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College baseball coaches have spent the last year, or more in some cases, establishing close relationships with recruits in hopes of landing one of the nation's elite recruiting classes.
The 2012 recruiting classes will first be on display on collegiate diamonds around the country this spring. But for now, it's time for the '13 recruiting classes to get all the publicity as we unveil the PG Top 50 national team recruiting rankings with class breakdowns for each of those programs.
These rankings reflect those prospects who would attend college this fall.
Also see: Recruiting classes 11-20 | 21-30 | 31-40 | 41-50
COLLEGE RECRUITING TOP 50 (1-10)
2. South Carolina
4. Louisiana State
5. Southern California
7. San Diego
8. North Carolina
9. Georgia Tech
CLASS BREAKDOWNS (1-10)
Total 2013 class additions: 18
PG Top 100 commits: 6
Total points: 160
Average class player ranking: 8.89
Head of the class: LHP/1B AJ Puk
Florida often takes advantage of the fact it resides in the talent-rich Sunshine State when it comes to recruiting elite talent. However, it also knows when to take things to the national stage, as the Gators secured one of the nation's elite two-way players in Puk, the Iowan. Puk is a tall 6-foot-6, 205-pounder, who has an easy arm motion and topped out at 92 last summer. He also showed well in the PG Midwest Showcase, where he was 87-89 with a fastball that was good up in the zone. Additionally, he flashed a 74 mph curveball with depth and was hard to pick up. Offensively, Puk has good bat speed with some pop.
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