A year removed from breaking his jaw after taking a fastball to the face last spring McClain is determined more than ever to prove that he’s the five-tool player everyone expects him to be. Before his true freshman season was abruptly ended by the injury, McClain was hitting .311 (14-for-45) with eight RBIs that included one home run. His best performance came in a 3-hit game against the NCAA runner-up Georgia Bulldogs on March 9. Last summer he played for the Luray Wranglers in the Valley League and hit .258 with 27 runs, 32 RBIs, and 9 home runs in 52 games. After the season Baseball America ranked him the No. 4 prospect in the Valley League.