WVU baseball has landed 2024 shortstop Jackson Ingram (5-foot-10, 160-pounds) from Miller School of Albemarle in Staunton, Virginia.
I am excited to announce that I will be furthering my academic and baseball careers at West Virginia University. Huge thank you to the coaching staff at West Virginia for the opportunity!#hailwv @WVUBaseball @MarkGinther3 @InvadersVA pic.twitter.com/uoRMBJdqIm
— Jackson Ingram (@Jackson_Ingram7) August 7, 2022
As is typical for baseball commitments, not much is available online for Ingram. He’s had a infielder’s velocity clocked at 83 mph, an exit velocity clocked at 90 mph, hand speed clocked at 22.9 mph and bat speed clocked at 69 mph.
He’s also had his speed clocked at a showcase for the Baseball Factory when he was 15 at 6.93 seconds in the 60-yard dash. He’s a right handed thrower and hitter, with experience playing in the outfield as well as shortstop.
He also pitches in high school with a fastball and curveball listed as his pitches, though that is unlikely to continue considering he is listed as a shortstop everywhere.