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2016 MLB Draft Follow Lists – MAAC

One of my great regrets in doing conference lists rather than team profiles is the unfortunate inevitability of the prospects outside a conference’s top few names getting short shrift. With team profiles, there’s more time and space to get into some of the lesser prospects that are still fun to discuss as potential late-round sleepers. So without any huge names that I can see in this year’s class of MAAC draft prospects, let’s take a look at some of the prospects who would have gotten profiled in a team-by-team look instead.

Jose Carrera is listed at 5-6, 145 pounds, but nobody who has seen him believes he’s really that big. He struggled with the stick last season (.190 BA), but found other ways to contribute offensively: his 14 BB/9 K ratio led to a .358 OBP, his lack of size didn’t get in the way of some surprising pop showing through (168 ISO), and his above-average speed and smart base running was evident in his 15/16 success rate stealing bags. Carrera is one of my favorite college players already. I’m all about him as a 2017 senior-sign. For those of you who don’t want to wait another year for a senior-sign to love, there’s Lou Iannotti of Quinnipiac. Iannotti has great size (6-3, 200), above-average speed, a strong arm, and really impressive defensive instincts. It’s not the usual package one would expect out of a potential late-round senior-sign MAAC catching prospect, but Iannotti makes it work.

Kyano Cummings is a rarity as a lefty with a legit plus splitter. How rare is a lefthander who throws a split? Quick research revealed only five big league lefties even attempted the pitch last year: Jeremy Affeldt, Matt Reynolds, Ken Roberts, Andrew Faulkner, and Manny Parra. Fellow lefthanders Anthony Ciavarella (curve) and Frank Trimarco (change) don’t throw splitters (to my knowledge), but both have an out pitch of their own that they can rely on to miss bats.

Meanwhile, at the top of their respective lists sit Jake Lumley and Iannick Remillard from Canisius. Lumley is a reliable glove with above-average speed and a sound approach at the plate. Remillard has always been able to get swings and misses from his three-pitch mix headlined by a heater up to 93 MPH. Below them are real draft prospects that I can’t help but like such as Christ Conley (athletic catcher who can hit), Shaine Hughes (promising bat that could rise this spring with more exposure), Christian Santisteban (an all-caps FAVORITE as a hitter), Alex Vargas (undersized righthander with a really quick arm), Thomas Jankins (a crafty righty who can throw any one of his top four pitches in any count), and Bryan Goossens (intriguing senior-sign reliever option up to 94).

Hitters

  1. Canisius JR 2B/SS Jake Lumley
  2. Canisius JR C Christ Conley
  3. Monmouth rSO 3B/1B Shaine Hughes
  4. Manhattan SR 1B/OF Christian Santisteban
  5. Niagara SR 1B/2B Michael Fuhrman
  6. Siena JR OF Dan Swain
  7. Quinnipiac JR SS/2B Matt Batten
  8. Canisius SR 2B/SS Anthony Massicci
  9. Marist SR OF Graham McIntire
  10. Quinnipiac SR OF Rob Pescitelli
  11. Marist SR 2B Joey Aiola
  12. Marist rSR 1B/OF Steve Laurino
  13. Iona rJR 2B/SS Matt Byrne
  14. Manhattan JR SS Jose Carrera
  15. Quinnipiac SR C/1B Lou Iannotti
  16. Siena SR C Dave Hoffmann
  17. Siena JR OF Ryne Martinez
  18. Fairfield SR 1B Brendan Tracy
  19. Quinnipiac SR OF Mike Palladino
  20. Fairfield SR OF/SS Jake Salpietro
  21. Monmouth SR OF Dan Shea
  22. Marist JR OF Tyler Kirkpatrick
  23. Marist SR OF Matt Pagano
  24. St. Peter’s SR OF Rob Moore
  25. Rider SR OF James Locklear
  26. Quinnipiac SR 3B/RHP Joseph Burns
  27. St. Peter’s SR SS Jon Kristoffersen
  28. Siena SR 1B/OF Fred Smart

Pitchers

  1. Canisius SR RHP Iannick Remillard
  2. Quinnipiac JR RHP Alex Vargas
  3. Quinnipiac JR RHP Thomas Jankins
  4. Siena SR RHP Bryan Goossens
  5. Marist rSO RHP Scott Boches
  6. Monmouth JR RHP Ricky Dennis
  7. Siena SR LHP Kyano Cummings
  8. Monmouth SR LHP Anthony Ciavarella
  9. Monmouth SR LHP Frank Trimarco
  10. Rider rJR RHP Vincenzo Aiello
  11. Manhattan JR RHP Joey Rocchietti
  12. Quinnipiac JR RHP Greg Egan
  13. Manhattan JR RHP Matt Simonetti
  14. Manhattan SO LHP Tommy Cosgrove
  15. Siena JR LHP Chris Amorosi
  16. Canisius SR LHP Alex Godzak
  17. Manhattan JR LHP Joe Jacques
  18. Iona JR RHP Vinny Martin
  19. Marist rSR RHP Evan Davis
  20. Iona rJR LHP Andrew Pucillo
  21. Iona JR LHP Andrew Camiolo
  22. Marist JR RHP Tyler Dearden
  23. Quinnipiac rSR RHP Matthew Lorenzetti
  24. Quinnipiac JR LHP Matthew Osieja
  25. Quinnipiac SR LHP Justin Thomas
  26. St. Peter’s SR RHP John Leiter

Canisius

SR RHP Iannick Remillard (2016)
SR LHP Alex Godzak (2016)
JR RHP Josh Shepley (2016)
SR 2B/SS Anthony Massicci (2016)
JR 2B/SS Jake Lumley (2016)
JR C Christ Conley (2016)
SO LHP JP Stevenson (2017)
SO RHP Tyler Smith (2017)
SO 1B/3B Ryan Stekl (2017)
SO OF Adam Tricarico (2017)
SO C Jack Massa (2017)
SO 2B Ryan Creps (2017)
SO 2B/SS Alex O’Donnell (2017)
FR RHP Andrew Kneussie (2018)

High Priority Follows: Iannick Remillard, Alex Godzak, Anthony Massicci, Jake Lumley, Christ Conley

Fairfield

SR RHP Aaron Howell (2016)
JR LHP Mike Bonaiuto (2016)
JR RHP Kyle Dube (2016)
SR OF/SS Jake Salpietro (2016):
SR 1B Brendan Tracy (2016)
JR OF Dan Hopkins (2016)
JR OF Troy Scocca (2016)
FR 3B Jack Gethings (2018)
FR OF Tim Zeng (2018)

High Priority Follows: Jake Salpietro, Brendan Tracy

Iona

rJR LHP Andrew Pucillo (2016)
JR RHP Vinny Martin (2016)
JR LHP Andrew Camiolo (2016)
rJR 2B/SS Matt Byrne (2016)
SR C Carmine Palummo (2016)
JR C Alex Beckett (2016)
SR OF Travis Mistretta (2016)
SR SS Vinny DeMaria (2016)
SO RHP Patrick Ryan (2017)
SO RHP Joe DeRosa (2017)
SO OF Seth Hoagland (2017)
FR 2B Sean Breen (2018)

High Priority Follows: Andrew Pucillo, Vinny Martin, Andrew Camiolo, Matt Byrne

Manhattan

JR RHP Joey Rocchietti (2016)
JR RHP Matt Simonetti (2016)
JR LHP Joe Jacques (2016)
SO LHP Tommy Cosgrove (2016)
JR SS Jose Carrera (2016)
SR 1B/OF Christian Santisteban (2016)
SO OF Brendan Bisset (2017)
FR RHP Ryan Takacs (2018)

High Priority Follows: Joey Rocchietti, Matt Simonetti, Joe Jacques, Tommy Cosgrove, Jose Carrera, Christian Santisteban

Marist

rSO RHP Scott Boches (2016)
rSO RHP Sean Keenan (2016)
JR RHP Ryan Thomas (2016)
rSR RHP Chris Napolitano (2016)
rSR RHP Evan Davis (2016)
JR RHP Tyler Dearden (2016)
SR RHP Erik Bauer (2016)
SR OF Matt Pagano (2016)
SR OF Graham McIntire (2016)
SR 2B Joey Aiola (2016)
JR OF Tyler Kirkpatrick (2016)
SR SS John Brucker (2016)
rSR 1B/OF Steve Laurino (2016)
rJR OF Zachary Racusin (2016)
rSR C Mark Swertfager (2016)
SO RHP Michael Hunter (2017)
SO LHP Charlie Jerla (2017)
SO LHP Tony Romanelli (2017)
FR SS Jack Shirk (2018)

High Priority Follows: Scott Boches, Evan Davis, Tyler Dearden, Erik Bauer, Matt Pagano, Graham McIntire, Joey Aiola, Tyler Kirkpatrick, Steve Laurino, Mark Swertfager

Monmouth

SR LHP Anthony Ciavarella (2016)
SR LHP Frank Trimarco (2016)
JR RHP Ricky Dennis (2016)
rSO 3B/1B Shaine Hughes (2016)
SR OF Dan Shea (2016)
SR C Cary Jacobson (2016)
SR SS Robbie Alessandrine (2016)
JR 2B/SS Grant Lamberton (2016)
JR OF Chris Gaetano (2016)
JR C/1B Ryan Bailey (2016)
SO LHP Justin Andrews (2017)
SO LHP Mike Brambilla (2017)
SO INF Justin Trochiano (2017)
SO OF Pete Papcun (2017)
FR RHP Joe Molettiere (2018)
FR INF/RHP Jordan McCrum (2018)

High Priority Follows: Anthony Ciavarella, Frank Trimarco, Ricky Dennis, Shaine Hughes, Dan Shea, Robbie Alessandrine, Chris Gaetano, Ryan Bailey

Niagara

SR RHP Ben Zaccagnino (2016)
JR RHP Kevin Lucas (2016)
JR RHP Daniel Procopio (2016)
JR LHP Michael Bucci (2016)
rJR RHP Matt McCuen (2016)
SR 1B/2B Michael Fuhrman (2016)
rSR OF Taylor Hackett (2016)
rJR 3B Greg Rodgers (2016)
rJR OF Hayden Coll (2016)
JR C Joel Brophy (2016)
SO RHP Zachary Kolodziejski (2017)
SO OF/3B Tanner Kirwer (2017)
FR SS Greg Cullen (2018)

High Priority Follows: Michael Bucci, Matt McCuen, Michael Fuhrman, Hayden Coll

Quinnipiac

JR RHP Alex Vargas (2016)
SR LHP Justin Thomas (2016)
JR LHP Matthew Osieja (2016)
JR RHP Thomas Jankins (2016)
JR RHP Greg Egan (2016)
SR RHP Joseph Scaglione (2016)
rSR RHP Matthew Lorenzetti (2016)
SR 3B/RHP Joseph Burns (2016)
SR OF Mike Palladino (2016)
SR OF Rob Pescitelli (2016)
SR C/1B Lou Iannotti (2016)
SR 2B Ryan Nelson (2016)
JR C Matt Oestreicher (2016)
JR SS/2B Matt Batten (2016)
SR OF John Bodenhamer (2016)
SO RHP Robert Hitt (2017)
SO RHP Taylor Luciani (2017)
SO LHP Wyatt Hamilton (2017)
SO 1B/RHP Ben Gibson (2017)
SO OF Julius Saporito (2017)
FR OF Brian Moskey (2018)

High Priority Follows: Alex Vargas, Justin Thomas, Matthew Osieja, Thomas Jankins, Greg Egan, Matthew Lorenzetti, Joseph Burns, Mike Palladino, Rob Pescitelli, Lou Iannotti, Matt Batten

Rider

rJR RHP Vincenzo Aiello (2016)
JR RHP Josh Sharik (2016)
SR OF James Locklear (2016)
SO LHP Nick Margevicius (2017)
SO OF Brian Uliana (2017)
FR RHP Brett Kosciolek (2018)
FR 1B Richie Tecco (2018)

High Priority Follows: Vincenzo Aiello, James Locklear

Siena

SR RHP Bryan Goossens (2016)
SR LHP Kyano Cummings (2016)
JR LHP Chris Amorosi (2016)
JR OF Dan Swain (2016)
JR OF Ryne Martinez (2016)
SR 1B/OF Fred Smart (2016)
SR C Dave Hoffmann (2016)
SR OF Alex Tuccio (2016)
SR C Dave Hoffman (2016)
SO RHP Ryan Bellomo (2017)
SO 2B/SS Jordan Bishop (2017)
SO 1B Joe Drpich (2017)
FR LHP Tommy Miller (2018)
FR RHP Dylan D’Anna (2018)
FR 3B Jordan Folgers (2018)

High Priority Follows: Bryan Goossens, Kyano Cummings, Chris Amorosi, Dan Swain, Ryne Martinez, Fred Smart, Dave Hoffmann

St. Peter’s

SR RHP John Leiter (2016)
JR RHP Kevin Soriano (2016)
SR OF Rob Moore (2016)
SR SS Jon Kristoffersen (2016)
SO RHP Anthony Assante (2017)
SO OF Nick Ciocco (2017)

High Priority Follows: John Leiter, Rob Moore, Jon Kristoffersen

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2018 MLB Draft – Pitchers

Alabama A&M rJR RHP Quentin Alsbrooks: 90-93 FB; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 5.87 K/9 – 15.26 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 12.52 ERA)
Alabama A&M SR RHP Blaine Milam: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; 6-3, 225 pounds (2017: 3.60 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 5.73 ERA) (2018: 4.26 K/9 – 6.30 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 11.47 ERA)
Alabama rSO RHP Davis Vainer: 90-94 FB; above-average 82-83 CB/SL, flashes plus; 84 CU; 6-2, 180 pounds (2017: 14.02 K/9 – 8.15 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 4.55 ERA) (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 4.46 ERA)
Alabama SR RHP Jake Walters: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; average 82-85 cut-SL; 81-84 CU; CB; 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: 9.96 K/9 – 4.34 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 3.38 ERA) (2016: 8.97 K/9 – 3.74 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 2.67 ERA) (2017: 7.97 K/9 – 4.48 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 3.98 ERA) (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.73 ERA)
Alabama State JR RHP Darrius Wright: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; good SL; 5-11, 180 pounds (2018: 6.97 K/9 – 5.10 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 2.36 ERA)
Alabama State JR RHP Terrell McCall: 87-91 FB; 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: 6.50 K/9 – 5.89 BB/9 – 44.1 IP – 7.31 ERA) (2017: 10.91 K/9 – 3.82 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.64 ERA)
Alabama State SR LHP Ivanniel Vazquez: 83-85 FB; 5-7, 155 pounds (2015: 9.60 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2017: 7.44 K/9 – 4.06 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 7.43 ERA) (2017: 8.38 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 66.2 IP – 4.86 ERA)
Alabama State SR RHP Darren Kelly: 88-92 FB; good SL; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: 12.00 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 7.00 ERA) (2016: 10.67 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 4.33 ERA) (2017: 11.36 K/9 – 9.61 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 7.84 ERA) (2018: 16.04 K/9 – 0.78 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 1.96 ERA)
Albany JR RHP Brendan Smith: 6-3, 220 pounds (2017: 6.64 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 4.37 ERA) (2018: 9.39 K/9 – 5.18 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 6.14 ERA)
Albany JR RHP Dominic Savino: low-90s FB; 6-6, 200 pounds (2016: 6.11 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 3.05 ERA) (2017: 4.97 K/9 – 3.72 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 2.48 ERA) (2018: 7.83 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 3.63 ERA)
Albany rJR RHP Angelo Spedafino: 6-4, 225 pounds (2016: 7.35 K/9 – 5.59 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 5.87 ERA) (2017: 5.77 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 3.45 ERA) (2018: 10.09 K/9 – 5.43 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 6.17 ERA)
Alcorn State JR RHP Carlos Lopez: 6-3, 250 pounds (2016: 6.71 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 51.0 IP – 7.24 ERA) (2017: 7.17 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 3.33 ERA) (2018: 10.37 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 4.90 ERA)
Alcorn State rSR RHP Regynold Johnson: mid-90s peak; 6-1, 175 pounds (2017: 4.94 K/9 – 5.98 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 8.31 ERA) (2018: 5.54 K/9 – 13.85 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 20.77 ERA)
Alcorn State SR RHP Jahborus Smith: upper-80s FB with sink; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: 8.41 K/9 – 4.29 BB/9 – 50.1 IP – 7.74 ERA) (2017: 7.03 K/9 – 5.60 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 7.03 ERA) (2018: 9.59 K/9 – 6.42 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 6.18 ERA)
Alvin JC SO RHP Kevin Roliard: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; good CU; Texas transfer (2018: 11.86 K/9 – 8.80 BB/9)
Appalachian State SR RHP Luke Watts: 87-91 FB; good CB; CU; 6-2, 225 pounds (2015: 7.62 K/9 – 4.85 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 11.08 ERA) (2016: 7.45 K/9 – 2.48 BB/9 – 29.0 IP – 2.48 ERA) (2017: 7.05 K/9 – 2.39 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 5.85 ERA) (2018: 8.47 K/9 – 4.35 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 2.29 ERA)
Arizona JR RHP Cody Deason: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 76-83 CB/SL, flashes plus; average 84-86 CU; good command; deceptive; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 7.19 K/9 – 2.59 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 3.73 ERA) (2017: 8.23 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 53.2 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 8.31 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 2.87 ERA)
Arkansas JR LHP Kacey Murphy: 86-90 FB, 91 peak; above-average 77-82 CB/SL; 78-82 CU; deceptive; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 10.86 K/9 – 6.98 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 8.49 ERA) (2017: 12.41 K/9 – 3.83 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 3.65 ERA) (2018: 7.57 K/9 – 1.64 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 2.86 ERA)
Arkansas JR RHP Barrett Loseke: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; 71-74 CB; 79-81 SL; good CU; good athlete; 6-0, 175 pounds (2016: 9.66 K/9 – 5.52 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 3.03 ERA) (2017: 9.84 K/9 – 5.98 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 4.21 ERA) (2018: 11.39 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 3.35 ERA)
Arkansas JR RHP Blaine Knight: 87-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; average to above-average 77-84 cut-SL, plus upside; 72-78 CB, flashes average; two breaking balls can morph into one when CB velo is up; average 80-87 CU, plus upside; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 170 pounds (2016: 8.57 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 2.98 ERA) (2017: 9.54 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 3.28 ERA) (2018: 8.31 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 2.74 ERA)
Arkansas JR RHP Jake Reindl: 90-92 FB, 94 peak; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 8.72 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 2.31 ERA) (2018: 11.66 K/9 – 3.07 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 2.66 ERA)
Arkansas rSO RHP Isaiah Campbell: 88-94 FB, 96-97 peak; average to above-average 80-86 cut-SL flashes plus; average 72-78 CB; 81-87 CU; FAVORITE; 6-4, 225 pounds (2016: 6.55 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 3.69 ERA) (2018: 9.26 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 4.01 ERA)
Arkansas SO LHP/OF Evan Lee: 89-95 FB, 96 peak; above-average 75-79 CB/SL; average 82 CU; good athlete; plus speed; 6-2, 190 pounds (2017: 10.20 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2017: .333/.451/.405 – 7 BB/7 K – 1/1 SB – 42 AB) (2018: .300/.383/.520 – 8 BB/13 K – 1/1 SB – 50 AB) (2018: 7.00 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 5.00 ERA)
Arkansas State JR RHP Peyton Culbertson: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; CB; 81 SL; good 83 CU; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 6.49 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 5.44 ERA) (2017: 8.70 K/9 – 4.22 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 6.32 ERA) (2018: 8.54 K/9 – 5.51 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 3.73 ERA)
Arkansas-Pine Bluff rSO RHP Antoine Luster: 90-92 FB; good CB/SL; 5-11, 200 pounds (2017: 3.31 K/9 – 6.62 BB/9 – 13.2 IP – 9.88 ERA) (2018: 4.00 K/9 – 10.00 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 8.64 ERA)
Arkansas-Pine Bluff SR RHP Nathan Sawrie: upper-80s FB; good CU; CB/SL; 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: 3.61 K/9 – 5.65 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 6.12 ERA) (2018: 4.67 K/9 – 4.85 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 7.96 ERA)
Army JR LHP Cam Opp: 87-90 FB; good CU; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 5.35 K/9 – 5.11 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 4.86 ERA) (2017: 8.24 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 6.18 ERA) (2018: 10.09 K/9 – 3.74 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 2.44 ERA)
Army JR LHP Tyler Giovinco: mid-80s FB; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 5.36 K/9 – 6.96 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 8.02 ERA) (2017: 6.26 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 4.17 ERA) (2018: 7.81 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 3.39 ERA)
Army JR RHP Daniel Burggraaf: 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 9.86 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 42.0 IP – 3.21 ERA) (2018: 12.08 K/9 – 3.98 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 2.38 ERA)
Army JR RHP Sam Messina: 90-93 FB; good SL; 6-2, 190 pounds (2017: 11.87 K/9 – 8.57 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 5.27 ERA) (2018: 10.00 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)
Army SR RHP Matt Ball: 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 7.62 K/9 – 5.31 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 3.92 ERA) (2016: 6.57 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 5.37 ERA) (2017: 4.88 K/9 – 6.51 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 9.18 ERA) (2018: 10.43 K/9 – 2.51 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 3.27 ERA)
Auburn JR RHP Casey Mize: 89-95 FB, 96-97 peak; average 78-82 CB (scrapped in 2018, some see it as the SL), above-average upside; average 81-87 SL, flashes above-average (consistently so in 2018); above-average to plus 82-88 split-CU (mostly plus in 2018, comes both soft and hard), plus-plus upside; new above-average 87-91 cut-SL, easy plus upside; good athlete; FAVORITE; shades of Ohtani, Tanaka, Gausman; Fitt: Cole/Eshelman remix; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 7.70 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 3.52 ERA) (2017: 11.73 K/9 – 0.97 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 2.04 ERA) (2018: 12.40 K/9 – 0.99 BB/9 – 109.2 IP – 2.95 ERA)
Auburn rSR LHP Andrew Mitchell: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 73-80 CB, flashes plus; 83 CU; LSU transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 8.10 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 60.0 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2017: 6.94 K/9 – 5.91 BB/9 – 35.0 IP – 5.14 ERA) (2018: 11.62 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 4.01 ERA)
Auburn SO RHP Davis Daniel: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; 74-78 CB, plus upside; 80-82 SL; 82-85 CU; above-average 85-86 cut-SL; 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 7.81 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 5.89 ERA) (2018: 9.16 K/9 – 4.42 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 5.21 ERA)
Azusa Pacific JR RHP Isaiah Carranza: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-84 split-CU; 75-79 CB; plus 80-85 SL; good command; good athlete; Oregon transfer; Conroy comp: Samardzija; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds (2016: 4.68 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.63 ERA) (2018: 10.46 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9)
Baylor rSR RHP Alex Phillips: Arkansas transfer; 6-4, 230 pounds (2017: 8.22 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 5.83 ERA) (2018: 9.62 K/9 – 1.60 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 2.75 ERA)
Baylor rSR RHP Drew Robertson: 88-91 FB with sink; 83-85 SL, flashes above-average; 6-1, 180 pounds (2016: 7.00 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 6.50 ERA) (2017: 10.74 K/9 – 8.15 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 3.70 ERA) (2018: 10.76 K/9 – 1.96 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 1.95 ERA)
Baylor SO RHP Jacob Ashkinos: 87-92 FB; splitter; SL/CB; CU; 6-1, 225 pounds (2018: 9.49 K/9 – 6.33 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.26 ERA)
Baylor SR RHP Joe Heineman: 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: 7.85 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 3.48 ERA) (2017: 10.14 K/9 – 5.22 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2018: 11.35 K/9 – 1.96 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 1.96 ERA)
Belmont JR RHP Dylan King: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 73-76 CB; 81-84 CU; 6-4, 215 pounds (2016: 5.59 K/9 – 3.65 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 6.32 ERA) (2017: 11.57 K/9 – 2.68 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 4.07 ERA)
Bethune-Cookman SR RHP Ivan Coutinho: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 8.40 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 3.30 ERA) (2018: 13.10 K/9 – 4.84 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 3.13 ERA)
Bethune-Cookman SR RHP Tyler Norris: 86-91 FB; good CU; good SL; 6-1, 180 pounds (2016: 9.18 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 6.83 K/9 – 3.52 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.42 ERA) (2018: 7.36 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 4.62 ERA)
Binghamton JR RHP Nick Gallagher: upper-80s FB; plus CU; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 4.46 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 6.53 ERA) (2017: 7.39 K/9 – 4.08 BB/9 – 70.2 IP – 2.67 ERA) (2018: 8.09 K/9 – 4.25 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 4.52 ERA)
Binghamton rSR RHP Jacob Wloczewski: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 72-74 CB; good 79-80 SL; CU; 6-3, 180 pounds (2016: 3.06 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 50.0 IP – 3.06 ERA) (2017: 7.98 K/9 – 2.47 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 3.19 ERA) (2018: 7.07 K/9 – 4.82 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 7.07 ERA)
Binghamton SR RHP Joe Orlando: 87-91 FB, 93 peak; 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: 5.81 K/9 – 2.78 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 3.53 ERA) (2018: 6.76 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 4.62 ERA)
Boston College JR LHP Dan Metzdorf: mid-80s FB; good command; 5-10, 165 pounds (2017: 5.40 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 5.06 ERA) (2018: 7.96 K/9 – 3.91 BB/9 – 69.0 IP- 5.74 ERA)
Boston College JR LHP Zach Stromberg: 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 6.36 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 3.49 ERA) (2017: 8.11 K/9 – 5.79 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 5.79 ERA) (2018: 9.23 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 27.1 IP- 2.96 ERA)
Boston College JR RHP Jacob Stevens: 85-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good 75-81 CB/SL; average 80-82 CU; plus FB command; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: 8.48 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 2.54 ERA) (2017: 7.92 K/9 – 4.55 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 5.10 ERA) (2018: 8.92 K/9 – 4.72 BB/9 – 70.2 IP- 4.84 ERA)
Boston College JR RHP John Witkowski: 89-92 FB with sink; good low-80s SL; 6-5, 215 pounds (2016: 8.87 K/9 – 3.55 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 3.10 ERA) (2017: 4.14 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 6.06 ERA) (2018: 8.28 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 25.0 IP- 7.20 ERA)
Boston College JR RHP Sean Hughes: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; low-80s CB; 6-1, 240 pounds (2018: 11.39 K/9 – 9.76 BB/9 – 16.2 IP- 3.24 ERA)
Boston College SR RHP Brian Rapp: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 84-86 SL; good 76-80 CB, above-average upside; 81-85 CU; 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: 13.00 K/9 – 5.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 5.67 ERA) (2017: 7.04 K/9 – 4.15 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 4.90 ERA) (2018: 9.43 K/9 – 4.72 BB/9 – 70.2 IP- 3.57 ERA)
Bucknell JR LHP Jack Grabek: mid-80s FB; 6-0, 150 pounds (2016: 5.61 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 5.35 ERA) (2017: 10.23 K/9 – 6.82 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 8.62 ERA) (2017: 8.03 K/9 – 10.77 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 6.39 ERA)
Bucknell JR RHP Jeff Gottesman: mid-80s FB; good SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 6.80 K/9 – 5.20 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2017: 4.67 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 6.33 ERA) (2017: 7.56 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 2.85 ERA)
Bucknell SR RHP Connor Van Hoose: 86-90 FB; 75-78 CB; low-80s CU; above-average command; 6-1, 175 pounds (2016: 8.04 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2017: 10.52 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 2.28 ERA) (2017: 12.74 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 76.1 IP – 2.36 ERA)
Butler JR RHP Sam Hubbe: 86-88 FB; good SL; deceptive; 6-2, 180 pounds (2017: 4.57 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 3.16 ERA) (2018: 5.47 K/9 – 3.81 BB/9 – 54.1 IP – 3.31 ERA)
Butler rJR LHP Connor Mitchell: 91 FB; good cutter; CB; CU; 6-4, 170 pounds (2017: 7.02 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 59.0 IP – 3.36 ERA) (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 2.49 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.85 ERA)
Butler SR RHP/1B Garrett Christman: 87-88 FB; plus CU; good defensive tools; can also play 3B; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .320/.390/.376 – 17 BB/34 K – 1/2 SB – 178 AB) (2016: .192/.272/.212 – 15 BB/33 K – 1/1 SB – 156 AB) (2017: .268/.340/.310 – 16 BB/38 K – 1/1 SB – 168 AB) (2017: 8.79 K/9 – 1.95 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 2.60 ERA) (2018: 5.95 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 3.47 ERA)
Cal Poly JR RHP Bobby Ay: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; (2016: 5.07 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 5.91 ERA) (2017: 4.83 K/9 – 4.25 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 5.40 ERA)
Cal Poly JR RHP Cameron Schneider: 92 FB; 6-8, 250 pounds (2016: 9.84 K/9 – 4.92 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.96 ERA) (2017: 8.31 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 26.0 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2018: 8.27 K/9 – 7.00 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 6.99 ERA)
Cal Poly JR RHP Michael Clark: 87-89 FB with plus sink; good 78-80 CU; 79-80 SL; 6-0, 170 pounds (2017: 6.67 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 2.59 ERA) (2018: 8.00 K/9 – 4.59 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 5.90 ERA)
Cal Poly SR LHP Kyle Smith: plus CU; 5-10, 180 pounds (2015: 6.43 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.96 ERA) (2016: 8.52 K/9 – 2.30 BB/9 – 94.0 IP – 3.64 ERA) (2017: 7.68 K/9 – 6.88 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 5.56 ERA) (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 7.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 7.50 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Andrew Quezeda: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; average 80-85 cut-SL; average 81-85 CU, flashes better; good command; 6-1, 175 pounds (2018: 6.29 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 3.90 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Blake Workman: 90-92 FB; good upper-70s CB; splitter; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 7.80 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.27 ERA) (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 2.75 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.27 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Brett Conine: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 80-83 CU, flashes above-average; average to above-average 75-80 CB; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds (2016: 7.20 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 5.10 ERA) (2017: 8.54 K/9 – 1.19 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 1.39 ERA) (2018: 9.35 K/9 – 1.77 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 4.29 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Colton Eastman: 87-93 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average mid-70s (73-80 CB) SL/CB; plus 78-85 split-CU; great command; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 8.95 K/9 – 1.79 BB/9 – 100.2 IP – 2.24 ERA) (2017: 9.91 K/9 – 4.29 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 2.14 ERA) (2018: 9.38 K/9 – 2.26 BB/9 – 103.2 IP – 2.26 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Gavin Velasquez: 85-89 FB; good 70-72 CB; good 76-79 CU; good command; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 4.66 K/9 – 2.33 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 2.33 ERA) (2017: 4.89 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 4.45 ERA) (2018: 6.75 K/9 – 7.88 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 7.88 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Joe Wills: 89-93 FB; good SL/CB; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 8.35 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 9.19 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Tommy Wilson: 90-92 FB, 93 peak; good CU; 6-4, 220 pounds (2018: 8.46 K/9 – 2.47 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 2.93 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton rSO LHP Erik Cha: 88-92 FB; 76-79 SL; 6-3, 190 pounds (2017: 3.81 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 26.0 IP – 4.85 ERA) (2018: 4.84 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 3.86 ERA)
Cal State Fullerton SR RHP Jack Pabich: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 6-4, 200 pounds (2017: 7.55 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 5.52 ERA)
Cal State Northridge SR RHP Andrew Weston: 92 FB; CB; SL; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: 7.41 K/9 – 3.44 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2016: 4.66 K/9 – 2.53 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 3.19 ERA) (2017: 5.18 K/9 – 2.34 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 4.16 ERA) (2018: 7.54 K/9 – 2.66 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 3.10 ERA)
Cal State Northridge SR RHP Hayden Shenefield: 6-1, 175 pounds (2018: 9.66 K/9 – 3.04 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 3.86 ERA)
California Baptist JR RHP Justin Montgomery: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 82-87 cut-SL with plus upside; 81-84 CB; 83-86 CU, plus upside; good athlete; 6-6, 200 pounds (2018: 11.93 K/9 – 6.52 BB/9)
California JR RHP/OF Tanner Dodson: 89-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 80-87 cut-SL, plus upside; above-average 72-76 CB; 83-86 CU; legit hit tool; great athlete; CF range; plus arm; another potential Haseley comp; FAVORITE; 6-1, 175 pounds (2016: 4.24 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.36 ERA) (2017: 8.31 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 5.37 ERA) (2017: .299/.360/.457 – 15 BB/25 K – 4/4 SB – 184 AB) (2018: .320/.384/.386 – 19 BB/40 K – 12/17 SB – 228 AB) (2018: 7.88 K/9 – 1.58 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 2.48 ERA)
Campbell JR RHP Tyson Messer: low-90s FB; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 7.58 K/9 – 7.58 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 11.85 ERA) (2017: 9.38 K/9 – 9.16 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 4.24 ERA) (2018: 9.58 K/9 – 8.90 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 3.76 ERA)
Campbell rSR LHP Andrew Witczak: low-90s FB; TJ survivor; 6-4, 200 pounds (2014: 5.28 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 29 IP – 6.21 ERA) (2015: 5.40 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 2.10 ERA) (2017: 5.91 K/9 – 6.19 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 7.88 ERA) (2018: 16.60 K/9 – 7.86 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 5.23 ERA)
Campbell rSR RHP Alan Winans: TJ survivor; 6-3, 185 pounds (2017: 6.14 K/9 – 2.63 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 6.42 ERA) (2018: 10.54 K/9 – 2.72 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 2.61 ERA)
Catawba JC rSO LHP Julian Smith: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; average 75-77 CB; CU; TJ survivor; 6-4, 190 pounds (2018: 14.81 K/9 – 3.65 BB/9)
Central Arizona SO RHP Nick Trogerlic-Iverson: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; average CU; average CB; average SL; 6-1, 175 pounds (2018: 10.68 K/9 – 3.52 BB/9)
Central Arkansas SR RHP Tyler Gray: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good CB; mid-80s cutter; 6-2, 180 pounds (2015: 6.86 K/9 – 1.71 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 2.14 ERA) (2016: 9.15 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 3.34 ERA) (2017: 9.14 K/9 – 3.49 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 3.80 ERA) (2018: 10.70 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 97.2 IP – 3.32 ERA)
Central Florida JR LHP Bryce Tucker: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; good low-80s CU; 79-83 SL, flashes above-average; deceptive; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 7.63 K/9 – 6.04 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2017: 13.03 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 1.66 ERA) (2018: 11.84 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 2.02 ERA)
Central Florida JR RHP Garrett Westberg: 91-92 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 11.63 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 1.13 ERA)
Central Florida JR RHP JJ Montgomery: 90-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; 82-84 SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2018: 10.47 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 2.54 ERA)
Central Florida JR RHP Jordan Spicer: 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; 76-79 CB; above-average 80-85 cut-SL, plus upside; CU; 6-3, 210 pounds (*2017: 9.17 K/9 – 2.59 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 1.94 ERA) (2018: 10.26 K/9 – 3.26 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 6.05 ERA)
Central Florida rJR RHP Chris Williams: 87-89 FB; 78-79 SL; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: 6.92 K/9 – 4.62 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 2.30 ERA) (2017: 5.54 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 2.65 ERA) (2018: 7.65 K/9 – 1.65 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 2.81 ERA)
Central Florida rJR RHP Cre Finfrock: 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; average or better 77-84 SL, sometimes called his CB; average or better 79-81 CU; 73-76 CB; good athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 6.89 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 3.30 ERA) (2016: 8.49 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 80.2 IP – 4.35 ERA) (2018: 9.38 K/9 – 5.44 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 3.56 ERA)
Central Florida SO RHP Thad Ward: 88-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; 82-85 SL; 81 CU; 6-3, 175 pounds (2016: 4.95 K/9 – 6.30 BB/9 – 20.0 IP – 5.85 ERA) (2017: 8.18 K/9 – 3.22 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 2.23 ERA) (2018: 11.94 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 63.1 IP – 3.24 ERA)
Central Florida SR RHP Eric Hepple: 90-92 FB, 93 peak; 76-80 SL/CB; 88-89 cutter; 6-1, 220 pounds (2016: 7.80 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 6.60 ERA) (2017: 9.17 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 0.87 ERA) (2018: 10.92 K/9 – 3.64 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 4.41 ERA)
Central Michigan rJR RHP/OF Dazon Cole: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 83-87 CU, above-average upside; average 85-87 SL; plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; plus athlete; average or better arm; has experience at C; 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: 4.43 K/9 – 9.10 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA) (2016: .258/.330/.296 – 15 BB/34 K – 5/9 SB – 159 AB) (2017: .268/.344/.366 – 9 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 82 AB) (2017: 5.01 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 5.92 ERA) (2018: 8.49 K/9 – 5.33 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 4.53 ERA)
Charleston Southern rSR RHP Wil Hartsell: 6-0, 190 pounds (2014: 9.00 K/9 – 1.42 BB/9 – 19 IP – 2.37 ERA) (2016: 7.50 K/9 – 2.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 2.00 ERA) (2017: 8.82 K/9 – 2.68 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 5.61 ERA) (2018: 10.69 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 4.69 ERA)
Charleston Southern SO RHP Nik Constantakos: 90-94 FB; 75-78 CB; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: 10.55 K/9 – 2.25 BB/9 – 64.0 IP – 4.92 ERA) (2018: 8.63 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 4.88 ERA)
Charleston Southern SR LHP Daniel Johnson: 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: 5.68 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 5.82 ERA) (2017: 12.95 K/9 – 2.20 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 2.85 ERA) (2018: 10.64 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 53.1 IP – 4.05 ERA)
Charleston Southern SR RHP Cody Smith: 94 peak; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 11.08 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 1.77 ERA) (2017: 13.82 K/9 – 1.93 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 1.61 ERA) (2018: 13.66 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 29.0 IP – 5.59 ERA)
Charleston Southern SR RHP Taylor Cox: 6-1, 200 pounds (2018: 13.27 K/9 – 7.50 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 4.60 ERA)
Cincinnati JR LHP/1B Cameron Alldred: 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .241/.359/.287 – 16 BB/27 K – 1/1 SB – 87 AB) (2017: 6.39 K/9 – 5.47 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 4.85 ERA) (2017: .161/.188/.226 – 1 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 31 AB) (2018: 9.61 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 79.2 IP – 3.95 ERA)
Cincinnati JR RHP Clayton Colvin: 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 5.88 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 26.0 IP – 4.85 ERA) (2017: 3.87 K/9 – 5.32 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 7.23 ERA) (2018: 11.77 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 3.18 ERA)
Cincinnati SR LHP JT Perez: 83-88 FB; SL; CU; good command; 6-5, 215 pounds (2015: 4.91 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 22.0 IP – 5.73 ERA) (2016: 5.74 K/9 – 1.38 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 2.97 ERA) (2017: 6.99 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 4.42 ERA) (2018: 6.80 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 2.68 ERA)
Clemson JR RHP Ryley Gilliam: 88-92 FB, 94-96 peak; plus 77-81 CB; 87-90 cutter, plus upside; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 4.65 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 6.10 ERA) (2017: 12.86 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 35.0 IP – 2.57 ERA) (2018: 13.14 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 0.99 ERA)
Clemson JR RHP/1B Brooks Crawford: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; average 77-84 CB/SL with plus upside; above-average 80-85 CU; plus raw power; 6-5, 220 pounds (2016: 5.02 K/9 – 3.69 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 3.66 ERA) (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 22.0 IP – 1.23 ERA) (2018: 6.69 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 3.35 ERA)
Clemson rSO LHP Jake Higginbotham: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 74-79 CB flashes plus; 82 SL; CU; 5-11, 170 pounds (2016: 7.57 K/9 – 5.68 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 4.59 ERA) (2018: 7.25 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 77.0 IP – 3.27 ERA)
Clemson SO LHP Mitchell Miller: 88-94 FB; 78-81 SL/CB, above-average upside; 84-86 CU; 6-4, 185 pounds
Clemson SR RHP Ryan Miller: 86-94 FB, 96 peak; 77-79 SL; 82-84 CU; 74 CB; TJ survivor; Florida Atlantic transfer; 6-1, 180 pounds (2017: 8.53 K/9 – 1.55 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 3.09 ERA) (2018: 8.21 K/9 – 2.12 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 2.40 ERA)
Coastal Carolina JR RHP Jason Bilous: 87-96 FB with sink, 99-100 peak; average 82-87 CU, flashes plus; above-average 83-87 SL, flashes plus; TJ survivor; young for class; command and control both still all over the place; FAVORITE; 2018: 91-95 FB; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: 9.48 K/9 – 7.06 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 4.43 ERA) (2017: 10.27 K/9 – 7.19 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 4.61 ERA) (2018: 11.34 K/9 – 7.13 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 4.00 ERA)
Coastal Carolina rJR RHP Bobby Holmes: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 82-86 cut-SL with above-average upside, will flash plus; 79-81 CB; 81-82 CU; legit four-pitch mix; good athlete; out in 2018 (TJ); 6-3, 175 pounds (2015: 7.98 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 2.90 ERA) (2016: 7.97 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 4.20 ERA) (2017: 7.95 K/9 – 4.60 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 2.51 ERA)
College of Charleston JR RHP Nathan Ocker: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; average 77-81 CB/SL; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 8.94 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 4.25 ERA) (2017: 10.38 K/9 – 1.15 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 3.29 ERA) (2018: 11.38 K/9 – 1.42 BB/9 – 44.1 IP – 2.03 ERA)
Columbia JR LHP Lucas Hall: 6-2, 215 pounds (2018: 12.74 K/9 – 5.18 BB/9 – 22.2 IP – 1.59 ERA)
Connecticut JR LHP Chase Gardner: 84-92 FB, 93 peak; good 75-81 SL/CB; good split-CU; San Francisco transfer; 6-6, 240 pounds (2018: 7.93 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 3.76 ERA)
Connecticut JR LHP PJ Poulin: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 78-83 CB/SL, flashes above-average; split-CU; plus athlete; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 7.33 K/9 – 3.14 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2017: 7.33 K/9 – 3.54 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 3.28 ERA) (2018: 11.15 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 3.30 ERA)
Connecticut JR LHP Tim Cate: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 77-84 CB; above-average 82-86 CU with plus upside; good athlete; Monroy comp: Ted Lilly; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: 11.04 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 2.73 ERA) (2017: 12.14 K/9 – 3.69 BB/9 – 75.2 IP – 3.33 ERA) (2018: 11.61 K/9 – 3.23 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 3.23 ERA)
Connecticut JR RHP Jeffrey Kersten: 87-91 FB with sink; SL; CU; 6-4, 200 pounds (2018: 5.40 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 4.21 ERA)
Connecticut JR RHP Ronnie Rossomando: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-79 SL with above-average upside; 73-74 CB; low-80s CU; 6-5, 235 pounds (2016: 7.08 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 3.93 ERA) (2017: 8.66 K/9 – 5.07 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 4.01 ERA) (2018: 7.20 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 6.30 ERA)
Connors State JC rSO RHP Logan Gragg: 90-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; 82-83 SL; 73-74 CB; 6-7, 200 pounds (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 2.44 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 2.06 ERA)
Coppin State JR RHP Aaron Rea: 84-87 FB with sink; 6-1, 160 pounds (2016: 6.46 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 6.59 ERA) (2017: 6.65 K/9 – 8.22 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 10.96 ERA) (2018: 6.50 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 72.0 IP – 4.38 ERA)
Coppin State JR RHP Jahmon Taylor: 87-90 FB; good athlete; 6-0, 175 pounds (2016: 5.74 K/9 – 7.42 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 9.32 ERA) (2017: 6.76 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 6.53 ERA) (2018: 10.27 K/9 – 4.31 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 2.66 ERA)
Creighton rSR LHP Preston Church: 87-91 FB; good deception; Western Illinois transfer; 6-3, 210 pounds (2014: 9.32 K/9 – 7.71 BB/9 – 28 IP – 9.00 ERA) (2015: 8.75 K/9 – 6.16 BB/9 – 73.1 IP – 3.95 ERA) (2016: 6.85 K/9 – 4.57 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 4.88 ERA) (2018: 7.11 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 4.74 ERA)
Creighton SR LHP Grant Spranger: 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: 4.84 K/9 – 4.84 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 12.45 K/9 – 2.49 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 4.62 ERA)
Creighton SR RHP Ryan Tapani: 88-91 FB; mid-70s SL; 6-0, 190 pounds (2017: 9.14 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 7.01 ERA) (2018: 9.04 K/9 – 2.38 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 2.38 ERA)
Crowder JC SO LHP Aaron Ashby: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average upper-70s to low-80s SL; easy plus mid-70s CB; two breaking balls are better categorized as one (CB) thrown at different speeds for different purposes; 6-2, 185 pounds (2018: 18.80 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 74.2 IP – 2.29 ERA)
Dallas Baptist JR LHP Jordan Martinson: 86-90 FB; plus CU; good CB; 6-0, 210 pounds (2016: 7.48 K/9 – 5.20 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2017: 8.44 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 81.0 IP – 4.78 ERA) (2018: 7.24 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 5.85 ERA)
Dallas Baptist JR RHP MD Johnson: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; plus CB; 83 CU; 6-6, 185 pounds (2016: 5.26 K/9 – 5.09 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 5.60 ERA) (2017: 7.43 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 4.43 ERA) (2018: 9.21 K/9 – 3.88 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 4.84 ERA)
Dallas Baptist rSO RHP MacGregor Hines: 88-92 FB; good CB/SL; average or better CU; Florida transfer; 6-0, 200 pounds (2018: 11.97 K/9 – 4.83 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 4.05 ERA)
Davenport JR LHP Grant Wolfram: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 81-83 SL; good athlete; Central Michigan transfer; 6-7, 225 pounds (2018: 12.39 K/9 – 4.57 BB/9)
Davidson JR RHP Allen Barry: 88-90 FB; 6-1, 195 pounds (2017: 6.64 K/9 – 3.44 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA) (2018: 8.44 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 3.83 ERA)
Davidson JR RHP Casey Sutherland: upper-80s FB; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 4.73 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2017: 5.34 K/9 – 2.49 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 5.68 ERA) (2018: 6.81 K/9 – 1.44 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 2.47 ERA)
Davidson SR RHP Connor Gordon: 92 FB; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 5.14 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2016: 10.38 K/9 – 9.81 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 9.77 ERA) (2017: 7.68 K/9 – 5.12 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 5.84 ERA) (2018: 7.41 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 2.96 ERA)
Dayton rSO RHP/1B Brandon Smith: 89-91 FB; SL; CU; TJ survivor; 6-2, 235 pounds (2017: .291/.429/.576 – 32 BB/62 K – 2/3 SB – 158 AB) (2018: 7.87 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 6.38 ERA) (2018: .289/.405/.517 – 29 BB/55 K – 8/9 SB – 180 AB)
Delaware JR RHP Kyle Hinton: 93-95 FB; good CU; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 9.87 K/9 – 7.26 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 5.81 ERA) (2017: 8.05 K/9 – 5.78 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 6.60 ERA) (2018: 9.34 K/9 – 4.07 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 2.78 ERA)
Delaware State SR RHP Lane DeLeon: low-90s FB with sink; SL; 6-4, 200 pounds (2015: 10.23 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 3.14 ERA) (2016: 8.40 K/9 – 3.72 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 3.96 ERA) (2017: 7.37 K/9 – 3.49 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 2.84 ERA) (2018: 7.84 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 6.04 ERA)
Duke rSR RHP Ethan DeCaster: 85-88 FB with sink; 75-78 SL/CB; sidearmer; Creighton transfer; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: 7.27 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 2.77 ERA) (2016: 5.85 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 3.06 ERA) (2017: 7.11 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 1.77 ERA) (2018: 9.80 K/9 – 1.00 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 0.60 ERA)
Duke SR LHP Mitch Stallings: 87-91 FB with sink; 75-80 SL/CB (both, SL has been great in 2018); plus 79-82 CU; cutter; 6-2, 170 pounds (2015: 10.73 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 2.38 ERA) (2016: 6.76 K/9 – 4.71 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 3.23 ERA) (2017: 8.76 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2018: 10.17 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 77.0 IP – 5.96 ERA)
Duke SR RHP/SS Ryan Day: 87-92 FB with plus sink, 94 peak; good 82-85 cut-SL, plus upside; CB; CU; good athlete; good command; good glove; plus to plus-plus arm strength; 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: 6.14 K/9 – 3.58 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 2.55 ERA) (2016: 4.50 K/9 – 5.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 1.50 ERA) (2016: .203/.295/.261 – 9 BB/16 K – 0/1 SB – 69 AB) (2017: 5.26 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 73.2 IP – 3.30 ERA) (2018: 6.97 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 63.1 IP – 4.69 ERA)
East Carolina JR RHP Chris Holba: 87-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good 77-82 CB/SL; good 81-83 CU; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 5.64 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 6.23 ERA) (2017: 9.93 K/9 – 1.69 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 3.38 ERA) (2018: 6.66 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 77.0 IP – 2.45 ERA)
East Carolina JR RHP Matt Bridges: 86-90 FB; good SL; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: 9.57 K/9 – 3.83 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 2.98 ERA) (2017: 9.27 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 4.82 ERA) (2018: 6.00 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 4.00 ERA)
East Carolina JR RHP Sam Lanier: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good SL; CU; good command; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 10.40 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2017: 8.46 K/9 – 4.23 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 5.17 ERA) (2018: 9.90 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 9.90 ERA)
East Carolina rSR RHP Davis Kirkpatrick: 86-90 FB with sink, 92-93 peak; good CB; plus athlete; TJ survivor; 5-11, 200 pounds (2014: 7.04 K/9 – 5.09 BB/9 – 23 IP – 5.87 ERA) (2016: 5.04 K/9 – 4.32 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 6.48 ERA) (2017: 7.50 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 5.25 ERA) (2018: 7.58 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 0.76 ERA)
East Carolina SR LHP Ryan Ross: upper-80s FB; good CB/SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 7.88 K/9 – 0.56 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 3.38 ERA) (2018: 8.70 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 3.02 ERA)
Eastern Florida State JC SO RHP Tyler Keysor: 90-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; good mid-70s CB; 78-81 SL; 82 CU; 6-6, 215 pounds (2018: 9.77 K/9 – 1.22 BB/9)
Eastern Illinois SR RHP Michael Starevich: 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 9.16 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 5.72 ERA) (2018: 12.22 K/9 – 3.96 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 2.92 ERA)
Eastern Kentucky rSO RHP Aaron Ochsenbein: 6-3, 220 pounds (2015: 14.73 K/9 – 5.73 BB/9 – 11.1 IP – 3.27 ERA) (2017: 8.34 K/9 – 5.71 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 4.97 ERA) (2018: 12.38 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9 – 51.2 IP – 4.70 ERA)
Feather River JC rSO RHP Shane Kelso: 93-96 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average SL; 6-3, 220 pounds (2018: 15.00 K/9 – 11.67 BB/9)
Florence Darlington Tech SO RHP Tanner Myatt: mid-90s FB; 6-6, 210 pounds (2018: 11.70 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9)
Florida A&M rSR RHP Hunter Fillingim: 85-88 FB; good CB; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 12.27 K/9 – 8.69 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 4.58 ERA) (2017: 12.18 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 2.36 ERA)
Florida A&M SR RHP Ryan Anderson: mid-80s FB with sink; plus command; 6-2, 175 pounds (2017: 5.52 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 3.45 ERA) (2018: 5.88 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 64.1 IP – 7.55 ERA)
Florida A&M SR RHP Thomas Nicoll: low-90s FB; CU; SL; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: 7.79 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 3.24 ERA) (2018: 9.36 K/9 – 2.34 BB/9 – 84.2 IP – 5.00 ERA)
Florida Atlantic JR RHP Kyle Marman: 90-94 FB; plus SL; CB; 6-3, 210 pounds (2017: 9.96 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2018: 13.35 K/9 – 1.16 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 1.45 ERA)
Florida Gulf Coast JR RHP Evan Lumbert: 6-0, 175 pounds (2018: 9.34 K/9 – 2.69 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 3.11 ERA)
Florida Gulf Coast rSR RHP Kenton Hering: FB with sink; good CU; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: 9.00 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 4.62 ERA) (2017: 11.63 K/9 – 2.87 BB/9 – 59.2 IP – 1.96 ERA) (2018: 10.38 K/9 – 2.17 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 5.06 ERA)
Florida Gulf Coast rSR RHP Mario Leon: 6-1, 200 pounds (2014: 7.43 K/9 – 5.48 BB/9 – 23 IP – 4.30 ERA) (2016: 6.52 K/9 – 4.54 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 5.12 ERA) (2017: 10.17 K/9 – 3.04 BB/9 – 59.1 IP – 4.70 ERA) (2018: 9.04 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 3.05 ERA)
Florida Gulf Coast SR RHP Peyton Gray: 86-88 FB; 6-3, 250 pounds (2017: 8.78 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 4.93 ERA) (2018: 14.13 K/9 – 4.61 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 6.75 ERA)
Florida JR RHP Brady Singer: 88-94 FB with plus sink, 96-97 peak; average 76-83 SL/CB flashes above-average to plus (more CB than SL); average to above-average 84-90 CU; plus command; Cape coach comp (per MLB): Jeff Hoffman; coach comp (via D1 and BA): Aaron Nola; Kevin Brown (via Brett Myers!); 6-5, 210 pounds (2016: 7.84 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 4.95 ERA) (2017: 9.21 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 126.0 IP – 3.21 ERA) (2018: 9.41 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 2.25 ERA)
Florida JR RHP Jackson Kowar: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 81-86 split-CU, plus-plus upside; average 79-84 SL flashes above-average to plus; average to above-average 72-79 CB; tough to differentiate the two breaking balls; college polish + HS projection; D1 (Seifert) comp: Michael Wacha; FAVORITE; 6-6, 185 pounds (2016: 11.45 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.37 ERA) (2017: 7.11 K/9 – 3.73 BB/9 – 106.1 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2018: 8.84 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 3.21 ERA)
Florida JR RHP Michael Byrne: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 78-86 CU; above-average 77-83 CB/SL; like him as a starter; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 8.44 K/9 – 1.69 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 3.94 ERA) (2017: 11.14 K/9 – 1.82 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 1.70 ERA) (2018: 9.14 K/9 – 0.79 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 1.99 ERA)
Florida Southern rJR RHP/OF Hayden Marze: 90-94 FB with sink; good 78-80 CB/SL, flashes plus at higher velocities (84-87); 87-88 CU; Mississippi State transfer; 6-2, 225 pounds (2018: .330/.447/.717 – 23 BB/70 K – 11/14 SB – 191 AB)
Florida State JR LHP Tyler Holton: out in 2018 (TJ); 85-90 FB, 92 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; above-average 76-80 CU, flashes plus; above-average FB command; great athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 11.18 K/9 – 4.39 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.79 ERA) (2017: .268/.326/.415 – 4 BB/13 K – 0/0 SB – 41 AB) (2017: 10.86 K/9 – 2.34 BB/9 – 119.1 IP – 2.34 ERA)
Florida State JR RHP Cole Sands: 89-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 75-82 CB/SL, flashes above-average; 79-85 CU (also 76-79), flashes above-average; 83-85 cut-SL; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 6.47 K/9 – 4.28 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.13 ERA) (2017: 7.78 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 10.52 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 4.54 ERA)
Florida State rJR RHP Andrew Karp: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-86 SL; 77-81 CB; above-average 79-83 CU, flashes plus; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: 5.03 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 6.91 ERA) (2017: 9.50 K/9 – 2.44 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 4.48 ERA) (2018: 10.70 K/9 – 1.88 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 3.97 ERA)
Florida State rJR RHP Cobi Johnson: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; plus 73-74 CB; average CU; 81-83 cut-SL; TJ survivor; 6-4, 220 pounds (2015: 9.08 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 7.21 ERA) (2016: 10.00 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2018: 11.97 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 3.54 ERA)
Fordham JR RHP Anthony DiMeglio: 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 9.32 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 8.64 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 2.88 ERA) (2018: 10.43 K/9 – 2.96 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.40 ERA)
Fordham JR RHP Mike Cowell: 6-0, 190 pounds (2017: 6.85 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 5.13 ERA) (2018: 11.39 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Fordham JR RHP Reiss Knehr: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; good cut-SL; 83-85 CU; CB; great athlete; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 9.75 K/9 – 4.25 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 2.25 ERA) (2017: 10.52 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 73.2 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2018: 9.30 K/9 – 4.80 BB/9 – 90.0 IP – 2.40 ERA)
Fresno State JR RHP Edgar Gonzalez: low-90s FB; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 7.47 K/9 – 3.98 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 3.97 ERA) (2017: 8.93 K/9 – 5.08 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.83 ERA) (2018: 10.42 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 2.84 ERA)
Gardner-Webb JR RHP Jarrett Thompson: sidearmer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 6.92 K/9 – 1.30 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 4.10 ERA) (2018: 9.39 K/9 – 3.31 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 5.51 ERA)
Gardner-Webb JR RHP Tyler Johnson: 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: 11.96 K/9 – 10.70 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 15.70 ERA) (2018: 11.75 K/9 – 3.55 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.98 ERA)
Gardner-Webb rSR RHP Wil Sellers: upper-80s FB with sink; SL; good CU; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 9.28 K/9 – 1.41 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 2.25 ERA) (2016: 9.12 K/9 – 3.68 BB/9 – 51.1 IP – 3.33 ERA) (2017: 6.21 K/9 – 4.03 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 5.43 ERA) (2018: 8.03 K/9 – 0.91 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 4.74 ERA)
Gardner-Webb SR RHP Bradley Hallman: low-90s FB; good command; 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: 7.91 K/9 – 2.18 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2016: 5.84 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 5.02 ERA) (2017: 4.87 K/9 – 2.66 BB/9 – 98.0 IP – 3.49 ERA) (2018: 6.44 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 3.60 ERA)
George Mason JR RHP Zach Mort: 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 7.39 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 2.55 ERA) (2017: 7.07 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 86.2 IP – 5.71 ERA) (2018: 9.23 K/9 – 1.11 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.48 ERA)
Georgetown SR RHP Matt Randolph: 6-1, 180 pounds (2018: 10.74 K/9 – 4.35 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 6.68 ERA)
Georgia Highlands JC FR RHP Noah Bryant: 94-97 FB; 84-86 SL; 6-3, 200 pounds (2018: 10.80 K/9 – 11.31 BB/9)
Georgia JR LHP Kevin Smith: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 78-83 CU; average to above-average 76-82 SL; deceptive; 6-5, 235 pounds (2016: 7.83 K/9 – 4.11 BB/9 – 46.0 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2017: 9.89 K/9 – 4.57 BB/9 – 61.0 IP – 4.87 ERA) (2018: 11.48 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 59.2 IP – 3.17 ERA)
Georgia Southern JR RHP Brian Eichhorn: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 84-88 CU; average low-80s SL/CB; 6-1, 220 pounds (2016: 4.68 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 67.1 IP – 3.74 ERA) (2017: 9.18 K/9 – 2.76 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.33 ERA) (2018: 10.77 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.15 ERA)
Georgia Southern JR RHP Chase Cohen: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 73-75 CB; SL; 80-83 CU; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 7.75 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 2.66 ERA) (2017: 9.49 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 73.0 IP – 4.81 ERA) (2018: 11.49 K/9 – 5.55 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 4.40 ERA)
Georgia Tech JR RHP Bailey Combs: 89 FB; CB; 5-11, 210 pounds (2016: 9.00 K/9 – 6.43 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 0.64 ERA) (2017: 8.53 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 5.21 ERA) (2018: 8.74 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 6.10 ERA)
Georgia Tech JR RHP Jake Lee: upper-80s FB; CB/SL; 5-11, 175 pounds (2016: 5.20 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 6.80 ERA) (2017: 5.23 K/9 – 3.31 BB/9 – 51.2 IP – 6.10 ERA) (2018: 14.32 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 9.68 ERA)
Georgia Tech rSO RHP Jonathan Hughes: 87-93 FB, 96 peak; good 83-85 SL; CB; good 78-80 CU; TJ survivor; 6-2, 190 pounds (2016: 4.92 K/9 – 2.46 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 2.45 ERA) (2018: 5.96 K/9 – 9.22 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 5.94 ERA)
Georgia Tech rSO RHP Tristin English: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-87 cut-SL; 73-80 CB; rare 83 CU; great athlete; TJ survivor; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: .315/.351/.477 – 8 BB/22 K – 0/0 SB – 222 AB) (2018: .279/.324/.442 – 8 BB/50 K – 1/2 SB – 226 AB) (2018: 8.05 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 4.11 ERA)
Georgia Tech SR RHP Patrick Wiseman: 88-93 FB, 95 peak; 6-5, 225 pounds
Gonzaga rJR RHP Daniel Bies: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; good 83 SL; 80 CU; 73-74 CB; TJ survivor; 6-8, 250 pounds (2016: 9.86 K/9 – 9.86 BB/9 – 7.1 IP – 4.91 ERA) (2017: 6.60 K/9 – 5.20 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 5.20 ERA) (2018: 9.96 K/9 – 2.01 BB/9 – 112.0 IP – 2.49 ERA)
Grambling State JR LHP Ryan Huntington: 84-87 FB; 5-11, 185 pounds (2018: 9.75 K/9 – 5.57 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 7.79 ERA)
Grand Canyon JR RHP Jake Wong: 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; average to above-average 76-82 SL/CB, flashes plus; raw 84-87 CU; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: 4.62 K/9 – 4.78 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 4.28 ERA) (2017: 5.84 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 4.00 ERA) (2018: 8.94 K/9 – 2.91 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 2.81 ERA)
Grand Canyon SR RHP Mick Vorhof: 90-92 FB; above-average 80-81 SL; 86 CU; 6-1, 175 pounds (2015: 8.36 K/9 – 1.93 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2016: 5.31 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2017: 8.65 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 4.32 ERA) (2018: 11.28 K/9 – 0.70 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 2.35 ERA)

