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Former Heavener Wolf among top JUCO baseball prospects by magazine; Glover's EOSC Mountaineers ranked 30th by 'Perfect Game'

January 31, 2014

ONE OF THE BEST — Former Heavener Wolf Koda Glover has been ranked the 21st-best junior-college prospect in the nation by "Perfect Game" magazine. Glover's JUCO team, the Eastern Oklahoma State College Mountaineers, has been ranked 30th by the same publication. PDN photo by David Seeley

WILBURTON — When Koda Glover was a Heavener Wolf, he was considered one of the best LeFlore County athletes of his class. Now, “Perfect Game” magazine has tabbed him one of the best junior-college baseball players.
Glover, now playing at Eastern Oklahoma State College, was earlier this season rated the 25th-best JUCO prospect in the United States. Since then, he's been upped to the 21st-best.
“My freshman year, it was the same thing,” said Glover, who will begin his sophomore season for the Mountaineers at noon today in a home doubleheader against Pratt (Kan.) Community College. “But when you've been out of it a year, people tend to forget about you. It's just a number. You really can't put anything more than that on it.”

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