West Coast League: Top 25 Prospects

Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
       
Published: Friday, October 16, 2009

COMPILED BY ALLAN SIMPSON
In Association with League Managers and Scouts

Official League Website: www.westcoastleague.com

In its five-year existence, the West Coast League has quickly positioned itself as the best up-and-coming summer college league in the country. It has been efficiently run, especially under the direction of second-year president Ken Wilson (a former major league broadcaster), and its membership not only has vibrant communities that have embraced their teams but there is a growing list of cities throughout the Pacific Northwest that want in.



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