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2016 MLB Draft Follow Lists – Southland Conference

(I’m still not sure what format I like best, but we’ll start with a quick ranking of 2016 MLB Draft prospects and then transition into team-by-team follow lists. I tried to cover the bulk of the analysis with yesterday’s post, but still feel weird about doing a ranking/list post without the accompanying commentary. We’ll figure this out yet…)

The Southland Conference had 19 players selected in last year’s draft. That’s good for thirteen straight years of double-digit draftees. I’ll guarantee a fourteenth right now. Seeing as that’s not particularly bold, I’ll go a step further (farther?) and predict that the 2016 total of Southland MLB Draft selections will push past last year’s rjght up into the twenties. Much like last year’s group, I think this year will wind up as a pitching-heavy draft haul. My confidence in the hitting ranking extends only past the first few names — we’ll say Menard is the cut-off point — yet at the same time I wouldn’t be shocked to see a dozen or more pitchers off the board with little hesitation from pro scouting departments.

I won’t pretend to know the ebbs and flows of the Southland Conference any better than a guy who tries to cover an entire country’s worth of prospects by himself can, but I feel comfortable in saying that 2016 looks like a good year for the league. I’m excited for it, if nothing else. I’m particularly intrigued to see if either of my current top prospects — Jameson Fisher or Jake Smith — can beat last year’s top draft finisher (Grant Borne) as a seventh round selection. Others could rise up obviously, but I think if Fisher’s arm proves healthy and effective enough to withstand the rigors of catching by mid-season and Smith’s arm is electric as the early reports indicate then there’s a real shot.

Hitters

  1. Southeastern Louisiana rJR C/1B Jameson Fisher
  2. Lamar SR SS Stijn van derMeer
  3. Southeastern Louisiana SR 2B/3B Daniel Midyett
  4. Northwestern State SR 1B/OF Cort Brinson
  5. Southeastern Louisiana JR OF Jacob Seward
  6. Southeastern Louisiana JR SS/2B Kennon Menard
  7. Central Arkansas SR SS Logan Preston
  8. Southeastern Louisiana JR 2B Carson Crites
  9. Southeastern Louisiana rSR C Sam Roberson
  10. Northwestern State rJR C Daniel Garner
  11. Nicholls State JR OF Justin Holt
  12. Central Arkansas SR OF Tyler Langley
  13. McNeese State rJR OF Matt Gallier
  14. Stephen F. Austin State rJR OF/1B Conner Fikes
  15. Southeastern Louisiana JR OF Webb Bobo
  16. Sam Houston State JR 1B/3B Matthew Broadbent
  17. Nicholls State SR 3B Kyle Reese
  18. Stephen F. Austin State SR 1B Kyle Thornell
  19. Lamar rJR OF Cutter McDowell
  20. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rJR OF Zacarias Hardy
  21. Incarnate Word SR 3B Brance Kahle
  22. Southeastern Louisiana SR OF Julian Service
  23. New Orleans JR OF Hezekiah Randolph
  24. Southeastern Louisiana SR C Chris Eades
  25. Northwestern State rJR OF Nick Heath
  26. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR 3B Cody Clarke

