Top College Baseball Prospects 2016

Top College Baseball Prospects 2016

The Top College Baseball Prospects 2016 - LIST:

The college baseball season is officially underway and many of this years draft prospects have the opportunity to improve their draft stock with an impressive season.

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This college draft class has pretty much the same unanimous four as most likely to be drafted the earliest including; Florida's A.J. Puk, Oklahoma's Alec Hansen, Lousiville's Corey Ray and Buddy Reed from Florida.  Several power prospects such as Bobby Dalbec and Gio Brusa have a chance to really skyrocket their draft position by cutting down their strikeouts.

Find out which of these Top College Prospects will be drafted in the first round.

Each tab below has our rankings of the top college baseball prospects for 2016. 

  • Top 50 Prospects
  • PREseason all-america

Top College Baseball Prospects by Conference


1. A.J. Puk, lhp, Florida

2. Buddy Reed, OF, Florida

3. Nick Senzel, 3B, Tennessee

4. Robert Tyler, RHP, Georgia

5. Brian Reynolds, OF, Vanderbilt

6. Logan Shore, RHP, Florida

7. Jordan Sheffield, OF, Vanderbilt

8. Dakota Hudson, RHP, Mississippi State

9. Errol Robinson, SS, Mississippi

10. Zach Jackson, RHP, Arkansas


1. Corey Ray, OF, Lousiville

2. Kyle Funhouser, RHP, Lousiville

3. Chris Okey, C, Clemson

4. Zack Collins, C, Miami

5. Zach Burdi, RHP, Louisville

6. Bailey Clark, RHP, Duke

7. Will Crowe, RHP, South Carolina

8. Will Craig, 1B, Wake Forest

9. Bryan Garcia, RHP, Miami

10. Nate Mondou, 2B, Wake Forest

BIG 12

1. Alec Hansen, RHP, Oklahoma

2. Garrett Williams, LHP, Oklahoma St.

3. Jake Elliott, RHP, Oklahoma

4. Sheldon Neuse, SS/RHP, Oklahoma

5. Mitchell Traver, RHP, TCU

6. Chandler Eden, RHP, Texas Tech

7. Tres Barrera, C, Texas

8. Brian Howard, RHP, TCU

9. Ryan Sluder, OF, Oklahoma St.

10. Michael Mertz, RHP, Oklahoma State


1. Alex Caruso, OF, St. John's

2. Thomas Hackimer, RHP, St. John's

3. Matt Warren, RHP, Creighton

4. Robbie Knightes, 3B, St. John's

4. Daniel Rizzie, C , Xavier

6. Andre Jernigan, SS, Xavier

7. Troy Dixon, DH/INF, St. John's

8. Matt Smith, RHP, Georgetown,

9. Reagan Fowler, 1B, Creighton

10. Todd Czinege, 2B, Villanova

PAC 12

1.Matt Krook, LHP, Oregon

2. Cal Quantrill, RHP, Stanford

3. Bobby Dalbec, 3B/RHP, Arizona

4. Daulton Jefferies, RHP, California

5. Colby Woodmansee, RHP, Arizona St.

6. Ian Hamilton, RHP, Washington State

7. Stephen Nogosek, RHP, Oregon

8. Tommy Edman, 2B, Staforn

9. Tucker Forbes, RHP, UCLA

10. Trevor Morrison, SS, Oregon State


1. Corbin Burnes, RHP, Saint Mary's

2. Gio Brusa, OF, Pacific

3. Aaron Barnett, C, Pepperdine

4. Brandon Bailey, RHP, Gonzaga

5. Colton Waltner, C, San Diego

6. Brandon Caruso, OF, Pepperdine

7. Austin Miller, OF, LMU

8. Stevie Berman, C, Santa Clara

9. Anthony Villa, IF, Saint Mary's

10. Vince Arobio, RHP, Pacific

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