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    Harold Brantley Jr
    7 Harold Brantley Jr
    Hometown:
    Silver Spring, Md.

    High School:
    Springbrook

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 182

    Position:
    Outfield

    Birthdate:
    05/19/1988

    B/T:
    L/R

    2008 SEASON: Played in 44 games of the season while batting .278... had a season-high 42 hits in 151 at-bats... had a team-high two triples while adding two homeruns and 17 RBIs... recorded eight steals on the season... had a season-best 3-for-3 performance at the plate with three runs scored against Rhode Island (Apr.9)... had three hits in four at-bats with one double against Seton Hall (Apr. 18)... recorded two steals twice, against Penn State (March 11) and at St. John's (Apr. 11).

    2007 SEASON: Tied for team lead with seven stolen bases... appeared in 41 games starting 33... registered 33 hits including six doubles and three home runs and finished with a .268 batting average...totaled 15 runs scored and 16 runs batted in... had a 3-for-4 day against Rutgers with a run scored and a run batted in (Apr. 6)... also went 3-for-4 against Fairfield with 2 runs scored (Apr. 24).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Springbrook High School as an outfielder ... hit .305 as a freshman in 2003 ... raised his average 106 points in a year and posted a .411 batting average in 2004 as a sophomore ... selected as a member of the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches (MSABC) South Region Team as a junior ... also earned second team All-Country accolades from the Gazette and first team All-Division as selected by the Montgomery County Coaches ... had a .423 batting average with 30 hits, four doubles, eight triples, three home runs and 27 runs scored ... broke the Blue Devils' school records for hits, triples, runs scored and slugging percentage ... also broke the Maryland state record for career triples as a junior ... was a 2006 preseason all-state selection as a senior as well as team captain ... finished the season with a .543 batting average, the second highest batting average for a season in Springbrook High School history ... posted 38 hits, four doubles, 11 triples, four home runs, 34 runs scored and 25 RBI batting leadoff ... boasted a 1.086 slugging percentage and finished his career with 27 triples ... was named second team All-Met by the Washington Post ... selected first team All-Country by the Gazette ... member of both the first team All-Division (Montgomery County Coaches) and the South Region team (MSABC) ... participated in the MSABC Brooks Robinson senior all star game at Camden Yards as well as the Montgomery County coaches senior all star game.

    PERSONAL: An exploratory major ... born May 19, 1988.

    BRANTLEY'S CAREER STATISTICS

    YEAR

    AVG.

    GP/GS

    AB

    R

    H

    2B

    3B

    HR

    RBI

    SB-SBA

    2007

    .268 41/33 123 15 33 6 0 3 16 7-10

    2008

    .278 44/41 151 27 42 7 2 2 17 8-13

    CAREER

    .274 85/74 274 42 75 13 2 5 33 15-23
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