Pacific rSO RHP Shelby Lackey: 90-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; 6-3, 185 pounds (2016: 6.57 K/9 – 7.73 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 5.01 ERA) (2017: 10.20 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 6.60 ERA) (2018: 8.90 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 3.48 ERA)
Hartford JR RHP Billy DeVito: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 78-82 CB/SL, flashes above-average; 84 CU; good athlete; 6-4, 210 pounds (2016: 5.79 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2017: 7.99 K/9 – 7.28 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 7.28 ERA) (2018: 6.82 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 6.68 ERA)
Hartford JR RHP Justin Cashman: 88-93 FB; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: 5.21 K/9 – 3.72 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 4.95 ERA)
Hartford JR RHP Seth Pinkerton: 90-94 FB; good SL; 6-2, 225 pounds (2016: 8.08 K/9 – 5.77 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 5.74 ERA) (2017: 5.95 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 4.05 ERA) (2018: 8.36 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 2.23 ERA)
Hartford rJR RHP/OF Sebastian DiMauro: 89-92 FB; good CB/SL; plus athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 5.14 K/9 – 4.18 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 4.18 ERA)
Harvard JR RHP Simon Rosenblum-Larson: 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 9.25 K/9 – 5.55 BB/9 – 14.2 IP – 6.14 ERA) (2017: 9.17 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 4.42 ERA) (2018: 11.71 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9 – 63.0 IP – 2.86 ERA)
Harvard SR RHP Noah Zavolas: 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 6.59 K/9 – 2.41 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 5.95 ERA) (2018: 9.90 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 2.96 ERA)
Hawaii rJR RHP Jackson Rees: 90-94 FB; 6-5, 180 pounds (2017: 4.33 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 81.0 IP – 4.11 ERA) (2018: 6.47 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 3.86 ERA)
Hawaii rSO RHP Dylan Thomas: 6-4, 200 pounds (2017: 8.07 K/9 – 2.02 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 2.01 ERA) (2018: 9.92 K/9 – 0.92 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 1.85 ERA)
High Point JR LHP Matt Hodges: upper-80s FB; 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 9.86 K/9 – 3.65 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 2.74 ERA) (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 3.52 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 3.52 ERA)
High Point JR RHP Andrew Gottfried: 87-91 FB; good CU; CB/SL; good command (2016: 6.06 K/9 – 2.40 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 2.65 ERA) (2017: 7.71 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 8.76 K/9 – 2.43 BB/9 – 74.0 IP – 3.28 ERA)
High Point rSO RHP Harrison Smith: 5-10, 180 pounds (2018: 10.26 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 5.35 ERA)
High Point SR RHP Austin Heinz (2017): 83-85 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 5.40 K/9 – 2.40 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 4.20 ERA) (2017: 8.32 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 4.67 ERA)
High Point SR RHP Rion Murrah: 87-91 FB; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: 10.17 K/9 – 2.98 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 2.23 ERA) (2018: 8.75 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 2.06 ERA)
Hofstra JR LHP John Rooney: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; average 78-83 SL/CB, flashes above-average; good 78-83 CU; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 9.68 K/9 – 4.02 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 5.02 ERA) (2017: 9.40 K/9 – 4.81 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 5.36 ERA) (2018: 10.23 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 1.23 ERA)
Holy Cross JR RHP Danny Barlok: 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 6.89 K/9 – 3.67 BB/9 – 19.2 IP – 5.95 ERA) (2018: 12.66 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 1.71 ERA)
Holy Cross JR RHP Declan Cronin: low-90s FB; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 3.86 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2017: 7.73 K/9 – 4.92 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 4.91 ERA) (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 4.70 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 4.16 ERA)
Holy Cross JR RHP Pat McGowan: 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 8.64 K/9 – 2.51 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 4.18 ERA) (2017: 7.86 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 4.79 ERA) (2018: 7.07 K/9 – 3.22 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 3.22 ERA)
Houston JR LHP Trey Cumbie: 85-90 FB, 91 peak; average 76-79 CB/SL; upper-70s to low-80s CU, flashes average; deceptive; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 6.75 K/9 – 1.45 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 1.29 ERA) (2017: 7.29 K/9 – 1.33 BB/9 – 101.1 IP – 2.04 ERA) (2018: 9.41 K/9 – 2.24 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 3.44 ERA)
Houston JR RHP Ryan Randel: upper-80s FB with sink; low-80s CU; deceptive; 6-7, 200 pounds (2018: 6.75 K/9 – 3.64 BB/9 – 69.1 IP – 4.54 ERA)
Houston rJR LHP Aaron Fletcher: 87-91 FB; CB; CU; good command; 6-0, 220 pounds (2015: 5.19 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 1.38 ERA) (2016: 13.01 K/9 – 0.00 BB/9 – 8.1 IP – 1.08 ERA) (2017: 8.93 K/9 – 2.18 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 2.40 ERA) (2018: 8.02 K/9 – 1.79 BB/9 – 85.1 IP – 2.43 ERA)
Houston rSR RHP Kyle Ott: 87-93 FB; low-80s SL; Baylor transfer; 6-1, 215 pounds (2016: 6.26 K/9 – 5.27 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 3.62 ERA) (2017: 8.50 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 4.25 ERA) (2018: 9.17 K/9 – 6.99 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 3.92 ERA)
Illinois JR RHP Joey Gerber: 92-96 FB; CU; above-average 81-85 SL; deceptive; 6-4, 215 pounds (2017: 11.73 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.36 ERA) (2018: 14.16 K/9 – 4.41 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 3.14 ERA)
Illinois JR RHP Quinn Snarskis: 84-86 FB; 74 CB/SL; 6-0, 185 pounds (2018: 4.19 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 73.0 IP – 2.84 ERA)
Illinois JR RHP/1B Luke Shilling: 90-96 FB with sink, 98 peak; plus 83 kCB/SL; 87-88 cut-SL; CU; power upside; young for class; 6-5, 250 pounds (2016: .176/.283/.294 – 7 BB/12 K – 0/0 SB – 51 AB) (2017: 9.31 K/9 – 11.48 BB/9 – 29.0 IP – 7.14 ERA)
Illinois rJR LHP Andy Fisher: 85-89 FB with plus sink; 76-80 SL; CU; Eastern Illinois transfer; 6-1, 185 pounds (2018: 6.86 K/9 – 4.07 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 3.96 ERA)
Illinois rJR RHP Quinten Sefcik: 90-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; good SL; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 5.88 K/9 – 6.47 BB/9 – 15.1 IP – 6.46 ERA) (2017: 4.95 K/9 – 5.57 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 4.53 ERA) (2018: 7.92 K/9 – 4.68 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 4.32 ERA)
Illinois rJR RHP Sean Leland: 87-93 FB with sink; good 80 SL; CU; Louisville transfer; 6-4, 210 pounds (2018: 10.24 K/9 – 8.05 BB/9 – 12.1 IP – 10.22 ERA)
Indiana JR LHP Tim Herrin: 87-92 FB; 77-79 SL, flashes plus; CU; good athlete; 6-5, 210 pounds (2017: 6.45 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2018: 5.43 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 3.23 ERA)
Indiana JR RHP Jonathan Stiever: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 77-84 SL/CB/kCB; 78-81 CU; plus FB command; would fit in nicely at Fullerton; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: 6.75 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 2.47 ERA) (2017: 6.64 K/9 – 1.05 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 4.31 ERA) (2018: 8.94 K/9 – 2.80 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 2.89 ERA)
Indiana JR RHP/1B Paul Milto: 89-93 FB; good SL; CU; 6-3, 240 pounds (2016: 9.14 K/9 – 4.06 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 3.38 ERA) (2017: 7.50 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 3.92 ERA) (2018: 7.14 K/9 – 2.80 BB/9 – 70.2 IP – 2.29 ERA)
Indiana SR LHP BJ Sabol: sidearmer; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 12.20 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 3.42 ERA) (2017: 8.49 K/9 – 2.01 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 4.69 ERA) (2018: 9.56 K/9 – 3.96 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 2.30 ERA)
Indiana SR RHP Brian Hobbie: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average to above-average upper-70s to low-80s SL; above-average mid- to upper-70s CU; 6-4, 225 pounds (2015: 9.00 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 6.16 ERA) (2016: 3.14 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 2.08 ERA) (2017: 5.10 K/9 – 1.93 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 6.61 ERA) (2018: 2.95 K/9 – 3.44 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 4.91 ERA)
Iowa JR RHP Brady Schaunel: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 78-83 SL; Mississippi transfer; 6-3, 210 pounds (2018: 11.04 K/9 – 7.30 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 5.94 ERA)
Iowa JR RHP Cole McDonald: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good CB; CU; TJ survivor; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 10.74 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 3.33 ERA) (2017: 8.24 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 6.96 ERA) (2018: 8.42 K/9 – 2.75 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 3.23 ERA)
Iowa JR RHP Shane Ritter: 87-90 FB; good breaking ball; good athlete; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 6.33 K/9 – 4.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2017: 8.00 K/9 – 7.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 5.33 ERA) (2018: 6.23 K/9 – 11.77 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 8.31 ERA)
Iowa JR RHP/2B Zach Daniels: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; plus 84 CU; good SL; 5-11, 160 pounds (2016: 7.50 K/9 – 2.00 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 1.50 ERA) (2017: 9.84 K/9 – 4.47 BB/9 – 50.1 IP – 3.22 ERA) (2018: 9.67 K/9 – 4.54 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 2.56 ERA)
Iowa rJR LHP Nick Allgeyer: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 74-78 CB/SL; 82-84 CU; TJ survivor; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: 7.87 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA) (2018: 8.81 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 97.0 IP – 2.41 ERA)
Iowa SR RHP Nick Nelsen: submariner; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: 8.60 K/9 – 5.29 BB/9 – 13.2 IP – 2.63 ERA) (2017: 6.36 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 6.35 ERA) (2018: 9.30 K/9 – 3.30 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 3.60 ERA)
Iowa Western JR RHP Sean Chandler: 91-93 FB, 95 peak; 80-83 SL; Nebraska transfer; 6-5, 200 pounds (2016: 8.71 K/9 – 16.45 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 9.64 ERA) (2018: 14.96 K/9 – 2.43 BB/9)
Iowa Western SO RHP Keaton Winn: low-90s FB; 6-4, 210 pounds (2018: 14.61 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9)
Jackson State SR RHP Jose Tirado: 6-2, 220 pounds (2017: 9.72 K/9 – 2.96 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 1.27 ERA) (2018: 10.41 K/9 – 1.83 BB/9 – 64.0 IP – 2.67 ERA)
Jackson State SR RHP Mark Watson: 93 FB; good SL; 6-5, 185 pounds (2017: 10.32 K/9 – 5.49 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 2.63 ERA) (2017: 8.32 K/9 – 4.08 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 3.23 ERA)
Jacksonville JR RHP/C Mike Cassala: 87-91 FB; good SL, plus upside; good defender; strong arm; 5-10, 185 pounds (2016: 5.48 K/9 – 2.74 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 3.52 ERA) (2016: .296/.328/.407 – 3 BB/7 K – 2/2 SB – 54 AB) (2017: 8.44 K/9 – 2.46 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.96 ERA) (2017: .287/.342/.339 – 14 BB/18 K – 0/1 SB – 171 AB) (2018: 8.57 K/9 – 1.71 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 3.00 ERA)
Jacksonville JR RHP/OF Chris Gau: 87-92 FB; good SL; CU; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 6.75 K/9 – 3.25 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 5.75 ERA) (2017: 8.28 K/9 – 1.92 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 3.96 ERA) (2017: .400/.463/.600 – 4 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 35 AB) (2018: 7.78 K/9 – 1.62 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.65 ERA)
Jacksonville rSR RHP Nathan Disch: 88-92 FB; 6-1, 190 pounds (2014: 8.68 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 28 IP – 6.43 ERA) (2015: 7.45 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 5.12 ERA) (2016: 6.62 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.74 ERA) (2017: 8.28 K/9 – 5.22 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 6.44 ERA) (2018: 6.55 K/9 – 9.17 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 7.84 ERA)
Jacksonville SR LHP Matt Meyer: 6-2, 225 pounds (2017: 9.68 K/9 – 3.83 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 2.03 ERA) (2018: 10.90 K/9 – 8.09 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 7.01 ERA)
Jacksonville SR RHP Spencer Stockton: 89 FB; good CU; breaking ball; 6-3, 225 pounds (2015: 4.17 K/9 – 3.91 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.83 ERA) (2016: 5.36 K/9 – 2.38 BB/9 – 75.2 IP – 3.21 ERA) (2017: 9.54 K/9 – 1.87 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 2.33 ERA) (2018: 7.89 K/9 – 2.10 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 3.57 ERA)
Jacksonville State JR RHP Garrett Farmer: 5-11, 185 pounds (2016: 7.62 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 49.2 IP – 5.80 ERA) (2017: 10.50 K/9 – 2.25 BB/9 – 12.0 IP – 3.75 ERA) (2018: 10.70 K/9 – 2.40 BB/9 – 90.0 IP – 3.80 ERA)
Jefferson JC FR RHP Jason Rackers: 86-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average 77 CU; 75 SL; 6-5, 225 pounds (2018: 11.30 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9)
John Logan JC SO RHP Brenden Heiss: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; Arkansas transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 12.78 K/9 – 5.75 BB/9)
John Logan JC SO RHP Trey Riley: 92-96 FB, 97 peak; above-average 85-89 SL, plus to plus-plus upside; CB, average upside; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 13.56 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9)
Jones County JC rSO RHP Tyler Spring: low-90s FB; CB; CU; cutter; 6-5, 200 pounds (2018: 12.05 K/9 – 5.80 BB/9)
Jones County JC SO RHP Will Freeman: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; average CB/SL; average CU; 6-2, 215 pounds (2018: 11.17 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9)
Kansas JR RHP Jackson Goddard: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; good 81-85 CB/SL; 79-85 CU with sink; 6-3, 230 pounds (2017: 8.48 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 79.2 IP – 4.29 ERA) (2018: 10.27 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 4.10 ERA)
Kansas rJR RHP Zach Leban: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 86 SL; 6-3, 250 pounds (2017: 8.26 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 3.57 ERA) (2018: 8.31 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 4.62 ERA)
Kansas rSO RHP Ryan Cyr: 86-92 FB; good 78-80 SL/CB; 82-83 CU; Mississippi State transfer; 6-3, 220 pounds (2018: 8.75 K/9 – 5.09 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 4.29 ERA)
Kansas rSR RHP Jon Hander: 87-89 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2014: 3.63 K/9 – 4.08 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2016: 3.50 K/9 – 3.50 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 14.81 ERA) (2018: 8.00 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 8.00 ERA)
Kansas SR LHP Taylor Turski: 87-89 FB; 79-81 SL; CU; CB; 5-9, 180 pounds (2017: 8.24 K/9 – 3.88 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 3.51 ERA) (2018: 9.39 K/9 – 4.18 BB/9 – 77.2 IP – 6.84 ERA)
Kansas State SR RHP Justin Heskett: 87-91 FB; good CU; good command; deceptive; 6-4, 230 pounds (2017: 5.64 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2018: 4.26 K/9 – 4.11 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 6.31 ERA)
Kennesaw State rJR RHP Brian Exley: 6-1, 180 pounds (2016: 6.99 K/9 – 1.75 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 5.23 ERA) (2017: 10.20 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2018: 10.88 K/9 – 3.75 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 6.38 ERA)
Kennesaw State SR RHP AJ Moore: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 86 SL; average 79-83 CU; average 77-80 CB; 6-4, 200 pounds (2015: 9.47 K/9 – 5.84 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 5.05 ERA) (2016: 9.22 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 4.73 ERA) (2017: 7.25 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 72.0 IP – 6.13 ERA) (2018: 9.71 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 80.2 IP – 3.24 ERA)
Kent State JR RHP Joey Murray: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 75-80 SL; 70 CB; CU; good command; deceptive; 6-2, 185 pounds (2016: 13.15 K/9 – 4.62 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 3.69 ERA) (2017: 13.20 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 1.80 ERA) (2018: 13.27 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 95.2 IP – 2.45 ERA)
Kentucky JR RHP Sean Hjelle: 86-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-85 kCB, plus upside; good 81-87 SL (maybe same as CB, think it’s separate); 77-82 CU (2018: 83-87 CU, average upside); good command; “jelly”; 6-11, 225 pounds (2016: 12.08 K/9 – 4.58 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 3.74 ERA) (2017: 8.45 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 108.2 IP – 3.89 ERA) (2018: 8.25 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 3.44 ERA)
Kentucky JR RHP Zach Haake: 89-95 FB with sink, 98 peak; average to above-average 80-89 cut-SL (2018: flashes plus 79-86 CB/SL); average to above-average 86-88 CU, flashes plus; Arkansas State transfer; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds (2018: 9.53 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 8.47 ERA)
Kentucky rJR RHP Justin Lewis: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 75-82 CU, keeps improving; 77-79 CB; average 80-84 SL; good athlete; legit four pitches; FAVORITE; 6-7, 200 pounds (2016: 7.43 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 2.08 ERA) (2017: 7.12 K/9 – 2.67 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 3.56 ERA) (2018: 11.40 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.33 ERA)
Kentucky SO RHP Chris Machamer: 89-96 FB, 98 peak; 75-80 CB; 85-86 cut-SL; good CU; good athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: 10.32 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2018: 9.69 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 3.06 ERA)
La Salle JR RHP CJ Pruitt: 90-93 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 5.85 K/9 – 5.49 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 2.92 ERA) (2017: 6.85 K/9 – 6.47 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 5.70 ERA) (2018: 6.76 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 1.56 ERA)
Lafayette rJR LHP John Cain: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 6-10, 215 pounds (2015: 9.00 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 4.20 ERA) (2016: 9.48 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 4.84 ERA) (2018: 8.54 K/9 – 5.96 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 5.96 ERA)
Le Moyne JR RHP Josiah Gray: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 81-85 SL, plus upside; average 79-84 CU; good athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: 13.8 K/9 – 1.3 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 0.63 ERA) (2018: 10.13 K/9 – 1.93 BB/9)
Lehigh JR LHP Ethan Frohman: mid-80s FB; 6-0 (2016: 4.91 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 5.13 ERA) (2017: 5.91 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 4.78 ERA) (2018: 8.91 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 3.56 ERA)
Lehigh JR RHP Cole McManimon: 86-89 FB; 6-7 (2016: 10.15 K/9 – 5.08 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 6.41 ERA) (2017: 5.70 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 6.92 K/9 – 1.38 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 2.08 ERA)
Lehigh SR LHP Peter Moore: 85-91 FB; 6-3 (2015: 9.81 K/9 – 7.78 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 5.74 ERA) (2016: 7.06 K/9 – 4.45 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.30 ERA) (2017: 7.25 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 5.93 ERA) (2018: 8.41 K/9 – 5.93 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 5.27 ERA)
Liberty JR RHP Jack DeGroat: out in 2018 (TJ); 88-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 80-85 cut-SL; CB; 83-84 CU (2016: 8.17 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 4.02 ERA) (2017: 13.5 K/9 – 5.6 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 2.33 ERA)
Liberty rSR RHP Evan Brabrand: 88-93 FB; good 82-84 SL; North Carolina State transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 11.06 K/9 – 3.43 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 7.23 ERA) (2017: 7.80 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 6.60 ERA)
Liberty rSR RHP Jackson Bertsch: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; TJ survivor; 6-3, 230 pounds (2017: 8.26 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 6.71 ERA) (2018: 10.28 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 3.94 ERA)
Lipscomb JR RHP Chris Kachmar: 6-2, 180 pounds (2018: 9.14 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 4.43 ERA)
Lipscomb rJR RHP Kyle Kemp: 91 FB; 6-2, 215 pounds (2016: 6.06 K/9 – 4.90 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 5.35 ERA) (2017: 10.29 K/9 – 5.27 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 5.02 ERA) (2018: 10.56 K/9 – 6.44 BB/9 – 50.1 IP – 4.11 ERA)
Little Rock rSR LHP Cole Townsend: 90-93 FB; good SL; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 7.00 K/9 – 10.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 10.50 ERA) (2017: 7.63 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 3.70 ERA) (2018: 8.53 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 44.1 IP – 5.08 ERA)
Little Rock SR RHP Justin Garcia: 6-2, 165 pounds (2017: 12.12 K/9 – 5.63 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 3.02 ERA) (2018: 12.29 K/9 – 3.99 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 3.38 ERA)
Long Beach State JR RHP Chris Rivera: 86-89 FB with sink; SL; CU; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 6.45 K/9 – 2.76 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 4.60 ERA) (2017: 12.23 K/9 – 3.64 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 2.60 ERA) (2018: 11.07 K/9 – 1.23 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.19 ERA)
Long Beach State JR RHP Eli Villalobos: 89-93 FB, 95 peak; good SL; 85 CU; good athlete; 6-3, 180 pounds (2017: 7.84 K/9 – 4.06 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 3.48 ERA) (2018: 9.33 K/9 – 7.23 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 3.72 ERA)
Long Beach State rSO LHP/1B Jacob Hughey: 87-91 FB; average CB; average CU; good athlete; good approach; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 7.98 K/9 – 8.87 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 6.20 ERA) (2018: 8.12 K/9 – 4.06 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 4.72 ERA)
Long Beach State SR RHP John Sheaks: out in 2018 (TJ); 87-91 FB; good 75-78 CB; 83 CU; low-80s SL; 6-5, 215 pounds (2017: 5.63 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 4.09 ERA)
Long Island-Brooklyn rSR RHP Baylor LaPointe: upper-80s FB; good mid-80s SL; good command; 6-2, 225 pounds (2016: 5.79 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.05 ERA) (2017: 11.51 K/9 – 5.86 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 10.88 ERA) (2018: 11.20 K/9 – 5.60 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 5.01 ERA)
Longwood JR LHP Steven Farkas: 5-10, 200 pounds (2016: 7.86 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 4.79 ERA) (2017: 10.32 K/9 – 3.02 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 3.38 ERA) (2018: 10.42 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 5.69 ERA)
Louisiana JR LHP Hogan Harris: 86-94 FB, 96 peak (91-96, 98 peak out of bullpen); above-average 65-74 CB, has firmed up over the years; 76-81 SL; 75-81 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 8.48 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 3.90 ERA) (2017: 11.58 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.66 ERA) (2018: 8.34 K/9 – 4.63 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 2.62 ERA)
Louisiana JR RHP Nick Lee: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 82-86 CU, plus upside; good 78-84 SL/CB, flashes plus; FAVORITE; 6-5, 190 pounds (2016: 7.76 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 3.31 ERA) (2017: 7.6 K/9 – 4.3 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 5.12 ERA) (2018: 8.49 K/9 – 3.93 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 5.07 ERA)
Louisiana SR LHP Colten Schmidt: mid- to upper-80s FB; good CB/SL; 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: 6.12 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2018: 7.62 K/9 – 0.76 BB/9 – 106.1 IP – 2.46 ERA)
Louisiana SR RHP Dylan Moore: 86-91 FB with sink; good 76-80 SL; good CU; 85 cutter; very deceptive; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds (2015: 7.06 K/9 – 2.82 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 1.59 ERA) (2016: 10.71 K/9 – 2.72 BB/9 – 49.2 IP – 0.91 ERA) (2017: 12.89 K/9 – 6.94 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 3.96 ERA) (2018: 9.50 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 5.04 ERA)
Louisiana SR RHP/OF Logan Stoelke: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; good CU; SL; splitter; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 185 pounds (2015: 7.36 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 1.64 ERA) (2018: 9.73 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 2.97 ERA)
Louisiana-Monroe SR RHP/OF Keegan Curtis: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; 76-78 CB/SL; 5-11, 185 pounds (2015: 4.82 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.34 ERA) (2016: 6.53 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 51.0 IP – 4.59 ERA) (2017: 8.16 K/9 – 5.02 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 9.21 ERA) (2018: 12.33 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 2.88 ERA)
Louisville JR LHP Adam Wolf: 87-93 FB; plus 83-87 cutter; average to above-average 79-84 SL, plus upside; 83-85 CU with upside; 76-78 CB; deceptive; 6-6, 220 pounds (2016: 9.69 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 1.38 ERA) (2017: 7.63 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 2.18 ERA) (2018: 9.56 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 102.2 IP – 2.63 ERA)
Louisville JR RHP Sam Bordner: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; good 80-83 SL; CB; average 80-84 CU; good athlete; 6-6, 240 pounds (2016: 9.17 K/9 – 4.17 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2017: 8.05 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 0.41 ERA) (2018: 13.55 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 3.38 ERA)
Louisville rSO RHP Bryan Hoeing: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 78-80 CB/SL; above-average 81-83 CU, plus upside; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-6, 225 pounds (2017: 7.61 K/9 – 5.49 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 5.06 ERA) (2018: 6.69 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 2.88 ERA)
Louisville rSO RHP Liam Jenkins: 90-94 FB, 97 peak; good 84-87 SL; CU; Arizona State transfer; 6-8, 240 pounds (2017*: 9.14 K/9 – 5.61 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 2.28 ERA) (2018: 14.71 K/9 – 11.76 BB/9 – 15.1 IP – 6.46 ERA)
Louisville rSO RHP Riley Thompson: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; average to above-average 78-86 SL/CB, flashes plus; average 84-88 CU; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-4, 210 pounds (2017: 13.27 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 4.02 ERA) (2018: 9.55 K/9 – 6.82 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 6.82 ERA)
Louisville rSR RHP Austin Conway: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; 78-84 CB/SL flashes above-average to plus; Indiana State transfer; 6-1, 210 pounds (2015: 9.00 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 51.2 IP – 2.25 ERA) (2016: 10.96 K/9 – 9.23 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 4.60 ERA) (2017: 9.46 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 2.97 ERA) (2018: 10.13 K/9 – 6.38 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 2.25 ERA)
Louisville SR LHP Rabon Martin: 86-90 FB; 75-79 CB/SL; 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: 7.13 K/9 – 3.75 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 4.88 ERA) (2018: 8.82 K/9 – 5.88 BB/9 – 15.1 IP – 2.93 ERA)
LSU JR RHP Caleb Gilbert: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average to plus 82-87 SL, up to 90 in 2017; low- to mid-80s CU; CB; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: 8.68 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 5.04 ERA) (2017: 10.34 K/9 – 1.85 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 2.16 ERA) (2018: 6.17 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 5.58 ERA)
LSU JR RHP Cam Sanders: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; good CB/SL; CU; good athlete; 6-2, 170 pounds (2018: 11.79 K/9 – 6.16 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 5.61 ERA)
LSU SO RHP Zack Hess: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; plus 78-85 SL/CB; 82-91 CU, average upside; 6-6, 215 pounds (2017: 12.33 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 3.12 ERA) (2018: 10.40 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 5.05 ERA)
Maine JR RHP Nick Silva: 90-95 FB; 81-82 CU; 73 CB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 9.89 K/9 – 3.42 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 5.89 ERA) (2017: 8.72 K/9 – 6.61 BB/9 – 64.0 IP – 4.64 ERA) (2018: 8.52 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 6.10 ERA)
Maine SR RHP John Arel: 86-90 FB, 92 peak; above-average SL; 6-7, 275 pounds (2016: 9.20 K/9 – 2.39 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 3.94 ERA) (2017: 10.57 K/9 – 7.83 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 12.13 ERA) (2018: 7.86 K/9 – 4.82 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 4.41 ERA)
Maine SR RHP Justin Courtney: 86-91 FB; good cutter; good CB/SL; good CU; 6-5, 225 pounds (2015: 4.75 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 3.25 ERA) (2016: 6.14 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 4.30 ERA) (2017: 6.91 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.92 ERA) (2018: 11.14 K/9 – 3.43 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 2.57 ERA)
Maryland JR RHP Hunter Parsons: 86-92 FB with sink; good 77-80 SL/CB; plus to plus-plus CU; cutter; good command; deceptive; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 7.00 K/9 – 3.25 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2017: 10.00 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 12.05 ERA) (2018: 6.23 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 89.0 IP – 3.44 ERA)
Maryland JR RHP John Murphy: 84-90 FB, 92 peak; good CB; 6-4, 250 pounds (2016: 8.18 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 9.82 ERA) (2017: 7.69 K/9 – 2.28 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 1.71 ERA) (2018: 13.16 K/9 – 7.47 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Maryland SR RHP Ryan Hill: 6-1, 235 pounds (2017: 10.62 K/9 – 4.83 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 5.01 ERA) (2018: 10.24 K/9 – 5.85 BB/9 – 12.1 IP – 2.92 ERA)
Maryland SR RHP Taylor Bloom: 84-90 FB with sink, 91 peak; plus 75-84 CU; average 74-75 cut-SL; plus FB command; plus control; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 7.41 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 3.97 ERA) (2016: 5.28 K/9 – 0.79 BB/9 – 102.1 IP – 2.46 ERA) (2017: 5.34 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 89.1 IP – 3.83 ERA) (2018: 5.67 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 3.99 ERA)
Massachusetts JR RHP Casey Aubin: 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 7.72 K/9 – 2.38 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 5.93 ERA) (2017: 7.35 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 6.15 ERA) (2018: 9.30 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)
Massachusetts JR RHP Justin Lasko: 88-92 FB with sink; good CU; 6-4, 210 pounds (2016: 6.21 K/9 – 2.33 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 4.19 ERA) (2017: 6.72 K/9 – 2.17 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 3.69 ERA) (2018: 6.91 K/9 – 2.20 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 2.52 ERA)
Massachusetts-Lowell JR LHP Ricky Constant: 85-91 FB, 93-94 peak; good SL; CU; 6-6, 200 pounds (2016: 7.02 K/9 – 7.46 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 5.05 ERA) (2017: 6.00 K/9 – 16.20 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 10.20 ERA) (2018: 12.69 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 5.17 ERA)
Massachusetts-Lowell JR RHP Collin Duffley: low-90s FB; good CB/SL; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 10.23 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 6.11 ERA) (2017: 9.26 K/9 – 3.91 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 2.74 ERA)
Massachusetts-Lowell JR RHP Nick Rand: 92 FB; good SL/CB; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 10.04 K/9 – 6.18 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 4.24 ERA) (2017: 10.61 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 3.42 ERA) (2018: 8.75 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 3.61 ERA)
Massachusetts-Lowell SR RHP Andrew Ryan: 88-92 FB; good SL; good command; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: 4.58 K/9 – 2.68 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 2.68 ERA) (2016: 6.94 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 4.11 ERA) (2017: 6.90 K/9 – 3.39 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 2.91 ERA) (2018: 8.25 K/9 – 3.48 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 3.18 ERA)
Massachusetts-Lowell SR RHP Luke Tomczyk: 93-94 peak; good cutter; 6-5, 235 pounds (2017: 8.29 K/9 – 6.16 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 5.21 ERA) (2018: 8.21 K/9 – 6.50 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 2.39 ERA)
Memphis JR RHP Alex Hicks: 86-88 FB with sink; average SL; 6-4, 215 pounds (2016: 6.75 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 7.34 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 5.26 ERA) (2018: 8.01 K/9 – 2.98 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 6.44 ERA)
Memphis JR RHP Jonathan Bowlan: 87-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average to plus 78-86 cut-SL; very occasional 70-72 CB; 83-84 CU; inconsistent stuff start to start; really good athlete; FAVORITE; D1 comp: Seth Rosin; 6-6, 260 pounds (2016: 4.75 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 4.42 ERA) (2017: 8.36 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 3.75 ERA) (2018: 11.01 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 3.71 ERA)
Memphis JR RHP Riley Cabral: 87-93 FB; average to above-average 79-81 SL; 5-10, 215 pounds (2017*: 12.11 K/9 – 3.39 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 3.27 ERA) (2018: 8.80 K/9 – 5.92 BB/9 – 59.1 IP – 4.85 ERA)
Memphis rJR RHP Blake Bennett: 93 peak; cutter; 6-2, 240 pounds (2017: 7.84 K/9 – 4.55 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 3.79 ERA) (2018: 8.68 K/9 – 2.98 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 3.72 ERA)
Memphis SR RHP Connor Alexander: 87-92 FB with plus sink, 93 peak; above-average SL; old Brandon Webb comp; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: 6.63 K/9 – 1.89 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 4.03 ERA) (2016: 4.88 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 86.2 IP – 5.19 ERA) (2017: 6.07 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 5.08 ERA) (2018: 4.80 K/9 – 3.20 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 5.20 ERA)
Mercer JR LHP Austin Cox: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average 77-80 CB/SL, plus upside; 84-86 CU; cutter; deceptive; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 12.04 K/9 – 4.10 BB/9 – 68.0 IP – 5.69 ERA) (2018: 12.74 K/9 – 4.42 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 4.52 ERA)
Mercer JR RHP Conrad Broom: (2016: 10.71 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 63.0 IP – 3.57 ERA) (2017: 11.98 K/9 – 3.36 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 2.04 ERA) (2018: 13.50 K/9 – 2.92 BB/9 – 74.0 IP – 1.70 ERA)
Mercer JR RHP Nick Spear: 92-93 FB; 5-11, 175 pounds (2016: 9.81 K/9 – 4.55 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 6.21 ERA) (2017: 12.89 K/9 – 4.38 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 2.92 ERA) (2018: 14.10 K/9 – 7.28 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 3.52 ERA)
Mercer SR LH Christian Vann: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 12.16 K/9 – 5.35 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 4.14 ERA) (2018: 10.89 K/9 – 5.12 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 3.93 ERA)
Miami (Ohio) JR LHP Zach Spears: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 79-81 CB; 84 cut-SL; mid-80s CU; deceptive; 6-7, 240 pounds (2016: 7.59 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 5.53 ERA) (2017: 10.35 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 60.0 IP – 5.85 ERA) (2018: 9.66 K/9 – 4.28 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.73 ERA)
Miami (Ohio) JR RHP Cole Gnetz: 89-91 FB; plus CU; good SL; 6-4, 210 pounds (2016: 8.66 K/9 – 5.17 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 3.75 ERA) (2017: 10.20 K/9 – 13.20 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 13.20 ERA) (2018: 17.25 K/9 – 6.99 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 5.59 ERA)
Miami (Ohio) JR RHP Nick Ernst: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; plus 81-83 SL; CU; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: 9.40 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 3.76 ERA) (2017: 6.92 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 2.63 ERA) (2018: 8.00 K/9 – 1.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 1.00 ERA)
Michigan JR LHP/OF William Tribucher: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; average 75-81 SL; average 83-86 CU; deceptive; good athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 8.54 K/9 – 5.31 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 5.31 ERA) (2017: 10.29 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.63 ERA) (2018: 10.57 K/9 – 5.16 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA)
Michigan JR RHP Troy Miller: 90-94 FB; good CU; CB; 6-4, 215 pounds (2018: 7.54 K/9 – 5.20 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.37 ERA)
Michigan rSO LHP Ben Keizer: upper-80s FB; good CU; CB; 6-2, 200 pounds
Michigan SR RHP Alec Rennard: 88-92 FB; 78-84 SL; deceptive; good command; 6-3, 210 pounds (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 4.43 ERA) (2018: 7.05 K/9 – 2.19 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 3.41 ERA)
Michigan SR RHP Jayce Vancena: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 80-83 SL/CB with upside; CU; 6-5, 225 pounds (2015: 4.30 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2017: 6.46 K/9 – 0.92 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2018: 6.76 K/9 – 3.53 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 6.46 ERA)
Michigan State JR LHP Evan Flohr: 90 FB; 6-3, 190 pounds (2018: 8.18 K/9 – 7.36 BB/9 – 22.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)
Michigan State JR RHP Riley McCauley: 88-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 76-83 CB/SL; average 78-84 CU; stuff plays up as a reliever; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 7.94 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 1.59 ERA) (2017: 17.23 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 2.10 ERA) (2018: 9.93 K/9 – 4.39 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 4.55 ERA)
Michigan State rSO RHP Caleb Sleeman: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 6.43 K/9 – 1.43 BB/9 – 12.2 IP – 3.55 ERA) (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 5.57 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 5.57 ERA)
Michigan State rSR RHP Ethan Landon: 87-92 FB with plus sink, 93 peak; average 76-80 SL/CB, leans on it; 80 CU with average upside; Kansas State transfer; deceptive; 6-5, 215 pounds (2016: 6.25 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 2.75 ERA) (2017: 6.30 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 6.29 ERA) (2018: 7.90 K/9 – 3.74 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 4.16 ERA)
Michigan State rSR RHP Jake Lowery: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; good 78-79 SL; CU; TJ survivor; 6-3, 235 pounds (2014: 5.82 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 33 IP – 2.91 ERA) (2016: 10.61 K/9 – 2.40 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 2.73 ERA) (2017: 12.35 K/9 – 2.82 BB/9 – 51.0 IP – 3.71 ERA) (2018: 10.07 K/9 – 2.14 BB/9 – 42.0 IP – 2.57 ERA)
Michigan State SR LHP Keegan Baar: 87-92 FB; SL; CU; 6-4, 210 pounds (2015: 7.41 K/9 – 2.12 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 2.12 ERA) (2016: 5.32 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 2.55 ERA) (2017: 4.39 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 12.1 IP – 5.11 ERA)
Minnesota JR LHP Nick Lackney: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; 82-85 cut-SL; CU; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 5.88 K/9 – 6.47 BB/9 – 15.1 IP – 2.93 ERA) (2017: 7.80 K/9 – 7.52 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 5.85 ERA) (2018: 8.49 K/9 – 2.76 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 5.32 ERA)
Minnesota JR RHP Jake Stevenson: 87-92 FB; 6-4, 225 pounds (2016: 6.99 K/9 – 9.61 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 3.48 ERA) (2017: 5.43 K/9 – 6.21 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 4.63 ERA) (2018: 4.61 K/9 – 4.91 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 5.52 ERA)
Minnesota rJR RHP Reggie Meyer: 89-91 FB with plus sink; 81-82 SL; 84 CU; plus athlete; 6-4, 210 pounds (2015: 4.15 K/9 – 4.85 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 9.00 ERA) (2017: 5.09 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2018: 5.78 K/9 – 1.23 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 2.75 ERA)
Minnesota SR RHP Fred Manke: 6-1, 210 pounds (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2018: 10.31 K/9 – 5.63 BB/9 – 9.2 IP – 3.72 ERA)
Minnesota SR RHP Jackson Rose: 90-92 FB, 93 peak; 72-73 CB; 79-82 SL; 6-2, 185 pounds (2017: 8.67 K/9 – 5.96 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 3.78 ERA) (2018: 8.67 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 2.00 ERA)
Mississippi JR RHP Dallas Woolfork: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; average 79-84 SL flashes plus; 76-81 CB (could be slower SL); 83-84 CU; plus deception; 6-2, 225 pounds (2016: 4.09 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 2.55 ERA) (2017: 9.81 K/9 – 1.20 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.15 ERA) (2018: 10.07 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 2.51 ERA)
Mississippi JR RHP James McArthur: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average 77-85 SL/CB, above-average upside; average 81-85 CU; good athlete; 6-7, 235 pounds (2016: 8.96 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 4.26 ERA) (2017: 8.36 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 64.2 IP – 4.73 ERA) (2018: 7.92 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 4.10 ERA)
Mississippi rJR RHP Brady Feigl: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-84 SL/CB, will show both but SL is ahead; average 80-86 CU, above-average upside; good command; 6-4, 225 pounds (2016: 8.65 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.76 ERA) (2017: 9.17 K/9 – 1.70 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 4.08 ERA) (2018: 8.79 K/9 – 2.69 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 3.83 ERA)
Mississippi rSO RHP Parker Caracci: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 80-82 SL; average 75-81 CB; 83 CU; 5-11, 200 pounds (2018: 14.04 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 1.85 ERA)
Mississippi SO LHP Ryan Rolison: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 76-84 CB/SL (true hybrid, more SL), easy plus to plus-plus upside; 82-86 CU; advanced command; great athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 9.35 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.07 ERA) (2018: 11.10 K/9 – 4.16 BB/9 – 97.1 IP – 3.70 ERA)
Mississippi SR RHP Will Stokes: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 77-81 SL, flashes above-average; average 79-84 CU; 5-11, 200 pounds (2015: 4.50 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 6.64 ERA) (2016: 8.37 K/9 – 1.47 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 2.93 ERA) (2017: 9.38 K/9 – 2.68 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 2.67 ERA) (2018: 8.88 K/9 – 3.23 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 6.85 ERA)
Mississippi State JR LHP Konnor Pilkington: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-84 CU; inconsistent (better in 2018, mostly average) 74-80 CB, flashes above-average to plus; 80-82 SL; good command; young for class; 6-3, 225 pounds (2017: 9.25 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 108.0 IP – 3.08 ERA) (2018: 9.53 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 91.2 IP – 4.61 ERA)
Mississippi State JR RHP Keegan James: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; good 81-85 CU; above-average 75-78 SL; CB; cutter; TJ survivor; 6-3, 225 pounds (2018: 8.94 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 4.68 ERA)
Mississippi State rJR RHP/1B Cole Gordon: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; plus CU; average 84-86 cut-SL; 75-76 CB; TJ survivor; above-average power upside; strong; improved glove; 6-6, 240 pounds (2016: .333/.429/.611 – 0 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 18 AB) (2017: 9.60 K/9 – 4.88 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 5.69 ERA) (2018: 9.53 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 5.53 ERA)
Mississippi State rSO LHP Ethan Small: 86-94 FB, 96 peak; good 77-80 CU; above-average 72-75 CB; good deception; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds (2018: 11.25 K/9 – 3.26 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 2.94 ERA)
Missouri JR LHP Michael Plassmeyer: 85-92 FB; above-average 79-82 CU; average to above-average 77-80 CB/SL; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 6.52 K/9 – 1.40 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 5.12 ERA) (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 4.83 ERA) (2018: 10.15 K/9 – 1.68 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 3.05 ERA)
Missouri SR RHP Bryce Montes de Oca: 90-96 FB, 100 peak; average 77-82 SL/CB (84-86), flashes above-average to plus; 88-91 split-CU; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-7, 260 pounds (2015: 11.25 K/9 – 10.13 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 6.75 ERA) (2017: 8.91 K/9 – 6.24 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 4.30 ERA) (2018: 10.71 K/9 – 5.44 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 3.13 ERA)
Missouri State JR RHP Dylan Coleman: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; 83-87 CU; average 75-80 CB; average to above-average 80-84 SL, plus upside; 6-6, 240 pounds (2016: 10.21 K/9 – 6.10 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 4.98 ERA) (2017: 9.61 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2018: 11.37 K/9 – 5.03 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 3.63 ERA)
Moorpark JC LHP Andrew Nardi: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; average mid-70s CB; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2018: 10.24 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9)
