This year's class has a number of high-ceiling righthanders.
Scouts and analysts agree: Keston Hiura is the top college bat.
The Tar Heels lead all teams with three first-team All-Americans.
Florida and LSU came into the season as SEC favorites, and ended it on top.
Jorge Alfaro (pictured) and J.P. Crawford could be middle-of-the-diamond stars
The Top 100 Draft Prospects is led by two two-way SoCal prospects
Missing the NCAA tournament serves as motivation for the Beavers
All-star teams from every class, from Triple-A to Rookie ball
Dylan Cozens hit 40 homers, but the Phillies say he improved across the board
What can the Phillies expect from righthander Jake Thompson?
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J.P. Crawford projects as a well-rounded shortstop on both sides of the ball
Sandy Alcantara has heated up with the weather
Oregon State RHP Drew Rasmussen will be sidelined for the rest of the season
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