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D1 Digest: Tuesday, Feb. 20
Florida freshman righthander Jack Leftwich showed electric stuff in his debut. His performance and many others headline our look back at Tuesday’s action.
2019 College Top 100 Prospects
Though it’s still early for the 2019 MLB draft, Florida’s Tyler Dyson headlines a star-studded list of Top 100 prospects for next year’s draft.
Power Rankings: Second Base
Oregon State’s Nick Madrigal headlines our list of the top 30 second basemen in college baseball.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 11 UCLA
Michael Toglia is one of several emerging stars for UCLA, which has the balance and firepower to make a lot of noise in the Pac-12.
Fall Report: UCLA
Daniel Amaral is one of several talented players who have taken jumps forward this fall for UCLA, which looks built to make a deep postseason run.
Prospect Wrap: Northwoods League
Florida’s Tyler Dyson was electric last week and headlines the premier Northwoods League prospects.
Canning Puts On A Show
Griffin Canning has developed into one of the elite West Coast arms and he showed why once more with a 134-pitch shutout of rival USC.
Teams On The Upswing: Week 7
Alex Cunningham threw his second consecutive CG shutout for Coastal Carolina, one of 10 surging teams that boosted its stock last week.
Stat Roundup: April 2 Leaderboard
Reed Rohlman homered twice and drove in seven runs for Clemson, landing him atop the Sunday individual leaderboard.
Top 100 Freshman Prospects
Ole Miss’ Grae Kessinger is one of several infielders near the top of our list of Top 100 Freshman prospects.
Position Power Rankings: Second Base
Coming off an MVP summer in the Cape Cod League, Virginia’s Ernie Clement ranks atop our list of college baseball’s top 50 second basemen.
2017 Conference Previews: Pac-12
Griffin Canning leads a retooled UCLA club that could make noise in a deep, competitive Pac-12 Conference.
Fall Report: UCLA
Flame-throwing lefthander Justin Hooper is a major X-factor who has taken a big step forward for UCLA, which has its eye returning to the postseason.
2016 Recruiting Class Rankings: 11-20
As we look ahead to the 2017 season, we examine the top 30 classes of newcomers in the nation beginning with numbers 11-20.