USA Baseball has announced the first 12 college players who have accepted invitations to the national team trials to be held June 11-13. Cal State Fullerton and Tennessee lead the way with two players apiece: outfielder Josh Fellhauer and shortstop Christian Colon from CSF and outfielder Kentrail Davis and lefthander Bryan Morgado from UT. There are eight sophomores and four freshmen on the initial list, which will eventually be expanded to 32. At trials, a 22-man roster will be selected.
Vanderbilt sophomore lefty Mike Minor is the lone player among the first 12 who played for Team USA last summer. The other sophomores are Fellhauer, Missouri righthander Kyle Gibson, San Diego righty A.J. Griffin, Arizona State righty/utilityman Mike Leake, Oklahoma State lefty Andrew Oliver, Missouri outfielder Aaron Senne and Arizona righty Jason Stoffel.
The freshmen are Morgado (a redshirt freshman), Colon, Davis and Auburn first baseman Hunter Morris.
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