Trapped in the past on Junior Diamond Prospects...Jared Firmstone made a name for himself over the years as a member of the Carolina Cubs, the Carolina Classics, the SC Bandits and the Palmett Elite on our site.
|Year||What Junior Diamond Prospects had to say about Jared Firmstone|
|2008||Firmstone caught our eye for his catch and throw skills behind the plate. Solid receiver with above average arm strength. Displayed some...for more, click here.|
|2008||As many prepared to make their exit from Heritage Park in the top of the fourth, the Cubs decided the game wasn't done yet. John Lee led off the inning with a walk, followed by two singles by Jared Firmstone and...for more, click here.|
|2008||The Classics were able to swing themselves back into the game. A walk to Logan Johnston and a hit by Jared Firmstone set the table for a productive inning. Both Johnston and Firmstone...for more, click here.|
|2009||Firmstone has matured physically a lot since the last time we saw him as a member of the 10U Carolina Cubs. That maturation process has helped his game...for more, click here.|
|2009||Firmstone is a very impressive catching prospect. He is a tall, athletic kid and has the look of a big leaguer (the way he wears his uniform and his shoulder length long hair hanging out of his helmet gave him the "pro look"). Even more impressive...for more, click here.|
JrDP - Do you have a nickname or name your teammates call you?
JF - "Sunshine"...for more, click here.
Firmstone was, in my opinion, the best player on the Palmetto Elite and has the brightest future. I first noticed him when he appeared in the on deck circle in the first inning. I could see that he was not only...for more, click here.
Firmstone just knows how to play the game. He has a great arm from the outfield and a sweet swing. He was also clutch, hitting the...for more, click here.
A walk and a single would load the bases for Brandon Tillman and he delivered with a bases-clearing double to the right center gap. But they weren't done as cleanup hitter Jared Firmstone hit a no doubter that put the Elite ahead by two...for more, click here.
Firmstone looks like the Hercules of middle school baseball. The sky is the limit for this kid, and it all just depends on how hard he wants to work to advance to level after level in this game. His swing looks...for more, click here.
Back to the Future: Recently, Greenville HS 2016 C/UTL Jared Firmstone made a commitment to play baseball at The College of Charleston. (posted on thediamondprospects.com on 8/16/2014)