PG All-American Joe DeMers and his College Park (Calif.) High School teammates beat Mosley in the semifinals on Friday at the 2015 NHSI tournament in Cary, N.C. to advance to the championship. read
Ashe Russell has the size and stuff succeed at a high level at the next level, as he's one of 10 draft-eligible players we provide a detailed report on in our weekly Draft Pack.
PG takes its weekly look at the performances of the top draft prospects, freshmen and sophomore leaderboards as well as notes and video on players including Illinois' Tyler Jay.
Lucas Herbert continued to show his well-rounded game, both offensively and defensively, for the 2015 NHSI champion San Clemente High School as we wrap up the final day's action.
Derek Burkamper turned in an impressive outing over Texas on Sunday to secure the series sweep for Nebraska and a spot on the Top 25. David Rawnsley shares his observations from the series.
Cody Ponce continues to show his easy low- to mid-90s velo from his sturdy, big-bodied stature in his fourth start of the season. Read about Ponce and other college action from Saturday.
Hagen Danner, the top ranked player in the high school class of 2017, had a huge showing on the mound on Day 2 of the 2015 NHSI tournament for Huntington Beach (Calif.) High School.
PG All-American two-way standout Austin Riley of DeSoto Central (Miss.) High School was one of several players to stand out on Day 1 of the 2015 National High School Invitational.
Daz Cameron has stood out among the top prospects for the 2015 draft for several years, and he's one of 10 players we provide a detailed report on in our weekly Draft Pack.
Long Beach State sophomore shortstop Garrett Hampson is making a positive impression early this season and is one of many players detailed in this week's college national notebook.
Several big arms were on display on Saturday, including Azusa Pacific's Josh Staumont (p). Alec Hansen, Drew Rasmussen, Tanner Houck and Jack Wynkoop also enjoyed successful days.
Dillon Tate's continued emergence this spring continues to be the talk of both college baseball and the upcoming draft, with three plus pitches serving as the Gauchos' Friday night ace.
Brady Aiken, the unsigned No. 1 overall pick from the 2014 draft now playing for IMG Academy's post-graduate team, saw his start on Thursday cut short after only 14 pitches.