LSU's Greg Deichmann

Junior outfielder

Height: 6-2

Weight: 209

Bats: Left

HRs: 19 (T-13th nationally)

RBIs: 69 (T-12th nationally)

HRs vs. RHP: 16

HRs vs LHP: 3

HRs at home: 12

HRs on the road/neutral: 7

Multiple-HR games: 1

What he brings

State's Brent Rooker might have Deichmann beaten in how consistent his home run stroke is, but there may not be another player in college baseball who can match Deichmann’s strength. The home runs he hits tend to be majestic, even if they barely scrape over the fence. Deichmann had one of those this year, hitting a ball that looked like a routine pop fly but somehow just kept going until it settled in the right-field bleachers.

Wow moment: Feb. 22 vs. Hofstra

There are a lot of them, but his home run against Hofstra — it cleared the Intimidator in right field, traveling an estimated 486 feet — was something Tigers fans won’t soon forget.

Best stretch: Feb. 18-March 11

Deichmann hit seven home runs in his first 15 games.

Mississippi State's Brent Rooker

Fourth-year junior first baseman

Height: 6-4

Weight: 220

Bats: Right

HRs: 23 (5th nationally)

RBIs: 82 (T-1st nationally)

HRs vs. RHP: 16

HRs vs LHP: 7

HRs at home: 15

HRs on the road/neutral: 8

Multiple-HR games: 3

What he brings

It’s hard to put into context just how special a season Rooker is having, but here’s one stat that should help: He’s the first player in SEC history to accumulate 20 home runs, 30 doubles and 75 RBIs. Heck, he’ll throw in 18 stolen bases for free. Rooker is not a one-trick pony; he's a complete and dynamic offensive threat. That said, his power numbers are completely off the charts.

Wow moment: April 8 vs. Kentucky

Rooker cemented his status as one of college baseball's most dangerous hitters on this day. He drilled three homers against Kentucky — including a monster grand slam — during a 4-for-4 day.

Best stretch: March 21-April 14

Rooker hit nearly half of his home runs (11) in this 16-game stretch. ​

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