Wyatt, a 5-10, 180-pound native of Kennesaw, Ga., earned one of the nine Division I awards as selected by the ABCA. A starter on two College World Series teams in his career, Wyatt led all Southeastern Conference outfielders in 2007 with a perfect 1.000 Fielding Percentage in 164 total chances.
The collegiate and high school Rawlings Gold Glove Awards are being presented to NCAA Divisions I, II, and III players, NAIA players, NJCAA players, and high school players by Rawlings, in partnership with the ABCA. Nomination and voting criteria are the same as the ABCA Rawlings All-Region and All-American Awards, which are collegiate baseball’s oldest selections, dating back to 1949. The players and their schools will each receive a Rawlings Gold Glove Award.
2007 Rawlings Division I Gold Glove Winners
P – Tyson Ross, So., California (1.000 FLDG% in 40 chances)
C – Tyler Weber, Jr., Wichita State (.998 FLDG% in 628 chances)
1B – Darin Ruf, So., Creighton (.997 FLDG% in 611 chances)
2B – Mike Bionde, Sr., Rutgers (.981 FLDG% in 322 chances)
SS – Sergio Miranda, Jr., VCU (.975 FLDG% in 316 chances)
3B – Dan Biedenharn, Sr., Wright State (.977 FLDG% in 213 chances)
OF – Jonathan Wyatt, Sr., Georgia (1.000 FLDG% in 164 chances)
OF – Matt Stiffler, Jr., Ohio (1.000 FLDG% in 146 chances)
OF – Tommy Lentz, Sr., Winthrop (1.000 FLDG% in 140 chances)