SEC Baseball Player of the Year Award Power Rankings - Pre-SEC Play Edition

We look at the pre-SEC play power rankings for baseball so far this year.
2023 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
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2. 1B/LHP Jac Caglianone (Florida)

Last week's ranking: 2

Caglianone had another strong start on the mound (6 IP, 0 ER, 9 K's, 4 BB) this past weekend, while going 3/13 with 1 RBI and 4 runs scored at the plate as Florida took 2 of 3 games over Saint Mary's.

Caglianone continues to be arguably the best two-way player in the nation as his season stats now sit at a .429 Average, .520 OBP, .683 SLG, and a 1.203 OPS, with 5 HR, 1 double, 16 RBI, and 19 runs scored at the plate. On the mound he has a 2-0 record, 1.80 ERA, 27:8 K:BB ratio, and a stellar .104 Batting Average Against, across 15 IP (3 starts) on the year.

As we just saw in the spot above this, Cags and Florida opens up conference play against Texas A&M

1. 3B/1B/OF Charlie Condon (Georgia)

Last week's ranking: 1

After another strong weekend, Charlie Condon now leads ALL OF DIVISION 1 in:

  • Batting average (.565)
  • Home Runs (12)
  • Hits (35)
  • On-Base Percentage (.659)
  • Slugging Percentage (1.290)
  • OPS (1.949)
  • Total bases (80)
  • He is also tied for the national lead with 29 runs scored.

He also has 7 doubles, 1 triple, and 25 RBI on the year.

For the weekend this past weekend, Condon went 9-of-13 at the plate with 3 HR, 2 doubles, 8 RBI, and 7 runs scored as Georgia swept Northern Colorado in a 4 game series (all blow-outs). This upcoming weekend, Georgia will head into SEC play against Kentucky.