Mack Draft: – Austin Wilson, Caleb Wallingford, Kevin McKague, Ryan Wright, and Andy Mee

Austin Wilson (Stanford)- is a 6’4 230 pound outfielder from Los Angeles, California where he attended Harvard Westlake High School. Wilson was considered one of the top high school outfielders in country but ended up sliding to the 12th round where he was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals. If he didn’t have such a strong commitment to the Cardinal, he would have been selected in the first or second rounds. –  

And it was in that “neighborhood” that young Caleb Wallingford honed his athletic skills, as a football and basketball player, but most importantly as a talented 6-foot-3, 190-pound left-hander pitcher. Talented enough, anyway, to earn a scholarship from Kansas State University where he’ll likely join the Wildcats and Coach Brad Hill next fall. On Sunday (Feb. 13), Caleb and his father, Scott Wallingford, were at Perfect Game USA’s headquarters here for the Perfect Game Pitcher/Catcher Indoor Showcase, a popular event that attracts many of the top prospects from around the Midwest, along with a nice gathering of professional scouts. –  

Kevin McKague: Sr. – RHP – Army – McKague is yet another two-way player on this list. He notched 13 saves with a 1.33 ERA in 17 appearances in 2010. The 6’5 right hander fanned 26 batters with seven walks in 20 1/3 innings, while also batting .331 with team-highs of eight home runs and 36 RBIs. He batted .389 and also posted seven saves as a sophomore in 2009 to help the Black Knights to the Austin NCAA Regional. The Fayetteville, NC native was also a Freshman All-American in 2008 with a save and hitting a school record 19 doubles. His low 90s fastball and splitter have helped him save 21 games heading into his senior season. –  

2B-SS-3B, Utility – Ryan Wright Louisville 6’1 195 R/R – had a great summer showing off his ML arm, aggressiveness and compact swing that will drive in runs as a 3 hole or 5-6 hole guy in the lineup. Where is he going to play? Preferably at 2B once he signs. He runs well underway, not a burner, more instinctive runner. Has quickness with his bat to generate 10-15 type HR power. Redbird program will be watched closely!  

Andy Mee – Florida Atlantic – Mee might fly a little below the radar for the Owls at FAU, but he is not only a good outfielder, but also one of the top two-way players in the country. After spending two years at Santa Fe College, Mee led his team with a .378 batting average and also tied for the Sun Belt Conference lead with 11 saves in 2010. Mee added eight home runs, 17 doubles, five triples, 55 RBIs, and 55 runs at the plate as well as a 2.96 ERA in 21 relief appearances and 24 1/3 innings on the mound. Mee also had a very good summer for the Mat-Su Miners of the Alaska League, batting .353 with a league-high 37 RBIs.-


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