Collegiate Baseball 2023 All-Americans

The 2023 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 2023 National Player Of The Year CF Dylan Crews of Louisiana St. He also is the projected first pick in the 2023 MLB Draft.

A 5-tool player, he can run, hit for average and power and has a strong arm with elite defensive skills in centerfield.

During the 2022 season for LSU, the consensus 2022 first-team All-American and the SEC Co-Player of the Year started all 62 LSU games in centerfield. He hit .349 (77-for-208) with 22 homers, 11 doubles, 4 triples, 72 RBI and 73 runs scored. 

For complete stats of all 2023 Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans, CLICK HERE.

The Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season All-Americans for 2023 include:

RHP Rhett Lowder, Wake Forest
RHP Chase Dollander, Tennessee
RHP Chase Burns, Tennessee
LHP  Quinn Mathews, Stanford
RHP Tanner Hall, Southern Mississippi
RHP Hurston Waldrep, Florida
Relief Andrew Walters    Miami (Fla.)
C Michael Carico, Davidson
1B Carter Graham, Stanford
2B Charles McAdoo, San Jose St.
3B Jake Gelof, Virginia
SS Jacob Gonzalez, Mississippi
OF Wyatt Langford, Florida
OF Vance Honeycutt, North Carolina
OF Dylan Crews, Louisiana St.
DH Tommy White, Louisiana St.
UT Paul Skenes, Louisiana St.

RHP Jason Savacool, Maryland
RHP Alonzo Tredwell, UCLA
RHP Drew Beam     Tennessee
RHP Brandon Sproat, Florida
RHP Matthew Marchal, Wofford
RHP Ryan Gallagher, U.C. Santa Barbara
LHP  Mike Gutierrez , U.C. Santa Barbara
LHP  Hunter Elliott, Mississippi
RHP Daniel Avitia, Grand Canyon
LHP  Ryan Feczko, Davidson
RHP Owen Wild, Gonzaga
Relief Carter Spivey, East Carolina
Relief Peter Allegro, Portland
Relief Triston Dixon, Texas St.
Relief Camden Sewell, Tennessee
Relief Matthew Steidl, Southern Illinois
Relief William Privette, Coll. of Charleston
C Jack Payton, Louisville
C Luke Shliger, Maryland
C Addison Kopack, Rhode Island
1B Tre’ Morgan, Louisiana St.
1B Jack Moss, Texas A&M
2B David Smith, Connecticut
2B Max Grant, Canisius
3B Yohandy Morales, Miami (Fla.)
3B Brock Wilken, Wake Forest
SS Jacob Wilson, Grand Canyon
SS Matt Shaw, Maryland
OF Jack Hurley, Virginia Tech.
OF Chase Davis, Arizona
OF Enrique Bradfield, Vanderbilt
OF Ryan Lasko, Rutgers
DH Keaton Anthony, Iowa
UT Nolan McLean, Oklahoma St.                               

LHP Jonathan Fincher , Louisiana Tech.
RHP Drue Hackenberg , Virginia Tech.
RHP Juaron Watts-Brown, Oklahoma St.
LHP  Carter Holton, Vanderbilt
RHP Matt Jachec, Indiana St.
RHP Levi Wells, Texas St.
Relief Sam Klein, Ball St.
Relief Thomas Schultz, Vanderbilt
C Matthew Ellis, Indiana
C BT Riopelle, Florida
1B Chris Sargent, Southern Miss.
1B Sam Kulasingam, Air Force
1B Joe Kinker, Florida Gulf Coast
1B Drake Pierson, Campbell
1B Jackson Feltner, Morehead St.
2B Brock Rodden, Wichita St.
2B Mason Hull, Missouri St.
3B Drew Bowser, Stanford
3B Alejandro Figueredo, Florida Gulf Coast
3B Ryan Peltier, Ball St.
3B Diego Baqueiro, Loyola Marymount
SS Maui Ahuna, Tennessee
SS Luke Keaschall, Arizona St.
SS Cody Schrier, UCLA
SS Kaeber Rog, Southern Illinois
OF Cole McConnell, Louisiana Tech.
OF Max Ryerson, Georgia St.
OF Matt Kirk, Eastern Michigan
OF Nolan Schanuel, Florida Atlantic
OF Brendan O’Donnell, Rider
UT Jay Luikart, Wright St. 

Note: The Jan. 6, 2023 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. 

Plus, this publication has an in-depth report on the top 50 pre-season teams in NCAA Division I, the top 96 draft eligible college players and rundowns on each level of college baseball.

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