Pitchers

  1. Nicholls State JR RHP Jake Smith
  2. Nicholls State JR RHP/1B Cole Stapler
  3. Southeastern Louisiana SO RHP Mac Sceroler
  4. Abilene Christian rSO RHP Bryce Welborn
  5. Sam Houston State rSO RHP Dakota Mills
  6. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR LHP Chris Falwell
  7. Northwestern State JR RHP Adam Oller
  8. McNeese State rSR RHP Kaleb Fontenot
  9. Lamar SR RHP Will Hibbs
  10. Abilene Christian SR RHP Nate Cole
  11. Sam Houston State JR RHP Sam Odom
  12. Houston Baptist SR RHP Dylan Zarosky
  13. Southeastern Louisiana SR LHP Kyle Cedotal
  14. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rJR RHP Nolan Holland
  15. McNeese State SR RHP Ethan Stremmel
  16. McNeese State JR RHP Collin Kober
  17. Southeastern Louisiana SR RHP Domenick Carlini
  18. McNeese State SR RHP Bryce Kingsley
  19. New Orleans JR RHP Riley Hodge
  20. Sam Houston State JR RHP Cody Brown
  21. McNeese State JR LHP Austin Sanders
  22. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP/1B Derrick Mount
  23. Nicholls State SR RHP Justin Sinibaldi
  24. McNeese State SR RHP Tyler Day
  25. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR RHP Devin Skapura
  26. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Cliff Hurst
  27. Southeastern Louisiana SR RHP Pat Cashman
  28. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Kaleb Keith
  29. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Dalton D’Spain
  30. Northwestern State SR LHP Chase Hymel
  31. Abilene Christian SR RHP Kyle Carroll
  32. Sam Houston State SR RHP Jordan Church

Abilene Christian

SR RHP Nick Palacios (2016)
SR RHP Nate Cole (2016)
SR RHP Garrett deMeyere (2016)
rSO RHP Bryce Welborn (2016)
JR LHP Austin Lambright (2016)
SR RHP Kyle Carroll (2016)
JR 2B/RHP Aaron Draper (2016)
SR C Alex Copeland (2016)
JR 1B/OF Russell Crippen (2016)
FR OF/LHP Derek Scott (2018)
FR SS Mark Pearson (2018)
FR OF Hunter Markwardt (2018)
FR OF Willie Harris (2018)

High Priority Follows: Nate Cole, Bryce Welborn, Kyle Carroll

Central Arkansas

SR RHP Connor Gilmore (2016)
SR RHP Derek Beier (2016)
JR RHP Riley Echols (2016)
JR RHP Jacob Murray (2016)
SR C Brandon Montalvo (2016)
SR 2B Chris Townsend (2016)
SR OF Tyler Langley (2016)
SR SS Logan Preston (2016)
SR C/1B Travis Hull (2016)
SR 1B/3B Matt Anderson (2016)
JR 2B Butch Rea (2016)
SO RHP Tyler Gray (2017)
SO 2B/SS Ty Tice (2017)
FR RHP Cody Davenport (2018)
FR 1B/OF Hunter Strong (2018)

High Priority Follows: Tyler Langley, Logan Preston, Travis Hull

Houston Baptist

SR RHP Dylan Zarosky (2016)
SR LHP Matthew McCollough (2016)
SR RHP Matt Harding (2016)
SR 2B Greg Espinosa (2016)
SR SS Louie Payetta (2016)
SR 1B Andrew Alvarez (2016)
SR OF Brandon Morones (2016)

High Priority Follows: Dylan Zarosky, Greg Espinosa, Louie Payetta

Incarnate Word

JR RHP Trevor Hardee (2016)
SR 3B Brance Kahle (2016)
SR OF Matt Morris (2016)
JR OF Mark Whitehead (2016)
SR C Christian Divelbiss (2016)
SR 2B Trey Rodriguez (2016)
SO RHP John Shull (2017)
SO RHP Tyler Miller (2017)
FR RHP Bernie Martinez (2018)
FR RHP Jake Bedevian (2018)
FR LHP Denson Hull (2018)
FR SS Ryan Gonzalez (2018)

High Priority Follows: Brance Kahle

Lamar

SR RHP Will Hibbs (2016)
SR LHP Joe Farley (2016)
SR RHP Jayson McKinley (2016)
rSR RHP Billy Love (2016)
JR RHP Brent Janak (2016)
SR LHP Travis Moore (2016)
SR RHP Ryan Cawthon (2016)
SR RHP Enrique Oquendo (2016)
SR SS Stijn van derMeer (2016)
rJR OF Cutter McDowell (2016)
SR 1B Jake Nash (2016)
JR 1B Trey Silvers (2016)
JR OF Reid Russell (2016)
SR OF Jacoby Middleton (2016)

