By Bob Elliott
Canadian Baseball Network
Noah Richardson (Windsor, Ont.) who played for Ontario at the Canada Cup at the Summer Games in Winnipeg last summer
Last summer in Winnipeg, Richardson hit .307 with four doubles, two triples, a home run, 14 RBIs and a .826 OPS.
He pitched two scoreless innings in Winnipeg and batted .167 with a double and an RBI for Ontario.
The 6-foot-3 210 pounder played for Windsor Selects coach Buzz Morris and competed in the Sunbelt Classic in Oklahoma. Last yearr he scored a double as the varsity MVP and the varsity volleyball MVP.
Northern Kentucky coach Todd Asalon on Richardson: “Noah is a big, strong athlete from Windsor, Canada. He will be a dual threat for us, both on the mound and as a position player. His left-handed power bat is going to be fun to watch as he develops, and on the mound, he has the potential to be dominating.”