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Madison Bumgarner offers sense of pride for South Caldwell High School - HIGHSCORE
Madison Bumgarner offers sense of pride for South Caldwell High School
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South Caldwell (Hudson, N.C.) baseball coach and athletic director Jeff Parham melted into his cozy maroon leather chair Sunday and soaked it all in.

It was just as he does every time his prized pupil Madison Bumgarner pitches.

Madison Bumgarner went 11-2 with a 1.05 ERA his senior year at South Caldwell in 2007.
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Madison Bumgarner went 11-2 with a 1.05 ERA
his senior year at South Caldwell in 2007.
"I don't move from that chair," Parham said. "If I do, I pause the TV. I will scream and yell with excitement. I'm just so proud of him."

Parham was extra prideful — and loud — on Sunday.

Bumgarner, the San Francisco Giants rising superstar southpaw, threw the first individual shutout in World Series history since 2003 — a four-hit, eight-strikeout, no-walk gem in a 5-0 win over the Royals.

He became the first pitcher in World Series history to ever throw a shutout with eight or more strikeouts and no walks.


"Crazy," was Parham's quick one-word description.

Crazier considering what a late-season roll the 2007 South Caldwell graduate has been on. His 1.13 ERA through six postseason starts this season is fifth best in major league history. He has a 4-1 record in those starts with a 0.67 WHIP in 47.2 innings.

Craziest, add scoreless starts in 2010 and 2012 World Series starts, his 0.29 ERA over 31 career innings is the best of all-time of those who have pitched 30 or more innings.

Better than Bob Gibson. Better than Sandy Koufax. Better than Tom Seaver, Catfish Hunter and Curt Schilling.

This lumbering country boy from rural Granite Falls, N.C. (approximately 5,000 population), an hour West of Charlotte, has been better than all of them.

Parham, who graduated from South Caldwell in 1983 and has coached there 15 seasons, said Bumgarner was always a fearless big-game pitcher.

Madison's Bumgarner's final swing in high school, a walk-off, inside-the-park home run to win the state 4A title.
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Madison's Bumgarner's final swing in high
school, a walk-off, inside-the-park home
run to win the state 4A title.
The 6-foot-5 left-hander, the No. 10 overall pick in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft (by the Giants), led South Caldwell to 2006 and 2007 4A State Championship title series, winning in 2007. Fittingly, Bumgarner ended his final prep game with a walk-off two-run title-clinching home run.

"I tell people all the time that Madison wants the ball — or the bat — in a big game situation," Parham said. "The bigger the stage the better. He never shied away from it. He loved it. He just wants to win. That's inside of him. That's just part of his DNA."

But on baseball's biggest stage, certainly the Royals have guys who share similar DNA. Just like the Tigers had competitive sorts in 2012 and the Rangers did in 2010.

That's why Parham said he welled up, watching the lad they nicknamed "The Carolina Peach" for going 23-4 with a near 1.00 ERA and 263 strikeouts in 170 innings his final two seasons for the Spartans.

"I'm sitting there in my favorite chair getting choked up thinking about this accomplished, humble 25-year-old young man and how far he has come and how hard he worked and where he came from, our little South Caldwell High School community," Parham said. "It just brought back so many fond memories."

Story Time

It didn't take a crowbar — barely a query — to get Parham to rattle off some of his favorites.

Like the first time Parham saw Bumgarner compete:

"It was a sixth-grade summer baseball camp," he said. "At 12, he was a lot taller than all the kids so he stood out for that reason. He was lanky too. More than that, it was the way he threw. Catchers at the camp had a tough time catching him. He was very special then. He could swing the bat pretty well too."

Madison Bumgarner, South Caldwell
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Madison Bumgarner, South Caldwell
Or when Bumgarner was a freshman at South Caldwell and the lights went out in a showdown against the state's No. 1 team Alexander Central (Taylorsville, N.C.), which was 23-0 at the time:

"We're up 1-0 heading into the bottom of the seventh and the lights go out," Parham said. "Madison was pitching great but it's going to take at least 30 minutes for the lights to come back on. I was considering taking him out but he kept saying, ‘Coach, I'll be fine. I want to finish. Trust me coach. Trust me.'

"He went out and struck out the side. Pretty impressive stuff for a 14-year-old."

Or Christmas Day during his junior season:

"I get a phone call a little after lunch and it's Madison. He was the only kid to call me on Christmas and I thought it was awfully nice. But then he tells me he wants to lift — that day. What am I going to say? I mean, the kid wanted to get bigger and stronger. I knew right then he had the dedication to make it all the way. He was already throwing harder than anyone. But soon he would be a man among boys."

Or the time as a senior when in an elimination playoff series with Alexander Central, Bumgarner had pitched a shutout in the first game on a Tuesday night, but in a high-scoring Friday game Parham had chewed up most of his pitchers. The bases were loaded and the Spartans were holding a one-run lead:

"All of a sudden, I hear the mitt popping in the bullpen and it's Madison throwing. I go down to ask what's going on and he says, ‘Coach, I can get the last out. I feel good. Coach I can do it.'

"I think about it a few seconds, I go out to the mound and bring Madison in. Three pitches and it was done."

Recalling his roots

Parham said he would be surprised if Bumgarner doesn't volunteer his services late if the Giants are forced to a Game 7. If the Giants win the series, he's almost assured to garner MVP honors, as he did in the NLCS against the Cardinals.

On MadBum Day last week, coach Jeff Parham (R) with wife Mandi Parham (middle) and coach  Karen Isbell.
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On MadBum Day last week, coach Jeff Parham (R)
with wife Mandi Parham (middle) and coach
Karen Isbell.
Before the World Series, the South Caldwell student body and staff, a couple hundred strong, clad in black and orange and sporting signs and cut-out Bumgarner faces, gathered in the school's gym. It was part of the school's "MadBum Day."

