USA Today All-USA high school baseball team

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Each year, USA Today, an American newspaper, awards outstanding high-school baseball players with a place on its All-USA High School Baseball Team. The newspaper names athletes whom they believe to be the best baseball players from high schools across the United States. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1998.

In 1989, USA Today began naming an annual USA Today High School Baseball Player of the Year and an annual USA Today High School Baseball Coach of the Year.[1]

In 1998, the paper also began naming an annual USA Today All-USA High School Baseball Team of nine to 11 players, with one member of the team designated the USA Today High School Baseball Player of the Year.[2]

USA Today High School Players and Coaches of the Year (1989-1997)[edit]

See footnote[1]
See also: American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) High School Player of the Year, Baseball America High School Player of the Year Award, and Gatorade High School Baseball Player of the Year
See also: American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) High School National and Regional Coaches of the Year
Year Player Position High School Hometown MLB Draft
1989 Tyler Houston Catcher Valley High School Las Vegas, NV 1st Round - 2nd pick of 1989 Draft (Braves)
1990 Todd Van Poppel Pitcher Martin High School Arlington, TX 1st Round - 14th pick of 1990 Draft (A's)
1991 Brien Taylor Pitcher East Carteret High School Beaufort, NC 1st Round - 1st pick of 1991 Draft (Yankees)
1992 Derek Jeter Infielder Central High School Kalamazoo, MI 1st Round - 6th pick of 1992 Draft (Yankees)
1993 Alex Rodriguez Infielder Westminster Christian School Miami, FL 1st Round - 1st pick of 1993 Draft (Mariners)
1994 Doug Million Pitcher Sarasota High School Sarasota, FL 1st Round - 7th pick of 1994 Draft (Rockies)
1995 Ben Davis Catcher Malvern Prep Malvern, PA 1st Round - 2nd pick of 1995 Draft (Padres)
1996 Matt White Pitcher Waynesboro High School Waynesboro, PA 1st Round - 7th pick of 1996 Draft (Giants)
1997 Rick Ankiel Pitcher Port St. Lucie High School Port St. Lucie, FL 2nd Round - 72nd pick of 1997 Draft (Cardinals)
Year Coach High School
1989 Clyde Metcalf Sarasota High School, Sarasota, FL
1990 Mike Smith Lake Brantley High School, Altamonte Springs, FL
1991 Gary Yeatts Fairfield High School, Fairfield, OH
1992 Rich Hofman Westminster Christian School, Miami, FL
1993 Mike Noakes Bullard High School, Fresno, CA
1994 Clyde Metcalf Sarasota High School, Sarasota, FL
1995 Phil Clark Germantown High School, Germantown, TN
1996 Rich Hofman Westminster Christian School, Miami, FL
1997 James Patrick Clovis High School, Clovis, CA

1995 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Phil Clark (Germantown High School, Germantown, TN)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Ben Davis Catcher Malvern Prep Malvern, PA 1st Round - 2nd Pick of 1995 Draft (Padres)
Chad Hutchinson Pitcher Torrey Pines High School San Diego, CA Attended Stanford *
Kerry Wood Pitcher Grand Prairie High School Grand Prairie, TX 1st Round - 4th Pick of 1995 Draft (Cubs)
Michael Barrett Infielder Pace Academy Atlanta, GA 1st Round - 28th Pick of 1995 Draft (Expos)
Chad Hermansen Infielder Green Valley High School Henderson, NV 1st Round - 10th Pick of 1995 Draft (Pirates)
Jay Hood Infielder Germantown High School Germantown, TN Attended Georgia Tech *
Nate Rolison Infielder Petal High School Petal, MS 2nd Round - 36th Pick of 1995 Draft (Marlins)
Shion Newton Outfielder Boys and Girls High School Brooklyn, NY 9th Round - 6th Pick of 1995 Draft (Pirates)
Reggie Taylor Outfielder Newberry High School Newberry, SC 1st Round - 14th Pick of 1995 Draft (Phillies)
Eric Valent Outfielder Canyon High School Anaheim, CA Attended UCLA *
  • Hutchinson did not sign with the Braves, who drafted him with the 26th pick of the 1995 draft in the 1st round. Re-entered the MLB draft after attending Stanford and was selected with the 48th pick of the 1998 draft in the 2nd round by the Cardinals.
  • Hood did not sign with the Twins, who drafted him with the 100th pick of the 1995 draft in the 4th round. Re-entered the MLB draft after attending Georgia Tech and was selected with the 181st pick of the 1998 draft in the 6th round by the Angels.
  • Valent did not sign with the Tigers, who drafted him with the 714th pick of the 1995 draft in the 26th round. Re-entered the MLB draft after attending UCLA and was selected with the 42nd pick of the 1998 draft in the supplemental 1st round by the Phillies.

