College power ranks: First edition

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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It's certainly a long college baseball season, and with that, it's always important to stay on top of which players are red-hot and making the biggest statements on the national stage.

To better keep up with those developments, it's time to unveil an exclusive feature that we've had the past couple of seasons, the Perfect Game College Baseball Power Rankings.

While our PG College Top 25 focuses on the best teams in the country, the positional power rankings focus on which players are making the biggest impact, while also taking into account which coaches are doing the best jobs with their respective clubs.

Each important position on the diamond is broken down with 10 players at each position, some analysis included.

Without further ado, the first Power Rankings of 2013 are here:

COLLEGE BASEBALL POWER RANKINGS (MARCH 12)



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