Daily Journal Staff Report

As students and schools alike prepare for the upcoming school year amidst the coronavirus pandemic, 12 former Kankakee Community College baseball players have solidified their standing as four-year college baseball players after making their decisions on life after KCC.

The following Cavaliers will continue their baseball careers at four-year institutions: Nick Anderson, Highland High School (Ind.), C, University of Arkansas Fort Smith; Aaron Ball, Lakeland High School (Mich.), RHP, Tulane University (La.); Owen Behrens, Prophetstown High School, RHP, Quincy University; Jacob Duffy, Pontiac Township High School, RHP, Illinois Wesylan University; Tyler Jasmin, Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, RHP, Eastern Illinois University; Jaret Humphrey, Lewis Cass High School (Ind.), 3B, Kentucky Wesylan University; Nate James, Castle High School (Ind), 2B, Indiana University-Kokomo; Nick Laxner, Huntley High School, RHP, Eastern Illinois University; Nolan Lebamoff, Nequa Valley High School, RHP, Valparaiso University (Ind.); Mike Machnic, John Glenn High School (Ind.), 1B, Webber International University (Fla.); Koltan Moore, Bluffton High School (Ind.), OF, Ball State University (Ind.) and Nate Vargo, Penn High School (Ind.), OF, Cameron University (Okla.)

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