NEXT LEVEL: Brock Reller Signs Major League Baseball Draft League Contract | Sports

Northeast State Consensus All-American Brock Reller is continuing his career as a member of the State College Spikes of the Major League Baseball Draft League.

Reller signed with the Spikes and reported to the Pennsylvania team on July 19. He has played in four games and has a pair of doubles and five walks.

Reller was selected as a first-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings after being named to the Conference Commissioners Association Division II First Team and National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Second Team.

Reller broke a Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association single-season record and single-season school record of 28 homers, and broke school single-season marks in two RBIs (87) and points scored (76) in his only season with the RiverHawks.

Reller was the D2CCA Central Region Player of the Year, MIAA Co-Player of the Year, an All-MIAA First Team selection, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association National Player of the Week (23 February), NCBWA Central Region Player of the Week (February 23 and April 27), and MIAA Player of the Week (February 7, February 21 and April 25).

Reller, a native of Grand Forks, ND, hit .338 in 56 games, finished with six triples, .817 slugging percentage and .446 on-base percentage from midfield.

He finished the season with a 15-game hitting streak, had 22 multi-hit performances, and played in five games where he hit two home runs. Reller hit for the cycle and had a season-high seven runs in NSU’s 15-0 win over McKendree on Feb. 19 at Tahlequah.

The MLB Draft League is a collegiate summer baseball league that began play in 2021. Created by Major League Baseball and Prep Baseball Report, the league serves as a showcase for top draft-eligible prospects leading to the MLB Draft of each summer.

The RiverHawks went 38-18 overall in 2022 and qualified for their first NCAA Tournament in program history. They finished third in the MIAA with a 22-11 record.

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