Top 40 Recruiting Classes for 2009-2010

FloridaScoreboard Collegiate Baseball released their Top 40 Recruiting Classes for the incoming freshman class in the 2009-2010 season. Florida comes in at the top of the list with Arizona State, LSU, Central Florida and Cal-State Fullerton rounding out the Top Five. You can check out the rest of the list which is available below.

2009 NCAA Division I Recruiting List

1. Florida

2. Arizona State

3. LSU

4. Central Florida

5. Cal State Fullerton

6. Kentucky

7. TCU

8. Vanderbilt

9. Miami

T10. Virginia

T10. Stanford

12. Texas

13. Nebraska

14. North Carolina

15. Mississippi State

16. Rice

17. Oklahoma State

18. Mississippi

19. Wichita State

20. Georgia

21. Southern Mississippi

22. Florida State

23. Oklahoma

24. California

25. Oregon State

26. Oregon

27. Clemson

28. Louisville

29. San Diego

30. South Carolina

31. UC Irvine

32. Missouri

33. UCLA

34. Tennessee

35. Georgia Tech

36. Texas A&M

37. Georgia Southern

38. Texas Tech

39. Arkansas

T40. Cal State Northridge

T40. Long Beach State

  • http://na John

    How original…..I can’t wait to look back at this in two years when this class begins their Junior season. Call me crazy but I would bet that not one of these teams win the CWS that year.

  • http://www.coastalfans.com/forum Bob

    I’m with John. These things are a waste until 3 years later. Look at the preseason rankings for the 2006-07 season, and look at them as Jr’s now.

  • http://thecollegebaseballblog.com Brian Foley

    Remember Stephen Strasburg wasn’t even drafted out of high school and was the best college pitcher this past season. Physically people change a ton from age 18 and 21.

  • Brett Namas

    Someone needs to go check out Oklahoma State’s recruiting class a little more carefully. They should be much higher than they are currently ranked with the stud freshman class along with their mix of proven solid JUCO players.

  • John

    Everbody is a cridic the freshman at fl will compete and contribute this year so make sure you have your stat book ready and remember to return to post the freshmans stats