play, but once Corona hit, and with the NCAA rules that colleges can’t watch, recruitment took a big hit. My coach is doing his best to film every at-bat and every time I pitch to get it to coaches.”

Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Ohio University, Youngstown State and High Point are schools that have been in communication most with the two-way prospect. Division II Charlotte and junior colleges Missouri-St. Louis as well as Bryant & Stratton are others with interest.

“I want to find the best fit for me academically,” explained Beery, who carries a 3.8 GPA and scored 23 in his first try at the ACT. “Education is the most important thing. It doesn’t matter if it’s Division I or II, getting a good education is huge. But I also want to go to a place with the best player development. I want a place I fit in with the coaches and the players. I like when it doesn’t feel like a job, when you have fun.”

The sixth-ranked uncommitted 2021 outfielder in Ohio believes there is an abundance he can provide a program.

“I can help wherever the coaches need me,” Beery pointed out. “I have a great work ethic with self motivation. I can get better on my own.

“I’ve got a very positive attitude and pick up other players. I’m never down on myself, I’m always being positive. Once you’re in the negative, it definitely hurts your game.”

The left-handed hitting southpaw might also be a player that can provide more to a team than just in the outfield.

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