NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Four Vanderbilt student-athletes received All-America honors from Perfect Game, the publication recently announced.
The outfield duo of Enrique Bradfield Jr. and Spencer Jones received All-America recognition, while Carter Holton and Devin Futrell earned Freshman All-America honors.
Bradfield picked up second team honors, marking his third All-America nod of the postseason. The second-year outfielder started every game for Vanderbilt this season, while posting a .317 batting average to rank third on the team. He scored a team-high 69 runs on the year, which ranks fifth in the SEC.
Jones earned his first All-America honor of the postseason, landing on the third team. He closed out the campaign ranking second on the team in batting average with a .370 mark, good for fifth in the SEC. Jones posted a team-high .460 on-base percentage, placing seventh in the conference.
Holton was named to the Freshman All-America first team by Perfect Game. He sported a 3.14 ERA across his rookie season to lead all Commodore starters and place sixth in the SEC. His 97 strikeouts on the year rank sixth in the conference and second on the Vandy pitching staff.
Futrell was tabbed to the Freshman All-America second team. He closed out the season with a team-high nine wins across 13 starts. His nine wins ranked him second in the SEC, while leading all freshmen in the conference. The Pembroke Pines, Florida, native boasted a 3.41 ERA on the campaign which ranked second among Vanderbilt starting pitchers.