Morehead State SR RHP David Calderon: 90-93 FB, 95 peak; good SL; CU; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: 6.94 K/9 – 6.56 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 8.81 ERA) (2017: 7.33 K/9 – 7.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 6.33 ERA) (2018: 12.76 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 4.10 ERA)
Navy JR RHP Noah Song: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 6.81 K/9 – 2.75 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 2.75 ERA) (2017: 10.54 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 3.67 ERA) (2018: 12.24 K/9 – 4.15 BB/9 – 89.0 IP – 1.92 ERA)
Nebraska JR LHP Jake McSteen: 87-91 FB; good CU; cutter; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 4.38 K/9 – 3.04 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 4.56 ERA) (2017: 6.36 K/9 – 2.27 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 2.04 ERA) (2018: 7.86 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 12.2 IP – 8.53 ERA)
Nebraska JR RHP Chad Luensmann: out in 2018 (TJ 1/18); 88-94 with sink; 77-81 CB/SL; 74-80 CU; 6-4, 240 pounds (2016: 5.45 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 1.18 ERA) (2017: 6.86 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9 – 43.1 IP – 4.34 ERA)
Nebraska JR RHP Matt Waldron: 84-90 FB with sink, 93 peak; 72 SL; 78 CU; good command; good athlete; 6-2, 185 pounds (2016: 6.69 K/9 – 1.79 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 2.87 ERA) (2017: 7.04 K/9 – 1.47 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 4.09 ERA) (2018: 7.89 K/9 – 1.55 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Nebraska JR RHP Robbie Palkert: 89-92 FB with sink; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 6.84 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 2.88 ERA) (2017: 8.50 K/9 – 2.62 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 2.61 ERA)
Nebraska rJR LHP Nate Fisher: 87-90 FB; 72-73 CB/SL; good command; TJ survivor; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: 7.50 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 5.53 ERA) (2018: 5.87 K/9 – 1.96 BB/9 – 46.0 IP – 7.24 ERA)
Nebraska rSR RHP Jake Hohensee: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; above-average to plus 79-83 CU; average 74-78 SL, flashes plus; TJ survivor; 6-3, 225 pounds (2014: 6.99 K/9 – 5.72 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 5.08 ERA) (2015: 7.41 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 2.12 ERA) (2017: 6.41 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 4.39 ERA) (2018: 9.84 K/9 – 2.11 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 1.05 ERA)
Nebraska SR RHP Matt Warren: 88-91 FB with sink; Creighton transfer; TJ survivor; 6-0, 215 pounds (2018: 5.94 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 5.77 ERA)
Nebraska SR RHP/OF Luis Alvarado: 90-94 FB; average 77-79 SL, above-average upside; 84-85 split-CU; CB; above-average to plus arm; above-average power upside; great athlete; quick bat; can also play 3B; 6-4, 210 pounds (2015: .303/.370/.404 – 9 BB/15 K – 1/2 SB – 89 AB) (2016: .251/.318/.313 – 17 BB/32 K – 4/6 SB – 179 AB) (2017: .283/.324/.381 – 12 BB/38 K – 5/5 SB – 226 AB) (2017: 8.65 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 1.72 ERA) (2018: 8.36 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 4.89 ERA)
New Mexico JR RHP Christian Tripp: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 80-82 SL; 78-80 CU; 6-7, 215 pounds (2017: 8.36 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 5.14 ERA) (2018: 9.67 K/9 – 3.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 2.33 ERA)
New Mexico State JR RHP Kyle Bradish: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; 85-88 CU; above-average 78-82 CB; 82-84 SL; 6-4, 190 pounds (2016: 8.52 K/9 – 4.47 BB/9 – 86.2 IP – 4.67 ERA) (2017: 9.50 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.20 ERA) (2018: 12.48 K/9 – 4.90 BB/9 – 101.0 IP – 2.67 ERA)
Norfolk State JR RHP Chase Anderson: 84-87 FB; good CB; good SL; CU; 5-9, 160 pounds (2016: 9.73 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 5.67 ERA) (2016: .244/.343/.267 – 14 BB/16 K – 0/0 SB – 90 AB) (2017: 9.05 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 2.82 ERA) (2018: 7.16 K/9 – 3.49 BB/9 – 98.0 IP – 3.12 ERA)
North Carolina A&T SR RHP Josh Stikeleather: 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: 5.86 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 6.88 ERA) (2018: 10.14 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 1.82 ERA)
North Carolina A&T SR RHP Marcello Betances: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good SL; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 7.27 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 5.35 ERA) (2018: 8.13 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 3.99 ERA)
North Carolina Central rJR LHP Justice Sampson: low-90s FB; good SL; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: 4.94 K/9 – 4.35 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 4.65 ERA) (2017: 11.17 K/9 – 5.08 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 4.05 ERA) (2018: 10.76 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 3.95 ERA)
North Carolina Central SR RHP Devin Sweet: 87-91 FB; plus 74-75 CU; 80 SL; 5-11, 200 pounds (2015: .343/.465/.429 – 8 BB/8 K – 1/1 SB – 35 AB) (2015: 7.15 K/9 – 4.63 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.91 ERA) (2016: 8.32 K/9 – 5.48 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 6.80 ERA) (2017: 8.12 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 3.33 ERA) (2018: 9.18 K/9 – 2.11 BB/9 – 85.1 IP – 4.54 ERA)
North Carolina Central SR RHP Jonathan Figueroa: 86-90 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 6.22 K/9 – 4.02 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 8.03 ERA) (2017: 8.71 K/9 – 4.21 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 5.37 ERA) (2018: 6.64 K/9 – 3.72 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 4.37 ERA)
North Carolina Central SR RHP Nick Caregnato: 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: 8.14 K/9 – 9.86 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 8.57 ERA) (2018: 10.93 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 3.88 ERA)
North Carolina Greensboro JR RHP Matt Frisbee: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 75-83 CB/SL; CU; good command; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 6.69 K/9 – 4.07 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.98 ERA) (2017: 6.89 K/9 – 2.80 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 4.10 ERA) (2018: 11.43 K/9 – 2.27 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 3.45 ERA)
North Carolina Greensboro SR RHP Andrew Wantz: 88-92 FB; plus 80-83 split-CU with major sink; good 80-81 SL; 6-4, 240 pounds (2015: 6.23 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 51.2 IP – 5.54 ERA) (2016: 11.11 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 2.97 ERA) (2017: 8.43 K/9 – 3.43 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 4.08 ERA) (2018: 13.25 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 2.95 ERA)
North Carolina Greensboro SR RHP Jack Maynard: 90-92 FB; plus mid-70s CU; 5-11, 190 pounds (2017: 10.59 K/9 – 3.44 BB/9 – 68.0 IP – 4.24 ERA) (2018: 11.52 K/9 – 1.56 BB/9 – 63.1 IP – 2.13 ERA)
North Carolina JR RHP Cooper Criswell: 88-91 FB with sink; 79-81 SL; 6-6, 200 pounds (2018: 10.78 K/9 – 1.37 BB/9 – 59.1 IP – 3.19 ERA)
North Carolina JR RHP Rodney Hutchison: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; plus CU; average 80-86 SL; deceptive; 6-6, 240 pounds (2016: 8.47 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 5.82 ERA) (2017: 8.14 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.14 ERA) (2018: 8.31 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.79 ERA)
North Carolina JR RHP Taylor Sugg: 88-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; average 78-82 SL; good 79-85 CU; above-average 74-80 CB/SL; 6-1, 175 pounds (2016: 9.86 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 14.2 IP – 2.45 ERA) (2017: 5.87 K/9 – 4.57 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 1.95 ERA) (2018: 8.65 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 5.40 ERA)
North Carolina rJR RHP Hansen Butler: 89-93 FB, 94-95 peak; CB with upside; above-average 78-80 SL; above-average 79-82 CU; good deception; 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: 10.71 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 3.43 ERA) (2016: 12.00 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 2.00 ERA) (2018: 15.94 K/9 – 13.13 BB/9 – 9.2 IP – 6.52 ERA)
North Carolina rJR RHP Jason Morgan: 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average 75-81 CB/SL; good 82-87 CU, really like it; 80-85 cut-SL, flashes average; 6-6, 215 pounds (2015: 3.13 K/9 – 1.96 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2016: 6.65 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 4.10 ERA) (2017: 7.43 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 3.92 ERA)
North Carolina rSO RHP Josh Hiatt: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average 77-81 SL, above-average to plus upside; plus 82-88 split-CU, flashes plus-plus; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds (2017: 11.08 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 1.90 ERA) (2018: 9.36 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 2.76 ERA)
North Carolina SO RHP Austin Bergner: 87-95 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 82-89 CU (inconsistent), plus upside; average 74-79 CB/SL; 6-4, 200 pounds (2017: 8.44 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2018: 9.44 K/9 – 3.88 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.26 ERA)
North Carolina SR RHP Brett Daniels: 87-92 FB; above-average 78-84 CU, flashes plus; 71-75 CB with upside; good 80-83 SL; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 8.20 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 2.17 ERA) (2017: 7.37 K/9 – 4.47 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 2.68 ERA) (2018: 10.52 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 2.35 ERA)
North Carolina State rJR RHP Austin Staley: 88-91 FB; good 78 CB/SL; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 8.09 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 3.16 ERA) (2017: 8.32 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 3.59 ERA)
North Carolina State rJR RHP Nolan Clenney: 89-93 FB with sink; good 82-83 SL; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 11.55 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 3.70 ERA)
North Carolina State rSR RHP Joe O’Donnell: 86-92 FB with above-average sink, 93 peak; 79-82 SL/CB flashes above-average to plus; 81-85 CU, average upside; good deception; good command; 2017: 85-88 FB; 76-79 CB/SL; 6-2, 185 pounds (2014: 8.36 K/9 – 5.46 BB/9 – 28 IP – 4.18 ERA) (2015: 9.35 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 2.08 ERA) (2016: 7.19 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 4.02 ERA) (2017: 10.99 K/9 – 5.03 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2018: 11.89 K/9 – 2.57 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 0.96 ERA)
North Carolina State rSR RHP Johnny Piedmonte: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; 74-77 CB with average upside; emerging 80-83 SL; CU; reliever for me; TJ survivor; 6-8, 240 pounds (2015: 7.26 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 49.2 IP – 3.26 ERA) (2016: 7.41 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 5.56 ERA) (2017: 6.14 K/9 – 3.07 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 2.77 ERA) (2018: 6.75 K/9 – 3.89 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)
North Carolina State SO RHP Dalton Feeney: hurt in 2018 (TJ); 88-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 79-82 CB/SL; 78-80 CU; cutter; good athlete; 6-3, 230 pounds (2017: 5.92 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 2.53 ERA)
North Carolina State SR LHP Brian Brown: 83-89 FB; above-average to plus 71-77 CU; 69-74 CB/SL; plus command; good deception; D1 comp: lefty Preston Morrison; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: 8.82 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 79.2 IP – 2.03 ERA) (2016: 8.12 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 3.70 ERA) (2017: 8.46 K/9 – 4.30 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 3.76 ERA) (2018: 9.04 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 2.71 ERA)
North Dakota State rSR RHP Kevin Folman: low-90s FB; 6-2, 210 pounds (2014: 5.54 K/9 – 3.81 BB/9 – 26 IP – 6.58 ERA) (2015: 4.85 K/9 – 5.54 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 9.00 ERA) (2017: 7.78 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 2.70 ERA) (2018: 9.74 K/9 – 2.19 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 3.18 ERA)
North Florida JR RHP Franklin German: 90-93 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 6.00 K/9 – 3.55 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.36 ERA) (2017: 8.41 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 81.1 IP – 2.43 ERA) (2018: 10.65 K/9 – 1.38 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 1.58 ERA)
North Florida JR RHP Trace Norkus: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 4.66 K/9 – 9.31 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 9.35 K/9 – 4.15 BB/9 – 26.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)
North Florida SR RHP Brad Deppermann: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average SL; average CB; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: 9.50 K/9 – 0.50 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2016: 6.55 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 10.64 ERA) (2017: 7.09 K/9 – 1.35 BB/9 – 53.1 IP – 5.57 ERA) (2018: 8.22 K/9 – 2.48 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 4.30 ERA)
North Greenville SR RHP Avery Greer: 92-95 FB, 97 peak; cut-SL; FAVORITE; 6-5, 215 pounds (2018: 13.85 K/9 – 8.08 BB/9)
North Iowa Area JC SO LHP Brandon Williamson: 90-95 FB; average CU; average CB; average SL, above-average upside; 6-5, 200 pounds (2018: 14.18 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9)
Northwestern SR RHP Tommy Bordignon: 94-95 peak; SL flashes above-average; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 6.34 K/9 – 5.96 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 4.84 ERA) (2017: 6.75 K/9 – 9.56 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 9.28 ERA) (2018: 8.21 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 3.71 ERA)
Notre Dame rSR LHP Scott Tully: 80-85 FB; good 68-70 CU; CB; SL; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: 8.68 K/9 – 2.21 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 3.17 ERA) (2016: 8.78 K/9 – 5.12 BB/9 – 12.3 IP – 8.03 ERA) (2017: 6.35 K/9 – 5.29 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 3.71 ERA) (2018: 5.71 K/9 – 3.98 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 4.20 ERA)
Nova Southeastern rSO RHP Devin Conn: 90-93 FB; Middle Tennessee State transfer (2018: 13.51 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9)
Ohio State JR LHP Connor Curlis: 88-91 FB; good CB/SL; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 15.00 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 6.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2017: 8.34 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 4.02 ERA) (2018: 7.95 K/9 – 3.16 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 3.81 ERA)
Ohio State JR RHP Ryan Feltner: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; average to above-average 78-84 SL; average 80-86 CU; 75-77 CB; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 8.00 K/9 – 3.94 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.06 ERA) (2017: 8.19 K/9 – 4.03 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 6.32 ERA) (2018: 8.62 K/9 – 4.31 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 4.62 ERA)
Ohio State rSR RHP Adam Niemeyer: 87-91 FB; CU; TJ survivor; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: 5.73 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 2.18 ERA) (2016: 8.87 K/9 – 1.52 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 4.31 ERA) (2017: 5.98 K/9 – 1.56 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 4.67 ERA) (2018: 6.92 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 6.24 ERA)
Ohio State rSR RHP Yianni Pavlopoulos: 89-92 FB with sink; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 10.34 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.03 ERA) (2017: 5.40 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 6.53 ERA) (2018: 6.88 K/9 – 7.90 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 4.84 ERA)
Ohio State rSR RHP/1B Curtiss Irving: 6-2, 220 pounds (2014: 5.21 K/9 – 5.68 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 4.26 ERA) (2018: 9.60 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 5.40 ERA)
Ohio State SR RHP Seth Kinker: 86-88 FB with sink; good 76-82 SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 7.77 K/9 – 1.23 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 2.86 ERA) (2016: 7.42 K/9 – 1.65 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 1.65 ERA) (2017: 8.38 K/9 – 2.02 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 2.95 ERA) (2018: 8.81 K/9 – 0.74 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 1.49 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP Austin Hansen: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; good 79-82 CB/SL; 82 CU; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 8.80 K/9 – 6.20 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 2.93 ERA) (2017: 7.45 K/9 – 5.52 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 12.21 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.39 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP Connor Berry: 88-90 FB; 6-0, 170 pounds (2016: 7.20 K/9 – 9.60 BB/9 – 15.0 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2017: 12.54 K/9 – 5.46 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 1.93 ERA) (2018: 11.31 K/9 – 4.92 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 1.47 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP Dylan Grove: 87-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; average or better 77-81 SL flashes plus; splitter; CU; 6-2, 170 pounds (2016: 8.18 K/9 – 5.98 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 3.77 ERA) (2017: 11.90 K/9 – 9.92 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 4.71 ERA) (2018: 8.64 K/9 – 6.97 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 3.90 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP Jake Irvin: 88-93 FB, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 75-84 CB/SL; occasional 84-87 CU (78-80); good athlete; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 8.15 K/9 – 4.80 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.47 ERA) (2017: 9.47 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.53 ERA) (2018: 10.71 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 91.2 IP – 2.85 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP Kyle Tyler: 88-92 FB; plus 78 SL; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 7.41 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 2.12 ERA) (2017: 6.81 K/9 – 6.61 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 5.15 ERA) (2018: 11.52 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 63.1 IP – 2.84 ERA)
Oklahoma JR RHP/1B Ryan Madden: 85-95 FB; 78-80 CB; CU; plus deception; 6-3, 185 pounds (2016: 5.25 K/9 – 2.25 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 7.50 K/9 – 3.50 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 4.83 ERA) (2018: 6.06 K/9 – 3.73 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 5.59 ERA)
Oklahoma rJR RHP Lane Ramsey: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 6-8, 250 pounds (2017: 3.38 K/9 – 5.63 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 9.00 ERA) (2018: 7.58 K/9 – 6.16 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 6.16 ERA)
Oklahoma SR RHP Devon Perez: 88-93 FB with sink; 82-84 CU; good 76-80 CB/SL; 6-5, 200 pounds (2017: 11.34 K/9 – 1.54 BB/9 – 64.1 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2018: 6.30 K/9 – 2.92 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.76 ERA)
Oklahoma State JR RHP Joe Lienhard: 89-92 FB; good SL; CB; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 8.71 K/9 – 5.81 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 3.37 ERA) (2017: 8.23 K/9 – 4.39 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 4.66 ERA) (2018: 7.97 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 66.2 IP – 5.26 ERA)
Oklahoma State rJR LHP Carson Teel: 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; good 77 CU; SL; good command; deceptive; 6-0, 170 pounds (2016: 9.22 K/9 – 5.42 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 2.70 ERA) (2017: 10.73 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 64.2 IP – 3.06 ERA) (2018: 9.78 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 81.0 IP – 4.56 ERA)
Oklahoma State rSO RHP Ben Leeper: 90-94 FB; mid-80s SL; 5-11, 190 pounds (2018: 11.09 K/9 – 7.17 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 12.36 ERA)
Oklahoma State rSO RHP Jensen Elliott: 86-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good cutter; good 80-82 SL; good CU, flashes plus; good command; 6-6, 220 pounds (2016: 7.32 K/9 – 3.61 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2017: 10.49 K/9 – 2.83 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 3.63 ERA)
Oklahoma State SO RHP Jonathan Heasley: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 80-86 SL; good 81 CB; CU; good athlete; 6-3, 220 pounds (2017: 7.34 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.55 ERA) (2018: 9.13 K/9 – 4.56 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 6.72 ERA)
Oklahoma State SR RHP Reza Aleaziz: 95 FB with sink; TJ survivor; 6-5, 220 pounds (2018: 6.65 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 43.1 IP – 4.57 ERA)
Oral Roberts JR RHP Grant Townsend: 6-0, 190 pounds (2018: 11.66 K/9 – 3.50 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 4.19 ERA)
Oral Roberts rSR RHP Kyler Stout: 88-92 FB; good command; 6-0, 200 pounds (2014: 9.72 K/9 – 4.68 BB/9 – 25 IP – 4.32 ERA) (2015: 10.19 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 10.2 IP – 0.84 ERA) (2016: 6.00 K/9 – 13.50 BB/9 – 6.0 IP – 3.00 ERA) (2017: 9.19 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 1.62 ERA) (2018: 15.33 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 2.60 ERA)
Oral Roberts SR RHP Brady Womacks: 6-4, 215 pounds (2016: 7.05 K/9 – 4.38 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 1.22 ERA) (2018: 11.25 K/9 – 2.53 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 3.09 ERA)
Oregon JR RHP Matt Mercer: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 70-75 CB; above-average 77-85 cut-SL, plus upside; above-average 80-85 CU, plus upside; great athlete; reminds me of Braden Shipley; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 6.98 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 4.28 ERA) (2017: 6.01 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 88.1 IP – 3.16 ERA) (2018: 8.74 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 4.16 ERA)
Oregon State SR RHP Drew Rasmussen: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; good 80-87 SL, flashes plus; average 83-87 CU with upside; 87-87 splitter; 87-88 cutter; inconsistent command; TJ surgery (4/16 and 9/17); 2017: 92-96 FB; average 85-86 CU; average 82-87 SL; 6-2, 225 pounds (2015: 6.96 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 106.0 IP – 2.80 ERA) (2017: 9.17 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 0.83 ERA)
Penn JR LHP John Alan Kendrick: 5-10, 160 pounds (2017: 11.51 K/9 – 7.33 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 7.27 ERA) (2018: 10.69 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 4.15 ERA)
Penn JR RHP Jake Nelson: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; cut-SL; CU; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 4.68 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 3.12 ERA) (2017: 7.31 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 2.25 ERA)
Penn SR LHP Gabe Kleiman: good CU; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 4.65 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 2.24 ERA) (2017: 7.47 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 4.23 ERA) (2018: 8.83 K/9 – 1.92 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 4.09 ERA)
Penn State JR RHP Justin Hagenman: 87-92 FB with plus sink, 93 peak; SL; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 4.28 K/9 – 2.09 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.84 ERA) (2017: 8.41 K/9 – 2.80 BB/9 – 80.1 IP – 5.49 ERA) (2018: 8.74 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 4.60 ERA)
Penn State rJR LHP Marko Bororich: 90-94 FB; SL; 6-3, 200 pounds (2018: 10.25 K/9 – 5.70 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 5.97 ERA)
Penn State rSO RHP Eric Mock: 6-2, 220 pounds (2017: 9.98 K/9 – 4.66 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 7.75 ERA)
Penn State SR LHP Taylor Lehman: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; good SL; CU; good command; 6-8, 240 pounds (2015: 6.36 K/9 – 4.81 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 6.36 ERA) (2016: 6.26 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 4.79 ERA) (2017: 9.84 K/9 – 5.91 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 8.16 ERA) (2018: 6.51 K/9 – 6.51 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 5.36 ERA)
Penn State SR RHP Nick Distasio: 85-88 FB; 5-11, 200 pounds (2015: 4.97 K/9 – 3.55 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 6.63 ERA) (2016: 7.87 K/9 – 3.69 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 4.42 ERA) (2017: 9.93 K/9 – 2.58 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 4.96 ERA) (2018: 11.84 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 7.2 IP – 5.87 ERA)
Pepperdine JR LHP Easton Lucas: 87-93 FB, 94 peak; above-average to plus upper-70s CU; low- to mid-70s CB; 6-4, 175 pounds (2016: 6.86 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 59.0 IP – 4.58 ERA) (2018: 7.46 K/9 – 4.11 BB/9 – 35.0 IP – 4.11 ERA)
Pepperdine rSO RHP Michael Mahony: 5-11, 190 pounds (2017: 9.94 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 16.1 IP – 2.76 ERA) (2018: 15.21 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 1.69 ERA)
Pittsburgh JR RHP/OF Yaya Chentouf: 90-94 FB; CB; strong arm; good speed; 5-9, 190 pounds (2016: 6.38 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 1.12 ERA) (2016: .212/.325/.212 – 5 BB/12 K – 4/4 SB – 33 AB) (2017: .229/.311/.254 – 9 BB/41 K – 6/8 SB – 118 AB) (2017: 4.63 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 13.2 IP – 4.61 ERA) (2018: 9.88 K/9 – 4.17 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 3.73 ERA)
Pittsburgh rJR RHP Blair Calvo: 90-95 FB; average SL; CB; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2018: 8.75 K/9 – 3.69 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 5.24 ERA)
Pittsburgh rSO RHP Derek West: 90-95 FB; 83-85 cut-SL; 73-75 CB; CU; 6-5, 225 pounds (2018: 8.46 K/9 – 4.32 BB/9 – 50.0 IP – 3.24 ERA)
Pittsburgh rSR RHP Matt Pidich: 88-91 FB; above-average 79-81 CU; 81-83 SL; TJ survivor; 6-3, 225 pounds (2015: 12.94 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 1.69 ERA) (2017: 7.63 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 4.61 ERA) (2018: 9.76 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 3.05 ERA)
Pittsburgh SO RHP RJ Freure: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 79-81 CB; deceptive; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 10.89 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 4.74 ERA) (2018: 14.59 K/9 – 5.38 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.30 ERA)
Portland SR RHP Kevin Baker: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average to plus SL, leans on it; CU; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 6.01 K/9 – 3.17 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 5.53 ERA) (2017: 11.41 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 62.1 IP – 3.03 ERA) (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 0.00 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 2.45 ERA)
Prairie View A&M SR RHP/OF Darrien Williams: 93-96 FB; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: .211/.328/.316 – 10 BB/23 K – 5/7 SB – 57 AB) (2016: 5.70 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 60.0 IP – 9.30 ERA) (2016: .350/.448/.650 – 13 BB/23 K – 3/4 SB – 80 AB) (2017: 8.42 K/9 – 6.29 BB/9 – 67.1 IP – 4.28 ERA) (2018: 8.17 K/9 – 4.62 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 5.80 ERA)
Presbyterian JR RHP Colton Springs: 6-1, 165 pounds (2016: 11.53 K/9 – 4.88 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 6.20 ERA) (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 15.75 BB/9 – 12.0 IP – 14.25 ERA) (2018: 13.38 K/9 – 8.21 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.34 ERA)
Presbyterian SR RHP Tanner Chock: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 80-83 CU; average 77-81 CB/SL; 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: 6.05 K/9 – 5.75 BB/9 – 61.0 IP – 4.72 ERA) (2016: 7.53 K/9 – 4.60 BB/9 – 86.0 IP – 4.60 ERA) (2017: 7.72 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 4.65 ERA) (2018: 8.54 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 70.2 IP – 4.84 ERA)
Presbyterian SR RHP/3B Ryan Hedrick: 88-91 FB; average SL; good CU; plus athlete; good speed; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .278/.345/.405 – 20 BB/41 K – 4/7 SB – 205 AB) (2016: 6.00 K/9 – 4.71 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 6.00 ERA) (2016: .238/.267/.392 – 5 BB/30 K – 3/4 SB – 130 AB) (2017: 8.25 K/9 – 3.25 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 3.50 ERA) (2018: 9.75 K/9 – 1.88 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 1.88 ERA)
Princeton JR LHP Ryan Smith: 5-11, 185 pounds (2017: 8.92 K/9 – 3.31 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 3.82 ERA) (2018: 9.75 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 6.00 ERA)
Princeton SR RHP Ben Gross: 6-2, 215 pounds (2017: 8.76 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 4.20 ERA) (2018: 8.94 K/9 – 1.20 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 4.47 ERA)
Purdue JR LHP Gareth Stroh: 89 FB; good CB; CU; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 5.28 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 90.1 IP – 3.89 ERA) (2018: 4.41 K/9 – 5.62 BB/9 – 67.1 IP – 4.68 ERA)
Purdue JR LHP Ryan Beard: 85-88 FB; 73-75 SL; 6-4, 215 pounds (2018: 7.11 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Purdue JR RHP Trevor Cheaney: 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 10.10 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 4.46 ERA)
Purdue SR LHP Ross Learnard: 84 FB; good command; 6-2, 180 pounds (2017: 7.19 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 0.58 ERA) (2018: 8.73 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 2.45 ERA)
Purdue SR RHP Tanner Andrews: 87-94 FB, 97 peak; good low-80s split-CU; 84-87 SL; 6-4, 220 pounds (2016: 5.70 K/9 – 4.21 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 3.53 ERA) (2017: 6.14 K/9 – 4.31 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 4.52 ERA) (2018: 7.26 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 2.71 ERA)
Radford rSR RHP Austin Ross: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; plus SL; good athlete; good command; 6-1, 180 pounds (2014: 7.36 K/9 – 9.82 BB/9 – 11 IP – 9.00 ERA) (2015: 8.03 K/9 – 2.92 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 5.11 ERA) (2016: 8.50 K/9 – 8.25 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 7.50 ERA) (2018: 9.05 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 3.54 ERA)
Rhode Island rJR LHP Cam LaFleur: 6-0, 190 pounds (2017: 7.43 K/9 – 3.22 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 2.97 ERA) (2018: 10.88 K/9 – 4.62 BB/9 – 27.1 IP – 3.62 ERA)
Rhode Island rJR LHP Tyler Wilson: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; average 77-82 CB/SL; average to above-average 74-78 CU; Sean Newcomb comp by me; old Jon Lester comp; 6-4, 225 pounds (2015: 7.76 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 2.17 ERA) (2016: 10.73 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 102.1 IP – 2.29 ERA) (2017: 6.35 K/9 – 7.94 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 5.82 ERA) (2018: 8.63 K/9 – 2.59 BB/9 – 73.0 IP – 3.58 ERA)
Rhode Island rSR RHP Matt Murphy: 90-92 FB; above-average CB/SL; 5-11, 180 pounds (2017: 5.46 K/9 – 3.11 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 3.96 ERA) (2018: 6.78 K/9 – 1.33 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 2.78 ERA)
Rhode Island rSR RHP Tyler Barss: 5-10, 235 pounds (2016: 7.11 K/9 – 2.49 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2017: 7.99 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 1.38 ERA) (2018: 12.65 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 4.11 ERA)
Rhode Island SR RHP Nick Johnson: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average CB/SL; good command; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 10.06 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 3.16 ERA) (2017: 8.76 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 62.2 IP- 4.31 ERA) (2018: 14.59 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 1.21 ERA)
Richmond JR LHP Jacob Lamb: upper-80s FB; good CB; 6-5, 240 pounds (2016: 4.24 K/9 – 6.85 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 6.51 ERA) (2017: 7.63 K/9 – 11.44 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 6.46 ERA) (2018: 10.61 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 1.09 ERA)
Richmond JR RHP Layne Looney: 94 peak; 5-10, 200 pounds (2016: 7.20 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 9.50 K/9 – 7.31 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.21 ERA) (2018: 15.30 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 0.60 ERA)
Richmond rJR RHP Brendan McGuigan: 87-88 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: 7.85 K/9 – 4.02 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 2.68 ERA) (2017: 10.96 K/9 – 9.81 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 9.77 ERA) (2018: 5.32 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 3.38 ERA)
rSO RHP Billy Layne: 90 FB; good SL; 6-4, 180 pounds (2017: 7.09 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 4.43 ERA) (2018: 10.25 K/9 – 1.95 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 3.09 ERA)
Rutgers JR RHP Serafino Brito: 89-93 FB with sink; average upper-70s CB; SL; CU; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: 5.69 K/9 – 1.21 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 4.84 ERA) (2018: 8.15 K/9 – 2.78 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 3.57 ERA)
Rutgers rSR RHP Karl Blum: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good 78-81 CB/SL; CU; good athlete; Duke transfer; 6-5, 220 pounds (2014: 7.62 K/9 – 4.15 BB/9 – 13 IP – 4.85 ERA) (2016: 7.64 K/9 – 10.19 BB/9 – 10.2 IP – 5.91 ERA) (2017: 6.36 K/9 – 5.09 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2018: 6.03 K/9 – 6.51 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 6.27 ERA)
Rutgers SR RHP John O’Reilly: 89-92 FB with sink; SL; 6-5, 200 pounds (2015: 4.94 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 62.0 IP – 4.35 ERA) (2017: 5.17 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 5.87 ERA) (2018: 4.48 K/9 – 2.92 BB/9 – 86.1 IP – 5.32 ERA)
Saint Louis JR RHP Cody Luther: FB with sink; SL; 6-5, 210 pounds (2018: 13.64 K/9 – 1.36 BB/9 – 6.2 IP – 5.40 ERA)
Saint Louis JR RHP Drew Reveno: 90-92 FB; good SL; 6-0, 180 pounds (2018: 6.65 K/9 – 3.82 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 1.84 ERA)
Saint Louis JR RHP Jackson Wark: 88-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 79-82 SL; CU; 6-6, 220 pounds (2016: 6.65 K/9 – 10.64 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 12.84 ERA) (2017: 8.23 K/9 – 3.98 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 4.66 ERA) (2018: 8.56 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.40 ERA)
Saint Louis JR RHP Miller Hogan: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; above-average SL; above-average 72-74 CB; 79-82 split-CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 7.42 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 3.27 ERA) (2017: 7.80 K/9 – 2.30 BB/9 – 90.0 IP – 2.70 ERA) (2018: 11.32 K/9 – 1.05 BB/9 – 102.2 IP – 2.19 ERA)
Saint Louis JR RHP Ryan Lefner: 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 9.94 K/9 – 2.76 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 4.13 ERA) (2018: 11.35 K/9 – 1.89 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 3.78 ERA)
Saint Louis rJR RHP Connor Lehmann: low-90s FB; above-average to plus SL; 6-7, 210 pounds (2015: 6.32 K/9 – 4.21 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 5.17 ERA) (2016: 2.08 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 8.31 ERA) (2018: 8.51 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 3.40 ERA)
Saint Louis SR LHP Aaron Patton: good SL; 6-6, 220 pounds (2017: 7.65 K/9 – 6.98 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2017: 7.65 K/9 – 6.98 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 9.19 K/9 – 6.29 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 4.34 ERA)
Saint Louis SR RHP Luke Sommerfeld: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; CU; breaking ball; 6-6, 210 pounds (2015: 8.13 K/9 – 7.26 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 5.52 ERA) (2016: 7.33 K/9 – 7.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 5.00 ERA) (2018: 8.18 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 2.50 ERA)
Sam Houston State rSR RHP Dakota Mills: 87-90 FB; SL; CU; plus FB command; deceptive; West Virginia transfer; 6-2, 225 pounds (2016: 6.08 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2017: 7.07 K/9 – 1.00 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 4.54 ERA) (2018: 12.50 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 53.1 IP – 3.04 ERA)
San Diego JR LHP Nick Sprengel: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; above-average 78-85 SL, flashes plus; 76-78 CB (?); good 78-87 CU; deceptive; coach comp (via D1): Jon Lester; 2018: 86-92 FB; 78-82 CU; 76-84 SL; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 9.65 K/9 – 2.62 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 5.92 ERA) (2017: 9.44 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.29 ERA) (2018: 12.31 K/9 – 7.24 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 11.33 ERA)
San Diego JR RHP Paul Richan: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 81-82 SL; 74-78 CB; 83-85 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 7.41 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 8.88 ERA) (2017: 8.58 K/9 – 2.47 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 3.05 ERA) (2018: 10.15 K/9 – 1.31 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 4.62 ERA)
San Francisco JR RHP Thomas Ponticelli: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; 81-86 SL; 71-78 CB; 81-83 CU; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 5.45 K/9 – 2.11 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 5.94 ERA) (2017: 8.41 K/9 – 1.29 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 2.46 ERA) (2018: 7.37 K/9 – 1.61 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 3.68 ERA)
San Francisco rSR RHP Grant Goodman: 88-92 FB; TJ survivor; 6-1, 180 pounds (2014: 5.02 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 61 IP – 4.57 ERA) (2016: 7.26 K/9 – 6.29 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 13.02 ERA) (2016: 7.26 K/9 – 6.29 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 13.02 ERA) (2017: 5.77 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 79.2 IP – 4.63 ERA) (2018: 9.81 K/9 – 6.09 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 5.40 ERA)
San Jacinto JC FR RHP Trey Dillard: 91-95 FB, 98 peak; plus 82-87 CB/SL; 6-2, 215 pounds (2018: 14.14 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9)
Santa Clara JR RHP Travis Howard: 90-95 FB; good athlete (2016: 5.36 K/9 – 2.78 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 6.15 ERA) (2017: 7.62 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 5.03 ERA)
Santa Clara rJR RHP Eric Lex: 90-94 FB; CB; TJ survivor; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 7.76 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 4.48 ERA) (2018: 11.38 K/9 – 4.98 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 5.68 ERA)
Santa Clara rSR RHP Steven Wilson: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 81-83 SL; good upper-70s CB (79); mid-70s CU (83); TJ survivor; 6-3, 220 pounds (2015: 6.86 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 80 IP – 3.94 ERA) (2016: 7.39 K/9 – 3.14 BB/9 – 80.1 IP – 3.92 ERA) (2018: 11.86 K/9 – 4.70 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 3.07 ERA)
Savannah State JR RHP Alex Wright: 5-8, 150 pounds (2017: 7.04 K/9 – 8.22 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 10.17 ERA) (2018: 11.36 K/9 – 4.99 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 5.85 ERA)
Savannah State JR RHP Greg Smith: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; SL; splitter; 6-6, 225 pounds (2018: 7.88 K/9 – 6.47 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 6.19 ERA)
Savannah State rJR LHP Trevor McKenna: 85-89 FB; good CU; SL; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 7.19 K/9 – 4.80 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 5.55 ERA) (2017: 7.06 K/9 – 5.12 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 4.57 ERA) (2018: 9.32 K/9 – 4.06 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 4.18 ERA)
Seattle rJR LHP Nick Meservey: 86-92 FB, 94-95 peak; easy plus FB; average or better 75-80 CB; average or better 79-81 CU; good command; fearless with offspeed; very easy velocity; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds (2015: 10.71 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 4.71 ERA) (2016: 8.75 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 81.1 IP – 2.32 ERA) (2017: 6.43 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 6.68 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.26 ERA)
Seattle rJR LHP Tarik Skubal: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; good 77-81 CB/SL; above-average to plus 82-83 CU; young for class; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-3, 220 pounds (2015: 7.37 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 3.25 ERA) (2016: 10.56 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 2.11 ERA) (2018: 11.93 K/9 – 6.30 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 4.16 ERA)
Seton Hall JR LHP Cullen Dana: 86-88 FB; good 73-76 CB; 75-79 CU; good athlete; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 8.25 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 72.0 IP – 2.75 ERA) (2017: 9.19 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 3.40 ERA)
Seton Hall JR RHP Dylan Verdonk: 6-9, 235 pounds (2018: 13.24 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 6.35 ERA)
Seton Hall rJR RHP Andrew Politi: 91-93 FB; good 80-82 SL/CB; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: 16.04 K/9 – 3.91 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 3.13 ERA) (2018: 12.56 K/9 – 5.44 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 5.44 ERA)
Seton Hall SR RHP Shane McCarthy: 86-91 FB, 93 peak; 78-81 CB, flashes average; 81-84 SL; 83-85 CU; good command; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: 3.95 K/9 – 1.23 BB/9 – 65.2 IP – 2.18 ERA) (2016: 7.41 K/9 – 1.59 BB/9 – 102.0 IP – 2.38 ERA) (2017: 6.95 K/9 – 3.17 BB/9 – 59.2 IP – 5.13 ERA) (2018: 6.32 K/9 – 1.95 BB/9 – 74.0 IP – 4.14 ERA)
South Alabama JR RHP Zach Greene: 86-91 FB, 93 peak; cutter; CU; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 8.77 K/9 – 5.34 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 4.56 ERA) (2018: 12.63 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 3.79 ERA)
South Alabama SR RHP Tyler Carr: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; good 81-83 SL; average 82-83 CU, flashes above-average; 5-10, 175 pounds (2017: 7.65 K/9 – 3.02 BB/9 – 77.2 IP – 4.64 ERA) (2018: 6.11 K/9 – 2.10 BB/9 – 94.1 IP – 3.53 ERA)
South Carolina JR RHP Adam Hill: 88-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 77-86 SL/CB, flashes plus (better firmer); above-average 81-85 CU (2018: 84-89); plus command, especially of FB; 6-5, 225 pounds (2016: 9.77 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 3.53 ERA) (2017: 10.17 K/9 – 4.56 BB/9 – 77.0 IP – 3.04 ERA) (2018: 11.16 K/9 – 5.70 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 3.99 ERA)
South Carolina JR RHP Graham Lawson: 92-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 80-82 SL; 6-1, 225 pounds (2017: 7.43 K/9 – 3.52 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 5.87 ERA) (2018: 8.78 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 4.38 ERA)
South Carolina JR RHP Ridge Chapman: 91-94 FB, 96 peak; 79-86 SL; CB; 6-0, 225 pounds (2018: 8.24 K/9 – 4.88 BB/9 – 59.0 IP – 5.64 ERA)
South Carolina rSO RHP Cody Morris: 88-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; plus sink on FB; above-average 77-81 SL/CB; plus 81-83 CU; TJ survivor; 6-5, 225 pounds (2017: 10.76 K/9 – 1.83 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 3.66 ERA) (2018: 9.54 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 3.68 ERA)
South Carolina Upstate JR LHP Caleb Matthews: 6-4, 215 pounds (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 3.96 ERA)
South Carolina Upstate SR RHP Blake Whitney: 89-91 FB; above-average 79-82 SL; CU; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: 5.64 K/9 – 4.70 BB/9 – 67.1 IP – 5.51 ERA) (2016: 7.56 K/9 – 3.36 BB/9 – 53.2 IP – 5.87 ERA) (2017: 10.03 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 73.2 IP – 5.50 ERA) (2018: 10.03 K/9 – 2.57 BB/9 – 73.2 IP – 2.81 ERA)
South Florida JR LHP Andrew Perez: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; average 77-80 SL/CB, flashes plus; good 78 CU; deceptive; 6-1, 220 pounds (2016: 10.59 K/9 – 7.65 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 6.75 ERA) (2017: 11.82 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 2.72 ERA) (2018: 11.28 K/9 – 2.82 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 2.58 ERA)
South Florida JR LHP Kevin King: 87-91 FB; average 74-77 CB; 6-0, 190 pounds (2018: 10.80 K/9 – 6.84 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 4.68 ERA)
South Florida JR RHP Richie Cruz: 5-11, 200 pounds (2018: 10.71 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 2.57 ERA)
South Florida JR RHP/2B Alec Wisely: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; good 80-82 SL; good athlete; good speed; 5-9, 180 pounds (2018: 9.61 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 3.48 ERA)
South Florida rSO LHP Connor Eason: 88-90 FB; good 76-80 CU; 68-75 CB; Virginia transfer; 6-4, 235 pounds (2018: 6.75 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 20.0 IP – 2.70 ERA)
South Florida rSO LHP Shane McClanahan: 88-97 FB, 100 peak; above-average 78-86 SL, flashes plus; average 83-87 CU, flashes above-average; TJ survivor; good athlete; D1 comp: Scott Kazmir; 2018: 91-98 FB, 100 peak; 78-85 SL; 84-89 CU; see some Tyler Jay; 6-1, 185 pounds (2017: 12.32 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 3.20 ERA) (2018: 14.77 K/9 – 5.55 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.41 ERA)
South Florida rSR RHP Peter Strzelecki: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; good low-80s CU; above-average 74-78 SL/CB; TJ survivor; 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: 8.33 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 2.42 ERA) (2018: 10.00 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.81 ERA)
South Mountain JC SO RHP Keegan McCarville: 87-92 FB; 78-83 CB/SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2018: 10.50 K/9 – 1.69 BB/9)
Southeast Missouri State SR RHP Carlos Vega: 6-2, 220 pounds (2017: 11.47 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 3.82 ERA) (2018: 10.44 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 73.1 IP – 2.45 ERA)
Southern Illinois Edwardsville SR RHP Mason McReaken: 87-89 FB; 5-10, 175 pounds (2017: 9.14 K/9 – 6.41 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 3.88 ERA) (2018: 13.51 K/9 – 6.22 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 6.21 ERA)
