2014-15 Forester Recruits 

   
TARRIN BEACHY
Westview High School, Class of 2014
Position: Pitcher

Coach Frame's Comments: Tarrin has so much upside as a player. We will look at him primarily on the mound. He is long, has good arm action and pretty solid mechanically. He is a three sport athlete that will see a lot of growth as a player his first year as he concentrates on just one sport. He comes from a very strong supportive family and is as solid off the field as he is on the field. His high school program (let by former Forester Jason Rahn) has enjoyed a tradition of success over a long period of time. He also plays for one of the better summer programs in the Midwest, the Eastlake Chargers, so he is used to doing the things the right way. We could not be happier that Tarrin will be a Forester in the fall.
 baseball Beachy
   
   
CHASE MILLER
Lakewood High School, Class of 2014
Position: Shortstop

Coach Frame's Comments: Chase’s commitment is another great addition to our program. We felt like he was one of the best shortstops we saw last summer so we are very excited he is joining us. He is a very good athlete that we believe has a chance to be a very solid middle infielder. We will primarily look at him at shortstop, but because of his plus arm, we will also look at him on the mound in the fall. His best days are ahead of him especially as he gets stronger. He has played baseball year round for several years and his travel teams have played at a very high level. He understands the commitment that is necessary to be an elite college athlete. His family is tremendously supportive of Chase and his baseball career. He will make a big impact at Huntington University and our Forester Baseball Program.
 Baseball CMiller
   
   
KYLE SELVEY
Jay County High School, Class of 2014

Coach Frame's Comments: We are very excited to get Kyle’s commitment for next fall. He is a very good athlete that we believe will develop into a very solid player at the college level. He has a lot of flexibility into terms of what position he can play. Like most high school kids he needs to get stronger, but he has so much up-side as a player. Some of the decision concerning where he will play will be determined by how much stronger he gets in the weight room. I think he can be best described as a baseball player, meaning he looks like a baseball player and handles himself like a baseball player should. His baseball “IQ” is very high. You can certainly tell that he comes from a baseball family. His father is the long time baseball coach at Jay County High School, his brother is an assistant coach and his grandfather was active in the program for many years. He comes from a close, supportive family that will have the chance to watch him play in college. We are very happy that he is going to be a Forester.
 Baseball Selvey
   
   
JAMAR WEAVER
Westview High School, Class of 2014
Position: Shortstop

Coach Frame's Comments: We are very excited that Jamar has committed to Huntington University. He is such an outstanding young man that will impact our program both on and off the field. His high school coach at Westview, Jason Rahn, is a 2007 HU graduate and a four year letterman in our program so he shares our excitement that Jamar will be a Forester. We will look at Jamar at all infield spots and some of where he ends up will depend on his role on the mound. He is athletic and very competitive so he will make an impact for us right away. In addition to him playing for an outstanding high school program, he has also been involved in one of the best summer programs in the Midwest, the Eastlake Chargers. Jamar has been a three sport athlete at Westview so he will develop quickly at the next level as he concentrates on one sport. 
Baseball Miller