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Rickards High School

+ Tallahassee, Florida
Nickname: Raiders
Located: Tallahassee, Florida
Drafted Players: 2
Major Leaguers: 1
Minor Leaguers: 0
Total Players: 9
Team Colors:
 
 
Rankings: None
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Mallex Smith (DL-60)

Major Leaguers (1)

Mallex Smith
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    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraftedCollege(s)Current TeamStatus
    Jim BeaufordPNCAA6-4165L-L-Florida A&M University
    University of South Alabama
    N/AN/A
    Javon ByrdCNCAA5-10185R-R1996-Florida A&M University N/AN/A
    Adam DeckerOF-PNCAA6-0170R-R-Florida A&M University N/AN/A
    Tramayne Holmes2BNCAA6-0165B-RTEX: 2016-25-759Northwest Florida State College
    Wallace Community College
    N/AN/A
    Waymon HurdIFNCAA6-2170R-R1992-College of Charleston N/AN/A
    Dexter MartinOFNCAA6-4240R-R1996-Florida A&M University N/AN/A
    Kaycee ReeseIFNCAA5-8180R-R-Florida A&M University N/AN/A
    Mallex SmithOFMLB5-9155L-RSDN: 2012-5-165Santa Fe Community College Atlanta Braves60-day DL
    Ryan WelkeCNCAA6-4225R-R1991-College of Charleston
    Northwest Florida State College
    N/AN/A


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