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Consistency is at the top for the first time this season.
Each week there has been at least one position that welcomed a new No. 1 player. But that isn't the case this week.
Miami catcher Yasmani Grandal continues to lead the catcher category with a fabulous .432 batting average and 10 homers. LSU's Micah Gibbs is hot on his heels, while TCU's Bryan Holaday reentered the rankings after a few weeks on the outside.
Auburn's Hunter Morris is hitting .413 with 13 homers and leads the first base position, while Mississippi State's Connor Powers and Indiana's Jerrud Sabourin also are having fantastic campaigns. East Tennessee State's Paul Hoilman, meanwhile, has flown under the radar much of the season, but is hitting .431 with six homers and 37 RBIs.
In the middle infield, No. 1 player, Arizona State's MacPhee, is joined in the top ten by teammate Drew Maggi. Illinois State's Kevin Tokarski and Morehead State's Drew Lee, meanwhile, are trailing MacPhee for the top spot at No's 2 and 3, respectively.
In the outfield, Central Florida's Chris Duffy is having an amazing campaign to remember and is hitting .442 with 16 homers. Cal State Fullerton's Gary Brown, Texas-Arlington's Michael Choice and Indiana's Alex Dickerson hope to ascend to the top spot before the season is over, though.
It should come as no surprise that Arkansas sophomore Zack Cox once again is headlining the third base position with a .436 batting average and 43 RBIs. Rice's Anthony Rendon and Pittsburgh's Joe Leonard also are doing great jobs, while Tulane's Rob Segedin continues to gain steam.
On the mound, Mississippi left-hander Drew Pomeranz is still on top despite a shaky start against LSU last weekend. Texas' Taylor Jungmann and Cole Green also are red-hot right now, while UCLA's Gerrit Cole, Ohio State's Alex Wimmers and Florida Gulf Coast's Chris Sale are coming off fantastic starts.
In terms of head coaches, Texas' Augie Garrido ascended to the top spot with his Longhorns in the midst of a 16-game winning streak. Speaking of winning streaks, Connecticut's Jim Penders entered the rankings today at the No. 9 spot, while Coastal Carolina's Gary Gilmore comes in at No. 10.
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