Casey Harman, originally from South Burlington, VT, pitched for three seasons at Clemson University before being drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 29th round, making it to AA. At Clemson, Casey had an overall record of 16-12 with 251.2 IP with 238 strikeouts and 60 walks. As a Freshman, he recorded the second most innings on the team out of the bullpen with 44 IP, and each year the innings increased, with 86.2 IP in 2009 and 121 IP in 2010. Casey pitched in some big games while at Clemson, including a regional game start vs Oklahoma State and the first game of Super Regionals @ Arizona State in 2009. In 2010, Casey led the team to the College World Series, throwing a complete game to beat Auburn in Regionals, getting a starts vs Alabama in Super Regionals, and pitching two games in the College World Series at the last year of the historic Rosenblatt Stadium. Casey still holds the strikeout-to-walk ratio record at Clemson with a 3.97.
Casey has a passion for being a mentor and a resource for all of the kids that he works with.