A Loaded Class

Loaded 2020 class makes Super 60 tough to rank

Loaded 2020 class makes Super 60 tough to rank
North Shore's Zach Evans Takes No. 1 Spot for 2020. Via Vype

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The banners are down, the confetti is swept away and the decorative cakes are eaten. The 2019 National Signing Day is over.

Now it's on to the next. The excitement kicks off now as Matt Malatesta releases his Super 60 for the Class of 2020.

While the list will expand to 100 by May, this class is LOADED.

North Shore's Zach Evans leads the class as a program-changing running back, but it's the bigs who stealing the show.

Eleven of the Top 60 prospects are offensive linemen and eight are defensive linemen.

This is only the beginning and the list will shuffle over the next 11 months, so stay tuned and see who will become this year's household names on the field and on social media.


Find the list here

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The Braves blew the game open against Hader on Monday night. Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images.

When the Astros signed Josh Hader to anchor the back of the bullpen with Ryan Pressly and Bryan Abreu, we thought the club might have the best 'pen in MLB.

But at this early stage in the season, nobody is confusing these guys with Octavio Dotel, Brad Lidge, and Billy Wager.

Heading into the ninth inning on Monday night, the Astros handed the ball to Hader trailing the Braves 2-1. Instead of keeping the game close and giving the Astros' offense one more chance, the Braves teed off on the closer putting the game out of reach and ultimately winning 6-1.

Hader has one save on the season with an ERA over nine. Which has us wondering, do the Astros have a Hader problem?

Don't miss the video above as ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein weigh in!

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