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Kendall Rogers with D1 Baseball has reported that LSU assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Nolan Cain is joining Texas A&M's staff under new head coach Jim Schlossnagle.


Cain is the second LSU assistant coach to leave Baton Rouge this offseason as hitting coach Eddie Smith took the head position at Utah Valley.

Cain pitched at LSU from 2006-2009 and was named assistant coach/recruiting coordinator in November of 2016. Per The Advocate:

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Under Cain's watch, three of LSU's past four recruiting classes received top-five national rankings. Its 2018 class was ranked No. 1 nationally by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, bringing players like junior pitchers Landon Marceaux and Jaden Hill to campus.

LSU's latest group, which included freshman All-Americans Dylan Crews and Tre' Morgan, was the first class Cain completely oversaw from start to finish. It finished No. 2 nationally, according to Baseball America.
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Cain did get a lot better as time went on. When he first got here he was trash but his recruiting has improved as well as his 3B coaching. Now as for player development he still has a long way to go
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What was he like in y’alls practices?
1 month
He would practice his 3rd base coaching signs, waving runners in & putting up stop signs...
1 month
Why do all these bastards have to stay in the SEC
Reply1 month
Thx for being a Tiger! Now that you're an Aggot, FU!
Reply1 month
This is the best baseball news of the year.
Reply1 month
No hard feelings. He knows a new coach is bringing in his own staff! He simply s to move on. Good luck to him.
Reply1 month
But why there, pretty long step down
1 month
Well, bye
Reply1 month
TWT
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He was a liability at 3rd base. He deserves to be an Aggie.
Reply1 month
Bitch bye
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