Steven Duggar signs with the Giants

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Duggar has a lot of tools to be a future MLB player

Clemson outfielder Steven DuggarSteven Duggar
Jr. Outfielder
#9 6-2, 195
Moore, SC

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has signed with the San Francisco Giant for $248,800 according to's signing tracker.

Duggar said the following on his twitter account when he was drafted. "The opportunity to pursue my life long dream came true today. Thank you to everyone who has helped me get here!" #CaliBound #gigantes #SF

He reportedly signed for the pick value at $248,800 with being drafted in the sixth round (#186th overall). The Giants also took Clemson signee Jalen Miller in the third round.

Duggar batted .304 with 10 steals this past season.

Official Clemson Bio - Has the strongest outfield arm on the team and is one of the team’s fastest players ... a career .297 hitter with a .363 on-base percentage in 123 games (123 starts) over two seasons ... has 21 doubles, five triples, three homers, 66 RBIs, 84 runs, 50 walks, three hit-by-pitches and 40 steals ... has 14 outfield assists in his career ... has started all 123 games of his Tiger career in right field ... two-time All-ACC Academic selection ... two-time ACC Academic Honor Roll member ... team co-captain for 2015 ... preseason third-team All-American by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, D1Baseball and Perfect Game ... preseason first-team All-ACC by Perfect Game ... No. 27 college prospect and No. 44 overall prospect for the 2015 draft in the preseason by Perfect Game ... No. 45 overall prospect for the 2015 draft by ... No. 55 college prospect for the 2015 draft by College Sports Madness ... No. 25 junior in the nation in the preseason by Perfect Game ... No. 6 ACC prospect for the 2015 draft in the preseason by Perfect Game.

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