Scott Tully, who pulled a 3.333 GPA in his first college semester at Notre Dame, earned four letters each in baseball and golf at Reading Memorial High School in Reading, Mass. There he ranked No. 3 LHP and No. 13 overall high school prospect out of Massachusetts in 2013 by Perfect Game. Tully was selected underclass honorable mention All-American by Perfect Game in 2012.Tully’s pitching career at Reading was stellar. He won eight games and recorded two saves as a senior to earn league MVP honors and had a minuscule 0.52 ERA with 97 strikeouts. As a junior, he had seven wins and four saves and recorded a 0.72 ERA with 120 strikeouts to earn league All-Star accolades. Tully picked up seven wins and a save while posting a 1.21 ERA with 107 K's to earn league All-Star honors as a sophomore, and opened his career with seven wins while posting a 1.63 ERA with 86 strikeouts as a freshman to earn league All-Star honors. Impressively, Tully was selected to the all-scholastic team as both a junior and senior.