BT Riopelle also known as Bradley Taylor Riopelle is a catcher and first baseman for the Florida Gators. Earlier he played for Coastal Carolina University. During his time playing baseball for Kyle Rustay and Scott Kelly at Lassiter High School, he earned four varsity letters and was recognized as a 2018 Rawlings/Perfect Game Honourable Mention All-American. He was selected to the All-Southeastern Conference First Team as a catcher as a junior. Buster Posey, a finalist for the national collegiate catcher of the year, named him SEC Co-Player of the Week.
Bradley Riopelle was born on the 17th July 1999 and grew up in Boca Raton, Florida to Duane and Cappi, and he has a sister named Brynn. He is now pursuing a degree in sport management at the University of Florida. Riopelle spent three years at Coastal Carolina before joining the Gators, and in his final year there he was named to the All-Sun Belt Second Team. In his career, he played in 83 games (65 starts) and had 258 at-bats, batting.267/.367/.477 with 12 home runs, one triple, 16 doubles, 46 runs, 43 RBI, and nine steals.
BT Riopelle Career
Riopelle had a great year in 2021, hitting.270/.354/.459 with 50 hits, 12 home runs, 11 doubles, 27 RBI, 27 runs, 17 walks, 8 steals, and a.980 fielding % for Coastal Carolina. He topped all SEC catchers in slugging percentage (.551), runs batted in (55), and home runs (15). He appeared in 64 games, starting 62 of them, and hit.304/.371/.551 with 25 doubles, 38 runs, and six steals while playing catcher, first base, and designated hitter.
After going 2-for-4 with a double against Georgia State, Riopelle went deep for the first time as a Gator against Liberty and drove in four runs. He had three singles and a home run for Alabama and drove in four runs against Florida A&M.
BT Riopelle homered for the second consecutive game, went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI, scored twice, and stole twice as Alabama defeated No. 2 Arkansas. He hit three home runs and drove in a career-high five runs in a 3-for-4 day against Vanderbilt, and he did the same against Kentucky on a 3-for-5 day, also with three RBI.
Riopelle went 4-for-4 with a home run and a career-high six RBI against Mississippi State. After helping Florida to a 4-0 record and a three-game sweep of Mississippi State, he was named SEC Co-Player of the Week on May 9 for his.533/.556/1.133 slash line, 1.689 OPS, and a team-high eight RBI.
In the May 29 SEC Championship game, Riopelle homered and went 2-for-5 with two RBI while playing against No. 1 Tennessee. He had a.992 fielding percentage over 499 defensive chances and was third on the squad with 20 games with multiple hits and 13 games with multiple RBI.
BT Riopelle Biography
|Bradley Taylor Riopelle
|July 17, 1999
|Age (as of 2023)
|Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.
|University of Florida
|in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 183 cm
|in Kilograms – 97 kg – in Pounds – 215 lbs
|Who is his girlfriend?
Regarding his personal affairs, BT Riopelle has been very reserved on social media. It’s likely that he would prefer not to have his professional life interrupted right now, and he is more focused on his job as a baseball player at this juncture.
BT Riopelle Net Worth
BT Riopelle’s net worth is not known as of now. From his social media posts, we are sure he has collaborated with various brands. With his growing career and opportunities, he will very soon earn a huge amount of money.
- Two years in a row (2017 and 2018), he was named to the state team’s second team for Class AAAAAA.
- The All-Region team has recognized him four times.
- In football, he has played both quarterback and punter for four years and earned four varsity letters.
- He was selected as one of ten students from across the country to receive a 2018 PFL Character Scholarship.
- His favorite pastimes include fishing, hunting, and billiards.