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More: Colin Wetterau was a stabilizing force in Shawnee football's roller coaster season More: Shawnee is the boys basketball Team of the Year More: Shawnee senior Dean Noll is the boys' basketball Player of the Year Colin Wetterau, Shawnee, Sr., C – St.

John’s recruit hit .356 last season with six doubles and 12 stolen bases.

The Maryland commit hit .381 with 5 homers and 23 RBIs last year.

More: Seneca High School senior Nick Decker named preseason baseball All-American More: BASEBALL: Seneca's Decker to play in prestigious Perfect Game All-American Classic Max Dineen, Pennsville, Sr., OF – The reigning Courier Post Player of the Year batted .580 last season with 51 hits, 51 RBIs and 7 home runs. Sky Duff, Bishop Eustace, Sr., 2B/P – The Pittsburgh commit batted .410 with four home runs and 28 RBIs last season.

Wetterau also threw out 15 baserunners from behind the dish.

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Ryan missed eight games last year, but still hit .512 with four homers while also going 4-1 on the mound with a 2.70 ERA.

Joe Acosta, Vineland, Sr., P – Acosta was 6-2 as a junior with a 1.89 ERA, 1.108 WHIP and 32 strikeouts in 37 innings. Eric Cartafalsa, Washington Twp., Sr., P – The three-year starter had a strong junior season, going 4-1 with a 2.31 ERA.

More: Washington Township baseball coach Bill Alvaro steps down two days before season opener John Cristino, Haddonfield, Sr., C – The Rhode Island recruit provides a powerful bat in the middle of the Haddons’ lineup. Nick Decker, Seneca, Sr., OF – Decker was ranked the 76th best high school prospect by Baseball America in January.

He was also the team’s closer, registering three saves and a 1.17 ERA.

Jake Field, Deptford, Sr., 2B – The Iona recruit batted .500 with 39 hits, 22 runs scored, 11 doubles and 5 triples last season. 1 for Millville baseball this season Will Gambino, Paul VI, Sr., P/1B/OF – Gambino was 2-1 with a 3.06 ERA last year. Gambino committed to Kentucky after a strong summer in travel ball.

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