Jamia Reid NPF Draft Profile

California College Softball Jamia Reid 2012 NPF Draft Profile

Jamia Reid, Senior, Outfield, California

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Jamia Reid is known for one thing…speed. It did not take her long to find herself in the California record books. By March of her freshman season she stole her 29th base of the season and broke the Golden Bears single season record. By the end of that year she recorded 47 stolen bases and was caught just three times. At the conclusion of her sophomore season, the outfielder became Cal’s all-time leading base stealer with 95. It only took her two years to reach that benchmark. Reid added 31 more during the 2011 campaign just to make sure that nobody will come close to breaking her school record for quite some time.


Final Projection:

Reid could do better at getting on base so she could use her speed more often. She is a good hitter who had a .394 batting average in 2011, but she is not a patient hitter and rarely walks. Once she realizes that she is a leadoff hitter and needs to get on base however possible, she will be a great player at any level. On the defensive side of things, Reid is a fine centerfielder and few players in the nation can cover as much ground as she does.


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