2022 Made it to Campus Recruiting Class Rankings #21-#1

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.

#63-#43: https://thejbb.net/2021/10/14/2022-made-it-to-campus-recruiting-class-63-43/

#42-#22: https://thejbb.net/2021/10/15/2022-made-it-to-campus-recruiting-class-rankings-42-22/

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Mid-Season Update: University Junior College Recruiting Class Ranking

As we approach the Mid-Way point of the season we take a look at how the 4 Year Junior College Recruiting classes have changes sense the last time we release it back in November.
Honorable Mentions
New Mexico
Grand Canyon
New Orleans
Wichita State
Arkansas

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Div. 1- Midwest District Preview(Reg. 4, 11, & 24)

Did we save the best for last? Some might think that. But, in all honesty it was because there is so much talent in this district that myself and Chris could not come to an agreement very easily about who we thought would be receiving any of the pre-season accolades. 

To start, this district had the potential last year to have 3 of the top 4 teams in the country playing for one spot at the Juco World Series in Grand Junction. Second, last year when the season ended three of the top 5 spots in the final National Ranking were claimed by teams from this district (#1 John A. Logan 20-1, #2 Wabash Valley 17-2, and #5 Iowa Western 20-4). Third, those same three teams have very legitimate chances at being ranked in the preseason top 5 again this year as they have no fewer than 15 MLB draftable arms combined (too many to name them all) and this district boasts several of the best position players in the country in Voth, Washington, Hall, Pinales and Hodges.

When looking at the past winners of this District they have done extremely well at the National Stage in Grand Junction!

Without those three teams however there is still loads of talent that is present up and down this district. 

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Div. 1- Midwest District Preview(Reg. 4, 11, & 24)

Last year this was arguably the toughest region at the Division 1 level. At one you had 3 teams ranked

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