MaxPreps Rates Austin Meadows Tops in Georgia Baseball

The outfielder was featured in a state-by-state listing of the country's best baseball talent.

Grayson outfielder Austin Meadows is the best high school baseball player in Georgia, according of a state-by-state listing of the country's top talent compiled by MaxPreps.

Here’s what MaxPreps had to say about the left-hander:

"Meadows could be the top high school position player chosen in the MLB Draft. He was named All-County by the Gwinnett Daily Post last year after batting .390 with 19 stolen bases, 4 home runs, 28 RBIs and 33 runs scored."

Meadows, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound Clemson University signee, led Grayson to the large-school (then Class AAAAA) semifinals last season.

He also was a member of the Team USA Under-16 team in 2011.

Grayson opens its season Feb. 16 at Winder-Barrow.

William Walker February 11, 2014 at 12:45 PM
Wow, this kid is amazing! I can't believe how many bases he has stolen. He must be really fast and talented to pull off these numbers. William | http://fridaynightohio.com/


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