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RE: 2021-2022 baseball
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MLB Draft picks among NC programs since 2010
1. UNC 62
2. NC State 55
3. UNCW 39
4. ECU 38
5. Wake Forest 37
6. Duke 33
7. Elon 27
8. UNCG 20
07-11-2021 07:15 PM
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Surprised to see us ahead of EZ


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(07-11-2021 09:24 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  Surprised to see us ahead of EZ

To be fair, and I could be wrong, I think those numbers only include the players who actually played at each program. If players who committed to the school but never made it to campus due to getting drafted and signed out of HS were counted, ECU would pull ahead. Not that that should matter a whole lot.
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(07-11-2021 11:15 PM)Seahawk Nation 08 Wrote:  
(07-11-2021 09:24 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  Surprised to see us ahead of EZ

To be fair, and I could be wrong, I think those numbers only include the players who actually played at each program. If players who committed to the school but never made it to campus due to getting drafted and signed out of HS were counted, ECU would pull ahead. Not that that should matter a whole lot.

Either way, it speaks to the talent level we have gotten and how similar were are to a very good EZU program. We're on the verge.
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Landen Roupp just got taken by the Giants in the 12th round, the 356th overall selection.

1st CAA player selected so far (I believe)
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Roupp to Giants in round 12.
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(07-13-2021 11:39 AM)FLHawk Wrote:  Roupp to Giants in round 12.

Adam Smith to Padres in round 14.

No sign of Arendt or Gair yet which is a good sign
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(07-13-2021 12:13 PM)FLHawk Wrote:  
(07-13-2021 11:39 AM)FLHawk Wrote:  Roupp to Giants in round 12.

Adam Smith to Padres in round 14.

No sign of Arendt or Gair yet which is a good sign

Brooks Baldwin joins Roupp with the Giants. Round 15.
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Now begs the question, the three drafted so far, as good as gone? Or think there is a shot to come back.
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Congrats to the guys who were drafted. Best of luck
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Not that I actually care, but since it was brought up... how many has ezu had drafted so far this year?
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(07-13-2021 04:43 PM)B_Hawk06 Wrote:  Not that I actually care, but since it was brought up... how many has ezu had drafted so far this year?

ECU had 3 as well:
  • RHP Gavin Williams - Indians (Rd 1, Pick 23 overall)
  • 2B Connor Norby - Orioles (Rd 2, Pick 41 overall)
  • 1B Thomas Francisco - Cardinals (Rd 19, Pick 571 overall)
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RE: 2021-2022 baseball
So let's re-calibrate now with the draft over.

Martin Gair not getting drafted and making it onto campus is pretty huge for us now that our pitching staff is kind of hitting the reset button with a lot of young arms. Perfect Game had him as the # 1 RHP prospect in the state and # 5 overall. It's no small thing to have him end up a Seahawk.

With Noah Bridges going undrafted I have to wonder if he'll be back or if he ends up signing somewhere as an undrafted free agent. We'll see.

Let's assume, for our purposes, that all 3 draftees are gone. In which case I happily congratulate Landen, Adam and Brooks and wish all of them the best of luck.

The aftermath of this would be that we lose our top 3 most used pitchers from last season, a trio who racked up 247.2 innings and 37 starts. We'd only have the following returners who started any games last season:
  • Ryan Calvert (9 starts): 1-2, 5.13 ERA, .272 BAA, 29 K's, 16 BB's, 26.1 innings
  • Jacob Shafer (5 starts): 1-1, 5.29 ERA, .316 BAA, 25 K's, 6 BB's, 32.1 innings
  • Ethan Chenault (1 start): 3-1, 4.03 ERA, .189 BAA, 24 K's, 10 BB's, 29.0 innings
  • Carter Holjes (2 starts): 0-2, 5.40 ERA, .280 BAA, 11 K's, 6 BB's, 13.1 innings

I don't if any or all of those will be considered for the weekend rotation next season, but that's your starting point when looking for weekend options on the current roster.

Offensively, if we lose Baldwin and Bridges, I suppose you're now looking at a starting OF that consists of Lifrieri, Marsh, and a question mark. Bridges returning would be huge to give us 3 quality returning starters there, especially since I don't know who will play CF otherwise.
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(07-13-2021 07:49 PM)Seahawk Nation 08 Wrote:  So let's re-calibrate now with the draft over.

Martin Gair not getting drafted and making it onto campus is pretty huge for us now that our pitching staff is kind of hitting the reset button with a lot of young arms. Perfect Game had him as the # 1 RHP prospect in the state and # 5 overall. It's no small thing to have him end up a Seahawk.

With Noah Bridges going undrafted I have to wonder if he'll be back or if he ends up signing somewhere as an undrafted free agent. We'll see.

Let's assume, for our purposes, that all 3 draftees are gone. In which case I happily congratulate Landen, Adam and Brooks and wish all of them the best of luck.

