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Top 100 Countdown: Number 31 Taylor Jungmann (Texas)

TaylorJungmannTexas The CBB continues our countdown for the 2010 College Baseball season by checking in on the Top 100 Players in the country. We will be providing one player per day until we reach number 1.

We continue the list today with number 31 in our countdown with Texas RHP Taylor Jungmann. He is from Temple, Texas where he attended Georgetown High School for one year and Rogers High School for three seasons. In his senior season, he had a record of 14-0 with a 0.77 ERA, 153 K’s and four shutouts. He was honored as the Class 5A Player of the Year by TSWA, Central Texas Player of the Year, Gatorade Texas Player of the Year, Louisville Slugger Texas Player of the Year, and on the Baseball America High School All-American First Team. Jungmann was selected in the 24th round of the 2008 MLB Draft but decided to head to Texas.


Jungmann had an outstanding freshman season in 2009 which saw him go 11-3 with a team low 2.00 ERA in 25 appearances including 10 starts. He ended up finishing third on the team with 94.2 innings pitched while striking out 101 batters which was the second highest on the Longhorns team. He had the lowest batting average against at .193. He was named a Freshman All-American by the NCBWA.

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  • Aman Reaka

    No doubt, this kid is one of the top pitchers in the nation. He has a very good chance of being a top 10 pick in the 2011 draft.

  • waltgreenberg

    Agree 100%, Aman. IMO, there cannot be more than one handful of pitchers ahead of him on any listing, but it appears Brian has 10+ ahead of him. I’m not sure how.

  • John Trevino

    WHAT #31 whos ranking this top 100? They must be nuts or on something, not only is Taylor in the top ten for baseball players. He’s also one of the most athletic athletes in college sports today, at Rogers I coached Taylor in Basketball his junior year and he average 29 ppg, 17 rebounds per game, and 6 blocks a game. I like to see Tim do that and also Taylor was a good WR. in football. I bet the kid could play any one of the three sports in DIV. 1 college.

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