COACH OF THE YEAR
Jamie Corr, Lambert (Suwanee)
Corr started as the head coach of the start-up Lambert program five years ago. This year, he managed the Longhorns to a 6A GHSAA state title. Corr led Lambert to a No. 1 national ranking by Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll and was named the American Family Insurance ALL-USA National Coach of the Year.
3B Michael Chavis (PLAYER OF THE YEAR) Sprayberry (Marietta), 6-0, Sr.
Clocked at 6.68 in the 60-yard dash, Chavis spreads the ball all around the field with some power evident with his .573 batting average, .663 on-base percentage, 47 hits, 13 home runs, 39 RBI, and 30 runs.
P Spencer Adams, White County (Cleveland), 6-5, Sr.
Drafted 44th overall by the White Sox, Adams has a fastball that reaches 95 mph and an excellent slider that led him to a 0.72 ERA in 58.1 innings pitched while recording 90 strikeouts.
P Michael Gettys, Gainesville, 6-1, Sr.
Gettys threw 105 strikeouts with only 20 walks while posting a 1.74 ERA in 64.1 innings. The 51st overall pick by the Padres, Gettys also excelled in the outfield, batting .368 with 11 home runs, 47 RBI, 41 runs, 39 hits and eight doubles.
C Griffin Helms, Norcross, 6-0, Sr.
In 26 games, Helms batted .368 with a .441 on-base percentage. The Kennesaw State signee recorded 32 hits, three home runs and 19 RBI.
1B Isaiah Gilliam, Parkview (Lilburn), 6-3, Sr.
Gilliam led his team in home runs (9) and RBI (32) while finishing second with a .383 batting percentage. He saved his best for the postseason, hitting .448 with five homers and 15 RBI in nine playoff games as he helped the Panthers (29-7) to the Class AAAAAA state semifinals.
2B Alonzo Jones, Columbus, 5-10, Jr.
One of the fastest prospects in the country, Jones has been timed at 6.33 in the 60. Jones is considered one of the top 25 prospects in the class of 2015.
SS Montrell Marshall, South Gwinnett (Snellville), 6-5, Sr.
Selected in the 12th round by the Reds, Marshall may project at 3B in his professional career, but in high school he performed as the top shortstop in the state.
OF Daz Cameron, Eagles Landing Christian Academy (McDonough), 5-9, Jr.
Already being discussed as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 MLB draft, Cameron continued his outstanding play with a .390 batting average, .523 on-base percentage, 37 runs, 32 hits, six home runs, 26 RBI and 11 stolen bases.
OF Blake Jackson, Houston County (Warner Robins), 6-1, Sr.
A Georgia Tech signee, Houston hit .500 and 11 home runs to propel Houston County to the Class AAAAA state championship.
OF Jahmai Jones, Wesleyan (Norcross), 6-0, Jr.
Considered a potential first-round draft pick in the 2015 MLB draft, Jones led Wesleyan with a .467 batting average and 10 home runs.
P Blake Cairnes, Hiram (Douglasville), 6-2, Sr.
P AJ Moore, Mountain View (Lawrenceville), 6-3, Sr.
C Michael Curry, Gainesville, 5-11, Sr.
1B Brandt Stallings, King’s Ridge Christian (Alpharetta), 6-4, Sr.
2B Ryan Gridley, Milton, 5-9, Sr.
SS Grayson Byrd, King’s Ridge Christian (Alpharetta), 6-3, Sr.
3B Blake Jackson, Houston County (Warner Robins), 6-1, Sr.
OF Seth Beer, Lambert (Suwanee), 6-3, So.
OF Kel Johnson, Palmetto, 6-3, Sr.
OF Will Benson, Westminster (Atlanta), 6-5, So.