(PRWEB) June 16, 2012
There are approximately 298 NCAA Division I colleges with baseball programs that compete each year to take home the World Series title. AthleticScholarships.com, a premiere college sports recruitment and scholarships statistics website, has analyzed the final 8 2012 College World Series teams in the quarter finals. The analysis has helped them create reports on the top players.
The second report focuses on the high school stats of leading catchers: Mike Zunino (University of Florida), Stephen McGee (Florida State University), Riley Moore (University of Arizona) and David Lyon (Kent State).
The report’s analysis compares the stats of these college athletes with the stats that have been labeled as ideal for Division I baseball catchers.
Division I Baseball Recruiting Stats for High Level Catchers
The data used to create these recruitment stats was provided by college baseball coaches and recruiters, college baseball rosters and hundreds of recruited high school athletes across the nation. The following stats are approximate. High school athletes that meet one or two of the stats above are still likely to garner interest among recruiters and possibly a baseball scholarship.
Senior High School Stats of the Top 2012 College World Series Catchers
AthleticScholarships.com is a leading provider of college athletic scholarship statistics and recruitment information. The organization helps student athletes identify opportunities and make connections with recruiters across the country by gathering stats on a wide variety of men's and women's sports and delivering the information in an easily searchable format that allows users to search by sport, state, division and school.