Baxter: A look at the top high school softball players
02/23/2014 10:11 PM
02/24/2014 12:25 AM
Here’s a look at the Top 10 high school softball players in the state, regardless of classification.
|1. Abbey Cheek||3B||Chapman|
Power hitter is a Kentucky commit who could have gone anywhere in the country to play.
|2. Cayla Drotar||P||Hartsville|
Solid pitcher, committed to South Carolina and should have an immediate impact.
|3. Caroline Cash||CF||Dorman|
One of the state’s top female athletes; committed to South Carolina
|4. Amanda Storch||P||Mauldin|
Is a difference-maker as one of the top pitchers in the state; committed to USC Upstate.
|5. Aubry Rabun||C||Ashley Ridge|
Injured senior will not play this season, but is committed to South Carolina.
|6. Krystan White||SS||Chesterfield|
Solid middle infielder with a stick, committed to Winthrop
|7. Caitlyn Nolan||UT||Marlboro Co.|
Versatile player; committed to Virginia Tech.
|8. Jessica Roth||UT||Blythewood|
Another versatile utility player; committed to Winthrop.
|9. Haley Elkins||P/3B||Dutch Fork|
Top pitcher in the Midlands; committed to Charleston Southern.
|10. Camry Taylor||CF||Boiling Springs|
Led the state in home runs last season; committed to Limestone
OTHERS TO WATCH: (In no particular order)
|Webber Roberts||C||Boiling Springs|
Could be considered the best catcher in the state this year.
|Ansley Gilreath||IF||Blue Ridge|
10th-grader is being pursued by a long list of colleges.
10th-grader is drawing a lot of interest from colleges. She throws hard and has high spin rates
Committed to Furman; can fly.
Committed to the College of Charleston. Wagers has a big bat.
Committed to USC Upstate
Committed to College of Charleston
Committed to Furman
Committed to Winthrop
Committed to Erskine
Committed to Erskine
|Morgan Smith||C/3B||J.L. Mann|
Committed to SMC
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