Here is an article by Aaron Fitt, Baseball America, October 25,2012 about the Top 25 college recruiting classes. UF is ranked 22.
Name, Pos. B-T Ht. Wt. DRAFTED PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Richie Martin, ss R-R 6-0 180 Mariners (38)Bloomingdale (Fla.)
Eric Hanhold, rhp R-R 6-5 195 Phillies (40)East Lake HS, Palm Harbor, Fla.
Tucker Simpson, rhp R-R 6-6 220 Oxford (Ala.) HS
Jason Carmichael, rhp R-R 6-2 160 Mariner HS, Cape Coral, Fla.
Kevin Stypulkowski, c B-R 6-2 210 The King's Academy, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Mike Vinson, rhp R-R 6-4 205 Columbus HS, Miami
Christian Dicks, of L-L 5-10 190 Providence HS, Jacksonville
Brady Roberson, 3b/1b/c R-R 5-10 195 Palm Beach Central HS, Wellington, Fla.
Harrison Bader, of R-R 5-11 180 Horace Mann HS, Bronx, N.Y.
Recruiting Coordinator: Craig Bell. Total Recruits: 12 (12 freshmen).
Florida's class was decimated by the draft, leaving it bereft of BA 500 players—but Martin and Hanhold could leave Gainesville as top 50 draft picks in three years. Martin does everything necessary to help his team win: He works counts, hits behind runners, plays hard and practices just as hard. He's also an excellent athlete with plus speed, good arm strength and sure hands at shortstop. The tall, projectable Hanhold flashes 90-93 mph heat, a hard upper-70s breaking ball and good feel for a changeup, giving him a shot at the Sunday starter job as a freshman. Simpson does not have as much projection in his physically mature frame, but he also figures to see significant innings early on thanks to his ability to command a quality three-pitch mix, highlighted by an 88-92 fastball. Carmichael, an athletic sinker/slider righty with a three-quarters slot, works at 87-90 and has room to add velocity. Vinson is similarly rangy and projectable but is more of a long-term project. The physical Stypulkowski is an aggressive hitter with pop from both sides of the plate and has a feel for catching. His fringy arm plays up because of its accuracy. Dicks is less advanced but has a nice lefthanded swing with some pop and average speed on the basepaths. Roberson and Bader are the sleepers. Roberson is a strong, stocky righthanded hitter who drives the ball to all fields, reminding coach Kevin O'Sullivan somewhat of former Gator Josh Adams. The live-bodied Bader, who was previously committed to Pittsburgh and then Maryland, was a late sign with plus-plus speed and a solid gap-to-gap approach.
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