PBR Alabama Players of the Week: February 22-27


PBR Alabama Staff

The high school baseball season is now in full swing across the state as teams begin the process of preparing for area play and possible state playoffs. The spring season ramped up in Week 2 as most teams were able to play more games during the past week. Once again, we appreciate the high school coaches that submitted nominations for the "PBR Alabama Players of the Week". This week we have 10 "Positional Players", 2 "Pitcher Only's" and 5 players recognized as "Two Way Players" that have earned recognition this week. Take a look at who those players are: 

 

PBR ALABAMA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

 

Positional Players:

+ Slate Alford (2021, 3B, Bob Jones) The Mississippi State signee makes it two weeks in a row on the list as he had an impressive week for the Patriots. The senior hit for .500 (8-16) with 1 2B and 3 HRs. Alford also drove in 11 runs and also scored 8 runs. Alford also attended the Super 60 a few weeks back. 

+ Brandon Cain (2022, INF/OF, Baker) The junior, who can play both infield and outfield, continues to produce for the Hornets. For the week, Cain was 5-12 with 2 HRs and 5 RBIs. He also scored 5 runs during the week. 

Logan Collins (2022, SS, Smiths Station) Collins is a slick fielding shortstop that is committed to Wofford and this week's production proves why. He was 8-13 for the Panthers this with 3 2Bs and 1 3B. He also waked 3 times and drove in 8 runs. 

Brodie Dodson (2022, INF/RHP, Faith Christian) The junior accomplished a rare feat this week as he hit for the cycle in Faith Christian's 22-11 victory over Coosa Christian. He singled in the 1st inning and had both a triple and double in the third inning and then finished things off with a homerun in the fourth inning. 

+ Jake Goolsby (2021, 1B, Springville) Goolsby had a very productive week with the bat as he went 9-15 on the week. These 9 hits included 3 2Bs and 1 HR. The homerun was a big one as it tied things up in the 6th inning in a game vs. Moody that Springville eventually went on to win. 

Devin Howell (2023, OF, Ohatchee) The sophomore continues a sizzling start to the 2021 season as he hit just under .500 for the week, going 6-14. This included 2 2Bs with 4 RBIs and 6 runs scored. Howell also showed off his speed by stealing 4 bases during the week. 

Hunter Sute (2021, C, American Christian Academy) The Alabama baseball signee had a monster week for ACA. For the week, Sute hit .692 with 1 HR, 1 3B and 3 2Bs. He also drove in 10 runs while playing stellar defense behind the plate. 

+ Nick Wilson (2022, INF/C, Pell City) Wilson is a junior that can play a number of different positions for Pell City and he handles the bat as well, evidenced by his numbers this week. He was 8-12 with 3 2Bs while driving in 5 runs and scoring 3 runs as well. 

Mason Mann  (2021, 1B, Priceville) Mann has made a name for himself with the bat and this week once again proved why. The Wallace Hanceville signee was 6-11 on the week with 1 2B and 4 RBIs. He also scored 4 runs and had 2 stolen bases. 

+ Sean Agsalud (2021, OF, Hoover) The senior had an impressive week for the 7A Bucs. The uncommmitted senior was 4-6 on the week but that included 2 HRs (oneo of which was a grand slam). Agsalud also drove in 8 runs. 

 

Pitcher Only:

+ Walker Stallworth (2021, RHP, Pike Liberal Arts) The Southern Union CC signee had a dominant performance on Saturday vs. Bessemer Academy. Stallworth threw a complete game no hitter with 10 Ks and only 1 BB (off of a full count). He did not allow any runs and has enjoyed a great start to the 2021 season. 

+ Andrew Floyd (2022, RHP, Chelsea) It is hard to top what Floyd did on the mound during the week. The junior pitched a total of 5 2/3 innings for the week over three appearances, earning 1 win and 2 saves. He did not allow a hit or walk anyone all week, while racking up 10 Ks. One of the top uncommitted arms in the AL '22 class. 

 

Two Way Players:

+ Bryce Sanders (2022, OF/LHP, Central Phenix City) Like Alford, Sanders finds his name on the list for a second consecutive week after continuing to produce for the Red Devils. Offensively Sanders was 6-11 (.545 BA) with 4 RBIs. On the mound, the southpaw was 1-0 with 6 Ks and only allowed two hits and one run. 

+ Samuel Dutton (2021, OF/RHP, Westbrook Christian) Dutton returns to the list after appearing on it multiple times over the last few years. The LSU signee was 5-7 with 1 2B and 1 HR to go along with 5 RBIs. On the mound, he tossed a 5 inning complete game no hitter vs. 4A Jacksonville. He struck out 8 hitters and only issued 1 BB 

+ Ayden Amis (2022, SS/RHP, Andalusia) The Troy University commit had a stellar week both offensively and on the mound. The junior shortstop was 8-11 with 4 RBIs while swiping 2 bases. On the mound he was 1-0 (4 IP) with 5 Ks and was part of a combined no-hitter vs. Opp.  

+ Ellis Yohn (2021, UTL/RHP, Smiths Station) Like Dutton, Yohn returns to the list again after appearing multiple times in years past. The former Future Games participant was 5-8 with the bat this week that included 2 2Bs, 1 3B and 7 RBIs. He also drew 5 BBs. The UT Martin signee was equally as good on the mound going 2-0 on the week. He thew 11 innings and only allowed 1 earned run while while striking out 10 hitters and only allowing 4 hits. 

+ Avery Seaton (2021, OF/RHP, Madison Academy) Seaton had as good of a week as anyone. Offensively, the senior was 6-11 for the Mustangs with 2 2Bs and 1 3B while driving in 7 runs. Two of those basehits were of the walk off variety. On the mound he was 1-0 with 4 innings pitched. He struck out 9 hitters and did not allow an earned run. Seaton has signed with Alabama A&M University where he will play both baseball and foorball (QB) for the Bulldogs. 


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