Monday, March 15, 2010

Diamond Futures College Top 25

Danny Hultzen has been a steady mound force for the Cavaliers

1) Texas (13-3)
The Longhorns are 11-1 since the season opening series, including 4-0 vs. Top 25.

2) Virginia (12-3)-
Great series win over Florida State this past weekend, but that was their first Top 25 test.

3) Louisiana State (13-2)
Tigers have beat up on weak competition at home, but will be tested against Razorbacks this weekend.

4) Florida State (13-2)
Seminoles had won twelve straight before losing to Cavaliers this past weekend.

5) Arizona State (15-0)
So. DH Zach Wilson is leading the way with a .440/.525/.700 line.

6) Georgia Tech (13-1)
With LSU’s Ranuado sidelined, Deck McGuire (3-0, 0.87) is best draft-eligible starter in the collegiate ranks.

7) Clemson (13-1)
Jr. starting QB Kyle Parker is looking less likely to see the grid iron this fall, as he has 6 HRs and a .396/.515/.755 line.

8) Texas Christian (12-2)
Remember Rangers’ June first round draftee Matt Purke? Purke posted a complete game 4-hitter, striking out 8 and walking no one against Texas Tech on Saturday.

9) Coastal Carolina (15-2)
The Chanticleers are red hot, going 13-1 over their last 14 games including a 10-1 record over the last 12 days.

10) Florida (11-3)
The Gators are being led by a talented group of underclassmen, but suffered a disappointing Sunday loss to Charleston Southern.

11) Rice (10-7)
There is little doubt that Sophomore 3B Anthony Rendon is the Nation’s most talented position player. Rendon is now batting .362/.606/.787 with 6 HRs on the season.

12) UC Irvine (9-6)
The Anteaters inconsistent offense is costing them at the moment.

13) Louisville (14-1)
The Cardinals had posted 13 straight wins to open the season before Saturday’s loss to Mississippi.

14) UCLA (13-0)
Dominating pitching, led by Sophomore Gerritt Cole, has led the Bruins to the nation’s most surprising start.

15) Cal State Fullerton (7-7)
Don’t be fooled by those 7 losses, as the Titans only non-Top 40 opponents this year have been Oregon and UAB.

16) Miami (10-4)
Junior Catcher Yasmani Grandal is batting .200 with no extra base hits in the Hurricanes four losses and .472 in their ten wins.

17) Oregon State (10-3)
Led by Tanner Robles and Greg Peavy, Beaver hurlers have posted a stingy 2.80 ERA.

18) Arkansas (12-3)
Sophomore eligible third baseman, Zack Cox has hit safely in every game this season for the Razorbacks.

19) Vanderbilt (14-1)
Strong pitching has led the Commodores to ten straight wins.

20) North Carolina (12-4)
Matt Harvey looks like the pitcher that everyone expected to see last season, as he is 3-0 with a 2.52 ERA and 26 Ks in 25IP.

21) Texas A&M (13-3)
The Aggies have won ten of their last eleven, but have yet to play a team ranked higher than #36.

22) Oklahoma (15-2)
The Sooners had won ten straight before Sunday’s loss to UCLA.

23) Mississippi (12-4)
Drew Pomeranz has led the Rebels with a 1.54 ERA and 40 Ks in 23IP.

24) Stanford (7-4)
No team has played more games vs. Top 25 teams than the Cardinal’s six.

25) Alabama (12-1)
The Tide hasn’t played a Top 25 team yet, but they have outscored their opponents by an average margin of 11-3.

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