Coastal Plain League: Top 30 Prospects

Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
       
Published: Monday, September 28, 2009

COMPILED BY ALLAN SIMPSON
In Association with League Managers and Scouts

Official League Website: www.coastalplain.com

The story of the Coastal Plain League in 2009 was the fairytale-like season enjoyed by the Forest City Owls, who set numerous club and individual records on their way to winning 51 games, most of any summer team, while capturing a league title. To make their remarkable story complete, they were recognized by PG Crosschecker as the nation’s No. 1 team.

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