St. Elmo's Parks will lead the outfield, after providing a consistent bat for the Eagles during the spring, batting over .400.
Nick Bauer and Nate Matthews both started for their respective teams in the outfield last year, and should be in the mix during fall ball this year. Andrew Koonce brings youth to the mix, as the sophomore has a slick glove and could find his way into the lineup.
Behrends and Maxey should split time at shortstop, depending on who is pitching and who's not. Maxey is also listed as a third baseman, and could play there when both he and Behrends are off the hill.
Flowers should start at third base after starting all year during the spring as a freshman at the hot corner. Malachi Maxey will probably be the second baseman after a successful freshman campaign during the spring.
Hall is moving across the diamond and playing first base for the Bombers.
The Bombers have 11 underclassmen, and thanks to the improved numbers, they can form a junior varsity team.
"We will be playing some JV games this fall in order to get playing time for our younger players," Beccue said. "These guys have some skills so we want to get them on the field as much as possible in order to build for our future."
The co-op will be playing at Bob Page Field in Brownstown, as the Bombers are officially hosting the co-op.
Their first season gets underway against an NTC opponent, as the Bombers open Tuesday against the Dieterich Movin' Maroons.