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Wolfpack Signees Eye the MLB Amateur Draft

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Do you think N.C. State baseball coach Elliot Avent is a worried man these days? Not only is star redshirt sophomore pitcher Michael Rogers a potential first-round selection, but three other Wolfpack signees also could be chosen in the early rounds of today's 2004 MLB Amateur Draft. <P> <B> </b><a href="">Rogers, Sterry Await Baseball Draft</a>

Right-handed pitcher's Andrew Brackman and Erik Cordier are receiving heavy interest from pro teams while shortstop/pitcher Ryan Pond has also had some looks. Cincinnati's Brackman is in a unique situation. The 6'10 standout is considered the best high school basketball and baseball player in Ohio, and inked a scholarship to play hoops for the Wolfpack while also pitching for the baseball squad... Recommended Stories