Nathan Chrismon, a rising senior at South Rowan, declared a responsibility on Wednesday to East Carolina’s baseball program.
There’s a new point of reference for progress. Eric Tyler, a fine player at South Rowan, turned in a heavenly vocation for the ECU Pirates prior to graduating in 2017.
Chrismon, South’s shortstop, doesn’t have the size of a prototypical Division I submit at 5-foot-9, 165 pounds, however he’s astoundingly quick on the bases (6.57 seconds in the 60), has a solid arm and is very much educated in baseball essentials.
His dad, Thad Chrismon, is South’s head baseball trainer, while his mom, Angie Deal Chrismon, is South’s AD. Chrismon is a grandson of the late Larry Deal, long-lasting head football trainer and AD at South.
Chrismon is a three-sport competitor who likewise contends in football and ball. He’s been a lasting individual from the All-Rowan County football crew and got a great deal of things going for South as a scrambling quarterback as a lesser. He additionally has played running back, collector and cautious back.
Chrismon was one of the hostile and cautious impetuses for South Rowan’s 14-4 baseball season that incorporated the Central Carolina Conference Tournament titles and two 2A season finisher wins.
He was All-Rowan County, batting .340 and with enough strolls and HBPs to post a .529 on-base rate. He scored 24 runs in the abbreviated season and took 12 bases.
Alongside South partners Kane Kepley and Ty Hubbard, Chrismon played in the gold decoration winning group at this current summer’s State Games.
Chrismon plays grandstand baseball for the South Charlotte Panthers.