College Basball Recruiting Advisement

University of Florida

NCAA Division 1

SEC

2022 Florida Baseball Roster

Roster Size

36

Redshirted Players

7

Incoming Transfers

1

Freshman Retention Rate

78%

Position Depth

Middle Infielders: 0

3B: 0

1B: 2

Infielders: 5

Catchers: 4

Outfielders: 8

Utility: 1

Pitchers: 19

About

The University of Florida baseball team is one of the top programs in the country. With a tradition of winning and producing elite athletes, Florida is a popular choice for some of the best college baseball recruits across the country. The Florida Gators are a member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and as of 2021, have been conference tournament champions seven times in program history. If you play for this program, you can expect to regularly make deep runs in the college baseball post-season. From 2008 to 2021, the Gators made an appearance in the regional tournament every year. The baseball program has also made several appearances in the College World Series, winning a national championship in their 2017 season. So, what makes the University of Florida so special? Let's take a closer look at this powerhouse program. In this post, we'll provide you with a variety of information, not only about the University of Florida baseball program, but also the institution as a whole. You will be a STUDENT-athlete, so the school you select also needs to be a perfect fit for your academic circumstances. By providing you with this information, we hope it enables you to find your perfect school!

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Florida Baseball Roster Trends

Roster Size

2022: 36

2021: 39

2020: 35

2019: 32

2018: 33

2017: 29

Incoming Transfers

2022: 1

2021: 1

2020: 2

2019: 3

2018: 4

Redshirts

2022: 7

2021: 2

2020: 2

2019: 4

2018: 0

2017: 0

Freshman Retention Rate

2022
78%
2021
77%
2020
91%
2019
67%

Florida Baseball Graduating Players

2022 Grads by Position

Middle Infielders: 0

3Bs: 0

1Bs: 0

Infielders: 0

Catchers: 0

Outfielders: 0

Utility: 0

Pitchers: 1

2023 Grads by Position

Middle Infielders: 0

3Bs: 0

1Bs: 1

Infielders: 1

Catchers: 1

Outfielders: 2

Utility: 0

Pitchers: 1

Florida Baseball Handedness

2022 Offensive Players by Batting Side

Right: 11

Left: 6

Graduating Offensive Players by Batting Side (2022)

Right: 0

Left: 0

Graduating Offensive Players by Batting Side (2023)

Right: 2

Left: 1

2022 Pitchers by Throwing Arm

Right: 13

Left: 6

Graduating Pitchers by Throwing Arm (2022)

Right: 1

Left: 0

Graduating Pitchers by Throwing Arm (2023)

Right: 1

Left: 0

Florida Baseball Player Details

Homestate

1: Florida

2: North Carolina

3: Georgia

4: Tennessee

5: Wisconsin

6: Texas

7: Pennsylvania

8: New York

9: New Jersey

10: Minnesota

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Height by Position 2022 (Inches)

Middle Infielders:

3Bs:

1Bs: 75

Infielders: 74.4

Catchers: 73

Outfielders: 73.3

Utility: 76

Pitchers: 75.5

Height by Position 2021 (Inches)

Middle Infielders:

3Bs:

1Bs: 73

Infielders: 73.3

Catchers: 72.5

Outfielders: 73

Utility: 75

Pitchers: 74.1

University of Florida Admissions

Acceptance Rate

37%

SAT Verbal Range

650 - 720

SAT Math Range

660 - 750

ACT English Range

27 - 35

ACT Math Range

26 - 31

SAT/ACT Requirement

Required

SAT/ACT Percent Submit

SAT: 85%

ACT: 50%

High School GPA

Required

High School Rank

Neither required nor recommended

High School Record

Required

Reccomendations

Neither required nor recommended

University of Florida Costs

Net Price

$10457

Average Net Price by Household Income

< $30k: $1994

$31k - 47k: $4069

$48 - 75k: $8528

$76 - 110k: $12685

> $110k: $13820

Tuition

In-State:​ $4477

Out-of-State:​ $25694

Other Costs

Room and Board: ​$10220

Books and Supplies: ​$850

Fees: ​$1904

Other Expenses: ​$3760

*All net price figures represent the average cost for undergraduate students after grant and scholarship aid.

 

University of Florida Student Body

Enrollment

Total:​ 58749

Undergraduate:​ 38645

Graduate:​ 20104

Gender

Men
44%
Women
56%

Graduation Rates

4 Year
68%
6 Year
88%
8 year
89%

Demographics

American Indian or Alaskan Native
0%
Asian
7%
Black or African American
6%
Hispanic or Latino
19%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders
0%
White
51%

University of Florida Financial Aid & Student Loans

Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid

92%

Average Total Aid Awarded

$9528

Average amount of federal grant aid awarded

$6277

Average amount of state/local grant aid awarded

$8140

Average amount of Pell grant aid awarded

$5844

Average amount of institutional grant aid awarded

$3323

Percent of Students awarded student loans​
17%
Percent of Students awarded federal, state, local or institutional grant aid​
88%
Percent of Students awarded federal grant aid​
24%
Percent of Students awarded state/local grant aid​
83%
Percent of Students awarded Pell grants​
24%
Percent of Students awarded institutional grant aid​
37%

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