D1Baseball Player of the Year Paul Skenes is one of three standouts from national champion LSU on the 2023 D1Baseball All-America teams. Skenes and teammate Dylan Crews are the only two players to earn All-America honors each of the last three years. Both of them were second-teamers as freshmen in 2021, and both made the first team in 2022 and 2023. They are joined by LSU third baseman Tommy White, who moves up from the third team as a freshman last year to the second team as a sophomore.
Florida outfielder Wyatt Langford, Southern Miss ace Tanner Hall, and Miami closer Andrew Walter are the only other repeat members of the first team, along with Skenes and Crews. Florida the College World Series runner-up, joined LSU with two players on the first team (Langford and national home run leader Jac Caglianone). The Gators have four All-Americans in all, with shortstop Josh Rivera and righthander Hurston Waldrep landing on the second team.
No. 1 national seed and CWS semifinalist Wake Forest leads all teams with six All-Americans in all and three players on the first team. Third baseman Brock Wilken and starting pitchers Josh Hartle and Rhett Lowder cracked the first team, while first baseman Nick Kurtz, righty Seth Keener and lefty Sean Sullivan all made the second team.
CWS participant Stanford landed two players on the first team (outfielder Alberto Rios plus ace lefty Quinn Mathews) plus another on the third team (third baseman Tommy Troy). Maryland also has three All-Americans, led by first-teamer Matthew Shaw. Miami, Oral Roberts and South Carolina placed two players apiece on the All-America teams.
D1Baseball editors and national writers selected the All-America teams.