High Priority Follows: Will Hibbs, Stijn van derMeer, Cutter McDowell

McNeese State

rSR RHP Kaleb Fontenot (2016)
SR RHP Bryce Kingsley (2016)
SR RHP Ethan Stremmel (2016)
JR LHP Austin Sanders (2016)
SR RHP Tyler Day (2016)
JR RHP Collin Kober (2016)
JR RHP Trent Fontenot (2016)
SR 1B/OF Connor Crane (2016)
SR OF Lewis Guilbeau (2016)
rJR OF Matt Gallier (2016)
SR C Cameron Toole (2016)
JR SS Will Fox (2016)
JR 1B/LHP Ricky Ramirez (2016)
SO 2B Joe Provenzano (2017)
FR OF Shane Selman (2018)

High Priority Follows: Kaleb Fontenot, Bryce Kingsley, Ethan Stremmel, Austin Sanders, Tyler Day, Collin Kober, Matt Gallier

New Orleans

SR RHP Daniel Martinez (2016)
JR LHP Hunter Medine (2016)
rSR LHP Jordan Priddle (2016)
JR RHP Riley Hodge (2016)
JR C Kyle Bracey (2016)
SR OF Chaz Boyer (2016)
JR 2B/SS Samuel Capielano (2016)
JR OF Hezekiah Randolph (2016)
SR OF Ryan Calloway (2016)
JR 2B/SS Aaron Palmer (2016)
SO RHP Shawn Semple (2017)

High Priority Follows: Daniel Martinez, Riley Hodge, Hezekiah Randolph

Nicholls State

SR RHP Justin Sinibaldi (2016)
SR LHP Zach Thiac (2016)
SR RHP Robbie Petty (2016)
JR RHP Jake Smith (2016)
JR RHP/1B Cole Stapler (2016)
SR OF Alex Shermer (2016)
SR 3B Kyle Reese (2016)
JR OF Justin Holt (2016)
JR C Alex Tucker (2016)
SO SS Joey Morales (2017)
SO OF Gavin Wehby (2017)
FR 2B Ethan Valdez (2018)

High Priority Follows: Justin Sinibaldi, Jake Smith, Cole Stapler, Kyle Reese, Justin Holt

Northwestern State

SR LHP Chase Hymel (2016)
JR RHP Adam Oller (2016)
JR RHP Evan Tidwell (2016)
JR RHP Tim Winders (2016)
rSO RHP Brandon Stane (2016)
rJR OF Nick Heath (2016)
JR OF Matt Valdez (2016)
SR 1B/OF Cort Brinson (2016)
rJR C Daniel Garner (2016)
rJR 1B Regan Kaufman (2016)
rSR OF Bret Underwood (2016)
rFR INF Brandon Frazier (2017)
SO OF Kwan Adkins (2017)
SO SS Miller Parker (2017)
SO OF Cade Jones (2017)
SO SS David Fry (2017)
FR RHP Austin Reich (2018)
FR RHP Nathan Jones (2018)
FR 3B/RHP Austin Townsend (2018)
FR INF Lenni Kunert (2018)

High Priority Follows: Chase Hymel, Adam Oller, Nick Heath, Cort Brinson, Daniel Garner

Sam Houston State

rSO RHP Dakota Mills (2016)
JR RHP Cody Brown (2016)
SR RHP Greg Belton (2016)
SR RHP Jordan Church (2016)
SR LHP Hayden Nixton (2016)
JR RHP Sam Odom (2016)
JR 1B/3B Matthew Broadbent (2016)
SR 1B Spence Rahm (2016)
SR 2B Zach Smith (2016)
SR SS Miles Manning (2016)
SO OF Bryce Johnson (2017)
FR SS Andrew Fregia (2018)
FR 2B/RHP Riley McKnight (2018)
FR OF Hunter Hearn (2018)
FR OF Jaxxon Grisham (2018)
FR RHP Riley Gossett (2018)

