College World Series Stars Who Will Be MLB All-Stars One Day

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College World Series Stars Who Will Be MLB All-Stars One Day
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North Carolina's Colin Moran has the bat to be a star in the big leagues.

The 2013 College World Series is drawing to a close, with UCLA holding a 1-0 series lead over Mississippi State entering Tuesday's Game 2, but the future for some of the best and brightest players in Omaha is incredibly exciting. 

We started with a field of 64 teams that dwindled down to eight. Those final eight made the journey to TD Ameritrade Park in Nebraska. The event has increased in popularity in recent years thanks to national television coverage, which also gives fans a look at some of the top incoming--either this year or in the not-too-distant future--prospects. 

To give you an idea of who the best of the best in Omaha were this year, here is a look at the players who will go from being stars of the College World Series to shining on the All-Star stage in Major League Baseball.

Note: These are only players whose teams made it to Omaha (LSU, Mississippi State, Indiana, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oregon State, Louisville and UCLA). 

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