Nick Remy has yearned for an opportunity to play college baseball at the highest level. The hard-throwing, right-handed pitcher believed his course of direction would require a change of address in order to make that happen.
Remy was viewed an up-and-comer as a member of the Central Catholic High School (Lawrence, Mass.) baseball team. A talented prospect, he was considered a work in progress. Remy's velocity and pitch control were considered adequate.
Following the completion of his junior year at Central Catholic in 2019, the Atkinson, N.H., product was not completely sure if his development, from an academic and athletic standpoint, were in a place he wanted it to be. Remy started having thoughts of transferring, even though he knew he was part of a special group at Central Catholic.
The Raiders are a bona fide MIAA power. On top of that, the school's track record of sending many of its former players off to various levels of college baseball, including pitcher Steven Hajjar (Michigan) and utility player Dom Keegan (Vanderbilt), is unprecedented.