High Priority Follows: Dakota Mills, Cody Brown, Greg Belton, Jordan Church, Sam Odom, Matthew Broadbent, Spence Rahm, Zach Smith

Southeastern Louisiana

SR LHP Kyle Cedotal (2016)
SR RHP Domenick Carlini (2016)
SR RHP Pat Cashman (2016)
JR RHP Cliff Hurst (2016)
JR RHP Gage Pickett (2016)
rSO RHP Dreagen Bethel (2016)
SO RHP Mac Sceroler (2016)
JR RHP/1B Derrick Mount (2016)
rJR C/1B Jameson Fisher (2016)
rSR C Sam Roberson (2016)
SR C Chris Eades (2016)
SR OF Julian Service (2016)
SR 2B/3B Daniel Midyett (2016)
JR SS/2B Kennon Menard (2016)
JR OF Webb Bobo (2016)
JR OF Jacob Seward (2016)
JR OF Ryan Byers (2016)
JR 2B Carson Crites (2016)
SO RHP Kade Granier (2017)
SO LHP/OF Drew Avans (2017)
SO C Nico Cuccia (2017)
FR LHP Payton Robinson (2018)

High Priority Follows: Kyle Cedotal, Domenick Carlini, Pat Cashman, Cliff Hurst, Mac Sceroler, Derrick Mount, Jameson Fisher, Sam Roberson, Chris Eades, Julian Service, Daniel Midyett, Kennon Menard, Webb Bobo, Jacob Seward, Carson Crites

Stephen F. Austin State

JR LHP Patrick Ledet (2016)
JR RHP Jarred Greene (2016)
SR OF Matthew Dickey (2016)
SR 1B Kyle Thornell (2016)
rJR OF/1B Conner Fikes (2016)
rSR OF Garrett McMullen (2016)
JR 2B Nick Ramos (2016)
SO 3B Eric DeJesus (2017)

High Priority Follows: Kyle Thornell, Conner Fikes

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

JR LHP Chris Falwell (2016)
SR RHP Kaleb Keith (2016)
SR RHP Dalton D’Spain (2016)
rJR RHP Nolan Holland (2016)
JR RHP Devin Skapura (2016)
rJR OF Zacarias Hardy (2016)
SR 3B Cody Clarke (2016)
SR 1B/OF Austin Krajnak (2016)
rSR OF Zack Gibson (2016)
JR OF Brian Deaver (2016)
SR SS Casey Thomas (2016)
rSR 1B Justin Perales (2016)
FR RHP Dustin Lacaze (2018)

High Priority Follows: Chris Falwell, Kaleb Keith, Nolan Holland, Devin Skapura, Zacarias Hardy, Cody Clarke, Austin Krajnak

Southland 2015 MLB Draft All-Prospect Team

Southeastern Louisiana JR C Jameson Fisher
Incarnate Word SR 1B Ethan McGill
Lamar SR 2B Reed Seeley
Central Arkansas SR SS Nate Ferrell
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR 3B Cody Clarke
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rSR OF Tyler Ware
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR OF Kyle Danford
McNeese State SR OF Andrew Guillotte

New Orleans JR RHP Kevin Kelleher
McNeese State rJR RHP Kaleb Jon Fontenot
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Jacob Dorris
Nicholls State JR LHP Grant Borne
Incarnate Word JR RHP Geno Encina

