D1Baseball.com recognizes the top 100 hitters in college baseball based on a full season of 2019 statistics and four weeks of 2020. To qualify, a hitter must have a minimum of 150 plate appearances in 2019 and 35 in 2020.

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Today’s rankings are determined by a computer algorithm, which breaks down hitting into three categories: Plate DisciplineHit Ability and Game Power and combined them to calculate an Analytics Score. The rankings are computed with an adjustment to account for park effects of the most extreme hitter and pitcher-friendly parks, as well as an adjustment for a team’s strength of schedule.

Here are our top 100 hitters, led by Vanderbilt’s Austin Martin.

*Based on 2019-20 Statistics

Rank Batter School Class Position Overall Plate Discp Hit Ability Game Power
1 Austin Martin Vanderbilt Jr 3B 96.2 87.4 93.0 83.8
2 Nick Gonzales New Mexico St. Jr 2B 94.0 88.4 94.0 91.7
3 Aaron Sabato North Carolina So 1B 93.0 76.7 96.2 94.0
4 Spencer Torkelson Arizona St. Jr 1B 92.3 82.1 89.7 92.3
5 Adrian Del Castillo Miami (FL) So C 91.7 86.8 83.8 85.0
6 Alerick Soularie Tennessee Jr OF 91.2 82.1 88.1 86.8
7 Tyler Black Wright St. So 2B 90.9 89.5 84.4 83.2
8 Justin Foscue Mississippi St. Jr 2B 90.5 86.6 81.9 84.4
9 Tyler Wilber Southeast Mo. St. Jr SS 90.2 87.9 90.5 78.4
10 Alec Burleson East Carolina Jr OF 89.9 85.1 84.8 82.4
11 Hudson Haskin Tulane So OF 89.7 83.7 89.1 85.1
12 Garrett Mitchell UCLA Jr OF 89.5 81.8 86.7 80.0
13 Alejandro Toral Miami (FL) Jr 1B 89.3 73.1 82.1 93.0
14 Tyler Keenan Ole Miss Jr 3B 89.1 79.5 82.5 87.2
15 Jason Hinchman Tennessee Tech Jr 1B 88.9 68.4 87.1 96.2
16 Zavier Warren Central Mich. Jr SS 88.7 82.8 92.3 79.9
17 Austin Wells Arizona So C 88.5 82.4 90.2 81.2
18 Tristan Peterson New Mexico St. Sr 1B 88.4 77.2 87.8 88.7
19 Francisco Urbaez Fla. Atlantic Sr 2B 88.2 85.5 81.8 81.8
20 Trevor Hauver Arizona St. Jr OF 88.1 78.2 87.7 86.9
21 Dan Bolt Bradley Sr OF 87.9 70.7 89.9 90.5
22 Brooks Carlson Samford Jr 2B 87.8 82.5 91.2 81.0
23 Ethan Wilson South Alabama So OF 87.7 75.1 86.9 89.7
24 Matthew Guidry Southern Miss. Sr 2B 87.6 84.7 84.3 82.7
25 JD Mundy Radford Sr INF 87.4 78.5 84.7 88.1
26 Heston Kjerstad Arkansas Jr OF 87.3 71.1 87.9 87.9
27 Jaylyn Williams Jackson St. Sr UT 87.2 93.0 88.7 76.9
28 Rigsby Mosley Troy Jr OF 87.1 83.8 86.0 81.7
29 Hudson Byorick Wofford Sr OF 87.0 92.3 83.1 74.0
30 Ben Carew Kent St. Jr OF 86.9 82.2 91.7 74.2
31 Colton Cowser Sam Houston St. So OF 86.8 83.3 85.3 82.3
32 Matt Goodheart Arkansas Jr UT 86.7 76.8 87.6 79.8
33 Chris Lanzilli Wake Forest Jr OF 86.6 73.7 85.6 88.9
34 Damon Dues Wright St. So SS 86.5 85.7 82.7 75.4
35 Paul Witt VCU Sr INF 86.4 88.5 83.0 75.5
36 Colton Schultz UAB Sr UT 86.4 86.7 79.3 80.6
37 Dylan Harris North Carolina Sr OF 86.2 85.0 79.3 82.0
38 Griffin Lockwood-Powell Central Mich. Jr C 86.2 81.2 85.9 82.8
39 Elijah Dunham Indiana Jr OF 86.1 77.9 86.4 83.4
40 Grant Mathews Tulane Sr INF 86.0 84.7 80.0 83.4
41 Matthew Dyer Arizona Jr UTL 86.0 79.3 88.4 80.5
42 Parker Upton Creighton Sr OF 85.9 72.8 89.3 86.5
