By Staff Report.
Rising junior utility player Will Lamb (Seaford, VA) and rising sophomore righthander Jonathan Meyer (San Diego, CA) were both listed among the top prospects in their respective summer leagues by Baseball America earlier this month.
Lamb was rated as the #3 prospect in the Coastal Plain League after he hit .396 with five doubles and was 8-8 on stolen bases in 12 games for Peninsula this past summer. With the Tigers in 2010, Lamb hit .289 with four homers, six doubles, two triples, 36 RBIs, and was 14-14 on steals in 52 games. He was also 4-4 with two saves and a 5.02 ERA in 52.0 innings pitched over 18 appearances (10 starts) on the mound.
Meyer was rated as the #7 prospect in the Hawaii Collegiate Baseball League and won the Top Pitcher Award as the league’s best pitcher. Playing for Oahu, Meyer was 4-1 with a 1.22 ERA and 40 strikeouts in 37.0 innings pitched over seven appearances (six starts). He was also the starting pitcher for the Makai Islanders in the league’s All-Star game. With the Tigers in 2010, Meyer was 2-1 with two saves and a 5.90 ERA in 29.0 innings pitched over 20 relief appearances.