Week 10 power rankings: Hawgs stay on top

 Chris Lee   in Baseball

Arkansas remains No. 1, but we've got shuffles elsewhere

Here are our Southeastern Conference baseball power rankings through nine weeks. Overall records, SEC records and RPI, as of Monday morning, are in parenthesis.

1. Arkansas (30-6, 11-4, 2): The Razorbacks are the only team to win all five of their conference series.

2. Vanderbilt (28-6, 11-4, 6): Commodores hand Vols their first series loss of the season--and in Knoxville, too.

3. Mississippi State (27-8, 10-5, 10): The Bulldogs haven't lost a mid-week game yet. 

4. Tennessee (29-8, 10-5, 4): The Vols have the most games (22) and wins (14) against Quad 1 RPI teams. 

5. South Carolina (24-10, 10-5, 11): The Gamecocks' 59 runs allowed in league games trails only Vanderbilt (58). 

6. Ole Miss (26-10, 9-6, 14): Rebels out-score MSU 16-12, but lose series. 

7. Florida (25-11, 9-6, 32): The Gators have the league's longest winning streak at five games.

8. Georgia (23-12, 7-8, 21): The Bulldogs tied a season high in runs in Sunday's 17-6 win at Kentucky. 

9. Alabama (22-13, 7-8, 23): Connor Prielipp returns, throwing an inning and allowing a run vs. Auburn. 

10. LSU (21-14, 4-11, 26): The Tigers' 3-11 Quad 1 record could easily be much better as they're 0-4 in one-run games there. 

11. Kentucky (22-11, 7-8, 54): 'Cats are the league's only team with all five remaining series against teams that would make the NCAA tournament (Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina, Vanderbilt) if the field were picked today.  

12. Texas A&M (21-17, 4-11, 87): Aggies' plus-73 run differential suggests win-loss record should be better. 

13. Auburn (14-18, 2-13, 80): The Tigers are the only team to lose each of their conference series.

14. Missouri (11-23, 4-11, 105): Mizzou rides a league-worst six-game losing streak.