USA Baseball Announces 2021 Collegiate National Team Roster

USA Baseball announced its 2021 Collegiate National Team roster Thursday afternoon.

The 45-man roster will compete in a bit of a different format this summer. Typically the team plays a series of international opponents, but this summer the team will instead play an 11-game intrasquad series, with 10 of the games occurring at Appalachian League parks.

“We are thrilled to have such a strong group representing the U.S. on the 2021 Collegiate National Team as we tour through the cities of the Appalachian League this summer,” said Eric Campbell, USA Baseball Collegiate National Team general manager, in a press release. “This year’s team offers a unique experience to play with, and against, some of the best collegiate baseball talent in the country in some of the best baseball communities, and we are looking forward to an incredible series.”

The 2021 CNT is made up of players from 30 different collegiate programs, with 2021 national champion Mississippi State and Virginia leading the way with three players each. Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal Poly, California, Florida, North Carolina State, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas each have two players.

The full roster can be seen below:

Hunter Barco; LHP; Jacksonville, Fla.; Florida

Dylan Beavers; OF; Paso Robles, Calif.; California

Jacob Berry; INF; Queen Creek, Ariz.; Arizona

Justin Campbell; RHP; Simi Valley, Calif.; Oklahoma State

Reggie Crawford; LHP/INF; Frackville, Pa.; Connecticut

Dylan Crews; OF; Longwood, Fla.; LSU

Gavin Cross; OF; Bristol, Tenn.; Virginia Tech

Hayden Dunhurst; C; Carriere, Miss.; Mississippi

Jackson Fristoe; RHP; Paducah, Ky.; Mississippi State

Drew Gilbert; LHP/OF; Stillwater, Minn.; Tennessee

Jacob Gonzalez; INF; Glendora, Calif.; Mississippi

Caden Grice; 1B/LHP; Greer, S.C.; Clemson

Devereaux Harrison; OF/RHP; Vacaville, Calif.; Long Beach State

Sam Highfill; RHP/INF; Apex, N.C.; North Carolina State

Gabe Hughes; RHP; Eagle, Idaho; Gonzaga

Brock Jones; OF; Fresno, Calif.; Stanford

Jace Jung; INF; Flower Mound, Texas; Texas Tech

Brooks Lee; INF; San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Cal Poly

Ethan Long; INF/RHP; Gilbert, Ariz.; Arizona State

Sean McLain; INF; Tustin, Calif.; Arizona State

Parker Messick; LHP; Plant City, Fla.; Florida State

Robert Moore; INF; Leawood, Kan.; Arkansas

Aaron Nixon; RHP/INF; McAllen, Texas; Texas

Carson Palmquist; LHP; Fort Myers, Fla.; Miami

Kevin Parada; C; Pasadena, Calif.; Georgia Tech

Will Sanders; RHP; Atlanta; South Carolina

Nate Savino; LHP; Sterling, Va.; Virginia

Landon Sims; RHP; Cumming, Ga.; Mississippi State

Paul Skenes; C/RHP; Lake Forest, Calif.; Air Force

Jordan Sprinkle; INF; Palm Springs, Calif.; UC Santa Barbara

Brandon Sproat; RHP; Pace, Fla.; Florida

Adam Stone; RHP; Stamford, Conn.; Harvard

Daniel Susac; C; Roseville, Calif.; Arizona

Logan Tanner; C; Lucedale, Miss.; Mississippi State

Kyle Teel; C/INF; Mahwah, N.J.; Virginia

Drew Thorpe; RHP; Washington, Utah; Cal Poly

Blade Tidwell; RHP; Loretto, Tenn.; Tennessee

Carter Trice; INF; Mechanicsville, Va.; Old Dominion

Chris Villaman; LHP/INF; High Point, N.C.; North Carolina State

Jack Washburn; RHP; Webster, Wis.; Oregon State

Carson Whisenhunt; LHP; Mocksville, N.C.; East Carolina

Josh White; RHP; Danville, Calif.; California

Jaxon Wiggins; RHP; Roland, Okla.; Arkansas

Tanner Witt; RHP/INF; Houston; Texas

Matthew Wyatt; RHP; Towson, Md.; Virginia



The full 2021 CNT schedule is below:




Jul 2

American Legion Field

Danville, Va.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 3

Burlington Athletic Stadium

Burlington, N.C.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 4

National Training Complex

Cary, N.C.

1:30 p.m. ET

Jul 6

Pioneer Park

Greeneville, Tenn.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 7

TVA Credit Union Stadium

Johnson City, Tenn.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 8

DeVault Memorial Stadium

Bristol, Va.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 9

Riverside Park

Elizabethton, Tenn.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 10

Hunter Wright Stadium

Kingsport, Tenn.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 13

Calfee Park

Pulaski, Va.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 14

Hunnicutt Field

Princeton, W.V.

7 p.m. ET

Jul 15

Bowen Field

Bluefield, W.V.

6:30 p.m. ET

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