Cavs Recruits Ranked 14th Nationally by Baseball America

Virginia’s 2013-14 recruiting class has been ranked 14th nationally by Baseball America.

Virginia’s incoming freshman class is comprised of nine student-athletes, including a catcher, two infielders, one outfielder and five pitchers. Three were selected in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft – infielder Daniel Pinero was a 20th-round selection by the Houston Astros, Connor Jones was a 21st-round pick of the San Diego Padres and Matt Thaiss was a 32nd-round selection for the Boston Red Sox.

The highly-acclaimed class also features Tyler Allen, Alec Bettinger, Adam Bleday, Tony Butler, Ben Carraway and Jack Roberts.

According to the rankings, the UVa recruiting class is the second-best in the ACC, behind the Miami Hurricanes, who are ranked sixth.

Baseball America's 2013-2014 recruiting class rankings:

1. Florida
2. Texas
3. South Carolina
4. Oklahoma State
5. Oregon State
6. Miami
7. Oregon
8. Mississippi
9. Mississippi State
10. Oklahoma
11. Nebraska
12. Cal State Fullerton
13. Auburn
14. Virginia
15. Tennessee
16. Clemson
17. Texas Christian
18. Florida State
19. Louisville
20. Vanderbilt
21. Georgia
22. Loyola Marymount
23. Tulane
24. Southern California
25. Kentucky

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