Best Circleville Baseball Player ever?

Best Circleville Baseball Player ever?

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Kmoney1724

Newark, OH

#1 May 17, 2012
Who do you guys think is the best baseball player to ever come out of cirlceville high school?
Rage

Elyria, OH

#2 May 18, 2012
TD Hicks and Ashley Hoskins
Bry312

Columbus, OH

#3 May 18, 2012
Ashley Hoskins
Daniel Utts
Joel Williams
yahhh

Chillicothe, OH

#4 May 18, 2012
drew mcglone
Rift raft

Cleveland, OH

#5 May 18, 2012
Td hicks was drafted by Pittsburgh pirates out high school but chose go college . Then played some minor league stuff.
Chelsea

Circleville, OH

#6 May 18, 2012
Kelton Sines in my book! He is just dreamy in those baseball pants. I enjoy watching him play at OCU
buffalo bob

Lynchburg, OH

#7 May 18, 2012
Haha Joel Williams and kelton sines really???
Bry312

Columbus, OH

#8 May 18, 2012
Joel Williams was really good until injuries slowed him down. One of the top players in the state of Ohio going into his junior year. You're right though, as far as accolades, he didn't win nearly the amount Hoskins and Utts won. They were both first team all-state, district player of the years and D1 pitchers.

I only go back 25 years, but in my opinion, those are the three with the most talent.
Former player

Wilmington, OH

#9 May 21, 2012
Eric mcintyre in my book has done far more than either of them he Just had a kid at an early age and choose to take care of them..and he moved..
Risky

Columbus, OH

#10 May 21, 2012
Former player wrote:
Eric mcintyre in my book has done far more than either of them he Just had a kid at an early age and choose to take care of them..and he moved..
Are you serious ? This must be Eric or close friend, Eric is good but nowhere close to Hoskins Utts and Hicks . Went back checked high school stats Erics stats for anything wasnt even a third of theses 3 guys individually . So stop with bull$hit .can name alot players better in cville history better than Eric.
Knows baseball

Columbus, OH

#11 May 21, 2012
I only go back about 10-15 years. Dan Utts was the best overall player I've seen at Circleville. It's the only time I went to a baseball game at CHS and saw radar guns out every time he pitched.

Just to throw a couple of other names out there, Brian Bigam and Chris Robinson were solid too. Ironically, all three of those guys were lefties who could hit and pitch.
former teammate

Columbus, OH

#12 May 21, 2012
Bobby Taylor was good in all sports
high up

Columbus, OH

#13 May 26, 2012
brock vanover
Deeznutz

United States

#14 May 27, 2012
Bobby Robbinson & Jack Heeter threw "WAY" more HEAT & ACCURACY then the above list in all respect. Do check your stats Jack played some college I believe and Bobby Robbinson played college then to Minnesota Twins(they're a Major League Team if ya guys didn't know) I know TD & Ashley personally and in all fairness if anyone would like to make a wager, Jack & Bobby can outthrow them in thier 40s 2day:-) oh,,, and the Eric thing, I agree he's the best basketball, baseball, poolplayer,football, and everything!!! Really I'm obviously joking, come the fuck on,,, I know Eric and he's been cool to me,, but true a Athletes progress ahead after Highscool and then give back thier knowledge after their journey in all fairness. The other player with the radar check, I haven't seen or I'd comment, he must be great! I only speak about who I know or seen. Peace 2 the people:-)
Ill3st

Elyria, OH

#15 May 28, 2012
yahhh wrote:
drew mcglone
Drew was good..
geezer_time

Columbus, OH

#16 May 28, 2012
i umpired circleville baseball for over 27 years and i can tell you the vanover kid was a nightmare on the mound or in the batters box for every opponent he faced
chuckster

Columbus, OH

#17 May 28, 2012
Does anyone have the graduation years for the players mentioned on here? I only recognize the names of recent players since 2000.
Strawser

United States

#18 May 29, 2012
geezer_time wrote:
i umpired circleville baseball for over 27 years and i can tell you the vanover kid was a nightmare on the mound or in the batters box for every opponent he faced
I. Agree Brock Vanover was a BEAST to catch... He had a wicked fastball and slider, his curve would leave u standing still everytime
Anonymous

Columbus, OH

#19 May 30, 2012
i'm not saying Kelton Sines is the best but he was a pretty good ball player. He was a regional player of the year this year and a all american at Ohio Christian University. Granted that is not a very big school, but in my opinion that is still saying something.
OCU

Columbus, OH

#20 May 30, 2012
No offense to Kelton, but I've seen two OCU games and if I didn't know better I'd say they were high school games. He probably faced better or equal competition at CHS.

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