The aftermath of this would be that we lose our top 3 most used pitchers from last season, a trio who racked up 247.2 innings and 37 starts. We'd only have the following returners who started any games last season:
  • Ryan Calvert (9 starts): 1-2, 5.13 ERA, .272 BAA, 29 K's, 16 BB's, 26.1 innings
  • Jacob Shafer (5 starts): 1-1, 5.29 ERA, .316 BAA, 25 K's, 6 BB's, 32.1 innings
  • Ethan Chenault (1 start): 3-1, 4.03 ERA, .189 BAA, 24 K's, 10 BB's, 29.0 innings
  • Carter Holjes (2 starts): 0-2, 5.40 ERA, .280 BAA, 11 K's, 6 BB's, 13.1 innings

I don't if any or all of those will be considered for the weekend rotation next season, but that's your starting point when looking for weekend options on the current roster.

Offensively, if we lose Baldwin and Bridges, I suppose you're now looking at a starting OF that consists of Lifrieri, Marsh, and a question mark. Bridges returning would be huge to give us 3 quality returning starters there, especially since I don't know who will play CF otherwise.
I hear that Baldwin will most likely be back,will not sign unless the Giants up the offer big time. Gair was offered but not enough so he will be at UNCW.
If Gair has fastball command I would expect him to be a weekend starter from day one. Chenault and Hodges in that order with Gair after them but he could be the Friday night guy with his velo, in the CAA it would be a tough matchup . They also have some juco and transfer guys coming in along with RJ Sales to bolster the pitching staff. Really need a LHP in the mix as a starter but they are hard to come by at the CAA level. Maybe Phelan can help but his velo would have to bump up from his HS days.
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RE: 2021-2022 baseball
If the attached link is accurate, Hawks have 2 southpaws 90 MPH or higher. Go to 2021 recruits.

https://www.perfectgame.org/college/Coll...llege=1808
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(07-15-2021 06:17 AM)billthebighawksfan Wrote:  If the attached link is accurate, Hawks have 2 southpaws 90 MPH or higher. Go to 2021 recruits.

https://www.perfectgame.org/college/Coll...llege=1808

Hate to disappoint but there is literally no way these guys throw 90mph-zero chance. I saw Phelan twice this past year in HS and he was 84-87 early and 82-84 in the 5th inning both times. The other kid pitched at Ft.Myers and they have him mixed up with another guy there,he is about the same velo as Phelan -85 or so.
The RHPs coming in do throw hard and they could help immediatley-Gair,Sales and Taylor are all over 90 and Gair is 95 all day.
PG does a great job but they are not perfect in spite of the name !
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(07-13-2021 01:07 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  Now begs the question, the three drafted so far, as good as gone? Or think there is a shot to come back.

Smith signed for 125k
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(07-21-2021 02:25 PM)FLHawk Wrote:  
(07-13-2021 01:07 PM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  Now begs the question, the three drafted so far, as good as gone? Or think there is a shot to come back.

Smith signed for 125k

Geez, that's too bad. One more year he would have likely been able to top that
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Incoming recruit at Catcher, Bryan Arendt, is legit. He's on the Wake Forest Fungo this summer and they came to Wilmington to play the Sharks last week. He has a cannon for an arm and a good looking swing. I don't have any summer stats on him, unfortunately, since those are hidden behind a paywall on the team website.

Arendt is ranked the # 7 catcher in the state by Perfect Game and they appear to be underrating him. Look for him to immediately push Suggs for the starting job.
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(07-13-2021 07:49 PM)Seahawk Nation 08 Wrote:  So let's re-calibrate now with the draft over.

Martin Gair not getting drafted and making it onto campus is pretty huge for us now that our pitching staff is kind of hitting the reset button with a lot of young arms. Perfect Game had him as the # 1 RHP prospect in the state and # 5 overall. It's no small thing to have him end up a Seahawk.

With Noah Bridges going undrafted I have to wonder if he'll be back or if he ends up signing somewhere as an undrafted free agent. We'll see.

Let's assume, for our purposes, that all 3 draftees are gone. In which case I happily congratulate Landen, Adam and Brooks and wish all of them the best of luck.

The aftermath of this would be that we lose our top 3 most used pitchers from last season, a trio who racked up 247.2 innings and 37 starts. We'd only have the following returners who started any games last season:
  • Ryan Calvert (9 starts): 1-2, 5.13 ERA, .272 BAA, 29 K's, 16 BB's, 26.1 innings
  • Jacob Shafer (5 starts): 1-1, 5.29 ERA, .316 BAA, 25 K's, 6 BB's, 32.1 innings
  • Ethan Chenault (1 start): 3-1, 4.03 ERA, .189 BAA, 24 K's, 10 BB's, 29.0 innings
  • Carter Holjes (2 starts): 0-2, 5.40 ERA, .280 BAA, 11 K's, 6 BB's, 13.1 innings

I don't if any or all of those will be considered for the weekend rotation next season, but that's your starting point when looking for weekend options on the current roster.

Offensively, if we lose Baldwin and Bridges, I suppose you're now looking at a starting OF that consists of Lifrieri, Marsh, and a question mark. Bridges returning would be huge to give us 3 quality returning starters there, especially since I don't know who will play CF otherwise.

Bridges and Suggs are now playing in the Cape.....hearing both talked with teams but have decided to come back!!!
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