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Jesuit infielder Miniet picks South Florida
Posted Jun 28, 2012 by Jarrett Guthrie
Updated Jun 28, 2012 at 08:59 PM
Jesuit coach Richie Warren said second baseman Vincent Miniet verbally committed to the University of South Florida Thursday.
Miniet, an Tampa Tribune All-Hillsborough County second team member last season, had a .429 average with 27 runs scored, 16 RBI, two homerun and eight stolen bases for the Class 5A state final four Tigers in his junior season.
Miniet was a rock at second base for the Tigers this season committing only two errors.
Miniet, who hit leadoff for Jesuit this season was looking at North Florida and Alabama as well, Warren said, but chose to stay closer to home at South Florida.
Miniet is the second Jesuit player from the 2013 class to make a commitment to the Bulls, joining outfielder/pitcher Daniel Portales. With those two, the Tigers now have five rising seniors who have already decided on college, with infielder/catcher Adrian Chacon and shortstop/pitcher Spencer Trayner both picking North Carolina and pitcher John Kilichowski choosing Vanderbilt.