As of Thursday, April 18, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Three former or current Gwinnett County high school players are among the four-player contingent of Georgia State's baseball signing class for the late signing period, which began earlier this week.
Current Brookwood senior Zach Moon will join 2012 Collins Hill graduate Wayne Wages and 2011 Hebron Christian grad Kevin Burgee, along with North Carolina high school catcher/outfielder Trae Sweeting, the school announced Wednesday.
Moon is currently leading the Broncos with two home runs, to go along with a .333 average and 12 RBIs through the team's first 20 games.
Wages, who is playing for Marion Military Institute in Alabama this spring, was a first-team All-County selection as a senior for the Eagles last season as left-handed pitcher and outfielder, hitting .320 with three homers, nine RBIs and 11 stolen bases and going 6-3 with a 1.41 ERA in 69 innings.
Burgee, a right-hander who is in his second season of junior college ball at Gordon College this spring, was a first-team All-County selection in 2011 after helping the Lions to the Class A state championship with an 8-1 record a 1.57 ERA and 83 strikeouts in 58 innings.