DJ Uiagalelei, the former starting quarterback at Clemson who's now at Oregon State, also plays a little baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers want to see his stuff
The Dodgers selected Uiagalelei in the 20th round (No. 610 overall) of the Major League Baseball Entry Draft on Tuesday night
Uiagalelei was a pitcher in high school and has not played the sport competitively since then, instead focusing on football. The Dodgers listed Uiagalelei as a two-way player
Uiagalelei, 22, spent the first three years of his college career at Clemson after being rated a five-star quarterback prospect in high school. He backed up Trevor Lawrence in 2020, showed promise in two starts while Lawrence was in COVID-19 protocol and took over the starting job in 2021.
Uiagalelei has thrown for 5,681 yards, 36 touchdowns and 17 interceptions with a 59.8 percent completion rate in his three college seasons.
--Field Level Media