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Pitchers Lead The Way On All-American Team

Jim Callis -Premium Content

For the second straight year following a 2008 bumper crop of hitters that included Pedro Alvarez, Buster Posey, Gordon Beckham and Justin Smoak, the college pitching talent significantly dwarfs the position players available in the draft. The disparity is even more glaring on our preseason All-America team selected by major league scouting directors, which includes only NCAA Division I players and thus excludes CC of Southern Nevada catcher Bryce Harper, the top overall prospect and best power hitter in the 2010 draft. Furthermore, the top D-I position player is Rice sophomore third baseman Anthony Rendon, who won't be draft-eligible until 2011.

College | #2010#All-America Teams#Awards

2007 High School All-America Teams

After one of the best high school classes of the decade parted ways for professional and college baseball, the wake left behind will be felt for years. Picking this year's High School All-America teams was tougher than ever, and the players chosen offered the best combination of performance and prospect status.

High School | #2007#All-America Teams#Awards