Southern Mississippi JR RHP Nick Sandlin: 85-93 FB with plus sink, 95 peak; average 79-86 SL, flashes above-average; 81-85 CU; CB; splitter; good command; sidearmer; FAVORITE; 5-11, 170 pounds (2016: 9.52 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 2.38 ERA) (2017: 12.72 K/9 – 4.61 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 2.38 ERA) (2018: 12.65 K/9 – 1.42 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 1.13 ERA)
Southern Nevada JC SO RHP Joey O’Brien: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 15.71 K/9 – 8.57 BB/9)
SR RHP Matt Leon: 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: 6.27 K/9 – 5.18 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.64 ERA) (2016: 6.21 K/9 – 2.00 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 2.88 ERA) (2017: 10.25 K/9 – 4.84 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 3.13 ERA) (2018: 10.00 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 1.17 ERA)
St. Bonaventure rJR RHP Ben Contento: 6-2, 220 pounds (2015: 7.31 K/9 – 5.34 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2016: 7.44 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 10.06 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 6.35 ERA)
St. Bonaventure SR RHP Brandon Schlimm: 90-93 FB; deceptive; good command; 6-4, 180 pounds (2015: 6.20 K/9 – 4.28 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 4.28 ERA) (2016: 6.13 K/9 – 2.20 BB/9 – 94.0 IP – 2.11 ERA) (2017: 6.21 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2018: 7.32 K/9 – 5.34 BB/9 – 59.0 IP – 7.32 ERA)
St. John’s JR RHP Michael LoPresti: 90-94 FB; good low-80s CU; 76-84 cut-SL; 6-4, 220 pounds (2016: 5.73 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 39.3 IP – 4.81 ERA) (2017: 7.07 K/9 – 4.18 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 4.66 ERA) (2018: 6.46 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 3.05 ERA)
St. John’s SR LHP Kevin Magee: 87-91 FB; good mid-70s CU; good 76-78 SL; 6-2, 215 pounds (2015: 5.54 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 7.27 ERA) (2016: 7.35 K/9 – 2.89 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 4.72 ERA) (2017: 8.93 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 2.45 ERA) (2018: 11.16 K/9 – 1.61 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 2.48 ERA)
St. Joseph’s JR RHP Tim Brennan: 89-91 FB with sink; 6-4, 185 pounds (2016: 7.45 K/9 – 1.55 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 2.59 ERA) (2017: 7.18 K/9 – 1.32 BB/9 – 75.2 IP – 2.85 ERA) (2018: 8.53 K/9 – 0.51 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 2.94 ERA)
St. Joseph’s rSR RHP Ryan Kelly: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; above-average 81-85 SL, flashes plus; low-80s CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2014: 9.00 K/9 – 9.00 BB/9 – 17 IP – 5.50 ERA) (2015: 8.55 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 19.2 IP – 5.85 ERA) (2016: 11.84 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 2.36 ERA) (2018: 10.96 K/9 – 8.08 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 7.47 ERA)
St. Mary’s JR LHP/OF Ty Madrigal: 85-90 FB with sink, 91 peak; SL; 72 CB; 75-77 CU; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 4.29 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 3.43 ERA) (2017: 9.26 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 5.25 ERA) (2018: 10.27 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 1.90 ERA)
St. Mary’s JR RHP Conner Loeprich: 87-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; upper-80s cutter; 82-84 SL; CU; good command; 6-3, 215 pounds (2017: 6.23 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 4.15 ERA) (2018: 7.59 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 32.0 IP – 4.78 ERA)
St. Mary’s JR RHP Nick Frank: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 79-81 SL/CB; 79-80 CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 9.22 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 4.01 ERA)
Stanford JR LHP Kris Bubic: 85-94 FB, 95-96 peak; average 71-79 CB, better firmer; above-average to plus 74-81 CU; advanced command; good athlete; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 7.28 K/9 – 4.98 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 3.26 ERA) (2017: 9.57 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 90.1 IP – 2.79 ERA) (2018: 10.37 K/9 – 3.42 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 2.73 ERA)
Stanford rSO RHP Tristan Beck: 88-93 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 74-80 CB, can look like a slider at times; average 80-85 split-CU, above-average to plus upside; average 80-85 SL; 87-88 cutter; 6-4, 190 pounds (2016: 8.21 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 2.48 ERA) (2018: 7.25 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 2.98 ERA)
State College of Florida JC SO LHP Zach Attianese: 87-90 FB; above-average to plus CB; average to above-average CU; North Carolina transfer; 6-2, 190 pounds (2018: 9.61 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9)
State College of Florida rFR RHP Robbie Peto: 90-94 FB; good CB/SL; North Carolina transfer; 6-4, 215 pounds (2018: 10.24 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9)
Stetson JR RHP Jack Perkins: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 75 CB; 81-83 SL; emerging 84-86 CU; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 9.71 K/9 – 4.99 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 8.91 ERA) (2017: 9.76 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 99.2 IP – 2.71 ERA) (2018: 8.85 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 2.57 ERA)
Stetson JR RHP Joey Gonzalez: 90-93 FB, 94 peak; good 82-83 SL; great athlete; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: 9.97 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 34.1 IP – 4.98 ERA) (2017: 8.28 K/9 – 6.07 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 5.23 ERA) (2018: 9.34 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 1.77 ERA)
Stetson JR RHP Logan Gilbert: 89-95 FB, 97 peak; FB moves a ton; average 74-80 kCB, flashes above-average; 79-82 SL flashes above-average to plus; two breaking balls could be one; 82-85 CU, flashes plus; great athlete; plus deception; loads of extension; 2018: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; 77-83 cut-SL; average 73-78 CB, above-average upside; average 80-85 CU; love how he pitches off of fastball; FAVORITE; 6-6, 225 pounds (2016: 7.85 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 2.74 ERA) (2017: 10.82 K/9 – 2.63 BB/9 – 89.0 IP – 2.02 ERA) (2018: 12.87 K/9 – 1.80 BB/9 – 100.0 IP – 2.52 ERA)
Stetson JR RHP Vlad Nunez: 6-3, 225 pounds (2018: 9.47 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Stetson SR LHP Ben Onyshko: 89-91 FB; good 81-83 SL/CB; CU; 6-1, 210 pounds (2015: 8.23 K/9 – 6.43 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 5.14 ERA) (2016: 9.95 K/9 – 6.39 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 4.26 ERA) (2017: 12.82 K/9 – 5.70 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 4.83 ERA) (2018: 10.64 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 2.87 ERA)
Stetson SR RHP/1B Brooks Wilson: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 74-75 CB; good mid-80s split-CU; 6-3, 210 pounds (2015: 6.32 K/9 – 2.46 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 4.39 ERA) (2016: 7.25 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 2.90 ERA) (2017: 10.62 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 107.2 IP – 3.01 ERA) (2018: 11.13 K/9 – 3.11 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 2.13 ERA)
Stony Brook JR RHP Bret Clarke: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average SL; good athlete; deceptive; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 8.04 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 2.19 ERA) (2017: 7.14 K/9 – 5.60 BB/9 – 64.1 IP – 6.30 ERA) (2018: 6.87 K/9 – 4.82 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 5.25 ERA)
Stony Brook SR LHP Teddy Rodliff: 83-86 FB; 71-73 CB; 6-3, 165 pounds (2016: 5.95 K/9 – 0.69 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 3.20 ERA) (2017: 7.76 K/9 – 6.33 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 3.16 ERA) (2018: 5.72 K/9 – 4.96 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 4.18 ERA)
Stony Brook SR RHP Aaron Pinto: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; good FB command; good low-80s SL; 83 CU; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 10.18 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 2.54 ERA) (2017: 10.64 K/9 – 3.99 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 2.88 ERA) (2018: 10.47 K/9 – 2.30 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 1.05 ERA)
Tampa JR RHP Cole Aker: 90-94 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 75-81 CB/SL; CU with upside; good but inconsistent command; North Carolina transfer; (2016: 9.31 K/9 – 5.28 BB/9 – 29.0 IP – 3.41 ERA) (2017: 9.5 K/9 – 6.9 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 2.12 ERA) (2018: 9.20 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9)
TCU JR RHP Dalton Brown: 91 FB with sink; good 81-84 SL; 84 CU; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 11.00 K/9 – 2.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 5.00 ERA) (2017: 12.38 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 5.62 ERA)
TCU JR RHP Durbin Feltman: 91-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 84-87 SL/CB, flashes plus; average 81-83 CU; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: 12.75 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 1.56 ERA) (2017: 11.25 K/9 – 4.56 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.64 ERA) (2018: 15.93 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 0.74 ERA)
TCU JR RHP Sean Wymer: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; good 75-82 CB (73-79 in 2018); 81-85 SL; 82-86 CU; stuff plays up as reliever; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 10.77 K/9 – 4.14 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 4.68 ERA) (2017: 10.68 K/9 – 1.62 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 2.10 ERA) (2018: 8.39 K/9 – 1.70 BB/9 – 74.0 IP – 3.65 ERA)
TCU rJR RHP Jared Janczak: 86-92 FB; plus 76-84 SL/CB (SL); 80-84 CU; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 8.72 K/9 – 2.83 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 2.61 ERA) (2017: 9.84 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 2.31 ERA) (2018: 8.79 K/9 – 2.57 BB/9 – 42.0 IP – 3.00 ERA)
Tennessee SO RHP Zach Linginfelter: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-86 CB/SL, plus upside; 83-88 CU; good athlete; 6-5, 225 pounds (2017: 9.75 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2018: 11.62 K/9 – 6.22 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 3.93 ERA)
Tennessee Tech JR RHP Ethan Roberts: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good SL; cutter; CU; CB; 5-11, 170 pounds (2016: 11.94 K/9 – 3.31 BB/9 – 49.0 IP – 2.94 ERA) (2017: 14.56 K/9 – 2.46 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 3.94 ERA) (2018: 13.08 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 63.1 IP – 2.13 ERA)
Tennessee Tech JR RHP Marcus Evey: 92-94 FB, 97 peak as reliever; 89-92 FB, 93 peak as starter; good SL/CB; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: 10.56 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 6.33 ERA) (2017: 14.85 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 20.0 IP – 6.75 ERA) (2018: 10.22 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 4.04 ERA)
Tennessee Tech JR RHP/OF Nick Osborne: 92 peak; low-80s SL; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 5.17 K/9 – 5.47 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 4.85 ERA) (2016: .343/.425/.514 – 5 BB/13 K – 0/1 SB – 35 AB) (2017: 8.56 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 8.20 ERA) (2018: .324/.390/.597 – 21 BB/41 K – 7/8 SB – 176 AB) (2018: 10.59 K/9 – 5.29 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 7.41 ERA)
Tennessee Tech SR RHP Travis Moths: 91-95 FB, 97 peak as reliever; 89-92 FB, 93 peak as starter; plus 83-85 CU; average 75-78 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: 10.15 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 5.73 ERA) (2016: 9.73 K/9 – 5.59 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 4.14 ERA) (2017: 12.78 K/9 – 2.78 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 3.88 ERA) (2018: 9.61 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 3.90 ERA)
Texas A&M JR RHP Mitchell Kilkenny: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 77-85 CU, firmer side in 2018; 72-80 CB; average 81-86 SL, above-average to plus upside; above-average to plus 84-91 cutter; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 9.67 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 1.67 ERA) (2017: 8.95 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 3.67 ERA) (2018: 8.54 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 97.0 IP – 3.34 ERA)
Texas A&M JR RHP Nolan Hoffman: 91-93 FB with sink; good 76-77 SL; sidearmer; 6-4, 200 pounds (2018: 9.00 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 51.0 IP – 1.24 ERA)
Texas A&M JR RHP Stephen Kolek: 88-92 FB with plus sink, 94 peak; plus cutter; 84-85 SL; 79-82 CB, above-average upside; 83 CU with average to above-average upside; everything down; 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 6.30 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 3.30 ERA) (2017: 8.17 K/9 – 2.39 BB/9 – 90.1 IP – 3.79 ERA) (2018: 6.76 K/9 – 4.35 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 4.58 ERA)
Texas A&M SR LHP Kaylor Chafin: 85-88 FB, 90 peak; good 78-80 CB/SL; 80-82 CU; 5-11, 180 pounds (2017: 8.38 K/9 – 1.86 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 2.33 ERA) (2018: 9.36 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 3.19 ERA)
Texas A&M SR RHP Cason Sherrod: 88-96 FB with plus sink, 98 peak (2018: 91-96 FB); 80-86 SL, average or better upside; 82-83 CU flashes above-average; 75-78 CB, flashes above-average; 6-4, 215 pounds (2016: 8.50 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2017: 7.84 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 2.89 ERA) (2018: 8.87 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.98 ERA)
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rSO RHP Aaron Hernandez: 91-95 FB with sink, 98 peak; above-average 77-82 CB; good 80-85 cut-SL; above-average 80-85 CU; 6-2, 175 pounds (2016: 8.47 K/9 – 4.58 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 4.58 ERA) (2018: 11.06 K/9 – 4.45 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 4.45 ERA)
Texas JR RHP Beau Ridgeway: 88-92 FB with sink; 77-80 CU; mid- to upper-70s CB; SL; old D1 comp: Max Scherzer; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 5.10 K/9 – 0.76 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 3.31 ERA) (2017: 6.88 K/9 – 2.41 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 1.89 ERA) (2018: 4.81 K/9 – 6.55 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 11.32 ERA)
Texas JR RHP Matteo Bocchi: 89-91 FB; 81-83 SL; 83 splitter; 6-4, 200 pounds (2018: 7.68 K/9 – 6.14 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 3.68 ERA)
Texas JR RHP Nolan Kingham: 86-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; above-average 77-84 SL, flashes plus; low- to mid-80s (83) CU; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 3.79 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.79 ERA) (2017: 6.55 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 92.0 IP – 2.84 ERA) (2018: 7.00 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 4.26 ERA)
Texas JR RHP/OF Chase Shugart: 88-94 FB with plus sink, 96-97 peak; average to above-average 76-83 CB; average 83-88 cut-SL, flashes plus; 81 CU; good approach; 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: 7.84 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 4.53 ERA) (2017: 6.43 K/9 – 4.71 BB/9 – 42.0 IP – 3.43 ERA) (2018: 5.88 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 4.73 ERA)
Texas rJR LHP Josh Sawyer: 85-90 FB, 92-93 peak; 74-80 CB with upside; mid-80s CU; 6-2, 220 pounds (2014: 7.45 K/9 – 5.59 BB/9 – 9.2 IP – 5.59 ERA) (2015: 6.13 K/9 – 4.40 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 4.79 ERA) (2016: 15.00 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 6.0 IP – 0.00 ERA) (2018: 9.32 K/9 – 5.46 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 3.86 ERA)
Texas rJR RHP Donny Diaz: out in 2018 (TJ); 91-95 FB; 81-86 SL; 77-78 CB; 6-1, 225 pounds (2017*: 17.80 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 2.08 ERA)
Texas rJR RHP Parker Joe Robinson: 88 with sink; 6-5, 230 pounds (2017: 3.87 K/9 – 5.81 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 1.93 ERA) (2018: 8.79 K/9 – 2.11 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 1.40 ERA)
Texas rSO RHP Bryce Verplank: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; plus 83-85 SL; Oklahoma State transfer; 6-5, 225 pounds
Texas SO RHP Blair Henley: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average 81-85 SL; average 82-84 CU, plus upside; average to above-average 72-78 CB, flashes plus; deceptive; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 6.87 K/9 – 3.65 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 4.23 ERA) (2018: 6.36 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 73.2 IP – 3.54 ERA)
Texas Southern SR RHP Seth Oliver: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; good SL; 6-4, 215 pounds (2015: 9.50 K/9 – 4.67 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 4.67 ERA) (2016: 7.91 K/9 – 5.32 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 6.18 ERA) (2017: 7.25 K/9 – 5.15 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 5.25 ERA) (2017: 8.74 K/9 – 5.89 BB/9 – 44.1 IP – 6.90 ERA)
Texas Tech JR LHP Erikson Lanning: 86-93 FB; 6-2, 175 pounds (2016: 6.23 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 5.02 ERA) (2017: 4.02 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 3.12 ERA)
Texas Tech JR LHP Steven Gingery: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good 75-81 SL/CB; above-average 78-82 CU, flashes plus; good command; 6-2, 190 pounds (2016: 8.34 K/9 – 4.10 BB/9 – 68.0 IP – 3.18 ERA) (2017: 10.55 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 1.58 ERA)
Texas Tech JR RHP Davis Martin: 87-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; good 82-88 cut-SL, flashes plus; good 76-78 CB; good 82-84 CU; 6-2, 215 pounds (2016: 6.15 K/9 – 2.72 BB/9 – 89.1 IP – 2.52 ERA) (2017: 7.57 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 3.07 ERA) (2018: 9.55 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 66.0 IP – 4.64 ERA)
Texas Tech JR RHP Ryan Shetter: 91-92 FB, 94 peak; 75 CB; 80-83 SL; good command; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: 5.18 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 4.02 ERA) (2017: 9.47 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 3.71 ERA) (2018: 9.83 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 3.07 ERA)
Texas Tech JR RHP Ty Harpeneau: 88-93 FB; good SL/CB; 6-2, 175 pounds (2016: 6.46 K/9 – 4.84 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 6.85 ERA) (2017: 10.92 K/9 – 5.24 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 6.53 ERA) (2018: 9.28 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 3.43 ERA)
Texas Tech rSR LHP Dylan Dusek: 88-91 FB with sink; TJ survivor; 6-2, 215 pounds (2014: 4.62 K/9 – 1.70 BB/9 – 74 IP – 1.95 ERA) (2015: 6.00 K/9 – 3.82 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 3.82 ERA) (2017: 5.19 K/9 – 0.58 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 7.47 ERA) (2018: 9.92 K/9 – 3.42 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 2.39 ERA)
Texas Tech SO RHP Caleb Kilian: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 82-85 CU, plus upside; good 72-76 CB; 79 SL; 6-4, 180 pounds (2017: 8.29 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.55 ERA) (2018: 8.14 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 2.30 ERA
Texas Tech SR RHP Jose Quezada: 90-94 FB; good 78-82 CB/SL; 5-9, 175 pounds (2017: 12.32 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.55 ERA) (2018: 10.95 K/9 – 4.86 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 1.82 ERA)
Texas-Arlington SR RHP Daniel James: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-83 CU; low- to mid-70s CB; 6-4, 180 pounds (2015: 6.39 K/9 – 2.13 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 5.45 ERA) (2016: 7.37 K/9 – 2.15 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 3.99 ERA) (2017: 7.31 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 3.81 ERA) (2018: 8.32 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 3.56 ERA)
The Citadel JR RHP Jordan Buster: mid-90s FB; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 8.51 K/9 – 8.51 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 8.27 ERA) (2017: 9.10 K/9 – 5.81 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 5.05 ERA) (2018: 13.08 K/9 – 5.99 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 4.43 ERA)
Troy JR RHP CJ Carter: 5-10, 165 pounds (2018: 11.72 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 3.72 ERA)
Troy SR RHP Corey Childress: 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; 79-84 SL; 72-73 CB; 83-84 CU; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: 6.33 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 64.1 IP – 5.20 ERA) (2016: 8.45 K/9 – 2.57 BB/9 – 49.0 IP – 3.12 ERA) (2017: 9.13 K/9 – 3.04 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 5.70 ERA) (2018: 10.46 K/9 – 2.62 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 4.79 ERA)
Tulane JR RHP Will McAffer: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; CB/SL flashes plus; cutter; South Dakota State transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2018: 8.18 K/9 – 8.18 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 6.91 ERA)
Tulane rJR RHP Kaleb Roper: 87-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good 73-78 CB; 84-85 CU; good command; 6-0, 180 pounds (2018: 6.96 K/9 – 4.25 BB/9 – 76.1 IP – 4.48 ERA)
UC Irvine JR RHP Evan McMillin: 92-93 FB; good SL; 5-11, 200 pounds (2018: 5.24 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 6.97 ERA)
UC Irvine JR RHP Jordan Bocko: 86-88 FB; 79 SL; CU; 5-11, 200 pounds (2017: 5.72 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 74.0 IP – 4.62 ERA) (2018: 9.34 K/9 – 3.58 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 2.98 ERA)
UC Irvine SR RHP Louis Raymond: 88-90 FB; good 77-80 CU; 77 SL; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 5.17 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 94.0 IP – 3.54 ERA) (2018: 5.52 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 3.48 ERA)
UC Riverside JR LHP Hazahel Quijada: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average CB; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 3.88 K/9 – 5.43 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 4.63 ERA) (2017: 8.18 K/9 – 5.73 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 6.14 ERA) (2018: 7.16 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 49.0 IP – 3.31 ERA)
UC Riverside rSO RHP Trenton Toplikar: 96 peak; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds (2017: 7.43 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 7.42 ERA) (2018: 6.64 K/9 – 2.04 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 4.07 ERA)
UC Santa Barbara JR RHP Alex Patterson: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; good CU; cutter; 6-1, 200 pounds (2018: 9.59 K/9 – 5.16 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 4.42 ERA)
UC Santa Barbara JR RHP Noah Davis: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; plus splitter; good 74-76 CB; 83-86 SL; 89-90 CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 6.86 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 4.46 ERA) (2017: 7.17 K/9 – 2.43 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 4.63 ERA) (2018: 11.51 K/9 – 6.28 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 5.19 ERA)
UC Santa Barbara rJR RHP Chris Clements: 86-91 FB; cutter; SL; good CU; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 5.29 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 2.12 ERA) (2016: 8.80 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 10.13 ERA) (2017: 6.72 K/9 – 2.24 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 7.24 ERA) (2018: 5.40 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 43.1 IP – 5.19 ERA)
UC Santa Barbara SR RHP Steve Ledesma: 86-91 FB; good 83 CB/SL; good CU; 6-5, 190 pounds (2017: 11.75 K/9 – 5.37 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 6.80 ERA) (2018: 7.13 K/9 – 3.22 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 2.87 ERA)
UCLA JR LHP Justin Hooper: 89-95 FB, 96 peak; 83-84 SL flashes plus; above-average 82-85 CU; 73-76 CB, flashes above-average; very deceptive; 2017: 88-93 FB; average 78-82 SL; TJ surgery in 11/17; 6-8, 230 pounds (2016: 10.13 K/9 – 14.63 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 18.00 ERA) (2017: 10.11 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 3.69 ERA)
UCLA JR RHP Jonathan Olsen: 87-92 FB; good 75-80 CB; good 83-84 CU; plus 77-83 SL; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 3.44 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 7.36 ERA) (2017: 8.47 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 2.86 ERA) (2018: 8.81 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 2.20 ERA)
UCLA rSO RHP Kyle Molnar: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 76-79 CB; above-average to plus splitter; SL with above-average upside; 82-86 CU flashes plus; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 8.53 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 3.32 ERA)
UCLA SR RHP Jake Bird: 88-93 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 81-87 cut-SL; average 75-78 CB; average 80-84 CU with plus upside; 85-86 cutter; good command; 6-3, 210 pounds (2015: 3.46 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 1.38 ERA) (2016: 4.25 K/9 – 3.48 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 6.36 ERA) (2017: 10.11 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 2.75 ERA) (2018: 4.92 K/9 – 2.66 BB/9 – 111.2 IP – 2.18 ERA)
UMBC rSO RHP Stephen Schoch: Appalachian State transfer; 6-5, 235 pounds (2018: 11.09 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 1.72 ERA)
UMBC SR RHP Matt Chanin: 87-89 FB; plus command; 6-3, 225 pounds (2015: 5.48 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 64.1 IP – 1.97 ERA) (2016: 5.56 K/9 – 5.36 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 8.14 ERA) (2017: 6.12 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 64.2 IP – 4.87 ERA) (2018: 5.88 K/9 – 1.96 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 3.27 ERA)
UNC Asheville JR LHP Jordan Carr: 85-88 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: 4.48 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 6.01 ERA) (2018: 5.79 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 5.21 ERA)
UNC Asheville SR LHP Jordan Fulbright: good CU; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 5.99 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 70.2 IP – 6.50 ERA) (2018: 9.25 K/9 – 3.91 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 5.86 ERA)
UNC Asheville SR RHP Nick Boyles: low-90s FB; 6-4, 240 pounds (2016: 3.82 K/9 – 6.68 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 1.91 ERA) (2017: 5.49 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 6.33 ERA) (2018: 7.36 K/9 – 7.91 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 8.73 ERA)
UNC Wilmington JR RHP Alex Royalty: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; good 74-78 CB; good 80-83 CU; low-80s SL; 83-84 split-CU; (2016: 7.07 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.71 ERA) (2017: 9.70 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 98.1 IP – 3.20 ERA) (2018: 8.69 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 3.99 ERA)
USC JR RHP Solomon Bates: 88-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average SL; 84-85 cutter; 75-77 CB; CU; 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: 7.75 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 4.50 ERA) (2018: 9.20 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 3.14 ERA)
Utah SR RHP Tanner Thomas: 88-93 FB; good SL; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: 6.47 K/9 – 3.94 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 5.63 ERA) (2016: 8.10 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 7.20 ERA) (2017: 6.44 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 43.1 IP – 2.91 ERA) (2018: 8.09 K/9 – 3.83 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 6.01 ERA)
Vanderbilt JR RHP Chandler Day: 88-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; really good 76-83 CB; 82-86 split-CU, above-average to plus upside; average low-80s SL; some Buehler here; 6-5, 180 pounds (2016: 9.25 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 4.26 ERA) (2017: 9.12 K/9 – 3.61 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.78 ERA) (2018: 11.16 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 3.22 ERA)
Vanderbilt JR RHP Maddux Conger: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average 78-83 CB, plus upside; 83-87 CU; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: 9.56 K/9 – 5.58 BB/9 – 11.1 IP – 0.79 ERA) (2017: 7.73 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 4.96 ERA) (2018: 9.33 K/9 – 6.53 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 2.33 ERA)
Vanderbilt JR RHP Patrick Raby: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; 74-80 SL/CB, flashes above-average; 78-84 CU; 85 cutter; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: 9.68 K/9 – 2.92 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 2.61 ERA) (2017: 7.44 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.73 ERA) (2018: 7.45 K/9 – 4.22 BB/9 – 64.0 IP – 3.38 ERA)
Vanderbilt rFR RHP Reid Schaller: 90-96 FB, 99 peak; 84-87 SL; CU; deceptive; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds (2018: 12.18 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 4.05 ERA)
Villanova SR RHP Conor McCarthy: 6-4, 275 pounds (2017: 9.38 K/9 – 7.50 BB/9 – 9.2 IP – 12.10 ERA) (2018: 11.37 K/9 – 5.68 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 2.84 ERA)
Villanova SR RHP Ryan Doty: 93 FB; good command; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 5.40 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 49.2 IP – 4.68 ERA) (2016: 9.27 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 4.97 ERA) (2017: 5.73 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 3.82 ERA) (2018: 8.59 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 66.0 IP – 4.23 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth JR RHP Ben Dum: 88-89 FB with sink; good CU; good command; 6-0, 210 pounds (2016: 4.29 K/9 – 6.86 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 10.29 ERA) (2017: 5.45 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 3.83 ERA) (2018: 7.30 K/9 – 1.10 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 1.64 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth JR RHP Jack Alkire: 88-90 FB; good breaking ball; CU; 5-9, 180 pounds (2016: 9.88 K/9 – 4.68 BB/9 – 17.1 IP – 8.83 ERA) (2018: 10.00 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 2.50 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth JR RHP Mac McCarty: mid-80s FB; good SL; sidearmer; 5-10, 200 pounds (2018: 8.39 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 3.26 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth JR RHP Michael Dailey: 86-88 FB; good SL; 5-11, 170 pounds (2016: 6.13 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 1.57 ERA) (2017: 6.59 K/9 – 3.56 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 4.61 ERA) (2018: 7.68 K/9 – 6.76 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 6.14 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth rJR RHP Garrett Pearson: 88-95 FB, 97 peak; 82-85 SL; iffy command; iffy control; TJ survivor; 6-5, 225 pounds (2015: 14.00 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 1.00 ERA) (2018: 15.48 K/9 – 9.68 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 8.68 ERA)
Virginia Commonwealth SR RHP Sean Thompson: 88-92 FB; good CB; SL; CU; 6-3, 190 pounds (2015: 6.78 K/9 – 2.63 BB/9 – 64.2 IP – 3.46 ERA) (2016: 6.57 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 3.28 ERA) (2017: 8.32 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 3.46 ERA) (2018: 7.73 K/9 – 2.64 BB/9 – 92.0 IP – 3.03 ERA)
Virginia JR LHP Daniel Lynch: 85-93 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average 76-86 CU; average 75-83 CB/SL; above-average 82-88 cut-SL; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 8.12 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 5.49 ERA) (2017: 5.24 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 5.00 ERA) (2018: 10.67 K/9 – 2.44 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.96 ERA)
Virginia JR RHP Chesdin Harrington: 85-88 FB; good 77-78 CU; 69-72 CB; 6-2, 190 pounds (2017: 9.17 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 2.41 ERA)
Virginia JR RHP Grant Donahue: 90-91 FB; 81 SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 8.36 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 7.18 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 16.1 IP – 4.96 ERA)
Virginia rJR LHP Riley Wilson: 87-89 FB; 79-81 SL; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: 12.95 K/9 – 6.78 BB/9 – 14.2 IP – 5.52 ERA) (2018: 12.59 K/9 – 8.39 BB/9 – 19.2 IP – 3.26 ERA)
Virginia rJR RHP Derek Casey: 85-92 FB, 94-95 peak; 73-75 CB flashes average; average or better CU; 82-84 SL; good athlete; TJ survivor; 2017: 87-91 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 5.03 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 3.09 ERA) (2017: 7.32 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.79 ERA) (2018: 9.98 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 95.2 IP – 3.48 ERA)
Virginia rSO RHP Evan Sperling: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average 73-78 CB; good upper-70s SL; CU; TJ survivor; 6-6, 215 pounds (2017: 10.34 K/9 – 7.05 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 7.51 ERA) (2018: 13.07 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.64 ERA)
Virginia SR LHP Bennett Sousa: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-84 SL with upside; 74-75 CB; 77 CU; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 8.28 K/9 – 6.84 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 7.92 ERA) (2017: 12.00 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.09 ERA) (2018: 12.77 K/9 – 4.60 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 5.23 ERA)
Virginia Tech rSO RHP Nic Enright: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; CB; SL; good CU; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 8.53 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 6.87 ERA)
Virginia Tech rSR RHP Andrew McDonald: 90-93 FB; SL; CU; 6-6, 240 pounds (2017: 10.83 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 59.0 IP – 7.78 ERA) (2018: 11.04 K/9 – 4.45 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 4.45 ERA)
Virginia Tech rSR RHP Luke Scherzer: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 80-81 SL with above-average to plus upside; 6-0, 200 pounds (2014: 5.62 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 40 IP – 4.05 ERA) (2015: 11.05 K/9 – 5.53 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 4.73 ERA) (2018: 6.84 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 5.76 ERA)
Virginia Tech SR RHP Connor Coward: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 80-83 CB/SL with plus upside; average 84-85 CU; cutter; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 9.50 K/9 – 6.24 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 7.42 ERA) (2017: 7.38 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 72.0 IP – 4.75 ERA) (2018: 8.77 K/9 – 3.81 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 5.19 ERA)
Virginia Tech SR RHP Joey Sullivan: 89-94 FB with sink; 80-83 SL; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 7.78 K/9 – 1.35 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 7.76 ERA) (2017: 7.78 K/9 – 2.78 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 5.55 ERA) (2018: 7.04 K/9 – 2.74 BB/9 – 46.0 IP – 3.91 ERA)
VMI JR RHP Josh Winder: 90-93 FB; average 86-89 cut-SL; 81-83 CB; 85 CU; 6-5, 215 pounds (2016: 7.93 K/9 – 1.67 BB/9 – 86.1 IP – 4.80 ERA) (2017: 9.37 K/9 – 1.59 BB/9 – 107.2 IP – 3.59 ERA) (2018: 9.64 K/9 – 2.01 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 5.40 ERA)
Wake Forest JR LHP Tyler Witt: upper-80s FB with sink; 6-5, 215 pounds (2018: 7.89 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 51.1 IP – 5.26 ERA)
Wake Forest JR RHP Griffin Roberts: 88-94 FB with big sink, 96 peak; average to above-average 80-85 CB/SL (almost certainly a SL), flashes plus to plus-plus; average 81-87 CU, above-average upside; plus athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds (2016: 10.38 K/9 – 12.69 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 9.19 ERA) (2017: 13.51 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 53.1 IP – 2.19 ERA) (2018: 12.11 K/9 – 3.54 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 3.82 ERA)
Wake Forest JR RHP Rayne Supple: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 80-83 CU; above-average 77-84 SL/CB, flashes plus; 6-3, 215 pounds (2016: 6.57 K/9 – 11.97 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 8.49 ERA) (2017: 12.38 K/9 – 20.25 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 6.75 ERA) (2018: 10.53 K/9 – 6.13 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 2.11 ERA)
Wake Forest rSR RHP Chris Farish: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; good 78-81 CB/SL, up to 81-86 in 2017; emerging CU; 6-4, 220 pounds (2016: 11.25 K/9 – 9.64 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 4.82 ERA) (2017: 15.74 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 5.89 ERA)
Wallace-Hanceville JC SO RHP Blake Rivera: 90-96 FB; average SL/CB; 6-4, 220 pounds (2018: 13.16 K/9 – 3.76 BB/9)
Washington JR RHP Joe DeMers: 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average 79-83 SL, flashes plus; above-average 84-86 CU (2018: 78-80), flashes plus; 75-76 CB; command of four pitches; PG comp: Keegan Thompson; 6-2, 230 pounds (2017: 5.89 K/9 – 2.27 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 3.35 ERA) (2018: 7.07 K/9 – 1.51 BB/9 – 113.1 IP – 2.46 ERA)
Washington State JR RHP Parker McFadden: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average mid-80s SL; splitter; 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: 6.76 K/9 – 7.84 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 8.10 ERA) (2017: 10.20 K/9 – 10.64 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 7.52 ERA) (2018: 13.66 K/9 – 8.02 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 3.56 ERA)
Waubonsee JC rSO RHP Noah Burkholder: 89-93 FB; TJ survivor; Louisville transfer; 6-6, 200 pounds
West Virginia JR RHP Christian Young: 86-92 FB, 95 peak; 68-69 CB; 74-76 CU; 6-5, 215 pounds (2018: 9.38 K/9 – 3.75 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 5.88 ERA)
West Virginia JR RHP/OF Braden Zarbnisky: 88-92 FB; good 77-80 CB; 79-81 CU; plus speed; plus arm; 6-3, 185 pounds (2016: 8.33 K/9 – 3.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 4.00 ERA) (2017: 10.53 K/9 – 4.81 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 2.75 ERA) (2018: 8.51 K/9 – 3.65 BB/9 – 37.0 IP – 4.62 ERA)
West Virginia rJR LHP Zach Reid: mid-80s FB; 72-74 SL; 5-11, 165 pounds (2018: 11.61 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 5.79 ERA)
West Virginia rJR RHP Conner Dotson: 90-94 FB, 96-97 peak; hurt in 2017 (arm injury); 6-4, 215 pounds (2015: 7.55 K/9 – 4.34 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2016: 7.41 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 4.44 ERA) (2017: 8.48 K/9 – 6.20 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 5.53 ERA)
West Virginia rSO RHP Cody Wood: 87-88 FB; SL; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 4.88 K/9 – 2.17 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 5.40 ERA) (2018: 5.48 K/9 – 5.48 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 4.70 ERA)
West Virginia rSO RHP Michael Grove: 90-95 FB; good 84-86 CB/SL; TJ surgery (June 2017); 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: 11.20 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 3.40 ERA) (2017: 11.68 K/9 – 2.87 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 2.87 ERA)
West Virginia SR RHP BJ Myers: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; 74-78 CB/SL; 80-81 CU; D1 comp: Preston Morrison; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 8.44 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 3.80 ERA) (2016: 7.16 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 66.2 IP – 4.05 ERA) (2017: 6.73 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 97.2 IP – 4.52 ERA) (2018: 6.87 K/9 – 2.91 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 4.19 ERA)
West Virginia SR RHP Shane Ennis: 90-93 FB; D1 comp: Harrison Musgrave; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: 4.76 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 6.09 ERA) (2017: 9.25 K/9 – 6.78 BB/9 – 14.2 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2018: 6.86 K/9 – 6.46 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 3.22 ERA)
Western Illinois JR RHP Ian Koch: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 6-4, 220 pounds (2016: 4.59 K/9 – 4.73 BB/9 – 66.2 IP – 4.73 ERA) (2017: 6.72 K/9 – 4.45 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 4.86 ERA) (2018: 8.66 K/9 – 5.21 BB/9 – 86.1 IP – 4.38 ERA)
Western Michigan JR RHP Nic Laio: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 84 CU; upper-70s SL; 6-5, 200 pounds (2017: 7.36 K/9 – 4.30 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 5.32 ERA) (2018: 9.26 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 3.70 ERA)
Whitworth JR RHP Hugh Smith: 97 peak; 6-10, 215 pounds (2018: 9.62 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9)
Wichita State JR RHP Clayton McGinness: 87-91 FB with sink; good SL; CU; good athlete; good command; 6-1, 180 pounds (2016: 6.39 K/9 – 3.47 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 7.48 ERA) (2017: 5.43 K/9 – 2.33 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 8.49 ERA) (2018: 9.88 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 4.93 ERA)
Wichita State JR RHP Codi Heuer: 90-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 80-85 SL; average CU, flashes above-average; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: 9.88 K/9 – 6.59 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 9.12 ERA) (2017: 8.16 K/9 – 3.73 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 4.42 ERA) (2018: 9.31 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 4.31 ERA)
Wichita State JR RHP Connor Lungwitz: 88-91 FB; good CB; good CU; 6-5, 220 pounds (2016: 8.05 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 7.58 ERA) (2017: 9.33 K/9 – 1.67 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 4.00 ERA) (2018: 5.29 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 3.97 ERA)
Wichita State rSO LHP Keylan Killgore: 6-3, 175 pounds (2017: 7.78 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 6.08 ERA) (2018: 9.23 K/9 – 4.38 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 2.54 ERA)
Wichita State rSR LHP Cody Tyler: 88-92 FB; TJ survivor; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 6.53 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 4.46 ERA) (2017: 7.16 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 49.0 IP – 6.24 ERA) (2018: 11.18 K/9 – 1.76 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 4.40 ERA)
Wichita State SR RHP Adam Keller: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: 8.28 K/9 – 3.31 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 3.86 ERA) (2018: 11.08 K/9 – 1.33 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 1.33 ERA)
Wichita State SR RHP Chandler Sanburn: 91-93 FB; good 83-84 SL; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 7.74 K/9 – 0.97 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 7.23 ERA) (2017: 10.45 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 4.58 ERA) (2018: 14.20 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 2.94 ERA)
Winthrop JR LHP Thad Harris: mid- to upper-80s FB with plus sink; plus command; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: 6.19 K/9 – 1.92 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 5.02 ERA) (2017: 7.11 K/9 – 4.98 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 6.57 ERA)
Winthrop JR RHP Nate Pawelczyk: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 81-83 SL; CU; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: 7.92 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 10.80 ERA) (2017: 8.11 K/9 – 3.76 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 2.23 ERA) (2018: 7.85 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 88.1 IP – 3.77 ERA)
Winthrop rJR RHP Carson Gregory: 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: 6.21 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 11.57 ERA) (2018: 10.31 K/9 – 6.56 BB/9 – 9.2 IP – 3.72 ERA)
Winthrop rSR LHP Matt Crohan: 87-94 FB with sink. 96-97 peak; 82-87 cut-SL, flashes above-average to plus; good 82-88 CU; good athlete; velocity has dipped some late in games; Summer 2015: 90-94 FB; 86-88 CU (also 79-81, seems off); mid-80s SL; 6-4, 215 pounds (2014: 5.91 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 35 IP – 4.37 ERA) (2015: 10.17 K/9 – 3.39 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 3.04 ERA) (2016: 9.95 K/9 – 0.47 BB/9 – 19.0 IP – 2.37 ERA)
Winthrop SR LHP Riley Arnone: 85-88 FB with sink; above-average CU; good CB; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: 4.00 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 5.00 ERA) (2016: 6.70 K/9 – 3.56 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 7.33 ERA) (2017: 5.25 K/9 – 3.56 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 3.56 ERA) (2018: 6.94 K/9 – 3.94 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 5.62 ERA)
Wofford SR LHP Adam Scott: 85-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 78-84 CU; average 80-83 cut-SL; 6-4, 220 pounds (2015: 6.97 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 3.68 ERA) (2017: 10.42 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 4.92 ERA) (2018: 11.94 K/9 – 1.57 BB/9 – 103.1 IP – 3.14 ERA)
Wright State rSO RHP Ryan Weiss: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 78-82 SL; average 72-77 CB; 80-87 CU; good athlete; 6-4, 200 pounds (2017: 8.13 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 2.13 ERA) (2018: 8.65 K/9 – 1.46 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 3.40 ERA)
Xavier JR RHP Taylor Williams: 94 peak; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: 7.63 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 46.0 IP – 3.91 ERA) (2017: 10.11 K/9 – 6.52 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 7.16 ERA)
Xavier SO RHP/2B Conor Grammes: 95-97 FB; mid-80s SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: 6.68 K/9 – 4.92 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.96 ERA) (2017: .341/.381/.500 – 17 BB/45 K – 2/3 SB – 232 AB) (2018: .330/.375/.517 – 11 BB/42 K – 1/3 SB – 209 AB) (2018: 14.46 K/9 – 8.36 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 6.75 ERA)
Xavier SR RHP Damien Richard: 6-4, 240 pounds (2016: 5.78 K/9 – 5.96 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 4.84 ERA) (2018: 9.43 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.47 ERA)
Yale JR LHP Kumar Nambiar: 5-11, 175 pounds (2017: 7.39 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 5.06 ERA) (2018: 9.11 K/9 – 2.83 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 5.18 ERA)
Yale JR RHP Scott Politz: 85-89 FB with sink; 80-81 cutter; 73-74 CB; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: 5.64 K/9 – 1.64 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 3.64 ERA) (2017: 7.34 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 92.0 IP – 3.23 ERA) (2018: 6.55 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 3.07 ERA)
Yale JR RHP/1B Benny Wanger: 6-3, 220 pounds (2016: 6.11 K/9 – 4.23 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 7.51 ERA) (2016: .245/.386/.358 – 23 BB/23 K – 5/5 SB – 106 AB) (2018: 9.60 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 0.90 ERA)
Yale SR RHP Eric Brodkowitz: 85-87 FB; 79-80 CU; 6-2, 220 pounds (2015: 6.53 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 6.30 ERA) (2017: 7.00 K/9 – 4.63 BB/9 – 72.0 IP – 5.50 ERA) (2018: 6.06 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 84.2 IP – 2.76 ERA)

