SEC Baseball Player of the Year Award Power Rankings

The college baseball season is six weeks in and players are emerging in the SEC for player of the year honors. In this article, we dive into the top 10 potential players of the year as of right now in the SEC.

Arizona State University v Texas A&M University
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8. OF TJ McCants (Alabama)

last week's ranking: 8

McCants had a monster mid-week game last week, hitting three bombs against Alabama State. Overall for the week, McCants went 6-of-19 at the plate with 3 HR, 2 doubles, 7 RBI, 4 runs scored, and was 4/4 on stolen bases.

For the season, McCants now has a .359/.442/.767 slashline (1.209 OPS) with 10 HR, 10 doubles (T-2nd in the SEC), one triple, 31 RBI, 24 runs scored, and is a perfect 10/10 on Stolen bases. Alabama will get their Easter weekend started on Thursday this week against South Carolina.

7. 3B Billy Amick (Tennessee)

last week's ranking: 5

For the week last week, Amick went last week 4/13 with one HR, one double, 5 RBI, and 5 runs scored. For the season, he now has a .367/.453/.789 slash-line (1.242 OPS) to go with 10 HR, 6 doubles, one triple, 26 RBI, and 30 runs scored.

Looking ahead to this weekend, the Vols will be taking on Georgia.