EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon head baseball coach Mark Wasikowski announced the signing of Jack Scanlon to a financial aid agreement on Tuesday. “Jack will be a big addition to our program moving forward,” Wasikowski said. “He’s a very talented player out of the state of New York who won player of the year honors in his league and region. He will provide strong leadership at the catching position, as well as potentially being a two-way player and being used as a pitcher. We are looking forward to seeing Jack’s talents here in Eugene, he is an extremely gifted young man.” Scanlon earned Rockland Player of the Year honors while playing for Suffern High School in Suffern, New York. He was also named to the Rockland Baseball All-County Team as a utility player after excelling both behind the plate and on the mound. As a senior, the 6-foot-4 Scanlon batted .384 with three home runs and 33 RBI, while finishing with three triples and 26 walks. On the mound, he finished 5-0 with a 1.43 ERA and two saves, while striking out 67 batters in 49 innings pitched. Scanlon is the second recruit signed by Wasikowski since he took the helm of the program. Anthony Hall, a first baseman/outfielder, signed a letter of intent in late June.