Player, Coach, and Team of the Year (1998-2003)[edit]

See footnote[2]
Note: The first player (in boldface) in each list is the Player of the Year for that season.

1998 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: James Patrick (Clovis High School, Clovis, California)

Drew Henson || Infielder || Brighton High School || Brighton, MI || 3rd Round - 97th Pick of 1998 Draft (Yankees) *

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Josh Beckett Pitcher Spring High School Spring, TX Beckett was a junior in the 1998 season.
J. M. Gold Pitcher Toms River High School North Toms River, NJ 1st Round - 13th Pick of 1998 Draft (Brewers)
Gerald Laird Catcher La Quinta High School Westminster, CA 2nd Round - 45th Pick of 1998 Draft (A's)
Sean Burroughs Infielder Wilson High School Long Beach, CA 1st Round - 9th Pick of 1998 Draft (Padres)
Felipe López Infielder Lake Brantley High School Altamonte Springs, FL 1st Round - 8th Pick of 1998 Draft (Blue Jays)
Mark Teixeira Infielder Mount Saint Joseph High School Baltimore, MD Attended Georgia Tech *
Chip Ambres Outfielder West Brook Senior High School Beaumont, TX 1st Round - 27th Pick of 1998 Draft (Marlins)
Raphael "Choo" Freeman Outfielder Dallas Christian School Dallas, TX Supplemental 1st Round - 36th Pick of 1998 Draft (Rockies)
Corey Patterson Outfielder Harrison High School Kennesaw, GA 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 1998 Draft (Cubs)

1999 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Rocky Manuel (Bellaire High School, Houston, TX)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Josh Beckett Pitcher Spring High School Spring, TX 1st Round - 2nd Pick of 1999 Draft (Marlins)
Bobby Bradley Pitcher Wellington High School West Palm Beach, FL 1st Round - 8th Pick of 1999 Draft (Pirates)
Ryan Christianson Catcher Arlington High School Riverside, CA 1st Round - 11th Pick of 1999 Draft (Mariners)
Brennan King Infielder Oakland High School Murfreesboro, TN 2nd Round - 69th Pick of 1999 Draft (Dodgers)
Pat Manning Infielder Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, CA 3rd Round - 117th Pick of 1999 Draft (Braves)
Corey Myers Infielder Desert Vista High School Phoenix, AZ 1st Round - 4th Pick of 1999 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Pat Osborn Infielder Bakersfield High School Bakersfield, CA Attended Florida *
B.J. Garbe Outfielder Moses Lake High School Moses Lake, WA 1st Round - 5th Pick of 1999 Draft (Twins)
Josh Hamilton Outfielder Athens Drive High School Raleigh, NC 1st Round - 1st Pick of 1999 Draft (Devil Rays)
Cody Ross Outfielder Carlsbad High School Carlsbad, NM 4th Round - 117th Pick of 1999 Draft (Tigers)