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LHP Aaron Beasley (Voyager Academy, North Carolina): 87-90 FB; CU; CB/SL; Duke commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
LHP Adam Tulloch (Western HS, Florida): 89 FB; SL; 6-2, 190 pounds
LHP Antoine Kelly (Maine East HS, Illinois): 89-91 FB; 6-5, 175 pounds
LHP Austin Krob (Lisbon HS, Iowa): 85 FB; CB; 6-2, 200 pounds
LHP Bailey Mantilla (American Heritage HS, Florida): 85-90 FB; good 69-71 CB; Miami commit; 6-2, 225 pounds
LHP Ben Cruikshank (Belleville East HS, Illinois): 85-90 FB; mid-70s CB; Missouri State commit; 6-4, 160 pounds
LHP Ben Harris (Milton HS, Georgia): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; good 73-76 CB, plus upside; 82 CU; Virginia commit; 6-1, 190 pounds
LHP Benjamin Hyndman (De La Salle Collegiate HS, Michigan): 82 FB; CB; CU; 6-0, 180 pounds
LHP Billy Price (Delbarton HS, New Jersey): 88 FB; Virginia commit; 6-6, 200 pounds
LHP Blaine Gillim (Ohio County HS, Kentucky): 85 FB; SL; 6-1, 175 pounds
LHP Blake Peyton (El Capitan HS, California): upper-80s FB; SL; Arizona commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
LHP Boston Mabeus (Coronado HS, Nevada): mid-80s FB; BYU commit; 6-2, 215 pounds
LHP Brandon Deskins (Friendswood HS, Texas): 88-90 FB; CB; 6-1, 170 pounds
LHP Brandon Mitchell (Elsik HS, Texas): 89-90 FB; 77 CB; New Orleans commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
LHP Brandon Neeck (Greeley HS, New York): 88-93 FB; average 78-85 SL/CB; 85-86 CU; Virginia commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
LHP Brandt Sundean (Jenkins HS, Florida): 85-87 FB; good CB; CU; Florida Gulf Coast commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
LHP Brett Hansen (Foothill HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; CB, above-average upside; SL, above-average upside; Vanderbilt commit; 6-4, 190 pounds
LHP Carter Lohman (Hamilton Southeastern HS, Indiana): 85-90 FB, 92 peak; 70-78 CB, above-average upside; good 74-81 CU; Louisville commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
LHP Charles Braxton Cottongame (Perry County Central HS, Kentucky): 89-91 FB; good 78 CB/SL; Kentucky commit; 6-4, 190 pounds
LHP Chase Van Dyk (Reedy HS, Texas): 88 FB; 74 CB; Oklahoma commit; 6-2, 165 pounds
LHP Chris Gerard (Bergen Catholic HS, New Jersey): 85-87 FB; good CB; 78-79 CU; Virginia Tech commit; 5-10, 165 pounds
LHP Christian MacLeod (Huntsville HS, Alabama): 87-90 FB; CB; good 84 CU; Mississippi State commit; 6-3, 215 pounds
LHP Christopher Goossens (Minnechaug HS, Massachusetts): 82-83 FB; CB; CU; Hartford commit; 6-4, 220 pounds
LHP Christopher Weber (Boerne-Champion HS, Texas): 88-92 FB; good CU; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Daniel Livnat (The Weber School, Georgia): 84 FB; 70 CB; 73 CU; 6-1, 165 pounds
LHP Dawson Sweatt (Starrs Mill HS, Georgia): 87-89 FB; mid-70s CB; Auburn commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
LHP Destin Dotson (Scotlandville HS, Louisiana): 85-91 FB, 93-94 peak; average 75 CB/SL; Tulane commit; FAVORITE; 6-7, 225 pounds
LHP Drew Rom (Highlands HS, Kentucky): 86-91 FB; above-average 75-82 SL, plus upside; good athlete; Michigan commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
LHP Duncan Lavine (Worcester Academy, Massachusetts): 83 FB; SL; 6-3, 200 pounds
LHP Easton McMurray (Liberty HS, California): 86-91 FB, 93 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; average CU; LSU commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Erik Tolman (El Toro HS, California): 85-90 FB, 92 peak; 74-79 SL; 71-73 CU; Cal Poly commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
LHP Evan Taylor (Florence HS, Alabama): 87-90 FB; plus 74 CB; Arkansas commit; 6-4, 220 pounds
LHP Franklin Parra (Lindenhurst HS, New York): 87-89 FB; 78 CB; 5-11, 165 pounds
LHP Garrett McDaniels (Pee Dee Academy, South Carolina): 86-91 FB with sink, 93 peak; 72-76 CB, above-average upside; 78 SL; low-80s CU, above-average upside; Coastal Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 170 pounds
LHP Garrett Wade (Hartselle HS, Alabama): 87-92 FB; plus 78-84 SL; above-average to plus 72-76 CB; 84 CU; Auburn commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
LHP Geoff Mosseau (Bedford HS, New Hampshire): above-average CU; St. John’s commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
LHP Harrison Stovern (Tompkins HS, Texas): Harvard commit; 5-10, 175 pounds
LHP Hunter Milam (Russell HS, Alabama): 90 FB; Memphis commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
LHP Jack Pawloski (Lexington HS, Massachusetts): 84 FB; CB; 6-4, 175 pounds
LHP Jack Sellinger (Spring Valley Christian Academy, Nevada): 89-92 FB;
LHP Jacob Gilcrest (Center Grove HS, Indiana): upper-80s FB; Louisville commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
LHP Jacob Smith (Calera HS, Alabama): 90 FB; CB; Vanderbilt commit; 6-7, 220 pounds
LHP Jake Sweeney (Hobart HS, Indiana): 87-90 FB; mid-70s CB/SL; Arkansas commit; 6-7, 220 pounds
LHP Joe Miller (La Salle HS, Pennsylvania): 85-90 FB; low-70s CB/SL; Penn commit; 5-10, 170 pounds
LHP Jonathan Childress (Forney HS, Texas): 87-91 FB, 93-94 peak; easy plus CB; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 215 pounds
LHP Jonathan Gates (Nature Coast Tech HS, Florida): 88-92 FB; average 78-84 SL; average 81-85 CU; 75-79 CB; plus command; Miami commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
LHP Joseph Freitas (West Forsyth HS, Georgia): 88 FB; 6-2, 185 pounds
LHP Joseph Martin (Comfort HS, Texas): 86 FB; Kansas State commit; 6-0, 180 pounds
LHP Joseph Menefee (George Ranch HS, Texas): 89-94 FB; 80-81 CU; 76-78 CB/SL, plus upside; TJ surgery (3/18); Texas A&M commit; 6-1, 210 pounds
LHP Josiah Sighler (Swansea HS, South Carolina): South Carolina commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Josiah Sightler (Swansea HS, South Carolina): 85-90 FB; mid-70s CB; low-80s CU; South Carolina commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Julian Bosnic (Berkeley Prep, Florida): 85-91 FB; good 70-72 CB; 80-82 CU; Wake Forest commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
LHP Justin Wrobleski (Sequoyah HS, Georgia): 87-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average low-80s SL; 85 CU; Clemson commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
LHP Kaleb Hill (Watson Chapel HS, Arkansas): 85-90 FB with sink, 92 peak; mid-70s CB; Mississippi commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Kenneth Folch (Colegio Eugenio Mario de Hostos, Puerto Rico): 87-89 FB; Florida International commit; 6-6, 165 pounds
LHP Kevin Santana (Norco HS, California): 83 FB; CB; CU; 6-0, 160 pounds
LHP Keyshawn Askew (McEachern HS, Georgia): 85-90 FB; good 78-79 CU; CB; Clemson commit; 6-3, 175 pounds
LHP Kyle Perry (Millard South HS, Nebraska): 86 FB; CB/SL; 6-1, 175 pounds
LHP Kyle Petri (Pompano Beach HS, Florida): upper-70s FB; CU; SL; 6-5, 210 pounds
LHP Kyle Salley (Homewood-Flossmoor HS, Illinois): 85-91 FB with plus sink; CB; SL; Duke commit; 5-9, 170 pounds
LHP Leonardo Palacios (Hayden HS, Arizona): 88-90 FB; CB; 6-4, 180 pounds
LHP Liam Henry (Park Hills HS, Missouri): 85-89 FB; low-70s CB; Arkansas commit; 6-3, 170 pounds
LHP Luke Bartnicki (Walton HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average SL; mid-80s CU, average upside; good athlete; Georgia Tech commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
LHP Luke Little (East Mecklenburg HS, North Carolina): 88-90 FB; CB; CU; Gardner-Webb commit; 6-8, 220 pounds
LHP Luke Rettig (Wilmington Christian HS, Pennsylvania): 85-86 FB; 72 SL; 6-3, 165 pounds
LHP Mark McCabe (Naperville North HS, Illinois): 85 FB; SL; CU; 6-2, 175 pounds
LHP Mason Montgomery (Leander HS, Texas): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; Texas Tech commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
LHP Mason Ronan (Penn Cambria HS, Pennsylvania): 85-92 FB; 70-76 CB, plus upside; CU; Pittsburgh commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
LHP Matt Voda (Central HS, Florida): 87 FB; CB; 6-2, 215 pounds
LHP Michael Esposito (The Gunnery, New York): 86 FB; 5-10, 160 pounds
LHP Michael Gilliland (Boaz HS, Alabama): 85-88 FB; upper-70s CU; low-70s CB; Jacksonville State commit; 6-1, 190 pounds
LHP Mitchell Parker (Manzano HS, New Mexico): 86-92 FB, 93 peak; average 71-74 CB/SL; 85-86 cutter; CU; deceptive; Tennessee commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP Nate Lamb (Chesnee HS, South Carolina): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 70-76 CB, plus upside; 79-81 SL; average 80-81 CU; good deception; good athlete; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds
LHP Nathan Mapstone (Alexander HS, Georgia): 85-88 FB; above-average CB; 6-3, 200 pounds
LHP Nicholas Parrish (Trinity HS, Kentucky): 83 FB; SL; CU; CB; 6-2, 165 pounds
LHP Oliver McCarthy (Poly Prep Country Day HS, New York): 84-88 FB; mid-70s CB; Duke commit; 6-4, 190 pounds
LHP Patrick Wicklander (Valley Christian HS, California): 83-90 FB; 62-63 CB; deceptive; Arkansas commit; 6-1, 175 pounds
LHP Peyton Carson (Shawnee Heights HS, Kansas): 85-88 FB; CB; Missouri State commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
LHP Peyton Zachry (Anderson HS, Texas): 85-88 FB; 6-2, 175 pounds
LHP Randy Abshier (Otay Ranch HS, California): 87-91 FB; 63-69 CB; Arizona commit; 6-5, 165 pounds
LHP Ricardo Rivera (Colegio De La Salle HS, Puerto Rico): mid-80s FB; CB; Alabama State; 6-2, 160 pounds
LHP Ryan DuBord (Old Saybrook HS, Connecticut): 82 FB; CU; 6-1, 165 pounds
LHP Ryan Kircher (Plum HS, Pennsylvania): 87-92 FB; 77 SL; Kent State commit; 6-0, 165 pounds
LHP Ryan Palmblad (Brother Rice HS, Illinois): CB/SL; CU; 6-3, 180 pounds
LHP Ryan Weathers (Loretto HS, Tennessee): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus mid-70s CB; average CU; Vanderbilt commit; 6-2, 210 pounds
LHP Sasha Sneider (Thunderbird HS, Arizona): 86-88 FB; low- to mid-70s CB; 73-74 CU; Arizona State commit; 5-10, 190 pounds
LHP Steve Hajjar (Central Catholic HS, Massachusetts): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 76-83 SL/CB; CU; good athlete; Michigan commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
LHP Steven Sanchez (Mundelein HS, Illinois): 88-92 FB; Arkansas commit; 6-7, 230 pounds
LHP Trace Moore (Nova HS, Florida): 80-82 FB; 64-66 CB; 6-1, 185 pounds
LHP Trae Robertson (Columbia-Hickman HS, Missouri): 85-90 FB; upper-70s CB/SL; Missouri commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 180 pounds
LHP Travis Shaff-Brown (Paloma Valley HS, California): 80-83 FB; CU; 5-11, 160 pounds
LHP Tyler Morrison (Oldham County HS, Kentucky): 82 FB; CB; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds
LHP Will Brassil (Holy Family Catholic HS, Colorado): 85 FB; deceptive; New Mexico commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
LHP Will Sandy (Leesville Road HS, North Carolina): North Carolina commit; 6-3, 175 pounds
LHP Will Shirah (Fannin County HS, Georgia): 87-92 FB; 78-80 SL, above-average upside; above-average 73 CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
LHP William Dennis (Blue Valley Northwest HS, Kansas): 85-88 FB; good upper-70s CU; mid-70s CB; Oklahoma commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
LHP/1B Holden Laws (South Granville HS, North Carolina): NC State commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
LHP/OF Caden Monke (Mt. Olive HS, Illinois): 87-90 FB; LHH; Arkansas commit; 6-3, 165 pounds
LHP/OF Connor Price (Tampa Jesuit HS, Florida): 86 FB; CB; 6-1, 190 pounds
LHP/OF Doug Nikhazy (West Orange HS, Florida): 86-89 FB; 73-76 CB; 77-79 CU; Mississippi commit; 6-0, 200 pounds
LHP/OF Julian Boyd (St. John Bosco HS, California): Nevada commit; 5-10, 165 pounds
LHP/OF Michael Defelippi (Cathedral Catholic HS, California): 84 FB; low-70s CB/SL; Pacific commit; 6-1, 175 pounds
LHP/OF Pablo Garabitos (Lakewood Ranch HS, Florida): good 72-74 CB; LHH; South Florida commit; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Aaron Eden (Norco HS, California): 86-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good 79 CU; 79 CB; SL; San Diego State commit; 6-2, 210 pounds
RHP Aaron Shiflet (Mountain Brook HS, Alabama): 80-87 FB; 70 CB; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Adam Kloffenstein (Magnolia HS, Texas): 90-92 FB; low-80s CB/SL; mid-80s CU; TCU commit; 6-5, 220 pounds
RHP AG Yowell (Dripping Springs HS, Texas): 87-90 FB; CB; CU; 6-6, 170 pounds
RHP Aidan Maldonado (Rosemount HS, Minnesota): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; 82 SL/CB, flashes above-average; CU; Illinois commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP AJ Stinson (Hattiesburg HS, Mississippi): 86-92 FB; upper-70s SL/CB; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Alaska Abney (Mill Creek HS, Georgia): 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Alberto Gonzalez (Alexander HS, Texas): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; SL; CB; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Alex Benavides (Gilroy HS, California): 86-89 FB; 75-77 SL; San Diego State commit; 6-3, 175 pounds
RHP Alex Franklin (Bloomington South HS, Indiana): 90-93 FB with sink; 76-78 SL, above-average upside; Indiana commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Alex Havlicek (Indian Hills HS, New Jersey): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; good 74-79 CB/SL; Virginia Tech commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP Alex Hayes (Woodstock HS, Georgia): 81-83 FB with sink; 6-0, 160 pounds
RHP Alex Rao (Oxbridge Academy, Florida): mid-80s FB; CB; CU; Notre Dame commit; 6-4, 250 pounds
RHP Alex Williams (Redwood Christian HS, California): 84-87 FB; 76-77 CU; mid-70s CB; good command; Stanford commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Andre Orselli (Lake Orion Community HS, Michigan): 86-90 FB; 75 CU; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Andrew Baker (Macon East Academy, Alabama): 88-90 FB; mid- to upper-70s CB; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Andrew Beauvais (Claremont HS, California): 83-87 FB with plus sink; CB; CU; FAVORITE; Pittsburgh commit; 6-7, 200 pounds
RHP Andrew Cossio (Spring HS, Texas): 92 FB; good SL; good athlete; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Andrew Curtin (Flowery Branch HS, Georgia): mid-70s FB; CB; 5-11, 170 pounds
RHP Andrew Funovits (Seneca Valley HS, Pennsylvania): 83-86 FB; 6-1, 160 pounds
RHP Andrew Moore (Jackson HS, Georgia): 88-91 FB; CU; Georgia Tech commit; 6-5, 210 pounds
RHP Andrew Tillery (Glenwood HS, Georgia): 85-90 FB; good CB; North Carolina State commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Andrew Williamson (Christ’s Church Academy, Florida): 88-89 FB; 68 CB; 79 CU; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Anthony Sasso (Colts Neck HS, New Jersey): 91 FB; Furman commit; 5-10, 190 pounds
RHP Arlo Marynczak (Bethlehem Central HS, New York): 83 FB; CB; 6-7, 220 pounds
RHP Austin Becker (Big Walnut HS, Ohio): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; mid- to upper-70s CB, flashes plus; low-80s CU, plus upside; 6-6, 185 pounds
RHP Austin Elliott (Cape Henlopen HS, Delaware): 87-91 FB; CB flashes plus; North Carolina commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Bay Witcher (Loganville HS, Georgia): 86-91 FB; low-80s SL; upper-70s CB; Troy commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Ben Abram (Georgetown SS, Ontario): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; average CB; CU; SL; Oklahoma commit; 6-7, 235 pounds
RHP Ben Ferrer (South Forsyth HS, Georgia): 85-88 FB; 80 CU; CB with plus upside; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Benjamin Specht (Evangelical Christian HS, Florida): 87-92 FB; good 74-77 CB/SL; 77-81 CU; Florida commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Benjamin Ziv (El Toro HS, California): 85-88 FB; CB; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Bennett Shoptaw (Little Rock Christian Academy, Arkansas): 85 FB; CB; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Blaise Sclafani (Souderton HS, Pennsylvania): 86-88 FB; 6-5, 180 pounds
RHP Blake Burzell (Laguna Beach HS, California): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 78-83 SL/CB; CU; good athlete; Arizona State commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 200 pounds
RHP Blake Dockery (Hickory Ridge HS, North Carolina): upper-80s FB; 72-75 CB; 6-1, 165 pounds
RHP Bo Blessie (Lee HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; above-average 75-82 CB/SL, plus upside; Nebraska commit; 6-3, 155 pounds
RHP Bowen Bock (West Forsyth HS, Georgia): 89 FB; CB; Kennesaw State commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
RHP Braden Albright (West Forsyth HS, Georgia): 87 FB; good SL; 6-5, 190 pounds
RHP Brady Devereux (Malvern Prep, Pennsylvania): 86-90 FB; CB; Wake Forest commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Braedyn McLaughlin (Staley HS, Missouri): 89-91 FB; 71-72 CB
RHP Brandon Birdsell (Conroe HS, Texas): 89-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; 77-80 CB; 80-86 SL, plus upside; CU; TJ survivor; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Brandon Dumas (Ridgeview HS, Florida): 83-86 FB; 62-67 CB; mid-70s CU; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Brandon Pettinati (Klein HS, Texas): 85-89 FB; 6-5, 190 pounds
RHP Brant Brown (Venice HS, Florida): 89 FB; CB; CU; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Braxton Ashcraft (Robinson HS, Texas): 89-95 FB; 83-86 SL; great athlete; Baylor commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Braxton Kelly (Johnson Central HS, Kentucky): 92 FB; Ohio commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP Brayden Lloyd (Owasso HS, Oklahoma): 88-91 FB; SL/CB; CU; Oklahoma commit; 6-1, 165 pounds
RHP Braydon Fisher (Clear Falls HS, Texas): 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 76-77 CB/SL; CU; Lamar commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP Brendan Bell (Park Vista Community HS, Florida): upper-80s FB; good low-70s CU; SL; Florida Gulf Coast commit; 5-11, 175 pounds
RHP Brendan Koester (Eastern HS, Kentucky): 90-92 FB; Kentucky commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Brett Finnel (Woodcrest Christian HS, California): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average CB; CU; UC Santa Barbara commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Brett Jackson (Yale SS, British Columbia): 88 FB; CB; CU; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Brett Kerry (Wesleyan Christian Academy, North Carolina): 92 FB; South Carolina commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP Brian Janetka (Souderton HS, Pennsylvania): 81-82 FB; good 71-72 SL; 6-3, 215 pounds
RHP Britton Baxter (Land O’ Lakes HS, Florida): 87 FB; CB; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Brock Helverson (Perkiomen Valley HS, Pennsylvania): 93-94 FB; West Virginia commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Bryant Salgado (Klein Forest HS, Texas): 88-92 FB; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Bryce Collins (Hart HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average low-80s CB, above-average upside; average low-80s SL, above-average upside; Arizona commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 175 pounds
RHP Bryce Jackson (Abbeville HS, North Carolina): 85-90 FB; above-average 77-80 SL; 6-1, 175 pounds
RHP Cade Middleton (Bishop Verot HS, Florida): 84-85 FB with sink; 74-75 CB; CU; Barry commit; 6-0, 160 pounds
RHP Caleb Larson (Wheaton Warrenville South HS, Illinois): 86-87 FB; 72-73 CB; Illinois commit; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP Camden Sewell (Cleveland HS, Tennessee): 89-92 FB, 93 peak; good 76-78 CB; 80-82 SL; Tennessee commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 175 pounds
RHP Cameron Reeves (Northwestern HS, South Carolina): 89 FB; SL; CB; 78 CU; Citadel commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Carlos Lequerica (Terra Environmental Research Institute, Florida): 87 FB; above-average CB; Bethune-Cookman commit; 6-1, 165 pounds
RHP Carlos Tumpkin (Brother Rice HS, Michigan): 87 FB; 6-3, 215 pounds
RHP Carson King (Estero HS, Florida): 86-88 FB; Florida Southern commit; 6-2, 170 pounds
RHP Carson Lambert (Newbury Park HS, California): 88-91 FB; good 84 CU; USC commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Carson Reeder (Gulf Breeze HS, Florida): 85 FB; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Casey Day (Prairie HS, Iowa): 80-86 FB; low-70s CB; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Chance Denson (West Lauderdale HS, Mississippi): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; low-80s CU; mid-70s CB; 6-3, 220 pounds
RHP Chance Huff (Niceville HS, Florida): 89-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 75-80 SL/CB; low-80s CU; Vanderbilt commit; BA comp: Phil Bickford; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Chance Roach (Nazareth HS, Illinois): 83 FB; CB; CU; 6-0, 175 pounds
RHP Chandler Arnold (Horn HS, Texas): 83-87 FB; CB; Louisiana-Monroe commit; 6-2, 160 pounds
RHP Chandler Champlain (Santa Margarita Catholic HS, California): 90-94 FB with sink; above-average 73-79 CB, plus upside; USC commit; 6-5, 215 pounds
RHP Charles Wood (Fenwick HS, Illinois): 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Chase Costello (Pompano Beach HS, Florida): 87-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; average to above-average 78-82 SL, plus upside; 79-82 CU, above-average to plus upside; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Chase Silseth (Piedra Vista HS, New Mexico): 93 FB; Tennessee commit; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Chase Webster (Mesquite HS, Arizona): 89-92 FB; 77-80 SL; Arizona State commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Christopher Murdock (The Hun School, New Jersey): 83 FB; CB; CU; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Clayton Nettleton (Davenport West HS, Iowa): 88-91 FB; 75-77 CB/SL; 82 CU; Iowa commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Cody Jensen (Jesuit HS, California): 90 FB; Stanford commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Colby Gomes (Millward West HS, Nebraska): Nebraska commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP Cole Ayers (Loveland HS, Ohio): 89-93 FB; 84-85 kCB; 82-84 kCU (per BA); Kentucky commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Cole Garrett (Kennesaw Mountain HS, Georgia): 86-91 FB; low-70s CB; CU; Liberty commit; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Cole Henry (Florence HS, Alabama): 89-95 FB, 97 peak; 79-80 CB; 85 CU; LSU commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Cole Patten (Sparta HS, New Jersey): 88-90 FB with sink; 78-79 SB; 80-83 CU; Seton Hall commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP Cole Wilcox (Heritage HS, Georgia): 91-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; 83-87 CU, above-average upside; average 80-85 SL/CB, plus upside; Georgia commit; BA comp: Tanner Houck; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds
RHP Collin Camarigg (Gulf Coast HS, Florida): 85-90 FB; SL; 5-10, 165 pounds
RHP Collin Foster (Wilson HS, Pennsylvania): 88 FB; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Conner Noland (Greenwood HS, Arkansas): 87-89 FB; CB; CU; Arkansas commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Connor Crotty (San Juan Hills HS, California): 83-85 FB; mid-70s CB; 6-6, 210 pounds
RHP Connor Shamblin (Briarcrest Christian HS, Tennessee): 88-94 FB; average 76 CB, above-average upside; 80 SL; 77 CU; Alabama commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Connor Van Scoyoc (Jefferson HS, Iowa): 86-91 FB; 72-74 CB; CU; Arizona State commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Cooper Davidson (South Forsyth HS, Georgia): 86-91 FB; mid-70s SL; above-average CU; Austin Peay commit; 6-5, 225 pounds
RHP Cooper Stinson (Norcross HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 83-84 SL, plus upside; above-average to plus split-CU; Duke commit; 6-6, 235 pounds
RHP Corbitt Cimadevilla (Northgate HS, Georgia): 90-92 FB; 6-3, 215 pounds
RHP Cort Roedig (Phillips HS, Florida): 89-92 FB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Coy Cobb (Katy HS, Texas): 88-92 FB with sink, 94 FB; upper-70s SL, above-average upside; CB; 82 CU; Texas commit; 6-4, 190 pounds
RHP Cristian Sanchez (Centreville HS, Virginia): 88-93 FB, 94 peak; CB with plus upside; Virginia commit; 6-3, 175 pounds
RHP Dalton Baker (Sebring HS, Florida): 86-89 FB; CB; Navy commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Dalton Chandler (Lamar HS, Colorado): 87-89 FB; Cal State Northridge HS commit; 6-4, 215 pounds
RHP Dalton Mall (Shawnee Mission East HS, Kansas): 90 FB; 84 SL; Evansville commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Dalton Wood (Second Baptist HS, Texas): Rice commit; 6-5, 230 pounds
RHP Damon Casetta-Stubbs (Kings Way Christian HS, Washington): 90-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; Seattle commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Dan Kirwin (North Penn HS, Pennsylvania): 86 FB
RHP Daniel Carpenter (Martin Luther King HS, California): 88 FB; CB; 6-6, 185 pounds
RHP Daniel Lloyd (Summerville HS, South Carolina): 86-89 FB; 75-76 cut-SL; deceptive; South Carolina commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Daniel Ouderkirk (Spotswood HS, Virginia): 84-92 FB, 93 peak; 76-78 CB/SL; West Virginia commit; 6-9, 200 pounds
RHP Danny Garcia (West Broward HS, Florida): low-80s FB; CB; good command; Stetson commit; 5-11, 185 pounds
RHP Danny Glenos (Georgia): 86 FB; 6-6, 220 pounds
RHP David Erickson (Cape Henlopen HS, Delaware): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 85 CU; average 78-80 CB; Liberty commit; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP David Luethje (Vero Beach HS, Florida): 88-94 FB; average 78-79 SL/CB, above-average upside; CU; Florida commit; 6-5, 190 pounds
RHP David Reckers (Aptos HS, California): 90 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP David Roderick (Minnetonka HS, Minnesota): 88-91 FB with sink; 81 SL; CB; CU; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP Dawson Magar (Donegal HS, Pennsylvania): 82-86 FB; 70-71 CB; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Dennis Boatman (Woodcreek HS, California): 88-90 FB; good 79-82 CU; 81 CB; UCLA commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Derrick Cherry (Goose Creek Memorial HS, Texas): 89 FB; mid-70s SL; Houston commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Devin Fish (Eisenhower HS, Wisconsin): 86 FB; 6-1, 190 pounds
RHP Dillon Abell (Pompano Beach HS, Florida): 83-85 FB; CB; New Orleans commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Dillon Nowicki (Stoughton HS, Wisconsin): 88-90 FB; Michigan commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP DJ Ackley (Poway HS, California): 84 FB; CB; 6-1, 180 pounds
RHP Dominic Pipkin (Pinole Valley HS, California): 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 83-85 SL; 75-77 CB, above-average upside; 83 CU, above-average upside; California commit; 6-4, 170 pounds
RHP Drew Hayes (Arapahoe HS, Colorado): 88-90 FB; good CB; upper-70s CU; 6-1, 160 pounds
RHP Duncan Davitt (Indianola HS, Iowa): 86-88 FB with sink; Iowa commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Dylan Kelley (Branford HS, Florida): 88 FB; CB; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Dylan Smith (Stafford HS, Texas): 88-89 FB; Alabama commit; 6-1, 140 pounds
RHP Elijah Pleasants (Rossview HS, Tennessee): 85-90 FB; above-average 72-74 CB; 6-4, 170 pounds
RHP Eric Cerantola (Holty Trinity Catholic SS, Ontario): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; plus CB/SL; great athlete; Mississippi State commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Axman (Bishop Miege HS, Kansas): 90 FB; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Blinka (Caldwell HS, Texas): 82-84 FB; cutter; CU; 5-11, 240 pounds
RHP Ethan Brodsky (Trabuco Hills HS, California): 86 FB; CU; mid-70s SL; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Christianson (Rocky Mountain HS, Colorado): 87-89 FB; 76-78 CU; 70-72 CB
RHP Ethan Clough (Temecula Valley HS, California): 87-90 FB; low-80s SL; Long Beach State commit; 5-10, 155 pounds
RHP Ethan Collick (Saline HS, Michigan): 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Reed (Aliso Niguel HS, California): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; 85-87 CU; average 74-77 CB, above-average upside; USC commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Smith (Mount Juliet HS, Tennessee): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; plus 79-83 SL; low-80s CU; low-70s CB; Vanderbilt commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Ethan Texiera (Millbury HS, Massachusetts): 85-86 FB; CB; CU; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Evan Condon (Walton HS, Georgia): 85 FB; CB; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Evan Michelson (Mandarin HS, Florida): 88 FB; CB; mid-70s SL; 5-11, 200 pounds
RHP Franco Aleman (Alonso HS, Florida): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; average 75-78 CB/SL; Florida International commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 215 pounds
RHP Gabe Bierman (Jeffersonville HS, Indiana): 89 FB; 72-75 CB; Indiana commit; 6-2, 170 pounds
RHP Gabe Partridge (Carrollwood Day HS, Florida): low-80s FB; good 67-68 CB; 5-10, 175 pounds
RHP Gabriel Kurtzhals (Boswell HS, Texas): 85-87 FB; mid-70s CB; West Virginia commit; 5-9, 160 pounds
RHP Gage Edwards (Jordan HS, Utah): 87 FB; CU; CB; 6-4, 220 pounds
RHP Garrett Burhenn (Lawrence North HS, Indiana): 93 FB; above-average 75 CB; Ohio State commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Garrett Glover (Buford HS, Georgia): 84-88 FB; mid-70s SL; 6-3, 160 pounds
RHP Garrison Price (Powell HS, Tennessee): 6-3, 215 pounds
RHP George Arias (Tucson Magnet HS, Arizona): 87-89 FB; 5-11, 165 pounds
RHP Graham Firoved (First Colonial HS, Virginia): 90-93 FB; upper-70s CB; Radford commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
RHP Greg Strickland (Millbrook HS, North Carolina): 84-86 FB; CB/SL; Brown commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Griffin Gilbert (Concord HS, New Hampshire): 85 FB; Fairleigh Dickinson commit; 6-4, 220 pounds
RHP Gunnar Hoglund (Dayspring Christian Academy, Florida): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; CB, plus upside; CU; Mississippi commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP Gus Radel (Sioux Falls Roosevelt HS, South Dakota): 88-92 FB; 72 SL/CB; Minnesota commit; 6-2, 220 pounds
RHP Harrison Haley (Germantown HS, Mississippi): 86 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Hayden Thomas (Rouse HS, Texas): 86-89 FB; 78-81 SL; Texas A&M-Corpus Christi commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
RHP Hunter Dreves (Highlands HS, Kentucky): 87-91 FB; mid-70s CB; Tennessee commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Hunter Goodwin (Worth County HS, Georgia): 88-91 FB; low-70s CB; Georgia commit; 6-5, 215 pounds
RHP Hunter Rigsby (Rockcastle County HS, Kentucky): 87 FB; CB; 6-4, 215 pounds
RHP Ian Landreneau (John Curtis Christian HS, Louisiana): 83-86 FB; low-70s CB; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Ian Mejia (Sahuarita HS, Arizona): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; 78-80 SL; Arizona commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Ian Villers (Northgate HS, California): 87-91 FB, 92 peak; 74-76 CB; Cal commit; 6-5, 225 pounds
RHP Isaac Dirker (Howards Grove HS, Wisconsin): 83-85 FB; good CB; 6-6, 200 pounds
