University of Kentucky baseball player James Paxton (left) pledges allegiance to the flag with teammates at Watson Stadium at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC before the University of Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech baseball game Friday afternoon. Paxton sat out the game due to a legal battle with the NCAA. Paxton is regarded as the number one college senior baseball player in the country.
Photo by Sabree Hill
University of Kentucky baseball player James Paxton (left) pledges allegiance to the flag with teammates at Watson Stadium at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC before the University of Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech baseball game Friday afternoon. Paxton sat out the game due to a legal battle with the NCAA. Paxton is regarded as the number one college senior baseball player in the country. Photo by Sabree Hill
University of Kentucky baseball player James Paxton (left) pledges allegiance to the flag with teammates at Watson Stadium at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC before the University of Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech baseball game Friday afternoon. Paxton sat out the game due to a legal battle with the NCAA. Paxton is regarded as the number one college senior baseball player in the country. Photo by Sabree Hill

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