Mack – Draft 5-Pack – Barrett Charpia, Quinn Brodey, Tyler Freeman, Brendan Little, Steven Williams


Kendall Rogers‏ - @KendallRogersD1 -  How about The Citadel’s senior OF/3B Barrett Charpia? He had five hits, two of them homers, and knocked in nine runs in a 34-8 victory. Insane!

Citadel Bulldogs - JUNIOR (2016): Saw action in 36 games, starting 26 … made first appearance of the season as a pinch hitter on February 21 against Virginia Tech … Recorded first double of the year at Stetson on April 3 … went three-for-four with two runs scored and three RBI while hitting first and second career home runs at Wofford on April 17 … took over as the full-time third baseman on April 17 at Wofford … tallied a double and plated two runs at Charlotte on April 26 … collected at least one hit in every game of the Furman series including the third home run of his career … went three-for-four with one run scored against Samford on May 13 en route to tallying at least one hit in every game of the series … recorded first-career triple at No. 10 South Carolina on May 17, driving in one run … finished the season with a two-for-four effort against ETSU in the SoCon Tournament on May 26, smacking a double and scoring one run … concluded junior campaign with .245 batting average, 25 hits and 11 RBI … tied for second on the team with five home runs … held the highest slugging percentage on the team at .461 … tallied five multiple hit games and three multiple RBI games and tied for the second-best hitting streak on the team at six games.


Frankie Piliere‏ - @FPiliereD1 - When you talk about the short list of best players in the country, Stanford OF Quinn Brodey needs to be in that discussion. 1st @StanfordBSB player since '97 to win 🔙-to-🔙 @pac12 Player of the Week awards.

Go Stanford - As a Sophomore (2016) • All-Pac-12 • Academic All-Pac-12 honorable mention • Started all 54 games • .280, 7 HR, 41 RBI • Led team with 61 hits • 14-game hit streak (April 30-May 22) was team's longest of the season • Second on team with 16 multi-hit games • Led team with 41 RBI, 10 multi-RBI games and 14 2-out RBI • Led team with seven home runs and 97 total bases • Second in the Pac-12 with seven sacrifice flies • Third on the team in average (.280), slugging percentage (.445), steals (2) and triples (3) • 3-for-5, 3 R, 3 RBI, HR at UC Davis (March 21) • Went 3-for-6 with 4 RBI at San Jose State (March 28) • Game-winning inside-the-park home run at Arizona (April 17) • Went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI against Santa Clara (May 10) • Career-high 5 RBI and single shy of the cycle at Washington (May 21)


Hudson Belinsky‏ - @hudsonbelinsky   - Congratulations to Etiwanda (CA) senior SS/2B Tyler Freeman on 100th hit of his HS career. You'll see a lot more hits from him over the years.

                                   Perfect Game -  2016 National Showcase   Jun 15, 2016 - PG Grade: 10 - Tyler Freeman is a 2017 SS/2B with a 6-0 170 lb. frame from Rancho Cucamonga, CA who attends Etiwanda HS. Medium athletic build, prototype middle infielder's look. Polished defensive actions, moves easily with balanced actions, fields out front with a quick transfer and release, lots of arm strength for the deep throws, plays defense with confidence and ease. Right handed hitter, hits from a wide base with quick hands, aggressive approach and will attack early in the count, handles the barrel very well, line drive approach that is going to make lots of contact, has bat speed and can drive the gaps. 6.77 runner. Good student, verbal commitment to Texas Christian. Selected for the Perfect Game All-American Classic.


Hudson Belinsky‏ - @hudsonbelinsky  - State College of Florida LHP Brendan Little has shown very good stuff. I'll see him next week. Will have daily game reports for a couple weeks at http://BaseballAmerica.com .

Baseball America - After a dynamic summer in the Cape Cod League—39 strikeouts in 27 innings for Bourne and a spot on the league’s all-star team—Little already was mentioned as a potential first-round pick before throwing his first meaningful junior-college pitch for the Manatees. What the heck happened? “All I know is when you have a lefthander who can throw a 96 mile-an-hour fastball with an 84 mile-an-hour breaking ball—stuff you may not see even in the big leagues—if he can control all the pitches he’s got, you’re definitely looking at a first-round pick,” said Manatees pitching coach Don Robinson, who had 15 seasons of major league experience with the Pirates, Giants, Angels and Phillies.


Hudson Belinsky‏ - @hudsonbelinsky – Deerfield Windsor School (GA) C Steven Williams - High makeup, strong lefthanded bat, evaluators split on defensive home for him. Was on the rise in the fall.

Perfect Game - 2016 National Showcase   Jun 15, 2016 PG Grade: 10 - Steven Williams is a 2017 C/OF with a 6-3 215 lb. frame from Albany, GA who attends Deerfield-Windsor HS. Extremely strong and well proportioned athletic build. Plays both outfield and catcher. 6.89 runner, has right field tools on defense with a very strong arm with carry. Highest ceiling defensively behind the plate, has nice footwork and plenty of athleticism, big arm strength, just needs more repetitions receiving the ball and blocking. Left handed hitter, swing has noticeably improved in its path and extension of the last year, has lots of raw bat speed with lift and extension through contact, swing is a bit timing intensive and there is some swing/miss but the ball explodes off the barrel when squared. Looks to hit the ball hard. Verbal commitment to Auburn. Selected for the Perfect Game All-American Classic.


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