SEC Baseball Player of the Year Award Power Rankings

It is one month into the SEC baseball season. With players like Charlie Condon and Jac Caglianone taking center stage, we explore the player power rankings so far this season.

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10. RHP Luke Holman (LSU)

While it has proven nearly impossible for a pitcher to win SEC Player of the Year (a true-pitcher at least), Holman is having the start to the season that could thrust him into those conversations. The Alabama transfer has been nothing short of un-hittable through his first three starts to the season for LSU. He currently has an unblemished 0.00 ERA and a 3-0 record across 18 innings in his first 3 starts on the year. He has an absurd 30:2 K:BB ratio and is allowing opposing hitters to hit just .133 against him.

LSU currently sits 11-1 on the year, are ranked No. 3 in the nation according to D1Baseball, and play Xavier this weekend.

9. OF Ethan Petry (South Carolina)

While his elite Freshman season in 2023 was overshadowed by Charlie Condon, Petry has kept things going so far in 2024. So far for the season, he's hitting .333 with 5 HR, one double, 9 RBI, and 14 runs scored. He also has a .744 slugging percentage and a .544 OBP (1.288 OPS). Petry is also tied for 2nd in the SEC with 13 walks on the season.

South Carolina currently sits 9-3 on the year, are ranked No. 21 in the country this week, and play Longwood in their final non-conference weekend series of the year this weekend.