Caden Sorrell, Texas A&M signee, decides on baseball future during MLB Draft
Caden Sorrell has given Jim Schlossnagle some great news. The former Marcus Flower Mound standout is headed to Texas A&M.
The MLB Draft is currently in Day 2, but Sorrell has opted to withdraw from the available pool of prospects. Aggie Baseball Today broke the news on Twitter. Sorrell provided confirmation by retweeting the post.
Caden Sorrell tells me he has pulled his name from the MLB Draft and is coming to campus.
Get ready for a power-speed combo in College Station?. pic.twitter.com/QrtcmS7CqP
— AggieBaseballToday (@AggieBsbToday) July 10, 2023
Sorrell has been committed to play for Texas A&M baseball since Nov. 16, 2021. A 6-3, 200-pounder who bats and throws left-handed, Sorrell is Perfect Game’s No. 100 overall player and No. 19 outfielder. MLB.com ranked Sorrell the No. 79 draft-eligible prospect for 2023.
Sorrell comes from a baseball family. His grandfathers, Billy Sorrell and Tom Griffin, both played in the major leagues. Caden, though, is waiting at least 3 years until he becomes a professional baseball player.