It doesn’t often reflect well on a conference when their best professional position player prospect is in the middle of a season lost entirely to labrum surgery. The Southland Conference is currently dealing with this stigma, but thankfully a handful of bats are doing what they can to make up for the loss of the nominal top prospect. In fairness, Southeastern Louisiana JR C Jameson Fisher is a really, really good prospect. The injury is an undeniable bummer not only because it’s a year of lost development in a critical time for a player’s long-term future but also because it brings further into question his long-term defensive home (even more than his raw glove originally did). If Fisher can’t catch, I don’t know what to think about him as a pro prospect. Like many college backstops, so much is dependent on how long and how well they can hold up defensively behind the dish. I believe in Fisher’s bat as being potentially league average or better both in terms of contact rates and power upside, but the doubt about his defense is an issue not to be taken lightly. I know nothing about Fisher’s mindset heading into June, but if I had to guess I’d assume that it’s very unlikely that a team will draft him high enough (and offer enough cold hard cash) to get him to leave college after a year away from the field. If that’s the case, we’re in for another year’s worth of “can he or can’t he” defensive debate. Can’t wait.

Southeastern Louisiana’s depth behind the plate is really impressive. Fisher is out in 2015, as is SR C Sam Roberson, a solid prospect in his own right. They keep chugging along with JR C Chris Eades there to fill the void. At 6-3, 240 pounds, filling voids is something he is well built to do. Unsurprisingly, the big backstop has a strong arm and intriguing power upside. I’d like to think that naming a Southland team’s third catcher as an honest to goodness pro prospect means I’m dedicated to finding the deepest possible sleepers imaginable, but it’s probably more of a sign that I’ve lost my mind and I need a long vacation away from amateur baseball. At least I didn’t compare next year’s potential logjam behind the plate here to Ohio State’s pending quarterback controversy.

I enjoy the notes I have on Incarnate Word SR 1B Ethan McGill. I’ll publish them here in their entirety: “he’s strong.” He’s listed at 6-4, 250 pounds and, the notes don’t lie, he’s quite strong. He’s also got enough power to be a viable late round prospect, though the non-power areas of his game hold him back. I think either he or Lamar SR 2B/3B Reed Seeley give the conference the best shot at seeing somebody drafted out of the infield (1B, 2B, 3B, SS) this year.

I really like the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi outfield duo of rSR OF/LHP Tyler Ware and SR OF Kyle Danford. Ware’s game is a little more balanced with plenty of athleticism, enough range for center field, and a power/speed/patience mix that makes him a dangerous offensive player. He’s also the owner of a very strong arm, which shouldn’t be a stunner since he can hit 92 off the mound but gets counted as a pleasant surprise as he’s recovered nicely from arm troubles. Danford is a long, lean senior sign with similar power/speed upside to Ware.

McNeese State SR OF Andrew Guillotte is a really fun player. If you long for the days of high contact, little power, and infrequent swings and misses, then Guillotte is your kind of guy. He’d be overshadowed by toolsier players with more upside in most conferences, but in the Southland his brand of hit tool, defense, and speed make him one of the more appealing draft prospects around. Southeastern JR OF Julian Service has a lot more fans among people who cover that part of the country than I ever would have imagined. He’s held his own so far this season, but a lot of smart people have told me he’s the best outfield in the prospect so you might want to listen to them (or not, seeing as I’m not yet doing so).

There are a lot of really intriguing pitchers in the Southland ready to go higher than expected in 2015. The difference between the draft-eligible position players and pitchers is striking. Significantly more depth can be found on the mound here than in the batter’s box. Turns out that for whatever reason I just wrote three consecutive opening sentences here without fully realizing it. I think I’ve done too many of these. I’m pressing on without deleting because picking one of those corny intros out of the rest is too much work. Let’s just get on with the players.

