MADISON – Scott High School senior Dylyn Brown will continue his baseball career at Alice Lloyd College in Kentucky.
Brown signed his national letter of intent Friday.
“It’s a family tradition,” said Brown, who commemorated the event with an afternoon ceremony in the school’s media center with friends, relatives, teammates, coaches, teachers, and administrators. “My uncle (A.B.) and my dad (Chris) went there, and so did (Scott assistant coaches) Brandon Burns and Eric Harper. I’m just ready to play ball. That is what I’m most excited about. I like that they are a baseball school.”
Brown thanked his coaches, friends and relatives for their support and their contributions to his success.
“I especially want to thank my dad for getting me into baseball when I was younger,” he said.
Brown is a Class AA All-State candidate who hit .439 with 20 RBI, 10 doubles, one triple and one home run for the Skyhawks (10-21) this season.
“Dylyn is a hard worker and came up big this year at the plate and on the mound,” Scott coach Brett Kuhn said of Brown, who was a pitcher and first baseman for the Skyhawks. “He had a tremendous season and led our team in most offensive stats.”