TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) - Mississippi State's Adam Frazier earned his third preseason All-America honor and Ole Miss' Bobby Wahl earned his second as Perfect Game named each of them to their preseason second team.
Frazier previously earned All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
As a sophomore, he led Mississippi State and ranked third in the SEC with 91 hits and a .371 batting average. The Bulldogs won the SEC Tournament and made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2012.
Ole Miss pitcher Bobby Wahl, a junior, started 17 games for the Rebels in 2012, posting a (7-4) record with a 2.55 ERA. He also struck out 104 batters while walking just 32.
Wahl is a co-captain for the Rebels this year along with John Gatlin and was previously named a second team All-American by Collegiate Baseball.
In total, nine SEC players made the All-America teams, including two - pitchers Ryne Stanek and Colby Suggs of Arkansas - on the first team.