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Baranik Ready For Fall Finale

Mike Lemaire -Premium Content

Perfect Game's World Wood Bat Association Championship tournament kicks off Oct. 21 in Jupiter, Fla. Thousands of players come from all over the country, as well as Canada and Puerto Rico to play in front of hundreds of scouts and college coaches. In most cases, this is the last big look at players until their high schools begin playing this spring. One player hoping to make a lasting impression is Louisiana righthander Carson Baranik, who Baseball America intern Mike Lemaire profiled this summer. . .<br/>

High School | #2010#Events#Perfect Game World Wood-Bat Association Championships

World Wood Bat Class Of 2007 Top 20 Prospects

Alan Matthews -Premium Content

The WWBA fall championship is the final major scouting event of the year and has become a valuable setting for scouts to evaluate some of the country's best high school players. Here's a look at the top 20 seniors in attendance, as judged by BA's Alan Matthews in conjunction with scouts in attendance. Rankings reflect the player's ceiling and likelihood of reaching that ceiling with some consideration to performance at the event.

High School | #2007#Events#Perfect Game World Wood-Bat Association Championships