The Coastal Plain League saw another 22 of its players get taken between rounds 2 through 10 of the 2022 Major League Baseball Draft. Carson Whisenhunt (East Carolina/High Point-Thomasville HiToms, 2020) and Tanner Schobel (Virginia Tech/Peninsula, 2020) started things off going number 66 and 68 respectively.

Whisenhunt threw six innings across five appearances for the HiToms in 2020. He surrendered six runs – three earned – on eight hits, walked six and struck out 10. The freshman lefty finished with a 4.50 ERA. Meanwhile, Schobel batted .462 in three games for the Pilots the same summer. He had one home run, a pair of runs and RBIs, and stole one bag.

A complete list of CPL players taken between Rounds 2-10 is below. Stay tuned to the CPL’s website, and social media @CPLBaseball for updates on the 2022 MLB Draft as it finishes on Tuesday.

About Coastal Plain League:
The Coastal Plain League, brought to you by FloSports, is the nation’s premier summer collegiate baseball league. Now in its 26th season in 2022, the CPL features 14 franchises playing in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. To date, the CPL has had over 1,700 alumni drafted and 157 alums make their Major League debut – including 2017 ALCS MVP, 2017 World Series champion, 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young award winner Justin Verlander, as well as 2017 NLCS MVP Chris Taylor. For more information on the Coastal Plain League, please visit the league website at, and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok @CPLBaseball.

Coastal Plain League Alumni Drafted In 2022 Major League Draft  – Rounds 2-10
Round Overall Player College/University MLB Team Drafted By CPL Team(s)
2 66 Carson Whisenhunt East Carolina San Francisco HP-Thomasville ’20
CB-B 68 Tanner Schobel Virginia Tech Minnesota Peninsula ’20
4 135 Nick Biddison Virginia Tech Los Angeles (NL) Peninsula ’20
5 145 Hunter Patteson Central Florida Kansas City Peninsula ’20
5 156 Reid VanScoter Coastal Carolina Seattle Martinsville ’20
5 163 Nolan DeVos Davidson Houston Wilson ’21
6 186 Josh Hood NC State Seattle Asheboro ’19 / Macon ’20 / Holly Springs ’21
6 189 Alex Hoppe UNC Greensboro Boston HP-Thomasville ’20
6 193 Collin Price Mercer Houston Macon ’20
7 205 Mack Anglin Clemson Kansas City Lexington County ’20
7 216 Hogan Windish UNC Greensboro Seattle HP-Thomasville ’20, ’21
8 229 Matt Brosky Youngstown State Texas Martinsville ’22
8 236 Davis Palermo North Carolina Colorado Holly Springs ’21
8 237 Jake Miller Valparaiso Detroit Peninsula ’22
8 246 Tatem Levins Pittsburgh Seattle Lexington County ’20
8 252 Nate Peterson Illinois-Chicago Milwaukee Savannah ’19
9 260 Mike Walsh Yale Pittsburgh Holly Springs ’21
9 271 Austin Peterson Connecticut Cleveland Peninsula ’20
10 293 Brody McCullough Wingate Chicago (NL) HP-Thomasville ’20
10 306 Bill Knight Mercer Seattle Savannah ’20
10 309 Isaac Coffey Oral Roberts Boston Holly Springs ’21
10 316 John Michael Bertrand Notre Dame San Francisco Macon ’18