University of North Alabama Head Baseball Coach Mike Keehn has signed three student-athletes to National-Letters-of-Intent with the Lions' program. The three signees include an outfielder, a shortstop and a pitcher.
Sparkman High School first baseman Tyler Hall, Calhoun Community College shortstop Mathew Tittle and Northeast Community College outfielder Taylor Bonifacio signed with the Lions during the early signing period.
Tyler Hall – 1B
6'3" 195 lbs.
Sparkman High School
Coach Keehn on Hall: "Tyler is a solid left-handed hitter and good defensive first baseman. Tyler is one of the top hitters in this area and the state and is another quality player from Sparkman High School and Coach Kellen Greer's program to join the UNA program."
Mathew Tittle – SS
6' 185 lbs.
Coach Keehn on Tittle: "Mathew is a two-year starter for former UNA All-American Mike Burns. Mathew is a very versatile player and will not only bring a quality glove, but is also a very good offensive middle infielder. Along with being one of the top shortstops in the state, Mathew is also a very good student and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and we are very excited about adding Mathew to our program."
Taylor Bonifacio – OF
5'10" 205 lbs
Northeast, Mississippi CC
Coach Keehn on Bonifacio: "Taylor plays for former UNA assistant coach Kent Farris. Taylor is one of the top hitters in the Mississippi Community College conference and will bring a quality bat and defensive player to our line-up. We are excited about getting another transfer player from Northeast Mississippi and look for Taylor to make an imm