44. Steven Williams, Deerfield-Windsor (C/OF) – Williams is a rugged lefty-hitting catcher (6-3, 210). He and Waters are the best power hitters on this list. Williams led Deerfield-Windsor, a GISA school in Albany, to a second straight state title last year, when he hit .524 with 11 homers and 30 extra-base hits. He hit .521 as a sophomore. Williams has signed with Auburn, with which he's been committed since he was a sophomore.
66. Zach Daniels, Eagle's Landing Christian (CF) – Daniels, usually ELCA's leadoff hitter, is batting .311 (17-for-46). His OBA is .492 as he's frequently pitched around. He's stolen 17 bases and been caught once. He's scored 19 runs in 17 games. Daniels has signed with Tennessee.
67. Baron Radcliff, Norcross (RF) – Radcliff was Norcross's 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback (threw for 2,504 yards, 25 touchdowns) and has an excellent arm. He's the baseball team's right fielder. He's batting only .259 with four home runs, but .400 with two homers and a .559 OBA over the past 10 games. Radcliff is one of six Gwinnett County players who have signed with Georgia Tech's top-20 recruiting class.
69. Kyle Jacobsen, Allatoona (CF/P) – Allatoona is 16-2 and ranked No. 12 nationally in MaxPreps' Xcellent 25, and Jacobsen is the Buccaneers' leading hitter and pitcher, making him a prime candidate for state player of the year. He's batting .447 (21-of-41) seven extra-base hits. As a pitcher, he's 5-1 with an 0.27 ERA. He can hit low-90s, which means he can bring it from the outfield, which pro scouts love. Jacobsen ran a 6.49 in the 60-yard dash at the Perfect Game All-American Game last summer in San Diego. Jacobsen, recruited primarily as an outfielder, has signed with South Carolina.
84. Oscar Serratos, Grayson (SS/RHP) – Serratos is a long, rangy shortstop (6-3, 180) with great speed. Serratos is batting .344 with three home runs and 28 runs scored for Grayson (16-5). He's stolen 16 bases. He's made four relief appearances, pitching just an inning each time, and has seven strikeouts. Like Baron Radcliff of Norcross, Serratos is a top-100 prospect from Gwinnett who is headed to Georgia Tech.
91. Austin "A.J." Gardner, Whitewater (CF) – Whitewater is just 6-13, a odd-looking record for a program with six state-semifinal appearances in the past seven years, and Gardner is hitting only .279, but coach Russell Bennett is optimistic. ''We have played a really tough schedule,'' Bennett said. "Kids are playing hard. We are hoping to get things going and start clicking before the state playoffs.'' Gardner's strengths are his arm and power. He is going to Alabama State, not a common destination for a top prospect. ''He just said he liked it there,'' Bennett said.
99. Luis Campusano, Cross Creek (C) – Campusano is hitting .537 (22-of-41) with three home runs and five doubles. He's walked 16 times and scored 20 times for an 8-7 team. He was the Augusta-area player of the year as a junior. Campusano was a starting catcher in the PG All-American Game in San Diego last summer. He has signed with South Carolina.