In yesterday’s Draft we saw rounds 2-10 go down. More dreams being made. And even more chapters added to people’sRead more
Every year the Draft happens and every year there are many guys that get drafted that have Junior College ties. Whether they are straight from a Junior College or they played there in years past. Here is a Quick look at some of the Top Guys that have Junior College Ties in both senses of the above Definition. These are in no Ranked order.Read more
Every year things happen when it comes to recruits. Some get drafted. Some decide last minute that the school they picked is not for them anymore. Then others honor their commitment and end up on campus.
Well this past year as many of you know this is no normal year whatsoever. A lot of “Normal” recruiting tactics, Commitments, and much more changed where guys ended up going.
We here at the JBB did an end of the year 4-Year Recruiting Class update and thought that would be it. Well a lot changed. From schools getting guys back that they did not think they would have. To People going back to their Junior College, to Guys switching completely because they were given that choice.
For the past few weeks we have been talking to different schools all over the country checking, Double Checking, and Triple Checking if what we had stayed the same or if guys moved.
There were some surprises for sure when we saw where guys ended up going. There were also some that we missed before as a whole. (Hey we’re just two guys with an unhealthy obsession with Junior College baseball we miss things sometimes). After going through them all this is the list we came to….
Mid-American (Div 2)
Texas A&M Corpus
Stephen F. Austin
Ohio ValleyRead more
All-American Infield Noah Rabon- USC Lancaster (@USCLBaseball1) Freshman Christain Encarnacion-Strand (@c_encarnacion13)-Yavapai (@YavapaiBaseball) Sophomore Oklahoma State (@OSUBaseball) Commit 2020 Preseason AllRead more
Last year Chipola was on the hunt for a 3rd Straight National Title which is something that has not happened at the NJCAA Div. 1 level since the 1980s where San Jac won 3 in a row from 1985-1987. Them winning 2 in a row was also the first time that it has happened since 1999-2000 where Grayson won back to back titles.
Previous Winners: ‘19 Chipola, ‘18 Chipola (National Champs), ‘17 Chipola (National Champs), ‘16 Santa Fe, ‘15 Northwest Florida (National Champs), ‘14 Miami Dade (National Runner-Up), ‘13 Palm Beach State (National Runner Up), ‘12 Polk State, ‘11 Chipola, ‘10 State College of Florida
As always the State of Florida is loaded with talent and of course, this year is no different. Leading the way this year is Justice Thompson (North Carolina) from Northwest Florida takes home the Pre-Season Player of the Year Honors. Where State College of Florias Jake Smith takes home the Pre-Season Pitcher of the Year. Both Jake and Justice were Ranked in the Top 101 as well as were Both Preseason All-Americans.Read more