Liberty and head coach Scott Jackson continue to make use of the transfer portal to better the Flames. On Tuesday, Clemson transfer Camden Troyer announced his commitment to the Flames. The outfielder has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

Troyer, one of a handful of Clemson players who have entered the portal since they have changed coaches, is a 6’0″ 195 pound athlete. He appeared in 18 games with eight starts for Clemson this past season as a true freshman. He was .184 in 38 at-bats with two home runs and 11 RBIs.

Troyer is originally from Greenville, South Carolina where he played at Powdersville High School. He enrolled with the Tigers as an outfielder and pitcher. At Powdersville, he broke out as one of the best in the area as a sophomore. He posted a .286 batting average while leading the team in appearances and saves as a pitcher with a 2.41 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 15.1 innings pitched. In a COVID shortened 2020 season, Troyer led his high school team in RBIs and posted a 1.60 ERA with 16 strikeouts in just eight innings.