2013-14 ALL-USA North Carolina Baseball Team

2013-14 ALL-USA North Carolina Baseball Team

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2013-14 ALL-USA North Carolina Baseball Team

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COACH OF THE YEAR 

Brad Bullard, West Forsyth (Clemmons)
In his first season at the helm of the Titans, Bullard led his squad to the 4A state championship.

FIRST TEAM

1B Braxton Davidson(PLAYER OF THE YEAR), T.C. Roberson (Asheville), 6-3, Sr.
The North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year maintained a batting average of .462 with 20 RBI, 34 runs, 14 stolen bases and five homers. Has signed with Atlanta Braves after being drafted No. 32.

P Connor Johnson, East Rowan (Salisbury), 5-11, Sr.
The southpaw compiled a 10-0 record with two saves while striking out 114 in 80 innings and maintaining a 1.14 ERA.

P Michael Bates, West Forsyth (Clemmons), 6-2, Sr.
The senior hurler posted an 11-2 record – including six complete games – while maintaining a 1.19 ERA and recording over 100 strikeouts.

C Brad Debo, Orange (Hillsborough), 6-0, So.
The Big 8 3A Conference Player of the Year posted a .534 batting average while recording nine doubles, four triples, four home runs and 38 RBI. Debo threw out 10-of-15 potential base-stealers from behind the plate.

2B Brett Daniels, Fuquay-Varina, 6-0, Sr.
The Southwest Wake Athletic Conference Player of the Year batted .464 while collecting 12 doubles, two home runs and a triple. Daniels also drove in 24 runs.

SS Alec Allred, Faith Christian (Ramseur), 6-0, Sr.
Allred boasted a .585 batting average and a .703 on-base percentage while tallying 35 RBI and 47 runs scored in 23 games played.

3B Spencer Brickhouse, Bunn, 6-3, So.
The corner infielder maintained a .548 batting average and a .628 on-base percentage while recording 42 RBI and 26 runs scored.

OF Jordan Maye,Franklin Academy (Wake Forest), 6-2, Sr.
The team captain led the conference in every offensive category except home runs. Maye boasted a .528 batting average, a .671 on-base percentage and shattered the school’s career record for stolen bases by swiping 144 bags.

OF Justin Baker, Hough (Cornelius), 6-2, Sr.
The all-conference player broke the school’s single-season records for batting average, hits and on-base percentage.

OF Alex Destino, North Buncombe (Beaverville), 6-3, Sr.
Destino posted a batting average above .500 and led the state in home runs with 15.

SECOND TEAM

P Ryder Ryan, North Mecklenburg (Huntersville), 6-3, Sr.
P Hansen Butler, High Point Christian Academy, 5-11, Sr.
C Thomas Yoder, Green Hope (Cary), 6-1, Sr.
1B Conner Leonard, Reagan (Pfafftown), 6-2, Sr.
2B Tommy Dejuneas, Providence (Charlotte), 6-1, Sr.
SS Omar Rincon, Granville Central (Stem), 5-7, Sr.
3B Shane Shepard, Ashley (Wilmington), 6-1, Sr
OF Eric Jenkins, West Columbus (Cerro Cordo), 6-2, Jr.
OF Isiah White, Greenfield (Wilson), 5-11, Jr.
OF Stephen Scott, Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh), 5-10, Jr.

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