San Diego third baseman Kris Bryant and Oklahoma right-handed pitcher Jonathan Gray were the cream of the crop at their respective positions, and are this year's Perfect Game Pitcher and Player of the year, respectively, highlighting an outstanding group of College All-Americans.
Bryant put together a phenomenal campaign for the Toreros, showcasing incredible raw power and earning the distinction of the No. 2 overall pick in the Major League Baseball draft to the Chicago Cubs. The hard-hitting third baseman is no stranger to Perfect Game, either, as a former PG High School All-American, too. Meanwhile, Gray took a significant step forward a junior this spring, showcasing a mid-to-high 90s fastball, along with a wipeout slider, while also being the No. 3 overall pick in the MLB draft to the Colorado Rockies.
Plenty of other outstanding college players rose to the occasion this season. For instance, New Mexico's DJ Peterson and North Carolina State's Carlos Rodon are first-team members for the second-straight season, while Kris Bryant, Gonzaga's Marco Gonzales, Stanford's Mark Appel, Oregon State's Michael Conforto and UCLA's David Berg are familiar faces.
Without further ado, the 2013 Perfect Game College All-Americans:
Perfect Game Player of the Year: 3B Kris Bryant, San Diego
Perfect Game Pitcher of the Year: RHP Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma
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