They produced a short "good luck" video and Parham and his wife Mandi, who also works at the school, texted it to him.

Shortly after winning the first game 7-1, Bumgarner texted Parham back.

"He wrote how much he appreciated it and will never forget where he came from," Parham said.

Bumgarner never forgot the many exchanges at the mound with Parham, especially in tight circumstances. "I'd always try to challenge him by asking him the same thing: ‘Is that all you got?' and he'd always reply, ‘No sir.'"

So after he shutout Pittsburgh 8-0 in the National League wild-card game two weeks ago with 10 strikeouts and no walks, Parham texted Bumgarner the following:

"Is that all you got?"

To which Bumgarner texted back: "Coach, I believe that's all I got. Haha."

Judging by what he's done since, Bumgarner was indeed joking.

Madison Bumgarner can be a little intimidating on the mound in the majors, but nothing like he was here as a high school senior.
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Madison Bumgarner can be a little intimidating on the mound in the majors, but nothing like he was here as a high school senior.
The student body and staff enjoy MadBum Day 2014.
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The student body and staff enjoy MadBum Day 2014.
Madison Bumgarner crosses home plate to complete an illustrious high school career at South Caldwell. His No. 5 has not been worn since he graduated in 2007.
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Madison Bumgarner crosses home plate to complete an illustrious high school career at South Caldwell. His No. 5 has not been worn since he graduated in 2007.

High school girls basketball: Lake Highland Prep, Westlake head GEICO Nationals' four-team field - HIGHSCORE
High school girls basketball: Lake Highland Prep, Westlake head GEICO Nationals' four-team field
Four of the top 15 girls basketball teams in the MaxPreps Top 25 have been invited to the 2021 GEICO High School Basketball Nationals to be played April 2-3 at Suncoast Credit Union Arena in Ft. Myers, Fla.

The April 2 semifinal games will be broadcast on ESPNU with action starting at 10:30 a.m. as No. 1 Lake Highland Prep (Orlando, Fla.) battles No. 10 Paul VI (Chantilly, Va.). The second semifinal is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. (ET) featuring No. 15 Fremont (Plain City, Utah) against No. 2 Westlake (Atlanta).

The winners face off  on ESPN2 at 10 a.m. April 3 for the championship.

The games will be played in conjunction with the 10-team boys GEICO Nationals.

Lake Highland (19-0) won the Florida 4A state championship on Feb. 27 with a 84-30 win over Lincoln Park Academy. The Highlanders are a remarkably balanced squad with seven girls averaging between 7.4 and 12.1 points per game. Senior Kayla Blackshear is headed to Alabama.

Second-ranked Westlake (21-0) had a much tougher state finals on Saturday, taking home the Georgia AAAAAA crown with a 64-46 victory over a 30-3 Carrollton team behind 26 points from junior Taniya Latson. Teammates Raven Johnson (South Carolina) and Brianna Turnage (Virginia Tech) are other top-ranked players. Latson averages 23.2 points and Johnson 15.1 points, 5.8 assists and 3.7 steals.

Paul VI won all 10 games in an abbreviated season but has a legitimate chance to win a national crown with top players Lee Volker, headed to Duke, and Bella Perkins. The Panthers haven't played since Feb. 9.

Fremont (26-0) won the Utah 6A title game 63-43 over a strong Herriman squad (23-2) behind 30 points and 12 rebounds by 6-4 post Emma Calvert. The BYU commit made 16-of-17 free throws and pulled down 12 rebounds. She averages a team-best 17.3 points and 7.4 rebounds per game.

Maggie Mendelson, a 6-5 sophomore, added 15 points and 13 rebounds in the title game for Fremont and averages 14.3 and 8.9. The Silverwolves have been without recent Oregon State commit Timea Gardiner, who averaged 13.5 points and 7.1 rebounds before an injury.
Emma Calvert, Fremont (Plain City, Utah)
File photo by Dave Argyle
Emma Calvert, Fremont (Plain City, Utah)
North Carolina high school basketball players adjusting to mask mandate - HIGHSCORE
North Carolina high school basketball players adjusting to mask mandate
Issued by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper on Nov. 23, Executive Order No. 180 called for expanded face covering requirements. That has trickled down to high school sports, with athletes being required to wear masks during games and skill development sessions whether they are held indoor or outdoor.

The order went into effect Nov. 25 and runs through Dec. 11. According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Servies, it requires that everyone needs to wear a mask whenever they are with someone who is not from the same household. The order also adds the mask requirement to several additional settings including any public indoor space even when maintaining six feet of distance, gyms even when exercising, all schools public and private and all public or private transportation when traveling with people outside of the household.

Basketball practice is scheduled to begin Dec. 7 for NCHSAA-affiliated programs but the NCISAA tipped off last month and has already started to adapt to the new norm for the 2020-21 season in the Tar Heel State.

MaxPreps photographer Matthew Plyler was on hand Monday for a masked-up matchup between Northwood Temple Academy (Fayetteville) met Berean Baptist Academy (Fayetteville). Northwood Temple Academy won 69-68.
Brady Rankin of Northwood Temple Academy drives during Monday's games against Berea Baptist Academy.
Photo by Matthew Plyler
Brady Rankin of Northwood Temple Academy drives during Monday's games against Berea Baptist Academy.
"Kids are resilient," Charlotte Country Day head coach David Carrier told the Charlotte Observer. "Kids adjust to things like this a lot quicker than adults."

The order extends to delayed NCHSAA fall sports that got underway in November like cross country and volleyball. The state reported 5,410 new COVID-19 cases Thursday with 44 deaths.

