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.

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6. OF Dakota Jordan (Mississippi State)

last week's ranking: 7

Jordan cooled off a bit this past week from the blistering pace that he had been on, but his overall numbers remain in a very good spot. On the week, Jordan was 4/16 with one HR, 3 RBI, and 4 runs scored.

For the year, he is now hitting .380 with a .521 OBP (fourth in the SEC) and a .815 Slugging percentage (1.336 OPS). He also has 11 HR, 7 doubles, 35 RBI (third in the SEC), and 28 runs scored. Mississippi State will be taking on Florida this upcoming weekend.

5. OF Jace LaViollette (Texas A&M)

last week's ranking: 6

It was also a slower week for LaViollette, but all of his hits ended up being extra-base hits. For the week, he was 4-of-17 with 2 HR, 2 doubles, 3 RBI, and 3 runs scored.

Overall for the season, he's now hitting .314 with a.478 OBP and an .837 SLG (fourth in SEC), which gives him a 1.315 OPS. He also has 12 HR (T-2nd in the SEC), 5 doubles, 2 triples, 29 RBI, and 34 runs scored (fourth in the SEC). The Aggies will be taking on Auburn this weekend.