2022 Made it to Campus Junior College Recruiting Class #63-#43

As many people know Junior College baseball plays a huge role when it comes to the 4-year landscape. Every year 100s of junior college guys make their way to 4-year schools and make an impact. Halfway through last year, we released our mid-season Juco Recruiting Classes, and since then there has been a lot of change. Guys getting drafted, Guys switching their Commitments, and even guys making commitments. 

We originally were going to have a Top 50 but after getting stuff going we realized that we could not stop at 50 and had to expand to 63. Yes, that is a random number but hey that is just how we do things over here. 

#42-#22: https://thejbb.net/2021/10/15/2022-made-it-to-…s-rankings-42-22/

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2021 AVISTA NAIA World Series Junior College Ties

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Div. 1- South Atlantic District Preview (Reg. 8)

When people think of junior college baseball there are generally 3 states/areas people will say if they do not know much about it. Texas anywhere, Arizona, and then Florida. And they are not wrong in that simple thought. Florida year in and year out has some of the top Teams, Players, and Prospects in the country. 

In the past 10 years, the winner of this district has played in a National Title game 5 times (Chipola 2018, 2019), Northwest Florida State (2015), Miami Dade (2014), and Palm Beach State (2013). And took home 3 National Titles (Chipola 2018, 2019 and Northwest Florida State (2015). 

On the Tallent Side of this District we could sit here for days and talk about each team in length but here is some of the top names out in florida this year:

Florida Southwestern States- Luis Tuero and Carter Cunningham

Chipolas- Bo Bonds, Cam Gray, and Andrew Baker

Santa Fes-Luis Rodriguez and Johnathan Logsdon

St. Petersburg's-Chris Williams

State College of Florida's-Cole Ayers, Tucker Mitchell, and Rook Ellington

Northwest Florida's-Dylan DeLucia, Nasir Fredrick, and Tyler Kehoe

Gulf Coasts-Justin Kelley, and Dallen Leach

St. Johns Rives- Dawson Gause

Central Florida's-Nick Calero, Mason Ronan, and Logan Adams

Hillsboroughs-Adrian Mella

Lake Sumter States-Naphis Llanos

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