"We are asking our coaches, student-athletes and administrators for their continued vigilance and cooperation in these measures, including making sure to properly socially distance during skill development sessions and adherence to the mask mandate," NCHSAA executive director Que Tucker told the Lake Norman Media Group. "We all must do our part."

On the girls basketball side, Faith Christian Academy (Goldsboro) and Raleigh Christian Academy (Raleigh) were among the first to take the court Tuesday under the new order. MaxPreps photographer Steven Worthy was there to capture that moment.
Faith Christian Academy takes the floor for a Tuesday game against Raleigh Christian Academy.
Photo by Steven Worthy
Faith Christian Academy takes the floor for a Tuesday game against Raleigh Christian Academy.

Final 2018 HIGHSCORE Top 25 high school football rankings - HIGHSCORE
Final 2018 MaxPreps Top 25 high school football rankings
The 2018 high school football national championship came down to Texas Class 6A Division I champion North Shore (Houston) and California Open Division state champion Mater Dei (Santa Ana).

Following a miracle victory Saturday night, the final No. 1 ranking will go to North Shore.

The Mustangs finished 16-0 while beating some of the best teams in the Lone Star State and running the gauntlet in the nation's toughest postseason bracket.

North Shore outscored opponents 854-199 and won by an average margin of 41 points per game. The Mustangs won 15 of 16 games by double digits and captured the state title Saturday at AT&T Stadium on a Hail Mary as time expired against then-No. 3 Duncanville (Texas).

Among the Houston program's playoff wins were Katy, Cy-Fair (Cypress), Lake Travis (Austin), Dickinson and Duncanville, five teams that combined to go 59-4 against teams not named North Shore.

See the video for a complete look at this week's final Xcellent 25 rankings presented by the Army National Guard.

Deciding between a one-loss Mater Dei team, which played a national schedule, and an undefeated North Shore squad that didn't face out-of-state competition but ran through one of the toughest states in high school football was a difficult task.

The Monarchs were close to repeating as national champs but the 23-point loss against league rival St. John Bosco in October was a major factor — even though Mater Dei avenged that loss with a 17-13 victory to win the CIF Southern Section Division I championship.

The final rankings include teams from a dozen states. California and Texas each had three teams in the Top 10 and both states had two Top 5 representatives. California and Florida had the most teams in the final rankings with five teams each.

Past MaxPreps National Champions
2008 – St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
2009 – Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.)
2010 – De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)
2011 – Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.)
2012 – John Curtis Christian (River Ridge, La.)
2013 – Booker T. Washington (Miami, Fla.)
2014 – Allen (Texas)
2015 – Katy (Texas)
2016 – Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.)
2017 – Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
North Shore celebrates after winning the Texas Class 6A Division I state title on a Hail Mary as time expired.
Photo by: Robbie Rakestraw
North Shore celebrates after winning the Texas Class 6A Division I state title on a Hail Mary as time expired.
Map: Which state has produced the most MLB Draft first round picks since 2010? - HIGHSCORE
Map: Which state has produced the most MLB Draft first round picks since 2010?
Video: High school sports movie locations
Famed campuses as seen via Google Earth.

It's no secret that California, Florida and Texas are high school baseball power states.

But our breakdown of MLB Draft first round picks over the past decade validate that to a stunning degree. Those three states have produced 189 first round picks since 2010.

Throw in Georgia's 39 selections and that means four states have accounted for over half of baseball's 450 first round picks over the past 10 years.

See a complete state-by-state breakdown below. The MLB Draft begins Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET with ESPN, MLB Network and providing live coverage.
Alabama – 9
Jed Bradley, 2011 (15), Huntsville
David Dahl, 2012 (10), Oak Mountain (Birmingham)
Tim Anderson, 2013 (17), Hillcrest (Tuscaloosa)
Phil Ervin, 2013 (27), Leroy
Braxton Garrett, 2016 (7), Florence
Anfernee Grier, 2016 (39), Russell County (Seale)
Kyle Wright, 2017 (5), Buckhorn (New Market)
Bubba Thompson, 2017 (26), McGill-Toolen (Mobile)
Casey Mize, 2018 (1), Springville

Arizona – 7
Taylor Lindsey, 2010 (37), Desert Mountain (Scottsdale)
C.J. Cron, 2011 (17), Mountain Pointe (Phoenix)
Mitch Nay, 2012 (58), Hamilton (Chandler)
D.J. Peterson, 2013 (12), Gilbert
Cole Tucker, 2014 (24), Mountain Pointe (Phoenix)
Matthew Liberatore, 2018 (16), Mountain Ridge (Glendale)
Nolan Gorman, 2018 (19), O'Connor (Phoenix)

