By: Brian Burkhart Prep Reporter Twitter: @BrianESPN
The Anaheim Angels with the 667th pick in the MLB draft this year drafted Trevor Foss, former Janesville Craig baseball player. A 2009 graduate of Craig High School, he is currently playing his college baseball at the University of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The 6’3, right-handed pitcher had a stellar career at Craig High School, he was named all state, all-conference and all-district during his senior year. Foss was rated the number 4 prospect in the state of Wisconsin, playing both shortstop and pitcher in high school.
He posted a 5-1 record on the mound his senior year with a 1.96 ERA and 68 strikeouts in 46 2/3 innings. Foss’s statistics for his most recent year, a junior at Corpus Christi had him with nine appearances on the mound. He struck out five batters in 6 2/3 innings of work. His freshman year Foss made fourteen appearances on the mound, with thirteen of those out of the bullpen. He recorded his season high four strikeouts that year against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Janesville Craig had a tough season this year, going 10-8 on the season with bright spots from senior infielder Brandon Hughes and junior utility player Justin Graham. Foss is enjoying a great year at Corpus-Christi, were the Islanders have posted a 33-24 record so far this year, going 17-10 in conference. Trevor has an 8-6 record, starting 15 games for the Islanders this season. He is second on the team for earned run average, holding a 3.90 ERA.
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