LSU baseball 2006 Signees

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  1. Adam4848

    Adam4848 Freshman

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    Can anyone give me any scoop on the new players coming in?
    Like player info and stats.

    I'm aware we have studs like Ryan Adams, T.J. Forrest, Stephen King, etc... including lots of pitchers but will they be able to replace the bunches of seniors we are losing next year?

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    Ryan Adams INF R-R 5-11 175 Fr. Mandeville, La. (Jesuit HS)
    Shane Ardoin P L-L 6-1 155 Fr. Ville Platte, La. (Sacred Heart HS)
    Ragan Baker P R-R 6-4 200 Fr. Shreveport, La. (Evangel HS)
    Kellen Bozeman P/INF R-R 5-10 170 Fr. Baton Rouge, La. (Parkview Baptist HS)
    Jared Bradfor P R-R 6-2 175 Jr. Hueytown, Ala. (Shelton State CC)
    Blake Dean P/OF L-L 6-1 180 Fr. Crestview, Fla. (Crestview HS)
    T.J. Forrest P R-R 6-5 165 Fr. Benton, La. (Haughton HS)
    Troy Grundy P R-R 6-1 200 Jr. Helper, Utah (College of Southern Idaho)
    Lee Hayde OF L-R 5-11 170 Fr. Reserve, La. (Riverside Academy)
    Matt Jackson P R-R 6-3 170 Fr. Haughton, La. (Haughton HS)
    Jamie Johnson OF/P L-R 5-9 174 Fr. Calhoun, La. (West Ouachita HS)
    Stephen King INF R-R 6-3 193 Fr. Orlando, Fla. (Winter Park HS)
    Jason Lewis UTIL R-R 5-10 200 Jr. Crawfordville, Fla. (Chipola JC)
    Milton Loo INF R-R 6-0 175 Jr. Molokai, Hi. (Yavapai JC)
    Sean Ochinko C R-R 5-10 195 Fr. Parkland, Fla. (Douglas HS)
    Jacob Rhodes 1B R-R 6-3 215 Fr. Haughton, La. (Haughton HS)
    Ryan Schimpf INF L-R 5-10 180 Fr. Covington, La. (St. Paul’s HS)
    Tony Sedlmeyer P R-R 6-1 195 Fr. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Snider HS)
    Toddrick Stevenson OF R-R 5-9 175 Fr. Walker, La. (Walker HS)
    Kye Wilson P R-R 6-1 220 Fr. Wisner, La. (Franklin Parish HS)
     
  2. JVincent25

    JVincent25 Freshman

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    Anyone know what rounds Adams and King will be going in?
     
  3. Adam4848

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    I heard....

    Ryan Adams 1st Round
    Stephen King 3rd Round

    Is there any chance that they would stay:eek:ldskule:
     
  4. JVincent25

    JVincent25 Freshman

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    LOL nope.
     
  5. Adam4848

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    i found this on a website I don't have a link....

    though whats the point of signing if your going in the first round?
    The scout he wrote this predicts him staying at least two years:D

    SS Ryan Adams - 6'0" 190, R/R, Jesuit HS, Mandeville LA
    College commitment - Louisiana State
    Adams is a baller and is the type of player you just get the feeling will play for a long time. If he does get to LSU, look for him to be a multiple time All-American and then a top round pick after his junior year. Jupiter was my first look at Adams and there were many things I saw him do that I liked, and some were not simply related to his tools, which are strong.

    It is acknowledged that Adams is one of the most offensive middle infielders in the nation and I agree. He has a quick bat and is aggressive with some pop to all fields. On top of his ability with the bat, he is a smart hitter. I saw him get beat in one at-bat by a two-strike slider and then in his next at-bat, he looked slider in the same two-strike situation and drove a triple over the right fielders head when he got it.

    That stuff is the sign of a player who understands the game, makes adjustments from at-bat to at-bat, and can execute a plan. Not only is Adams a talented and smart hitter, he also showed patience at the plate by working the pitcher for a big walk late in a very tight game. Too many young hitters let tight situations beat them by expanding the zone. Adams does not look the type of player that does that. Adams is a good runner (saw 4.39-4.42 home to first) so with the pop in his bat, he is going to hit a lot of doubles and triples, in both college and someday in pro ball.

    He is also a quality defensive player, which enhances his offensive abilities that much more. Similar to another top middle infielder from last year (David Adams), Adams is getting a lot of attention for his all-around baseball ability and will be spoken of as a potential upper round pick. When it came down to it, David Adams was too tough to sign and honored his college commitment to Virginia. It remains to be seen what the future holds for Ryan Adams.
     
  6. JVincent25

    JVincent25 Freshman

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    You have to stay 3 years.
     
  7. Adam4848

    Adam4848 Freshman

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    no problem:thumb:

    they have them listed for all the sec schools at secsports.com
     
  8. tiger777

    tiger777 Freshman

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    2 not 3.
     
  9. JVincent25

    JVincent25 Freshman

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    Since when?
     
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    once you step foot in your first class at college, you have to stay through your junior year or until you turn 21, if you do so before the MLB draft.... the same way it should be in every sport, especially basketball...
     

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