2000 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Sam Blalock (Rancho Bernardo High School, San Diego, CA)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Matt Harrington Pitcher Palmdale High School Palmdale, CA 1st Round - 7th Pick of 2000 Draft (Rockies) *
Scott Heard Catcher Rancho Bernardo High School San Diego, CA 1st Round - 25th Pick of 2000 Draft (Rangers)
Rocco Baldelli Outfielder Bishop Hendricken High School Warwick, RI 1st Round - 6th Pick of 2000 Draft (Devil Rays)
David Espinosa Infielder Gulliver Prep High School Miami, FL 1st Round - 23rd Pick of 2000 Draft (Reds)
Mark Phillips Pitcher Hanover High School Hanover, PA 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2000 Draft (Padres)
Shaun Boyd Outfielder Vista High School Vista, CA 1st Round - 13th Pick of 2000 Draft (Cardinals)
Luis Montanez Infielder Coral Park High School Miami, FL 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 2000 Draft (Cubs)
David Krynzel Outfielder Green Valley High School Henderson, NV 1st Round - 11th Pick of 2000 Draft (Brewers)
Adrian Gonzalez Infielder Eastlake High School Chula Vista, CA 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2000 Draft (Marlins)
  • Harrington did not signed with Rockies and re-enter in the MLB Draft the following year.

2001 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Kenny Kendrena (Bishop Amat High School, La Puente, CA)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Joe Mauer Catcher Cretin-Derham Hall High School Saint Paul, MN 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2001 Draft (Twins)
Michael Wilson Outfielder Booker T. Washington High School Tulsa, OK 2nd Round - 67th Pick of 2001 Draft (Mariners)
Mike Jones Pitcher Thunderbird High School Phoenix, AZ 1st Round - 12th Pick of 2001 Draft (Brewers)
Danny Putnam Outfielder Rancho Bernardo High School San Diego, CA Attended Stanford *
David Wright Infielder Hickory High School Chesapeake, VA Supplemental 1st Round - 38th Pick of 2001 Draft (Mets)
Josh Burrus Infielder Joseph Wheeler High School Marietta, GA 1st Round - 29th Pick of 2001 Draft (Braves)
Roscoe Crosby Outfielder Union High School Union, SC Attended Clemson - Football *
Gavin Floyd Pitcher Mount Saint Joseph College Baltimore, MD 1st Round - 4th Pick of 2001 Draft (Phillies)
J. J. Hardy Infielder Sabino High School Tucson, AZ 2nd Round - 56th Pick of 2001 Draft (Brewers)
Casey Kotchman Infielder Seminole High School Seminole, FL 1st Round - 13th Pick of 2001 Draft (Angels)
  • Crosby was drafted as the 53rd Pick of the 2001 MLB Draft of 2nd Round by Royals and attended Clemson University on a football scholarship. Played briefly in Royal's minor league system before deciding in returning to Clemson to pursue football full-time.

2002 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Rick Carpenter (Elkins High School, Missouri City, TX)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
B.J. Upton Infielder Greenbrier Christian Academy Chesapeake, VA 1st Round - 2nd Pick of the 2002 Draft (Devil Rays)
Micah Schilling Infielder Silliman Institute Clinton, LA Supplemental 1st Round - 41st Pick of the 2002 Draft (Indians)
Sergio Santos Infielder Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, CA 1st Round - 27th Pick of the 2002 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Denard Span Outfielder Tampa Catholic High School Tampa, FL 1st Round - 20th Pick of the 2002 Draft (Twins)
Zack Greinke Pitcher Apopka High School Apopka, FL 1st Round - 6th Pick of the 2002 Draft (Royals)
Jeremy Hermida Outfielder Marietta High School Marietta, GA 1st Round - 11th Pick of the 2002 Draft (Marlins)
Scott Kazmir Pitcher Cypress Falls High School Houston, TX 1st Round - 15th Pick of the 2002 Draft (Mets)
Jeff Clement Catcher Marshalltown High School Marshalltown, IA Attended USC *
John Mayberry Jr. Infielder Rockhurst High School Kansas City, MO Attended Stanford *
Jeff Francoeur Outfielder Parkview High School Lilburn, GA 1st Round - 23rd Pick of the 2002 Draft (Braves)

