Seniors Taylor Bentley and Dalton Weightman and junior Tyler Gates begin June with the likelihood of seeing plenty of time on the diamond.
Bentley received selection to the Top 96/Senior All-Star Tournament, which began Tuesday and concludes Sunday. The Andrew College signee is part of the Northwest Georgia All-Star Team.
"Taylor is proof that hard work does pay off," Colonels coach Todd Eubanks said of Bentley, who hit .378 with 13 RBIs and two home runs, to go along with a .457 on-base percentage and .573 slugging percentage. "That [right] there shows that the kid has worked to earn his position. Nothing has been given to him.
"He's tickled to death [to make the team]."
While Bentley plays in the all-state tournament in Kennesaw and Macon, Gates and Weightman will play with Team Georgia in their respective all-star classics.
Gates heads to McAlester, Okla., June 10-15 for the 15th annual Junior Sunbelt Classic, where he will be joined by Cartersville's Kendall Hawkins.
Eubanks, who will accompany the Team Georgia senior team, said the game will offer an opportunity for Gates to get some exposure to colleges.
"It not only gives him statewide exposure but national exposure," he said.
Weightman and the Team Georgia seniors head to Oklahoma the week after their junior counterparts.
"It shows [respect] that they were chosen among kids from the entire state," said Eubanks, who added that two players were in the top 20 in their respective state classes. "It's an honor to not only represent your school, but you're representing the state you were raised in."
Eubanks said the participation of his two seniors -- who never had a losing record in four years at Cass -- is a good way to close out their prep careers.
"The fact that they both made these all-star teams is a good sendoff for their senior years," he said.