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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8. 3B Gage Miller (Alabama)

Arguably the SEC's top newcomer from the JuCo ranks, Miller has been a key addition for the Tide. He is hitting .426 on the year with 5 HR's, two doubles, 18 RBI, and 19 runs scored on the year. He also has a .787 slugging percentage on the year to go along with a .500 OBP (1.287 OPS).

Miller is in the top-15 in the SEC in Average, Slugging, OBP, runs scored, HR, hits, RBI, and total bases. He also ranks second in the conference in hit-by-pitches, as he's already reached via the HBP 7 times this season.

Alabama sits 11-1 on the year, are ranked No. 15 nationally this week, and play Lipscomb this weekend.

7. C/DH Ike Irish (Auburn)

Ike Irish has not only been Auburn's best hitter this season, but one of the best in the SEC as a whole (and has arguably been the conference's best catcher so far). He is currently hitting .370 on the year with a .783 Slugging %, 5 HR's, two doubles, one triple, 16 RBI, and 16 runs scored. He also has a 1.246 OPS on the year.

Auburn currently sits 10-2 on the year, are currently ranked No. 19 in the country, and play Austin Peay this weekend.