He's qualified because: Primary four-year force as a pitcher/shortstop while thrusting a program from 5-23 irrelevance as a freshman to 24-6 and state-ranked as a senior.
He pressed for Bee Player of the Year honors after hitting .434, scoring 36 runs, driving in 31 and hitting 13 doubles, five triples and six home runs for an .848 slugging percentage.
He also went 6-2 as a pitcher with a 2.85 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 51 2/3 innings.
A .417 career hitter with 120 hits, he's headed to Fresno State.
"No other player in the section meant more to a team than Jordan Brink did," Grizzlies coach Brad Fontes says.