What they’re saying: Some still like as a senior sign as a catcher, while others like as an INF ... 9 Ds, 2 Ts, 23 RBIs in 48 games ... .294 Avg. .809 OPS .... Last spring: 6 D, 4 Ts, HR, 36 RBIs, .287 Avg., .774 OPS in 53 G.
On other lists
350th on Perfect Game's top 500 list
386th on Baseball American's combined top 500.
30th on PG top 100 seniors list.
3rd on Perfect Game USA New York state list of prospects.
3rd on Perfect Game USA top Canadians in college list.
10th on Baseball America's list of 63 prospects from New York state.
Perfect Game Scouting Report
350. Cole Peragine, ss/c, Stony Brook (SR)
B-R, 6-0/180, Belle Ewart, Ontario
Previously Drafted: Never Drafted
Serving as the Seawolves everyday starting shortstop each of the past two spring with 50 plus starts in each of them, Peragine’s athleticism and overall defensive instincts have taken him behind the plate in 2015. The defensive change certainly adds value to his overall profile though the switch-hitter put together a solid offensive campaign as well. Showing a nice line drive approach with outstanding hand-eye coordination and knowledge of the strike zone (48 walks, 19 strikeouts), Peragine hit .293 this spring, which is up nearly 10 points from last season’s All-Conference season.