10. Grant Rogers, McNeese
One of the under-the-radar arms of this season, the McNeese ace has put together one of the best seasons in college baseball behind his 10-1 record on the year. Rogers has built on a 2022 campaign that saw him feature a 4.26 ERA, now flashing a 2.06 ERA on the year in over 90 innings pitched. Rogers has done a great job limiting Southland Conference competition during the season while notching a career-high 80 strikeouts in 13 starts. After winning the conference’s Pitcher of the Year award in 2022, Rogers’ 2023 season should have him on pace for a repeat performance.
After 3️⃣ in Demon Land.
Here’s strikeout numbers three for @Grant_Rogers10
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— McNeese Baseball (@McNeeseBaseball) May 13, 2023