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2017 Conference Previews: Big Ten
Oliver Jaskie leads a deep, talented Michigan squad that should be a strong challenger for No. 22 Maryland in the competitive Big Ten.
Fall Report: Michigan
Oliver Jaskie and Michigan fell just short of a postseason berth last season, but as our fall report suggests, it’s only fueling their fire now.
Week 10 Power Rankings: Catcher
Zack Collins took over the No. 1 spot in our updated rankings of college baseball’s top catchers after 10 weeks of play.
Midseason College Top 100 Prospects
Halfway through the college season, no consensus has emerged at the top of the draft, where Florida’s A.J Puk is hoping to grab the top spot.
Baumann: Picking A King In The North
Kent State took three of four at Liberty this weekend to strengthen its case as the best team in the North. Find out how Michael Baumann ranks the North’s top five teams.
College Prospect Notebook: Week Five
J.B. Woodman has been getting scouts’ attention of late, and we’ll break down why he and others across the nation have improved their prospect stock this past week.
Weekend Preview: March 18-20
Weekend Preview focuses on three teams that face major tests in marquee series this weekend: Arizona State, Miami and Michigan.
Week 4 Power Rankings: Catcher
Oregon State’s Logan Ice is the biggest climber in our updated ranking of the best catchers in college baseball after four weeks.
Position Power Rankings: Catcher
Virginia’s Matt Thaiss and Florida’s J.J. Schwarz rank among the nation’s best catchers largely because of their bats, while others crack our Top 50 catchers list based more on their defense.
2016 Conference Previews: Big Ten
Carmen Benedetti and Michigan will fight for the Big Ten crown, and Michael Baumann has team breakdowns, prospect lists and much more.
The College 300: Preseason 2016
Florida lefthander AJ Puk is the unquestioned premier arm in the country and tops our preseason list of the Top 300 College Prospects for the 2016 draft.
Fall Report: Michigan
Carmen Benedetti and Michigan had a strong 2015 campaign, but as Kendall Rogers writes, it had a strong fall and several players are worth watching going into ’16.