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ROSTER
« on: February 01, 2018, 02:02:36 am »

As of 1/31/18 there are still 40 players on the roster which will eventually be dwindled down to 35 players. If I remember correctly, (someone correct me if need be) DVH has until the day before the first game to release the final 35 man roster.

http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/sport/m-basebl/roster/?season=2017-18


#         NAME                 POS           B/T   YR      HT     WT              High School/Previous School
3     Jared Gates             INF             L/R    Sr      6-0    190     Wichita, Kan./Wichita Northwest HS/Iowa West. CC 
4     Bryce Bonnin           RHP/INF      R/R    Fr      6-1    190     Mont Belvieu, Texas/Barbers Hill HS 
5     Jacob Nesbit            INF             R/R    Fr      6-0    175     Coppell, Texas/Coppell HS 
6     Hunter Wilson          INF             L/R    R-Jr   5-10  170     Spiro, Ok./Spiro HS/Stephen F.Austin/Eastern OK St. JC 
7     Jack Kenley             INF             L/R    So      6-0   180     Germantown, Tenn./Houston HS 
8     Eric Cole                 OF              S/R    Jr       5-11  195     Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll HS 
9     Jax Biggers             INF             L/R    Jr       5-11  185      Missouri City, Texas/Ridge Point HS/Cisco JC 
10   Easton Murrell         INF             S/R    Fr       6-0   190      Prosper, Texas/Prosper HS 
11   Keaton McKinney    RHP             R/R    R-Jr    6-5   225      Ankeny, Iowa/Centennial HS 
12   Casey Opitz            C/INF          S/R    Fr       5-11 175      Centennial, Co./Heritage HS 
13   Jordan McFarland    INF/OF        R/R    So      6-3   220      Waterloo, Ill./Waterloo HS 
14   Cole Turney            OF              L/L     Fr       6-0   225      Richmond, Texas/Fort Bend Travis HS 
15   Casey Martin          INF             R/R     Fr      5-11  175      Lonoke, Ark./Lonoke HS 
16   Blaine Knight         RHP             R/R     Jr       6-3   165      Bryant, Ark./Bryant HS 
17   Luke Bonfield         OF              R/R     Sr       6-3   215      Skillman, N.J./IMG Academy 
18   Heston Kjerstad     OF              L/R      Fr       6-3   190      Amarillo, Texas/Randall HS 
19   Brady Disher         C/INF          L/R      Fr       6-1   190      Trophy Club, Texas/Byron Nelson HS 
20   Carson Shaddy      INF             R/R      R-Sr   5-11  185      Fayetteville, Ark./Fayetteville HS 
21   Kacey Murphy       LHP             L/L      Jr        6-0   190      Rogers, Ark./Rogers Heritage HS 
22   Ben McClain          OF              L/L      Fr        5-10 185      Lee's Summit, Mo./Lee's Summit West HS 
24   Dominic Fletcher   OF              L/L      So        5-9  185      Cypress, Calif./Cypress HS 
26   Ryan Drake          INF             R/R      Fr        6-4  190      Grapevine, Texas/Grapevine HS 
27   Evan Lee              LHP/OF       R/L      So        6-2  190       Bryant, Ark./Bryant HS 
28   Kole Ramage        RHP            R/R      Fr        6-1  185       Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll HS 
29   Angus Denton      RHP            R/R      So        5-1  160       Beebe, Ark./Beebe HS 
31   Caleb Bolden       RHP            R/R       Fr        6-2  170       Texarkana, Texas/Pleasant Grove HS 
32   Matt Cronin         LHP             L/L       So       6-2  190        Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS 
33   Grant Koch          C                R/R       Jr        6-0  195       Fayetteville, Ark./Fayetteville HS 
34   Jake Reindl          RHP            R/R       Jr        6-1  200       Fayetteville, Ark./Shiloh Christian 
35   Jacob Kostyshock RHP            R/R       So       6-4  175       O'Fallon, Mo./Francis Howell HS 
37   Weston Rogers     LHP            L/L        Jr        6-4  215       Springdale, Ark./Har-Ber HS 
44   Derek Ripp           INF            L/R        Fr       6-6  230       Olathe, Kan. / St. James Academy HS 
45   Kevin Kopps        RHP            R/R        R-So   6-0  195       Sugar Land, Texas/George Ranch HS 
46   Barrett Loseke     RHP            R/R       Jr        6-0  180       Tulsa, Okla./Jenks HS 
47   Hunter Milligan    LHP             L/L        Fr       6-4  205       Greenbrier, Ark./Greenbrier HS 
48   Zack Plunkett       C               R/R        R-Jr    6-2  205       Hurst, Texas/TCU/L.D. Bell HS 
55   Isaiah Campbell   RHP            R/R        R-So  6-4  235        Olathe, Kan./Olathe South HS 
57   Cody Scroggins    RHP            R/R        R-So  6-0  185       Bentonville, Ark./Bentonville HS 
88   Zebulon Vermillion RHP          L/R        Fr       6-4  185       Prairie Village, Kan./Shawnee Mission East HS 
99   Jackson Rutledge   RHP          R/R        Fr       6-8  260       St. Louis, Mo./Rockwood Summit HS 


