The 2015 Junior College Baseball season kicks off this week as Allan Simpson provides the ranking of the top 50 teams, led by 2014 NJCAA D-I JUCO World Series champs, Iowa Western. read
With the 2015 Junior College baseball season set to begin, Allan Simpson updates and expands the list of the top prospects to 200, with Southern Nevada RHP Phil Bickford retaining the top spot.
Georgia Highlands Head Coach Mike Marra (left) shakes hands with PG Spring Swing Director Kevin Herlihy at one of the fields at PG Park South at LakePoint, the new home of the Chargers.
Phil Bickford has transferred to the College of Southern Nevada after his freshman year at Cal State Fullerton and leads the top 50 prospects from the junior college ranks.
Orange Coast College, who claimed this year's California Final Four title, have been named Perfect Game's No. 1 Junior College team with the completion of 2014 season.
With the junior college postseason set to begin this weekend, and the draft less than two weeks away, Allan Simpson lists the top 100 junior college prospects one last time.
Perfect Game ranks the top 50 Junior College teams as the top programs prepare for the postseason, with Patrick Weigel and his No. 3 Oxnard teammates eyeing the California Final Four.
Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) and Orange Coast (Calif.), led by a very strong season by RHP David Hill, jump up to the top two spots in PG's updated Junior College team rankings.
The top 11 spots in Perfect Game's most recent ranking of the top 50 Junior College teams remain intact, including Chipola (Fla.) College holding steady at No. 1.
Ian Rice continues to enjoy a big season at the plate as he and his Chipola College teammates hold onto the top spot in Perfect Game's ranking of the top 50 junior college teams.
Powerful catcher Ian Rice has helped propel Chipola College to the top of Perfect Game's most recent ranking of the top 50 junior college teams in the nation.
As Connors State (Okla.) continues to hold on to the No. 1 spot of PG's ranking of the nation's Top 25 junior college teams, Patrick Weigel and Oxnard (Calif.) enjoy a nice jump up.
Connors State (Okla.) is off to a 25-3 start, with Head Coach Perry Keith claiming his 1,400th career victory, to jump up to the top spot in PG's top 25 junior college team rankings.
For many top high school prospects like Manny Ramirez Jr., the lack of distractions and central focus on baseball and books offered at Central Arizona College can be very appealing.
Allan Simpson provides updates on some of the top news and prospects from the junior college ranks, including how pitchers, including Seminole State's Jake Cosart, are dominating.
The Florida Junior College ranks remain as competitive as ever, with Reggie McClain and the State College of Florida holding onto the top spot of PG's ranking of the top 25 teams.