Arkansas – 1
Hayden Simpson, 2010 (16), Magnolia

California – 79
Christian Colon, 2010 (4), Canyon (Canyon Country)
Dylan Covey, 2010 (14), Maranatha (Pasadena)
Christian Yelich, 2010 (23), Westlake (Westlake Village)
Gary Brown, 2010 (24), Diamond Bar
Aaron Sanchez, 2010 (34), Barstow
Taijuan Walker, 2010 (43), Yucaipa
Peter Tago, 2010 (47), Dana Hills (Dana Point)
Gerrit Cole, 2011 (1), Orange Lutheran (Orange)
Trevor Bauer, 2011 (3), Hart (Newhall)
Chris Reed, 2011 (16), Cleveland (Reseda)
Joe Ross, 2011 (25), Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland)
Robert Stephenson, 2011 (27), Alhambra (Martinez)
Sean Gilmartin, 2011 (28), Crespi (Encino)
Jacob Anderson, 2011 (35), Chino
Henry Owens, 2011 (36), Edison (Huntington Beach)
Brandon Martin, 2011 (38), Santiago (Corona)
Tyler Goeddel, 2011 (41), Saint Francis (Mountain View)
Joe Musgrove, 2011 (46), Grossmont (El Cajon)
Travis Harrison, 2011 (50), Tustin
James Harris, 2011 (60), Oakland Tech (Oakland)
Kyle Zimmer, 2012 (5), La Jolla
Max Fried, 2012 (7), Harvard-Westlake (Studio City)
Mark Appel, 2012 (8), Monte Vista (Spring Valley)
Lucas Giolito, 2012 (16), Harvard-Westlake (Studio City)
Daniel Robertson, 2012 (34), Upland
Stephen Piscotty, 2012 (36), Amador Valley (Pleasanton)
Mitch Haniger, 2012 (38), Archbishop Mitty (San Jose)
Shane Watson, 2012 (40), Lakewood
Patrick Wisdom, 2012 (52), Murrieta Valley (Murrieta)
Paul Blackburn, 2012 (56), Heritage (Brentwood)
Jeff Gelalich, 2012 (57), Bonita (La Verne)
Mark Appel, 2013 (1), Monte Vista (Danville)
Dominic Smith, 2013 (11), Serra (Gardena)
J.P. Crawford, 2013 (16), Lakewood
Aaron Judge, 2013 (32), Linden
Ian Clarkin, 2013 (33), Madison (San Diego)
Matt Krook, 2013 (35), St. Ignatius (San Francisco)
Michael Lorenzen, 2013 (38), Fullerton
Brady Aiken, 2014 (1), Cathedral Catholic (San Diego)
Alex Jackson, 2014 (6), Rancho Bernardo (San Diego)
Bradey Zimmer, 2014 (21), La Jolla
Derek Hill, 2014 (23), Elk Grove
Matt Chapman, 2014 (25), El Toro (Lake Forest)
Alex Blandino, 2014 (29), Saint Francis (Mountain View)
Luis Ortiz, 2014 (30), Sanger
Jack Flaherty, 2014 (34), Harvard-Westlake (Studio City)
Connor Joe, 2014 (39), Poway
Jacob Gatewood, 2014 (41), Clovis
Dillon Tate, 2015 (4), Claremont
Kolby Allard, 2015 (14), San Clemente
James Kaprielian, 2015 (16), Beckman (Irvine)
Phil Bickford, 2015 (18), Oaks Christian (Westlake Village)
Kevin Newman, 2015 (19), Poway
Taylor Ward, 2015 (26), Shadow Hills (Indio)
Kyle Holder, 2015 (30), University City (San Diego)
Tyler Nevin, 2015 (38), Poway
Mickey Moniak, 2016 (1), La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad)
Matt Manning, 2016 (9), Sheldon (Sacramento)
Blake Rutherford, 2016 (18), Chaminade (West Hills)
Dylan Carlson, 2016 (33), Elk Grove
Daulton Jefferies, 2016 (37), Buhach Colony (Atwate)
Royce Lewis, 2017 (1), JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano)
Hunter Greene, 2017 (2), Notre Dame (SO) (Sherman Oaks)
Keston Hiura, 2017 (9), Valencia
Nick Pratto, 2017 (14), Huntington Beach
Nick Madrigal, 2018 (4), Elk Grove
Cole Winn, 2018 (15), Orange Lutheran (Orange)
Trevor Larnach, 2018 (20), College Park (Pleasant Hill)
Brice Turang, 2018 (21), Santiago (Corona)
Nico Hoerner, 2018 (24), Head-Royce (Oakland)
Matt McLain, 2018 (25), Beckman (Irvine)
Kris Bubic, 2018 (40), Archbishop Mitty (San Jose)
Andrew Vaughn, 2019 (3), Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa)
Nick Lodolo, 2019 (7), Damien (La Verne)
Hunter Bishop, 2019 (10), JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano)
Keoni Cavaco, 2019 (13), Eastlake (Chula Vista)
Ryan Jensen, 2019 (27), Salinas
Korey Lee, 2019 (32), Vista
Davis Wendzel, 2019 (41), JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano)

Colorado – 5
Kevin Gausman, 2012 (4), Grandview (Aurora)
Pierce Johnson, 2012 (43), Faith Christian (Arvada)
Marco Gonzales, 2013 (19), Rocky Mountain (Fort Collins)
Kyle Freeland, 2014 (8), Thomas Jefferson (Denver)
David Peterson, 2017 (20), Regis Jesuit (Aurora)

Connecticut – 5
Matt Harvey, 2010 (7), Fitch (Groton)
Mike Olt, 2010 (49), Branford
George Springer, 2011 (11), Avon Old Farms (Avon)
Matt Barnes, 2011 (19), Bethel
Justin Dunn, 2016 (19), The Gunnery (Washington)

