College of the Ozarks Baseball is excited to announce the signings of two Marionville High School Comets for the 2021-2022 season.
Jordan Williams, a 6-2 pitcher for Marionville ended his sophomore year with a 2.56 ERA in 27 innings pitched and a 3-1 record as a starter. Jordan was also a solid defender for the Comets and garnered both all-conference and all-district honors as an infielder. With his junior season cancelled due to Covid, Jordan focused on improving his game playing in the summer and continuing skill development workouts. Jordan says, “I have dreamed of playing baseball at the next level and I am blessed to have this opportunity. I am ready to be a Bobcat.”
Kyle Brattin is a 5’-11” outfielder. Kyle ended this summer hitting .315 with three home runs. Looking to build on his previous numbers, Kyle is excited to start his last season as a Comet before making the jump to the college level. Kyle is excited to become a Bobcat and values what the College of the Ozarks stands for. He hopes to become a better person and baseball player before and after he arrives on campus and be a positive contributor on and off the field at C of O. About becoming a part of Bobcat Nation, Kyle states, “I have always wanted to become a college athlete. Once the opportunity arose at C of O, I knew I wanted to join this program. I am blessed to have this opportunity and can’t wait to be a Bobcat.”
Welcome to Bobcat Nation Jordan and Kyle!