Parks Harber picks up three Player of the Week honors

If you didn’t know Parks Harber’s name before, you’ll definitely know his name after the monster performance he put on last week.

Harber, a Georgia transfer who’s now a starting infielder for UNC, did a little bit of everything at the plate. In four wins (North Carolina A&T, Wake Forest three times), Harber mashed six home runs, registered eight hits and drove in nine runners.

With his six home runs, Harber now leads the Diamond Heels with 10 on the season.

Thanks to his monster weekend against the Preseason Number One team, Harber was named the ACC, D1 Baseball and Perfect Game Player of the Week.

Harber is just one piece of an electric North Carolina offense that ranks 25th nationally in batting average. Seven of the Diamond Heels’ position players are hitting at least .300, led by a torrid .400 mark from Gavin Gallagher.

Not only is UNC doing a phenomenal job at collecting base hits, but players are also hitting the baseball deep. North Carolina is tied for 10th nationally with 51 home runs, as Harber (10), Cook (9), Alberto Osuna, Luke Stevenson and Vance Honeycutt (eight each) lead the team.

With Mac Horvath departing to the MLB Draft last year, Harber has come in as the perfect replacement.

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