Jun 17, 2007 | Dan Thompson | 306 views
Two Inter County Terrier Players Chosen On The Second Day Of The Mlb Amateur Players Draft
Terrell Alliman of Waterloo, ON and product of the Waterloo Minor Baseball Association was the first of the Terriers chosen, drafted in the 43 round by the California Angels. Alliman is an 18 year old, 6'2", 180lb. right hand hitting outfielder with the Inter County Terriers. He came to the Terriers 2 years ago as an infielder before being converted to an outfielder by the Terriers staff. It proved to be an easy transition for the talented Alliman.
He has since developed into a very highly skilled outfielder with a strong arm and graceful approach to the ball, similar to Alex Rios of the Blue Jays.
Also selected in the draft was Sarnia Minor Baseball Association product Mike Henry of Sombra, ON. Henry was chosen in the 48th round by the Cincinnati Reds. He is a 17 year old, 6'3', 190lb. right hand pitcher. Mike joined the Terriers in the summer of 2006 and has boosted his stock immensely over the past few months between indoor winter workouts and pitching against high calibre college teams that the Inter County Terriers schedule games with during the fall in New York and the spring trip to Florida during the March school break. His velocity is up to the high 80's and touched low 90's and he has the physical ability to be a fine pitcher. Henry is a converted catcher and played for the Sarnia midgets and Coach Jim Biggs prior to joining the Terriers.