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Monday, January 22, 2018

Conference Preview: ACC

Jheremy Brown        
Photo: FSU Athletics




Preseason College Top 25 | Preseason All-American Team | 2018 College Baseball Preview Index

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Predicted Order of Finish

Overall/conference win-loss records from 2017 indicated | * Denotes projected conference automatic bid

Atlantic Division

No. Team W L W L
1 Florida State* 46 23 14 14
2 North Carolina State 36 25 16 14
3 Louisville 53 12 23 6
4 Clemson 42 21 17 13
5 Wake Forest 43 20 19 11
6 Boston College 25 28 11 19
7 Notre Dame 26 32 10 20

Coastal Division

No. Team W L W L
1 North Carolina 49 14 23 7
2 Miami 31 27 16 13
3 Duke 30 28 12 18
4 Virginia 43 16 18 12
5 Georgia Tech 27 28 11 19
6 Pittsburgh 23 30 9 21
7 Virginia Tech 23 32 9 21


Preseason All-Conference Team

Pos. Name Class School Stats/Notes
C Joey Bart Jr. Georgia Tech .296-13-43; solid C tools; easy + raw
1B Seth Beer  Jr. Clemson .298-16-53; impact bat; OBP machine
MIF Will Willson So. N.C. State .300-8-48; outstanding at SS, pop in bat
MIF Logan Davidson So. Clemson .286-12-41; star potential, true SS skill
3B John Aiello Jr. Wake Forest .328-20-53; legit pop, sound D at 3B
OF Griffin Conine Jr.  Duke .298-13-56; premier bat, top 1st rd. pot.  
OF Jake McCarthy Jr. Virginia .338-5-36; exciting tool-set; impact speed
OF Jackson Lueck Jr. Florida State .318-9-54; steady barrel, athletic defender
DH Ashton McGee So. North Carolina .327-7-46; outstanding FR year, big LH bat
UT Matt Vierling Jr. Notre  Dame .330-7-42; ultra athletic, loud tools all over
SP Tyler Holton Jr. Florida State 2.34, 119.1 IP, 144:31; advanced pitchability
SP Luca Dalatri So. North Carolina 3.34, 97 IP, 85:19; pounds zone, adv. command
SP Griffin Roberts Jr. Wake Forest 2.19, 53.1 IP, 80:32; electric, converting to SP
SP Jeb Bargfeldt Sr. Miami 2.28, 87 IP, 61:29; commands zone, SR leader
RP Josh Hiatt RS-So. North Carolina 1.90, 52 IP, 64:20; low-90s FB, tight SL

Player of the Year: Griffin Conine, of, Duke
Pitcher of the Year: Tyler Holton, lhp, Florida State
Freshman of the Year: Alex Toral, 1b, Miami


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