Hellbusch Transfers to Daytona State from University of Arkansas
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Isaac Hellbusch is a 6'3" utility player from Edmond, Oklahoma. This Oklahoma native launched his baseball career at Deer Creek High School where he received a lot of collegiate looks. Hellbusch chose to continue his baseball career playing in the SEC for the University of Arkansas. As a utility player, Hellbusch is a threat at multiple positions. This three sport high school athlete has the athletic ability to play outfield, catch, play first, and even pitch.
After a season with the Razorbacks, Hellbusch elected to go a different direction with his collegiate playing career. After weighing his options, Hellbusch decided to pursue a playing opportunity at the NJCAA level with Daytona State College. This option has opened Hellbusch up to both the draft and other potential collegiate options in the future.
Prior to joining the Falcons, Hellbusch played summer collegiate baseball with the Battle Creek Bombers in Battle Creek, Michigan. Daytona State College will benefit from the offensive power Hellbusch can provide and his versatility in the field.