8/01/22 Cape Cod: A freshman All-American two years ago thanks to his power bat, Grice is a legitimate two-way talent but has logged just 16 innings in his first two seasons at Clemson. He made four mound appearances this summer, posting a 0.00 ERA in 10.2 innings, with 13 strikeouts against five walks. He breezed through four scoreless frame in our look, and though he did not show the low-90s velocity we’ve seen from him in the past, he showed pitchability at 85-88 with very good sink down in the zone. That sinker is Grice’s best pitch, and he leaned upon it heavily, but he mixed in a well below-average curveball at 74-77 with very low spin in the 1900s, along with a below-average changeup at 80-82 with sink that is the more promising offspeed pitch. In all likelihood, Grice’s pro future is as a power hitter, but he should get a chance to compete for innings under new coach Erik Bakich as a junior at Clemson next spring.