Florida – 67
Manny Machado, 2010 (3), Brito (Miami)
Karsten Whitson, 2010 (9), Chipley
Yasmani Grandal, 2010 (12), Miami Springs
Chris Sale, 2010 (13), Lakeland
Kyle Parker, 2010 (26), Bartram Trail (St. Johns)
Nick Castellanos, 2010 (44), Archbishop McCarthy (Fort Lauderdale)
Luke Jackson, 2010 (45), Calvary Christian Academy (Fort Lauderdale)
Francisco Lindor, 2011 (8), Montverde Academy (Montverde)
Javier Baez, 2011 (9), Arlington Country Day (Jacksonville)
Michael Kelly, 2011 (48), West Boca Raton (Boca Raton)
Dante Bichette, 2011 (51), Orangewood Christian (Maitland)
Hudson Boyd, 2011 (55), Bishop Verot (Fort Myers)
Mike Zunino, 2012 (3), Mariner (Cape Coral)
Albert Almora, 2012 (6), Mater Academy Charter (Hialeah Gardens)
Addison Russell, 2012 (11), Pace
Nick Travieso, 2012 (14), Archbishop McCarthy (Fort Lauderdale)
Deven Marrero, 2012 (24), American Heritage (Plantation)
Lewis Brinson, 2012 (29), Coral Springs
Brian Johnson, 2012 (31), Cocoa Beach
Zach Eflin, 2012 (33), Hagerty (Oviedo)
Lance McCullers, 2012 (41), Jesuit (Tampa)
Keon Barnum, 2012 (48), King (Tampa)
Jesse Winker, 2012 (49), Olympia (Orlando)
Walker Weickel, 2012 (55), Olympia (Orlando)
Jose Fernandez, 2013 (14), Alonso (Tampa)
Jonathon Crawford, 2013 (20), Okeechobee
Alex Gonzalez, 2013 (23), Boca Raton
Christian Arroyo, 2013 (25), Hernando (Brooksville)
Nick Gordon, 2014 (5), Olympia (Orlando)
Trea Turner, 2014 (13), Park Vista (Lake Worth)
Touki Toussaint, 2014 (16), Coral Springs Christian (Coral Springs)
Luke Weaver, 2014 (27), DeLand
Foster Griffin, 2014 (28), The First Academy (Orlando)
Forrest Wall, 2014 (35), Orangewood Christian (Maitland)
Brendan Rodgers, 2015 (3), Lake Mary
Kyle Tucker, 2015 (5), Plant (Tampa)
Carson Fulmer, 2015 (8), All Saints' Academy (Winter Haven)
Richie Martin, 2015 (20), Bloomingdale (Valrico)
DJ Stewart, 2015 (25), Bolles (Jacksonville)
Ryan Mountcastle, 2015 (36), Hagerty (Oviedo)
Jake Woodford, 2015 (39), Plant (Tampa)
Triston McKenzie, 2015 (42), Royal Palm Beach
Zack Collins, 2016 (10), American Heritage (Plantation)
Dane Dunning, 2016 (29), Clay (Green Cove Springs)
Cole Ragans, 2016 (30), North Florida Christian (Tallahassee)
Pavin Smith, 2017 (7), Palm Beach Gardens
Adam Haseley, 2017 (8), The First Academy (Orlando)
Alex Faedo, 2017 (18), Alonso (Tampa)
Logan Warmoth, 2017 (22), Lake Brantley (Altamonte Springs)
Nate Pearson, 2017 (28), Bishop McLaughlin Catholic (Spring Hill)
Chris Seise, 2017 (29), West Orange (Winter Garden)
Jeter Downs, 2017 (32), Monsignor Pace (Miami)
Kevin Merrell, 2017 (33), Steinbrenner (Lutz)
Jonathan India, 2018 (5), American Heritage (Delray Beach)
Carter Stewart, 2018 (8), Eau Gallie (Melbourne)
Connor Scott, 2018 (13), Plant (Tampa)
Logan Gilbert, 2018 (14), Wekiva (Apopka)
Brady Singer, 2018 (18), Eustis
Triston Casas, 2018 (26), American Heritage (Plantation)
Mason Denaburg, 2018 (27), Merritt Island
Shane McClanahan, 2018 (31), Cape Coral
Gunnar Hoglund, 2018 (36), Fivay (Hudson)
Xavier Edwards, 2018 (38), North Broward Prep (Coconut Creek)
JJ Bleday, 2019 (4), Mosley (Lynn Haven)
Riley Greene, 2019 (5), Hagerty (Oviedo)
Alek Manoah, 2019 (11), South Dade (Homestead)
Brennan Malone, 2019 (33), IMG Academy (Bradenton)

Georgia – 39
Delino DeShields Jr., 2010 (8), Woodward Academy (College Park)
Jake Skole, 2010 (15), Blessed Trinity (Roswell)
Kaleb Cowart, 2010 (18), Cook (Adel)
Cam Bedrosian, 2010 (29), East Coweta (Sharpsburg)
Chevy Clarke, 2010 (30), Marietta
Kevin Matthews, 2011 (33), Richmond Hill
Zach Cone, 2011 (37), Parkview (Lilburn)
Larry Greene, 2011 (39), Berrien (Nashville)
Dwight Smith, 2011 (53), McIntosh (Peachtree City)
Grayson Garvin, 2011 (59), Wesleyan (Norcross)
Byron Buxton, 2012 (2), Appling County (Baxley)
Lucas Sims, 2012 (21), Brookwood (Snellville)
James Ramsey, 2012 (23), Wesleyan (Norcross)
Matt Olson, 2012 (47), Parkview (Liburn)
Clint Frazier, 2013 (5), Loganville
Austin Meadows, 2013 (9), Grayson (Loganville)
Travis Demeritte, 2013 (30), Winder-Barrow (Winder)
Josh Hart, 2013 (37), Parkview (Lilburn)
Max Pentecost, 2014 (11), Winder-Barrow (Winder)
Michael Chavis, 2014 (26), Sprayberry (Marietta)
Dansby Swanson, 2015 (1), Marietta
Cornelius Randolph, 2015 (10), Griffin
Tyler Stephenson, 2015 (11), Kennesaw Mountain (Kennesaw)
Christian Stewart, 2015 (34), Providence Christian Academy (Lilburn)
Daz Cameron, 2015 (37), Eagle's Landing Christian Academy (McDonough)
Kyle Lewis, 2016 (11), Shiloh (Snellville)
Joshua Lowe, 2016 (13), Pope (Marietta)
Will Benson, 2016 (14), Westminster (Atlanta)
Carter Kieboom, 2016 (28), Walton (Marietta)
Taylor Trammell, 2016 (35), Mount Paran Christian (Kennesaw)
Robert Tyler, 2016 (38), Crisp County (Cordele)
Clarke Schmidt, 2017 (16), Allatoona (Acworth)
Dayton Hall, 2017 (21), Valdosta
Joey Bart, 2018 (2), Buford
Anthony Seigler, 2018 (23), Cartersville
Seth Beer, 2018 (28), Lambert (Suwanee)
Ethan Hankins, 2018 (35), Forsyth Central (Cumming)
CJ Abrams, 2019 (6), Blessed Trinity (Roswell)
Daniel Espino, 2019 (24), Georgia Premier Academy (Statesboro)

