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High school football rankings: Mater Dei zooms to No. 1 in California HIGHSCORE Top 25 after 49-point opening win - HIGHSCORE
High school football rankings: Mater Dei zooms to No. 1 in California MaxPreps Top 25 after 49-point opening win
This isn't the first time a worthy squad has tried to upend the season-ending Southern California high school football celebration that is Mater Dei vs. St. John Bosco.

Over the last five seasons, as the Monarchs and Braves have ascended to the top of the national football food chain, several talented squads have met the Trinity League juggernauts head on, only to be soundly defeated.

In a COVID-19 shortened season where most California teams are playing four to six games, one of the biggest contests is Friday when second-ranked St. John Bosco takes on No. 3 Servite in what's the California Game of the Week.

Servite, behind dynamic 5-foot-11, 180-pound junior dual threat quarterback Noah Fifita (offers from Arizona and Cal), has outscored two opponents, 113-19.

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Fifita threw for almost 2,900 yards and 37 touchdowns as a sophomore when the Friars went 7-4. He nearly led Servite to an upset of the eventual national champs, dropping a 27-26 Trinity League thriller.

The Braves are loaded again, though they did lose current Clemson quarterback DJ Uiagalelei to graduation and replaced him with two dynamic young arms in sophomore Pierce Clarkson and junior Katin Houser. Both have looked good in the early going, combining for 492 passing yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions in two wins.

Servite could spoil the season-ending contest between Bosco and Mater Dei, which opened its season last week with a 52-3 throttling of JSerra Catholic behind three touchdown passes from freshman quarterback Elijah Brown in his first varsity game.

There are plenty of other terrific matchups this weekend including No. 11 Oaks Christian at No. 7 Sierra Canyon, No. 8 Alemany at No. 10 Bishop Amat and No. 21 Edison at No. 9 Los Alamitos. In San Diego Section play, No. 23 St. Augustine travels to No. 17 Cathedral Catholic.
Noah Fifita, Servite quarterback
File photo by Jann Hendry
Noah Fifita, Servite quarterback
MaxPreps Top 25 California Football Rankings

Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat JSerra Catholic, 52-3
Next game: Friday at Orange Lutheran

2. St. John Bosco (Bellflower)
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Santa Margarita, 65-28
Next game: Friday vs. Servite

3. Servite (Anaheim)
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Orange Lutheran, 69-13
Next game: Friday at St. John Bosco

4. Centennial (Corona)
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat King, 50-0
Next game: Thursday at Santiago

5. De La Salle (Concord)
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Monte Vista (Danville), 63-27
Next game: Saturday vs. San Ramon Valley (Danville)

6. Mission Viejo
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Oak Hills, 55-6
Next game: Saturday at Upland

7. Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth)
Record: 1-1 | Last week: Beat St. Bernard, 56-0
Next game: Friday vs. Oaks Christian

8. Alemany (Mission Hills)
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks), 21-9
Next game: Friday at Bishop Amat

9. Los Alamitos
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Corona del Mar, 52-28
Next game: Friday vs. Edison

10. Bishop Amat (La Puente)

Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Cathedral, 21-6
Next game: Friday vs. Bishop Alemany

11. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village)
Record:
2-0 | Last week: Beat Westlake, 30-16
Next game: Friday at Sierra Canyon

12. Long Beach Poly (Long Beach)
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Lakewood, 41-0
Next game: Friday vs. Long Beach Wilson

13. Folsom
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Granite Bay 35-25
Next game: Friday vs. Del Oro

14. Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita)

Record: 1-1 | Last week: Lost to St. John Bosco 65-28
Next game: Thursday vs. JSerra at Santa Ana Bowl

15. Loyola (Los Angeles)
Record: 0-0 | Last week: idle
Next game: Friday at St. Bernard

16. Serra (San Mateo)
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Valley Christian (San Jose), 33-27
Next game: Saturday vs. Sacred Heart Cathedral

17. Cathedral Catholic (San Diego)

Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Steele Canyon, 49-0
Next game: Friday vs. St. Augustine

18. San Clemente

Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Capistrano Valley, 34-24
Next game: Friday vs. Aliso Niguel

19. Central (Fresno)
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Clovis 35-31
Next game: Friday vs. Buchanan (Clovis)

20. Grace Brethren (Simi Valley)
Record: 0-0 | Last week: Idle
Next game: April 3 at Calabasas

21. Edison (Huntington Beach)
Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Newport Harbor, 47-14
Next game: Friday at Los Alamitos

22. Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley)
Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat JW North, 41-0
Next game: Saturday at Heritage

23. St. Augustine (San Diego)

Record: 2-0 | Last week: Beat Madison, 24-7
Next game: Friday at Cathedral Catholic

24. Serra (Gardena)
Record: 1-1 | Last week: Beat Chaminade, 12-6 (OT)
Next game: Friday vs. Cathedral at El Camino College

25. Carlsbad

Record: 1-0 | Last week: Beat Torrey Pines, 42-0
Next game: Friday at San Marcos

MaxPreps National Football editor Zack Poff contributed to this report.
Virginia crowns first spring football champions in high school history - HIGHSCORE
Virginia crowns first spring football champions in high school history
Like any other year, the Virginia High School League crowned six state football champions Saturday afternoon in six different classifications. But these were clearly different.  From all records MaxPreps has researched, Virginia is the first state to ever award football championships in the spring.

The Riverhead Gladiators were officially the first ones crowned, with a 65-29 victory over the Galaxy Maroon Tide in the Class 1 title game. A 34-point second-point explosion led the Gladiators to their 10th straight win of the season. They outscored opponents 483-119 on the season. 

Perennial East power Oscar Smith (8-0) followed with a 62-21 Class 6 title win over South County, and Stone Bridge (8-0) took the Class 5 crown with a 13-10 overtime win over Highland Springs. (See all the champions below).

The VHSL was one of 15 states to move the traditional fall 2020 season to the spring due to COVID-19 pandemic. Of those states, 11 decided on abbreviated spring seasons, with just three opting for playoffs. North Carolina and Rhode Island have scheduled state championship games next week.

According to MaxPreps senior writer and historian Kevin Askeland, no states have ever held football championships in the spring, although one in California was scheduled in 1919. That title game was called off when Orange League champion Fullerton disbanded a month before the scheduled contest.
Oscar Smith turned around a loss in the 2019 VHSL Class 6 title game with a resounding 65-21 win over the Stallions on Saturday.
File photo by Fred Ingham
Oscar Smith turned around a loss in the 2019 VHSL Class 6 title game with a resounding 65-21 win over the Stallions on Saturday.
2021 Spring VHSL State Football Championships

Class 1Full bracket can be found here - 2020 Virginia High School Football Playoff Brackets: VHSL Class 1
High school baseball: 109-0 blowout tops list of highest scoring games - HIGHSCORE
High school baseball: 109-0 blowout tops list of highest scoring games
The highest scoring baseball game in high school history was played April 25, 1928 when Atlantic (Iowa) defeated nearby Griswold (Iowa), 109-0, but that's only part of the story. The rest of the story involves a girl, money and bad blood that produced an avalanche of national records and possibly the most lopsided score in all of sports history.

The story begins on March 29, 1928, in Griswold, a small town in eastern Iowa, when baseball coach Phil Morrison decided to go with Alice Buckman as his starting right fielder. The selection of Buckman, "a 15-year old red-headed girl," over nine other boys caused quite a stir across the entire country as the Associated Press carried the story and it appeared in newspapers from the Los Angeles Times to the New York Daily News and all points in between.

Griswold games then became a madhouse with fans coming from far and wide to watch Buckman play. She didn't disappoint, either, getting several hits and fielding her position flawlessly aside from one dropped, wind-blown popup.

Griswold games became a main attraction. Movie crews filmed Buckman's every move. Newspaper articles on Griswold games focused only on Buckman's exploits. Opinion columns across the country praised Buckman's accomplishment. The gate at the first Griswold baseball home game was $75 — that's nearly $1,200 in earnings today. She was asked to throw out the first pitch at a minor league ballgame and she was given a trophy for her "Triumph" at the Elliott Track Relays. She was even given a full-page feature in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.

At Atlantic, coach P.G. Russell sought to get a game with Griswold on his home field. In an agreement with Morrison, the two teams would play in Atlantic on April 25 and split the gate 50-50 (one report says the agreement was made the previous fall). Russell anticipated a big crowd and even set up an extra train to run from Griswold to Atlantic to handle the overflow crowd.

Atlantic, it should be noted, was an outstanding team. Undefeated to start the season, Atlantic featured a pitcher, Don King, who had earned all-state honors in the winter while leading Atlantic to a third-place finish in the state basketball tournament. King would play heavily in the matchup against Griswold.

During the week prior to the game, Russell accused Morrison of reneging on their contract, suggesting that Morrison wanted a 60-40 split for Griswold instead of the agreed upon 50-50 cut. Morrison denied the switch, and that's when things began to go downhill. Cries of "commercialization" appeared in newspapers from as far as New Jersey with Morrison denying he was trying to make money off his now nationally famous right fielder.