With a dominant FB/SL combination New Orleans JR RHP Kevin Kelleher has big league closer upside. That’s a bolder prediction that I intended to make, but the stuff seems in line with what we’ve come to expect out of late-inning relievers. Players who can get it up to 98 with a hard mid- to upper-80s slider to match aren’t easy to find. McNeese State rJR RHP Kaleb Jon Fontenot can throw three average or better pitches for strikes (88-92 FB, CB, CU), so there’s a chance he can fit in as a fifth starter/middle relief type down the road. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Jacob Dorris is just one of those players I can’t help but gravitate towards; his delivery is funky, his mid-80s fastball doesn’t stop moving until the catcher is ready to throw it back to him, and his slider is one of the very best in college baseball. Nicholls State JR LHP Grant Borne is a little bit like a bigger, lefthanded version of Fontenot; if that description alone makes you want to flip the two on the rankings, I wouldn’t argue. You can find plenty of talent further down the list if you’re willing to look. There are players way down the rankings that flirt with the mid-90s. Hard throwers like New Orleans rSR RHP Darron McKigney, Southeastern Louisiana SR RHP Kyle Keller, Sam Houston State JR RHP Ryan Brinley, and Nicholls State rJR RHP Marc Frazier could all make reasonable leaps up boards with big springs.

2015 MLB Draft Talent – Hitting 

  1. Southeastern Louisiana JR C Jameson Fisher
  2. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rSR OF/LHP Tyler Ware
  3. Northwestern State JR C/OF Cort Brinson
  4. Southeastern Louisiana JR C Chris Eades
  5. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR OF Kyle Danford
  6. Lamar SR 2B/3B Reed Seeley
  7. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR 3B Cody Clarke
  8. Incarnate Word JR 3B Brance Kahle
  9. McNeese State SR OF Andrew Guillotte
  10. Southeastern Louisiana JR OF Julian Service
  11. Incarnate Word SR 1B Ethan McGill
  12. Incarnate Word SR OF Jesse Hoover
  13. Southeastern Louisiana SR C Sam Roberson
  14. McNeese State SR OF/RHP Lucas Quary
  15. Northwestern State rSO OF Nick Heath
  16. Central Arkansas SR SS/1B Nate Ferrell
  17. Stephen F. Austin State JR 1B Kyle Thornell
  18. Northwestern State SR OF Bret Underwood
  19. Sam Houston State SR OF Colt Atwood
  20. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR 1B Frankie Salas
  21. Houston Baptist SR 3B/RHP Josh Martinez
  22. Sam Houston State SR OF Hayden Simerly
  23. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR OF Jordan Lee

2015 MLB Draft Talent – Pitching

  1. New Orleans JR RHP Kevin Kelleher
  2. McNeese State rJR RHP Kaleb Jon Fontenot
  3. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Jacob Dorris
  4. Nicholls State JR LHP Grant Borne
  5. Incarnate Word JR RHP Geno Encina
  6. Nicholls State SR LHP Stuart Holmes
  7. Sam Houston State SR LHP Andrew Godail
  8. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Tate Scioneaux
  9. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Mason Klotz
  10. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR LHP Trevor Belicek
  11. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR RHP Kaleb Keith
  12. Nicholls State JR RHP Justin Sinibaldi
  13. McNeese State rSR RHP Cory LaPeze
  14. New Orleans rSR RHP Darron McKigney
  15. Sam Houston State JR LHP Logan Boyd
  16. Southeastern Louisiana SR RHP Kyle Keller
  17. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Jake Johnson
  18. Sam Houston State JR RHP Ryan Brinley
  19. Nicholls State rJR RHP Marc Frazier
  20. McNeese State JR RHP Bryce Kingsley
  21. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi SR RHP Matt Danton
  22. McNeese State JR RHP Ethan Stremmel
  23. New Orleans rSR RHP/3B Sam Carriere
  24. Sam Houston State JR RHP Juan Cortina
  25. Northwestern State SR RHP Brandon Smith
  26. Abilene Christian SR RHP Kevin Sheets
  27. Abilene Christian SR RHP Ladgie Zotyka
  28. Stephen F. Austin State SR LHP Dillon Mangham

