State Report: Iowa

Iowa's list starts with three high schoolers, four juco players and an independent leaguer—not to mention a basketball player from Northern Iowa, which no longer has a baseball team. In Iowa the college programs lag behind the high schools and junior colleges in terms of churning out prospects. Iowa State dropped baseball after the 2001 season, and Northern Iowa followed suit after last season, leaving Iowa as the state's lone NCAA Division I college program—and the Hawkeyes' winning record this spring was just their second in the last 14 years.

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