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The Aggie trio of Grahovac, Montgomery, and LaViolette are as good as advertised

Before the season started, one thing was apparent to the college baseball world: Texas A&M has a stable of potential All-Americans. Braden Montgomery and Jace LaViolette were preseason All-Americans and true freshman Gavin Grahovac was named D1baseball's preseason SEC Freshman of the Year. With the help of these three, the Aggies are one of the hottest teams in the nation right now.

Grahovac has solidified the third base spot and has been a productive leadoff hitter. He's been playing like a seasoned veteran all year, and deciding to come to Texas A&M instead of going pro is paying significant dividends for Jim Schlossnagle.

Outfielders Montgomery and LaViolette have been trading the team home lead, with Mongomery holding a 15 to 13 advantage that's good enough for the 2nd and 3rd spots in the SEC. Mongomery leads the conference with 45 RBI, Grahovac is number eight with 33, and LaViolette comes in at ten spot with 32.

A&M arguably has the best 1-2-3 batting lineup in the country and can give any pitcher fits while on the mound.

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Texas A&M will wrap up the three-game series in College Station on Sunday at 2 p.m. CST.

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