Jacob Nesbit’s season of college baseball ended with him playing in its pinnacle event.

Nesbit, a Coppell High School alum and redshirt freshman for Arkansas, started at third base in the Razorbacks’ two games at the College World Series on June 15 and 17 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Nesbit went hitless in six at-bats over the two games, both of which were losses for Arkansas.

This season for Arkansas, Nesbit made 61 starts out of 64 games played and posted a .255 batting average with three home runs, 10 doubles, 42 RBIs and 35 runs scored.

He also had a .333 on-base percentage and a .344 slugging percentage as well as seven stolen bases. He led the Razorbacks with eight sacrifice flies.

In his time at Coppell, Nesbit earned numerous honors, including placement on the Rawlings-Perfect Game Preseason Underclass All-American third team when he was a junior and was the No. 4-ranked shortstop in Texas by Perfect Game, according to Arkansas’s baseball website.

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