Jayson Rose is a two-time Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American.
Jan. 9, 2014
With the fall signing day behind us, we take a look at the players who will join the Utes for the 2015 campaign. Today's spotlight is Jayson Rose, who is from Alpine, Calif., and attends Granite Hills High School. He is the brother of current Utah freshman Josh Rose.
For a list of signees, click here: Signing Day Release
Royal Scout Ball Elite 2013
Royals Scout Ball 2013
2013 Perfect Game National Showcase
Perfect Game Class of 2014 #500 ranked #32 RHP in California
2013 Second-Team All-East County
2012 and 2013 Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-America
Outstanding Pitcher Award- West Coast Invitational (June 2012)
2012 West Coast Invitational Champions - (Firecracker), Orange County Calif., 16U San Diego Gamers
2012 Mickey Mantle World Series, McKinney, Texas
Earned a varsity letter as sophomore at Granite Hills HS
Rose on why he chose Utah:
I love the Salt Lake area, the campus and the baseball facilities. The coaches are great and I have always wanted to play in the Pac-12.
Granite Hills High School Coach James Davis on Rose:
"Jayson is the definition of quiet intensity. A player of few words, but a love of the game that is unmatched. He is a true baseball rat. Jayson has been a fixture in our program, not only with his arm, but also with his bat. He has been a big part of our success here at Granite Hills. I'm sure he will do great things for Utah in the coming years."