2003 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Tom Meusborn (Chatsworth High School, Chatsworth, CA)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Delmon Young Outfielder Camarillo High School Camarillo, CA 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2003 Draft (Devil Rays)
Chris Lubanski Outfielder Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School Norristown, PA 1st Round - 5th Pick of 2003 Draft (Royals)
Lastings Milledge Outfielder Lakewood Ranch High School Bradenton, FL 1st Round - 12th Pick of 2003 Draft (Mets)
Brandon Wood Infielder Horizon High School Scottsdale, AZ 1st Round - 23rd Pick of 2003 Draft (Angels)
John Danks Pitcher Round Rock High School Round Rock, TX 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2003 Draft (Rangers)
Jonathan Fulton Infielder George Washington High School Danville, VA 3rd Round - 83rd Pick of 2003 Draft (Marlins)
Ian Stewart Infielder La Quinta High School Westminster, CA 1st Round - 10th Pick of 2003 Draft (Rockies)
Jeff Allison Pitcher Veterans Memorial High School Peabody, MA 1st Round - 16th Pick of 2003 Draft (Marlins)
Daric Barton Catcher Marina High School Huntington Beach, CA 1st Round - 28th Pick of 2003 Draft (Cardinals)
Eric Duncan Infielder Seton Hall Preparatory School West Orange, NJ 1st Round - 27th Pick of 2003 Draft (Yankees)

Player, Coach, and Team of the Year (2004-present)[edit]

See footnote[2]
Note: The 2004-2007 teams were selected by USA Today's Christopher Lawlor after consultation with analysts, pro scouts, coaches and writers.
Note: The first player (in boldface) in each list is the Player of the Year for that season.

2004 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Bobby Howard (Columbus High School, Columbus, GA)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Homer Bailey Pitcher La Grange High School La Grange, TX 1st Round - 7th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Reds)
Matt Bush Infielder Mission Bay Senior High School San Diego, CA 1st Round - 1st Pick of the 2004 Draft (Padres)
Justin Upton Infielder Great Bridge High School Chesapeake, VA Upton was only a Junior
Mark Rogers Pitcher Mount Ararat High School Topsham, ME 1st Round - 5th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Brewers)
Neil Walker Catcher Pine-Richland High School Gibsonia, PA 1st Round - 11th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Pirates)
Dexter Fowler Outfielder Milton High School Alpharetta, GA 14th Round - 410th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Rockies)
Greg Golson Outfielder Connally High School Austin, TX 1st Round - 21st Pick of the 2004 Draft (Phillies)
Michael Taylor Outfielder Apopka High School Apopka, FL Attended Stanford *
Chris Nelson Infielder Redan High School Stone Mountain, GA 1st Round - 9th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Rockies)
Trevor Plouffe Infielder Crespi Carmelite High School Encino, CA 1st Round - 20th Pick of the 2004 Draft (Twins)

Taylor was not chosen in the 2004 MLB Draft. Re-enter the MLB draft after attending Stanford University and was selected 73rd Pick of the 2007 draft in the 5th Round by the Phillies.

2005 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Tony Rasmus, Russell County (Seale, Alabama)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Justin Upton Infielder Great Bridge High School Chesapeake, VA 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2005 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Jay Bruce Outfielder West Brook Senior High School Beaumont, TX 1st Round - 12th Pick of 2005 Draft (Reds)
C. J. Henry Infielder Putnam City High School Oklahoma City, OK 1st Round - 17th Pick of 2005 Draft (Yankees) *
Cameron Maybin Outfielder T. C. Roberson High School Asheville, NC 1st Round - 10th Pick of 2005 Draft (Tigers)
Andrew McCutchen Outfielder Fort Meade Middle-Senior High School Fort Meade, FL 1st Round - 11th Pick of 2005 Draft (Pirates)
Mark Pawelek Pitcher Springville High School Springville, UT 1st Round - 20th Pick of 2005 Draft (Cubs)
Zach Putnam Infielder Pioneer High School Ann Arbor, MI Attended Michigan *
Henry Sanchez Infielder Mission Bay Senior High School San Diego, CA Supplemental 1st Round - 37th Pick of 2005 Draft (Twins)
Brandon Snyder Catcher Westfield High School Chantilly, VA 1st Round - 13th Pick of 2005 Draft (Orioles)
Chris Volstad Pitcher Palm Beach Gardens Community High School Palm Beach Gardens, FL 1st Round - 16th Pick of 2005 Draft (Marlins)
  • Henry briefly played in the minor league systems of the Yankees and Phillies before pursuing basketball full-time by attending colleges at Memphis and Kansas.

