2013 ALL-USA Tennessee Baseball Team

2013 ALL-USA Tennessee Baseball Team

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2013 ALL-USA Tennessee Baseball Team

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Will Crowe
Pigeon Forge, senior
Pitcher
A highly-ranked MLB prospect he was named state Gatorade state Player of the Year, winning over 15 games with a sub-0.50 ERA and over 175 strikeouts.

Justus Sheffield
Tullahoma, junior
Pitcher/Infield
Emerging MLB prospect went 10-2 with a 1.28 ERA and 124 strikeouts on the mound and also batted .383 with 42 RBI at the plate.

Will Haynie
Brentwood Academy, senior
Catcher
Highly sought after hitter who is signed with Alabama, batted .460 with eight home runs and 26 RBI.

Penn Murfee
Montgomery Bell Academy, senior
Infield
Signed with Vanderbilt, he hit for a .318 average and was on base more than 42 percent of the time and also drove in 30 runs.

Bryan Reynolds
Brentwood, senior
Infield
Headed to Vanderbilt after a season where he batted .376, hit eight home runs and had 42 RBI.

Kyle Serrano
Farragut, senior
Pitcher
Righty was a highly-coveted MLB prospect but will continue his career at Tennessee after going 7-1 with a 1.76 ERA and 111 strikeouts.

Brandon Hicks
Collierville, senior
Pitcher
Right-hander led team to its first 3A state title, going 7-1 on the year with a 1.09 ERA. He was the starting pitcher in the state final.

Brent Rooker
Evangelical Christian School, senior
Outfield
Headed to Mississippi State, he led his team to the 2A state title batting .419 with eight homers – including three in one game – and 32 RBI.

Vance Tatum
Southaven, senior
Pitcher/Outfield
Led team to 6A state title, going 9-1 on the mound with a dazzling 0.58 ERA and 98 strikeouts. Also batted over .300 with 27 RBI.

Darien Tubbs
Cookeville, senior
Outfield
Speedster is headed to Memphis after outstanding season where he batted .487 with 24 RBI and an astounding 50 stolen bases.

Honorable mention

Trevor Clifton, sr., Heritage; Hayden Stone, sr., Columbia; Alex Junior, jr., Goodpasture; Michael Hawks, jr., Friendship; Trevor Sutton, sr., Riverdale; Jordan Rodgers, sr., Memphis University; John Wesley Ray, jr, Christian Brothers.
 

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