#9 Carter Young


Class Freshman
Height 6'0''
Weight 185 LBS
Hometown Selah, Wash.
High School Selah

Head coach Tim Corbin on Young: “Carter is a very advanced defensive player. He moves his feet exceptionally well, possesses good hands and can throw accurately. He played up the middle during the fall and showed the ability to be consistent in that area of the field. He also has offensive versatility with his ability to hit from both sides. He is very driven to be good.”

As a Freshman (2020)

  • Season canceled due to coronavirus outbreak
  • SEC’s No. 19 impact freshman (D1Baseball)
  • One of two Commodores to start all 18 games
  • Second on team for hits (20) and RBIs (12)
  • Third on team for average (.328)
  • Third on team with seven multi-hit games
  • Logged a hit in 11 games
  • Added an RBI in nine games

The Young File

  • Team captain at Selah (Wash.)
  • Baseball America Top 200 MLB prospects (No. 17)
  • 2019 2A Washington State Player of the Year (WSBCA)
  • 2019 first-team all-state
  • 2019 Collegiate Baseball newspaper first-team All-American infielder
  • Top-ranked shortstop nationally (2019 Baseball Factory)
  • 2018 Washington state Gatorade Player of the Year
  • 2018 USA Today All-USA Washington state Player of the Year
  • 2018 MaxPreps Underclass Junior All-America Team
  • 2018 Under Armor All-American
  • Selected to Area Code Games
  • 2017 first-team all-state honoree
  • Member of 15U national team that won bronze medal at WBSC World Cup in Iwaki, Japan
  • Member of 18U national team that won gold at WBSC World Cup in Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Helped team to Washington 2A state title, first in program history
  • Capped high school career with second state title in four seasons
  • Full name is Carter Isaak Young
  • Son of Phil and Kerra
  • Brother to Malachi, Gabi and Braxton