Vanderdoes makes impression
ESPN 150 defensive tackle excels on diamond in front of Clay Helton
Updated: April 23, 2012, 12:15 PM ETBy Erik McKinney | WeAreSC
LOS ANGELES -- When college coaches visit high school campuses during the spring evaluation period, every recruit is hoping to hit a metaphorical home run during that workout. This past Thursday, with USC quarterbacks coach Clay Helton in attendance, defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer) took that sentiment literally.
After Helton filmed Vanderdoes during a weight room session, he was in attendance for an afternoon baseball game in which Vanderdoes went 3-for-4 and crushed a home run over the centerfield fence. The 6-foot-3, 285-pound lineman also struck out 16 batters in a six-inning pitching outing, recorded three RBI and stole a base.
Courtesy Vanderdoes FamilyEddie Vanderdoes made a positive impression on USC assistant coach Clay Helton during Helton's visit to Auburn (Calif.) Placer High School.
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