Please feel free to give your opinions based on these assumptions. Hopefully this will help any of the vast experience posters here as well as any new fans to Gator Baseball. 1. Feel free to offer as much line up changes as you like. There's still plenty of time to talk what ifs. I'll give you mine but I'll keep line-up changes to a minimum for now and I'm starting mine by who is returning, not with any freshmen possibly starting. 2. As far as pitchers, they are the great unknown and the biggest area of concern. We can start to piece something together when fall ball gets here with the workout updates from GatorGal and GatorJJH coming back. 3. The batting order is more for the future of this thread as we work through fall ball. If you know me, I like to wonder about any improvements we can discuss and what Sully might be thinking. 4. If you are a practice watcher, then this thread is a golden opportunity for you. You know more than anybody before it happens. So let's watch and see how Sully starts to rebuild these youngsters back to the top again. 2020 Roster 1 Jacob Young OF 6-0 175 R/R So 2 Cal Greenfield C 6-0 205 R/R Jr ...??? 3 Garrett Milchin RHP/INF 6-5 210 L/R R-Jr ...??? 4 Jud Fabian OF 6-1 195 R/L So 6 Kendrick Calilao OF 6-1 205 R/R So 8 Christian Flint INF 5-11 170 R/R Sr 9 Brady Smith C/INF 5-11 195 R/R Jr 14 Christian Scott RHP 6-4 195 R/R So 15 Jordan Butler LHP/1B 6-0 185 L/L Jr 17 David Luethje RHP 6-5 192 R/R So 20 Nick Pogue RHP 6-5 225 R/R So 21 Nick Blasucci RHP/INF 6-2 195 R/R R-Sr 22 Cory Acton INF 6-0 170 L/R So 23 Jack Leftwich RHP 6-2 210 R/R Jr 25 Hunter McMullen RHP 6-2 200 R/R Jr ...??? 34 Kris Armstrong INF/RHP 6-4 215 S/R So 37 Nolan Crisp RHP 5-9 175 R/R So 39 Justin Alintoff RHP 6-2 220 R/R Jr. 44 Austin Langworthy OF/LHP 5-10 195 L/L Sr 47 Tommy Mace RHP 6-6 200 R/R Jr 52 Kirby McMullen OF/RHP 5-11 200 R/R Sr 55 Ben Specht RHP 6-1 210 R/R So 12 Hunter Barco LHP/1B 6-4 212 L-L Jacksonville, Fla. Bolles 29 Austin Brinling OF 5-9 160 L-L Bradenton, Fla. Out-of-Door Academy 16 Ryan Cabarcas LHP 5-11 155 L-L Pembroke Pines, Fla. American Heritage 18 Brock Edge* OF 6-0 185 L-L Lake City, Fla. Columbia (Santa Fe College) 11 Nathan Hickey C/INF 6-0 205 L-R Jacksonville, Fla. Providence 26 Kevin Martin RHP/INF 6-4 220 R-R Miami, Fla. Westminster Christian 30 Hunter Mink RHP 6-1 195 R-R Palm Harbor, Fla. Palm Harbor Univ. 10 Tyler Nesbitt RHP 6-3 185 R-R Labelle, Fla. Labelle 27 Isaac Nunez INF 6-0 190 R-R Orlando, Fla. Lake Brantley 28 Matt Powell C 6-2 195 R-R Fort Myers, Fla. Bishop Verot 24 Josh Rivera INF 6-2 205 R-R Avon Park, Fla. IMG Academy 13 Andrew Roberts RHP/INF 6-2 180 R-R Altamonte Spr, Fla. Trinity Prep 5 Brandon Sproat RHP 6-2 165 R-R Pace, Fla. Pace 32 Tucker Talbott OF/RHP 6-3 190 R-R Atlantic Beach, Fla. Providence 33 Trey Van Der Weide* LHP 6-3 230 L-L Longwood, Fla. Lake Brantley Line-Up 1st - Calilao/Barco 2nd - Acton/Nunez SS - Blasucci/Nunez 3rd - Rivera/Hickey ...................INF-(Recruits Nunez, Rivera, Barco, Martin, Roberts) C - Greenfield/Smith ...................C - (Recruits Powell, Hickey) LF - Langworthy/Talbot CF - Fabian/Brinling RF - Young/Edge ...................OF - (Recruits Brinling, Edge JuCo, Talbot) Pitchers - Hopeful Starters - Mace, Leftwich, (Recruits Barco-L, Sproat) .....Relievers - Pogue, Scott, Butler-L, Luethje, Armstrong, Crisp, K McMullen, Specht, Alintoff (Recruits Nesbitt, Martin, Cabarcas-L, Mink, Talbot, Van Der Weide-L) .....Unknowns - Milchin, H McMullen Batting Order 1 - Young (Speed, can bunt, good 1st half) 2 - Langworthy (Team returning leader conf BA) 3 - Fabian (led Fr in HR, batting .293 in summer league) 4 - (DH) ??? Smith, McMullen, Hickey 5 - Calilao (Team leader in RBIs, great 1st half) 6 - Rivera (top newcomer in the infield) 7 - Acton (best producing Fr in conf stats) 8 - Greenfield (looking like our starting catcher) 9 - Blasucci (starting SS???) Questions??? Does Young move to the OF? Now a given Does Smith stay at C? Greenfield may have taken his spot Is Acton our best INF? Many practices at 2nd so far Will Hickey be our starting 3rd basemen or does Rivera slide over from SS? Looking like Rivera is the better batter but Hickey will get playing time.