Colton Cowser is an American college defender representing the Sam Houston State Bearkats. ranks the rising star as the No. 13 in the overall hope of the 2021 MLB Draft and the No. 14 hopes of collegiate prospects by Cowser may have gotten his sports game from his mother, Anna, who played football for Texas A&M. She and Cowser’s father, Dale, are both high school football coaches.

Quick Info
Full NameColton Cowser
Date Of BirthMarch 20, 2000
Birth PlaceCypress, Texas
Parent(s)Anna, Dale
Occupationbaseball player
Age21 years
Body Measurement
Weight88 kg
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlack
Zodiac SignAries
Martial StatusUnmarried
Net WorthN/A

Soccer was not for Cowser, however. Another sport he played in high school was soccer, safety play, without a backpacker and a long-snapper in his final year. But Baseball was his true love. Playing for the Houston area of ​​Cypress Ranch, Cowser made the All-State standout, beating .411 with 30 steals and 38 RBI as he helped lead his school to Class 6A state finals 32-8-2 record. Cypress, originally from Texas, Colton Cowser, was born on March 20, 2000, under the sign of Aries. He is twenty-one years of American citizenship and is of white descent. Name Colton Cowser.

Colton Cowser Career

Cowser finished his high school career playing for Cypress Ranch High School in Cypress, Texas. In his final year, he received all-state honors after hitting .411 with 38 RBI and 30 bases stolen in 2018. That season, he was not taken to the 2018 MLB Draft, so he joined Sam Houston State University to play college baseball.

Colton Cowser

Cowser was the late bloomer at Cypress Ranch HS (in Cyprus, Texas), where he played with Ty Madden, who was first nominated in 2021, and J.j Goss and Matt Thompson, both entering the top two rounds in 2019. The Scouts liked Cowser but were not enough to choose him to Sam Houston, where he could surpass Glenn Wilson (No. 18 in all, 1980) as the highest man in school history. Nevertheless, the only Bearkat ever to play for the American national team was earning MVP honors in the 2019 series against Cuba after hitting .438 in six games.


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One of the best bats in the college class, Cowser has a mild stroke and gets about over and over. His quick hands allow him to drive a line of pepper across the field as he performs a highly controlled route. Although he now does not have much of a roof over his head, which leads to some questions about his strength, he has the ability to hit and power to provide 20 or more homers every year and answer some questions about his strength in depth five straight games in April and topped the Southland Conference with no homers. -16 this spring.

During his time as a Sophomore, Cowser earned a place in the Team USA Collegiate National Team. Following his hit of .438 in six runs, he won the 2019 USA vs. Cuba Friendship Series Player of the Year.

Colton Cowser


Colton Cowser Personal life

When it comes to personal life, Colton Cowser is a very secretive person. However, he shared a little information about his love, even his relationship status. It looks like the hunk is getting into Baseball and only Baseball. At present, it is believed that he is single.


Colton Cowser’s Net Worth

Under NCAA law, a college athlete is not paid a salary that plays for a college team. This is because they are a college athlete, not jobs. However, a college athlete has an entire scholarship course.

Colton Cowser


Colton did not receive a penny from his colleagues and high school. So now, it’s time to change and be professional and pull the trigger for Baseball, ranked 13th in the overall hope of the 2021 MLB Draft.


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Colton Cowser socials

Speaking of social media, he is not active that much. He has less than 2k followers on his Twitter (Aries) and is currently unavailable on Instagram or any other social media platform. So it seems that social media is not his hobby.


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