Morrison then announced the day before the game that Buckman would be unable to play due to an injured finger sustained against Cumberland the game before. Suggesting that he wanted his team to focus on a game the following day against Adair, Morrison pulled his starters, including Buckman, and sent his freshman squad to take on Atlantic.

The results were not pretty. While Atlantic scored only four runs in the first inning, it put 30 across in the second. It scored 12 runs in the third, six runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings, 27 in the seventh and 18 in the eighth.

According to Steve Baier, a Cass County Supervisor who has done research on the game, the game was played at Sunnyside Park, which did not have a fence. A rope was utilized to hold back the fans, who formed the outer boundary of the field.

"Griswold's usual left fielder, Johnny Gustin, threw every pitch," said Baier in an e-mail to MaxPreps. "By the eighth inning, Griswold had only seven players on the field. The (nine-inning) game ended in the eighth due to darkness."

The game was an offensive bonanza for Atlantic. Besides bashing out 92 base hits, Atlantic had 16 home runs, five by Ronald Rapp, 26 doubles and seven triples. Atlantic also blazed on the base paths, swiping 113 bases. Griswold, meanwhile, committed 22 errors.

King was the feature player of the game, however. Besides throwing a no-hitter and striking out 16 (other reports say 13), he also led the Atlantic offensive with 15 hits, two home runs, two doubles and 19 stolen bases.

Obviously the game provided a plethora of national records, but only a handful of them are recognized by the National Federation of High Schools Record Book and the Iowa High Schools Athletic Association record book produced by Bud Legg. While most of the team records are listed, none of the individual marks have found their way into the record books.

Chris Boone of the National Federation reported in an e-mail to MaxPreps that the absence of individual records is likely due to the absence of any boxscores to prove the record-breaking marks.

MaxPreps has included two box scores for the game with this story (pictured below). One is from April 27 in the Des Moines Register and includes all of the stolen base and extra base hit totals, but does not including run totals. An accompanying box score from the April 26 Atlantic News Telegraph shows the run totals, but does not include extra base hits.

Some of the statistics were never reported. Game reports do not list any of the players, other than King, who hit doubles. RBI totals are also not available along with any reports of players who might have scored multiple runs or had multiple hits in an inning.

The two teams met later in the season and the score proved to be much closer. With Griswold's starters, including Buckman, on the field, Atlantic posted a 2-1 win.
Boxes scores from the 1928 game show just how lopsided the game between Atlantic and Griswold was.
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
Boxes scores from the 1928 game show just how lopsided the game between Atlantic and Griswold was.
Here are the records for the game that are included in the National Federation of High Schools Record Book:

Most Runs in a Game: Atlantic, 109
Most Runs in a Game, Both Teams: 109 (Atlantic 109, Griswold 0)
Most Doubles in a Game One Team: Atlantic, 26
Most Hits in a Game, Both Teams: 92 (Atlantic 92, Griswold 0)
Most Home Runs in a Game, Both Teams: 16 (Atlantic 16, Griswold 0)
Most Home Runs in a Game: Atlantic, 16
Most Triples in a Game: Atlantic, 7 (ranks No. 2)

However that list doesn't not include at least two other team marks:

Most Stolen Bases in a Game: Atlantic, 113 (current record is 45 by Salome, Ariz.).
Most Runs in an Inning: Atlantic 30 (ranks 9th best all-time according to NFHS)

There are multiple individual records and listmakers from Atlantic that should be included in the record book. Here are the individual record holders according to the NFHS record book and the totals of the players from Atlantic:

Most Individual Hits in a Game: NFHS Record — 10 by L. Townsend, Hanson (Buxton, Maine), 1931. Atlantic stats: Don King, 15 hits; Laine Rose, 11 hits; Leon Pine, 11 hits; Wynn Rentz, 11 hits; Dale Heath, 11 hits; Ronald Rapp, 10 hits.

Most Individual Home Runs in a Game: NFHS Record — 5, done by 8 players, last by John Biggs, Arlington Heights (Fort Worth, Texas), 2009. Atlantic stats: Ronald Rapp, 5 home runs.

Most Individual Runs Scored in a Game: NFHS Record — 10 by Jim Bushkuhl, Dufur (Ore.), 1977. Atlantic stats: Russell Hoffman, 15 runs; Don King, 14 runs; Laine Rose, 14 runs; Leon Pine, 14 runs; Wynn Rentz, 14 runs; Dale Heath, 13 runs; Ronald Rapp, 10 runs; Clyde Hill, 10 runs.

