Seminole's Doyle picks Polk State College



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Thu. February 9, 2012 | Rodney Page | Email

Seminole senior righthander Jordan Doyle has committed to play at Polk State College in Winter Haven, according to Warhawks coach Jeff Pincus. Doyle was 6-2 with a 1.09 ERA as a starter last season for Seminole.

He was a Times' all-county honorable mention as a junior. Doyle originally committed to Florida State in November but switched to the two-year school. At two-year schools, players can leave for the draft after one year. At four year schools, players can only leave after three years.

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