Earlier this month Rawlings and Perfect Game announced their Pre-Season All-American Teams to recognize the top underclass (Class of 2022, 2023, and 2024) high school baseball athletes in the country.
“With more than 450,000 high school baseball players in the nation, the Rawlings-Perfect Game Pre-Season Underclass All-American players represent the very best in their class,” said Mike Thompson, chief marketing officer for the St. Louis based Rawlings. “Rawlings and Perfect Game are synonymous with the game of baseball, and these pre-season awards allow us to recognize and reward these elite athletes for their hard work and contribution to the game.”
“To receive the Rawlings-Perfect Game Pre-Season All-American Award is a tremendous achievement for these student-athletes,” said Jerry Ford, President of Perfect Game. “We are proud to recognize their talent as they prepare for their careers playing collegiate and/ or professional baseball.”
The Bombers named to the All-American list were Jake Books (2022 Coastal Carolina commit), Cole Constable (2023 Maryland commit), Vince Fattore (2022 Duke commit), Luke Guth (2023 Vanderbilt commit), Cole Leaman (2022 Lehigh commit), Rueben Livingston (2022 Kent State commit), Andrew Noone (2023 Uncommitted), Ryan Novakowski (2023 Uncommitted), Nikolas Rubendall (2022 Uncommitted), Caleb Sturtevant (2023 Pitt commit), JT Weaver (2022 Uncommitted), Matthew Williams (2022 Uncommitted), and Brandon Wingenroth (2022 Penn State commit). #BomberNation is so proud of you boys —What an accomplishment!