2020 MLB Draft Sleepers
David Seifert examines some of our staff’s favorite sleeper prospects for the 2020 MLB draft, including Rice shortstop Trei Cruz.
2020 Ivy League Preview: Penn Looks Mightiest
The Ivy league is well stocked, which should make for a compelling race in 2020. But Pennsylvania has the most proven talent back in the fold, making the Quakers the team to beat.
2020 SEC Preview: Get Ready For Another Battle Royale
The SEC figures to be a heavyweight free-for-all once again, with seven teams in the top 11 of the D1Baseball Top 25, and as much depth as ever.
2020 Sun Belt Conference Preview: Coastal Remains On Top
Coastal Carolina is once again the favorite to win the Sun Belt, but Troy and Georgia Southern aren’t far behind. Here’s our in-depth look at the conference this spring.
2020 D1Baseball Preseason Third Team All-Americans
The season is right around the corner and it’s time to take an inside look at our Preseason Third Team All-Americans.
2020 MLB Draft: College Names You Must Know
College baseball has several stars to watch as the 2020 campaign nears. Here are names you must remember this spring, and why.
2020 D1Baseball Preseason Second Team All-Americans
The season is nearing and our Preseason All-America Teams are here. Here’s an inside look at players who made our second team.
2020 D1Baseball Preseason First Team All-Americans
Reigning national champion Vanderbilt landed the most players on D1Baseball’s Preseason All-America teams, and the most players on the first team. Find out who made the list.
Preseason Top 25: 10 More Teams To Watch
Our 2020 college baseball coverage began with our Preseason Top 25 last week. Now, we dissect 10 more teams we considered for the rankings.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 25 Ole Miss
Ole Miss has a younger roster than usual, but the Rebels are still aiming high with the return of Tyler Keenan and others.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 24 Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s Cade Cavali has one of the nation’s best arms and looks to lead the Sooners to uncharted territory in 2020. Here’s how OU grades out.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 23 North Carolina
UNC has plenty of big shoes to fill from last year’s super regional club, but super sophomores Aaron Sabato and Danny Serretti are back to anchor a new-look lineup, and the bullpen is among the nation’s best.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 22 Oklahoma State
The nation’s No. 3 recruiting class helped Oklahoma State reload after losing some key pieces from last year’s super regional team. If the newcomers live up to high hopes, the Cowboys will be very dangerous again.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 21 East Carolina
East Carolina continues to have a wealth of success, but Alec Burleson and the Pirates are still looking for the program’s first trip to Omaha.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 19 Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech has an athletic, balanced lineup led by six quality upperclassmen, and some very intriguing but largely unproven talent on the mound. A loaded freshman class provides big reinforcements.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 20 Texas A&M
Texas A&M is once again loaded on the mound with the return of lefthander Asa Lacy and others. Here’s how the Aggies grade out entering the 2020 campaign.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 18 Wake Forest
Bobby Seymour and Chris Lanzilli headline a fearsome Wake Forest offense that has a very real chance to be the nation’s best. If the talented pitching staff can live up to its potential, the Deacs have Omaha upside.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 17 Stanford
Stanford’s Brendan Beck is back and the Cardinal returns several quality arms as it looks ahead to the 2020 season. What’s in store for Dave Esquer’s club? Find out.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 16 NC State
NC State might have lost some star power, but Patrick Bailey is back to anchor a very balanced, deep roster loaded with quality upperclassmen and exciting young breakout candidates.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 14 UCLA
Noah Cardenas and UCLA had a wonderful 2019 campaign that didn’t end in Omaha. Now, the Bruins look to finish the job in 2020.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 15 Duke
Coming off two straight super regional appearances, Duke might have its best team yet in 2020, with an experienced and powerful lineup and the deepest pitching staff of the Chris Pollard era.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 13 Michigan
Michigan made waves last season with a trip to the CWS Finals. Now, it looks to finish the job in 2020 with the return of righthander Jeff Criswell and others.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 12 Florida State
Florida State’s loaded pitching staff and intriguing power potential give new head coach Mike Martin Jr. a real chance to pick up right where his dad left off in 2019: with a run to Omaha.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 11 LSU
A deep collection of supremely talented power arms should make LSU a serious contender once again in 2020, and the Tigers could make a run at the national title if their promising young lineup matures as hoped.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 10 Mississippi State
Mississippi State has the offensive firepower, defensive playmakers and pitching depth to make a run at Omaha for the third year in a row if some of its young arms mature as hoped.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 9 Arizona State
Spencer Torkelson has had an incredible career with the Devils, and he could get icing on the cake this season by helping ASU get back to Omaha.