Georgia Baseball's 2024 Transfer Portal Class

State Farm College Baseball Showdown
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  • OF Logan Jordan (Campbell)

Jordan was a key player for a Camels team in 2023 that won 46 games and won multiple games in the NCAA tournament. On the year, he hit .301 with 12 HR, 11 doubles, and 52 RBI with an OPS of .923. His slugging percentage on the season was .529, as he played in 56 games with 52 starts and earned first team All-Big South honors. In the NCAA tournament in 2023, Jordan went 5/11 with 2 HR and 5 RBI. In 2022, Jordan hit .289 and once again put up 12 HR and 52 RBI (this time with 13 doubles). Jordan is a former JuCo transfer from Iowa Western CC.

  • OF Dylan Goldstein (FAU)

Goldstein had a very productive two-year career for the Owls. In 2023, he hit .297 with 13 HR, 14 doubles, and 62 RBI with an OPS of .951. Prior to that in 2022, he hit .333 with 18 HR and 63 RBI with a slugging percentage of .662. For his career at FAU, he had a .313/.442/.594 slash line (1.036 OPS) across 117 games. Goldstein is a two-time second team All C-USA selection. He previously spent 2020 and 2021 at Chipola College (one of the top JuCo's in Florida).

  • OF Dillon Carter (Texas Tech)

Carter comes to Athens after serving as Texas Tech's Center-fielder for several years. In 2023, Carter hit .267 with 6 HR, 9 doubles, and 23 RBI in 36 games/31 starts. He had a 1.003 OPS on the year. For his four-year career in Lubbock, Carter hit .228 with 10 HR, 23 doubles, and 4 triples with 63 RBI across 408 at-bats in 137 games/122 starts. Carter has one year of eligibility remaining.

  • OF Clayton Chadwick (Sam Houston State)

Chadwick appeared in all 64 games for the Bearcats in 2023 as he hit .294 with a .904 OPS as he had 10 HR, 15 doubles, and 49 RBI. In 2022, Chadwick hit .332 with 3 HR, 14 doubles, and 35 RBI. For his career at SHSU, he hit .303 with an .871 OPS, 13 HR, 36 doubles, 4 triples, and 100 RBI across 551 at-bats in 161 games/147 starts.

  • OF/1B Lukas Farris (Western Kentucky)

Farris was the top power hitter (by far) for Western Kentucky last year as a standout Freshman, hitting 13 homers with a .291 batting average, 43 RBI, and a .907 OPS. Farris returns to the state of Georgia after playing in High School at North Cobb HS. Farris was named to the C-USA All-Freshman team in 2023.