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2007 COLLEGE BASEBALL PREVIEW: THE ALL-AMERICANS
February 9, 2007

SCS.com The college baseball season has just barely gotten underway, so there's still time to take a look at who the game's top players are expected to be the spring. After previewing all of the top conferences from all across the country over the past few weeks, the SCS.com staff has come together to compile a list of the nation's top players, a list that has been formed into the site's First and Second Team All-America squads.

Among those recognized is Preseason Player of the Year Wes Roemer, the Cal State-Fullerton starting pitcher who is expected to be dominant on the west coast in 2007. Of the fifteen players nationwide who earned First Team honors, five of them were from the SEC, while the ACC boasted four selections. Conference USA was the only other league with two selections, both from Rice. The Owls were one of only three teams, joining Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, to place more than one player on the First Team.

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA
C Matt Wieters Georgia Tech
1B Chad Flack North Carolina
2B Tyler Mach Oklahoma State
3B Pedro Alvarez Vanderbilt
SS Zach Cozart Mississippi
OF Tyler Henley Rice
OF Danny Payne Georgia Tech
OF Kellen Kulbacki James Madison
SP Wes Roemer Cal State-Fullerton
SP David Price Vanderbilt
SP Nick Schmidt Arkansas
RP Cole St. Clair Rice
RP Joshua Fields Georgia
UTIL Sean Doolittle Virginia
DH Damon Sublett Wichita State

PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Wes Roemer, Starting Pitcher, Cal State-Fullerton

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA
C J.P. Arencibia Tennessee
1B Andy D'Alessio Clemson
2B Jemile Weeks Miami
3B Ian Hollick New Mexico
SS Josh Horton North Carolina
OF Brandon Manchaca Delaware
OF Warren McFadden Tulane
OF Julio Borbon Tennessee
SP Nick Chigges College of Charleston
SP Jake Arrieta TCU
SP Alex Wilson Winthrop
RP Daniel Moskos Clemson
RP Ben Horton Wake Forest
UTIL Joe Savery Rice
DH Jared Prince Washington State

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA
Marcus Davis (OF, Alcorn State), Jake Dugger (OF, Arkansas), Blair Erickson (RP, UC-Irvine), Brian Friday (SS, Rice), Danny Hamblin (1B, Arkansas), Tommy Hunter (SP, Alabama), Matt Mangini (3B, Oklahoma State), Hunter Moody (SP, UL-Lafayette), Aaron Shafer (SP, Wichita State), Justin Smoak (1B, South Carolina)

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