Seth Shuman, Georgia Southern University’s standout two-sport athlete, was named as a Freshman All-American in baseball, according to Collegiate Baseball News.
Shuman, a Valdosta native, finished the season with an 8-0 record and a 3.34 earned run average in 56 and two-third’s innings of work. He also struck out 49 batters and allowed just 17 walks.
This comes while he was splitting time between baseball and spring training football practice. Shuman is a quarterback on the football team, and last season he played in five games completing 34 of his 72 passes with one touchdown.
He'll enter the summer workouts at co-backup quarterback on the roster with LaBaron Anthony.