Best College  teams for 2023 can be a subjective term as different people have different ideas on what they perceive. As Baseball Spotlight countdown to the top team in the country, we will give our thoughts to that.

Best College Baseball Teams #19

Here is the 19th best team as projected for the 2023 college baseball season. 

The Virginia Tech Hokies are coached by Jack Szefc. This will be his 6th season at the helm where he has amassed a 130-104 record. The 2022 version finished with a 45-14 record.

The 2022 version of The Hokies finished in first pace in the Atlantic Coast Conference. However, they finished second to Oklahoma in the Blacksburg Super Regional. The team is talented in 2023 with experience and return three position players  and veteran presence. The team will rely on All-Amderican Jack Hurley and his five tools and .375 batting average and also right handed pitcher Drue Hackenburg who finished 10-2 last year with a 3.30 ERA.

However, with a new season brings change as the Hokies have lost several players to the draft including All American outfielder Gavin Cross, pitcher Graham Firoved, catcher Cade Hunter and All-American shortstop Tanner Schoebel.

There is a good nucleus returning with RHP Griffin Green,RHP Drue Hackenburg, outfielder Jack Hurley, infielders Carson DeMartin and Eduardo Malinowski and a host of others.

The Virginia Tech coaches were busy in the transfer portal as they nabbed for the upcoming season a good array of possible impact players. They include: Miami transfer pitcher Arguelles,outfilder Chris Cannizzaro from Bucknell,infielder David Bryant from Radford, infielder Eddie Eisert out of NC State and pitcher Johnny Szczepaniak from Garber High School in Michigan.

They begin their season on the road in Mount Pleasant, SC.  on February 17-19 with College of Charleston. They will open up at home on Tuesday, February 21 at English Field at Atlantic Union Bank Park
|in Blacksburg, Va.


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22- Oregon

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