Alec Bohm Ranks No. 1 In Coastal Plain League Top Prospects

Summer College League Top Prospects

Alec Bohm

Alec Bohm hit 11 homers in the Coastal Plains League

Coastal Plain League Top Prospects
 Alec Bohm, 3b, Wilmington (So., Wichita State)
 Jameson Hannah, of, Savannah (So., Dallas Baptist)
 Barrett Loseke, rhp, Gastonia (So., Arkansas)
 Will Shepherd, of, Peninsula (Sr., Liberty)
 Hunter Dolshun, c, Fayetteville (Sr., Maryland-Baltimore County)
 Ryan Kelly, rhp, Wilmington (Sr., Saint Joseph's)
 Brady Feigl, rhp, Asheboro (R-So., Mississippi)
Luke Watts, rhp, Morehead City (Jr., Appalachian State)
 Dillon Stewart, of, Holly Springs (Sr., UNC Greensboro)
  Logan Moody, 1b/of, Savannah (So., Georgia)

SEE ALSO: Summer College League Top Prospects

Postseason Recap: The Peninsula Pilots came into the Petit Cup finals looking for their third trophy in four years, but that quest was squashed at the hands of the Savannah Bananas. In their inaugural season in the Coastal Plain League, the Bananas took home the league crown with a 9-7 victory over the Peninsula Pilots. With the series tied at one game apiece, the Bananas came out strong in game three as they broke open a five run lead by the third inning. The big blows came on back-to-back home runs in the second from Jameson Hannah (Dallas Baptist)—a three-run blast—and Rylan Bannon (Xavier). The Pilots did not go down quietly though, trading blows with Savannah the rest of the way to keep the game close until Ryan Flores (Richland (Texas) CC) came on to close it out.


1. Alec Bohm, 3b, Wilmington (So., Wichita State)

One of the top high school players out of Nebraska in 2015, Bohm nonetheless went undrafted and headed to Wichita State to sharpen his raw tools. Standing at 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, Bohm is a physical specimen but still moves well in the infield. The righthanded hitter has begun to refine his power, and it is translating into games. Bohm hit .303 with six home runs this spring as a true freshman at Wichita State, but has really found a power stroke with wood this summer. Bohm tore up the CPL to the tune of a .330/.407/.552 line with 11 home runs.

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