Pine-Richland won a WPIAL baseball title last month and it's safe to say the Rams will be good for years to come.
A strong junior class, in particular, has the program looking like it will remain at a high level.
Josh Johnson became the third rising junior on the team to commit to a Division I college when he picked Kent State on Sunday. Johnson announced his decision on Twitter.
"Excited to announce that I will be continuing my academic and baseball career at Kent State University! #bitedown" -- @JJ6332
Johnson was a starting outfielder for Pine-Richland his sophomore season and helped the Rams win the Class 6A Section 1 title and their fifth WPIAL championship. One of the highlights of Johnson's season was hitting an extra-inning walk-off home run to beat Central Catholic. You can check out the video here.
Two other Pine-Richland juniors have committed to Division I schools: Troy LaNeve picked Vanderbilt and Matt Wood chose Penn State.
Johnson and Wood play travel ball with the Pittsburgh Diamond Dawgs.