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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Summer Collegiate All-Americans

Patrick Ebert        
Photo: Duke Athletics

Contributing: Jheremy Brown, Mike Rooney


2017 Summer Collegiate Baseball Content:
Perfect Game/Rawlings Player of the Year: James Outman (Sacramento State)
Perfect Game/Rawlings Team of the Year: Charlottesville Tom Sox (Valley League)


With another season of summer collegiate baseball behind us it's time to look at some of the standouts from the numerous leagues scattered across the country. As with every year, it's no easy task whittling down the names, as there are a lot more deserving players that didn't make the cut.

There are three 2017 Perfect Game/Rawlings Summer Collegiate All-America teams listed below as well as an Honorable Mention squad. In addition to one player at each infield position (including catcher) each team also has a designated hitter – which is a way to recognize some of the better hitters that otherwise may have missed the cut – three outfielders, five starters, two relievers and two utility players.


Similar to past years both the Cape Cod and Northwoods League lead the way in the total number of representatives with eight players each, with the West Coast (6) and Coastal Plain (5) Leagues just behind. The Cape has the most first teamers with four.

The leagues that follow include the California (4), Great West (4), Prospect (4), Cal Ripken (3), New England (3), Southern California (3), Golden State (3), Valley (3), Great Lakes (2), Perfect Game (2) and Texas (2) leagues. The Alaska, Atlantic, Futures, Hamptons, Jayhawk, M.I.N.K., New York, South Florida and Southern collegiate leagues all had one each.

Michigan State (Bailey Peterson, Taylor Grace), Mississippi (Parker Caracci, Ryan Rolison), North Carolina (Tyler Baum, Austin Bergner), North Florida (Brad Deppermann, Eddie Miller), Oklahoma State (Colin Simpson, Reid Morgan) and Stanford (Kris Bubic, Nico Hoerner) all had multiple players represented. Both Baum and Bergner were Perfect Game All-Americans in 2015, as was Dominic Fletcher.

Perfect Game will start to unveil the league-by-league top prospect lists in the coming days. Once the lists are released, the corresponding league reports will follow.


First Team Summer Collegiate All-Americans

Pos. Name League College AVG OBP SLG R 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Colin Simpson Jayhawk Oklahoma State .451 .500 .797 35 10 0 12 50 4
1B Zach Zubia Northwoods Texas .311 .455 .672 61 18 1 22 62 0
2B Michael Wielansky Valley Wooster .432 .489 .677 38 18 4 4 34 11
3B Ryan Fournier Great Lakes Xavier .338 .429 .640 34 13 2 8 37 2
SS Dalton Schumer Prospect Maryville .327 .438 .611 54 14 3 13 53 13
OF James Outman Cal Ripken Sacramento State .341 .445 .614 38 7 1 9 36 18
OF Griffin Conine Cape Cod Duke .329 .406 .537 32 5 1 9 28 3
OF Zander Clarke Great West UCLA .430 .543 .823 50 16 2 14 56 7
DH Dom D'Alessandro Atlantic Rowan .382 .417 .772 31 6 1 15 49 0
UT Tanner Dodson Cape Cod California .365 .461 .500 12 8 1 1 14 2


Pos. Name League College ERA W L SV IP H SO BB
SP Kris Bubic Cape Cod Stanford 1.65 4 1 0 32.2 23 41 7
SP Zach Neff Coastal Plain Austin Peay 1.45 7 0 2 49.2 34 65 7
SP Ty Madrigal Cal Ripken Saint Mary's 0.55 5 1 0 32.2 25 34 13
SP Tyler Baum Cape Cod North Carolina 2.72 5 1 0 43 36 41 10
SP Brad Deppermann Prospect North Florida 2.11 4 2 1 59.2 38 108 12
RP Parker Caracci Cal Ripken Mississippi 0.69 7 0 5 38.2 16 48 12
RP Layne Henderson Northwoods Azusa Pacific 1.42 1 1 18 25.1 5 49 15
UT Tanner Dodson Cape Cod California 3.69 1 2 1 24.1 26 16 5


Second Team Summer Collegiate All-Americans

Pos. Name League College AVG OBP SLG R 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Chase Illig West Coast West Virginia .360 .409 .683 34 6 1 15 52 0
1B Nick Bottari Hamptons Southeastern .454 .556 .866 23 10 0 10 38 1
2B Bailey Peterson Great Lakes Michigan State .374 .455 .718 34 7 1 12 40 11
3B Dougie Parks Prospect Eastern Illinois .346 .468 .573 51 22 1 8 60 0
SS Taylor Wright West Coast Maryland# .337 .458 .556 47 12 0 11 54 12
OF Billy Wilson Coastal Plain Loyola Marymount .322 .457 .661 58 12 4 13 41 26
OF Kameron Misner New England Missouri .378 .479 .652 35 13 0 8 25 14
OF Dominic Fletcher California Arkansas .358 .410 .604 21 8 0 6 27 8
DH Ryan Mota Southern California Riverside City .404 .450 .835 30 8 0 13 38 0
UT Brandon Quaranta Valley Philadelphia .331 .448 .623 36 11 0 11 49 1


