Georgia Tech baseball shut out the Highlanders on Sunday to complete the three-game series sweep
Georgia Tech baseball will be back in action this weekend at home versus Wake Forest
Georgia Tech baseball scored a season-high 17 runs in the win over Kennesaw State on Wednesday night
Georgia Tech baseball hit a season-high five home runs in Tuesday night's road win
Georgia Tech baseball's Xzavion Curry struck out a career-high 12 batters in the win over Miami on Friday night
Before Tech: A two-sport athlete at Woodstock High School ... Lettered for four years in baseball for head coach Jeff Brown ... Was also a three-time letterwinner on the basketball team ... Ranked as high as the No. 2 left-handed pitcher and the No. 16 overall prospect in the class of 2017 from the state of Georgia by Perfect Game ... Also ranked nationally as high as the No. 21 lefty and No. 197 overall prospect by PG ... Tabbed a 2017 Rawlings-Perfect Game honorable mention all-American and a southeast all-region first team member in 2017 ... Recognized as a 2016 PG underclassmen high honorable mention all-American as a junior and a 2015 underclassmen all-American honorable mention his sophomore season ... Named to the 2017 Georgia Dugout Club AAAAAAA all-state first team ... Was also named an Atlanta Braves 400 Club Metro Atlanta All-Star ... A first-team all-region and first-team all-county selection in 2017 ... Was also second-team all-county honoree in 2016 as a junior ... Tabbed the 2017 Cherokee County Pitcher of the Year by the Cherokee Ledger News his senior season ... Three-time Woodstock High School Pitcher of the Year award winner ... A Perfect Game Super25 Most Valuable Pitcher in 2016 ... Led his high school team to the Georgia 7A state championship game in 2017, finishing as runner-up ... Pitched two complete game shutouts in the 2017 state high school playoffs for Woodstock ... Participated in the 2016 National Showcase event where he was part of the FB 90 Plus group, the top-10 velocity group at first base and was rated a PG Grade 10 overall ... Named the 6-4-3 Pitcher of the Year in 2016 and 2015 ... Was a part of five championships with the 6-4-3 Cougars, winning the 2016 17U PG Super25 National Championship, the 2016 18U PG Evoshield Classic, the 2016 17U PG Evoshield Classic, the 2016 17U Perfect Game-East Cobb Invitational and the 2015 WWBA 2017 Grads National Championship Qualifier ... Named the tournament most valuable pitcher at both the 2016 17U Super25 and the 2016 17U Perfect Game -East Cobb Invitational events ...Graduated with honors ... A Lamp of Knowledge recipient.
Personal: Full name is Brant Harris Hurter ... Born on Sept. 6, 1998 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Brian Hurter and Stacey McCallum ... Has an older brother named Preston ... Father, Brian, played baseball at Wake Forest (1988-92) ... Mother, Stacey (Boggs), played women's basketball at Wake Forest (1990-92) ... Enjoys playing basketball with friends and is a huge fan of "The Office" ... Chose Tech because of its academic reputation, the alumni network and the opportunity to compete in the ACC ... Plans to major in business administration.