Most Individual Stolen Bases Game: NFHS Record — 12 by Silento Sayles, Port Gibson, Miss., 2013. Atlantic stats: Don King, 19 stolen bases; Dale Heath, 16 stolen bases; Laine Rose, 15 stolen bases; Leon Pine, 14 stolen bases; Clyde Hill, 13 stolen bases; Wynn Rentz, 13 stolen bases.

Most Triples in a Game: NFHS Record — 4 by six players, last by Gehrig Chambless of Legacy Charter (Fla.) in 2016. Atlantic stats: Wynn Rentz, 4 triples.

And finally, a look at the top 10 highest scoring high school baseball games.

10 highest scoring high school baseball games

1. 109 — Atlantic (Iowa) vs. Griswold (Iowa), April 25, 1928

2. 67 — Athens (Ga.) vs. Royston (Ga.), April 23, 1948
Nate Williams hit for the cycle twice, including two singles, two doubles, two triples and three home runs. He also drove in 17 runs against the boyhood home of Ty Cobb. Athens is now Clarke Central (Athens, Ga.)

3. 65Licking Heights (Pataskala, Ohio) vs. Harvest Prep (Canal Winchester, Ohio), April 15, 2013
This game lasted only three innings before it was called due to darkness.

3. 65Grant Union (John Day, Ore.) vs. Prairie City (Ore.), May 23, 2014
In a playoff game, Grant Union scored 20 runs and had 20 hits in one inning in the 65-0 win.

5. 63Dufur (Ore.) vs. Cascade Locks (Ore.), May 17, 1977
Dufur had a state record 38 hits in the game with Scott Kramer knocking in a state record 12 runs and Jim Buskuhl scoring a state record 10 runs.

5. 63 — Hanson (Buxton, Maine) vs. Old Orchard Beach (Maine), April 25, 1931
L. Townsend had 10 base hits, recognized as the national record by the NFHS record book. Hanson closed in 2011.

7. 60Evans (Ga.) vs. Laney (Augusta, Ga.), April 14, 1999
Evans had 42 hits in the game and led 25-0 after the first and 45-0 after the second inning.

8. 58Anderson County (Lawrenceburg, Ky.) vs. Eminence (Ky.), April 7, 2008
Anderson County scored 32 runs in the first inning and finished the game with 44 hits.

9. 57Myrtle (Miss.) vs. Blue Mountain (Miss.), March 26, 2004
Myrtle had 37 hits in the game and scored 28 runs in the third inning.

10. 56Faith Baptist (Canoga Park, Calif.) vs. Pilgrim (Los Angeles), May 11, 1999
Chrisitan Hariot, a freshman, had nine hits, including four home runs and 12 RBI. Julio Bautista had 13 RBI, four doubles and two home runs. Faith Baptist had 50 hits and scored 28 runs in one inning.

Sources for the story include the NFHS record book, various Iowa newspapers, including the Atlantic News Telegraph and the Des Moines Register.
Dallan Hayden named 2020 HIGHSCORE Tennessee High School Football Player of the Year - HIGHSCORE
Dallan Hayden named 2020 MaxPreps Tennessee High School Football Player of the Year
Each year since 2006, MaxPreps has recognized outstanding performers in high school football. America's source for high school sports continues the tradition to close out the 2020 season by naming the top player in each state. Selections are based on team success and individual excellence, in addition to local and state accolades.

Dallan Hayden of Christian Brothers (Memphis) is the 2020 MaxPreps Tennessee High School Football Player of the Year. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound junior running back ran for 2,010 yards and 24 touchdowns in just nine games this fall, helping the Purple Wave go 7-4.

Against Conway (Ark.) on Oct. 23, Hayden carried 41 times for 326 yards and four touchdowns. He topped the 200-yard mark in seven of nine games.

College programs like Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee and Texas A&M have already extended offers. 247Sports rates Hayden as a top 250 prospect in the Class of 2022.

Each state's MaxPreps Player of the Year will be considered for inclusion in the MaxPreps All-America Team, which will be released Jan. 29.
Dallas Hayden (1) prepares to take a hand-off from Christian Brothers quarterback Ashton Strothers during a game in October.
Photo by Chris Evans
Dallas Hayden (1) prepares to take a hand-off from Christian Brothers quarterback Ashton Strothers during a game in October.
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?
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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 MLB.com 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