Just recently we found out that ESPN's Perfect Game has ranked Connor as the possible number 10 draft pick overall in 2010. The nine guys ahead of him are all pitchers, which makes Connor the first position player on the list! All of Connor's professional review's have been excellent. Several years ago, Perfect Game ranked him 4th overall for his high school graduating class (2010) and the number 1 high school short stop overall.
Devin and I are incredibly excited for Connor and bummed that we will only be able to see a handful of games this season! We will be praying for him from Israel this summer. :)
Here's Connor batting left handed. He's a switch hitter known to hit homeruns from both sides of the plate during the same game.
Connor doing some fielding during a game.
This is Connor, our dad, and two of our sisters, Clare and Cara, at the All Star Game in Pittsburgh. Our dad was selected as an All Star Coach that year. Caitlyn and I were unable to attend the game. :(
Connor with our dad, Jerry Narron, at Fenway Park when he was on the Red Sox's coaching staff. This was year the Red Sox were one pitch away from the World Series. Thanks Pedro. Click here to read about Connor as the lucky batboy.
"Connor Narron is a 2010 SS with a 6'3'', 175 lb. frame from Goldsboro, NC who attends Charles B Aycock HS. Narron has good baseball bloodlines, but more importantly he has a lean athletic body and some serious talent. He's another that could easily be named the top prospect at this event in LA. He has Big League smooth actions as a shortstop with a big arm. He is a switch hitter with a polished swing from both sides. He simply squared everything up in BP and he also did it in the game. Narron is a good student and one of the top 2010s in the nation and he has verballed early to U of North Carolina. It's early, but he has first round potential as well."
From Perfect Game Cross Checker.