Alumni Spotlight #4
With college baseball underway, we are proud to bring back our “Alumni Spotlight” series.
This series highlights standout performances from our former New England Scorpions players at their current colleges and universities.
In the past six years, we have had 70 New England Scorpions players commit to play college baseball. These players attend over 40 institutions across the country. We are proud of every player and look forward to following their hard work each week.
This week‘s spotlight belongs to four former players:
1. Josh Leadem
- OF: University of Rochester (So.)
*** Josh Leadem is a 2020 graduate from Barrington HS. Leadem played 5 years with the NE Scorps and committed to the University of Rochester through the Scorpions program. Josh has started 28 games this year and has 98 at-bats on the season. He is currently batting .316 with 31 Hits - 1 Home Run - 11 RBI - 4 Doubles - 1 Triple - 17 Runs.
2. Anthony Ramos
- OF: Central Alabama Community College (So.)
*** Anthony Ramos is a 2018 graduate from Cranston East HS. Ramos played one year with the NE Scorps and committed to the Community College of Rhode Island through the Scorpions program. After CCRI canceled their season, due to COVID-19, Anthony transferred to CACC and has appeared in 29 games. He has 90 plate appearances on the season and is batting .344 with 22 Hits - 2 Home Runs - 23 RBI - 6 Doubles - 24 Runs.
3. Broc French
- LHP: University of Rhode Island (Jr.)
*** Broc French is a 2019 graduate from S. Kingstown HS. French played 2 years with the NE Scorps and committed to Trinity College as a two-way player through the Scorpions program. Broc transferred to URI when Trinity canceled their season due to COVID-19. He has made 16 appearances for the Rams and is 2-0 with a 4.86 ERA. He currently has a stat line of 16IP-9ER--13K-9BB.
4. Ethan Perry
- C: St. John Fisher College (So.)
*** Ethan Perry is a 2020 graduate from GNBVT. Perry played 4 years with the NE Scorps and committed to Becker College through the Scorpions program. After Becker shut down, due to COVID-19, Ethan transferred to St. John Fisher. He has 40 at-bats and is batting .300 with 12 Hits - 9 RBI - 2 Doubles - 8 Runs.