Texas Tech slugger Cameron Warren (Aaron Fitt)

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D1 Analytics: 2019 Top Senior Hitters

Prospects

Since the advent of bonus pools and the slotting system in 2012, college seniors have become even more valuable in the draft. Not only as prospects, but also as money savers for each club’s limited bonus pool. As a 22- or 23-year-old, there isn’t much projection and development remaining so a senior must be able to perform right away. And in reality, perform everyday to earn playing time. This leads us to the question: Which seniors should have the best chance of doing this?

One simple way to justify a senior’s ability to step right in and perform at the pro level is his current performance in college. To determine this, we have broken down hitting into three categories: Plate Discipline, Hit Ability, and Game Power and combined them to calculate an Analytics Score. Click here for a more detailed explanation. The rankings are based only on 2019 statistics with an adjustment to account for park effects of the most extreme hitter and pitcher friendly parks, as well as an adjustment for a team’s strength of schedule.

Here are our top 50 performers in the batter’s box.


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