Top High School Baseball Players state-by-state for 2016 from CBS/MaxPreps:The kid of Karl(Hess) makes the list

Posted by Andy Durham on January 27, 2016 at 11:22 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

*****The top player right here from our state(Spencer Brickhouse, Bunn, N.C./6-3, 220, Infield) and the only name that I recognized on this list was Zack Hess, from Liberty Christian High School in Lynchburg, Virginia and he is the son of Karl Hess, former ACC basketball official/referee and pretty well-known across the nation for officiating basketball games….Zack Hess, the son of Karl Hess, is a 6’6 infielder….Karl Hess is only 5’11….(A guard back in his day.)*****

North Carolina
Spencer Brickhouse, Bunn, 6-3, 220, Infield

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Alabama
Brax Garrett, Florence, 6-3, 190, Pitcher

Alaska
Nathan Bonck, Ketchikan, 6-5, 195, Pitcher

Arizona
Nick Brueser, Hamilton (Chandler), 6-2, 190, 1B/Outfield, Junior

Arkansas
Kasey Ford, Bentonville, 6-5, 220, Pitcher

California
Blake Rutherford, Chaminade (West Hills), 6-2, 190, Outfield

Colorado
Bo Weiss, Regis Jesuit (Aurora), 6-3, 180, Pitcher

Connecticut
Jimmy Titus, East Catholic (Manchester), 6-0, 185, Infield

Delaware
Brandon Fraley, Caravel (Bear), 6-0, 190, Pitcher, Junior

Florida
Austin Bergner, Windermere Prep (Windermere), 6-4, 190, Pitcher

Georgia
Joshua Lowe, Pope (Marietta), 6-3, 210, 3B

Hawaii
Matthew Yokota, Kamehameha (Honolulu), 5-8, 180, Outfield

Idaho
Parker Price, Timberline (Boise), 5-10, 175, Infield

Illinois
Tyler Fitzgerald, Rochester, 6-3, 185, Infield

Indiana
T.J. Collett, Terre Haute North Vigo, 6-1, 215, Catcher

Kansas
Riley Pint, Aquinas (Overland Park), 6-4, 195, Pitcher

Kentucky
Jaren Shelby, Tates Creek (Lexington), 5-11, 185, Outfield

Louisiana
Daniel Cabrera, John Curtis Christian (River Ridge), 6-1, 185, Outfield/Pitcher, Junior

Maine
Connor Aube, Falmouth, 5-11, 175, Outfield

Maryland
Tyler Blohm, Archbishop Spalding (Severn), 6-1, 180, Pitcher

Massachusetts
Jackson Gillis, Wilmington, 6-3, 225, Pitcher

Michigan
Karl Kauffmann, Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills), 6-2, 200, Pitcher

Minnesota
Nick Hanson, Prior Lake, 6-6, 210, Infield

Mississippi
Jason Barber, Oxford, 6-0, 190, Pitcher

Missouri
Jake Matheny, Westminster Christian (St. Louis), 6-2, 190, Catcher

Nebraska
Cole Stobbe, Millard West (Omaha), 6-1, 180, Infield

Nevada
Nick Quintana, Arbor View (Las Vegas), 5-11, 185, Infield

New Hampshire
Kobie Taylor, Portsmouth, 6-0, 175, Outfield

New Jersey
Jason Groome, Barnegat, 6-5, 200, Pitcher

New Mexico
Nathaniel Garley, Eldorado (Albuquerque), 6-3, 225, Pitcher

New York
Ian Anderson, Shenendehowa (Clifton Park), 6-3, 170, Pitcher

North Carolina
Spencer Brickhouse, Bunn, 6-3, 220, Infield

North Dakota
Jaxon Ford, Bismarck, 5-11, 170, Outfield

Ohio
Tyler Duvall, Lebanon, 5-11, 190, Catcher

Oklahoma
Dalton Reed, Roff, 6-3, 225, Third Base

Oregon
Tim Tawa, West Linn, 5-11, 165, Junior, Outfield

Pennsylvania
Alex Kirilloff, Plum (Pittsburgh), 6-2, 195, First Base

Rhode Island
Dante Baldelli, Bishop Hendricken (Warwick), 6-3, 155, Outfield

South Carolina
Grant Bodison, Mauldin, 6-3, 195, Shortstop

South Dakota
Nolan Burchill, Lincoln (Sioux Falls), 6-2, 170, Pitcher

Tennessee
Duncan Pence, Farragut (Knoxville), 6-2, 180, Shortstop

Texas
Forrest Whitley, Alamo Heights (San Antonio), 6-7, 250, Pitcher

Utah
Payton Henry, Pleasant Grove, 6-2, 215, Catcher

Vermont
Will Hesslink, Rice Memorial (South Burlington), 6-1, 195, Pitcher

Virginia
Zack Hess, Liberty Christian (Lynchburg), 6-6, 175, Infield

Washington
Christian Jones, Federal Way, 6-2, 195, First Base

West Virginia
Druw Bowen, George Washington (Charleston), 6-3, 205, Pitcher

Wisconsin
Gavin Lux, Indian Trail (Kenosha), 6-2, 175, Shortstop

Jim Stout
Media Manager, Eastern U.S.


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