Chris Lanzilli is an American personality who is famously known for being a baseball player and committed to the Arkansas Razorback. Chris is a right-hand batsman and right-hand thrower and mainly plays at the positions of Leftfielder, Right Fielder, and First Baseman. Earlier he played shortly for Wake Forest University and later had a transfer to the University of Arkansas.
Chris Lanzilli, who was born on 18th June 1998, is the proud son of the proud parents named Al and Therese Lanzilli. He used to share his childhood with his older brother Cam, who is two years older than him and played baseball at UMass-Lowell and Eckerd. Chris is a graduate student of Dexter School (Brookline, MA), where he completed his education and later joined Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC) where he had his higher education along with a collegiate baseball career. He transferred from Wake Forest to the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville, AR).
Chris Lanzilli Career
Lanzilli had his collegiate career at Wake Forest from 2018-21 and later he entered the transfer portal where he saw a great transfer to the University of Arkansas. Chris appeared for a total of 170 games while being committed to the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest, where he logged a batting average of .298 with 195 hits, despite making other record-making hits like 147 RBI, 46 doubles, 42 home runs, and 76 walks.
High School Career
While attending Dexter High School, Chris was rated as the No. 356 prospect in the nation by Perfect Game. Despite this, he was given more rankings by other sites including 19th-rated third baseman and the No. 5 prospect from the state of Massachusetts. While in high school, Chris was picked by Baseball America as the No. 25 prospect during the MLB Draft 2017 in New England. He also earned other prestigious rankings like No. 123 in the country and No. 2 prospect in the state by Prep Baseball Report. Among the various honors being offered to him during his high school career, he earned the title of First-team all-state honoree in 2017 by USA Today. In high school, he was a two-sport athlete and used to play both baseball and football.
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Seasons at Wake Forest (2018 to 2021)
Chris Lanzilli appeared for overall 170 games with 166 games in starts while being committed to Wake Forest. He appeared and finished the Old Gold & Black Career while making a batting average of .298, 195 hits, 42 home runs, 147 RBI, 76 walks, and 46 doubles. He finished the career with third-most home runs and ranked among the most active Division I baseball players. Chris had 42 home runs which made him tied for the 8th all-time in the history of Wake Forest and made the career blast.
2019 MLB Draft
Chris spent his year 2019 practicing for the MLB Draft. From the side of the Wake Forest University, he appeared for the 2019 MLB June Amateur Draft where he was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 39th round.
Honors during sophomore year in 2018
The sophomore season Chris proved to be the most important year of his life. During the season, he earned All-America honors and made history on his name after he scored a .347 batting average, 19 doubles, 67 RBIs, and 16 homers. He earned the various honors and awards, among which few are:
- ABCA All-American (Second Team)
- NCBWA National Player of the Week (played on March 18)
- Collegiate Baseball Newspaper National Player of the Week (for March; March 18)
- Golden Spikes Award National Player of the Week (for March; March 18)
Chris Lanzilli Biography
|Real Name||Christopher Albert Lanzilli|
|Birth Date||June 18, 1998|
|Age (as of 2022)||24 Years|
|Birth Place||Stoneham, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 2” – in Centimeters – 188 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 102 kg – in Pounds – 225 lbs|
|Who is his girlfriend?||None|
Chris is not committed to anyone in the industry. Most of his social media pictures are related to his family and friends and some of them belong to his childhood and infancy stages or while enjoying the summers.
Chris Lanzilli Net Worth
For the moment, there are only details of Chris’s accolades and honors that he earned during his whole educational and academic career while consecutively scoring for his baseball career.
- Chris Lanzilli shares a close and strong bond with his two years old elder brother, Cam.
- It is the story of his first season in college baseball which did not start well as he and his family hoped. By the end of March 2018, he was committed to Wake Forest University where he had the hitting under .150- the lowest of his whole career.
- During that time, he turned toward his elder brother, Cam, who convinced him that things were going in the wrong direction because they are no longer spending quality time together.
- Chris and Cam are only two years apart and they both share a baseball career, having their days involved with the major leagues in their career.
- Later in April and May, Chris Lanzilli had the hit of a .318 with 12 doubles along with 32 RBIs and 9 home runs and eventually, he earned the honor of Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American.