2015 MLB Draft Prospects – Southland Follow List

Abilene Christian

JR RHP Garrett deMeyere (2015)
JR RHP Nate Cole (2015)
SR RHP Kevin Sheets (2015)
SR RHP Ladgie Zotyka (2015)
JR RHP Nick Palacios (2015)
SR OF Tyler Eager (2015)
SR OF Colton Hall (2015)
JR C Alex Copeland (2015)
SO 1B/RHP Russell Crippen (2016)
SO LHP Austin Lambright (2016)
SO INF/RHP Aaron Draper (2016)
SO RHP Bryce Welborn (2016)
FR 3B Brayden Gomez (2017)

Central Arkansas

SR SS/1B Nate Ferrell (2015)
JR C Brandon Montalvo (2015)
JR 2B Chris Townsend (2015)
SR OF Wesley Hoover (2015)
JR OF Tyler Langley (2015)
SR OF Nick Rougeau (2015)
JR OF Braxton Phillips (2015)
JR SS Logan Preston (2015)
JR RHP Connor Gilmore (2015)
SR RHP Chris Caudle (2015)
SR RHP Connor McClain (2015)
SR RHP Josh Markel (2015)
JR RHP Bo Stitch (2015)
SO RHP Riley Echols (2016)
FR RHP Dillon Drabble (2017)
FR 1B Casey Herndon (2017)

Houston Baptist

SR 3B/RHP Curtis Jones (2015)
SR 3B/RHP Josh Martinez (2015)
SR C Samm Wiggins (2015)
SR RHP Tyler Hoelscher (2015)
JR LHP Matthew McCollough (2015)
JR RHP Dylan Zarosky (2015)
SR LHP Brandon Hammerly (2015)

Incarnate Word

SR OF Jesse Hoover (2015)
SR 1B Ethan McGill (2015)
SR 2B Dustin Cole (2015)
JR 3B Brance Kahle (2015)
JR RHP Geno Encina (2015)
JR LHP Garret Cooper (2015)
JR RHP Brandon Anderson (2015)
SR LHP Matthew Decker (2015)
SO OF Mark Whitehead (2016)

Lamar

rJR RHP Collin Chapman (2015)
rSR LHP Chase Angelle (2015)
JR RHP Will Hibbs (2015)
JR RHP Jayson McKinley (2015)
rJR RHP Billy Love (2015)
SR RHP Danny Fernandez (2015)
SR RHP Derek Wade (2015)
SR 1B/C Brandon Provost (2015)
SR OF Kevin Santana (2015)
SR OF Jacoby Middleton (2015)
SR 2B/3B Reed Seeley (2015)
JR SS Stijn van derMeer (2015)
SR C Justin Eckols (2015)
SR 2B Mason Salazar (2015)
SO RHP Brent Janak (2016)
FR OF CJ Moore (2017)

McNeese State

rSR 2B/SS Connor Lloyd (2015)
SR OF Andrew Guillotte (2015)
JR 1B Connor Crane (2015)
JR 3B Kris Molter (2015)
JR C Cameron Toole (2015)
SR OF/RHP Lucas Quary (2015)
rJR RHP Kaleb Jon Fontenot (2015)
JR RHP Bryce Kingsley (2015)
JR RHP Ethan Stremmel (2015)
rSR RHP Cole Prejean (2015)
rSR RHP Steven O’Bryant (2015)
rSR RHP Cory LaPeze (2015)
FR 2B Joe Provenzano (2017)

New Orleans

SR 1B/3B Jonathan Coco (2015)
JR OF Chaz Boyer (2015)
rSR RHP/3B Sam Carriere (2015)
JR RHP Kevin Kelleher (2015)
rSR RHP Darron McKigney (2015)
SR RHP Nick Halliday (2015)
SR RHP Seth Laigast (2015)
SO OF Dane Landry (2016)
SO 2B/SS Samuel Capielano (2016)
SO OF Hezekiah Randolph (2016)
SO OF Mitchell Alexander (2016)
SO LHP Hunter Medine (2016)
FR RHP Shawn Semple (2017)