Pos. Name League College ERA W L SV IP H SO BB
SP Matt Pierce Perfect Game Siena 1.71 8 1 0 42 38 26 11
SP Tanner Lawson California St. Edwards 0.57 4 0 0 31.1 20 34 6
SP Griffin McLarty Coastal Plain College of Charleston 1.58 6 0 0 40 30 51 7
SP Jack Owen West Coast Auburn# 1.01 4 1 0 44.1 29 48 14
SP Aaron Rozek Northwoods Minnesota State 2.39 6 1 0 64 48 78 17
RP Scotty Wright Great West Colorado Christian 0.90 2 1 0 30 14 60 10
RP Brent Killam Northwoods Georgetown 0.37 5 0 9 24.1 11 42 2
UT Brandon Quaranta Valley Philadelphia 1.58 0 0 4 11.1 6 14 5


Third Team Summer Collegiate All-Americans

Pos. Name League College AVG OBP SLG R 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Christ Conley Perfect Game Canisius .382 .582 .610 43 13 0 5 27 1
1B Cameron Warren California Texas Tech .402 .461 .706 25 8 1 7 34 3
2B Nico Hoerner Cape Cod Stanford .300 .356 .456 25 7 0 6 28 15
3B Taylor Grace Southern California Michigan State .432 .477 .737 33 10 4 6 34 5
SS Will Law Great West William Jessup .335 .460 .564 45 18 2 7 54 6
OF Blake Burton California Washington .395 .435 .597 20 8 1 5 32 4
OF Brian Morley Golden State Cosumnes River .426 .482 .763 51 13 1 14 54 8
OF Stevie Mangrum Northwoods Virginia Tech .324 .408 .551 51 16 2 12 48 11
DH Evan Edwards Coastal Plain USC Lancaster .355 .474 .703 35 13 1 13 32 5
UT Jayson Newman Coastal Plain Cal State Northridge .352 .443 .615 36 11 2 11 56 4


Pos. Name League College ERA W L SV IP H SO BB
SP Keisy Portorreal South Florida Clarendon College 1.45 6 2 0 49.1 30 90 18
SP R.J. Hanson Golden State Lindsey Wilson 1.11 7 1 0 64.1 40 63 7
SP Sawyer Gipson-Long Southern California Mercer 1.10 7 0 0 41 22 52 6
SP Ryan Rolison Cape Cod Mississippi 1.92 4 0 0 28 15 35 10
SP Logan Gilbert Cape Cod Stetson 1.72 1 2 0 31.1 24 31 4
RP Eddie Miller Prospect North Florida 0.98 2 1 9 27.1 21 45 4
RP Connor White West Coast Portland 1.12 1 1 11 24 14 32 14
UT Jayson Newman Coastal Plain Cal State Northridge 1.31 1 1 1 20.2 9 32 12


Honorable Mention Summer Collegiate All-Americans

Pos. Name League College AVG OBP SLG R 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Hunter Feduccia Northwoods Louisiana State .348 .417 .587 43 18 1 8 41 0
1B Zack Tower Futures Franklin Pierce .319 .398 .676 35 11 0 18 50 1
2B Nicholas Mascelli New England Wagner .344 .442 .540 28 14 0 6 31 7
3B Austin Shenton West Coast Florida International .409 .478 .560 36 15 1 4 47 3
SS Alex Howard Northwoods Arkansas State .333 .396 .558 56 27 0 9 43 9
OF Roury Glanton Southern Georgia Southern .373 .457 .773 34 9 1 11 38 4
OF Dustin Woodcock Northwoods SIU - Edwardsville .318 .449 .518 57 19 0 10 61 14
OF Jordan Qsar West Coast Pepperdine .304 .392 .635 39 21 0 13 49 6
DH Jack Brett New York Willamette .399 .488 .622 25 9 1 7 38 7
UT Zach Hoffman Great West Colorado State-Pueblo .344 .424 .516 54 17 4 4 38 22


Pos. Name League College ERA W L SV IP H SO BB
SP Austin Bergner Cape Cod North Carolina 1.16 3 1 0 31 24 30 11
SP Blake Whitney New England South Carolina Upstate 2.07 1 3 0 52 36 80 13
SP John Doxakis Alaska Texas A&M 1.08 3 1 0 25 17 30 5
SP Steven D'Amico MINK Central Missouri 1.75 5 1 0 56 39 67 22
SP Keith Meier Texas Baton Rouge CC 1.54 3 0 0 35 22 42 14
RP Mark Hendricks Golden State King University 1.91 6 0 1 47 30 63 15
RP Reid Morgan Texas Oklahoma State 1.13 6 1 3 39.2 25 39 13
UT Zach Hoffman Great West Colorado State-Pueblo 3.62 3 0 3 22.1 23 28 19

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