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Top College Baseball Players 2009

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Kentrail Davis Report Abuse
This left handed hitting outfielder has earned his way on the list due to his power behind the bat. With breaking high school records this young man showed true potential. Since being in college he hasn’t let up. After his freshman year he was selected to play with the USA Collegiate National Team. With only playing 9 games he led his team with an average of .370. Due to an injury he was unable to finish the season but will be back on the field come 2010.
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Stephen Strasburg Report Abuse
Even while he was in high school this young man showed a lot of potential. He made new records in high school and continued to play his best with his heart while attending college. With colleges banging down his door, he chooses San Diego to further his education. He struck out 33 batters on April 11th which broke all the school records as well as breaking the conference records. He played in the Olympics in Beijing under the coaching of Davey Johnson where he started in two games with a 1-1 record and 2.45 ERA after 11 innings. This man has earned his right to be called the Top College Baseball Player of 2009.
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A.J. Pollock Report Abuse
This man has been receiving awards and following the footsteps of some of the greats. When in high school him as selected as the first freshman to play short stop. Since starting college he has been leading in his hitting averages as well as his records in stealing bases. He has picked up honors as All League Honors and named MVP. He reminds people of a slower Jacoby Ellsbury from the right side of the plate. Be sure to check out this Notre Dame outfielder next season.
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Mike Leake Report Abuse
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Ryan Jackson Report Abuse
Since starting his college career young Mr. Jackson has played shortstop for Miami. His hitting averages showed signs of needing polishing but that didn’t stop this young man. He has shown great improvement and even was a member of the USA Collegiate National Team where he played 22 games, (with 21 starts) out of 24 games. His averages finishing off the season were .232 with a homer and 13 RBI. With a little more training this man could be an unstoppable shortstop next season.
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Alex White Report Abuse
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Brett Jackson Report Abuse
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Leaving high school this young man was rated 135th best prospect in the nation and 5th in of his home town Georgia. His freshman year he played back up first baseman and everyday as DH. With the graduating team mate he started his second year as first baseman and really came into his own. He finished 3rd on his team with a batting average of .310, second on his team for homers (13) and 3rd on his team for RBI’s (49). This young man is going places.
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