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Beckley follows through on his Citadel commitment
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CAMDENS DEVIN BECKLEY SIGNED his National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball-playing pursuits at The Citadel while flanked by his parents, Stephanie and Denny Beckley, who were also joined by their children, Davis (far left) and Delaney (far right.) Looking on from behind, from left, are Camden High head football coach and athletics director Jimmy Neal, CHS assistant football coach and The Citadel graduate Daniel Sisk and CHS assistant baseball coach Brian Kersey. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
(Camden, S.C.) sports editor When you take a look at Devin Beckley’s football statistics from this past season, you have to wonder why some college did not try to sway the Camden High School senior from his decision to play baseball at The Citadel. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound right-hander’s heart, though, has always been on the baseball field and he was not about to let a possible last-minute sales job from a college football coach take away his diamond dreams. After having given a verbal pledge to The Citadel last spring, Beckley made good on his commitment by signing with Fred Jordan’s Bulldogs during the November signing period.