Prospects: Top 100 college fr.

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Allan Simpson        
Published: Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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Stanford, Florida and LSU are in fantastic shape the next few seasons if the college freshman class makes expected strides.

Stanford has three fantastic freshmen in position players Austin Wilson and Brian Ragira, and right-handed pitcher A.J. Vanegas. LSU has the talented freshman pitching duo of Kevin Gausman and Ryan Eades in addition to position player JaCoby Jones. And Florida is feeling good with pitchers Karsten Whitson and Daniel Gibson leading the way for its freshman class.

We take an in-depth look at the freshman draft class with the unveiling of the PG College Top 100 freshman prospects, which includes eight pitchers and two position players in the top 10 and plenty of other players with much room to grow between now and 2013.

Up next? An inside look at our Top 100 overall college draft prospects. Our list of top freshman prospects is below.



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