|Luke Alexander||Middle Infield||58||21||8||2||3||15||.362|
|Austin Riley||Third Base/Catcher||88||42||6||1||6||25||.477|
|Noah Hughes||Third Base||92||33||9||1||3||37||.359|
Hunter Stovall, who has a cannon for an arm, threw out all but 3 base-stealers this season. Offensively, he struck out just 6 times in 129 at-bats. His on-base percentage was .511. Although catchers aren't known as fleet-foot athletes, Stovall is not your typical catcher because he stole over 30 bases this season. Like the other six 2015 commitments, Stovall will be playing for the Dulins Dodgers this summer.
Luke Alexander had an on-base percentage of .586 this year. Although he is a switch-hitter, he is a natural right-hand hitter. This past season he only hit from the right side four at-bats. Despite that, he still hit .362 during the season. He will be playing for the Milwaukee Brewers Scout team this coming fall. He will be joined by two other MSU 2015 commitments, Jake Mangum and Austin Riley.
On a team loaded with D-I signees and commitments (3 MSU, 3 Ole Miss, 1 Memphis), Austin Riley leads his team with an OBP of .593. He has only struck out 9 times in 113 at-bats. Riley has 6 home runs this season, with 4 of the 6 coming in the last 7 games. Pitching-wise, teams are only hitting .160 against him.
Keegan James, who plays on the same high school team as Riley and 2015 MSU commitment Brant Blaylock, has seen his batting average improve from .219 last season to .316 this season. His ERA has decreased from 4.52 in 2013 to 1.65 in 2014.
Brant Blaylock's batting average of .410 is the third best batting average on Desoto Central's team, behind Ole Miss signee Clay Casey (.511) and MSU commit Austin Riley (.477). His 4 triples is 2nd best on the team, behind Casey's 5 triples. The speedy Blaylock has stolen 12 bases in 13 attempts this season.
Jake Mangum's on-base percentage is .566. In 104 total at-bats he has struck out just 2 times. As a leadoff hitter, he has reached base 22 of 29 times, which is an on-base percentage of .759. With runners in scoring position, he is batting .480 this season (12-of-25). A speedy baserunner, he has stolen 15 bases in 15 attempts this season. Pitching-wise, of the 66 batters that he has faced this season, 36 struck out. Teams are only hitting .160 against him.
Noah Hughes has started 11 games this season, completing 10 of them. Teams are hitting .196 against him. With runners on base, he has allowed a batting average of .177. His groundball outs to flyball outs is 0.5 (34 FO, 75 GO). Of this 213 outs this season, 171 have been by either ground balls or strikeouts (a percentage of 80%). Hughes, in his 11 starts, has thrown 4 three-hitters this season.