Hawaii – 2
Kolten Wong, 2011 (22), Kamehameha Hawai'i (Kea'au)
Kodi Medeiros, 2014 (12), Waiakea (Hilo)

Illinois – 10
Mike Foltynewicz, 2010 (19), Minooka
Seth Blair, 2010 (46), Rock Falls
Eric Jagielo, 2013 (26), Downers Grove North (Downers Grove)
Tyler Jay, 2015 (6), Lemont
Kyle Funkhouser, 2015 (35), Oak Forest
Corey Ray, 2016 (5), Simeon (Chicago)
Zack Burdi, 2016 (26), Downers Grove South (Downers Grove)
Cody Sedlock, 2016 (27), Alleman (Rock Island)
Tanner Houck, 2017 (24), Collinsville
Quinn Priester, 2019 (18), Cary-Grove (Cary)

Indiana – 11
Justin O'Conner, 2010 (31), Cowan (Muncie)
Alex Meyer, 2011 (23), Greensburg
Kevin Plawecki, 2012 (35), Westfield
Trey Ball, 2013 (7), New Castle
Sean Manaea, 2013 (34), Andrean (Merrillville)
Ashe Russell, 2015 (21), Cathedral (Indianapolis)
Nolan Watson, 2015 (33), Lawrence North (Indianapolis)
Nicholas Schnell, 2018 (32), Roncalli (Indianapolis)
Zack Thompson, 2019 (19), Wapahani (Selma)
Kody Hoese, 2019 (25), Griffith
Drey Jameson, 2019 (34), Greenfield-Central (Greenfield)

Iowa – 2
AJ Puk, 2016 (6), Washington (Cedar Rapids)
TJ Sikkema, 2019 (38), Central Clinton (DeWitt)

Kansas – 5
Bubba Starling, 2011 (5), Gardner-Edgerton (Gardner)
Collin Wiles, 2012 (53), Blue Valley West (Stilwell)
Ryne Stanek, 2013 (29), Blue Valley (Stilwell)
Riley Pint, 2016 (4), Aquinas (Overland Park)
Joey Wentz, 2016 (40), Shawnee Mission East (Shawnee Mission)

Kentucky – 4
Walker Buehler, 2015 (24), Henry Clay (Lexington)
Will Smith, 2016 (32), Kentucky Country Day (Louisville)
Jordon Adell, 2017 (10), Ballard (Louisville)

Louisiana – 7
Mikie Mahtook, 2011 (31), St. Thomas More (Lafayette)
Jace Peterson, 2011 (58), Hamilton Christian (Lake Charles)
Gavin Cecchini, 2012 (12), Barbe (Lake Charles)
Stryker Trahan, 2012 (26), Acadiana (Lafayette)
Aaron Nola, 2014 (7), Catholic-B.R. (Baton Rouge)
Chase Vallot, 2014 (40), St. Thomas More (Lafayette)
Travis Swaggerty, 2018 (10), Denham Springs

Massachusetts – 3
Tyler Beede, 2014 (14), Lawrence Academy (Groton)
Sean Newcomb, 2014 (15), Middleborough
Chris Shaw, 2015 (31), Lexington

Michigan – 2
Victor Roache, 2012 (28), Lincoln (Warren)
Nick Plummer, 2015 (23), Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills)

Minnesota – 4
Michael Kvasnicka, 2010 (33), Lakeville North (Lakeville)
Chris Anderson, 2013 (18), Centennial (Circle Pines)
Michael Busch, 2019 (31), Simley (Inver Grove Heights)
Matt Wallner, 2019 (39), Forest Lake

Mississippi – 7
Ryan Bolden, 2010 (40), Madison Central (Madison)
D.J. Davis, 2012 (17), Stone (Wiggins)
Chris Stratton, 2012 (20), Tupelo
Hunter Renfroe, 2013 (13), Copiah Academy (Gallman)
Blake Anderson, 2014 (36), West Lauderdale (Collinsville)
Austin Riley, 2015 (41), DeSoto Central (Southaven)
JT Ginn, 2018 (30), Brandon

Missouri – 5
Jon Harris, 2015 (29), Hazelwood Central (Florissant)
Jake Burger, 2017 (11), Christian Brothers (St. Louis)
Alex Lange, 2017 (30), Lee's Summit West (Lee's Summit)
Jackson Rutledge, 2019 (17), Rockwood Summit (Fenton)
Kameron Misner, 2019 (35), Poplar Bluff

Nebraska – 2
Casey Gillaspie, 2014 (20), Millard North (Omaha)
Alec Bohm, 2018 (3), Roncalli Catholic (Omaha)

Nevada – 9
Bryce Harper, 2010 (1), Las Vegas
Tyler Anderson, 2011 (20), Spring Valley (Las Vegas)
Jake Hager, 2011 (32), Sierra Vista (Las Vegas)
Joey Gallo, 2012 (39), Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
Kris Bryant, 2013 (2), Bonanza (Las Vegas)
Aaron Blair, 2013 (36), Spring Valley (Las Vegas)
Erick Fedde, 2014 (18), Las Vegas
Cadyn Grenier, 2018 (37), Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
Bryson Stott, 2019 (14), Desert Oasis (Las Vegas)

