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Arizona Second-Team All-American Jacob Berry entered the NCAA Transfer portal this week and could end up following Jay Johnson to LSU, according to Kendall Rodgers with D1 Baseball.


Berry, a freshman from Queen Creek, Ariz. hit .352 with a team-high 17 home runs and 70 RBI this past season.

The third baseman/designated hitter started in 62 games and hit 19 doubles, five triples, 87 hits, and had 33 walks.



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I'm sure he can fit in somewhere. Kids that can hit will play, end of story...
Reply4 months
This is beginning to shape up nicely
Reply4 months
Come get some crawfish baw!
Reply4 months
I support this speculation!
Reply4 months
While LSU would be the beneficiary, the transfer portal is terrible for college sports.
Reply4 months
Yeah, you think that until you’re the kid or parent that the recruiter wasn’t honest with or the coach you were recruited by decides he wants to go elsewhere because he can The transfer portal is a solid mechanism.
4 months
I disagree. If the coach can leave, why can’t the player? That’s not fair to the kid either. What if he really liked the coach then leaves? New coach comes in and sucks/you don’t get along and your next 3 years suck. In my opinion, coach leaves, the kids should be able to leave.
4 months
So basically this is the foreshadowing of his upcoming announcement on transferring to LSU. The real question is how many of the other 11 in the portal join him.
Reply4 months
Accepted...."Geaux Tigers"!
Reply4 months
Huge
Reply4 months
Most of the team entered the draft portal because they don't know who their coach will be and there is a deadline to enter. Let's pump the brakes a little
Reply4 months
Would he be the second to transfer to LSU from Arizona? I swear I thought I read about another kid transferring.
Reply4 months
I think the first one was a SS commitment flip.
4 months
Mikey Romero for Class of 2022
4 months
Need a 2nd baseman
Reply4 months
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