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Austin Peay Willie Gabay RHP/OF SO 2013
Austin Peay Reid Mathews 2B FR 2014
Austin Peay Brett Carlson MIF FR 2014
Austin Peay Hunter Lindley 3B HS 2015
Austin Peay Jake Walters IF HS 2015
Austin Peay Tommy Hager LHP HS 2015
Austin Peay Jared Carkuff RHP HS 2015
Austin Peay Matthew Ferguson RHP HS 2015
Eastern Illinois Troy Barton RHP JR 2012
Eastern Illinois Ryan Dineen SS JR 2012
Eastern Illinois Joe Greenfield RHP SO 2013
Eastern Illinois Drew Grahn RHP FR 2014
Eastern Illinois Jason Scholl C OF HS 2015
Eastern Illinois Jake Johansmeier RHP HS 2015
Eastern Illinois CJ Martin RHP C, 1B HS 2015
Eastern Illinois Mitch Gasbarro SS HS 2015
Eastern Illinois Nick Sharrow SS C HS 2015
Eastern Kentucky Anthony Bazzani RHP JR 2012
Eastern Kentucky Trey Salisbury 1B HS 2015
Eastern Kentucky Kenneth Hostrander MIF HS 2015
Eastern Kentucky Kyle Nowlin OF HS 2015
Eastern Kentucky Matthew Vorbeck RHP HS 2015
Jacksonville State Ben Waldrip 1B SR 2012
Jacksonville State Hunter Rivers RHP JR 2012
Jacksonville State Kurt Lipscomb RHP FR 2014
Jacksonville State Graham Officer RHP HS 2015
Morehead State Christopher Laporte RHP HS 2015
Murray State Dalton West C HS 2015
Southeast Missouri State Trent Moses 1B/3B SR 2012
Southeast Missouri State Shae Simmons RHP JR 2012
Southeast Missouri State Kenton Parmley SS SR 2012
Southeast Missouri State Cody Spanberger OF FR 2014
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Caleb Wilkerson OF SS HS 2015
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Justin Williams RHP HS 2015

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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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