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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2. 1B/LHP Jac Caglianone (Florida)

Speaking of Two-Way stars, there arguably isn't a more impactful two-way player in the country than Florida's Jac Caglianone. The 2023 Golden Spikes Award finalist has kept up his production so far this season. He's currently hitting .478 with 4 HR's, 13 RBI, and 13 runs scored. He has a 1.325 OPS (.761 Slugging and .564 OBP).

Cags has made two starts on the mound so far, as he has a 3.00 ERA through 9 innings. He has an 18:4 K:BB ratio on the mound so far, and picked up the win in the decisive Game 3 against Miami (FL) this past weekend.

The Gators currently sit 8-3 on the year, are currently ranked No. 4 in the nation, and play Saint Mary's this weekend.

1. 3B/OF Charlie Condon (Georgia)

There arguably is not a player in the country that has started the season off hotter than star Georgia slugger Charlie Condon. After setting the SEC's Freshman Home Run record in 2023, Condon has arguably stepped up his game even more through the first three weekends of the season in 2024.

Condon currently leads the SEC in Batting Average (.532), Home Runs (8, is tied with Amick), Slugging Percentage (1.191), On-base Percentage (.617), OPS (1.808), runs scored (21, is tied with Kavares Tears), hits (25), and total bases (56). He has also been a key reason Georgia has started out the year 11-1.

While Georgia sits at 11-1, they are currently unranked. They play Northern Colorado this weekend.