UPDATED: Thanks to an anonymous post, I am updating this article to reflect that CodBall's database is good but not perfect. Due to some spelling conventions I missed 4 players who are in the top 25, and will play on the Cape. So, nearly half of the nation's top 25 freshmen are now on active CCBL rosters. Baseball America has published its pick of college baseball’s top Freshmen this season, and eight of the top 25 are currently on active CCBL rosters for the 2007 summer season. In other words, one-third of the top players will be on display this summer in the CCBL.
As of tonight I only see 6 of 10 rosters posted.
CodBall maintains a database (rudimentary) of active CCBL players and has cross-checked the Baseball America list with those rosters that have been published to date.
There are likely other CCBL players among those ranked 26-50, but I didn't carefully check those.
Freshmen were ranked by Baseball America writer Aaron Fitt according to both immediate impact and long-term potential. As with most Baseball America rankings, the tie goes to better prospect.
1 Lonnie Chisenhall 3b/rhp South Carolina Cotuit
2 Sean Black rhp Seton Hall
3 Aaron Miller of Baylor
4 Nick Fuller rhp South Carolina
5 Alex White rhp/1b North Carolina
6 Kyle Gibson rhp Missouri Falmouth
7 Dustin Dickerson 1b Baylor Wareham
8 Wade Kapteyn rhp Evansville
9 Mark Sobolewski 3b Miami
10 Dylan Brown of Oklahoma State
11 Kendall Volz rhp Baylor Wareham
12 Devin Shepherd of Oklahoma Cotuit
13 Robert Stock c Southern California Cotuit
14 Grant Green ss Southern California
15 Charles Brewer rhp UCLA
16 Russell Moldenhauer 3b Texas Wareham
17 Curtis Dupart of Georgia Tech Cotuit
18 Josh Thrailkill rhp Clemson Falmouth
19 Khris Davis of Cal State Fullerton
20 Jason Stoffel rhp Arizona
21 Jeff Inman rhp Stanford Y-D
22 Nate Bridges ss Cal State Fullerton
23 Andy Oliver lhp Oklahoma State Wareham
24 Eric Erickson lhp Miami Hyannis
25 Gavin Brooks lhp UCLA