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Daniel Susac- Draft Prospect in 2022

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Daniel Susac- Arizona Wildcats

Daniel Susac started 60 of 61 games as a freshman in 2021 for  the Arizona Wildcats. He hit for average with a .335 clip and knocked in 65 runs along with 12 home runs, one triple, 24 doubles and was named  Pac-12 Freshman of the Year with concensus All-American and Freshman All-American player.

Susac was a semifinalist for the Buster Posey National Collegiate Catcher of The Year. Also, he finished in the top ten in many categories of the conference in games, at-bats, hits, doubles, home runs, RBI, slugging percentage, total bases, and extra-base hits. In Pac-12 games he hit .363 for the season.  He attended  Jesuit High School in Roseville, California before heading to the Wildcats

Daniel Susac the Prospect

A  6’4″ 205 lb catcher draws interest from major league teams, there is no doubt about that. His size has drawn comparison to Matt Wieters when he played collegiate baseball at Georgia Tech. Susac possesses a strong arm  and has very good movement laterally for his size. He is a switch hitter that projects to hit with some power at the next level. He is likely a middle of the order bat that can make an impact.

Look for Daniel Susac to get selected inside the Top Ten of the 2022 MLB Draft.

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