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On The Mark: Mississippi Trip Takeaways
Our Mark Etheridge was on the road in the Magnolia State last week, and he has takes on Georgia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and South Carolina.
Midweek Short Hops: Tuesday, March 22
Dallas Baptist’s Darick Hall went deep four times Tuesday, highlighting a busy slate that also featured a number of in-state rivalry showdowns.
Stat Roundup: March 22 Top Performers
Zach Davis had three hits and stole four bases in Texas Tech’s win against New Mexico, earning him a spot on Tuesday’s individual leaderboard.
Rogers: Miss. State-Vandy Takeaways
Jeren Kendall and Vanderbilt came up short against Mississippi State, but we have notes on him and Vandy, plus takes on Mississippi State.
Rogers: Mississippi State’s Elite Tendencies
Jake Mangum and the rest of the Mississippi State team are showing signs of why this team had such high acclaim coming into the season against Vanderbilt.
Week 4 Power Rankings: Outfielder
Clemson’s Seth Beer is one of the biggest movers in our updated ranking of the top outfielders in college baseball. Louisville’s Corey Ray takes over at No. 1.
Position Power Rankings: Outfield
Mercer power plant Kyle Lewis is one of the nation’s most dangerous hitters, landing him near the top of our list of the Top 100 outfielders in Division I heading into 2016.
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.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 15 Mississippi State
Mississippi State suffered through a disappointing, injury-ravaged 2015 season, but the Bulldogs are a completely different team heading into this spring, loaded with speed, power and pitching.
Prospect Profiles: Mississippi State
Dakota Hudson has a chance to be drafted near the top of the first round, leading a strong group of Mississippi State players and recruits to watch for the 2016 draft.
Cape Hitting Prospects: The Rest
The Cape Cod League featured plenty of talented hitters, and Frankie Piliere dissects those prospects, such as Texas’ Tres Barrera, that have much upside.