College Baseball Daily kicks off our countdown to the start of the 2014 College Baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.
The first player on the list checking in at number 100 is Maine infielder Alex Calbick. The Burnaby, British Columbia native attended Burnaby Secondary school where he hit.390 as a senior with one home run and 38 RBI and as a junior, batted .333 with a home run and 29 RBI while being a member of the Canadian Junior National Team.
As a freshman in 2011, he appeared in all 57 games for the Black Bears, starting 56 of them. He hit for an average of .280 with 56 hits, 30 RBIs, nine doubles, a triple, and five home runs while having multiple hits in 16 games. He was named to the America East Second Team, America East All-Rookie Team selection and a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American.
In 2012, he played in 56 games starting 55 while hitting .283 with 40 runs scored and 43 RBI. He tied for the team-lead in both doubles with 18 and home runs with five and finished the season with a .445 slugging percentage.
His junior season saw him hit .280 with two homers and 33 RBI while playing in 57 games. He spent the summer of 2013 in the West Coast League with the Bellingham Bells where he hit at a .384 clip which was the best in the league while having 18 extra base hits while being in the top 10 in on base percentage at .431.
You can check out the rest of the Top 100 by clicking here.