Center fielder Max White
White started the year at first base but finally found a home in center where he really ran the Sooner outfield. Not just did a make a number of nifty plays with his leather, but he led the Sooners offensively in a number of categories. White finished with a team-high .337 batting average and 55 RBI on a club that really struggled offensively throughout the course of the year. He had a club-leading 17 doubles, including 85 hits overall and 116 total bases.
The 6-foot-1, 203-pounder also pounded out a pair of homers and triples, while posting a .444 slugging percentage. White was third on the team with his 39 runs scored. But aside from all this production, he also provided leadership on a team that lost 10 guys to last year's MLB Draft. Midway through the year, OU was searching for a leader and definitely found one in White.
He's a huge part of the reason why the Sooners were once again able to win 40 games, the fourth such season in a row they've accomplished that feat.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's version of the postseason breakdown series.