Kevin Parada: Catcher, Georgia Tech
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have a really good catcher sitting behind home plate in Kevin Parada. He’s reliable and solid behind the plate. He’s got a pretty good arm that allows him to throw guys out.
On top of that, Parada is also a really solid hitter that is continuing to improve. With a .340 batting average over his college career, Parada has demonstrated that he’s able to get contact consistently. Parada has hit 14 home runs at Georgia Tech and five of those have come this season.
Robert Moore: Second base, Arkansas
In the COVID-19-shortened 2020 college baseball season, Robert Moore’s freshman season with the Razorbacks, he ended up with a .318 batting average and a couple of home runs. Getting 20 hits in 63 at-bats isn’t bad at all.
During his second season with the Arkansas Razorbacks, Moore had a bit of a breakthrough and thrived during a remarkable season for a remarkable team. Moore recorded a .283 batting average, had 16 home runs, and even managed to steal six bases.
Moore is solid and he’s been able to develop and grow and improve since getting to Fayetteville. He’s already showing that he’s a solid hitter and has a .977 fielding percentage. Moore could definitely be very valuable for any team that wants a talented infielder on their roster.