Series: CV's Athletic Recruits and Commits

Series: CV Athletic Recruits and Commits
Posted on 09/24/2021
Series: CV Athletic Recruits and Commits




Top Recruits In CV
Isaac Sines and Paddy Hernjak
Staff Writer
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Name: Logan Sauve
Grade: 12
Sport: Baseball (catcher)
College: Committed to West Virginia University

What was it like committing so early in your baseball career?

Sauve said, “I am very fortunate and humbled that I was given an opportunity to make my decision at that age. I got to experience things that with the new rules you cannot experience until your senior year. Speaking about the process though I would say that it is the same for any age and you aren’t treated any different. You have to get on their radars so that they continue to follow you and then just perform at your highest level the best you can. It was a little overwhelming at that age. I was definitely nervous, but after that first call I was more relaxed and calm.

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Name: KK Sauve
Grade: 12
Sport: Field Hockey (Forward)
College: Committed to The University Of Vermont

What was the thought process on picking your college for the next 4 years?

Sauve said, “For me, academics were the first priority in picking a school. Fortunately, I’m interested in a major that’s offered at most schools. I also wanted a school where I could play field hockey, too. I wanted a good fit with the coaches, and the team. I am able to get all this at the University of Vermont!

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Name: Jill Jekot
Grade: 10
Sport: Girls Basketball (Guard)
College: offered by Penn State, Pitt, LaSalle, St.Joe’s, Richmond, Dayton, DePaul, Manhattan and is getting interest from some schools in the SEC and ACC

How has the recruiting process been for you so far and especially you being younger, does that affect you at all?

Jekot said, “I have personally loved the recruitment process so far. Basketball has already opened up a lot of new opportunities for me. As a younger player, I still have a lot of time to make a final decision, and I am very lucky to have an experienced family behind me. Taking in all the experiences from this process is an important goal for me as well.”

Nate
Name: Nate Miller
Grade: 12
Sport: Baseball (Pitcher)
College: Committed to Goldey Beacom College

What was the thought process on picking your college for the next 4 years?

Miller said, ”The cost was there not only for me but for my family as well. The coaches for the school were super nice and they have plenty of experience with the game which could help me possibly get to the next level. The area of the school is close enough that I can come home for the weekend, but is far enough that I can feel independent.”

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