20 - Evan DePotter
|High School:||Hamilton Southeastern|
Coach Farley on DePotter: "Evan is one of three pitchers we think could be very effective in a late relief/closer type role. He has above average stuff, and he is very effective when he throws low strikes. His fastball and knuckle curve are both plus pitches. He is one of the seniors we are counting on." 2008: One of the Bulldogs' top relievers, appearing in 15 games out of the pen...his 3.91 ERA was the lowest mark among the team's regulars...had a string of 11.1 innings over seven appearances without allowing an earned run...struck out eight during that span...scattered two hits and struck out three in 3.0 innings at UIC on April 5...set down the side on strikes in an inning of work against Cincinnati on April 16...earned his only save of the year at Indianapolis (April 29), striking out three in 1.1 innings...2007: Came out of the bullpen in 16 of his 17 games pitched...finished fourth among Butler pitchers with at least 30 innings pitched with a 4.50 ERA...allowed 2.0 earned runs while striking out eight in a five-inning start against IU-Southeast (3/6)...yielded one earned run in 5.1 innings of relief against Cleveland State (3/30)...2006: Made 11 appearances in relief, recording two saves...High School: Named honorable mention on the All-Metro North team as a pitcher at Hamilton Southeastern High School...posted a 3-2 record with a 2.58 earned run average and 47 strikeouts in 43 innings in 2005...helped lead high school team to an 18-9 record as a senior...high school coach: Curry Harden...Personal: Born May 1, 1987...son of Dave and Debbie DePotter...marketing major.