Clemson ranked as high as No. 15 in latest baseball polls

Tigers are rated 15th by Collegiate Baseball, 19th by Baseball America, 22nd by USA Today

Clay Barnette, of Clemson University Athletic Grounds, uses a blower to scatter small cut grass and help dry the Doug Kingmore Stadium field, after a weekend of rain.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

Clay Barnette, of Clemson University Athletic Grounds, uses a blower to scatter small cut grass and help dry the Doug Kingmore Stadium field, after a weekend of rain.

Clemson's Tigers remain in the nation's top 20 mix headed into the final two weeks of the regular season.

Jack Leggett's club (30-15 overall and 15-10 in the ACC going into today's doubleheader against Maryland) is ranked 15th by Collegiate Baseball, 19th by Baseball America and 22nd in the USA Today coaches' poll.

North Carolina (42-4) is ranked No. 1 by Baseball America and USA Today, while Vanderbilt (41-6) is ranked first by Collegiate Baseball and second in the other two polls. LSU (43-6) and Cal State Fullerton (39-7) are ranked third and fourth in all three versions.

N.C. State (37-11) is ranked as high as fifth, Florida State (38-9) as high as seventh, and Virginia (39-8) as high as seventh. Virginia Tech is ranked 22nd by Baseball America.

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