Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports
Talented LSU baseball transfer Jacob Berry is projected to be Collegiate Baseball’s 2022 National Player Of The Year.

Berry transferred to LSU from Arizona this offseason, following new head coach Jay Johnson to Baton Rouge.
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The first team All-Americans include Collegiate Baseball’s projected 2022 National Player Of The Year in 3B/DH Jacob Berry of Louisiana St.

The transfer switch-hitter from the University of Arizona hit .352 last season with 17 homers, 19 doubles, 5 triples and 70 RBI as a freshman for the Wildcats.

He was named Co-National Freshman Player of The Year in 2022 by Collegiate Baseball and is expected to be a high first round pick in the 2022 MLB Draft with another good season.
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22 Comments
Can we just call him “LSU PLAYER” instead of “transfer”.
Reply1 month
LSU's last winner was Ben McDonald in '89. Rickie Weeks of Southern won in 2003.
Reply1 month
Why he transfer?
Reply1 month
Follow him coach.
1 month
Glad he’s on our team.
Reply1 month
Having Crews, Berry and Morgan is going to really allow some of the other guys in the lineup to see some really good pitches.
Reply1 month
Doughty!
1 month
Get to know him!!!!
Reply1 month
How about a big 'knock on wood'. Those are some lofty projections. Love it though...
Reply1 month
Crown his ass!
Reply1 month
Looks like scoring runs wont be an issue but do the Tigers have enough talent on the mound & in the bullpen to win the SEC, Host a Super & make it to Omaha? Hopefully the injury bug wont strike LSU again this season.
Reply1 month
Let’s ride!
Reply1 month
Lineup is going to rake. GT!
Reply1 month
please don't leave ---for MLB--Give us 2 yrs
Reply1 month
Could legit be a competition between 2 Tigers with Crews and Berry. This season is going to be awesome. Can't wait!
Reply1 month
Berry, Crews , Dugas and Morgan are going to lead the Tigers to CWS this year.
Reply1 month
Doughty gonna be raking too. It's going to be a fun spring/summer!
1 month
That would be great.
1 month
Don’t sleep on our catcher
1 month
That is one hell of a transfer.
Reply1 month
Funny how so many here cry about immediate eligibility, yet it may have given us our best basketball and baseball player this year.
1 month
Only issue with Ricks was because it happened with a hated Division Rival. This isn't the same scenario.
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