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Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a look at some of the top high school softball players in Florida.

We started with the Top 20 pitchers, and now the catchers are up.

There are hundreds of outstanding catchers in Florida, and these lists are not intended to be comprehensive. Tag us on Twitter or Instagram @SBLiveFL and let us know about other catchers worthy of fans’ attention.


1. Olivia Elliott, Cambridge Christian

Elliott is hitting at a .706 average and has scored a team-high 27 runs in 12 games played this season.

2. Bella Ruggiero, Oxbridge Academy

Ruggiero has a .633 batting average and has driven in 23 runs so far this season.

3. Taylor Low, Trinity Christian Academy- Deltona

Low has a team-best .789 on-base percentage this season for the Lady Eagles.

4. Hannah Church, Berkeley Prep

The Ohio State signee leads the state with 11 home runs on the season.

5. Morgan Sevor, Madison County

Sevor has recorded at least two hits in 11 of her 14 games played this season.

6. Kaylee Oliver, Trinity Catholic

Oliver currently has a .431 batting average and .521 on-base percentage in 18 games played this season for the Celtics.

7. Addison Futch, Osceola

Futch is currently tied for third in the state, with 30 runs batted in this season.

8. Abbee Klinefelter, Clearwater

Klinefelter recorded a season-high 5 RBIs on April 1, in a 14-1 win over Anclote.

9. Makenna Bellaire, Land O’Lakes

Bellaire has driven in three or more runs in three games this season for the Lady Gators.

10. Anna Burnside, Seffner Christian

The University of Buffalo signee has recorded at least one hit in 11 of her 12 games played this season.

11. Avery Bouquin, Inspiration Academy

Bouquin leads her team with 31 hits on the season.

12. Destiny Horcajo, North Marion

Horcajo is a perfect 25-of-25 in stolen base attempts this season for the Colts.

13. Kacey Wilkes, Gaither

Wilkes leads the team with a .515 batting average on the season.

14. Julianna Snyder, Wiregrass Ranch

Snyder is currently second on her team with 21 runs batted in this season.

15. Grace Hogie, Lakewood Ranch

The North Florida signee drove in a season-high five runs in a 12-0 win over Charlotte on April 12.

16. Mia Lane, North Fort Myers

Lane drove in a season-high four runs on March 10, in an 11-10 win over North Port.

17. Riley Onisawa, Robinson

Onisawa recorded a season-high three hits on March 14, in a 8-1 win over McKeel Academy.

18. Jada Phillips, Braden River

Phillips has a .434 batting average and has recorded 10 doubles this season.

19. Harper Bunn, Nature Coast Tech

Bunn drove in a season-high three runs on March 22, in a 15-0 win over Weeki Wachee.

20. Hannah Taylor, Hernando

Taylor is hitting .524 and is tied for third on the team, with 17 runs scored this season.