2006 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Ron Eastman (The Woodlands High School, The Woodlands, TX)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Clayton Kershaw Pitcher Highland Park High School Dallas, TX 1st Round - 7th Pick of 2006 Draft (Dodgers)
Hank Conger Catcher Huntington Beach High School Huntington Beach, CA 1st Round - 25th Pick of 2006 Draft (Angels)
Adrian Cardenas Infielder Monsignor Pace High School Opa-locka, FL Supplemental 1st Round - 37th Pick of 2006 Draft (Phillies)
Chris Marrero Infielder Monsignor Pace High School Opa-locka, FL 1st Round - 15th Pick of 2006 Draft (Nationals)
Preston Mattingly Infielder Central High School Evansville, IN Supplemental 1st Round - 31st Pick of 2006 Draft (Dodgers)
Billy Rowell Infielder Bishop Eustace Preparatory School Pennsauken, NJ 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2006 Draft (Orioles)
Chris Parmelee Outfielder Chino Hills High School Chino Hills, CA 1st Round - 20th Pick of 2006 Draft (Twins)
Jason Place Outfielder Wren High School Piedmont, SC 1st Round - 27th Pick of 2006 Draft (Red Sox)
Travis Snider Outfielder Jackson High School Mill Creek, WA 1st Round - 14th Pick of 2006 Draft (Blue Jays)
Kyle Drabek Pitcher The Woodlands High School The Woodlands, TX 1st Round - 18th Pick of 2006 Draft (Phillies)

2007 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Jerry Boatner (West Lauderdale High School, Collinsville, MS)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Rick Porcello Pitcher Seton Hall Preparatory School West Orange, NJ 1st Round - 27th Pick of 2007 Draft (Tigers)
Jarrod Parker Pitcher Norwell High School Ossian, IN 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2007 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Devin Mesoraco Catcher Punxsutawney High School Punxsutawney, PA 1st Round - 15th Pick of 2007 Draft (Reds)
Josh Vitters Infielder Cypress High School Anaheim, CA 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 2007 Draft (Cubs)
Mike Moustakas Infielder Chatsworth High School Chatsworth, CA 1st Round - 2nd Pick of 2007 Draft (Royals)
Kevin Ahrens Infielder Memorial High School Houston, TX 1st Round - 16th Pick of 2007 Draft (Blue Jays)
Matt Dominguez Infielder Chatsworth High School Chatsworth, CA 1st Round - 12th Pick of 2007 Draft (Marlins)
Jason Heyward Outfielder Henry County High School McDonough, GA 1st Round - 14th Pick of 2007 Draft (Braves)
Ben Revere Outfielder Lexington Catholic High School Lexington, KY 1st Round - 28th Pick of 2007 Draft (Twins)
Wendell Fairly Outfielder George County High School Lucedale, Mississippi 1st Round - 29th Pick of 2007 Draft (Giants)

