The Intercounty Baseball League named its top 100 players in early February and, despite having only played in the 21st century, a lot of Barrie Baycats made the list.

A half-dozen current Baycats made the cut for a list chosen from all athletes that have competed in the IBL over the past 100 years.

Catcher Kyle DeGrace; infielder Jordan Castaldo; outfielder Glenn Jackson; Barrie native, right fielder Ryan Spataro; left-handed pitcher Brad Bissell, of Penetanguishene and current manager and former pitcher Angus Roy were among those chosen.

Also named to the top 100 were outfielder Frankie Hare, designated hitter Kevin Hinton and first baseman Sean Reilly, all of whom played for the Baycats in 2011.

Paul Spoljaric, the former major-league pitcher who threw for the Baycats from 2008-10, is the final member of the list that suited up in a Barrie uniform.

A ceremony, in Kitchener, on Feb. 24 will honour the players.