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Maryland Power 25 Countdown: #1 Georgetown Prep


Kyle Campbell
Maryland Scouting Director

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Every week throughout the season we will release our Power 25, ranking the top twenty-five teams from across the Old Line State. Today we complete our Preseason Power 25 countdown by taking a look at our #1 team, the Georgetown Prep Hoyas from the IAC Conference.

 

Georgetown Prep Hoyas 2020 SEASON PREVIEW

 

Head Coach: Chris Rodriguezwefwef
Mascot: Hoyas
Conference: IAC
2019 Record: 30-5
2019 Conference Finish: Champions
2019 Playoff Finish: Champions
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Baseball Website & Schedule 

 

2020 PBR MD POWER 25 PRESEASON RANK: #1

Top Returners

Brian Depman SS 2020
Sage Dobbs
RHP 2020
Brandon Hurt SS 2020
Tim Nicholson C 2021 
Brock Rose RHP/OF 2022
Cian Sahler OF 2021
TJ Williams OF 2020

    

Key Losses

Lucas Donlon (Virginia Tech)
Anthony Fiallo (Navy)
Ryan Gleason (Virginia Tech)
Travis Rinker (St. Mary's College of Maryland) 

Top Newcomers

Kerry Herndon-Brown LHP 2022
Tommy Roldan LHP 2023

Players Signed / Committed to College

Sage Dobbs 2020 - Richmond
Kerry Herndon-Brown
(2022) - North Carolina
Tim Nicholson
(2021) - George Washington
Tommy Roldan
(2023) - Virginia
Brock Rose
(2022) - Xavier
TJ Williams (2020) - Notre Dame

Season Snapshot

Coach Chris Rodriguez returns for his 12th season at the helm for the Hoyas. After winning the IAC championship in 2019 and playing in the championship series nine of the past ten seasons, this year’s team returns some major contributors and figures to once again compete for the IAC crown. Seniors TJ Williams (Notre Dame), Sage Dobbs (Richmond), and Brendan Hurt will look to lead a young, talented team to continue the winning tradition. Juniors Tim Nicholson (George Washington), Cian Sahler, and Brian Depman, Sophomore Kerry Herndon-Brown (North Carolina), and Freshman Tommy Roldan (Virginia) all figure to play major roles as well. The pitching staff has a deep an talented group, with Dobbs, Sahler, Herndon-Brown,  Sophomore  Brock Rose (Xavier) and Roldan will lead the charge from the mound. Williams anchors the outfield and batting line-up with speed, power and finesse while Hurt and Depman bring toughness and leadership to the infield. Each will help bring stability to a very young group. Nicholson holds everything together as one of the best defensive catchers in the entire area. His bat will also play well in the middle of the order. This talented group will certainly be fun to watch this season.

 

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