Willie Weiss joins Riley Bertram as Wolverines headed to Clemson this season as grad transfers (Michigan baseball photo).
Willie Weiss joins Riley Bertram as Wolverines headed to Clemson this season as grad transfers (Michigan baseball photo).

Clemson baseball picks up second grad transfer commit this week


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Clemson baseball had its second grad transfer from Erik Bakich's Big Ten champs announced on Wednesday.

Right-handed pitcher Willie Weiss announced a commitment to Clemson.

"I would like to thank The University of Michigan for the best 4 years of my life. I have now decided to grad transfer to Clemson University," Weiss said. "Go Tigers!"

Weiss (6-3 225) logged 17 saves and a 9-6 record with a 3.67 ERA, tallying 127 strikeouts to 66 walks over three seasons from 2019-22.

He was named the No. 19 MLB draft prospect in the Big Ten going into last season after earning third-team all-conference honors as a junior.

Weiss was a named freshman All-American in 2019 with nine saves in 39 1/3 innings over 22 appearances.

He was the Gatorade Player of the Year out of Oregon in 2018.

Weiss joins former Wolverines shortstop Riley Bertram in Clemson transfer commitments this week.

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