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Conference Preview: Big 12

Vincent Cervino        
Photo: Ty Madden (Texas Athletics)
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2020 Records

Teams are listed in alphabetical order* 

Team W L
Baylor 10 6
Kansas 7 10
Kansas State 10 7
Oklahoma 14 4
Oklahoma State 13 5
TCU 11 4
Texas 14 3
Texas Tech 16 3
West Virginia 11 5


Preseason All-Conference Team

Pos. Name School Stats/Notes
C Matt McCormick West Virginia .364-3-11; physical LHH, controls the zone, power to pull
1B Cole Stilwell Texas Tech .345-2-18; balanced approach, big impact, crushes mistakes
MIF Hueston Morrill Oklahoma State .258-2-4; + runner, strong arm, leadoff profile, good bat-to-ball
MIF Cal Conley Texas Tech .371-3-24; terrific glove, speed, surprising power
3B Peyton Graham Oklahoma .358-3-10; long levers, good power/athlete, '22 draft
OF Dylan Neuse Texas Tech .355-1-12; quick stroke, 12 SBs in '20, outstanding discipline
OF Hunter Wolfe TCU .341-1-12; + athlete, speed/power combo, experience
OF Eric Kennedy Texas .288-1-13; ++ runner, high contact approach, smart runner
DH Tanner Tredaway Oklahoma .378-3-14; burgeoning power, solid performance, CF profile
UT Jared McKenzie Baylor .406-0-5; polished hit tool, good discipline, athletic
SP Ty Madden Texas 25 IP, 26:4 K:BB; power arm, upper-90s, ++ SL, 1st rounder
SP Jordan Wicks Kansas State 26 IP, 26:4 K:BB; ++ CH, excellent command, bonkers #s
SP Parker Scott Oklahoma State 25 IP, 31:5 K:BB; CH/cmd combo, good competitor, good ctrl
SP Johnny Ray TCU 21.1 IP, 21:8 K:BB; + SL, workhorse build, starter
RP Micah Dallas Texas Tech 15.2 IP, 23:1 K:BB; pounds strikes, moving to rotation
 
Player of the Year: Dylan Neuse, OF, Texas Tech
Pitcher of the Year: Jordan Wicks, LHP, Kansas State
Freshman of the Year: Tanner Witt, 3B/RHP, Texas


Top Prospects

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