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Brad Feltes
Brad Feltes

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Alpharetta, Ga.

High School:
Chattahoochee

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215

Position:
IF

Birthdate:
08/09/1985

B-T:
R-R



Brad Feltes Photo Gallery I
Brad Feltes Photo Gallery II

2008 All-ACC Second Team
2008 CoSIDA Academic All-District Third Team
2007 Academic All-ACC Baseball Team
2006, 2007 ACC Honor Roll

Veteran third baseman who spent four years with the Georgia Tech program, with his most successful season coming in 2008 ... Spent his first two seasons as the primary backup to former Yellow Jacket standout Wes Hodges before splitting time as Tech's starting third baseman in 2007 ... Started 53 of Tech's 62 games at the hot corner his senior season ... A very strong player with a smooth swing that also hit for power ... An excellent defensive third baseman that steadily improved his offense over his four years on the Flats.

Named the All-ACC second team third baseman in 2008 ... Earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors in 2008 as a third-team member ... Twice named to the ACC Honor Roll (2006 and 2007) ... Also tabbed to the Academic All-ACC Baseball Team in 2007.

2008: Had his most successful season at the plate, with career highs in batting average (.284), at bats (190), hits (52), doubles (10), home runs (14), RBI (62) and stolen bases (2) ... Finished second on the team in RBI and home runs ... Hit four grand slams on the season, the most at Tech since Tyler Greene had four in 2005 ... Had 15 multi-hit and 16 multi-RBI games on the season ... Had a grand slam as part of a six-run fourth inning against Georgia State (3/25) ... Had two hits - a three-run home run and a grand slam - in the second game of a three-game series against Boston College (3/29) ... His seven RBI in the game against the Eagles was a career high ... Hit his third grand slam of the season at Georgia Southern (4/16) ... Hit a three-run home run in the series opener at Maryland (4/18) and added a grand slam, his fourth of the season and second of the week, to lift Tech to a 9-6 win against the Terrapins (4/20) ... Hit a two-run home run, his 12th of the season, against Coastal Carolina (5/3) ... Had a two-run home run in the Jackets' 11-1 win at Georgia (5/7) ... Hit .462 in the series at Virginia (5/15-5/17) ... Collected three hits, including a pair of doubles, in the series finale against the Cavaliers (5/17).

2007: Made 34 appearances on the season, making 31 starts, all at third base ... Had seven multi-hit and six multi-RBI games during the year ... Posted one of the Jackets' two hits against the Atlanta Braves ... Recorded the second home run of his career in the first game against Rutgers (3/2) with a second-inning grand slam ... Went 3-for-5 in the opener against the Scarlet Knights ... Hit the first triple of his career against Virginia (4/14) ... Hit .429 in the series against Clemson (4/27-4/29), including going 3-for-4 with three runs scored in the second game and 2-for-5 in the series finale ... Collected two hits, including a home run, in Tech's 11-3 win at USF (5/5).

2006: Played in a total of 16 games, making four starts ... Reached base safely in six games ... Drove in four runs on the season ... Made his first career start against East Tennessee State (2/21), scoring one run ... Scored two runs and had a three-run home run against Clemson (4/16) ... Had a single and sacrifice fly at Georgia State (4/19) in his second start.

2005: Reserve third baseman who appeared in 12 games ... Went 3-for-9 with a double and three RBI ... Doubled and drove in a run at Duke (3/6) ... Added RBI against Florida Atlantic (5/7) and Virginia Tech (5/14).

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Chattahoochee High School for coach Tim Lemons ... Played with the East Cobb Yankees which won the Connie Mack World Series in 2003 ... Received the rookie of the year award as a freshman, and earned the Cougar Award as a sophomore ... Won the MVP, offensive award, and PTSA award (highest GPA on the team) as a junior, and won the outstanding player award and Cougar Award as a senior ... Named to the all-North Fulton team his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons ... Hit .388 with seven home runs and 24 RBI as a junior ... Ranked among the school's all-time top ten in runs, hits, RBI, home runs and walks ... Rated the No. 24 prospect in Georgia and the No. 255 prospect in the nation ... Also played two years of football for coach Bill Waters.

Personal: Full name is Bradley James Feltes ... Born August 9, 1985 ... Parents are Greg and Julie Feltes ... Dean's List student majoring in Management.

Career Statistics
Year	Avg	GP-GS	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	TB	SLG%	BB	HBP	SO	GDP	OB%	SF	SH	SB-ATT	PO	A	E	FLD%
2005	.333	12-0	9	2	3	1	0	0	3	4	.444	2	0	2	0	.455	0	0	0-0	10	6	2	.889
2006	.118	16-4	17	6	2	0	0	1	4	5	.294	1	5	8	1	.333	1	1	0-0	3	6	2	.818
2007	.217	34-31	115	23	25	1	1	6	22	46	.400	12	6	33	4	.321	1	6	0-1	22	60	8	.911
2008	.284	55-53	190	32	54	10	0	14	62	106	.558	21	2	60	2	.353	5	3	2-3	33	80	6	.950
TOTAL	.254	117-88	331	63	84	12	1	21	91	161	.486	36	13	103	7	.344	7	10	2-4	68	152	18	.924

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