New Hampshire – 1
Grant Lavigne, 2018 (42), Bedford

New Jersey – 7
Anthony Ranaudo, 2010 (39), St. Rose (Belmar)
Kevin Comer, 2011 (57), Seneca (Tabernacle)
Pat Light, 2012 (37), Christian Brothers Academy (Lincroft)
Rob Kaminsky, 2013 (28), St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)
Jason Groom, 2016 (12), Barnegat
Matt Thaiss, 2016 (16), Jackson Memorial (Jackson Township)
Anthony Volpe, 2019 (30), Delbarton (Morristown)

New Mexico – 3
Blake Swihart, 2011 (26), Cleveland (Rio Rancho)
Alex Bregman, 2015 (2), Albuquerque Academy (Albuquerque)
Trevor Rogers, 2017 (13), Carlsbad

New York – 10
Cito Culver, 2010 (32), Irondequoit (Rochester)
Joe Panik, 2011 (29), John Jay (Hopewell Junction)
Marcus Stroman, 2012 (22), Patchogue-Medford (Medford)
Colin Moran, 2013 (6), Iona Prep (New Rochelle)
Jeff Hoffman, 2014 (9), Shaker (Latham)
Garrett Whitley, 2015 (13), Niskayuna
Ian Anderson, 2016 (3), Shenendehowa (Clifton Park)
Anthony Kay, 2016 (31), Ward Melville (East Setauket)
Lenny Torres, 2018 (41), Beacon
George Kirby, 2019 (20), Rye

North Carolina – 19
Levi Michael, 2011 (30), North Davidson (Lexington)
Brian Goodwin, 2011 (34), Rocky Mount
Brett Austin, 2011 (54), Providence (Charlotte)
Corey Seager, 2012 (18), Northwest Cabarrus (Concord)
Richie Shaffer, 2012 (25), Providence (Charlotte)
Luke Bard, 2012 (42), Charlotte Christian (Charlotte)
Hunter Harvey, 2013 (22), Bandys (Catawba)
Carlos Rodon, 2014 (3), Holly Springs
Braxton Davidson, 2014 (32), T.C. Roberson (Asheville)
MacKenzie Gore, 2017 (3), Whiteville
Austin Beck, 2017 (6), North Davidson (Lexington)
Brian Miller, 2017 (36), Millbrook (Raleigh)
Jordyn Adams, 2018 (17), Green Hope (Cary)
Jackson Kowar, 2018 (33), Charlotte Christian (Charlotte)
Will Wilson, 2019 (15), Kings Mountain
Greg Jones, 2019 (22), Cary
Blake Walston, 2019 (26), New Hanover (Wilmington)
Logan Davidson, 2019 (29), Providence (Charlotte)
Seth Johnson, 2019 (40), Jay M. Robinson (Concord)

Ohio – 9
Kolbrin Vitek, 2010 (20), Bryan
Alex Wimmers, 2010 (21), Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati)
Andrew Chafin, 2011 (43), Western Reserve (Collins)
Matt Smoral, 2012 (50), Solon
Kyle Schwarber, 2014 (4), Middletown
Andrew Benintendi, 2015 (7), Madeira (Cincinnati)
TJ Zeuch, 2016 (21), Mason
Eric Lauer, 2016 (25), Midview (Grafton)
Evan White, 2017 (17), Lincoln (Gahanna)

Oklahoma – 6
Dylan Bundy, 2011 (4), Owasso
Archie Bradley, 2011 (7), Broken Arrow
Michael Fulmer, 2011 (44), Deer Creek (Edmond)
Andrew Heaney, 2012 (9), Putnam City (Oklahoma City)
Ty Hensley, 2012 (30), Santa Fe South (Oklahoma City)
Jonathan Gray, 2013 (3), Chandler

Oregon – 2
Braden Shipley, 2013 (15), North Medford (Medford)
Adley Rutschman, 2019 (1), Sherwood

Pennsylvania – 12
Jesse Biddle, 2010 (27), Germantown Friends (Philadelphia)
Cory Spangenberg, 2011 (10), Abington Heights (Clarks Summit)
Travis Jankowski, 2012 (44), Lancaster Catholic (Lancaster)
Derek Fisher, 2014 (37), Cedar Crest (Lebanon)
Mike Papi, 2014 (38), Tunkhannock 
Ian Happ, 2015 (9), Mt. Lebanon (Pittsburgh)
Mike Nikorak, 2015 (27), Stroudsburg
Alex Kirilloff, 2016 (15), Plum (Pittsburgh)
Bendan McKay, 2017 (4), Blackhawk (Beaver Falls)
Brendon Little, 2017 (27), Conestoga (Berwyn)
Jake McCarthy, 2018 (39), Scranton
Sammy Siani, 2019 (37), William Penn Charter (Philadelphia)

South Carolina – 4
Asher Wojciechowski, 2010 (41), Beaufort
Taylor Guerrieri, 2011 (24), Spring Valley (Columbia)
Nick Ciuffo, 2013 (21), Lexington
Grant Holmes, 2014 (22), Conway

