Led the Tigers to the 5A state title, hitting .488 with 18 home runs and 78 RBIs and setting a state record with 103 hits.
The Class 3A Player of the Year batted .400 with seven home runs and 58 RBI. The righty also went 11-1 with a 1.05 ERA and 103 strikeouts, leading the Bears to the state semifinals.
Helped the Rebels capture the Class 2A state title, going 12-2 (with 120 strikeouts against just 11 walks) and hitting .346 with 33 RBIs, 31 runs scored and a .493 on-base percentage.
The Class 4A Player of the Year, Reed led the Tigers to the state semifinals. Only a junior, the southpaw has verbally committed to Vanderbilt.
Class 6A Hitter of the Year batted .480 with 59 RBIs and nine homers for the Panthers.
A Class 5A All-State first team pick, Grief was selected by the Tigers in the 39th round of the MLB Draft. He hit .402 with seven homers and 54 RBIs as a senior.
An Alabama Sports Writers Association Super All-State team pick and the Class 6A Player of the Year, Johnson hit .355 with eight homers to lead the Panthers to a 6A state title.
Mars Hill Bible
The southpaw led the Panthers to the Class 3A title game, going 12-1 and earning ASWA Super Team honors for the second consecutive season.
The 5-foot-10 southpaw was 10-1 with 116 strikeouts in 85 innings, earning 6A Pitcher of the Year honors and leading the Panthers to a state title.
Two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year went 9-2 with a 1.25 ERA in the hill and hit .420 with 45 RBIs and nine homers at the plate. Right-hander will play for Auburn.
C: Hunter Stovall, Pelham, So.
IF: Chandler Avant, Pike Liberal Arts, Jr.
IF: Joey Denison, Charles Henderson, Sr.
OF: Eric Yarbrough, Sheffield, Sr.
P: Will Bishop, Shoals Christian, Sr.
P: Bailey Hansen, Edgewood, Sr.
P: Levi Mintz, Cedar Bluff, Sr.
P: Jesse Nelson, Russell County, Sr.