All Area Greater Atlanta

Updated: March 30, 2009, 3:22 PM ET
ESPN RISE Magazine

Positional Players
Name School Position Year
Tyler Austin Heritage 3B Junior
Luke Bailey Troup County C Senior
Delino DeShields Jr. Woodward Academy 3B Junior
Alex Glenn Henry County OF Senior
Miles Head Whitewater 3B/C Senior
Braxton Lane Sandy Creek OF Senior
Telvin Nash Griffin OF Senior
Tyler Roberts Jones County C/1B Senior
Drew Steckenrider Greater Atlanta Christian OF Senior
Donavan Tate Cartersville OF Senior

Name School Position Year
Cameron Bedrosian East Coweta RHP Junior
Kaleb Cowart Cook County RHP Junior
Zach Dotson Effingham County LHP Senior
George "Buck" Farmer Rockdale County RHP Senior
Forrest Garrett Norcross LHP Senior
Preston Hatcher Roswell RHP Senior
Evan Jarman Effingham County RHP Senior
Jake Montgomery Pope RHP Senior
Hudson Randall Dunwoody RHP Senior
Zack Wheeler East Paulding RHP Senior

Other Top Players
Name School Position Year
Nick Blount South Gwinnett RHP/OF Sr.
Patrick Boling Cartersville LHP/1B Sr.
Kyle Burchfield Harrison RHP Sr.
Ren Buttram Dawson County RHP Sr.
Ralston Cash Lakeview Academy 3B/1B Jr.
Chevez Clarke Marietta OF/RHP Jr.
Brooks Colquitt Wesleyan RHP Jr.
Blake Crohan Lassiter C Sr.
Clay Dalton North Cobb RHP Sr.
Corey Davis Coffee 1B Sr.
Alex Edwards Kell 1B/3B Sr.
Zane Evans Roswell C Jr.
Trey Griffin MLK OF/SS Jr.
Matthew Grimes Mill Creek RHP Jr.
Brandon Jacobs Parkview OF Sr.
Catlan Kendrick Northgate RHP Sr.
Spencer Kieboom Walton C Sr.
Kevin Kyle Holy Innocents' LHP Sr.
Zachary Lowery Kennesaw Mountain OF Sr.
Cody Martin Stephens County 3B/SS Sr.
Seth Newton East Coweta OF Jr.
Jordan Poole Calhoun 1B Jr.
Patrick Savage Greater Atlanta Christian 1B/3B Sr.
Crawford Simmons Statesboro LHP Sr.
Andrew Smith Roswell RHP Jr.
Brandon Stephens Lassiter C Jr.
Matt Taylor Columbus LHP Sr.
Derrick Thomas Roswell OF Sr.
Andrew Toles Sandy Creek OF Jr.
Taylor Wolfe Columbus LHP Sr.

Last year, Lane was named to the Aflac All-American team, proving he is one of the nation's elite talents. He is a career .400-plus hitter and has swiped more than 50 bases.

The North Carolina recruit and Aflac All-American slugged nine homers and drove in 43 runs to lead the Canes to the Class AAA state crown in 2008. He is rated the nation's No. 5 player in the ESPNU rankings.

With a fastball that pops in the mid-90s, it's no surprise Bedrosian's strikeouts nearly doubled last year, going from 65 as a sophomore to 108. He posted a 2.58 ERA to go with seven wins in 76 innings pitched.

On the hill, there aren't many better than the 6-foot- 4 fireballer. The No. 22 player in the ESPNU rankings, he posted a 1.31 ERA and fanned 127 batters to help East Paulding win 23 games in '08.

Coach's Take

"You hate seeing him step in the on-deck circle, much less the batter's box. He is signed to Georgia, but probably won't make it to Georgia. He'll get drafted in the first couple rounds. Great pure hitter. He hits with authority."