Nicholls State

rJR RHP Marc Frazier (2015)
SR LHP Mike Hanchar (2015)
SR RHP Jason McDonald (2015)
JR RHP Justin Sinibaldi (2015)
JR LHP Grant Borne (2015)
SR RHP Ryan Deemes (2015)
SR LHP Stuart Holmes (2015)
JR LHP Zach Thiac (2015)
JR 1B Seth Stevens (2015)
SR C Christian Correa (2015)
rSR OF David Zorn (2015)
SR OF/C Justin Smith (2015)
JR OF Alex Shermer (2015)
JR 3B Kyle Reese (2015)
SO RHP/1B Cole Stapler (2016)
SO OF Justin Holt (2016)
FR SS Joey Morales (2017)
FR OF Gavin Wehby (2017)

Northwestern State

SR OF Bret Underwood (2015)
SR C CJ Webster (2015)
SR SS Joel Atkinson (2015)
rSO OF Nick Heath (2015)
SR 3B Chase Daughdrill (2015)
JR C/OF Cort Brinson (2015)
SR 1B/3B Caleb Dugas (2015)
JR 1B Regan Kaufman (2015)
SR RHP Brandon Smith (2015)
JR LHP Chase Hymel (2015)
SO RHP Adam Oller (2016)
FR OF Kwan Adkins (2017)

Sam Houston State

SR OF Colt Atwood (2015)
SR OF Hayden Simerly (2015)
SR 2B/3B Ryan Farney (2015)
SR C Shea Pierce (2015)
SR 1B Jake MacWilliam (2015)
SR LHP Andrew Godail (2015)
JR LHP Logan Boyd (2015)
JR RHP Juan Cortina (2015)
JR RHP Ryan Brinley (2015)
SO RHP Seth Holbert (2016)
SO RHP Sam Odom (2016)
FR OF Bryce Johnson (2017)

Southeastern Louisiana

JR C Jameson Fisher (2015)
SR C Sam Roberson (2015)
SR 3B/2B Brett Hoffman (2015)
SR 1B/2B Kevin Carr (2015)
JR 2B/3B Daniel Midyett (2015)
JR OF Julian Service (2015)
JR C Chris Eades (2015)
SR 2B/SS Jacob Williams (2015)
SR RHP Kyle Keller (2015)
JR RHP Mason Klotz (2015)
JR RHP Tate Scioneaux (2015)
JR RHP Domenick Carlini IV (2015)
JR RHP Pat Cashman (2015)
JR LHP Kyle Cedotal (2015)
JR RHP Jake Johnson (2015)
SO RHP Gage Pickett (2016)
SO OF Kennon Menard (2016)
SO OF Webb Bobo (2016)
SO OF Jacob Seward (2016)
SO SS/2B Kennon Menard (2016)
FR RHP Mac Sceroler (2017)

Stephen F. Austin State

SR RHP Cameron Gann (2015)
SR LHP Dillon Mangham (2015)
SR RHP Tyler Wiedenfeld (2015)
JR LHP Chris Hassold (2015)
JR OF Matthew Dickey (2015)
SR 1B Dan O’Neill (2015)
JR 1B Kyle Thornell (2015)
SO LHP Patrick Ledet (2016)
SO RHP Jarred Greene (2016)

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

rSR OF/LHP Tyler Ware (2015)
SR OF Zach Gibson (2015)
SR 1B Frankie Salas (2015)
SR OF Kyle Danford (2015)
rSO OF Zacarias Hardy (2015)
SR OF Jordan Lee (2015)
JR 3B Cody Clarke (2015)
SR LHP Trevor Belicek (2015)
SR RHP Jacob Dorris (2015)
SR RHP Matt Danton (2015)
JR RHP Kaleb Keith (2015)
SR RHP Kevin Landgrebe (2015)
JR RHP Dalton D’Spain (2015)
SR RHP Tyler Schnuriger (2015)
SR RHP AJ Flores (2015)
SO RHP Devin Skapura (2016)