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Knights’ Shortstop Brooks Lee Of Cal Poly Named Perfect Game’s Top WCL Prospect

Knights’ Shortstop Brooks Lee of Cal Poly named Perfect Game’s Top WCL Prospect

Perfect Game released its top 25 prospects list for the West Coast League today, which included 8 Knights.

The top two prospects were Corvallis Knights with incoming frosh shortstop Brooks Lee sitting in the top spot with Frosh All-American Alex Williams of Stanford rated the league’s #2 prospect.

Other Knights ranked were WCL MVP Briley Knight of Utah at #4, first-team all-WCL utility man Michael Curialle of UCLA at #7, WCL batting champion Jake Holcroft of Portland at #8, first-team all-WCL relief pitcher William Kempner of Gonzaga at #14, hard-throwing right-handed pitcher Kevin West of UC Riverside at #19 and WCL Pitcher of the Year Tevita Gerber of Dixie State at #24.

West and Gerber will be seniors this spring; Lee, Curialle, Holcroft and Kempner will be freshman (Holcroft being a redshirt frosh) and Williams and Knight will both be sophomores.

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To review Perfect Game’s complete prospect list you must be a subscriber. This year’s top 25 list/story was researched and written by former Wenatchee AppleSox first baseman Connor Spencer, who played for current Knights’ associate head coach Ed Knaggs while with the Sox (2013).

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