We continue the countdown today with number 69, SE Louisiana catcher/infielder Jameson Fisher. In his freshman campaign with Lions, Fisher quickly collected a handful of accolades, proving that he would be a prospect to watch. The freshman infielder started all 60 games in the 2013 season and was able to put up some pretty impressive numbers in the process. His .315 average led the team and his 69 hits were also good for the top spot amongst the Lion’s lineup. Fisher was named to the Southland Conference Honor Roll as well as the NCBWA Freshman All-American list (C). The 6’2” infielder also added Southland Conference All-Tournament team (1B) and an All-Southland Conference honorable mention to his list of accomplishments.
The Zachary, LA native attended Zachary High School where he was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 24th round of the 2012 draft. During his High School career, Fisher was named a HS All-American by Baseball America and earned multiple honors after an impressive senior season. The four-year letterman hit .554 with 14 doubles, 7 triples and 38 RBI.
The Southeastern Louisiana catcher was one of 32 freshman college baseball players named on the 2013 NCBWA Freshman All-American Team. This honor features players from 15 conferences and 5 conference championship teams. Fisher has worked hard to get to this point in his career and he returns to the Lion’s roster for the 2014 season.
You can check out the rest of the Top 100 by clicking here.