Baseball America includes Lee University pitcher Kris Hall among the top 100 college players eligible for the June 2012 baseball draft. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound right-hander is listed 81st by the publication and is 25th among those who have not been drafted before. Hall, a junior from Strongsville, Ohio, transferred to the NAIA power in Cleveland, Tenn., after his freshman season at NCAA Division I member Cleveland State University in Ohio. He appeared in 22 games and worked 26 innings as a Flames sophomore, recording eight saves with a 4-1 record. He struck out 40 batters, walked 17 and allowed 16 hits. "This is an amazing honor for Kris," Flames coach Mark Brew said in a Lee release. "We knew he was getting a lot of interest, but to see his name listed as one of the top 100 draft-eligible collegiate players speaks volumes about what scouts see in him. If he pitches well in the spring, this should solidify him as a high draft pick. He enjoyed a super fall and has made the adjustment from the bullpen to the front of our rotation." No. 1 on the Baseball America list is Stanford pitcher Mark Appel, who was drafted by the Tigers in 2009. The only other players from Tennessee schools in the top 100 are Vanderbilt left-hander Sam Selman 69th, Memphis righty Dan Langfield 70th and Vandy outfielder Mike Yastrzemski 98th.