2017 State Draft Report: Ohio
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J.P. Sorma, 2B/SS/OF, Ashland (Ohio) Sorma didn't quite follow up his sensational sophomore season with Ashland, where he hit 17 home runs and slugging .695, but he still paced the team with seven homers and a .590 slugging percentage in what was a solid season, if somewhat disappointing relative to the standard he set for himself in 2016. Sorma runs well and can throw, but will be drafted based on his hitting ability, where he can hit for power and average, successfully using all fields.
2024 Players Who Impressed At The WWBA Championships
Breaking down the 2024 players who made a name for themselves at the WWBA underclass and sophomore championships in Fort Myers.
Austin Gridley, LHP, Northwest Ohio Gridely was sidelined in March, April and early with a back injury before returning right at the end of the Racers season. When healthy, he's a lefty who sits at 90-94 mph with a promising slider.