2007's Top 25 Transfers





See also: Top 50 Incoming Freshmen


Here's a look at the top 25 transfers ranked by Aaron Fitt according to both immediate impact and long-term potential. As with most Baseball America rankings, the tie goes to better prospect.

RankPlayerPos.New SchoolOld School
1Matt Mangini3bOklahoma State
North Carolina State
2Charlie FurbushlhpLouisiana StateSt. Joseph's (Maine)
3Jess ToddrhpArkansasNavarro (Texas) JC
4Enrique GarciarhpMiamiPotomac (W.V.) State JC
5Duke WelkerrhpArkansasSeminole (Okla.) State JC
6Josh LindblomrhpPurdueTennessee
7Brian FloreslhpArizona StateNew Mexico JC
8Shooter HuntrhpTulaneVirginia
9David Cooper1bCaliforniaCal State Fullerton
10Tim SmithofArizona StateMidland (Texas) JC
11Jason Ogata3b/ofOregon StateLouisiana State
12J.P. Padron3bRiceSan Jacinto (Texas) JC
13Martin BenorhpOklahoma StateMississippi Gulf Coast CC
14Alan FarinarhpClemsonDaytona Beach (Fla.) CC
15Mark HallbergssFlorida StateIllinois-Chicago
16Donnie HumelhpSan Diego StateLong Beach State
17Tommy Pealerhp/1bSan FranciscoLong Beach (Calif.) CC
18Brandon HicksssTexas A&MSan Jacinto (Texas) JC
19James RusselllhpTexasNavarro (Texas) JC
20Aljay Davis2bOklahomaNortheast Oklahoma A&M
21Danny OterorhpSouth FloridaDuke
22Kirkland Riverslhp/1bTexas A&MTexarkana (Texas) JC
23Mike Roskopf1bNorth Carolina StateYavapai (Ariz.) JC
24Frank LoNigrocSan Diego StateFresno State
25Chris KelleylhpRiceSan Jacinto (Texas) JC