Top 10 Viewed Player Profiles for 2014: No. 2- T.J. Collett

By Phil Wade

Indiana Executive Director

As we are coming to the end of another calendar year, we are going to countdown the top ten most viewed Indiana player profiles of 2014.  According to our research through our google analytics, these are the most viewed profiles by you the reader in 2014.

3. T.J. Collett

T.J. Collett
Terre Haute North's T.J. Collett was the second most viewed player in Indiana for 2014.  The 6-foot-1, 215 pound left-handed hitting catcher had a spectacular sophomore campaign leading the state in home runs (17), slugging percentage (1.333), on base percentage (.690) and finished second in the state in RBI (51). Collett helped lead Terre Haute North to a class 4A state runner-up finish and was also named first team All-State. The Kentucky commit is ranked No. 1 in Indiana's class of 2016 player rankings and No. 3 in PBR's overall class of 2016 rankings.  


Collett has a big, strong frame at 6-foot-1, 215 pounds and it shows up at the plate. The LHH takes a good, easy swing that produces raw power to all fields. Plus bat speed. Handles velocity very well. Collett isn’t a lock to stay behind the plate, but he has shown improvements back there. He is verbally committed to Kentucky.

2014 Top 10 Indiana Viewed Player Profiles