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Abbott will stay a Dog; headed to The Citadel
CHS SENIOR WILL ABBOTT signed his National Letter of Intent with The Citadel. Joining the Bulldog pitcher are, from left, his grandmother, Sandra Lee, his parents, Rich and Mary Abbott, and his sister, Ellie. Looking on from behind are, CHS principal Dan Matthews, Abbott's younger brother, Tate, CHS assistant baseball coach Brian Kersey, CHS athletics director Jimmy Neal, CHS head baseball coach Denny Beckley, CHS assistant baseball coach Casey Faulkenberry, CHS assistant baseball coach Jay Gates and CHS assistant baseball coach Joe Bowers.
Standing 6-foot-4, tipping the scales at better than 200 pounds and possessing a fastball which has been clocked in the low 90s, Will Abbott is a valued commodity by plenty of people. Last Wednesday, after having been verbally committed to play baseball at The Citadel for more than a year, Abbott signed with the Bulldog program on fall’s National Signing Day. The Camden High School senior right-hander may well have another decision to make, as it pertains to his baseball career, come June.