Daniel Marrs
Daniel  Marrs

RS Junior

Midlothian, Va.

High School:
James River

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 215




Wake Forest Named InsidePitching.com Pitching Staff of the Week

The Deacon staff gave up just five runs in four games during the week


Deacs Sweep Clemson with 7-0 Shutout on Senior Day

The Demon Deacons swept the Tigers for the first time since 1999


Blair Reaches Base Six Times in Deacs' 10-2 Win over UNCG

Game delayed for two hours due to rain in the sixth inning


Deacs Blank Valpo 3-0 for 10th Straight Win

Nate Jones recorded his first career-win in just his second-career start


Lopez's 6 RBIs Lead Deacs in 12-3 Victory Over Eastern Michigan

The second game of today's doubleheader is set to begin at 4 p.m.


Wake Forest vs. Clemson - May 19, 2012

Wake Forest defeated Clemson, 7-0, to complete the series sweep on Senior Day.

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Walter on Marrs
"Danny has battled back from injury the past two years trying to regain the form he showed his freshman year when he was a top professional prospect. His arm is all the way back now, and his role will be determined by his ability to command his secondary stuff."

2012 (Redshirt Junior)
Made seven appearances in relief and pitched six innings ... Finished with a 6.00 ERA, five strikeouts and four walks ... Made his season debut vs. Eastern Michigan (3/4), pitching a perfect inning and striking out a batter ... Had a season-high two strikeouts in an inning at UNCG (4/17) ... Pitched a third of an inning on senior day vs. Clemson (5/19) ... Did not allow a run in six of his seven appearances.

2011 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Made 16 relief appearances on the year and pitched 14.2 innings ... Did not allow any runs in seven appearances, and did not allow a hit in five appearances ... In his first three outings of the season, he pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless baseball and struck out three batters ... Pitched 1.2 innings of relief at Coastal Carolina - his longest outing of the season ... Struck out a season-high two batters at Elon on April 26 ... Finished the year with an 8.59 ERA and seven strikeouts.

2010 (Sophomore)
Did not appear in a game during the 2010 season ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2009 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games, including three starts, during injury-shortened freshman season ... Went 1-0 with a 2.77 ERA in 13 innings of work ... Made first appearance as a Demon Deacon against Akron (2.20), giving up a run on three hits in 2 2/3 innings, while striking out six batters ... Earned the win in first collegiate start against Appalachian State (2.24), tying a career high with six punch outs and throwing five scoreless innings ... Made start against UNC Wilmington (3.4), but only lasted 1 1/3 innings after getting hit in the forehead with a line drive ... Surrendered two runs on four hits against the Seahawks ... Allowed a run on three hits in 2 1/3 innings in relief against Virginia (3.7) ... Started and made first appearance in over a month against UNC Greensboro (4.15), throwing a perfect inning ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

High School
Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 40th round of the 2008 MLB Draft ... Finalist for Team USA in 2005 and 2006 ... Named a consensus All-American ... Won two high school championships at James River HS ... Selected to play in the AFLAC All-American High School Baseball Classic ... Named to the Baseball America/Baseball Factory's Cape Cod Classic over the summer ... Was ranked as high as the third-best prospect in the country by Perfect Game ... Ranked by Impact Baseball as the second-best prospect and the best righthanded pitcher in the state of Virginia ... Teammate with fellow freshman Austin Stadler at James River HS ... Named to Distinguished Dean's List all eight semesters.

Born on February 8, 1990 ... Son of Brad and Beth Marrs ... Pursuing a degree in finance.

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