Allie is the state's best prospect and he's only a junior.
In 2008, he batted .450 with seven homers and 37
RBIs to lead St. Edward to the Division I state crown.
He was also 3-0 with a perfect ERA as a closer.
The Kansas State recruit showed off his power last
season, crushing eight homers. He set a school record
with 27 walks and was named Offensive Player of the
Year in the Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference.
Jamison is a four-star recruit according to Baseball
America. Last year at Benedictine, Jamison was 3-3 on
the hill. He is looking to improve that record after joining
a rotation loaded with Division I prospects.
Skulina was MVP of the Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference
last year, going 8-0 with a 1.17 ERA. He
anchors the rotation for the Warriors, who entered the
spring ranked No. 22 in the ESPN RISE FAB 50.
AN AREA COACH ON STETSON ALLIE:
"If you're not leading the game come the fifth
inning, you're in trouble. He is a superior talent in
the area. He hits 95 on the gun. I don't think he
gave up a run (last year) and he's only a junior."