2008 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Todd Fitz-Gerald (American Heritage School, Plantation, FL)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Jake Odorizzi Pitcher Highland High School Highland, IL Supplemental 1st Round - 32nd Pick of 2008 Draft (Brewers)
Tim Beckham Infielder Griffin High School Griffin, GA 1st Round - 1st Pick of 2008 Draft (Rays)
Gerrit Cole Pitcher Lutheran High School Orange, CA Attended UCLA *
Zach Collier Outfielder Chino Hills High School Chino, CA Supplemental 1st Round - 34th Pick of 2008 Draft (Phillies)
Aaron Hicks Outfielder Wilson High School Long Beach, CA 1st Round - 14th Pick of 2008 Draft (Twins)
Destin Hood Infielder St. Paul's Episcopal School Mobile, AL 2nd Round - 55th Pick of 2008 Draft (Nationals)
Eric Hosmer Infielder American Heritage School Plantation, FL 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 2008 Draft (Royals)
Casey Kelly Infielder Sarasota High School Sarasota, FL 1st Round - 30th Pick of 2008 Draft (Red Sox)
Tim Melville Pitcher Wentzville Holt High School Wentzville, MO 4th Round - 115th Pick of 2008 Draft (Royals)
Kyle Skipworth Catcher Patriot High School Riverside, CA 1st Round - 6th Pick of 2008 Draft (Marlins)

2009 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Phil Forbes (Menchville High School, Newport News, VA)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Matt Hobgood Pitcher Norco High School Norco, CA 1st Round - 5th Pick of 2009 Draft (Orioles)
Jacob Turner Pitcher Westminster Christian Academy St. Louis, MO 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2009 Draft (Tigers)
Jordan John Pitcher Calallen High School Corpus Christi, TX Attended Oklahoma *
Jeff Malm Infielder Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV 5th Round - 169th Pick of 2009 Draft (Rays)
Wil Myers Catcher Wesleyan Christian Academy High Point, NC 3rd Round - 91st Pick of 2009 Draft (Royals)
Donavan Tate Outfielder Cartersville High School Cartersville, GA 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 2009 Draft (Padres)
Reggie Williams Jr. Outfielder Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School Tampa, FL Attended Middle Georgia College *
Bobby Borchering Infielder Bishop Verot High School Fort Myers, FL 1st Round - 16th Pick of 2009 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Scooter Gennett Infielder Sarasota High School Sarasota, FL 16th Round - 496th Pick of 2009 Draft (Brewers)
Matt Davidson Infielder Yucaipa High School Yucaipa, CA Supplemental 1st Round - 35th Pick of 2009 Draft (Diamondbacks)

2010 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Larry Knight (Sumrall High School, Sumrall, MS)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Kaleb Cowart Pitcher/Infielder Cook County High School Adel, GA 1st Round - 18th Pick of 2010 Draft (Angels)
Ethan Bennett Catcher Farragut High School Knoxville, TN Attended Tennessee *
Kris Bryant Infielder Bonanza High School Las Vegas, NV Attended San Diego *
Dylan Covey Pitcher Maranatha High School Pasadena, CA Attended San Diego *
Kevin Cron Catcher Mountain Pointe High School Phoenix, AZ Cron was only a Junior *
Delino DeShields, Jr. Outfielder Woodward Academy College Park, GA 1st Round - 8th Pick of 2010 Draft (Astros)
Taylor Lindsey Outfielder Desert Mountain High School Scottsdale, AZ Supplemental 1st Round - 37th Pick of 2010 Draft (Angels)
Manny Machado Infielder Brito High School Miami, FL 1st Round - 3rd Pick of 2010 Draft (Orioles)
Josh Sale Outfielder Bishop Blanchet High School Seattle, WA 1st Round - 17th Pick of 2010 Draft (Rays)
Jameson Taillon Pitcher The Woodlands High School The Woodlands, TX 1st Round - 2nd Pick of 2010 Draft (Pirates)
  • Bennett went Undrafted in 2010 MLB Draft and officially attending Tennessee in the fall of 2010. Will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2013.

