Future Has Changed For Lakeland's Ball

Bruce Hefflinger
PBR Michigan Senior Writer

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The state of Michigan is filled with high-level baseball prospects throughout each corner of the state. The 2018 class has commitments all across the United States, from Vanderbilt to Miami to Kentucky to Missouri to Nebraska and many more colleges across the U.S. When looking at the 2018 rankings, you will see plenty of Michigan colleges littered throughout all of the commitments as well.

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Uncommitted Spotlight: Future Has Changed For Lakeland's Ball

Aaron Ball RHP / Lakeland, MI / 2018

WHITE LAKE - Nine months ago, Aaron Ball was resigned to the fact college baseball was not going to be part of his future.

Times have changed … more than once.

“I had thought about college baseball until I was 13, but the idea kind of fell off,” said the Lakeland senior. “Playing baseball was not a dream of mine nine months ago, it was just something I liked to do. But then everything fell into place and I fell in love with it again. I grew six inches and it became my passion again.”

A right-handed hurler, Ball was throwing 81-82 in early fall and drew interest from Northwood.

“In late September I took a visit there and liked it,” explained the 6-2 200-pounder. “It was the best option at the time.”

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