Atlantic Collegiate League: Top 25 Prospects

Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
       
Published: Thursday, September 17, 2009

COMPILED BY ALLAN SIMPSON
In Association with League Managers and Scouts

Official League Website: www.acbl-online.com

The Atlantic Collegiate League underwent one of the biggest makeovers in its 43-year history in 2009, expanding its ranks from eight to 12 clubs and undergoing a complete makeover in its Kaiser Division lineup—effectively, adding the teams based on New York’s Long Island that were part of the old Hamptons Collegiate League.

The new kids on the block did a number on the old guard th


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