2011 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Rich Bielski (Archbishop McCarthy High School, Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Dylan Bundy Pitcher/Infielder Owasso High School Owasso, OK 1st Round - 4th Pick of 2011 Draft (Orioles)
Kevin Cron Catcher / Pitcher Mountain Pointe High School Phoenix, AZ Attended TCU *
Archie Bradley Infielder / Pitcher Broken Arrow High School Broken Arrow, OK 1st Round - 7th Pick of 2011 Draft (Diamondbacks)
Francisco Lindor Infielder Montverde Academy Montverde, FL 1st Round - 9th Pick of 2011 Draft (Indians)
Trevor Mitsui Infielder Shorewood High School Shoreline, WA Attended Washington *
Josh Bell Outfielder Jesuit College Preparatory School Dallas, TX 2nd Round - 61st Pick of 2011 Draft (Pirates)
Bubba Starling Outfielder Gardner Edgerton High School Gardner, KS 1st Round - 5th Pick of 2011 Draft (Royals)
Blake Swihart Catcher Cleveland High School Rio Rancho, NM 1st Round - 26th Pick of 2011 Draft (Red Sox)
Jordan Montgomery Pitcher Sumter High School Sumter, SC Attended South Carolina *
Henry Owens Pitcher Edison High School Huntington Beach, CA Supplemental 1st Round - 36th Pick of 2011 Draft (Red Sox)
  • Cron did not sign with the Mariners, who drafted him with the 92nd pick of the 2011 draft in the 3rd round. He chose instead to attend TCU in the fall of 2011, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2014.
  • Mitsui did not sign with the Rays, who drafted him with the 390th pick of the 2011 draft in the 12th round. He chose to attend Washington in the fall of 2011, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2014.
  • Montgomery went undrafted in the 2011 MLB Draft. He chose to attend South Carolina in the fall of 2011, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2014

2012 team[edit]

Coach of the Year: Nick Day (Bishop Gorman High School, Las Vegas, NV)

Player Position School Hometown MLB Draft
Lance McCullers Jr Pitcher / Infielder Jesuit High School Tampa, FL Supplemental 1st Round - 41st Pick of the 2012 Draft (Astros)
Byron Buxton Pitcher / Outfielder Appling County High School Baxley, GA 1st Round - 2nd Pick of the 2012 Draft (Twins)
Courtney Hawkins Pitcher / Outfielder Carroll High School Corpus Christi, TX 1st Round - 13th Pick of the 2012 Draft (White Sox)
Gavin Cecchini Infielder Barbe High School Lake Charles, LA 1st Round - 12th Pick of the 2012 Draft (Mets)
James Kaprelian Pitcher Beckman High School Irvine, CA Attended UCLA *
Joey Gallo Infielder Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas, NV Supplemental 1st Round - 39th Pick of the 2012 Draft (Rangers)
Rob Kaminsky Pitcher Saint Joseph Regional High School Montvale, NJ Kaminsky was only a Junior
Taylor Hawkins Infielder Carl Albert High School Midwest City, OK Attended Oklahoma *
Ty Moore Pitcher / Outfielder Mater Dei High School Santa Ana, CA Attended UCLA *
Wyatt Mathisen Pitcher / Infielder Calallen High School Corpus Christi, TX 2nd Round - 69th Pick of the 2012 Draft (Pirates)
  • Kaprelian did not sign with the Mariners, who drafted him with the 1211th pick of the 2012 draft in the 40th round. He chose instead to attend UCLA in the fall of 2012, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2015.
  • T. Hawkins did not sign with the Rays, who drafted him with the 392nd pick of the 2012 draft in the 12th round. He chose instead to attend Oklahoma in the fall of 2012, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2015.
  • Moore did not sign with the Yankees, who drafted him with the 787th pick of the 2012 draft in the 25th round. He chose instead to attend UCLA in the fall of 2012, and will be eligible to re-enter the MLB Draft in 2015.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Baseball: Players and Coaches of the Year (1989–1998)". USA Today. 1999-03-08. Retrieved 2011-10-23. 
  2. ^ a b c On the following webpage, scroll down to "Baseball archives" (for links to "All-USA Team", "Super 25" teams, and "Regional rankings"): "Super 25 and All-USA archive". USA Today. Retrieved 2011-10-23. 

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