After watching Stony Brook book their ticket to Omaha this weekend, it got me thinking back to that 2010 team we had that was absolutely stacked with talent and we even got to host a regional that year. But unfortunately, we couldn't get it done. But thinking back to that team, it has to be the most talent team from the Northeast in a very long time and really could have challenged any team in the country in terms of talent (I think our one weakness on that team was pitching depth). Here is a reminder of that team and where they were drafted in the majors: 1 . 2B Pierre LePage (13rd round) 2. SS Nick Ahmed (2nd round) 3. CF George Springer (1st round) 4. 1B Mike Nemeth (21st round) 5. 3B Mike Olt (1st round) 6. DH LJ Mazzilli (9th round) 7. C Doug Elliott (35th round) 8. LF Billy Ferriter (not yet drafted...should return for sr year and be drafted in first 20 rounds) 9. RF John Andreoli (17th round) SP1 : Matt Barnes (1st round) SP2 : Greg Nappo (18th round) SP3 : Eliot Glynn (39th round) Closer : Kevin Vance (19th round) RP1 : Scott Oberg (15th round) RP2 : Dave Fischer (18th round) RP3 : Dan Feehan (undrafted) RP4 : Robert Van Woert (undrafted) RP 5 : Pat Butler (undrafted) That offense was absolutely stacked! Our #9 hitter was a 17th round draft pick for God's sake! And our lowest drafted top of the order guys in LePage and Nemeth, while not big MLB prospects due to their size/athleticism, were prototypical college baseball players who were perfect for their spots (LePage as a leadoff hitter and Nemeth as a contact hitter--almost a .400 hitter). That offense was asboultely stacked. And the front end of our pitching staff and bullpen was great as well. As I said, our weakness was the depth in our SP and bulllpen. Oh what could have been! I really think we could have made some noise in Omaha that year if we had only put it together. That may be the most talented baseball team we ever have in a UConn uniform!