Collegiate Baseball 2022 All-Americans

The 2022 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 2022 National Player Of The Year in 3B/DH Jacob Berry of Louisiana St.

The transfer switch-hitter from the University of Arizona hit .352 last season with 17 homers, 19 doubles, 5 triples and 70 RBI as a freshman for the Wildcats.

He was named Co-National Freshman Player of The Year in 2022 by Collegiate Baseball and is expected to be a high first round pick in the 2022 MLB Draft with another good season.

Texas, ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball’s Fabulous 50 Pre-Season poll, leads all schools with seven pre-season All-Americans (4 pitchers, 3 position players). 

For complete stats of all 2022 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, CLICK HERE.

The Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans for 2022, powered by Diamond Sports, include:

RHP Justin Campbell, Oklahoma St.
RHP Andrew Taylor, Central Michigan
LHP Parker Messick, Florida St.
RHP Blade Tidwell, Tennessee
LHP Hunter Barco, Florida
LHP Pete Hansen, Texas
Relief Landon Sims, Mississippi St.
C Daniel Susac, Arizona
1B Ivan Melendez, Texas
2B Jace Jung, Texas Tech.
3B Austin Knight, Charlotte
SS Brooks Lee, Cal Poly
OF Brock Jones, Stanford
OF Dylan Crews, Louisiana St.
OF Jud Fabian, Florida
DH/3B Jacob Berry, Louisiana St.
UT Paul Skenes, Air Force                                                                                     

RHP Sam Highfill, N.C. State

LHP Austin Krob, Texas Christian
RHP Tristan Stevens, Texas
LHP Jonathan Fincher, Louisiana Tech.
RHP Jace Kaminska, Wichita St.
RHP Jordan Patty, Central Michigan
RHP Cam Schlittler, Northeastern
LHP Mike Sansone, Fairfield
RHP Jake Noviello, Fairfield
RHP Nick DeGennaro, Stony Brook
RHP Austin Peterson, Connecticut
RHP Michael Frias, U.C. Irvine
RHP Dylan Tebrake, Creighton
Relief Aaron Nixon, Texas
Relief Tanner Witt, Texas
Relief Carson Palmquist, Miami (Fla.)
Relief Devereaux Harrison, Long Beach St.
Relief Nick Maldonado, Vanderbilt
C Logan Tanner, Mississippi St.
C Dominic Keegan, Vanderbilt
C Kevin Parada, Georgia Tech.
1B Tre Morgan, Louisiana St.
1B Cole Moore, Dallas Baptist
2B Robert Moore, Arkansas
2B Matt Shaw, Maryland
2B Carter Trice, Old Dominion
3B Ethan Long, Arizona St.
3B Tyler Bosetti, Nevada
SS Carter Young, Vanderbilt
SS Trey Faltine, Texas
OF Gavin Cross, Virginia Tech.
OF Jordan Beck, Tennessee
OF Enrique Bradfield, Jr., Vanderbilt
OF Jared McKenzie, Baylor
OF Dylan Beavers, California
UT Chris Campos, St. Mary’s                                             

RHP Corey Lewis, U.C. Santa Barbara

LHP Carter Benbrook, U.C. Santa Barbara
RHP Miles Smith, South Alabama
RHP Isaac Coffey, Oral Roberts
Relief Kolby Somers, Oregon
Relief CJ Culpepper, Cal. Baptist
Relief Kevin Davis, S.C. Upstate
C Jimmy Crooks, Oklahoma
C Evan Russell, Tennessee
1B Jackson Feltner, Morehead St.
1B Steven Moretto, Sacramento St.
2B Taylor Young, Louisiana Tech.
2B Mitchell Daly, Texas
2B Mario Camilletti, Central Michigan
3B Yohandy Morales, Miami (Fla.)
3B Luke Gold, Boston College
3B Tyler Locklear, Va. Commonwealth
SS Zach Neto, Campbell
SS Jacob Gonzalez, Mississippi
SS Jordan Sprinkle, U.C. Santa Barbara
OF Nathan Church, U.C. Irvine
OF Gavin Dugas, Louisiana St.
OF Tanner Smith, Oregon
OF Connor Denning, Campbell
OF Dylan Phillips, Kansas St.
OF RJ Schreck, Duke
OF Aaron Anderson, Liberty
OF Alan Roden, Creighton

The Jan. 7, 2022 College Preview edition of Collegiate Baseball newspaper is now available which features top players from teams in every NCAA Division I Conference and projected Players and Pitchers Of The Year in each league. 

Plus, this publication has an in-depth report on the top 40 pre-season teams in NCAA Division I, the top 93 draft eligible college players and rundowns on each level of college baseball, plus much more.

To purchase the Jan. 7, 2022 edition of Collegiate Baseball or subscribe, CLICK HERE. 

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