Clayton Crum

A 2010 graduate of Klein HS in Klein, Texas … Posted a 6-0 record with two saves, a 1.54 ERA to earn second-team All-State …
Rawlings preseason first-team All-Region All-American as a senior … Registered a 4-1 record with three saves, a 1.97 ERA, to earn second-team all-district as a junior.

Was a member of the 16U Team USA trial Baseball Team.

After High School Clayton attended The University of Texas for one season under pitching coach Skip Johnson and former head coach Augie Garrido(2010-2011 and was red shirted).

Transferred to Howard Juco for one year following Texas.

“Baseball America” #153 on Baseball Americas Top prospects

“Crum is the third Howard College pitcher to crack this list, and like most pitchers from that school he throws unusually hard. His fastball has been clocked up to 96 mph this spring, though has been a more typical 92-94.”

Finished his career at the University of Oregon in 2013.

Drafted in the 2010 MLB Draft by The Chicago Cubs.
Drafted in the 2012 MLB Draft by The Chicago Cubs.
Signed a free agency contract with The Tampa Bay Rays out of the Cape Cod Summer League during the summer of 2013.

In 2013 he went 4-1 in the Appalachian League in 29.1 innings pitched with a 3.07 ERA as well as played in the Instructional league and had a 3.00 ERA in 12 innings pitched. Had what he thought to be a career ending shoulder injury in 2014 and voluntarily retired from the Tampa Bay Rays.

Clayton was given the Erik Walker Award in the minor leagues during his rookie season, an award given to a player in the Tampa Bay Rays Organization who shows consistent integrity and is a positive influence on and off the field.

Following his injury, Clayton was a Student Coach at The University of Oregon and was on the Fellowship of Christian Athletes staff while finishing up his college degree.
He received the Provost Award at The University Of Texas. Award given to athlete with highest GPA on team.
In 2016 he was an Assistant Coach at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Lipscomb is a division one program in the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Clayton works with Three Piece Tee LLC and Coaches Studio LLC as one of their head ambassadors and spokes people at conventions around the country.

“I really believe that life is all about relationships. I care about developing whole people, not just athletes. I believe in being a role model for my clients, and in creating a positive learning environment. There is absolutely no such thing as one blueprint for developing baseball players. Although I have dealt with injuries a few times in my career, I do not regret any of the adversity I had to overcome. I believe that God had me go through these experiences to give me a new perspective on the game of baseball. The first step to developing great baseball players is giving them the opportunity to fall in love with the game itself.”

Pitching/Arm-Care/Fielding Instructor

281.636.9969 or claytoncrum21@yahoo.com

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