Blaine McIntosh, the Mets' 13th round selection at the 2019 MLB Draft, earned a prestigious honor this past weekend.
McIntosh took home the 2019 Todd Helton Award, given to Tennessee's high school baseball player of the year.
The 18-year-old is a speedy 6-foot-4 center field prospect who was described an as "explosive" outfielder by MLB.com prior to the draft.
McIntosh posted to social media showing off his hardware:
At the time of his selection by the Mets, McIntosh had a commitment to Vanderbilt, but instead opted to begin his professional career with the Mets in the Gulf Coast League.
In 24 games played and 92 plate appearances for the GCL Mets, McIntosh slashed ,228/.311/.228 with four RBI and five stolen bases to start his career.