3 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Baseball Players Named Underclassmen All-Americans
Devin Fitz-Gerald, Rylan Lujo and Jayden Dubanewicz. {Vale Sandoval}

By: Matt Rothman

While the 2023 MLB Draft is in the past, three potential selections for the 2024 draft from Marjory Stoneman Douglas baseball were named Max Preps Underclassmen All-American Team.

These three players helped the Eagles  go undefeated and win their third straight State and National Championship.

Devin Fitz-Gerald blossomed immediately and was named BCAA MVP during the Eagles championship. Devin finished second on the team with a .392 batting average, hitting six home runs, knocking in 32 RBIs, and scoring 29 runs while also playing incredible defense at shortstop. He is currently committed to NC State University. 

Dayton University commit Rylan Lujo played third base for the Eagles and finished the season third with a .384 batting average. He also hit six home runs and knocked in 30 runs. 

Jayden Dubanewicz, committed to the University of Florida. He shined on the mound, winning all 11 starts and was the winning pitcher in the State Championship Game. He recorded a save while striking out more than a batter per inning. 

These three players are all set to return to the Eagles in 2024 and will look to win a State Championship in all four years of high school. 

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Matt Rothman
Matt Rothman
Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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