2015’s Top 25 Recruiting Classes
Vanderbilt has established itself as one of the nation’s premier programs during the Tim Corbin era, winning the national title two years ago, and of course, finishing as national runner-up to Virginia this past season. The Commodores, though, have more good news as they are D1Baseball’s No. 1 2015 recruiting class.
The list of impressive prospects and recruits in Vanderbilt’s class is almost endless. Vandy has two outstanding arms in Chandler Day and Donny Everett, among others, while Connor Kaiser, though not having some of the same acclaim as some other former elite prep prospects, could end up being the jewel of the class before all is said and done.
While Vanderbilt leads the charge, the Commodores had stiff competition atop the rankings with Brady Singer and Florida at No. 2 and UCLA coming in at No. 3. Perhaps UCLA’s class is a little foreshadowing for Nevada, as the Pack’s new head coach, T.J. Bruce, was the one to piece together this elite group.
With further ado, our recruiting rankings.
|4||Georgia Tech||Class Breakdown|
|5||Florida State||Class Breakdown|
|6||Mississippi State||Class Breakdown|
|7||South Florida||Class Breakdown|
|9||Oregon State||Class Breakdown|
|12||South Carolina||Class Breakdown|
|13||North Carolina||Class Breakdown|
|19||Ole Miss||Class Breakdown|
|22||Texas A&M||Class Breakdown|
|24||Arizona State||Class Breakdown|