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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4. OF TJ McCants (Alabama)

Another transfer on this list, McCants (a transfer from Ole Miss) has quickly emerged as arguably Alabama's best hitter. He's currently hitting .404 (with a .936 Slugging %) with 6 Home Runs (T-3rd in SEC), 5 doubles, 1 triple, and 21 RBI (T-2nd in SEC) on the year.

He also has 4 stolen bases on the year and ranks third in the conference in total bases (44). As previously mentioned, Alabama is currently 11-1, are ranked No. 15 nationally, and play Lipscomb this weekend.

3. OF/RHP Braden Montgomery (Texas A&M)

The Stanford transfer has quickly proven that he can rake in the SEC just like he was able to out west. On the year so far, Montgomery is hitting .429 with a .952 slugging percentage and .564 OBP (1.516 OPS). He also leads the SEC in RBI with 23. He has hit 6 homers on the year as well to go along with two doubles and a triple. Montgomery's 23 RBI leads the SEC, and his slugging percentage is tied with teammate Jace Laviolette for 2nd in the conference.

Montgomery has made one pitching performance on the year, a relief appearance against Lamar, where he struck out a batter in a perfect inning of work.

As previously mentioned, A&M is currently 12-0, are ranked No. 7 nationally, and play Rhode Island this weekend.