Jake Fromm, a junior quarterback committed to UGA, finished his high school baseball career in style on Tuesday.
The junior from Houston County belted a home run in the 12-0 win over Loganville on Tuesday in the third game of a best-of-three series to decide the Georgia Class AAAAA state championship, as reported by Macon.com’s Ryan Jordan.
Fromm won’t play for Houston County’s baseball team next year, as he will enroll at UGA after his senior season, starting classes in January 2017.
Earlier this spring, Fromm flipped his commitment from Alabama to UGA in a significant recruiting victory for new Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart over his mentor, Nick Saban.
Back to Fromm: At UGA, he will join another quarterback who had a memorable finish to his high school career: Jacob Eason, who blasted a home run in his final at-bat during his junior year at Washington’s Lake Stevens High School.
— Ryan Jordan (@rjordan478) May 25, 2016