43 Will Hollis Texas St. Sr OF 85.8 81.3 86.2 81.3
44 Maxwell Costes Maryland So OF 85.7 76.3 82.0 89.5
45 Luke Waddell Georgia Tech Jr SS 85.7 90.5 80.3 72.3
46 Nick Biddison Virginia Tech So INF 85.6 77.3 84.2 83.4
47 Tatem Levins La Salle So C 85.5 85.5 78.5 83.3
48 Tyler Gentry Alabama Jr OF 85.5 72.0 84.9 87.3
49 Bryan Sturges UTSA Sr UT 85.4 80.4 84.7 82.4
50 Nick Howie Eastern Ky. Sr OF 85.3 79.6 88.9 83.1
51 Michael Rothenberg Duke Jr C 85.3 79.3 79.5 83.5
52 Brian Klein Texas Tech Sr INF 85.2 83.9 82.6 75.4
53 Dylan Neuse Texas Tech Jr UT 85.1 77.7 83.3 80.5
54 Jordan Nwogu Michigan Jr OF 85.1 78.3 84.5 83.0
55 Tanner Murray UC Davis Jr SS 85.0 86.3 83.0 75.5
56 Patrick Bailey NC State Jr C 85.0 80.3 79.3 86.0
57 Andrew Beesley La.-Monroe Sr UT 84.9 88.2 82.5 74.2
58 Anthony Servideo Ole Miss Jr SS 84.8 78.7 85.7 76.9
59 John Wuthrich Texas St. Jr OF 84.8 75.7 82.9 87.0
60 Mitchell Hartigan Fla. Atlantic So OF 84.7 78.8 82.4 81.4
61 Bryce Blaum Texas A&M Jr INF 84.7 83.8 75.8 80.3
62 AJ Lewis Eastern Ky. Sr C 84.6 78.1 87.3 85.5
63 Sonny DiChiara Samford So P 84.6 73.1 80.8 90.9
64 Mike Antico St. John’s (NY) Sr OF 84.5 75.4 89.5 80.2
65 Zach Kokoska Kansas St. Jr OF 84.4 77.4 83.6 81.8
66 Bobby Seymour Wake Forest Jr 1B 84.4 75.8 87.0 80.0
67 Aaron Palensky Nebraska Jr OF 84.3 78.6 83.6 81.7
68 John Dempsey Wofford So INF 84.3 79.6 81.7 83.0
69 Christian Pena Eastern Ill. Sr 3B 84.2 87.8 83.2 72.2
70 Blake Dunn Western Mich. Jr OF 84.2 77.0 88.5 78.8
71 Nick Loftin Baylor Jr SS 84.1 85.0 77.5 80.8
72 Ernie Yake Gonzaga Jr SS 84.1 94.0 75.3 75.0
73 Matt Smith Sacramento St. Sr OF 84.0 83.2 79.6 81.2
74 Jackson Greer ETSU Sr C 84.0 75.0 83.4 85.0
75 Josh Hood Penn So SS 83.9 79.9 80.3 82.5
76 Julio Marcano NJIT Jr 2B 83.9 81.0 80.8 81.9
77 Alika Williams Arizona St. Jr SS 83.8 86.1 79.8 75.7
78 Daniel Cabrera LSU Jr OF 83.8 73.1 79.2 84.2
79 Shane Marshall Binghamton Jr OF 83.8 75.0 87.2 80.2
80 Joey Porricelli Merrimack Sr INF 83.7 84.2 77.2 80.3
81 Dayton Dooney Arizona So INF 83.7 74.6 80.4 86.3
82 Justin Watari New Mexico Sr 2B 83.6 96.2 78.2 70.5
83 Brandon Lankford UNC Asheville Sr INF 83.6 75.2 78.4 87.8
84 Jake Dunham Northern Ill. Sr C 83.5 84.6 79.3 78.5
85 Michael Guldberg Georgia Tech Jr INF 83.5 85.2 86.4 67.6
86 Dillon Dingler Ohio St. Jr C 83.4 84.3 77.5 80.2
87 Julian Rip USC Upstate Sr OF 83.4 76.6 85.8 79.7
88 Mario Camilletti Oakland Jr INF 83.4 88.9 79.6 72.3
89 Luke Shadid Bradley Sr SS 83.3 74.4 85.1 82.3
90 Trei Cruz Rice Jr SS 83.3 75.3 83.1 82.2
91 Alsander Womack Norfolk St. Jr INF 83.2 89.1 82.6 73.6
92 Andy Thomas Baylor Sr C 83.2 80.6 81.3 79.4
93 Peter Zimmermann Missouri Sr INF 83.2 75.9 79.8 83.9
94 Mike Brown Wofford Sr OF 83.1 88.7 81.2 70.6
95 Gabriel Montenegro Southern Miss. Jr OF 83.1 80.8 84.2 76.1
96 Alex Baratta Binghamton Sr INF 83.0 81.3 86.1 74.2
97 Nick Kreutzer Ark.-Pine Bluff Sr 1B 83.0 70.6 88.2 86.0
98 Landon Stephens Miami (OH) Sr 3B 83.0 75.5 82.7 84.7
99 Taylor Young Louisiana Tech Jr INF 82.9 85.4 80.5 74.4
100 Lawson Hill Wofford Jr C 82.9 89.9 84.6 66.0

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