NAME: Wyatt Hudepohl
SCHOOL: St. Xavier High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2020
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: National championship with Canes National
HEIGHT: 6'3" - 225 lbs.
PARENTS: Jim & Michelle
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Dad
FUTURE GOAL: Play professional baseball in MLB
Senior Wyatt Hudepohl is an all-star baseball player for the St. Xavier Bombers. He is a right-handed pitcher who also plays in the outfield. He has been recognized by Prep Baseball Report as one of the area's elite baseball players.
In his first three years of varsity baseball, Wyatt on the mound had a 5-3 record with 57 strikeouts in 63.1 innings pitched and a 4.28 ERA. His opponents hit .225 against him. He was named honorable mention all GCL-South as a freshman and sophomore. Last season at the dish, Wyatt hit .267 with 10 RBI.
Wyatt also played quarterback for the Bombers' football team. His junior year, he threw for 1,613 yards and 15 TDs, and ran for 111 yards and 2 TDs. He did not play football his senior year.
Active in community service, Wyatt is a great student with a 4.0 GPA and first honors every semester. His summer baseball club in the Canes National team, and he will play baseball collegiately at the University of Kentucky.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Wyatt has all of the key attributes of a great athlete - size, power, speed, natural athletic ability, and a burning desire to be the best he can be."
— Bob Sherlock, Baseball Coach