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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2018, 09:27:28 am »

My guess is that Murrell, Disher, Ramage, and Drake redshirt.  Kopps is out for season, so he can be removed. 
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2018, 02:41:56 pm »

My guess is that Murrell, Disher, Ramage, and Drake redshirt.  Kopps is out for season, so he can be removed.

The way DVH has talked, I think it is more likely that Vermillion redshirts before Ramage.
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2018, 03:47:11 pm »

Typically you keep about 18 pitchers on the 35 man roster.  We currently show 19.  Kopps is out for the season.  We have 3 others (Scroggins, McKinney and Milligan) coming back from injuries.  My guess is that the redshirts will more likely be on the hitters side.  Additionally, almost all of our proven pitchers are draft eligible this year.  I see a little balancing act of trying to get the young guys some innings to avoid losing them this summer (go JUCO). DVH has a really good problem on his hand which is at least 5 high caliber freshman pitchers.
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2018, 07:52:10 pm »

In terms of freshmen RS, I could see McClain, Drake, Disher, and Ripp just based on DVH speaking more about the other freshmen and how they will compete for ABs this year.
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2018, 02:57:03 pm »


If Kopps has already signed a scholarship for this semester, I think he has to be counted on the 35 man roster.
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2018, 06:56:35 pm »

If Kopps has already signed a scholarship for this semester, I think he has to be counted on the 35 man roster.

If I recall correctly from last year, McKinney got hurt after spring practice started but before the season began and he didn't count against the 35 man roster. 
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2018, 08:27:01 pm »

If I recall correctly from last year, McKinney got hurt after spring practice started but before the season began and he didn't count against the 35 man roster.
You are correct that he was not on the 35 man roster, but I have no idea where he stood on his scholarship.
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Re: ROSTER
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2018, 08:27:28 pm »

Found this on a reliable source....Hogville. From 1/3/13.
http://www.hogville.net/yabbse/index.php?topic=524410.0
It includes this post by Kevin:
The Effect of New Scholarship Rules in Division I Baseball
With the NCAA Division I baseball scholarship changes coming into full effect during the 2009-10 academic year, walk-ons will take on more important roles on baseball rosters.
Each Division I institution will be limited to 27 counters (athletes receiving an athletic scholarship) among their roster limit of 35 players, with the other 8 spots being occupied by walk-ons who will receive no athletic scholarship.
Division I rosters of no more than 35 players must be established the day prior to the first contest in February.  Coaches can have more than 35 players during the Fall and January practice periods, but must be at no more than 35 before the start of the season.
Walk-ons who are on teams that have more than 35 players participating in fall practice sessions must be aware that they are at increased risk of being cut from the team.   Once a player is cut from the team, he will not be able to use the athletic facilities to work out and will have no practice opportunities with the team.
A student-athlete who is receiving an athletic scholarship must be included in the counter limit of 27, and the total roster size of 35, even if they are injured and unable to play. So a walk-on who has been performing well during practice sessions must be aware that they may be cut from the team to make room for an injured player receiving a scholarship because the injured player must be counted among the 27 and 35.
Juniors at Division I programs who choose to return to school for their senior year may be asked to return as a walk-on as their scholarship was probably already “given away” in the recruitment of an incoming freshman.  This has already been the case for a number of years, but may become more common as the opportunity for coaches to give 5% or 10% scholarships to late signees is only available in rare situations.
Some baseball programs have established their own set of “rules” for distributing scholarships.  Some let recruits know up front that their scholarship will decline each year after their freshman year, while others may inform the players after their enrollment that there will not be a baseball scholarship for their senior year if they return.
Players and parents should be asking about the effect of the new financial aid rules on their baseball scholarship so they will know well in advance.
For those who are walk-ons, especially at programs that have more than 35 players participating in Fall drills, it will be extremely important to assess your chances of making the 35-man roster that will be in effect for the season.
For those who choose to transfer, it is quite possible that a fresh start at an NCAA Division II or NAIA program may result in increased opportunities for financial aid, for playing time, and for a better opportunity to be drafted due to the increased playing time.
For more information from the parent of a college baseball player who is also an expert with over 20 years experience in NCAA rules regarding recruiting, eligibility, financial aid, and transfer issues, go to www.informedathlete.com and register for our free newsletter, or contact Rick Allen at 913-766-1235 or rick@informedathlete.com.
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