With spring approaching, ESPNHS has all the info you need on the top high school baseball players in Washington.
We've broken down the state's top 20 players into two teams -- one of position players and one of pitchers. Keep in mind, these preseason selections were determined by a combination of in-season performance and recruit rankings.
Austin Barr, Camas, C, Senior
Stanford commit was the Papermakers' leading hitter at .500.
Clint Coulter, Union, C, Senior
Arizona State recruit batted .526 at Area Code Games.
Dylan LaVelle, Lake Stevens, SS/3B, Senior
Oregon State signee was named to the All-Area Code Team.
Jonny Locher, Highline, OF, Senior
Knocked the cover off the ball (.630) during monster 2011 season.
Reese McGuire, Kentwood, C, Junior
Turned heads with speed and athleticism during Area Code tryouts.
Matt Mendenhall, Southridge, 3B, Senior
Arguably the Big 9 Conference's most-feared hitter.
Austin Pernell, Kentlake, OF, Senior
Blessed with speed to burn and a GPS for the ball in the outfield.
Andrew Pullin, Centralia, OF/RHP, Senior
Dangerous hitter batted .445 with six homers and 18 RBIs last spring.
Cabe Reiten, Olympia, SS, Senior
Narrows League MVP collected 33 hits and plated 19 runs as a junior.
Trek Stemp, Kennewick, SS, Senior
Two-time All-State selection led the league in hitting and home runs.
Sam Brown, Jackson, LHP/OF, Senior
Three-sport star has an explosive fastball; signed with Arizona.
Dustin Driver, Wenatchee, RHP, Junior
Announced his arrival with an eight-K playoff game last spring.
Max Engelbrekt, Bishop Blanchet, LHP, Senior
Workhorse posted seven complete games and 85 K's in 2011.
Mitchell Gueller, W.F. West, RHP/OF, Senior
Went 8-0 with 67 K's and 41 RBIs for Evergreen 2A champs.
Sam Hellinger, West Seattle, RHP, Junior
Will be a name to follow as scouts continue to laud his pitching.
Taylor Jones, Kentwood, RHP/1B, Senior
Intimidating 6-foot-7 ace is also a star on the hardwood.
Marty Luckenbach, Woodinville, RHP, Senior
Fanned 43 hitters in 46 innings and recorded a 4-1 mark in 2011.
Chris McDowell, Mt. Vernon, RHP, Senior
All-Northwest ace has recorded two no-hitters in his career.
Michael Rucker, Auburn Riverside, RHP, Senior
Gonzaga-bound ace posted a 1.17 ERA and went 8-2 last season.
Jake Schroeder, Ferndale, RHP, Senior
WSU recruit is an imposing presence at 6-7/200 with low-90s gas.
OTHER TOP PLAYERS
Theo Alexander, Lake Washington, OF, Senior
Matt Becker, Puyallup, OF, Senior
Matt Bower, Todd Beamer, LHP, Senior
Austen Brand, Stadium, Util., Senior
Zach Brill, Mark Morris, LHP, Senior
Tyler Carlson, Enumclaw, OF, Senior
Landon Cray, Chimacum, LHP/OF, Senior
Max Dammeier, Mercer Island, RHP, Senior
Shea Donlin, Woodinville, RHP/SS, Senior
Quinn Eldridge, Chimacum, RHP, Senior
Kelly Fitzpatrick, Mead, LHP, Senior
Skyler Genger, Kentwood, RHP, Senior
Ian Hamilton, Skyview, OF/RHP, Junior
Alex Hardy, Emerald Ridge, RHP/OF, Junior
Alex Hatch, Mountlake Terrace, LHP/1B, Senior
Duncan Hendrickson, Shoreline, C, Senior
Peter Hendron, Redmond, RHP, Senior
Reece Karalus, Mount Si, RHP, Senior
Zac Kolterman, Hazen, RHP, Senior
Trevor Lane, Mount Si, OF/LHP, Senior
Patrick McGrath, Woodinville, 3B, Senior
Cash McGuire, Kentwood, OF, Senior
Jack Meggs, Bellevue, OF, Junior
Nick Minteer, Auburn Riverside, OF, Senior
Connor Moore, Richland, LHP, Senior
Nate Mondou, Charles Wright, 3B/OF, Junior
Michael Raine, Bellevue, RHP/OF, Senior
James Robinson, Colfax, Util., Senior
Nick Sagendorf, Mead, RHP, Senior
Michael Sexton, Rogers, 3B, Junior
Ryne Shelton, Kentlake, RHP/SS, Senior
Jimmy Sinatro, Skyline, C, Senior
Andrew Summerville, Lakeside, LHP, Sophomore
Trevor Taylor, Mount Si, RHP, Senior
Jason Todd, Jackson, OF/RHP, Senior
Zach Torson, Mountain View, RHP, Senior