Plant outfielder Kyle Tucker and Spoto outfielder Chris Chatfield have been selected for this year's Perfect Game All-American Classic.
The rising seniors will join 52 other players on the east and west teams, which will square off in a nine-inning game on Aug. 10 at Petco Park in San Diego.
Tucker, who will compete in the Under Armour All-American Game at Wrigley Field a week later, tied for first in the state last season with nine home runs. The Florida commit also finished with a team-leading .415 batting average, seven doubles and three triples.
Chatfield, a USF commit, was the bright spot on a Spoto team that finished 3-22 last season. He had a team-leading 23 RBIs, a .371 batting average, four doubles, a triple and two home runs.