RHP Israel Gutierrez (Palo Verde HS, Nevada): 84-87 FB; CB; 5-11, 170 pounds
RHP Jack Anderson (Tampa Jesuit HS, Florida): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; good 75-79 CB; 77-80 CU; 77-80 SL; Florida State commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Jack Billings (St. Augustine Prep, New Jersey): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average mid-70s CB; Virginia Tech commit; 5-11, 215 pounds
RHP Jack Carey (St. Peter’s Prep, New Jersey): 90-94 FB; Duke commit; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Jack Friedman (Paideia HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB; plus mid-70s CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Jack Gowen (Charlton County HS, Georgia): 89-91 FB; CB; SL; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Jack Hodgins (Simi Valley HS, California): 85 FB; CU; CB/SL; 6-3, 225 pounds
RHP Jack Metzger (Fredericksburg HS, Texas): 81-85 FB; CB; CU; 6-1, 175 pounds
RHP Jack Miller (California): 88-92 FB; upper-70s CB; good athlete
RHP Jack Neely (Churchill HS, Texas): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; mid-70s CB; mid-80s CU; Texas commit; 6-9, 230 pounds
RHP Jack Perkins (Kokomo HS, Indiana): mid-90s FB; above-average SL; Louisville commit; 6-2, 210 pounds
RHP Jack Steele (Worcester Academy, Massachusetts): 85-87 FB with sink; Massachusetts commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
RHP Jack Wilson (Iowa City West HS, Iowa): 86 FB; CB; 6-4, 190 pounds
RHP Jack Wolgast (Rocky Bayou Christian HS, Florida): mid-70s CB; SL; New Orleans commit; 5-10, 170 pounds
RHP Jackson Spiller (Flagler-Palm Coast HS, Florida): 84-86 FB; 72-74 CB; 75-77 CU; 6-2, 170 pounds
RHP Jacob Gilliland (Next Level Academy, Mississippi): 86-91 FB; CB; deceptive; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Jacob Hardney (Gonzaga HS, Virginia): 87-88 FB; 74 CB/SL; Purdue commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Jacob Kush (Our Lady of Lourdes SS, Ontario): 86-90 FB; mid-70s CB; 5-10, 160 pounds
RHP Jacob Pfennigs (Post Falls HS, Idaho): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; 70 CB; 79 CU; great athlete; Oregon State commit; FAVORITE; 6-7, 185 pounds
RHP Jacob Seipenko (Salem HS, Michigan): 91 FB; 75-76 CU; 6-6, 210 pounds
RHP Jake Friedman (Scotch Plains Fanwood HS, New Jersey): 84 FB; SL; CB; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Jake Miller (Newbury Park HS, California): 88-92 FB; 77-80 SL; 70-72 CB; 78-80 CU; good athlete; San Diego commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Jalon Long (Marbury HS, Alabama): 87-92 FB; 74-76 CB; low-80s CU; Samford commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Jared Mack (Ridge Point HS, Texas): 86-91 FB; CU; good athlete; Lamar commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Jarrett Blunt (Ottumwa HS, Iowa): 88 FB; CU; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Jason Hudak (Southlake Christian Academy, North Carolina): 86-89 FB; upper-70s SL; UNC Wilmington commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Javan Smitherman (Kilgore HS, Texas): 89 FB with sink; CB; Dallas Baptist commit; 5-10, 165 pounds
RHP Jaydon Berry (Henry County HS, Kentucky): 83 FB with sink; CB; SL; 6-1, 165 pounds
RHP Jayson Schroeder (Juanita HS, Washington): 90-93 FB with plus sink; average 75 CB; average SL, plus upside; Washington commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Jesse Bergin (Harvard-Westlake HS, California): 88-91 FB; mid-70s CB; low-80s CU; UCLA commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Joe Alampi (North Catholic HS, Pennsylvania): 88 FB; 71-73 CB; 77-79 CU; 6-1, 175 pounds
RHP Joey Bock (Burroughs HS, Missouri): 83-86 FB; SL; 5-10, 185 pounds
RHP Joey Butler (O’Dea HS, Washington): 82-86 FB; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP John MacDonald (Boston College HS, Massachusetts): 84 FB; CB; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Jonathan Acosta: 5-11, 200 pounds
RHP Jonathan Alexander (Scotts Hill HS, Tennessee): 86-89 FB; 70-72 CB; 77-78 CU
RHP Jonathan Edwards (Eagle’s Landing HS, Georgia): 84-89 FB; 76-78 SL; CB; upper-70s CU; Georgia State commit; 6-6, 180 pounds
RHP Jordan Rodriguez (Flanagan HS, Florida): 5-11, 160 pounds
RHP Jorge Oleaga (Alonso HS, Florida): 88-92 FB; good low-80s CU; CB; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Jorge Zambrano (Trinity Christian Academy, Florida): 6-0, 160 pounds
RHP Joseph Ammirato (Bellarmine Prep, California): 88-91 FB; upper-60s CB; deceptive; Cal commit; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP Joseph Sprake (Middletown South HS, New Jersey): 88-91 FB; CB/SL; Elon commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
RHP Josh Cordova (Antioch HS, California): 82-86 FB; good 78 CU; 6-2, 220 pounds; 6-2, 225 pounds
RHP Josh Dotson (AC Reynolds HS, North Carolina): 86-91 FB with sink; CB flashes plus; CU; SL; North Carolina commit; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Josh Mollerus (Bellarmine Prep, California): 85-87 FB; good CU; SL; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Josh Weber (Braden River HS, Florida): 88 FB; CB; 6-1, 150 pounds
RHP JT Ginn (Brandon HS, Mississippi): 93-97 FB, 99 peak; CB/SL, plus upside; CU, flashes average; Mississippi State commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Juan Teixeira (Somerset Academy, Florida): mid-80s FB; CB; Florida International commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Julian Tristan (Northwood HS, California): 89-91 FB, 93 peak; Santa Clara commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Justice Paraiso-Caceres (Berkeley HS, California): low-80s FB with sink; SL; 5-11, 185 pounds
RHP Justin Jarvis (Lake Norman HS, North Carolina): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; 72-75 CB, flashes above-average; CU flashes plus; UNC Wilmington commit; 6-2, 160 pounds
RHP Justin Parish (Mill Creek HS, Georgia): 84 FB; 6-3, 170 pounds
RHP Justin Rivero (Palm Beach Central HS, Florida): 84-88 FB; 67-70 CB; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Justin Ruble (Tomball Memorial HS, Texas): 88-90 FB; mid-70s SL; CB; CU; Texas A&M commit; 6-5, 220 pounds
RHP Justin Stewart (Bartow HS, Florida): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good CB; South Florida commit; 6-2, 215 pounds
RHP Justin Tucker (Hazen HS, Washington): 85 FB; mid-70s SL; 6-0, 165 pounds
RHP Kain Kiser (East Surry HS, North Carolina): 87 FB; 6-3, 215 pounds
RHP Kerry Wright (Montverde Academy, Florida): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-82 SL, flashes above-average with plus upside; Louisville commit; 6-5, 235 pounds
RHP Kolby Kubichek (Bryan HS, Texas): 88-92 FB with sink; 73-77 CB; low-80s CU; Texas commit; 6-0, 165 pounds
RHP Kris Pirozzi (Lampeter-Strasburg HS, Pennsylvania): 85-89 FB; CB/SL; 5-11, 200 pounds
RHP Krishna Raj (Palm Beach Central HS, Florida): 85-86 FB; 69-71 CB; Tulane commit; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Kyle Hall (Coronado HS, Nevada): 86-89 FB; CB; BYU commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Kyle Iarrobino (Key West HS, Florida): 80-85 FB; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Kyle Luckham (El Dorado HS, California): 86-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average CU; average CB; Cal State Fullerton commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Kyle Mott (Fuquay-Varina HS, North Carolina): 86 FB; 6-3, 160 pounds
RHP Kyle Rich (Keller HS, Texas): 88-90 FB; CB; Dallas Baptist commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
RHP Landon Dorman (New Diana HS, Texas): 86-89 FB; CB; 6-3, 170 pounds
RHP Landon Marceaux (Destrehan HS, Louisiana): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average mid-70s CB; low-80s CU with plus upside; LSU commit; easy Nola comp; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Lane Flamm (New Richmond HS, Ohio): 90-93 FB; good 78-80 CB/SL; Xavier commit; 5-10, 150 pounds
RHP Levi Kelly (IMG Academy, Florida): 86-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-82 SL; 74-78 CB; 79-81 CU; LSU commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Lineras Torres (Beach HS, New York): 91-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 78-84 SL/CB, plus upside; 85-87 CU; 88 cut-SL; St. John’s commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Logan Jarosz (Eastern Alamance HS, North Carolina): 90-91 FB; SL; Georgia Tech commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Logan Whitaker (Ledford HS, North Carolina): 87-90 FB; 71-76 CB; North Carolina State commit; 6-5, 175 pounds
RHP Logan Wynalda (Hudsonville HS, Michigan): 85 FB; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP Luke Lamm (Plainfield East HS, Illinois): mid-80s FB; SL; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Luke Murphy (East Robertson HS, Tennessee): 92 FB; SL; 81 CU; Vanderbilt commit; 6-4, 170 pounds
RHP Luke Patzner (Urbandale HS, Iowa): 88-90 FB; SL; CU; Iowa commit; 6-3, 220 pounds
RHP Luke Tillman (Archbishop Mitty HS, California): 84-86 FB with sink; upper-70s CU; 74 SL
RHP Luke Ziegler (Valor Christian HS, Colorado): 84-87 FB; CB; SL; Pepperdine commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Lyon Richardson (Jensen Beach HS, Florida): 89-95 FB, 98 peak; 75-81 CB; Florida commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Makenzie Stills (Fayette County HS, Georgia): 89-93 FB; 82-84 SL; Vanderbilt commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP Marcelo Perez (Alexander HS, Texas): 88-93 FB; good upper-70s SL/CB; TCU commit; 5-11, 160 pounds
RHP Marcus Eusebio (Passaic HS, New Jersey): 87-91 FB; upper-60s CB; CU; Tennessee-Martin commit; 5-10, 170 pounds
RHP Mario Vargas (Burlingame HS, California): 85 FB; 78 SL; low-70s CB; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP Marty Neal (Garfield HS, Virginia): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 74-75 CB; 5-10, 155 pounds
RHP Mason Bryant (McCallum HS, Texas): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-79 CB/SL; good athlete; Texas commit; 6-5, 215 pounds
RHP Mason Englert (Forney HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; 75-77 CB, above-average upside; 80-81 SL, above-average upside; 77-79 CU; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 225 pounds
RHP Mason Meeks (Lake Dallas HS, Texas): 80-82 FB; 68-70 CB; 73-74 CU; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Mason Pelio (Rancho Bernardo HS, California): 86-91 FB, 93 peak; average CB; CU; Boston College commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP Matt Rudis (Madisonville HS, Texas): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 80-84 SL; good athlete; TCU commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Matt Taylor (Dobyns-Bennett HS, Tennessee): 85-87 FB; 78-79 CU; 72-75 CB/SL; 6-6, 225 pounds
RHP Matthew Dickey (North Florida Christian HS, Florida): 89-92 FB, 93 peak; CB; good athlete; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Matthew Semon (Don Bosco Prep, New York): 86 FB with sink; St. John’s commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Matthew Wyatt Beddow (IMG Academy, Florida): 86-92 FB; above-average 72-75 CB; Wake Forest commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Max Alba (Franklin HS, Wisconsin): 88-91 FB; North Carolina commit; 6-5, 190 pounds
RHP Micah Dallas (Texas): 87-91 FB with sink; good 82-84 SL; Texas Tech commit; 6-2, 215 pounds
RHP Michael Bacica (Windermere Prep, Florida): 91 FB; South Carolina commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Michael Burrows (Waterford HS, Connecticut): 90-93 FB; 71-73 CB; 80-83 SL; 84-85 CU; Connecticut commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Michael Caldwell (Dominion Christian HS, Georgia): 85-89 FB; 73 CB; deceptive; 6-2, 235 pounds
RHP Michael Gerwitz (Southwest Florida Christian Academy, Florida): upper-70s FB; CB; Southern Miss commit; 5-10, 155 pounds
RHP Michael Knorr (Carlsbad HS, California): 86-91 FB; 66-68 CB; Cal State Fullerton commit; 6-6, 215 pounds
RHP Michael Materetsky (Somerset Academy, Florida): 85-87 FB; 68-70 CB; 6-1, 175 pounds
RHP Mike Doherty (Middlesex HS, Massachusetts): 88-89 FB; 73-74 SL; Northwestern commit; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP Miller Pleimann (Fayetteville East HS, Arkansas): 88 FB; CB; CU; Wichita State commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
RHP Mitch Megias (Gahanna Lincoln HS, Ohio): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; upper-70s CB; low-80s SL; Notre Dame commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Nathan Price (Starrs Mill HS, Georgia): 85-88 FB; low-70s CU; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Nic McCay (Carlisle HS, Iowa): 88 FB; CB; CU; South Dakota State commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Nicholas Daniels (East Lake HS, Florida): 89 FB; CB; 6-4, 185 pounds
RHP Nick DeGennaro (Toms River East HS, New Jersey): 87-89 FB; SL; Stony Brook commit; 5-11, 160 pounds
RHP Nick Hohenstein (Christian Brothers Academy, New Jersey): 92 FB; La Salle commit; 6-1, 225 pounds
RHP Nick Love (Yulee HS, Florida): 85-89 FB; good SL; good CU; Jacksonville commit; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Nick Nastrini (Cathedral Catholic HS, California): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; 75-78 CB; good 80-82 CU; good athlete; UCLA commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Nick Pogue (Eau Gallie HS, Florida): 88-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; 80 CU; 77-81 CB, above-average upside; Florida commit; 6-5, 215 pounds
RHP Nick Schmidt (Wentzville Holt HS, Missouri): 87-91 FB, 93 peak; SL with plus upside; CB with plus upside; Missouri State commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Nick Swanson (Mt. Paran Christian HS, Georgia): 87-92 FB with sink; good 74-75 CB; Missouri commit; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP Nick Thwaits (Fort Recovery HS, Ohio): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 85 CU; 78-80 CB; Kent State commit; 6-1, 190 pounds
RHP Nicolas Yglesia-Rivero (Crockett HS, Texas): 86-88 FB; upper-70s SL; 5-8, 170 pounds
RHP Noah Owen (Cathedral Catholic HS, California): 85-88 FB; San Diego commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
RHP Nolan Daniel (West Laurens HS, Georgia): 86-88 FB; 78-80 SL; 6-4, 235 pounds
RHP Owen Langan (Xaverian Brothers HS, Massachusetts): 89 FB; 78 SL; Northeastern commit; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Owen Meaney (St. Thomas HS, Texas): 86-92 FB; average 80-84 CU; 75-79 CB; Texas commit; 6-5, 225 pounds
RHP Owen White (Carson HS, North Carolina): 85-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 75-80 CB; average or better 79-84 CU; 77-81 SL, above-average upside; plus athlete; South Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 175 pounds
RHP Peyton Maple (Great Oak HS, California): 82-84 FB; CB; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Phillip Dull (Chestnut Ridge HS, Pennsylvania): 89-93 FB; good mid-70s CB/SL; West Virginia commit; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Reese Olson (North Hall HS, Georgia): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; above-average CB; average 83 CU, flashes above-average; good athlete; Georgia Tech commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 160 pounds
RHP Regi Grace (Madison Central HS, Mississippi): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 73 SL; Mississippi State commit; 6-1, 215 pounds
RHP Reid Hendrickson (Edwardsville HS, Illinois): 86 FB; CB; SL; CU; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Rhett Daniel (Carrollton HS, Georgia): 86-88 FB; mid-70s CB; mid-70s CU; Coastal Carolina commit; 6-5, 180 pounds
RHP Richie Holetz (Edina HS, Minnesota): 87 FB; CB; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Ricky Mineo (Slippery Rock HS, Pennsylvania): 87 FB; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Riley Teevens (Thayer Academy, Massachusetts): 86 FB; 5-11, 170 pounds
RHP Riley Watkins (Chelsea HS, Alabama): 85-87 FB; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Robert Wegielnik (Cypress Lake HS, Florida): 87 FB; CB; SL; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP Ryan Bergert (Glenoak HS, Ohio): 86-89 FB; CB; West Virginia commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Ryan Cusick (Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS, Massachusetts): 90-94 FB, 97 peak; 79-81 SL/CB; 85 CU; Wake Forest commit; 6-6, 225 pounds
RHP Ryan Segner (Fredericksburg HS, Texas): 87-91 FB; 77 CB; Baylor commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Ryan Wimbush (Dwyer HS, Florida): 87-91 FB; CB; CU; Miami commit; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP Rye Gunter (Coppell HS, Texas): 89-92 FB, 93 peak; average 74-75 CB; LSU commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Sam Knowlton (Corner HS, Alabama): 90-94 FB; CB; Mississippi State commit; 6-7, 225 pounds
RHP Saul Gonzalez (Montverde Academy, Florida): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; Alabama State commit; 6-7, 225 pounds
RHP Sean Burke (St. John’s HS, Maryland): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; low-70s CB, average upside; CU; SL; Maryland commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP Sean Mullen (Stockdale HS, California): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-80 CB/SL; CU; plus athlete; UCLA commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Sen Kenneally (Phillips Exeter HS, North Carolina): 88 FB; good SL; 6-8, 200 pounds
RHP Shane Smith (Governor Dummer Academy, Massachusetts): 89-92 FB; 75 CB/SL; mid- to upper-70s CB; 83 SL; Wake Forest commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
RHP Simen Restad (Prior Lake HS, Minnesota): 87 FB; CB; CU; 6-2, 210 pounds
RHP Simeon Woods-Richardson, (Kempner HS, Texas): 88-93 FB with sink; 74-77 CB, plus upside; 78-82 SL; CU, plus upside; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Slade Cecconi (Trinity Prep HS, Florida): 90-94 FB with plus sink, 97 peak; mid-80s SL, plus upside; 76-80 CB; CU; Miami commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Spencer Arrighetti (Cinco Ranch HS, Texas): 87-89 FB; CU; TCU commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Spencer Cochran (Prosper HS, Texas): 84 FB; deceptive; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP Spencer Oliver (Hand HS, Connecticut): 90 FB; Tulane commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP Stephen Pelli (St. Mary’s HS, Maryland): 87-93 FB; good CU; CB; North Carolina commit; 6-0, 215 pounds
RHP Stephen Pelli (St. Mary’s HS, Maryland): 84-88 FB, 92 peak; plus CU; North Carolina commit; 6-0, 215 pounds
RHP Steven Colon (Sarasota HS, Florida): 86-91 FB; 76 CB; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Steven Walker (Milton Academy, Massachusetts): 91 FB; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP TA Crumbaugh (Franklin County HS, Kentucky): 84 FB; SL; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP Tommy Springer (Eastview HS, Minnesota): 87 FB; good CU; Missouri commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP Travis Hester (College Station HS, Texas): 86-88 FB; CB; CU; Arkansas commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Travis Lane (Phillips Academy, Massachusetts): 87-92 FB; CB/SL; CU; Boston College commit; 6-3, 220 pounds
RHP Trevor Rosenlicht (Commack HS, New York): 84 FB; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Trey Bostic (Midlothian Heritage HS, Texas): 87 FB; 5-11, 165 pounds
RHP Trey Robinson (Dacula HS, Georgia): upper-70s CB; average CB; 5-10, 170 pounds
RHP Tristan McDonough (Decatur HS, Maryland): Miami commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP Tristen Roehrich (West Fargo HS, North Dakota): 88 FB; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Tristin Lively (Las Cruces HS, New Mexico): 89-91 FB, 93 peak; 74-75 CB; 78 SL; 83-84 CU; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Troy Britt (Florida): 90 FB; CU; 6-0, 160 pounds
RHP Ty Madden (Cypress Ranch HS, Texas): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-85 CU, above-average upside; 79-81 CB/SL, plus upside; Texas commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Ty Rybarczyk (Hall HS, Illinois): mid-80s FB; CB; 5-9, 140 pounds
RHP Tyler Bassett (Etowah HS, Georgia): 86 FB; 6-1, 190 pounds
RHP Tyler Burchett (Red Lion Area HS, Pennsylvania): 89-92 FB; 81 SL; Kentucky commit; 6-6, 215 pounds
RHP Tyler Guilfoil (Lafayette HS, Kentucky): 83-86 FB; CB; good CU; Lipscomb commit; 6-4, 190 pounds
RHP Tyler Ingram (Copperas Cove HS, Texas): 86-90 FB; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP Tyler Jarrett (Tunstall HS, Virginia): 88-92 FB; Cornell commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP Tyler Lewis (West Des Moines HS, Iowa): 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; good 81 SL; 6-4, 225 pounds
RHP Tyler O’Clair (Calera HS, Alabama): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; CB, above-average upside; CU; UAB commit; 6-5, 185 pounds
RHP Tyler Olah (Lawton Chiles HS, Florida): 89-91 FB; 70 CB; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Tyler Ras (Middletown North HS, New Jersey): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-82 CU; SL; CB; Alabama commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP Tyler Thornton (Santa Fe Christian HS, California): 85-89 FB; CU; St. Mary’s commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Tyler Woessner (Pinnacle HS, Arizona): 89-91 FB with sink; mid-70s CB/SL; Arizona State commit; 6-4, 225 pounds
RHP Tyrin Pacheco (Hobbs HS, New Mexico): 87-90 FB; 80 SL; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP Victor Vodnik (Rialto HS, California): 91-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 82-87 SL, flashes above-average with plus upside; 87-88 cutter; Cal State Northridge commit; 5-11, 175 pounds
RHP Wade Beasley (Hortio HS, Arkansas): 90-94 FB; 81 CB; Arkansas commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
RHP Wesley Sweatt (Northwestern HS, South Carolina): 91 FB; South Carolina commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP Will Christophersen (Pleasant Valley HS, Iowa): 87-91 FB; CB; 76-77 SL; Michigan State commit; 6-4, 185 pounds
RHP Will Gambino (Paul VI Catholic HS, New Jersey): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; 75-78 CB, flashes above-average; Kentucky commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP Will Glock (Loyola-Blakefield HS, Maryland): 83-87 FB; Maryland commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP Will Ohme (Newsome HS, Florida): mid-80s FB; good SL; North Florida commit; 6-3, 180 pounds
RHP Will Pfennig (William Mason HS, Ohio): 86-91 FB; CB; Ohio State commit; 6-0, 150 pounds
RHP Will Ripoll (John Curtis Christian HS, Louisiana): 86-91 FB; average 77-80 CB; plus command; LSU commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP William Duncan (Richardson HS, Texas): 88-90 FB; 70-76 CB; 6-5, 200 pounds
RHP William Pawlosky (Mercer Island HS, Washington): 82 FB; upper-60s CB; CU; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP Wyatt Olds (McLoud HS, Oklahoma): 92 FB; Oklahoma commit; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP Yeankarlos Lleras (Leadership Christian Academy, Puerto Rico): 88-94 FB with sink; mid-70s CB; 80-81 CU; 75-76 SL; FIU commit; 6-0, 165 pounds
RHP Yomil Maysonet (PJ Educational HS, Puerto Rico): 90-91 FB with sink; average 78-82 SL; Miami-Dade commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
RHP Zach Messinger (Castle HS, Indiana): 86-88 FB; CB; Virginia commit; 6-6, 200 pounds
RHP Zach Stephenson (Cypress Falls HS, Texas): 84-87 FB; mid-70s CB/SL; 6-7, 190 pounds
RHP Zach Young (Sebastian River HS, Florida): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average 78-79 CB/SL; South Alabama commit; 6-1, 160 pounds
RHP Zach Zdimal (Notre Dame Prep, Arizona): 87 FB; 77 SL/CB; 73 CU; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP Zachary Ottinger (Lassiter HS, Georgia): 87-89 FB; low-80s SL; West Virginia commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
RHP Zack Hunsicker (Howell HS, Missouri): 85-90 FB; good 75-78 CB/SL; low-80s CU; Central Florida commit; 6-5, 220 pounds
RHP/1B Angel Tiburcio (Trinity Christian HS, Florida): 88-93 FB; above-average 79-82 SL; plus raw power; FIU commit; 6-3, 210 pounds
RHP/1B Christian Scott (Calvary Christian Academy, Florida): 88-94 FB; 78-82 SL; 75-78 CU; 71-75 CB; Florida commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP/1B Grant Holman (Eastlake HS, California): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; 78-80 CU flashes above-average; mid-70s CB; plus raw power; California commit; 6-6, 210 pounds
RHP/1B Grayson Rodriguez (Central Heights HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 97-98 peak; 78-81 SL; 72-74 CB; Texas A&M commit; 6-5, 230 pounds
RHP/1B Trae Harmon (Somerset HS, Kentucky): 89-91 FB; good approach; Kentucky commit; 6-4, 225 pounds
RHP/1B Troy Balko (Sunrise Mountain HS, Arizona): 85-89 FB; 75-77 SL; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP/1B Zachary Nash (Choctawhatchee HS, Florida): 87 FB; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP/2B William Bowdoin (Glynn Academy, Georgia): 85-87 FB; good CB; plus speed; steady glove; Mercer commit; 5-8, 165 pounds
RHP/3B Bayden Root (Kokomo HS, Indiana): 88-91 FB; good defender; South Carolina commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Carter Raffield (Bleckley County HS, Georgia): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; 85 CU with plus upside; above-average 78-81 CB; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds
RHP/3B Colten Panaranto (Roncalli HS, Indiana): 90-94 FB; 78 SL; Michigan State commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Davis Sharpe (Mill Creek HS, Georgia): 88-91 FB; above-average to plus mid-70s SL/CB; low-80s CU; Clemson commit; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Francois Castillo (Clemente Community Academy, Illinois): 93 FB; CB; Eastern Illinois commit; 6-0, 210 pounds
RHP/3B Jaden Hill (Ashdown HS, Arkansas): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average upper-70s CB/SL; 78-82 CU flashes plus; plus athlete; LSU commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds
RHP/3B Jake Lufft (Blue Springs HS, Missouri): 85-90 FB; low-80s CU; mid-70s CB; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Jake Moberg (Vista Murrieta HS, California): 85-90 FB, 91 peak; UCLA commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
RHP/3B Jonny Cuevas (Palm Desert HS, California): 93 FB; SL; USC commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP/3B Lane McMaster (Hargrave HS, Texas): 88 FB; SL; 5-10, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Luke Mann (St. John Vianney HS, Missouri): 88-90 FB; good mid-70s CB/SL; Missouri commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Owen Sharts (Simi Valley HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 74-77 CB, average upside; average 81-83 CU; Nevada commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP/3B Roberto Pena (Flanagan HS, Florida): 88-93 FB; above-average arm; Florida commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Ryan Miller (Fleetwood HS, Pennsylvania): 85-90 FB; CB; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP/3B Scott Youngbrandt (Andrew HS, Illinois): 86-90 FB; CB; low-80s CU; RHH; St. Louis commit; 6-0, 175 pounds
RHP/C Caleb Lanoux (Fleming Island HS, Georgia): CB; deceptive; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP/C Cameron Johnson (Copperas Cove HS, Texas): 85-89 FB; CU; 74 CB; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP/C Dawson Woods (Corsica HS, Texas): 90-91 FB; 74-77 CB; 6-0, 200 pounds
RHP/C Jeremy Hassel (Tesoro HS, California): 86-89 FB; 68-72 CB; 6-4, 200 pounds
RHP/C Mason Denaburg (Merritt Island HS, Florida): 90-94 FB, 97 peak; plus upper-70s CB; low-80s CU; SL; Florida commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP/C Tyler Burton (Labelle HS, Florida): 79-82 FB; 64 CB; 6-1, 170 pounds
RHP/OF Alejandro Diaz De Villegas (Coral Reef HS, Florida): 85 FB; SL
RHP/OF Carson Crowe (American Christian Academy, Alabama): 90 FB; good athlete; Jacksonville State commit; 6-3, 220 pounds
RHP/OF Garret Misoe (Adairsville HS, Georgia): 86-87 FB; good SL; RHH; 6-4, 190 pounds
RHP/OF Joseph Charles (First Academy, Florida): North Carolina commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
RHP/OF Kameron Marshall (Redan HS, Georgia): 88 FB; above-average CB; LHH; Alcorn State commit; 5-11, 165 pounds
RHP/OF Matthew Boase (Tomball Memorial HS, Texas): 83-86 FB; 74-75 CB; 6-1, 185 pounds
RHP/OF Nick O’Day (Bishop Shanahan HS, Pennsylvania): low-90s FB; good athlete; RHH; TCU commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP/OF Peyton Bourque (North Fort Myers HS, Florida): 6-1, 225 pounds
RHP/OF Preston Schumacher (Timber Creek HS, Florida): 86-89 FB; 74-75 CB; 5-10, 175 pounds
RHP/OF Ryan Bush (Barnegat HS, New Jersey): 83 FB; 6-2, 170 pounds
RHP/OF Taj Bradley (Redan HS, Georgia): 90-92 FB, 93 peak; great athlete; power upside; young for class; RHH; 6-2, 215 pounds
RHP/OF William English (Western International HS, Michigan): 88-93 FB, 95 peak; mid-70s SL; good athlete; plus speed; RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-3, 185 pounds
RHP/SS Chase Wilkerson (Headland HS, Alabama): 86-91 FB; low-80s CU; mid-70s CB; Florida State commit; 6-0, 180 pounds
RHP/SS Connor Norby (East Forsyth HS, North Carolina): 89 FB; good upper-70s SL; East Carolina commit; 5-10, 165 pounds
RHP/SS Dalton Ponce (Etiwanda HS, California): 83-86 FB; mid-70s CB/SL; CU; St. Mary’s commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP/SS Hueston Morrill (Suwannee HS, Florida): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; mid-80s CU; above-average low-80s SL; good athlete; good defensive tools; strong arm; Oklahoma State commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
RHP/SS Jacob Maton (Glenwood HS, Illinois): Coastal Carolina commit; 6-3, 170 pounds
RHP/SS John Kelly (Rutherford HS, New Jersey): 87-93 FB; SL; Oklahoma State commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
RHP/SS Kam’Ron Emmanuel Mays-Hunt (Bentonville HS, Arkansas): 89-91 FB; upper-70s CB; Arkansas commit; 6-0, 175 pounds
RHP/SS Kevin Madden (St. Paul’s HS, Maryland): Virginia Tech commit; 6-1, 200 pounds
RHP/SS Levi Shuck (Canterbury HS, Florida): 84-86 FB; CB; Florida Gulf Coast commit; 6-0, 160 pounds
RHP/SS Logan Clayton (New Smyrna Beach HS, Florida): 92 FB; North Florida commit; 6-4, 180 pounds
RHP/SS Mason Nadolney (Minnetonka HS, Minnesota): 86 FB; CB; Jacksonville commit; 6-4, 210 pounds
RHP/SS Seth Halvorsen (Heritage Christian Academy, Minnesota): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; average 74-78 CB; 79-81 SL; 78 CU; good athlete; above-average speed; plus arm; Missouri commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP/SS Shay Schanaman (Grand Island Senior HS, Nebraska): 84-88 FB; 76-78 SL; RHH; Nebraska commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
RHP/SS Spencer Schwellenbach (Heritage HS, Michigan): 88-93 FB, 95 peak; mid-70s CB; 80 SL; 78-84 CU; above-average arm; RHH; Nebraska commit; 6-0, 190 pounds
RHP/SS Sterling Hayes (Parker HS, California): upper-80s FB; Vanderbilt commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
RHP/SS Tanner Kohlhepp (Memorial HS, Wisconsin): 87-91 FB, 93 peak; 77-80 SL; Tennessee commit; 6-2, 170 pounds
RHP/SS Zack Prajzner (San Marcos HS, California): upper-80s FB; Notre Dame commit; 5-11, 180 pounds

