Clayton Keyes is one wise Dawg
Canadian Baseball Network
Everyone knows Clayton Keyes is fast.
Yet, is he fast enough to be in two places at once?
Could he be on the campus of Washington State University in Pullman, Wash. where John Olerud won Baseball America’s player of the year as a sophomore.
And on the campus of Central Arizona College in Coolidge, Az. with the rest of the Vaqueros.
No one make that 1,267 mile commute ... not even Will Farrell in a day-night doubleheader.
In the case of Keyes he is one wise Okotoks Dawgs ... the young man is simply keeping his options open. Does he attend a four-year school like Washington State or head to Central Arizona, one of the JUCO powerhouses.
A list of Dawgs who are committed to school next fall ...
INF-RHP Peter Hutzal, Calgary, Alta., Washington State University (WA)
OF Clayton Keyes, Calgary, Alta., Washington State University (WA)
OF Justin King, Okotoks, Alta., Northern Kentucky University (KY)
LHP Parker Maxwell, Okotoks, Alta., Minot State University (ND)
RHP Ryan Moroz, St. Andrews, Man., Minot State University (ND)
OF Craig Spencer, Calgary, Alta., MacMurray College (IL)
RHP Zack Demchenko, Saskatoon, Sask., Northeastern Junior College (CO)
INF Brett Esau, Meadow Lake, Sask., Frank Phillips Jr. College (TX)
OF Clayton Keyes, Calgary, Alta., Central Arizona College (AZ)
LHP Quentin Kopjar, Rowley, Alba., Pratt Community College (KS)
C Luke Lepine, Calgary, Alta., Northeastern JR College (CO)
INF Ashton Roy, Sudbury, Ont., Pratt Community College (KS)
LHP Jared Spearing, Winnipeg, Man., Indian Hills Community College (IA)
INF Russ Strilchuk, Calgary, Alta., Northeastern Junior College (CO) -- who heads to school next month.