Skip to content

Peach State diamond dynamo Tate Sirmans commits to Ole Miss

The former South Carolina commit is now an Ole Miss Rebel…

Tate Sirmans, a versatile 2024 infielder from Valdosta, Ga., announced his commitment to play college baseball at Ole Miss on Wednesday. Sirmans is capable of playing first, second, shortstop and third base. The 6-2, 180-pounder plays primarily shortstop in high school.

Sirmans was once committed to South Carolina but broke away from that pledge in September of 2022. He plays for Lowndes High School in Valdosta.

Sirmans recently took a cross-country trip to Arizona where he competed in a showcase event. Along the way, he made stops at Ole Miss, Texas and TCU. South Carolina was also still involved in his recruitment.

“I think I’m doing decent,” Sirmans told 247Sports. “I have to keep improving. Can never get satisfied, and have to keep improving, I feel like I’m quick-twitched (defensively). I’m told that a lot. I have a good arm and am pretty athletic, I’d like to say.”

Sirmans also plays quarterback for the Lowndes High School football team, but baseball will be his sport in college.

Sirmans was named to the Preseason Rawlings/Perfect Game Underclassman All-American Team in March. He is strong, athletic, can hit for power with more than adequate speed.


Tate Sirmans (Photo: John Whittle, 247Sports)


Article by:
David Johnson

Leave a Comment