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College World Series 2012: Highlighting Top Prospects to Watch

Published by on June 18, 2012

Baseball games are won and lost by the strongest arms and the most powerful bats. The College World Series is no different—it's where the best in the sport make their mark. Here are the top prospects among the teams who are still alive and kicking.


Mike Zunino, Catcher, Florida

The Florida Gators' 21-year-old catcher was the No. 3 selection in this year's MLB draft. He will be heading to the Seattle Mariners minor league affiliates once his tourney run draws to a close.

At 6'2, 215 pounds, Zunino can bat with the best of them and has hit for a .316 average.

"A true power bat, Zunino likely won't be down on the farm for long, but doesn't have the athleticism to stick anywhere other than catcher or first base," reports Rotoworld.

Zunino and the rest of the Florida baseball team will face Kent State on Monday afternoon.


Brian Johnson, Pitcher, Florida

Florida's Brian Johnson summed up the...

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