TCU’s Tre Richardson, previously a standout infielder for the Baylor Bears, used his final season to take his game to another level in the Big 12.
Richardson, a two-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree, finished his career in Fort Worth after being a mainstay for the Bears over a three-year period. He was a threat on the base pads as a runner (40 career steals) and consistently challenged the gaps with enough off the bat (47 career doubles). The former Horned Frog had the performance of a lifetime when he hit two grand slams and tied an NCAA Tournament record with 11 RBIs against Arkansas in the Fayetteville Regional. As a result, Richardson earned MVP honors of the 2023 Fayetteville Regional.
In the field, his range and flexibility stood out this past season, when he posted a .983 fielding percentage and just five errors. We compare the 455th overall pick’s game from Baylor-to-TCU in our video spotlight.