This is the stuff I got from the UK head coach (John Cohen)
for backround he coached at Florida and on team USA
To begin he really stressed SEC was at a level above most college baseball
(I disagree, but it's interesting the SEC has won 75% of CWS games in the last decade)
Anyways here's the numbers if I remember right:
Average SEC pitcher is between 86-87 (lefty don't have to be quite as hard)
has to have atleast 2 pitches 3's probably better
The "tools" were (not this order) velocity, movement, command, controlled emotion, & heart
Big thing is with aluminum bats, it's hard to jam someone, that being said, 95 jumps of the bat a lot, lot harder than 75.
Average position player runs:
7 flat 60yd
(I think) 4.4 or 4.2 from home to first
I was really surprised I thought the numbers were a lot higher, and such.
Definately something that isn't easy but I felt like it's more attainable than I originally thought.
Granted I'm a HS freshman but those are the numbers and the impression I got.