Video: Two grand slams in the same inning
Ronan Kopp belted two bases-clearing long balls in the same frame.
Florida, California and Texas dominate the 2020 MaxPreps preseason high school All-American Baseball Team, combining for nearly half of the 30-member team.
The Sunshine and Golden state each have five members on the team while Texas has four.
2020 preseason high school All-America Baseball Team
The selection of the team is the second in a series of MaxPreps stories previewing the upcoming 2020 high school baseball season. Previously, we looked at the best high school baseball player in each state
. Upcoming features include looks at the best baseball team in each state and the Top 10 high school baseball prospects.
6-2 | 200 | Senior | Pitcher
Named the Victoria Advocate Player of the Year, Kelley went 11-0 on the mound with 144 strikeouts and a 0.22 ERA in 65 innings pitched. He also batted .348 with nine doubles, three home runs and 30 RBI.
6-5 | 185 | Senior | Pitcher
The Gatorade State Player of the Year went 9-0 on the mound with 1.34 ERA, and 90 strikeouts in 57.1 innings pitched.
5-10 | 160 | Senior | Pitcher
Heads an impressive Lancer rotation after earning Orange County Register Pitcher of the Year honors as a junior. He went 7-0 with a 0.39 ERA and 69 strikeouts last year.
6-1 | 170 | Senior | Pitcher
Originally a member of the Class of 2021, Santos reclassified and will head to Miami. As a sophomore, Rosario went 6-0 with a 0.69 ERA and 45 strikeouts.
6-2 | 195 | Senior | Pitcher
Transferred to Windermere last year and earned All-Area status by the Orlando Sentinel. He batted .330 and was 7-0 as a pitcher with a 0.60 ERA and 75 strikeouts.
6-5 | 200 | Senior | Pitcher
Hagenow helped Farragut to a state championship last year and was an all-state selection while going 12-1 with a 1.02 ERA and 96 strikeouts.
6-2 | 175 | Senior | Pitcher
A two-time California all-state selection, Jones was the Long Beach Press Telegram Player of the Year. He batted .457 with 42 runs and three home runs and he also went 7-1 with a 0.77 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 64 innings pitched.
Nate Savino, Potomac Falls (Sterling, Va.)
6-3 | 195 | Senior | Pitcher
Gatorade selected Savino as the state player of the year after he struck out 71 batters and posted a 0.60 ERA in 35 innings pitched.
6-5 | 200 | Senior | Pitcher
The Arizona Baseball Coaches Association Class 2A player of the year and the Gatorade State Player of the Year, Kopp batted .522 with 39 RBI, 11 doubles and six home runs and also went 8-0 with a 0.41 ERA and 118 strikeouts in 51 innings pitched.
6-3 | 180 | Senior | Pitcher
Stallions were one of the top small school teams in the nation last year and this year should be no different. Bruno ranks as one of the top pitchers in the nation after going 3-1 with a 1.62 ERA and 49 strikeouts.
6-1 | 205 | Senior | Catcher
Romo earned Class 6A all-state honors in Texas after batting .397 with 17 doubles, four home runs and 35 RBI.
6-0 | 205 | Senior | Catcher
Selected as the Gatorade State Player of the Year, Bulger batted .545 with five home runs and 32 RBI. He's ranked as one of the top catchers in the nation.
6-2 | 205 | Senior | Catcher
One of the top home-run hitters in the country last year, Collins belted 16 out of the park while hitting for a .474 average. He also had 50 RBI and 15 doubles.
6-3 | 210 | Senior | First Base
Picked as the Gatorade State Player of the Year, Vetrano batted .442 with 11 home runs and eight doubles. He also went 9-2 with a 0.74 ERA and 93 strikeouts in 66.2 innings pitched.
6-2 | 195 | Senior | First Base
Named to the all-state team by the Oklahoma City Oklahoman, Bohrofen batted .479 with 18 doubles, 12 home runs and 66 RBI.
6-3 | 195 | Senior | Infielder
The Gatorade State Player of the Year, Keith batted .527 with 49 RBI, 12 doubles and eight home runs while also going 6-0 with a 1.47 ERA and 74 strikeouts.
6-2 | 185 | Senior | Infielder
Emerged as one of the nation's top prospects at shortstop after batting .419 with 29 RBI, 12 doubles and three home runs as a junior.
Cayden Wallace, Greenbrier (Ark.)
6-1 | 205 | Senior | Infielder
A member of the All-Arkansas Preps All-State team, Wallace belted six home runs, six doubles and seven triples while hitting .514 with 49 runs scored.
6-5, 212, Senior, Infielder
Ranked as one of the top infielders in the nation and a possible Top 10 pick in the 2020 MLB draft, Walker batted .518 with 59 RBI and 17 home runs last year.
6-2 | 218 | Senior | Infielder
The MaxPreps Freshman and Sophomore of the Year the past two seasons, Jordan reclassified as a senior for 2020. He batted .440 with 46 RBI, 11 doubles and 10 home runs.
6-4 | 205 | Senior | Infielder
Made the All-Broward County Team, Mayo batted .391 last year with 21 RBI and four home runs.
6-1 | 195 | Senior | Outfielder
One of the top prospects, Hendrick is considered a Top 10 pick in several mock drafts. He batted .327 last year.
6-1 | 195 | Senior | Outfielder
Davis has emerged as one of the nation's top outfielders after earning All-Metro honors by the Sacramento Bee. He batted .284 with 21 RBI, 33 runs, seven doubles and four home runs.
6-0 | 175 | Senior | Outfielder
Named to the all-area team by the Orlando Sentinel, Crews is a possible first-round draft pick in the 2020 MLB Draft. He batted .389 with 17 RBI and 28 runs scored.
6-1 | 175 | Senior | Outfielder
Los Angeles Daily News Player of the Year as a junior, Crow-Armstrong batted .395 with 23 RBI with five doubles, five triples and three home runs.
6-3 | 205 | Senior | Outfielder
The Alabama State Sports Writers Association Class 7A Hitter of the Year, Ray batted .403 with 11 doubles, 64 RBI and nine home runs.
6-2 | 190 | Senior | Outfielder
Named Gatorade State Player of the Year, Hassell went 5-2 with 113 strikeouts and a 1.07 ERA in 59 innings pitched while batting .423 with 36 RBI and 14 home runs.
6-3 | 220 | Senior | All-Purpose
The North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association named McLean to the Class 4A All-State Team after he batted .379 with 34 RBI and nine home runs and went 3-0 with 53 strikeouts in 28.1 innings pitched.
6-2 | 200 | Senior | All-Purpose
The Bay Area News Group's Player of the Year, Harrison led De La Salle to a North Coast Section championship. He had a 10-0 record with 103 strikeouts while also batting .286 with 20 RBI.
5-10 | 175 | Senior | All-Purpose
A standout at pitcher and in the field, Winn batted .439 with 26 RBI and two home runs and also was 13-0 as a pitcher with 137 strikeouts and a 0.46 ERA.