Maryland baseball underwent a coaching change during this offseason and brought on Corey Muscara who is known as one of the top recruiters in the country during his most recent stop at St. John’s.
For five years as an assistant at St. John’s, Muscara attended the tournament and competed with Vaughn for top prospects. He was at a disadvantage, he said, because Vaughn recruited hitters only. Muscara led the Red Storm’s recruiting efforts and pursued both pitchers and hitters. He usually got the players he wanted, with one exception.
“For the most part, when I went head-to-head with Rob, I lost players,” Muscara said.
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