Collegiate Baseball 2021 All-Americans

The 2021 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, powered by Diamond Sports, feature a remarkable mix of talented NCAA Division I baseball players across the USA.

The first team All-Americans include Collegiate Baseball’s projected 2021 National Player Of The Year in RHP Kumar Rocker of Vanderbilt. The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder could easily be the first pick in the 2021 MLB Draft next June.

Last season, he posted a 2-1 record, 1.80 ERA and struck out 28 batters in only 15 innings before the COVID-19 pandemic halted play.

The year prior, Rocker struck out 114 batters with 21 walks over 22 games as a freshman. During a regional game against Duke, he struck out 19 batters and tossed Vanderbilt’s first no-hitter since 1971. 

Florida, ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball’s Fabulous 50 Pre-Season poll, leads all schools with six pre-season All-Americans. 

For complete stats of all 2021 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, CLICK HERE.

The Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans for 2021, powered by Diamond Sports, include:

RHP Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt
RHP Tommy Mace, Florida
RHP Jaden Hill, Louisiana St.
RHP Zach Pettway, UCLA
RHP Jack Leiter, Vanderbilt
LHP Connor Prielipp, Alabama
Relief Haylen Green, Texas Christian
C Adrian Del Castillo, Miami (Fla.)
1B Bobby Seymour, Wake Forest
2B Brooks Carlson, Samford
3B Zack Gelof, Virginia
SS Matt McLain, UCLA
OF Jud Fabian, Florida
OF Grant Richardson, Indiana
OF Parker Chavers, Coastal Carolina
DH Kenyon Yovan, Oregon
UT Davis Sharpe, Clemson                                                                                          

RHP Mason Erla, Michigan St.
RHP Micah Dallas, Texas Tech.
RHP Christian MacLeod, Mississippi St.
LHP Zachary Torra, U.C. Santa Barbara
RHP Braden Olthoff, Tulane
LHP Doug Nikhazy, Mississippi
RHP Ty Madden, Texas
LHP Seth Lonsway, Ohio St.
RHP Pete Hansen, Texas
LHP Steve Hajjar, Michigan
RHP Trenton Denholm, U.C. Irvine
RHP Ryan Cusick, Wake Forest
RHP Jack Leftwich, Florida
RHP Sam Bachman, Miami (Ohio)
RHP Walker Powell, Southern Mississippi
Relief Ben Specht, Florida
Relief Devin Fontenot, Louisiana St.
C Hunter Goodman, Memphis
C Caleb Bartolero, Troy
C Henry Davis, Louisville
1B Alex Toral, Miami (Fla.)
1B Brandt Belk, Missouri
2B Austin Shultz, Kentucky
2B Daniel Harris, Eastern Kentucky
2B Zack Raabe, Minnesota
3B Cody Morissette, Boston College
3B Alex Binelas, Louisville
SS Blayne Jones, Dallas Baptist
SS Drew Swift, Arizona St.
OF Brendyn Stillman, St. Bonaventure
OF Chris Newell, Virginia
OF Jacob Young, Florida
UT Ben Wanger, Miami (Fla.)

LHP Hunter Barco, Florida
RHP Kevin Abel, Oregon St.
RHP Jonathan Cannon, Georgia
LHP Jordan Wicks, Kansas St.
RHP Tanner Bibee, Cal. St. Fullerton
RHP Boyd Vander Kooi, Arizona St.
LHP Sam Strickland, Samford
RHP Gunnar Hoglund, Mississippi
Relief Derrick Cherry, Houston
Relief Andrew Abbott, Virginia
Relief Michael Kirian, Louisville
C Luca Tresh, N.C. State
C Zach Presno, Fresno St.
C Jackson Campbell, Belmont
C Sam Praytor, Alabama
C Shane McGuire, San Diego
1B Maxwell Costes, Maryland
1B Wes Clarke, South Carolina
1B Kyle Manzardo, Washington St.
2B Luis DeLeon, N.C. Central
2B Juan Colato, Grand Canyon
2B Jordan Cozart, Murray St.
3B Rankin Wooley, Auburn
SS Ryan Bliss, Auburn
SS Cal Conley, Texas Tech.
OF Dylan Neuse, Texas Tech.
OF Parker Bates, Louisiana Tech.
OF Levi Usher, Louisville
OF John Rhodes, Kentucky
OF Dan Bolt, Bradley
OF Jason Hinchman, Tennessee Tech.

The Jan. 8, 2021 College Preview edition of Collegiate Baseball newspaper is now available which features top players from every NCAA Division I Conference and projected Players and Pitchers Of The Year in each league, in addition to Players To Watch. Plus, three All-American teams of Division I players are also included. 

We also have an in-depth report on the top 40 pre-season teams in NCAA Division I, the top 78 draft eligible college players which have a great chance of being chosen in the first two rounds of the 2021 MLB Draft next June and rundowns on each level of college baseball.

To purchase the Jan. 8, 2021 edition of Collegiate Baseball or subscribe, CLICK HERE. 

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