Perfect Game Begins Elaborate Pre-Season Coverage of Draft, Colleges, High Schools
The official start of the 2012 college and high-school baseball seasons may still be a few weeks away, but Perfect Game is kicking off its expanded coverage in earnest this week.
We’re breaking out our list of the Top 500 Prospects for this year’s draft, along with the first batch of 100 prospects for this year’s draft that we’ll feature on a daily basis throughout the course of the winter and spring as part of our 100 Prospects in 100 Days feature. We also feature an overview of this year’s draft.
Over the next several weeks, you can also look for the following features:
• Top 300 Prospects in 2013 draft class, Top 200 Prospects in 2014 draft class
•Comprehensive state-by-state follow lists of the top prospects in the 2012, 2013 and 2014 draft classes
• Top 100 Division I teams, with capsules
• Previews on all 31 Division I conferences, with lists/scouting capsules on the top prospects in each conference
• Preseason All-America teams
• Preseason positional power rankings, will continue during the season
• Lists of the top 100 prospects in the senior, junior, sophomore and freshman classes
• Previews of the top teams and top prospects at the Division II, Division III and NAIA levels
• Previews of the Top 50 Teams and Top 200 Prospects at the Junior College level
• Top 100 High School Teams, with capsules
• Preseason All-America Teams
Led by our team of experts that include the likes of Ben Collman, Jeff Dahn, Patrick Ebert, Todd Gold, David Rawnsley, Kendall Rogers and Allan Simpson, we’ll continue with extensive coverage in all of these areas once the 2012 seasons begin, culminating in extensive coverage of the 2012 draft.
And in case you hadn’t noticed yet, Perfect Game has now ventured into coverage of prospects at the professional level with our unveiling of the top 10 prospects in each of the 30 major-league organizations.
Please check in daily to see what new coverage we have. Most of the content will require a subscription to the Perfect Game site.