Highly regarded publication Baseball America released their annual High School Top 100 list today that included Bermuda’s Adam Hall as one of four Canadians, all of whom are members of the Junior National Team program.
Shortstop Hall leads the way as the 16th ranked player on the list.
Hall had a busy season in 2016 as he attended five different camps with the Junior National Team program, while also participating in some prestigious showcase events.
In July, Hall played in the Under Armour All-America Game at Wrigley Field in Chicago where he was the lone Canadian in the contest and in August, waved the flag again as just the third Canadian to participate in the Perfect Game All-America Game at Petco Park in San Diego.
He also appeared in the Area Code Games in Long Beach, California in August before capturing MVP honours at Tournament 12 as his Ontario Black squad won the event held at Rogers Centre.
Hall is committed to Texas A&M University for the 2018 season.
Hall is eligible to represent Canada at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup that will take place in Thunder Bay, Ontario from September 1st - 10th, 2017.