OMAHA, Neb. -- It's always important to reward consistency in college baseball, and we feel like we've done that with the release of the 2014 Perfect Game College All-Americans.
The three All-America teams are filled with players who began the season with incredibly high expectations, and of course, those who stepped up when their respective teams needed them the most.
Astonishingly, six players who began the season as Preseason First Team All-Americans finished the year as First Team All-Americans, including Indiana's Kyle Schwarber, North Carolina State's Trea Turner, Oregon State's Michael Conforto, San Francisco's Bradley Zimmer, LSU's Aaron Nola and Louisville's Nick Burdi.
Indiana's Sam Travis and Virginia's Nick Howard were first-team selections in the preseason, and are Second Team All-Americans to end the year.
Overall, Indiana leads all teams with four All-Americans, while Louisiana-Lafayette, Oregon State, Virginia and TCU each have three, with Vanderbilt, San Diego State, Louisville and Ole Miss each coming in with two selections.
Presenting the prestigious Perfect Game All-Americans:
SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICANS
THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICANS