Pre-Season 201

And here we are. After almost a month of previews, team rankings and such we have it. The JBB’s Pre-Season 201. Yes, that is a lot of names, and yes we are crazy. But first before you jump down our throat like some still probably will before actually reading this part. THIS IS NOT A DRAFT RANKING. Yes, there is some crossover. But, this is as it always a Ranking as to who we think is the top players at the junior college level regardless of how their draft stock looks, what division they play at, ext. 

There are 87 Different Schools Represented. The Top five schools represented below follow in order with Wabash Valley (13), San Jac (10), Crowder (9), both John A. Logan and Southern Nevada (8), and Walters State (7).

Top 10

#1-Christian McGowan-RHP-Eastern Oklahoma State
#2-Hunter Parks-RHP-Florence Darlington Tech
#3-Brant Voth-C-John A. Logan
#4-Peyton Zable-RHP-Iowa Western
#5-Harold Coll-SS-San Jac
#6-Curtis Washington Jr-OF-Wabash Valley
#7-Josh Fitzgerald-OF-Kirkwood
#8-Zac Robinson-RHP-Wabash Valley
#9-Quinton Hall-OF-Johnson County
#10-Ricky Tiedemann-LHP-Long Beach

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NJCAA D2 Strength of Schedule

With the season starting either right after this goes out or in the past if you are just reading it you know one thing is for sure. This year Junior College Baseball is about to be one of the Hottest things in the baseball world that nobody is talking about.. Well that is expected for use.

So since our Pre-Season Ranking came out we decided to take a look at some of the toughest schedules across the country.

In this post we look at the top 25 Toughest Div q Schedules this year as well as a team that we feel might not lose a game and possibly put the 2009 Howard teams record in jeopardy.

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Team
1
East Central (MS)
2
Des Moines Area
3
Meridian
4
Mississippi Gulf Coast
5
Southwest Mississippi
6
Mott
7
Copiah-Lincoln
8
Itawamba
9
Jones
10
Macomb
11
East Mississippi
12
Iowa Central
13
Hinds
14
Glendale
15
North Iowa Area
16
Ellsworth
17
Paradise Valley
18
Mississippi Delta
19
Northeast
20
Holmes
21
Iowa Lakes
22
National Park
23
Southeastern
24
Scottsdale
25
Cleveland Community

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Top 101 2021 Pitchers

# Name School
1 Christian McGowan-Eastern Oklahoma
2 Hunter Parks-Florence Darlington Tech
3 Peyton Zable-Iowa Western
4 Zac Robinson-Wabash Valley
5 Ricky Tiedemann-Long Beach
6 Jason Bollman-Wabash Valley
7 Jacob Misiorowski-Crowder
8 Mat Olsen-Central Arizona
9 Johny Cuevas-Southern Nevada
10 Kris Bow-Southern Nevada

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2021 Pre-Season Rankings

  # D1 D2 D3 1 Southern Nevada LSU Eunice Tyler 2 Wabash Valley Pearl River Bergen 3 McLennan NOC-Tonkawa

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Div. 2- North Plains District (Reg. 11, 13)

The North Plains has been dominated the past decade by teams from Iowa. of the 16 Teams that make up this district, 7 of them are from Iowa (Kirkwood, North Iowa Area, Southeastern, Des Moines Area, Iowa Central, Iowa Lakes, and Ellsworth), While the rest of the District is made up of teams from Nebraska, Montana, North Dakota, Michigan, and Minnesota. 

Despite having big teams make it to Enid every year this District has had the unfortunate “Dry Streak”. The Last National Championship game came back in 2003 when Iowa Central finished second to Grand Rapids. Northeast (NE) was the winner in 2019 making the schools first trip to the World Series ever in just the 2nd year; Kirkwood’s last trip was in 2018; Southeast (NE) went in 2017, North Iowa Area went in 2016, 2015, and 2013; Southeastern (IA) went in 2014, and Des Moines Area takes the last two spots over the past decade with trips in back to back years in 2011 and 2012.

The talent is at an all time high in the North Plains (and everywhere else) this year. It is lead by:

Kirkwood’s- Luke Llewellyn, Josh Fitzgerald, and Joel Vaske

North Iowa Area’s- Cole Hupke, Robert Hogan, and Thomas Gross

Northeast’s (NE)- Alex Potter, Houston Fogelstrom,. And Jeremy Schneider

Bay College’s- Tanner Halvorson

Des Moines Area’s-Carter Boernemeir, Ray Ray Douglas, and Ben Nippolt 

Iowa Central’s- Devon Schewe, Devin Hurdle, and Mat Dreher

Bismark State’s- Brayden Koenig

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