2018 MLB Draft – Middle Infielders

Alabama A&M rSR SS JT O’Reel: 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .268/.325/.332 – 17 BB/6 K – 2/8 SB – 205 AB) (2018: .333/.405/.484 – 20 BB/11 K – 7/8 SB – 186 AB)
Alabama JR 2B/SS Cobie Vance: good glove; good speed; good approach; can also play 3B; plus athlete; 5-8, 180 pounds (2016: .258/.345/.329 – 25 BB/27 K – 2/5 SB – 225 AB) (2017: .298/.362/.361 – 23 BB/22 K – 2/4 SB – 205 AB) (2018: .293/.401/.431 – 36 BB/27 K – 7/11 SB – 225 AB)
Alabama SR 2B/SS Chandler Avant: good speed; sneaky pop; good athlete; steady glove; 5-11, 175 pounds (2015: .266/.324/.298 – 17 BB/42 K – 11/14 SB – 248 AB) (2016: .278/.319/.406 – 7 BB/14 K – 5/6 SB – 133 AB) (2017: .286/.341/.394 – 12 BB/31 K – 6/12 SB – 231 AB) (2018: .295/.401/.411 – 29 BB/30 K – 2/6 SB – 207 AB)
Albany JR 2B/RHP Pat Lagravinese: 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .209/.368/.253 – 23 BB/6 K – 0/3 SB – 91 AB) (2017: .279/.395/.372 – 26 BB/17 K – 6/10 SB – 129 AB) (2018: .305/.429/.401 – 36 BB/32 K – 3/9 SB – 167 AB)
Arkansas JR SS Jax Biggers: good hit tool; good speed; good athlete; good glove; average arm; 5-11, 180 pounds (2017: .338/.423/.498 – 30 BB/30 K – 3/4 SB – 213 AB) (2018: .286/.394/.406 – 33 BB/25 K – 7/7 SB – 175 AB)
Arkansas rSR 2B/3B Carson Shaddy: good athlete; quick bat; above-average defender at both spots, especially third (plus?); average arm; average speed; good approach; can also play C, 1B, and CF; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 5-11, 185 pounds (2015: .337/.427/.517 – 9 BB/26 K – 1/2 SB – 89 AB) (2016: .332/.400/.521 – 23 BB/52 K – 5/9 SB – 211 AB) (2017: .279/.383/.450 – 26 BB/61 K – 6/11 SB – 222 AB) (2018: .340/.439/.636 – 22 BB/49 K – 3/5 SB – 162 AB)
Army JR 2B Josh White: good defender; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .258/.359/.358 – 16 BB/41 K – 10/14 SB – 159 AB) (2017: .256/.376/.386 – 19 BB/35 K – 12/15 SB – 176 AB) (2018: .289/.367/.396 – 21 BB/39 K – 6/17 SB – 197 AB)
Austin Peay State SR 2B Garrett Giovannelli: 6-0, 170 pounds (2017: .310/.390/.388 – 28 BB/28 K – 9/13 SB – 232 AB) (2018: .362/.437/.560 – 31 BB/23 K – 20/26 SB – 232 AB)
Baylor JR 2B/SS Josh Bissonette: good defender; average arm; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .236/.366/.312 – 29 BB/21 K – 1/4 SB – 157 AB) (2017: .272/.370/.322 – 26 BB/25 K – 2/2 SB – 180 AB) (2018: .262/.370/.437 – 27 BB/32 K – 2/3 SB – 183 AB)
Baylor SR SS/2B Tucker Cascadden: strong arm; can also play 3B; 5-10, 185 pounds (2017: .264/.326/.350 – 14 BB/25 K – 2/6 SB – 163 AB) (2018: .231/.297/.330 – 8 BB/22 K – 4/5 SB – 91 AB)
Belmont SR SS Kyle Conger: 5-11, 165 pounds (2016: .294/.389/.421 – 23 BB/44 K – 23/25 SB – 197 AB) (2017: .286/.367/.380 – 24 BB/38 K – 5/8 SB – 234 AB) (2018: .303/.408/.478 – 30 BB/43 K – 10/10 SB – 201 AB)
Bethune-Cookman JR SS/2B Nate Sterijevski: strong arm; 5-10, 175 pounds (2017: .310/.376/.458 – 15 BB/21 K – 3/5 SB – 155 AB) (2018: .325/.430/.433 – 29 BB/26 K – 8/11 SB – 194 AB)
Binghamton SR SS Paul Rufo: good glove; 5-10, 200 pounds (2016: .306/.390/.412 – 20 BB/22 K – 5/7 SB – 170 AB) (2017: .347/.398/.505 – 6 BB/13 K – 3/3 SB – 95 AB) (2018: .232/.345/.333 – 26 BB/28 K – 6/7 SB – 168 AB)
Boston College SR 2B/3B Jake Palomaki: steady glove; good speed; can also play SS; 5-10, 170 pounds (2015: .289/.447/.373 – 46 BB/23 K – 15/23 SB – 166 AB) (2016: .258/.400/.300 – 42 BB/37 K – 19/26 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .281/.446/.391 – 31 BB/21 K – 7/9 SB – 128 AB) (2018: .315/.421/.445 – 34 BB/18 K – 19/21 SB – 200 AB)
Bucknell SR SS Luke Johnson: steady glove; 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: .282/.363/.412 – 19 BB/14 K – 3/4 SB – 170 AB) (2018: .294/.367/.387 – 20 BB/18 K – 0/2 SB – 163 AB)
Butler rSR SS/2B Michael Hartnagel: good athlete; 5-9, 160 pounds (2016: .319/.364/.414 – 13 BB/36 K – 2/3 SB – 210 AB) (2017: .328/.405/.464 – 24 BB/25 K – 3/9 SB – 192 AB) (2018: .293/.400/.393 – 32 BB/39 K – 10/11 SB – 191 AB)
Cal Poly JR 2B/SS Kyle Marinconz: 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: .284/.347/.360 – 20 BB/32 K – 0/2 SB – 225 AB) (2017: .273/.328/.400 – 17 BB/42 K – 2/3 SB – 220 AB) (2018: .305/.395/.438 – 31 BB/41 K – 3/4 SB – 226 AB)
Cal State Fullerton JR 2B Hank LoForte: average to above-average speed; good glove; average arm; 5-6, 165 pounds (2016: .253/.321/.320 – 8 BB/9 K – 1/2 SB – 75 AB) (2017: .247/.314/.325 – 16 BB/27 K – 3/4 SB – 154 AB) (2018: .341/.397/.431 – 17 BB/28 K – 4/6 SB – 211 AB)
Cal State Northridge rSR 2B/SS Alvaro Rubalcaba: good speed; good glove; 5-8, 165 pounds (2017: .299/.425/.437 – 32 BB/20 K – 16/19 SB – 174 AB) (2018: .232/.302/.300 – 20 BB/54 K – 8/11 SB – 220 AB)
Campbell SR 2B Christian Jones: 6-1, 215 pounds (2017: .210/.278/.352 – 13 BB/56 K – 1/4 SB – 176 AB) (2018: .266/.358/.564 – 22 BB/56 K – 4/6 SB – 218 AB)
Central Connecticut State SR 2B Dean Lockery: 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: .276/.337/.337 – 16 BB/28 K – 4/7 SB – 163 AB) (2016: .344/.423/.402 – 28 BB/21 K – 2/6 SB – 209 AB) (2017: .330/.459/.473 – 52 BB/18 K – 6/8 SB – 224 AB) (2018: .331/.443/.459 – 36 BB/22 K – 6/7 SB – 172 AB)
Central Florida JR 2B Matthew Mika: plus speed; 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: .261/.313/.329 – 7 BB/31 K – 4/6 SB – 161 AB) (2017: .278/.344/.339 – 17 BB/37 K – 25/27 SB – 227 AB) (2018: .276/.365/.373 – 30 BB/39 K – 27/33 SB – 217 AB)
Central Florida JR SS Brandon Hernandez: good defender; 5-10, 180 pounds (2018: .206/.363/.256 – 28 BB/30 K – 12/14 SB – 160 AB)
Chipola JC SO SS/2B Morgan McCullough: Oregon transfer; LHH; 5-9, 175 pounds (2018: .381/.471/.566 – 39 BB/36 K – 8/10 SB – 226 AB)
Cincinnati SR 2B Kyle Mottice: 6-0, 175 pounds (2015: .233/.283/.284 – 10 BB/26 K – 7/8 SB – 176 AB) (2016: .278/.329/.351 – 15 BB/28 K – 13/21 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .191/.284/.265 – 17 BB/23 K – 6/6 SB – 136 AB) (2018: .329/.430/.421 – 28 BB/32 K – 20/23 SB – 216 AB)
Cincinnati SR SS Manny Rodriguez: good glove; 5-10, 165 pounds (2015: .223/.278/.283 – 12 BB/58 K – 5/9 SB – 184 AB) (2016: .219/.283/.305 – 14 BB/38 K – 7/12 SB – 187 AB) (2017: .242/.297/.331 – 6 BB/22 K – 4/4 SB – 124 AB) (2018: .292/.374/.589 – 21 BB/56 K – 6/11 SB – 192 AB)
Clemson rJR SS/2B Grayson Byrd: strong defensive tools; above-average speed; can also play 3B; LSU transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: .289/.350/.350 – 16 BB/44 K – 3/4 SB – 180 AB) (2018: .241/.301/.447 – 10 BB/34 K – 3/5 SB – 141 AB)
College of Charleston JR 2B/SS Dupree Hart: plus athlete; plus speed; good approach; average arm; can also play 3B and CF; 5-7, 170 pounds (2016: .314/.443/.414 – 38 BB/25 K – 10/13 SB – 191 AB) (2017: .235/.332/.298 – 35 BB/33 K – 10/15 SB – 238 AB) (2018: .326/.402/.434 – 24 BB/21 K – 15/21 SB – 221 AB)
Coppin State JR SS Erik Crossman: (2016: .184/.271/.196 – 20 BB/33 K – 4/7 SB – 179 AB) (2017: .140/.224/.140 – 4 BB/12 K – 3/5 SB – 43 AB) (2018: .276/.366/.343 – 15 BB/18 K – 2/2 SB – 134 AB)
Cornell SR 2B/SS Ryan Krainz: 5-8, 155 pounds (2017: .369/.478/.454 – 28 BB/16 K – 7/12 SB – 130 AB) (2018: .310/.389/.348 – 21 BB/28 K – 11/14 SB – 158 AB)
Creighton JR 2B/SS Jack Strunc: steady glove; Washington State transfer; 6-0, 190 pounds (2018: .274/.326/.386 – 11 BB/30 K – 2/6 SB – 197 AB)
Dartmouth JR 2B Sean Sullivan: 5-9, 180 pounds (2018: .340/.456/.388 – 29 BB/17 K – 4/6 SB – 147 AB)
Duke JR SS/2B Zack Kone: good approach; power upside; steady glove; above-average to plus speed (average); average to above-average arm (below-average); can also play 3B; TJ survivor; RHH; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .272/.319/.319 – 12 BB/34 K – 5/10 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .291/.345/.359 – 16 BB/34 K – 12/18 SB – 234 AB) (2018: .280/.340/.418 – 18 BB/36 K – 5/6 SB – 232 AB)
Duke SR 2B/SS Max Miller: plus defender; average speed; can also play 3B; 5-11, 170 pounds (2015: .266/.370/.281 – 20 BB/17 K – 5/8 SB – 128 AB) (2016: .232/.296/.268 – 16 BB/23 K – 10/11 SB – 194 AB) (2017: .237/.363/.299 – 30 BB/26 K – 12/14 SB – 194 AB) (2018: .264/.374/.315 – 19 BB/32 K – 10/11 SB – 178 AB)
East Carolina JR 2B/SS Brady Lloyd: good speed; can also play 3B and OF; 5-9, 175 pounds (2017: .257/.333/.286 – 3 BB/5 K – 2/3 SB – 35 AB) (2018: .322/.384/.405 – 15 BB/36 K – 16/17 SB – 205 AB)
East Carolina JR SS Turner Brown: really good glove; good arm; average speed; BHH; 5-9, 160 pounds (2016: .281/.379/.352 – 21 BB/32 K – 9/12 SB – 199 AB) (2017: .263/.366/.359 – 28 BB/20 K – 10/13 SB – 198 AB) (2018: .232/.332/.339 – 22 BB/26 K – 8/13 SB – 168 AB)
East Tennessee State rSR SS/RHP Chris Cook: power upside; good speed; can also play 3B; 6-1, 195 pounds (2014: .269/.341/.387 – 19 BB/25 K – 6/6 SB – 186 AB) (2015: .338/.389/.474 – 19 BB/27 K – 8/13 SB – 228 AB) (2016: .351/.385/.541 – 1 BB/5 K – 2/5 SB – 37 AB) (2017: .350/.424/.550 – 28 BB/41 K – 19/23 SB – 260 AB) (2018: .364/.444/.548 – 24 BB/29 K – 5/8 SB – 217 AB)
Elon JR SS/2B Ryne Ogren: good approach; steady defender; strong arm; 5-11, 185 pounds (2016: .292/.404/.406 – 28 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .350/.411/.498 – 20 BB/31 K – 3/3 SB – 223 AB) (2018: .338/.451/.457 – 44 BB/21 K – 6/6 SB – 219 AB)
Florida JR SS/2B Deacon Liput: above-average hit tool; above-average to plus speed; average at best arm; steady glove, plus upside at 2B; good athlete; D1 comp: Nolan Fontana; LHH; 5-10, 190 pounds (2016: .270/.363/.398 – 34 BB/44 K – 13/17 SB – 241 AB) (2017: .216/.311/.288 – 31 BB/59 K – 12/18 SB – 222 AB) (2018: .301/.384/.492 – 23 BB/38 K – 7/10 SB – 183 AB)
Florida State JR SS Mike Salvatore: steady glove; average arm; above-average speed; good athlete; 6-0, 180 pounds (2018: .244/.333/.298 – 28 BB/20 K – 8/12 SB – 238 AB)
Gardner-Webb SR 2B/OF Mickey Dugan: 5-10, 180 pounds (2017: .270/.319/.373 – 15 BB/45 K – 14/21 SB – 204 AB) (2018: .318/.407/.482 – 32 BB/48 K – 13/16 SB – 220 AB)
George Mason SR 2B Michael Smith: 6-2, 185 pounds (2015: .315/.399/.359 – 20 BB/37 K – 8/10 SB – 181 AB) (2016: .241/.364/.307 – 32 BB/45 K – 5/9 SB – 199 AB) (2017: .248/.384/.338 – 35 BB/28 K – 4/4 SB – 222 AB) (2018: .307/.393/.413 – 22 BB/21 K – 6/9 SB – 150 AB)
George Washington SR 2B/RHP Robbie Metz: plus-plus speed; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .306/.358/.347 – 13 BB/17 K – 19/27 SB – 196 AB) (2016: .252/.292/.303 – 12 BB/29 K – 9/12 SB – 218 AB) (2017: .339/.379/.424 – 11 BB/21 K – 13/18 SB – 224 AB) (2018: .309/.340/.432 – 12 BB/34 K – 24/29 SB – 243 AB)
Georgetown SR 2B Jake Bernstein: 5-10, 180 pounds (2017: .290/.377/.332 – 26 BB/24 K – 5/7 SB – 217 AB) (2018: .310/.413/.425 – 31 BB/37 K – 8/13 SB – 200 AB)
Georgia State SR SS/2B Justin Jones: steady glove; above-average speed; average at best arm; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .297/.379/.373 – 20 BB/37 K – 3/6 SB – 212 AB) (2016: .290/.369/.344 – 18 BB/24 K – 4/5 SB – 186 AB) (2017: .275/.365/.375 – 22 BB/33 K – 6/9 SB – 200 AB) (2018: .302/.412/.468 – 30 BB/33 K – 7/9 SB – 205 AB)
Georgia Tech rSO SS/OF Carter Hall: plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; can also play 2B; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .294/.400/.431 – 9 BB/11 K – 3/4 SB – 51 AB) (2018: .300/.318/.650 – 1 BB/6 K – 0/1 SB – 20 AB)
Georgia Tech SR 2B/SS Wade Bailey: good glove; 5-9, 180 pounds (2015: .255/.312/.335 – 15 BB/16 K – 5/7 SB – 200 AB) (2016: .310/.371/.408 – 22 BB/25 K – 8/9 SB – 255 AB) (2017: .347/.420/.538 – 27 BB/30 K – 6/9 SB – 236 AB) (2018: .339/.420/.430 – 29 BB/23 K – 9/11 SB – 230 AB)
Grambling State rSR SS/OF Marshawn Taylor: good defender; Eastern Illinois transfer; 5-10, 150 pounds (2017: .402/.477/.471 – 29 BB/20 K – 16/22 SB – 204 AB) (2018: .402/.469/.449 – 25 BB/13 K – 20/24 SB – 214 AB)
Hawaii JR SS/2B Maaki Yamazaki: 6-0, 185 pounds (2018: .325/.409/.408 – 26 BB/13 K – 2/7 SB – 191 AB)
High Point JR SS Conner Dunbar: steady glove; 6-1, 180 pounds (2017: .225/.333/.260 – 23 BB/53 K – 6/8 SB – 169 AB) (2018: .257/.378/.366 – 37 BB/51 K – 5/8 SB – 191 AB)
High Point SR 2B Hunter Lee: steady glove; 5-9, 175 pounds (2015: .230/.337/.321 – 22 BB/24 K – 7/9 SB – 165 AB) (2016: .295/.373/.396 – 28 BB/26 K – 14/16 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .278/.373/.439 – 24 BB/25 K – 8/11 SB – 180 AB) (2018: .338/.460/.531 – 42 BB/37 K – 5/9 SB – 213 AB)
Houston rSR 2B/3B Connor Hollis: steady glove; 5-10, 175 pounds (2014: .321/.415/.358 – 9 BB/16 K – 1/2 SB – 106 AB) (2016: .294/.377/.350 – 17 BB/22 K – 2/5 SB – 180 AB) (2017: .266/.387/.369 – 30 BB/31 K – 5/5 SB – 203 AB) (2018: .291/.397/.410 – 29 BB/38 K – 5/6 SB – 227 AB)
Houston SR SS Cooper Coldiron: steady glove; plus arm; good speed; 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: .245/.355/.283 – 8 BB/10 K – 4/4 SB – 53 AB) (2018: .189/.281/.214 – 26 BB/40 K – 18/23 SB – 206 AB)
Illinois State JR SS Owen Miller: 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .328/.368/.498 – 14 BB/50 K – 2/2 SB – 235 AB) (2017: .325/.351/.498 – 13 BB/44 K – 6/7 SB – 249 AB) (2018: .384/.433/.537 – 18 BB/23 K – 8/10 SB – 229 AB)
Indiana SR 2B/RHP Matt Lloyd: good hit tool; good athlete; average speed; can also play 1B and 3B; TJ survivor; 90-92 FB with sink; average SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .301/.393/.554 – 28 BB/60 K – 1/4 SB – 193 AB) (2017: 5.57 K/9 – 1.67 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 2.23 ERA) (2018: .275/.359/.450 – 29 BB/51 K – 2/4 SB – 222 AB) (2018: 8.59 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 22.0 IP – 1.23 ERA)
Iona JR 2B Sean Breen: 5-10, 170 pounds (2016: .291/.395/.394 – 29 BB/13 K – 3/5 SB – 175 AB) (2017: .276/.378/.339 – 19 BB/21 K – 1/1 SB – 127 AB (2018: .324/.405/.541 – 14 BB/12 K – 0/0 SB – 111 AB)
Iowa JR 2B Mitch Boe: good glove; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .190/.338/.207 – 13 BB/13 K – 2/2 SB – 58 AB) (2017: .244/.323/.315 – 23 BB/28 K – 5/7 SB – 197 AB) (2018: .266/.352/.351 – 20 BB/30 K – 7/10 SB – 154 AB)
Jacksonville State SR 2B Clayton Daniel: steady glove; FAVORITE; 5-7, 170 pounds (2015: .327/.414/.413 – 30 BB/20 K – 8/10 SB – 223 AB) (2016: .372/.443/.480 – 34 BB/13 K – 7/10 SB – 250 AB) (2017: .328/.393/.393 – 21 BB/20 K – 8/14 SB – 247 AB) (2018: .325/.397/.443 – 28 BB/10 K – 10/14 SB – 255 AB)
Kennesaw State SR 2B Grant Williams: FAVORITE; 5-10, 175 pounds (2015: .299/.359/.341 – 10 BB/11 K – 8/8 SB – 167 AB) (2016: .294/.357/.368 – 18 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 201 AB) (2017: .307/.378/.362 – 21 BB/16 K – 6/12 SB – 218 AB) (2018: .304/.397/.458 – 29 BB/13 K – 2/5 SB – 214 AB)
Kennesaw State SR 2B/OF Lee Solomon: average at best speed; strong; good athlete; power upside; 5-10, 200 pounds (2016: .370/.471/.498 – 36 BB/47 K – 25/33 SB – 227 AB) (2017: .243/.358/.352 – 31 BB/46 K – 23/29 SB – 210 AB) (2018: .286/.411/.549 – 21 BB/29 K – 15/18 SB – 133 AB)
Kent State JR 2B/OF Pavin Parks: 6-0, 200 pounds (2018: .285/.459/.529 – 52 BB/46 K – 5/8 SB – 172 AB)
Kentucky JR SS Trey Dawson: good hit tool; above-average arm; good range; average to above-average speed; plus athlete; LSU transfer; PG comp: Brandon Loy; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds (2017*: .276/.418/.489 – 37 BB/51 K – 3/6 SB – 174 AB) (2018: .280/.416/.399 – 39 BB/50 K – 7/7 SB – 168 AB)
Kentucky SR 2B/3B Luke Becker: steady glove; good approach; average speed; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: .241/.330/.318 – 21 BB/33 K – 4/6 SB – 170 AB) (2017: .287/.422/.467 – 37 BB/42 K – 7/10 SB – 167 AB) (2018: .286/.410/.466 – 37 BB/45 K – 10/15 SB – 206 AB)
Kirkwood JC SO SS/OF Korry Howell: great athlete; average arm; plus to plus-plus speed; annual Roman Quinn comp; 6-2, 180 pounds (2018: .401/.483/.572 – 30 BB/44 K – 40/49 SB – 222 AB)
La Salle SR 2B/RHP Austin Constantini: can also play SS; 5-10, 170 pounds (2017: .304/.380/.357 – 21 BB/21 K – 5/10 SB – 171 AB) (2017: 7.59 K/9 – 3.25 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 2.16 ERA) (2018: .298/.378/.356 – 24 BB/18 K – 7/11 SB – 225 AB) (2018: 10.04 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 6.94 ERA)
Lehigh SR 2B/OF Chris Kersey: can also play SS; 5-10 (2017: .315/.429/.509 – 19 BB/15 K – 4/8 SB – 108 AB) (2018: .335/.435/.451 – 31 BB/26 K – 10/13 SB – 173 AB)
Lehigh SR SS/OF James Bleming: above-average glove; strong arm; good speed; 6-0 (2015: .214/.291/.286 – 10 BB/31 K – 2/2 SB – 98 AB) (2016: .311/.370/.447 – 17 BB/46 K – 6/10 SB – 190 AB) (2017: .268/.362/.400 – 23 BB/43 K – 8/12 SB – 190 AB) (2018: .256/.348/.360 – 24 BB/46 K – 12/12 SB – 172 AB)
Liberty rJR 2B/3B Dylan Allen: LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds (2014: .258/.395/.331 – 25 BB/19 K – 1/4 SB – 124 AB) (2015: .125/.333/.125 – 4 BB/3 K – 0/0 SB – 16 AB) (2016: .258/.395/.258 – 5 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 31 AB) (2017: .219/.432/.219 – 12 BB/9 K – 0/0 SB – 32 AB) (2018: .240/.408/.353 – 47 BB/38 K – 1/3 SB – 204 AB)
Liberty rSO 2B/3B Jonathan Embry: 5-11, 180 pounds (2017: .080/.410/.080 – 11 BB/5 K – 1/2 SB – 25 AB) (2018: .239/.395/.438 – 44 BB/30 K – 9/11 SB – 201 AB)
Long Beach State JR 2B/SS Jarren Duran: plus speed; good athlete; good glove; could be tried in CF; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: .272/.373/.346 – 30 BB/32 K – 13/23 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .308/.375/.393 – 18 BB/47 K – 19/26 SB – 224 AB) (2018: .302/.380/.392 – 21 BB/32 K – 17/19 SB – 222 AB)
Long Beach State JR OF/LHP Clayton Andrews: CF range; good speed; good athlete; 87-90 FB; good 75-77 CU; 73-75 SL/CB; 5-6, 160 pounds (2018: .302/.382/.377 – 25 BB/6 K – 13/19 SB – 215 AB) (2018: 10.66 K/9 – 1.54 BB/9 – 99.2 IP – 1.99 ERA)
Louisiana Tech rSR SS Dalton Skelton (2017): plus glove; good arm; 5-9, 180 pounds (2017: .255/.384/.342 – 29 BB/32 K – 5/5 SB – 184 AB) (2018: .301/.391/.490 – 26 BB/30 K – 7/10 SB – 239 AB)
Louisville JR 2B/3B Devin Mann: power upside; good athlete; average defender; average speed; average at best arm; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .303/.414/.404 – 15 BB/21 K – 1/1 SB – 89 AB) (2017: .268/.363/.434 – 32 BB/50 K – 9/9 SB – 235 AB) (2018: .303/.446/.504 – 59 BB/45 K – 15/18 SB – 228 AB)
Maine JR SS Jeremy Pena: average power; good athlete; good defensive tools; above-average to plus speed; plus arm; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .283/.336/.356 – 17 BB/38 K – 11/14 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .319/.371/.491 – 11 BB/43 K – 9/10 SB – 226 AB) (2018: .308/.393/.469 – 27 BB/42 K – 10/11 SB – 211 AB)
Maryland JR 2B/OF Nick Dunn: above-average hit tool; above-average raw power; plus approach; average at best speed; average at best glove; average at best arm; FAVORITE; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .300/.382/.392 – 25 BB/25 K – 3/3 SB – 227 AB) (2017: .261/.345/.384 – 28 BB/23 K – 8/8 SB – 245 AB) (2018: .330/.419/.561 – 32 BB/19 K – 3/7 SB – 212 AB)
Maryland JR SS/3B AJ Lee: good glove; plus arm; good speed; good athlete; upper-80s FB; 6-0, 175 pounds (2016: .172/.273/.241 – 4 BB/9 K – 0/0 SB – 29 AB) (2017: .307/.389/.474 – 15 BB/48 K – 15/18 SB – 192 AB) (2018: .232/.375/.296 – 36 BB/51 K – 12/18 SB – 203 AB)
McNeese State SR 2B Joe Provenzano: good hit tool; good approach; good glove; 5-11, 190 pounds (2015: .310/.419/.374 – 26 BB/32 K – 5/10 SB – 171 AB) (2016: .271/.355/.390 – 26 BB/46 K – 9/17 SB – 210 AB) (2017: .336/.437/.498 – 30 BB/48 K – 4/8 SB – 211 AB) (2018: .336/.428/.488 – 31 BB/38 K – 1/6 SB – 217 AB)
Memphis rJR 2B Cale Hennemann: steady glove; Eastern Illinois transfer; 5-9, 175 pounds (2018: .299/.422/.353 – 29 BB/25 K – 3/5 SB – 187 AB)
Mercer JR 2B Brandon Michie: 6-1, 200 pounds (2018: .388/.509/.682 – 28 BB/30 K – 4/5 SB – 129 AB)
Michigan JR 2B/SS Ako Thomas: good speed; good athlete; good approach; really good glove; 5-8, 160 pounds (2017: .354/.462/.396 – 28 BB/19 K – 23/28 SB – 164 AB) (2018: .272/.371/.328 – 28 BB/19 K – 15/17 SB – 180 AB)
Michigan State JR SS Royce Ando: average arm; good glove; 5-11, 190 pounds (2016: .197/.252/.255 – 10 BB/18 K – 1/2 SB – 137 AB) (2017: .281/.353/.368 – 16 BB/42 K – 8/11 SB – 171 AB) (2018: .286/.333/.310 – 4 BB/5 K – 5/6 SB – 42 AB)
Minnesota JR SS/2B Terrin Vavra: good hit tool; above-average raw power; plus speed; steady glove; above-average arm; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: .358/.398/.467 – 8 BB/18 K – 0/1 SB – 120 AB) (2017: .308/.369/.418 – 18 BB/30 K – 7/9 SB – 201 AB) (2018: .385/.458/.620 – 29 BB/17 K – 8/9 SB – 200 AB)
Minnesota SR 2B/SS Luke Pettersen: steady defender; 5-11, 185 pounds (2016: .281/.343/.302 – 9 BB/6 K – 2/5 SB – 96 AB) (2017: .354/.411/.395 – 17 BB/22 K – 1/4 SB – 195 AB) (2018: .333/.415/.414 – 29 BB/22 K – 13/16 SB – 222 AB)
Mississippi State JR 2B/3B Hunter Stovall: good athlete; great glove; plus speed; strong arm; good approach; good defensive tools; can also play SS and C; 5-7, 165 pounds (2017: .288/.345/.375 – 12 BB/28 K – 4/5 SB – 160 AB) (2018: .324/.365/.445 – 20 BB/31 K – 10/11 SB – 238 AB)
Missouri State JR SS/3B Jeremy Eierman: above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; steady glove who is a lock to stay on the left side (plus upside at 3B); good athlete; similar prospect to India in many ways; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .296/.336/.504 – 12 BB/67 K – 6/6 SB – 230 AB) (2017: .313/.431/.675 – 41 BB/61 K – 17/19 SB – 243 AB) (2018: .292/.383/.533 – 25 BB/45 K – 20/23 SB – 212 AB)
Morehead State JR SS/2B Reid Leonard: good athlete; strong arm; good glove; can also play 3B; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: .347/.400/.401 – 19 BB/17 K – 2/2 SB – 222 AB) (2017: .328/.424/.435 – 39 BB/26 K – 2/3 SB – 253 AB) (2018: .344/.468/.464 – 55 BB/27 K – 2/5 SB – 250 AB)
Morehead State SR 2B/SS Braxton Morris: good hit tool; plus glove; strong arm; good speed; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: .305/.396/.390 – 17 BB/27 K – 4/6 SB – 177 AB) (2016: .252/.346/.387 – 15 BB/36 K – 5/6 SB – 155 AB) (2017: .364/.437/.516 – 15 BB/33 K – 3/7 SB – 225 AB) (2018: .367/.443/.547 – 32 BB/26 K – 6/10 SB – 267 AB)
Mount St. Mary’s JR SS Patrick Causa: 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: .216/.274/.294 – 12 BB/31 K – 3/4 SB – 153 AB) (2017: .287/.376/.374 – 26 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 174 AB) (2018: .316/.400/.511 – 30 BB/34 K – 2/4 SB – 190 AB)
Murray State JR SS Jaron Robinson: strong arm; good defensive tools; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .255/.350/.325 – 22 BB/33 K – 5/6 SB – 157 AB) (2017: .325/.410/.426 – 26 BB/36 K – 11/14 SB – 209 AB) (2018: .246/.330/.385 – 23 BB/27 K – 7/8 SB – 179 AB)
Nebraska JR SS/3B Angelo Altavilla: 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .211/.348/.211 – 4 BB/4 K – 1/1 SB – 19 AB) (2017: .316/.407/.406 – 30 BB/53 K – 2/3 SB – 212 AB) (2018: .228/.354/.352 – 30 BB/27 K – 6/8 SB – 162 AB)
New Jersey Tech JR SS Justin Etts: good defender; 5-10, 180 pounds (2017: .288/.340/.390 – 11 BB/24 K – 4/8 SB – 177 AB) (2018: .272/.319/.356 – 8 BB/23 K – 9/10 SB – 202 AB)
New Mexico rJR 2B/RHP Hayden Schilling: 93 FB; good CB; 5-10, 180 pounds (2015: .250/.341/.316 – 10 BB/13 K – 2/5 SB – 76 AB) (2017: .317/.415/.422 – 24 BB/25 K – 8/14 SB – 161 AB) (2018: .348/.453/.461 – 27 BB/19 K – 4/8 SB – 178 AB)
Niagara JR SS Greg Cullen: 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .305/.363/.394 – 20 BB/24 K – 10/14 SB – 153 AB) (2017: .341/.414/.451 – 19 BB/12 K – 7/15 SB – 182 AB) (2018: .458/.556/.655 – 38 BB/22 K – 13/15 SB – 177 AB)
North Carolina Central SR SS Dominic Cuevas: 5-11, 175 pounds (2017: .255/.404/.388 – 34 BB/25 K – 8/8 SB – 165 AB) (2018: .285/.393/.380 – 20 BB/31 K – 13/16 SB – 179 AB)
North Carolina Greensboro SR SS Tripp Shelton: above-average speed; strong arm; steady glove; good approach; 5-11, 160 pounds (2015: .252/.314/.367 – 12 BB/25 K – 4/5 SB – 139 AB) (2016: .357/.428/.543 – 13 BB/21 K – 9/9 SB – 129 AB) (2017: .314/.387/.480 – 24 BB/36 K – 3/4 SB – 223 AB) (2018: .287/.374/.463 – 19 BB/36 K – 10/13 SB – 188 AB)
North Carolina JR 2B/3B Kyle Datres: plus arm strength (average); plus bat speed; above-average power; average to above-average speed, plays up; good approach; plus athlete; strong; can also play SS; 88-92 FB; good CB/SL; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .250/.384/.375 – 27 BB/28 K – 6/6 SB – 152 AB) (2017: .265/.391/.422 – 29 BB/45 K – 4/7 SB – 230 AB) (2018: .339/.430/.487 – 30 BB/33 K – 10/12 SB – 230 AB)
North Carolina SR 2B/3B Zack Gahagan: good athlete; plus power upside; quick bat; good defensive tools; strong arm; average at best speed; can also play 1B and SS; RHH; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: .216/.291/.294 – 14 BB/32 K – 3/3 SB – 153 AB) (2016: .297/.391/.439 – 22 BB/29 K – 1/1 SB – 148 AB) (2017: .243/.366/.386 – 33 BB/51 K – 6/8 SB – 210 AB) (2018: .259/.360/.363 – 30 BB/46 K – 3/4 SB – 201 AB)
North Carolina State SR 2B/SS Stephen Pitarra: versatile defender, stands out at second; good athlete; average speed; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .291/.376/.347 – 24 BB/29 K – 2/3 SB – 199 AB) (2017: .265/.375/.323 – 31 BB/26 K – 1/6 SB – 189 AB) (2018: .278/.464/.361 – 22 BB/13 K – 2/2 SB – 72 AB)
Northeastern JR 2B/3B Charlie McConnell: plus speed; good athlete; can also play OF; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .289/.371/.379 – 25 BB/28 K – 26/28 SB – 190 AB) (2017: .273/.360/.402 – 20 BB/42 K – 13/19 SB – 209 AB) (2018: .341/.421/.466 – 30 BB/29 K – 37/42 SB – 232 AB)
Northwestern JR SS Jack Dunn: steady glove; plus to plus-plus speed; 6-2, 185 pounds (2016: .258/.344/.315 – 23 BB/36 K – 7/14 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .231/.333/.264 – 24 BB/34 K – 11/17 SB – 212 AB) (2018: .314/.399/.381 – 17 BB/30 K – 21/24 SB – 194 AB)
Notre Dame JR 2B/SS Cole Daily: good approach; good speed; good athlete; can also play 3B; 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: .239/.352/.348 – 7 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 46 AB) (2017: .244/.315/.294 – 20 BB/47 K – 12/17 SB – 197 AB) (2018: .268/.339/.379 – 24 BB/43 K – 14/19 SB – 224 AB)
Ohio State JR 2B/SS Kobie Foppe: steady defender; 5-10, 170 pounds (2018: .344/.444/.396 – 31 BB/27 K – 8/10 SB – 192 AB)
Oklahoma SR 2B Kyle Mendenhall: strong glove; plus arm; power upside; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .230/.306/.264 – 8 BB/17 K – 4/6 SB – 87 AB) (2016: .183/.283/.233 – 13 BB/29 K – 5/7 SB – 120 AB) (2017: .232/.324/.354 – 19 BB/46 K – 2/6 SB – 181 AB) (2018: .308/.349/.401 – 14 BB/37 K – 4/5 SB – 227 AB)
Oklahoma State rSR 2B/3B Andrew Rosa: good speed; power upside; good athlete; 6-1, 190 pounds (2014: .243/.349/.351 – 6 BB/11 K – 2/2 SB – 37 AB) (2016: .257/.388/.286 – 10 BB/14 K – 3/5 SB – 70 AB) (2017: .211/.305/.346 – 11 BB/30 K – 7/10 SB – 133 AB) (2018: .289/.411/.414 – 17 BB/33 K – 4/4 SB – 128 AB)
Oral Roberts SR SS Nick Roark: quick bat; good defensive tools; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .287/.376/.340 – 14 BB/18 K – 5/5 SB – 94 AB) (2016: .277/.357/.387 – 25 BB/41 K – 3/6 SB – 235 AB) (2017: .307/.418/.404 – 35 BB/39 K – 12/15 SB – 225 AB) (2018: .318/.404/.436 – 30 BB/35 K – 7/9 SB – 236 AB)
Oregon State JR 2B/SS Nick Madrigal: plus hit tool; average power upside; plus speed; average or better arm, stretched at SS; great approach; BA comps: Pedroia/Bregman; Fitt comp: Jose Altuve; PG comp: Pedroia; FAVORITE; 5-8, 160 pounds (2016: .333/.380/.456 – 15 BB/14 K – 8/10 SB – 195 AB) (2017: .380/.449/.532 – 27 BB/16 K – 16/20 SB – 237 AB) (2018: .403/.464/.573 – 12 BB/5 K – 9/9 SB – 124 AB)
Oregon State JR SS Cadyn Grenier: good approach; above-average to plus speed; steady glove; above-average to plus arm (average); average to above-average power upside; can also play 3B; PG comp: Darwin Barney; D1 comps: Ryan Theriot and Danny Espinosa; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds (2016: .240/.342/.311 – 22 BB/34 K – 1/4 SB – 167 AB) (2017: .275/.393/.435 – 35 BB/47 K – 6/11 SB – 200 AB) (2018: .330/.419/.471 – 28 BB/43 K – 8/9 SB – 221 AB)
Penn State JR 2B Connor Klemann: good hit tool; power upside; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .260/.345/.286 – 6 BB/17 K – 1/1 SB – 77 AB) (2017: .129/.250/.194 – 4 BB/10 K – 1/1 SB – 31 AB) (2018: .234/.343/.345 – 27 BB/39 K – 5/6 SB – 171 AB)
Pittsburgh rJR SS Liam Sabino: above-average speed; good glove; good athlete; Vanderbilt transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .240/.231/.320 – 0 BB/7 K – 2/2 SB – 25 AB) (2016: .302/.400/.419 – 3 BB/9 K – 4/4 SB – 43 AB) (2018: .286/.396/.595 – 36 BB/79 K – 18/22 SB – 210 AB)
Presbyterian JR 2B/3B Jonathan White: 6-0, 200 pounds (2018: .358/.441/.519 – 23 BB/37 K – 2/5 SB – 212 AB)
Princeton SR SS Asher Lee-Tyson: good glove; 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: .247/.337/.260 – 10 BB/14 K – 2/4 SB – 73 AB) (2016: .268/.352/.331 – 15 BB/11 K – 3/3 SB – 127 AB) (2017: .264/.361/.384 – 17 BB/22 K – 2/2 SB – 125 AB) (2018: .274/.389/.306 – 16 BB/14 K – 2/2 SB – 124 AB)
Purdue SR SS/2B Harry Shipley: good glove; good speed; 5-9, 165 pounds (2015: .274/.404/.296 – 26 BB/43 K – 4/7 SB – 186 AB) (2016: .178/.347/.204 – 22 BB/23 K – 7/7 SB – 152 AB) (2017: .266/.405/.337 – 23 BB/48 K – 24/31 SB – 199 AB) (2018: .286/.408/.365 – 27 BB/34 K – 13/20 SB – 203 AB)
Radford rJR 2B Kyle Butler: 5-9, 170 pounds (2017: .308/.344/.392 – 11 BB/43 K – 8/9 SB – 227 AB) (2018: .264/.362/.342 – 28 BB/28 K – 11/15 SB – 231 AB)
Radford rSO SS/RHP Colby Higgerson: good glove; strong arm; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: .267/.312/.330 – 11 BB/36 K – 6/8 SB – 206 AB) (2018: .254/.356/.335 – 31 BB/55 K – 10/15 SB – 209 AB)
Rice JR SS/2B Ford Proctor: steady glove; average arm; average speed; above-average power upside; good approach; LHH; FAVORITE (2016: .336/.428/.471 – 34 BB/29 K – 6/9 SB – 223 AB) (2017: .311/.408/.450 – 39 BB/38 K – 4/6 SB – 238 AB) (2018: .346/.431/.515 – 37 BB/46 K – 2/4 SB – 237 AB)
Richmond SR SS Vinny Capra: 5-9, 160 pounds (2017: .355/.420/.488 – 21 BB/25 K – 5/10 SB – 211 AB) (2018: .327/.435/.485 – 35 BB/29 K – 9/11 SB – 202 AB)
Saint Louis JR 2B/SS Cole Dubet: good glove; strong arm; 5-9, 170 pounds (2016: .241/.313/.308 – 14 BB/28 K – 2/2 SB – 195 AB) (2017: .274/.355/.384 – 14 BB/25 K – 4/6 SB – 164 AB) (2018: .303/.375/.428 – 14 BB/26 K – 7/10 SB – 201 AB)
Saint Louis SR SS Alex King: steady glove; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .291/.381/.363 – 23 BB/38 K – 3/5 SB – 182 AB) (2016: .260/.337/.288 – 16 BB/28 K – 1/3 SB – 177 AB) (2017: .294/.376/.503 – 26 BB/38 K – 5/10 SB – 197 AB) (2018: .287/.388/.569 – 33 BB/49 K – 12/15 SB – 209 AB)
Sam Houston State JR 2B/SS Trey Ochoa: plus speed; good defensive tools; good athlete; average power upside; average at best arm; Texas Tech transfer; 5-7, 160 pounds (2016: .212/.313/.235 – 11 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 85 AB) (2017*: .362/.464/.556 – 37 BB/33 K – 18/22 SB – 196 AB) (2018: .261/.348/.325 – 22 BB/42 K – 8/11 SB – 157 AB)
San Diego State SR SS/RHP David Hensley: strong arm; good defender; power upside; can play literally everywhere but C; 89-91 FB; 6-6, 185 pounds (2015: .257/.338/.343 – 6 BB/29 K – 1/3 SB – 70 AB) (2016: .276/.327/.323 – 14 BB/39 K – 6/8 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .357/.409/.486 – 17 BB/35 K – 7/8 SB – 210 AB) (2018: .314/.384/.415 – 27 BB/35 K – 6/8 SB – 236 AB)
San Francisco rSR SS Michael Perri: 6-2, 210 pounds (2017: .312/.374/.460 – 15 BB/24 K – 6/11 SB – 215 AB) (2018: .336/.382/.547 – 13 BB/20 K – 9/15 SB – 232 AB)
Seminole State JC SO SS/RHP Gunnar Halter: 95 FB; good CB, plus upside; good athlete; plus arm; average speed; 6-3, 175 pounds (2018: .394/.508/.829 – 45 BB/39 K – 29/31 SB – 193 AB)
Seton Hall SR SS Al Molina: good athlete; Coastal Carolina transfer; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .231/.333/.333 – 11 BB/22 K – 1/3 SB – 78 AB) (2017: .254/.324/.365 – 19 BB/48 K – 2/5 SB – 189 AB) (2018: .314/.376/.490 – 21 BB/53 K – 5/8 SB – 194 AB)
South Carolina SR SS Justin Row: steady glove; average speed; 5-7, 185 pounds (2017: 290/.388/.464 – 7 BB/10 K – 1/1 SB – 69 AB) (2018: .346/.407/.531 – 15 BB/27 K – 0/0 SB – 162 AB)
South Carolina SR SS/3B Madison Stokes: above-average arm; steady glove; average speed; power upside; can also play 2B; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: .207/.233/.256 – 3 BB/24 K – 0/0 SB – 82 AB) (2016: .304/.371/.382 – 7 BB/29 K – 5/6 SB – 102 AB) (2017: .224/.312/.339 – 15 BB/41 K – 3/6 SB – 165 AB) (2018: .329/.420/.587 – 26 BB/39 K – 1/3 SB – 167 AB)
South Florida JR 2B JD Dutka: 5-7, 185 pounds (2018: .308/.392/.439 – 27 BB/25 K – 0/3 SB – 198 AB)
South Florida JR 2B/3B David Villar: plus raw power; strong arm; good athlete; strong; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .239/.305/.390 – 19 BB/62 K – 0/0 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .294/.421/.453 – 41 BB/62 K – 0/0 SB – 214 AB) (2018: .379/.473/.670 – 28 BB/54 K – 1/1 SB – 206 AB)
South Florida JR SS/2B Coco Montes: steady glove; plus speed; average arm; average power upside; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .218/.287/.264 – 17 BB/49 K – 0/1 SB – 197 AB) (2017: .293/.358/.394 – 23 BB/39 K – 2/4 SB – 246 AB) (2018: .332/.400/.475 – 19 BB/46 K – 7/10 SB – 223 AB)
Southeast Missouri State rJR 2B/SS Trevor Ezell: above-average to plus speed; power upside; good athlete; can also play 3B; BHH; 5-8, 200 pounds (2015: .313/.423/.484 – 41 BB/47 K – 11/17 SB – 246 AB) (2016: .326/.458/.446 – 53 BB/45 K – 23/25 SB – 242 AB) (2017: .276/.333/.483 – 3 BB/4 K – 3/3 SB – 29 AB) (2018: .377/.442/.558 – 25 BB/38 K – 11/17 SB – 231 AB)
Southern JR SS/3B Franky Montesino: good glove; good speed; 5-7, 175 pounds (2016: .205/.352/.216 – 11 BB/7 K – 0/2 SB – 88 AB) (2017: .136/.333/.136 – 10 BB/8 K – 1/1 SB – 44 AB) (2018: .312/.505/.312 – 21 BB/17 K – 4/7 SB – 77 AB)
St. Bonaventure JR 2B/SS Mike Magnanti: good defender; good approach; 5-7, 165 pounds (2018: .321/.422/.359 – 22 BB/21 K – 6/6 SB – 156 AB)
St. John’s JR 2B/3B Josh Shaw: great athlete; above-average speed; can also play SS; 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: .297/.312/.367 – 7 BB/15 K – 7/9 SB – 229 AB) (2017: .288/.350/.384 – 16 BB/18 K – 2/3 SB – 219 AB) (2018: .309/.359/.406 – 12 BB/11 K – 2/6 SB – 217 AB)
St. John’s rSR SS/RHP Luke Stampfl: Fordham transfer; 6-3, 210 pounds (2014: .206/.294/.299 – 12 BB/16 K – 2/2 SB – 97 AB) (2014: 7.87 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 7 IP – 3.37 ERA) (2016: 5.63 K/9 – 2.25 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 7.88 ERA) (2017: .313/.375/.513 – 14 BB/23 K – 2/3 SB – 150 AB) (2018: .333/.396/.490 – 23 BB/40 K – 0/0 SB – 198 AB)
St. Mary’s rJR 2B/OF Eddie Haus: average hit tool; good approach; above-average arm; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .265/.298/.368 – 8 BB/26 K – 4/4 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .335/.398/.520 – 24 BB/23 K – 1/2 SB – 221 AB) (2018: .271/.316/.314 – 13 BB/23 K – 3/4 SB – 210 AB)
Stanford JR SS/2B Nico Hoerner: really good defensive tools, plus upside at SS with continued reps; above-average arm; good athlete; above-average to plus speed (average); average power; good approach; 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: .254/.298/.311 – 13 BB/29 K – 1/3 SB – 209 AB) (2017: .307/.357/.406 – 15 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 251 AB) (2018: .348/.394/.493 – 19 BB/21 K – 14/18 SB – 221 AB)
Stanford SR SS/2B Beau Branton: 5-7, 175 pounds (2015: .220/.306/.256 – 20 BB/11 K – 2/4 SB – 168 AB) (2016: .300/.364/.300 – 2 BB/3 K – 0/1 SB – 20 AB) (2017: .371/.448/.440 – 19 BB/24 K – 2/5 SB – 159 AB)
Stony Brook SR 2B/SS Bobby Honeyman: can also play C and 3B; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .257/.331/.318 – 17 BB/16 K – 1/1 SB – 148 AB) (2016: .277/.344/.362 – 20 BB/21 K – 3/3 SB – 188 AB) (2017: .267/.333/.360 – 14 BB/19 K – 1/3 SB – 150 AB) (2018: .336/.387/.479 – 17 BB/7 K – 8/13 SB – 211 AB)
Tennessee Tech JR 2B John Ham: 5-10, 190 pounds (2018: .335/.442/.615 – 38 BB/39 K – 0/0 SB – 221 AB)
Tennessee Tech rSR SS David Garza: 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .295/.374/.471 – 24 BB/49 K – 7/10 SB – 210 AB) (2017: .293/.382/.377 – 32 BB/36 K – 10/10 SB – 239 AB) (2018: .308/.400/.574 – 34 BB/42 K – 3/4 SB – 237 AB)
Texas A&M JR 2B/OF Michael Helman: above-average speed; above-average defender; RHH; 6-1, 190 pounds (2018: .369/.452/.520 – 28 BB/29 K – 12/14 SB – 244 AB)
Texas A&M JR SS/3B George Janca: plus raw power; good speed; really good glove at both spots; strong arm; 6-2, 190 pounds (2016: .231/.294/.269 – 7 BB/22 K – 1/3 SB – 78 AB) (2017: .261/.309/.416 – 12 BB/58 K – 3/4 SB – 226 AB) (2018: .234/.283/.326 – 10 BB/43 K – 2/3 SB – 175 AB)
Texas JR 2B/3B Kody Clemens: good hit tool; good speed; good athlete; strong arm; can also play SS; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .242/.306/.386 – 16 BB/44 K – 4/5 SB – 215 AB) (2017: .241/.356/.365 – 29 BB/32 K – 2/2 SB – 170 AB) (2018: .341/.431/.687 – 34 BB/41 K – 4/6 SB – 217 AB)
Texas JR SS/2B Masen Hibbeler: good athlete; good speed; above-average defensive tools; 6-0, 185 pounds (2018: .268/.364/.395 – 31 BB/53 K – 13/15 SB – 220 AB)
Texas Southern rSR 2B/SS Gaundencio Lucca: 5-10, 180 pounds (2017: .314/.460/.549 – 38 BB/37 K – 11/13 SB – 175 AB) (2018: .385/.496/.610 – 29 BB/38 K – 25/29 SB – 195 AB)
Texas State JR 2B Jonathan Ortega: (2016: .286/.336/.413 – 17 BB/27 K – 7/10 SB – 252 AB) (2017: .339/.410/.502 – 27 BB/23 K – 22/27 SB – 239 AB) (2018: .280/.361/.403 – 29 BB/23 K – 13/16 SB – 236 AB)
Texas State SR SS Luke Sherley: 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: .185/.318/.208 – 22 BB/34 K – 2/4 SB – 130 AB) (2016: .261/.329/.335 – 15 BB/26 K – 4/8 SB – 218 AB) (2017: .291/.420/.363 – 39 BB/28 K – 11/13 SB – 182 AB) (2018: .297/.386/.457 – 33 BB/32 K – 17/21 SB – 219 AB)
Texas Tech SR 2B/SS Michael Davis: plus defender; good approach; good athlete; 6-1, 210 pounds (2015: .252/.304/.336 – 8 BB/32 K – 0/3 SB – 107 AB) (2016: .268/.346/.384 – 29 BB/66 K – 6/7 SB – 250 AB) (2017: .269/.358/.446 – 19 BB/49 K – 3/4 SB – 175 AB) (2018: .294/.386/.543 – 29 BB/61 K – 3/5 SB – 197 AB)
Towson JR SS/2B Richard Palacios: plus-plus speed; above-average raw power; average at best arm; can also play OF; great athlete; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .329/.415/.480 – 29 BB/22 K – 32/41 SB – 225 AB) (2017: .338/.417/.502 – 22 BB/18 K – 19/21 SB – 213 AB) (2018: .301/.457/.515 – 52 BB/16 K – 25/26 SB – 196 AB)
Troy SR SS Matt Sanders: good athlete; good glove; 5-8, 175 pounds (2015: .247/.294/.379 – 10 BB/35 K – 7/8 SB – 182 AB) (2016: .317/.381/.407 – 18 BB/18 K – 3/4 SB – 167 AB) (2017: .303/.380/.412 – 25 BB/20 K – 15/19 SB – 238 AB) (2018: .378/.463/.538 – 44 BB/33 K – 26/34 SB – 262 AB)
UC Davis JR 2B Caleb Van Blake: 6-0, 190 pounds (2017: .258/.300/.392 – 6 BB/15 K – 5/5 SB – 120 AB) (2018: .264/.333/.398 – 17 BB/22 K – 2/5 SB – 201 AB)
UC Riverside rSR SS Colby Schultz: 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .277/.350/.397 – 19 BB/26 K – 3/5 SB – 184 AB) (2017: .296/.372/.408 – 25 BB/23 K – 3/7 SB – 223 AB)
UC Santa Barbara JR 2B/SS Tevin Mitchell: above-average speed; good defensive tools; good approach; 6-1, 170 pounds (2016: .250/.300/.297 – 5 BB/21 K – 2/6 SB – 64 AB) (2017: .173/.232/.308 – 4 BB/17 K – 1/1 SB – 52 AB) (2018: .333/.458/.410 – 14 BB/13 K – 8/10 SB – 78 AB)
UC Santa Barbara rJR SS Clay Fisher: really good glove, flashes plus; average to above-average arm pre-surgery; good athlete; good approach; average to above-average speed; TJ survivor; 6-1, 185 pounds (2015: .240/.295/.296 – 11 BB/33 K – 5/9 SB – 179 AB) (2016: .285/.332/.377 – 15 BB/32 K – 14/19 SB – 239 AB) (2017: .200/.250/.382 – 3 BB/12 K – 0/1 SB – 55 AB) (2018: .294/.338/.425 – 12 BB/28 K – 13/16 SB – 221 AB)
UNC Asheville JR SS/2B Carmine Pagano: 5-9, 170 pounds (2016: .246/.303/.322 – 13 BB/27 K – 1/2 SB – 171 AB) (2017: .224/.286/.274 – 12 BB/40 K – 6/7 SB – 201 AB) (2018: .259/.338/.422 – 18 BB/22 K – 5/8 SB – 205 AB)
Vanderbilt JR 2B/SS Ethan Paul: average or better hit tool; good approach; average to above-average glove; average raw power; average to above-average speed; average arm; LHH; 5-10, 185 pounds (2016: .305/.406/.485 – 22 BB/47 K – 9/13 SB – 167 AB) (2017: .251/.336/.412 – 18 BB/47 K – 5/7 SB – 199 AB) (2018: .236/.354/.429 – 26 BB/60 K – 16/17 SB – 212 AB)
Vanderbilt JR SS/3B Connor Kaiser: plus athlete; above-average to plus glove; plus arm (average); average to above-average speed; good approach; power upside; RHH; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: .261/.362/.311 – 14 BB/22 K – 3/5 SB – 119 AB) (2017: .222/.316/.284 – 25 BB/44 K – 4/4 SB – 194 AB) (2018: .284/.387/.398 – 30 BB/47 K – 12/14 SB – 201 AB)
Virginia Commonwealth JR SS Zac Ching: plus arm; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .229/.341/.300 – 10 BB/22 K – 2/2 SB – 70 AB) (2017: .286/.360/.391 – 25 BB/54 K – 2/2 SB – 220 AB) (2018: .266/.368/.349 – 21 BB/36 K – 7/8 SB – 169 AB)
Virginia JR 2B/SS Andy Weber: good athlete; average speed; steady glove; can also play 3B; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .269/.314/.323 – 6 BB/10 K – 0/0 SB – 93 AB) (2017: .278/.349/.396 – 20 BB/25 K – 4/5 SB – 187 AB) (2018: .344/.415/.536 – 22 BB/32 K – 4/4 SB – 209 AB)
Wagner rSR 2B/SS Nick Mascelli: good glove; good speed; good approach; FAVORITE; 5-8, 175 pounds (2014: .293/.392/.317 – 27 BB/23 K – 5/12 SB – 205 AB) (2015: .304/.409/.372 – 29 BB/17 K – 4/6 SB – 191 AB) (2016: .374/.414/.472 – 14 BB/11 K – 2/6 SB – 195 AB) (2018: .280/.364/.445 – 23 BB/29 K – 8/9 SB – 218 AB)
Wake Forest JR 2B Jake Mueller: steady glove; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: .250/.333/.250 – 2 BB/6 K – 0/0 SB – 16 AB) (2017: .345/.413/.430 – 24 BB/36 K – 6/9 SB – 258 AB) (2018: .303/.420/.360 – 43 BB/30 K – 18/25 SB – 228 AB)
Wake Forest rJR SS/2B Bruce Steel: power upside; above-average speed; strong arm; steady glove; can also play 3B; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .167/.241/.269 – 7 BB/19 K – 1/1 SB – 78 AB) (2017: .264/.383/.533 – 35 BB/62 K – 5/7 SB – 182 AB) (2018: .179/.361/.214 – 6 BB/8 K – 1/1 SB – 28 AB)
Walters State JC rSO SS Hunter Wolfe: plus speed; above-average to plus arm; average power; plus athlete; impressive defensive tools; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds (2018: .419/.519/.643 – 35 BB/35 K – 41/46 SB – 210 AB)
Washington JR SS/2B AJ Graffanino: quick bat; above-average to plus speed; really good defensive tools; plus arm; good athlete; D1 comp: Ernie Clement; 6-3, 180 pounds (2017: .269/.302/.335 – 10 BB/30 K – 3/5 SB – 197 AB) (2018: .349/.429/.442 – 11 BB/6 K – 4/6 SB – 86 AB)
Washington SR 2B Levi Jordan: plus defense; good speed; average arm; 5-8, 175 pounds (2017: .279/.335/.351 – 13 BB/13 K – 1/3 SB – 154 AB) (2018: .298/.364/.500 – 18 BB/25 K – 5/7 SB – 208 AB)
Washington State JR SS Andres Alvarez: very good glove; good approach; strong arm; good athlete; RHH (2017: .308/.381/.374 – 24 BB/29 K – 6/9 SB – 195 AB) (2018: .263/.335/.376 – 20 BB/32 K – 5/6 SB – 205 AB)
West Virginia JR 2B Kyle Gray: good athlete; average speed; good defender; good arm; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016 .270/.360/.339 – 24 BB/41 K – 10/13 SB – 174 AB) (2017: .260/.393/.407 – 44 BB/59 K – 9/17 SB – 204 AB) (2018: .374/.462/.677 – 34 BB/41 K – 10/14 SB – 198 AB)
West Virginia rJR SS/2B Jimmy Galusky: steady glove; average arm; good speed; 6-3, 180 pounds (2016: .282/.330/.367 – 13 BB/41 K – 3/5 SB) (2017: .244/.329/.350 – 22 BB/56 K – 8/12 SB – 197 AB) (2018: .253/.332/.412 – 18 BB/45 K – 13/18 SB – 194 AB)
Western Michigan JR SS Connor Smith: above-average to plus speed; good athlete; (2016: .336/.363/.379 – 7 BB/13 K – 12/20 SB – 211 AB) (2017: .339/.394/.480 – 14 BB/25 K – 8/10 SB – 221 AB) (2018: .338/.403/.455 – 20 BB/30 K – 8/13 SB – 198 AB)
Wichita State JR 2B/OF Luke Ritter: average raw power; good approach; average to above-average speed; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .272/.372/.373 – 23 BB/32 K – 2/4 SB – 169 AB) (2017: .223/.348/.349 – 26 BB/47 K – 0/0 SB – 166 AB) (2018: .341/.420/.484 – 24 BB/43 K – 6/6 SB – 223 AB)
Winthrop SR 2B/3B Mitch Spires: strong arm; can also play SS; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: .274/.339/.322 – 13 BB/25 K – 3/7 SB – 146 AB) (2016: .286/.319/.371 – 9 BB/33 K – 4/8 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .345/.406/.468 – 21 BB/39 K – 5/7 SB – 220 AB) (2018: .321/.383/.525 – 19 BB/40 K – 11/14 SB – 221 AB)
Xavier JR SS/2B Chris Givin: 6-2, 185 pounds (2016: .293/.384/.408 – 19 BB/34 K – 9/10 SB – 174 AB) (2017: .302/.395/.389 – 25 BB/26 K – 4/7 SB – 162 AB) (2018: .342/.399/.511 – 16 BB/41 K – 5/8 SB – 219 AB)
Xavier rSR SS Mitch Gallagher: Pepperdine transfer; 6-1, 180 pounds (2017: .265/.354/.409 – 18 BB/35 K – 11/13 SB – 181 AB) (2018: .268/.372/.423 – 14 BB/14 K – 4/6 SB – 97 AB)

