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20 College Baseball Standouts From The Past Week (3/14/23)

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Welcome to the College Hot Sheet! Like our pro hot sheets, the College Hot Sheet recognizes some of the top performers around the country in college baseball after each weekend of play. Carlos Collazo and Peter Flaherty contributed to the College Hot Sheet this week.


1. Wyatt Hudepohl, RHP, Charlotte
Class: 2023
What He Did: 9 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 17 K

Hudepohl set a Charlotte baseball record with 17 strikeouts on Friday night against Old Dominion. The 17 strikeouts were also tied for the most in Conference USA history, and the first time a pitcher tallied that many since Derek Hankins back in 2004. Hudepohl’s power curve in the mid 80s was a weapon all game, and was responsible for 13 strikeouts. –CC

2. Cal Carver, LHP, Northwestern State
Class: 2023
What He Did: 9 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 13 K

Carver retired the first 22 batters he faced against Alabama A&M on Friday night, and struck out 13 batters while walking none in a complete game shutout. He topped just 88 mph with his fastball, but showed screwball-like arm-side movement with his mid-70s changeup—which generated 11 swings and misses. –CC

3. Thatcher Hurd, RHP, Louisiana State
Class: 2024
What He Did: 11 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 18 K

Hurd had not one, but two shutout starts last week for LSU, first in a midweek game against Butler, where he struck out 11 in six innings, and then on Sunday against Samford when he struck out seven in five innings. He hasn’t allowed a run since his first game of the season and has a 2.04 ERA over 17.2 total innings of work. –CC

4. Nolan Schanuel, 1B, Florida Atlantic
Class: 2023
What He Did: 8-for-12 (.667), 5 HR, 1 2B, 10 R, 10 RBI

Schanuel went 4-for-5 with six walks over the weekend against Harvard, but what really places him on this week’s Hot Sheet is a massive midweek game against Florida last Tuesday, when he went 3-for-4 with three home runs. First he turned on an inside, 95 mph fastball from righthander Yoel Tejeda, then he muscled out an 82 mph slider from Tejeda to straight center field and showed his impressive raw power, and finally he pulled an up-and-in, 85 mph slider from Ryan Slater to right-center. It was a loud performance with plenty of scouting heat in attendance, and Schanuel is now hitting .462/.627/1.077 with eight homers on the season. –CC

5. Devyn Terbrak, LHP, Western Kentucky
Class: 2023
What He Did: 9 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 14 K

Terbrak was nearly perfect on Sunday, throwing a no-hitter against South Dakota State. He struck out 14, walked just one and used…

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