Cyndi Chambers / USA TODAY NETWORK
Georgia star Charlie Condon was awarded the 2024 Golden Spikes Award this weekend as the country's top amateur baseball player. Per ESPN:


Condon, who last week won the Dick Howser Trophy as college baseball's national player of the year, sits atop the NCAA leaderboard in most major offensive categories. His 37 home runs were the most since Lance Berkman hit 41 for Rice in 1997. Condon also led the nation in batting average (.433), slugging percentage (1.009), total bases (233) and OPS (1.565).

The Southeastern Conference player of the year ranked in the top six nationally in on-base percentage (.556) and runs scored (84). Condon, a redshirt sophomore third baseman/outfielder, is projected to go No. 2 overall to the Cincinnati Reds in ESPN's latest mock of next month's MLB draft.
Loading Twitter Embed....

Filed Under: Georgia Sports
user avatar
TDFreak20 days
Cags was robbed.
Popular Stories
logoFollow SECRant for SEC Football News
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates on SEC Football and Recruiting.