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One thing that is always talked about is the JuCo Route. From how well it works, to it is theRead more
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).
#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
#8-Zac Robinson-RHP-Wabash Valley
#9-Quinton Hall-OF-Johnson County
#10-Ricky Tiedemann-LHP-Long Beach
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
And here it is the Top 101 Prospects as decided by us here at the JBB. This list just like the Watch List, reaches to all corners of the country with teams from all three Divisions of the NJCAA (1,2,3), the CCCAA and the NWAC as well. 60 Different schools are represented across the 101. Five Schools have over Five on the list with Two having Six and Two having Seven.
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