College Baseball Prospect Update: PItchers – 3.10.12

Every weekend Prospect Junkies will be keeping tabs on the performances of the Top College Baseball Prospects and feeding their stats and our insights into one convenient place.
Southeastern Conference
Brian Johnson – LHP – Florida – Jr. 6IP 5H 3ER 0BB 6K. (W, 2-0).
Greg Larson – RHP – Florida – Sr. 2IP 1H 0ER 0BB 2K.
Daniel Gibson – LHP – Florida – So. 1IP 0H 0ER 0BB 1K.
Matt Price – RHP – South Carolina – Jr. 6IP 4H 1ER 1BB 6K. (W, 2-0).
Tyler Webb – LHP – South Carolina – Jr. 1.2IP 1H 0ER 1BB 2K. Through 7 appearances and 10.2IP, has not given up a run while only giving up 4 hits and striking out 13.
Forrest Koumas – RHP – South Carolina – So. .1.1IP 1H 0ER 0BB 1K. (S, 3).
DJ Baxendale – RHP – Arkansas – Jr. 5IP 6H 2ER 1BB 3K. (W, 5-0).
Ryan Eades – RHP – LSU – So. 8IP 10H 4ER 0ER 7K. (W, 3-1).
Jerad Grundy – LHP – Kentucky – Jr. 7.1IP 3H 0ER 0BB 7K. (W, 3-0).
Will Clinard – RHP – Vanderbilt – Jr. .2IP 0H 0ER 0BB 0K.

Atlantic Coast Conference
Andrew Smith – RHP – North Carolina – So. 0IP 0H 0ER 1BB 0K.
Daniel Gossett – RHP – Clemson – Fr. 1.1IP 0H 0ER 1BB 0K.
Scott Firth – RHP – Clemson – Jr. 0IP 0H 0ER 2BB 0K.
Carlos Rodon – LHP – NC State – Fr. 7IP 4H 1ER 2BB 6K. (W, 3-0). Freshman All American candidate with resume building win against #10 Georgia Tech.
Big 12 Conference
Jonathan Gray – RHP – Oklahoma – So. 7IP 8H 2ER 0BB 10K. (W, 2-2). Possible 1st round pick in 2013.
Dillon Overton – LHP – Oklahoma – So. 9IP 6H 1ER 0BB 6K. (W, 3-0).
Rob Zastryzny – LHP – Missouri – So. 6IP 5H 1ER 2BB 3K. (W, 2-1).
Pac 12 Conference
Brett Mooneyham – LHP – Stanford – Jr. 6IP 6H 3ER 4BB 9K. (W, 4-0).
Dean McArdle – RHP – Stanford – Jr. 2IP 4H 3ER 1BB 1K.
Brandon Bonilla – LHP – Arizona State – Fr. 1IP 0H 0ER 0BB 0K.
Konner Wade – RHP – Arizona – So. 5.1IP 9H 6ER 3BB 3K. (W, 3-0).
Nick Vander Tuig – RHP – UCLA – So. 6IP 6H 4ER 3BB 3K.
Scott Griggs – RHP – UCLA – Jr. 1.1IP 1H 1ER 2BB 3K. (S, 4).
Jake Reed – RHP – Oregon – Fr. 6.2IP 5H 1ER 3BB 3K. Tough loss for freshman against Oklahoma but pitched well.
Big East Conference
Dace Kime – RHP – Louisville – So. 3IP 1H 1ER 2BB 2K. Product of same High School as Chad Billingsley and Jon Neise.
Jeff Thompson – RHP – Louisville – So. 4IP 8H 5ER 1BB 3K.
Matt Koch – RHP – Louisville – Jr. 1IP 2H 0ER 0BB 1K.
Ryan Harvey – RHP – Seton Hall – Jr. 4.1IP 2H 0ER 2BB 8K.
Matt Carasiti – RHP – St. John’s – Jr. 5.2IP 6H 0ER 1BB 5K. (L, 0-2).
Conference USA
Austin Kubitza – RHP – Rice – So. 3IP 8H 7ER 1BB 4K. (L, 1-1). Against #2 Stanford.
John Simms – RHP – Rice – So. 2.2IP 3H 2ER 1BB 1K.
Eric Skoglud – LHP – Central Florida – Fr. 3IP 9H 1ER 1BB 1K.
Garrett Nuss – RHP – Central Florida – Fr. 4IP 0H 0ER 0BB 5K. (W, 1-0)
Big West Conference
Matt Anderson – RHP – Long Beach State – Jr. 6.1IP 8H 3ER 1BB 4K . (W, 1-0).
Alex Muren – RHP – Cal State Northridge – Jr. 7IP 8H 2ER 1BB 3K. (W, 3-1).
Mountain West Conference
Austin House – RHP – New Mexico – Jr. 9IP 9H 0ER 1BB 7K.
Zak Qualls – LHP – UNLV – Fr. 6.2IP 1H 0ER 1BB 5K. (W, 1-0).
Southern Conference
Lex Rutledge – LHP – Samford – Jr. 1IP 1H 0ER 0BB 2K.
David Whitehead – RHP – Elon – So. 2IP 0H 1ER 3BB 1K.
Northeast Conference
Dan Smith – LHP – Monmouth – Jr. 8IP 10H 5ER 2BB 3K.
Kevin McAvoy – RHP – Bryant – Fr. 3IP 6H 3ER 3BB 2K.
West Coast Conference
Michael Wagner – RHP – San Diego – So. 1IP 1H 0ER 1BB 1K.
Scott Frazier – RHP – Pepperdine – So. 9IP 6H 1ER 1BB 3K. (W, 2-2).
Western Athletic Conference
Esteban Guzman – RHP – San Jose State – Sr. 6IP 6H 2ER 3BB 8K.
Big Ten Conference
Tom Windle – LHP – Minnesota – So. 1.2IP 6H 2ER 3BB 2K. (L, 2-2).
Brandon Magallones – RHP – Northwestern – Fr. 2IP 3H 3ER 0BB 2K.
Matt Ogden – RHP – Michigan – Fr. 2IP 2H 3ER 4BB 1K. (L, 0-1).
Mid American Conference
Steve Weber – RHP – Eastern Michigan – Jr. 4IP 11H 6ER 1BB 2K. (L, 1-2).
Ben Dartnell – RHP – Eastern Michigan – Fr. 1IP 2H 1ER 1BB 1K.
Ryan Bores – RHP – Kent State – Jr. 5.1IP 10H 6Er 3BB 2K.
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2 thoughts on “College Baseball Prospect Update: PItchers – 3.10.12

  1. Ive have seen Dace Kime pitch and he has some of the best stuff I have sen in a college pitcher. I wish they televised more college baseball games so I could see these guys pitch more often.

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