Prep Baseball Report

PBR OK All-State Team

Andy Urban
Oklahoma Scouting Director

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The 2018 spring high school season in Oklahoma generated some incredible individual moments and performances throughout all corners of the state. As the spring high school season comes to a close in most states across the country, Prep Baseball Report is excited to announce the players that emerged with the strongest statistical and overall performances for their teams regardless of class or division. The all-state team is not necessary a list of the most highly touted prospects from around the state, rather those who put up the most impressive statistical performances based on the competition they faced throughout the year. We would like to thank the each and every one of the large number of coaches that took the time to send us statistics. 

See OK Player Of The Year, Logan Glass, HERE.

Pitcher- Cole Fletcher, LHP/OF, Granite HS, Class B, 2019
The Seminole State commit went 9-1 on the year with two saves. He tosssed 55.2 innings and posted a microscopic 0.251 ERA by allowing only 15 hits, eight runs, two earned runs, and 20 walks while striking out a staggering 125 batters. 

Pitcher-Chandler Schapard, RHP/C, Class 4A, 2018
The Central Oklahoma commit went 8-1 with 2 saves this spring. The work horse tossed 63.2 innings and ended with an impressively low 0.66 ERA after allowing only 30 hits, for a BAA of .140, and six earned runs while striking out 104 hitters. 

Pitcher-Derek Bridges, LHP/1B, Duncan HS, Class 5A, 2019
The Wichita State commit put up a second jaw dropping statistical year in a row. The crafty left-hander earned a 0.71 ERA through 59 innings pitched. Bridges only allowed 30 hits, six earned runs, and an astoundingly low seven walks this spring to go along with 114 Ks.  

Pitcher-Nate Wohlgemuth, RHP/OF, Owasso HS, Class 6A, 2020
The uncommitted right-hander was a perfect 8-0 on the year with a 0.89 ERA. Possibly most impressive was that Wohlgemuth only allowed 13 hits through 46.2 innings for a BAA of 0.085. He also struck out 73 batters. 

Catcher-Kade Self, Shawnee HS, Class 5A, 2018
The physical Grayson CC commit nearly matched his impressive numbers from last year again this season. The right-handed hitter batted .505 and slugged .866 with 49 total hits, including 15 doubles, four triples, and four home runs. Self also posed a 0.614 OBP, 38 RBIs, 25 walks, and 12/12 in stolen bases. 

First Base-Jace Bohrofen, Westmoore HS, Class 6A, 2020
The uncommitted polished left-handed hitter with a pretty swing put up numbers to match this year. Bohrofen batted .504 and slugged .906 through 127 ABs with 15 doubles, three triples, and 10 home runs. Swinging in the middle of a potent offense, the sophomore also drove in 59 runs, scored 60, walked 20 times and only struck out 10 times while going 18/19 in stolen bases. 

Infield- DeCladio Irvin, SS, Midwest City HS, Class 6A, 2018
The Connors State commit was the heart and soul of the Midwest City lineup this year. The right-handed hitter batted .430 in 147 PA and 107 AB with 46 hits, including 10 doubles, two triples, and  eight home runs. Irvin also drove in 38 and scored 44 runs while walking 37 times and only striking out 14 to go along with 15 stolen bases. His posed a  .571 OBP, .785 SLG, and 1.356 OPS.

Infield-Cade Horton, SS, Norman HS, Class 6A, 2020
The Ole Miss commit lead the way for Norman on both sides of the ball this year. The right-handed hitter posed a .461 average with 12 doubles, four triples, and three home runs. He also drove in 30 runs and swiped 23 bases. 

InfieldJordan Compton, INF, Carl Albert HS, Class 5A, 2018
The Eastern Oklahoma commit was stellar with the bat, posting a .487 BA, .579 OBP, and a  .796 slugging percentage. The right-handed hitter had 55 hits, including 15 doubles, and six home runs. Compton also drove in 55 runs, scored 47 and went 15/18 in stolen bases.

OF-Logan Glass, OF, Mustang HS, Class 6A, 2019
The OK player of the year numbers can be seen here

OF-Brett Perry, OF, Mangum HS, Class 2A, 2019
The right-handed hitter posted a .533 BA by recording 47 hits through 85 ABs, including 8 doubles, three triples, and six home runs. The uncommitted OF also racked up 44 RBIs and 10 stolen bases. 

OF-Brett Smith, OF, Edmond North HS, Class 6A, 2018
The Seminole State commit led one of the top offenses in the state all year long by batting .444 with 48 hits in 108 ABs, including eight doubles, two triples and a home run. 

UTIL-Michelle Artzburger, OF/1B/LHP, MacArthur HS, Class 5A, 2019
The uncommitted 2019 did it all for MacArther this year playing centerfield, first base and going 9-2 on the mound with a 1.4 ERA. Offensively, the left-handed hitter posted a .464 BA with 45 hits in 97 ABs, including 14 doubles, three triples, five home runs, and 34 walks. Artzberger also racked up 50 RBIs and 48 runs scored. 

DH-Brooks Red, 1B/3B/RHP, Arapaho-Butler HS, Class A, 2018
Though the Southwestern Oklahoma State commit played a key roll defensively and on the mound for Arapaho-Butler this year, Red makes our list as a bat. The right-handed hitter batted a scalding .534 with seven doubles, five home runs, 24 walks, and 27 RBIs. Maybe most impressive though is that he only stuck out four times on the season.