Ole Miss baseball adds talented transfer outfielder Ethan Groff from Tulane
OXFORD, Miss. — On Sunday, Ole Miss added a talented transfer outfielder in Ethan Groff from Tulane. He announced his commitment via Twitter.
Next chapter! Let’s get to work @OleMissBSB #GoRebs #HottyToddy pic.twitter.com/cVqQnGx3Ie
— Ethan Groff (@ethangroff12) July 24, 2022
[Ole Miss also added another top-notch recruit Sunday in Anthony Calarco.]
Groff played right field for a Green Wave team that finished 33-26-1 last season.
The Orlando, Florida native hit .404 in 2022 as a redshirt sophomore with a .709 slugging percentage. He tallied nine home runs, 15 doubles and 35 RBI. He led the American Athletic Conference in the doubles category.
Ethan Groff (‘22 Elig) ties the game at 3 with a missile triple out to the RCF wall. Hitting over .400 on the year, lots of things to like with the stick. #PGDraft @GreenWaveBSB pic.twitter.com/YvVfLemKdm
— PG College Baseball (@PGCollegeBall) April 16, 2022
Just your weekly Ethan Groff missle of a base hit for the TL @ethangroff12 @GreenWaveBSB
— Fungo Talk Podcast (@FungoTalkPod) April 10, 2022
Here is how Perfect Game scouted Groff during his recruitment while in high school:
“Ethan Groff is a 2018 SS/2B with a 5-10 175 lb. frame from Orlando, FL who attends Trinity Prep. Medium middle infielder’s build, room to get stronger. Smooth defensive actions, stays balanced and moves through the ball well, soft hands, has a compact arm action and a quick release on his throws, fundamentally sound defensive player, ran a 7.24 at the PG Junior National Showcase. Right handed hitter, hits from an open stance with a high hand start, hands dive inside on his swing path, exaggerated inside swing, mid to opposite field contact approach. Excellent student.”
Evelyn has covered sports for over two decades, beginning her journalism career as a sports writer for a newspaper in Austin, Texas. She attended Texas A&M and majored in English. Evelyn’s love for Ole Miss began when her daughter Katie attended the university on a volleyball scholarship. Evelyn created the Rebel Walk in 2013 and has served as publisher and managing editor since its inception.