Now that we're a little past the halfway point between opening day and the May 29 postseason selection show, how far have some teams come?

Back in February, before the season started, we took a look at the composite preseason top 25. Let's now compare that with where the teams stand in mid-April.

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NCAA.com collects the rankings from the NCBWA, D1Baseball.com, Baseball America, and the USA TODAY coaches poll. We'll also throw the Perfect Game and Collegiate Baseball rankings into the mix. Let's mold the six together from the week of April 10 and see where the cumulative top 25 stands.

Note: Stats are current as of April 10

Rank School NCBWA D1B USAT BA PG CB Prev. Notes
1 Oregon State 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 Cruising behind nation's best pitching (1.81 team ERA)
2 Louisville 2 2 2 2 2 3 8 SP/1B Brendan McKay is a phenom (.388 AVG, 1.40 ERA)
3 TCU 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 Preseason No. 1 has won 12 straight after 3-4 stretch in March
4 Clemson 4 4 4 5 4 4 13 Teams are wisely pitching around OF Seth Beer after 5 HRs in first 12 games
5 North Carolina 5 5 5 4 5 5 11 Allowing just 6.86 hits per nine innings, best in ACC
6 Texas Tech 6 6 6 6 6 6 21 LHP Steven Gingery having magnificent year (6-0, 1.00 ERA)
7 Arizona 7 7 7 7 7 7 16 Scoring over nine runs a game, best in nation
8 Cal State Fullerton 9 8 9 8 9 8 10 Four pitchers combined for 3-hit shutout against top scorer Arizona
9 LSU 8 9 8 9 12 10 3 LHP Jared Poche' made it 32 innings before allowing a run
10 South Carolina 11 14 11 17 8 13 5 RHP Clarke Schmidt has struck out 26 and allowed just 3 runs in SEC play
11 Auburn 16 11 13 10 18 9 NR Light power (HR leader is a 4-way tie with 4) could come back to haunt them
12 Florida 12 12 10 16 10 18 2 Offense (.245 team average) not doing enough for great pitching staff
13 Oklahoma 10 18 16 11 14 14 T-19 Top 10 in both strikeouts per nine and hits allowed per nine
14 Kentucky 15 10 14 15 15 16 NR 2.61 doubles per game are second-most in nation
15 Arkansas 13 15 15 19 13 11 NR Power up and down lineup; 13th in homers but no one more than 9
16 Virginia 14 20 12 14 17 17 17 Potent lineup led by OF/SP Adam Haseley (.413 AVG, 10 HR)
17 Mississippi State 21 21 21 13 20 15 NR 1B/DH Brent Rooker annihilating baseballs (1.457 OPS, 50 RBIs)
18 Southern Miss 17 16 18 21 NR 19 NR Very good lineup and pitching staff; rather few holes
19 Stanford 22 17 19 18 16 NR T-19 Chris Castellanos leads good pitching staff, but 4.4 runs a game not enough
20 Michigan 18 13 17 23 NR 25 NR Not afraid to run; Wolverines are third in country in steals per game
21 St. John's 19 22 20 24 NR 12 NR 4th in batting average, 11th in ERA; could be a dangerous team
22 Long Beach State 20 19 24 12 23 NR NR Won series at North Carolina and swept Cal State Fullerton at home
23 Houston 23 23 23 NR 11 NR NR Jake Scheiner (.404 AVG, 10 HR) has emerged as a star; team 3rd in ERA
24 Wake Forest 24 24 22 20 25 22 NR The top home run-hitting team has 7+ long balls from 5 players
25 Vanderbilt NR NR NR NR 19 20 7 OF Jeren Kendall and 1B Julian Infante are great 1-2 punch at top of lineup

Ten teams — No. 4 Florida State, No. 9 East Carolina, No. 12 NC State, No. 14 Louisiana, No. 15 Coastal Carolina, No. 18 Miami (Fla.), No. 22 Washington, No. 23 UC Santa Barbara, No. 23 Texas A&M, No. 25 Maryland — were ranked in the preseason but have dropped out.