Tennessee – 13
Drew Pomeranz, 2010 (5), Collierville
Bryce Brentz, 2010 (36), South-Doyle (Knoxville)
Sonny Gray, 2011 (18), Smyrna
Kes Carter, 2011 (56), Ravenwood (Brentwood)
Justus Sheffield, 2014 (31), Tullahoma
Nick Senzel, 2016 (2), Farragut (Knoxville)
Will Craig, 2016 (22), Science Hill (Johnson City)
Dakota Hudson, 2016 (34), Sequatchie County (Dunlap)
Jordan Sheffield, 2016 (36), Tullahoma
Brent Rooker, 2017 (35), Evangelical Christian (Cordova)
Ryan Weathers, 2018 (7), Loretto
Ryan Rolison, 2018 (22), University School of Jackson (Jackson)
Ethan Small, 2019 (28), Lexington

Texas – 43
Jameson Taillon, 2010 (2), The Woodlands
Barret Loux, 2010 (6), Stratford (Houston)
Michael Choice, 2010 (10), Mansfield Timberview (Arlington)
Zach Lee, 2010 (28), McKinney
Matthew Lipka, 2010 (35), McKinney
Noah Syndergaard, 2010 (38), Mansfield
Chance Ruffin, 2010 (48), Lake Travis (Austin)
Tyrell Jenkins, 2010 (50), Henderson
Anthony Rendon, 2011 (6), Lamar (Houston)
Taylor Jungmann, 2011 (12), Georgetown
Trevor Story, 2011 (45), Irving
Kyle Crick, 2011 (49), Sherman
Courtney Hawkins, 2012 (13), Carroll (Corpus Christi)
Tyler Naquin, 2012 (15), Klein Collins (Spring)
Michael Wacha, 2012 (19), Pleasant Grove (Texarkana)
Barrett Barnes, 2012 (45), Fort Bend Austin (Sugar Land)
Steve Bean, 2012 (59), Rockwall
Tyler Gonzales, 2012 (60), Madison (San Antonio)
Kohl Stewart, 2013 (4), St. Pius X (Houston,)
Hunter Dozier, 2013 (8), Denton
Billy McKinney, 2013 (24), Plano West (Plano)
Jason Hursh, 2013 (31), Trinity Christian (Addison)
Corey Knebel, 2013 (39), Bastrop
Tyler Kolek, 2014 (2), Shepherd
Brandon Finnegan, 2014 (17), Southwest (Fort Worth)
Michael Kopech, 2014 (33), Mt. Pleasant
Trenton Clark, 2015 (15), Richland (North Richland Hills)
Beau Burrows, 2015 (22), Weatherford
Ke'Bryan Hayes, 2015 (32), Concordia Lutheran (Tomball)
Forrest Whitley, 2016 (17), Alamo Heights (San Antonio)
Hudson Sanchez, 2016 (24), Carroll (Southlake)
Shane Baz, 2017 (12), Concordia Lutheran (Tomball)
Seth Romero, 2017 (25), Columbia (West Columbia)
Tristen Lutz, 2017 (34), Martin (Arlington)
Kyler Murray, 2018 (9), Allen
Grayson Rodriguez, 2018 (11), Central Heights (Nacogdoches)
Jordan Groshans, 2018 (12), Magnolia
Bobby Witt, 2019 (2), Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville)
Josh Jung, 2019 (8), MacArthur (San Antonio)
Shea Langeliers, 2019 (9), Keller
Brett Baty, 2019 (12), Lake Travis (Austin)
Braden Shewmake, 2019 (21), Wylie East (Wylie)
JJ Goss, 2019 (36), Cypress Ranch (Houston)

Utah – 1
Keenyn Walker, 2011 (47), Judge Memorial (Salt Lake City)

Virginia – 7
Deck McGuire, 2010 (11), Deep Run (Glen Allen)
Jackie Bradley, 2011 (40), Prince George (Prince George)
Eddie Butler, 2012 (46), Greenbrier Christian Academy (Chesapeake)
Nathan Kirby, 2015 (40), James River (Buchanan)
J.B. Bukauskas, 2017 (15), Stone Bridge (Ashburn)
Daniel Lynch, 2018 (34), Freeman (Richmond)
Griffin Roberts, 2018 (43), James River Midlothian (Midlothian)

Washington – 11
Josh Sale, 2010 (17), Bishop Blanchet (Seattle)
Drew Vettleson, 2010 (42), Central Kitsap (Silverdale)
Jeff Ames, 2011 (42), Skyview (Vancouver)
Blake Snell, 2011 (52), Shorewood (Shoreline)
Clint Coulter, 2012 (27), Union (Vancouver)
Mitch Gueller, 2012 (54), WF West (Chehalis)
Reese McGuire, 2013 (14), Kentwood (Covington)
Michael Conforto, 2014 (10), Redmond
Drew Rasmussen, 2017 (31), Mt. Spokane (Mead)
Corbin Carroll, 2019 (16), Lakeside (Seattle)
Michael Toglia, 2019 (23), Gig Harbor

Washington, D.C. – 2
Danny Hultzen, 2011 (2), St. Albans
Nick Howard, 2014 (19), St. John's

Wisconsin – 3
Gavin Lux, 2016 (20), Indian Trail (Kenosha)
Jeren Kendall, 2017 (23), Holmen (Holmen)
Jarred Kelenic, 2018 (6), Waukesha West (Waukesha)

Wyoming – 1
Brandon Nimmo, 2011 (13), East (Cheyenne)

Attended high school out of the United States – 10
Kellin Deglan, 2010 (22), Canada
Mike Soroka, 2015 (28), Canada
Josh Naylor, 2015 (12), Canada
Cal Quantrill, 2016 (8), Canada
Noah Taylor, 2018 (29), Canada
Delvin Perez, 2016 (23), Mexico
Carlos Correa, 2012 (1), Puerto Rico
Jose Berrios, 2012 (32), Puerto Rico
Jesmuel Valentin, 2012 (51), Puerto Rico
Heliot Ramos, 2017 (19), Puerto Rico