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All-State Baseball: Virginia

With spring approaching, ESPNHS has all the info you need on the top high school baseball players in Virginia.

We've broken down the state's top 20 players into two teams -- a group of positional players and a group of pitchers. Keep in mind, these selections were determined by a combination of on-field performance and recruit ranking.

See all 51 all-state baseball teams.

POSITION PLAYERS

Daniel Bridgeman, Dinwiddie, 1B/RHP, Senior
Packs some pop at the plate, but the Radford signee is also dangerous on the mound.

Charlie Cody, Great Bridge, 3B, Sophomore
Hit .477 as a freshman last year for the reigning AAA state champs.

Bryce Harmon, L.C. Bird, 1B/RHP, Junior
East Carolina pledge hit nearly .500 as a sophomore.

Josh Henderson, Homeschooled, OF, Senior
Liberty signee is homeschooled but competes for First Baptist Christian.

Craig Lopez, Mountain View, SS/RHP, Senior
Batted .502 and stole 16 bases last year; also boasts a low-90s heater.

Luke Lowery, Cosby, C, Senior
Hit close to .500 last spring and has signed with East Carolina.

Andy McGuire, James Madison, SS, Junior
Big-time athlete has already committed to Texas.

Kyle Moore, Nansemond River, OF, Senior
Maryland signee does a little bit of everything for the Warriors.

Jack Roberts, James River, 1B/RHP, Junior
Hit .391 and added 25 RBI as a sophomore last season.

Tyler Thomas, Woodbridge, 1B, Senior
Career .446 hitter has piled up 20 HRs and 88 RBI in three seasons.

PITCHERS

Mitchell Aker, Paul VI, RHP, Senior
William & Mary signee played in the 2011 Area Code Games.

Stephen Brooks, Deep Run, RHP, Senior
Colleges like Clemson, Virginia and Wake Forest were interested, but Brooks chose Army.

Connor Jones, Great Bridge, RHP/OF, Junior
Went 3-0 in the postseason to help Great Bridge win the AAA state crown.

Sean Kennedy, North Stafford, LHP/1B, Senior
Fanned 121 batters in 72 innings last year while walking just 18.

Nathan Kirby, James River, LHP, Senior
Ranked nation's No. 4 left-handed pitching prospect by ESPNHS.

A.J. Powell, Broad Run, RHP/3B, Junior
Went 7-1 as a sophomore, including two no-hitters and a perfect game.

Josh Sborz, McLean, RHP, Senior
Virginia-bound ace fanned 94 last spring.

Michael Taylor, Christchurch School, RHP, Senior
Intimidating 6-foot-6 righty has 179 punchouts in 99 career innings.

Zak Wasilewski, Tazewell, LHP/OF, Senior
Signed with two-time defending national champ South Carolina.

Jack Wynkoop, Cape Henry, LHP/1B/OF, Senior
Projectable southpaw is ranked nation's No. 6 LHP by ESPNHS.