Cody Morissette has put the country on notice after a stellar freshman season for the Division I Boston College Eagles. Cody hit .320 on the season with 74 hits, 20 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs and 41 RBI's. He was named Second Team All-ACC, ACC All-Freshman, ACC-All Tournament Team, Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American.
Cody played 5 seasons with the NH Bobcats before attending Boston College. His first season with the Bobcats came in the fall of 2012 where he played in the first ever Bobcats game. During his time with the Bobcats he played in 2 EBL Championships games and even had a 34-game hitting streak. "Cody's athleticism and overall compete level were his biggest strengths as a young player. He always found a way to win, whether it was making a great play in the field, driving in runs or outsmarting someone. He was the kid who always took quality reps, and it rubbed off on everyone. Cody was always the best player on the field, he led by example with effort and by staying engaged on every play. A lot of times he played up on the older teams, so he wasn't the vocal leader. His presence gave the team a feeling of confidence and lifted everyone." says Bobcats owner Kevin Gray.
"There is already a lot of buzz about his potential as a professional. He keeps getting stronger and driving the ball farther to all fields. He homered twice against Clemson in the ACC Tournament -- a 7-5 upset win -- and kept performing well with the nation's best players in the Cape League. There is no doubt he'll stay focused and keep putting in the work. The talent and mental toughness is there. Boston College has an exciting young core. I would expect at least three of their players to be drafted in 2021." says Gray, who has served as an associate scout for the Seattle Mariners for the past 6 years.