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College Football: Texas State lands two more recruits for 2017 class, elects to blue shirt four others

Sports Editor
Texas State may not win many games in 2016, but days like Wednesday and Thursday are evidence that players are buying into what Everett Withers and his staff are selling.
The hashtag #PartyInTheEndZone, Withers’ very own creation, was trending on Twitter at one point on Wednesday night.
And rightfully so.
The Bobcats landed four commitments in the span of 12 hours.

College Baseball: Texas State's Jonathan Hennigan elects to forgo senior season, signs with Philadelphia Phillies

Sports Editor 
Jonathan Hennigan is turning pro.
Hennigan told the Daily Record on Thursday afternoon that he has agreed to terms with the Philadelphia Phillies. Much like outfielder Granger Studdard, Hennigan, a junior left hander, will forgo his senior campaign at Texas State. He will report to the Phillies' short season Single A club later this week in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

UPDATE: Texas State adds four more verbal commitments during busy June

Sports Editor
June has been a great month for Texas State on the recruiting trail.
The Bobcats’ hot streak continued on Wednesday when Cuero defensive end/ tight end Caeveon Patton, Seguin-Arlington offensive tackle Brian Parish, Arlington High School tight end Nic Foster and Duncanville athlete Jaylin Nelson all verbally committed to the program. 

High School Baseball: UT signee David Hamilton, SMHS ace Tyler Moreno tabbed to all-state teams

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One player was a bit of a mystery and one was anything but.
San Marcos had two players named to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association all-state team on Monday. Junior pitcher Tyler Moreno landed on the all-state second team and shortstop David Hamilton, who graduated in June, was selected to the all state all-star team.



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