The College World Series is in full swing, and we've already witnessed some fantastic....heck, historic performances.
Anyone who witnessed Gerrit Cole's eight-inning, 13-strikeout gem, consider yourself lucky. You got a sneak peak at what a top five pick in next year's draft will look like. I can't remember ever witnessing a more dominating performance from a guy who gave up three runs in one inning.
But Cole hasn't been the only guy who's shone on college baseball's biggest stage. And not all of the "stars of Omaha" have been players eligible for next year's draft. Several, such as Florida State's Mike McGee, have shown the teams that drafted them this year that they might deserve a raise from what they might have been offered pre-Omaha.
So here are the players, in order of draft year, who have earned themselves the right to up the ante on their services.