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Monday, February 11, 2013

Top 100 College Juniors

Allan Simpson        
Photo: Indiana State
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Indiana State’s Manaea Heads List of Juniors


In anticipation of the 2013 NCAA Division I season starting on Friday, we will be providing a ranking of the Top 100 Prospects in each class this week. We begin today with the nation’s Top 100 Juniors, with Indiana State lefthander Sean Manaea, the early favorite to be the top pick in this year’s draft, ranked at No. 1. Players are ranked on the basis of their professional worth, or how we see them being taken in the draft.


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