2020 Top 150 Impact Freshmen
Freshmen often make a huge impact on championship teams.
Look at the past two seasons as prime examples. In 2019 Vanderbilt righthander Kumar Rocker helped lead the Commodores to the national championship, while in 2018 Oregon State was led by Kevin Abel during its run to the CWS title.
They weren’t alone.
The past two seasons have also seen sluggers Spencer Torkelson (Arizona State) and Aaron Sabato (North Carolina) lead their respective programs in most offensive categories.
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