South Carolina senior infielder Justin Row didn't hear his name called across the three days of the MLB Draft earlier this week.
He made a good case to any potential employer early in Sunday's NCAA Tournament Super Regional game against Arkansas.
Just after a slew of errors, including one from Row, allowed the No. 5 seed Razorbacks to tie it 1-1 in the top of the third inning, Row answered in the bottom. He sent a the second pitch he saw deep into the left field stands to return USC to a one-run lead.
It was Row's seventh home run of the season. He led USC with a .343 average heading into play Sunday. He went 5-for-11 with a pair or RBIs, a run, two walks and a couple hit-by-pitches in the Greenville, N.C. Regional.