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Antoine Duplantis

#20 | OF | MetsNYM
Brooklyn Cyclones Brooklyn Cyclones
Antoine Duplantis
Name: Antoine Gregory Duplantis
Born: Sep 9, 1996 in Lafayette, La. USA
College: Louisiana State
Ht.: 5'11" / Wt.: 180 lbs
Bats: L / Throws: L
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Drafted in the 12th round (358th overall) by the New York Mets in 2019 (signed for $85,000)
Much like Jake Mangum, Duplantis decided to turn down signing as a late-round pick (19th round to the Indians) to become an all-time great for Louisiana State. At the end of the Southeastern Conference tournament he was three hits shy of tying Eddy Furniss’ school career hits record. Duplantis has worn No. 8 for the past two years, the number given to LSU’s team leader. Being an LSU star is also a family tradition. His mother Helena was a heptathlete and volleyball player for the Tigers. His father Greg was an all-American pole vaulter for LSU. And his brother Mondo set the NCAA pole vaulting record with a 19-foot, 8 ¼ inch leap this year as a freshman for LSU. Duplantis is a great college player and he is an above-average runner, but he profiles as a backup outfielder in pro ball thanks to below-average power. He has a compact lefthanded swing which helps him project as an above-average hitter. He is an above-average defender in a corner, although his fringe-average arm is stretched in right field.
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