St. Augustine’s Bryce Robinson commits to Tulane baseball

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One of the bright young players in the metro area will apparently remain in the metro area when his high school days are done.

St. Augustine’s budding baseball star Bryce Robinson has verbally committed to Tulane.

Robinson (6-1, 150) is coming off an impressive freshman season with the Purple Knights and is a two-way star as a fine outfielder who can also play the infield and as a promising pitcher who is already at 84-85 miles per hour with his fastball.

St. Augustine coach Barret Rey is ecstatic with the decision.

“Bryce is a really hard worker,” Rey said. “He is a cage-rat. He wants to do something baseball-related every day. He is a very cerebral young man. With he committing to Tulane, it was a no-brainer. He wants to go into the medical field. He is an excellent student and young man. It is great for Bryce and for our program.”

Where does Robinson project at the next level?

“He has a chance to be a two-way player, either as an outfielder or an infielder and he can really pitch,” Rey said. “I think it’s too early to say if he will be one or the other. The sky is the limit for Bryce.”

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