Are the lockers that he is standing in front of the new lockers in the new lockeroom inside the new baseball facility?
Yep, looking good. Can’t wait until they finally open that facility as its going to be great for the program.
“There were some schools that wanted me as a two-way player,” Tormos said. “I personally wanted to be an infielder and a hitter.”
For more than a year Tormos knew where he wanted to be and he made it official when he signed his letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Houston.
He chose the Cougars over his other Division I offers from Wichita State and Tulane.
“I only went on one visit. When I went on my visit there, toured the campus and met the coaches I knew that it was the perfect fit for me,” Tormos said. “It felt like home. The plan is to go in there and play freshman year. I’ll work hard and see what happens.”
I live in Plano, Van Alystyne is really close. We had a DT in football back in the late 70s from Van Alystyne as well.