The Kamloops Sun Devils may have struggled as a whole at the WBC, but a Prince George product led the way in essentially every batting stat for Kamloops. Brandon Hunter, who was competing in his fourth World Baseball Challenge, was tremendous. In six games, he led them with a .333 batting average, good for 14th at the WBC. He topped Kamloops with six runs and eight hits as well. Hunter also added three home runs to lead the Sun Devils, which was second-most in the tourney, along with five runs batted in, which paced Kamloops and had him sitting 7th for the entire World Baseball Challenge.