LSU pitcher Ma'Khail Hilliard and outfielder Daniel Cabrera were both named Freshman All-Americans by Perfect Game this week.

Hilliard was voted to the first team and Cabrera was a second-team selection. Per LSUSports.net:
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Hilliard, a native of Central, La., was 9-5 this season with a 3.79 ERA in 17 appearances (12 starts). The right-hander is fifth in the SEC in wins, and he worked 76 innings, allowing 32 earned runs with 31 walks and 70 strikeouts. He began his collegiate career by firing 17 consecutive scoreless innings and did not allow a run until the first inning of a start versus Missouri on March 18.

Cabrera, a Baton Rouge, La., product, batted .315 this season with 18 doubles, two triples, eight homers and 54 RBI. A Freshman All-SEC selection, he is sixth in the league in both RBI and doubles.
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Hilliard has a sick curve ball. I'm actually pretty stoked for next year.
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Well deserved for both of these guys
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