I will second the comment made above 10 years ago about the Sunshine State Conference. I am a bit biased having played in it 3 decades ago. But it was strong then and, even with a few school subtractions and additions, the solid core remains. I will even go out on a limb and say that it's best schools would also be among the best at the Division 1 level (not counting the Power 5s). I also judge strength of conference by how many pros it produces. One small example, our roster had 6 draft picks over a 3-year period. Not too shabby for a D-II. Sunshine State is pretty high level baseball.