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2B Leandro Alvarez (Sickles HS, Florida): plus speed; good glove; strong arm; RHH; 5-10, 170 pounds
2B Scott Jones (Sulphur HS, Louisiana): RHH; 5-10, 180 pounds
2B Will Faust (Caldwell HS, Texas): good athlete; RHH; 5-8, 170 pounds
2B Zack Heidenry (Lislie HS, Illinois): RHH; 6-0, 170 pounds
2B/C Jarred Greene (Servite HS, California): LHH; UC Santa Barbara commit; 5-10, 175 pounds
2B/OF Jeremy Gunter (West Nassau County HS, Florida): above-average speed; LHH; 5-9, 155 pounds
2B/RHP Gavin Dugas (Houma Christian HS, Louisiana): RHH; LSU commit; 5-9, 190 pounds
2B/SS Antonio Lorenzo Gauthier (Barbe HS, Louisiana): plus speed; LHH; 5-7, 170 pounds
2B/SS Bryce Register (Port St. Joe HS, Florida): good approach; LHH; 5-11, 165 pounds
2B/SS Daniel Johnson (Trabuco Hills HS, California): RHH; 5-11, 175 pounds
2B/SS Jarrett Ford (Decatur HS, Georgia): average power; above-average speed; RHH; Florida International commit; 5-10, 170 pounds
2B/SS Kevin Vanvalkenburg (Scott County HS, Kentucky): strong arm; 84 FB; good CU; RHH; 5-10, 150 pounds
2B/SS Nick Mueckay (Nease HS, Florida): good speed; RHH; 5-9, 140 pounds
2B/SS Orlando Arevalo (Gaither HS, Florida): RHH; 6-2, 180 pounds
SS Addison Barger (King HS, Florida): average power; strong arm; steady glove; LHH; Florida commit; BA comp: Logan Warmoth; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS AJ Orrico (Santaluces HS, Florida): LHH; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS Alex Bello (City of Hialeah Education Academy, Florida): good hit tool; strong arm; good athlete; RHH; South Florida commit; 5-8, 165 pounds
SS Alfredo Soto (American Heritage HS, Florida): RHH; 5-9, 160 pounds
SS Andrew Benefield (Siegel HS, Tennessee): RHH; Louisville commit; 6-3, 200 pounds
SS Blake Evans (Allatoona HS, Georgia): good defensive tools; good speed; Georgia Southern commit; LHH; 5-10, 160 pounds
SS Branden Comia (Sandburg HS, Illinois): Illinois commit; BHH; 5-11, 180 pounds
SS Brandon Auerbach (Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, Florida): good athlete; good speed; RHH; 5-8, 165 pounds
SS Brandon Davis-Micheu (John Curtis Christian HS, Louisiana): plus speed; plus athlete; RHH; Tennessee commit; 5-11, 165 pounds
SS Brayden Frazier (Jefferson HS, Iowa): strong arm; good speed; RHH; Iowa commit; 5-11, 190 pounds
SS Brendan Ryan (St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Kansas): good approach; good athlete; LHH; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS Bryar Hawkins (West Forsyth HS, Georgia): RHH; Clemson commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
SS Cam McMillan (St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Kansas): RHH; Vanderbilt commit; 6-5, 200 pounds
SS Charlie Fischer (Edina HS, Minnesota): LHH; Southern Miss commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
SS Colten Schild (Fox Valley Lutheran HS, Wisconsin): LHH; Saint Louis commit; 5-8, 160 pounds
SS Conner Banta (Kamiakin HS, Washington): RHH; 6-0, 160 pounds
SS Daniel Southern (Georgia): BHH; 5-10, 150 pounds
SS Danny Serretti (Governor Livingston HS, New Jersey): good athlete; BHH; North Carolina commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
SS Darius Gilliam (Riverdale Baptist HS, Maryland): RHH; 6-2, 160 pounds
SS Dawson Brigman (Valley Christian HS, California): good athlete; RHH; Santa Clara commit; 6-1, 160 pounds
SS Derek Rascher (Palmetto Ridge HS, Florida): good athlete; LHH; 6-2, 175 pounds
SS Devin Warner (Cartersville HS, Georgia): BHH; Auburn commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
SS Donovan Whibbs (Pensacola Catholic HS, Florida): LHH; 5-11, 160 pounds
SS Drew Gilin (Millard South HS, Nebraska): LHH; Nebraska commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
SS Dylan Rodriguez (Eloisa Pascual HS, Puerto Rico): BHH; 5-10, 160 pounds
SS Elijah Eusebe (Miami Southridge HS, Florida): RHH; 6-0, 165 pounds
SS Elliot Rodriguez (Cypress Bay HS, Florida): RHH; 5-11, 160 pounds
SS Emilio Rosas (Mater Dei HS, California): above-average defender; above-average arm; RHH; USC commit; 6-1, 175 pounds
SS Frankie Cistaro (Muskego HS, Wisconsin): RHH; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS Garrett Olson (Lincoln Southeast HS, Nebraska): RHH; 5-10, 155 pounds
SS Grant Grodi (Forest HS, Florida): good defensive tools; above-average arm; good approach; LHH; 5-11, 190 pounds
SS Greg Ryan (Benedictine College Prep, Virginia): RHH; Pittsburgh commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
SS Henry Anthony Vilar (Westminster Christian HS, Florida): LHH; Miami commit; 5-11, 180 pounds
SS Hilton Brown (Reagan HS, Texas): good athlete; RHH; Northwestern State commit; 6-2, 185 pounds
SS Hunter Fornari (Spruce Creek HS, Florida): good approach; good defender; strong arm; RHH; 6-1, 165 pounds
SS Isaiah Byars (Parkview HS, Georgia): above-average defender; average arm; above-average speed; good athlete; RHH; Alabama commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
SS Jacob Blanchet (Irvine HS, California): RHH; 6-1, 165 pounds
SS Jake Gustin (Peabody Veterans Memorial HS, Massachusetts): LHH; Bryant commit; 5-10, 190 pounds
SS Jake Woodard (Lipscomb HS, Tennessee): good athlete; RHH; 5-9, 150 pounds
SS Jamal Boykin (Newton HS, Georgia): good athlete; good speed; RHH; 5-11, 170 pounds
SS Jayce Easley (Sandra Day O’Connor HS, Arizona): plus speed; above-average arm; average defender; BHH; Oregon State commit; 5-10, 150 pounds
SS Jerry Hammons (Knoxville Christian HS, Tennessee): RHH; 6-0, 215 pounds
SS John Rodriguez (Stoneman Douglas HS, Florida): good defensive tools; RHH; FIU commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
SS Jorge Julio (Cypress Bay HS, Florida): good athlete; RHH; 5-10, 150 pounds
SS Josh Strickland (Countryside HS, Florida): good athlete; RHH; 6-0, 170 pounds
SS Justice Panton (Desert Vista HS, Arizona): RHH; 6-0, 165 pounds
SS Kaeber Rog (Trinity Christian Academy, Florida): BHH; Florida International commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
SS Kelvin Maldonado (PR Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): good speed; RHH; 5-11, 155 pounds
SS Kelvin Smith (Redan HS, Georgia): average to above-average raw power; above-average speed; above-average defender; average arm; RHH; Missouri commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds
SS Kenen Irizarry (PR Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): good approach; above-average speed; good defensive tools; strong arm; LHH; 6-0, 160 pounds
SS Kenneth Hirose (Eastside Catholic HS, Washington): RHH; 5-10, 170 pounds
SS Kevin Vargas (International Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): above-average arm; RHH; FIU commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
SS Kody Darcy (Kentridge HS, Washington): RHH; Xavier commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
SS Luke Drumheller (Olympic HS, North Carolina): LHH; Appalachian State commit; 6-1, 175 pounds
SS Mark Evans (York HS, Virginia): good athlete; good speed; RHH; 5-8, 160 pounds
SS Matthew Mamatas (Ola HS, Georgia): above-average arm; RHH; 5-9, 160 pounds
SS Michael Montes De Oca (Monsignor Edward Pace HS, Florida): good approach; RHH; Miami commit; 6-0, 180 pounds
SS Michael Perez (Gahr HS, California): good athlete; RHH; UCLA commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
SS Nic Kent (St. Anne’s Belfield HS, Virginia): RHH; Virginia commit; 6-2, 175 pounds
SS Preston Hagan (Buford HS, Georgia): strong arm; RHH; 6-1, 180 pounds
SS Ryan De Leon (Somerset Academy, Florida): strong arm; good defensive tools; RHH; 5-8, 160 pounds
SS Ryan Rivera (Jensen Beach HS, Florida): RHH; 5-10, 180 pounds
SS Stacey Bailey (Kerens HS, Texas): average to above-average speed; average to above-average arm; good defender; RHH; 5-9, 190 pounds
SS Stephen Quigley (Silver Lake HS, Massachusetts): strong arm; 83 FB; good SL; BHH; 6-0, 155 pounds
SS Tate Kolwyck (Arlington HS, Tennessee): good defender; RHH; Vanderbilt commit; 6-0, 190 pounds
SS Tevin Tucker (Prince George HS, Virginia): strong arm; RHH; West Virginia commit; 6-0, 165 pounds
SS TJ Berry (Whitewater HS, Georgia): good speed; strong arm; RHH; 6-1, 150 pounds
SS Travis Sankovich (Laurel Highlands HS, Pennsylvania): LHH; 5-10, 165 pounds
SS Trayden Tamiya (Waiakea HS, Hawaii): RHH; 5-5, 130 pounds
SS Trevon Flowers (Tucker HS, Kentucky): plus speed; good defensive tools; Kentucky commit; RHH; 6-1, 180 pounds
SS Trey Lipscomb (Urbana HS, Maryland): BHH; Tennessee commit; 6-2, 180 pounds
SS Tyler Miller (Spanish Fort HS, Alabama): good approach; LHH; 6-2, 180 pounds
SS Tyler Zayas (West Broward HS, Florida): good athlete; RHH; 5-11, 175 pounds
SS Will Schroeder (Loudoun County HS, Virginia): good glove; strong arm; RHH; North Carolina commit; 6-1, 190 pounds
SS Zachary Ellsworth (Pittsburg HS, California): good speed; good athlete; RHH; 6-3, 190 pounds
SS Zachary Lew (Orange Lutheran HS, California): RHH; Cal State Fullerton commit; 5-9, 160 pounds
SS Zane Tarrance (Sickles HS, Florida): RHH; 5-7, 130 pounds
SS/2B Aaron Sabato (Brunswick HS, New York): power upside; BHH; North Carolina commit; 6-3, 225 pounds
SS/2B Austin Knight (The Bolles School, Florida): plus speed; Tennessee commit; RHH; 6-2, 185 pounds
SS/2B Austin Kretzschmar (Helix HS, California): good athlete; RHH; Stanford commit; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS/2B Brennan Rozell (Lincoln HS, California): good approach; RHH; 6-0, 165 pounds
SS/2B Brice Turang (Santiago HS, California): plus hit tool; advanced approach; plus speed; above-average defensive tools; average arm might be a bit short for short; popular Christian Yelich comp; Sam Monroy comp: Roberto Alomar; BA comp: Dansby Swanson; easy to see some Madrigal here; LHH; 6-1, 165 pounds
SS/2B Dawson Gilbert (Servite HS, California): good speed; BHH; 5-9, 165 pounds
SS/2B Diego Ramos (Elev8 Sports Institute, Florida): RHH; 6-3, 185 pounds
SS/2B Jackson Roberts (University HS, Florida): LHH; 5-8, 160 pounds
SS/2B Jackson Westberry (Episcopal HS, Florida): above-average speed; RHH; 6-2, 155 pounds
SS/2B Jonathan Ornelas (Kellis HS, Arizona): good approach; good defensive tools; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; average at best speed; 89-91 FB; Tennessee commit; 6-0, 160 pounds
SS/2B Justin Fields (Harrison HS, Georgia): RHH; Penn State (frowny face) commit; 6-3, 220 pounds
SS/2B Lance Ford (Tivy HS, Texas): good athlete; strong arm; 86 FB; LHH; Texas commit; 5-10, 170 pounds
SS/2B Luis Tuero (Archbishop McCarthy HS, Florida): LHH; Miami commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
SS/2B Matt McLain (Beckman HS, California): average to above-average hit tool; RHH; UCLA commit; 5-10, 175 pounds
SS/2B Max Ferguson (The Bolles HS, Florida): Tennessee commit; 6-1, 180 pounds
SS/2B Peyton Ringer (The Lovett School, Georgia): plus arm; steady glove; RHH; 5-7, 150 pounds
SS/2B Ryan Bliss (Troup County HS, Georgia): good defender; good athlete; above-average arm; above-average speed; RHH; Auburn commit; BA comp: Nick Allen; FAVORITE; 5-9, 165 pounds
SS/2B Trevor Burkhart (Davenport HS, Iowa): RHH; 5-10, 180 pounds
SS/2B Xavier Edwards (North Broward Prep, Florida): plus-plus speed; sneaky power upside; average arm; mature approach; gifted defender; BA/PG comp: Nick Allen; BHH; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; 5-10, 155 pounds
SS/2B Xavier Wilson (Martin Luther King HS, Georgia): good speed; good athlete; RHH; 5-11, 165 pounds
SS/3B Charles Mack (Williamsville East HS, New York): above-average hit tool; above-average power upside; good speed; also being tried at C; LHH; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 5-11, 185 pounds
SS/3B Dru Baker (Memorial HS, Texas): RHH; Texas Tech commit; 5-11, 190 pounds
SS/3B Javier Landrau (International Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): RHH; 5-11, 190 pounds
SS/3B Jeremiah Jackson (St. Luke’s Episcopal HS, Alabama): plus athlete; power upside; above-average to plus arm; RHH; Mississippi State commit; 6-0, 170 pounds
SS/3B Nander De Sedas (Montverde HS, Florida): good hit tool; plus raw power; plus defensive tools; plus arm; BHH; Florida State commit; reminds me of some of the big PR shortstops of recent drafts; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds
SS/3B Raynel Delgado (Mater Academy, Florida): plus raw power; strong arm; good defender; BHH; Florida International commit; 6-2, 200 pounds
SS/3B Sean Guilbe (Berks Catholic HS, Pennsylvania): plus raw power; average arm; could be tried at C; RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-2, 190 pounds
SS/3B Tanner Carlson (Elk Grove HS, California): RHH; Long Beach State commit; 6-0, 185 pounds
SS/3B Zach Gelof (Cape Henlopen HS, Delaware): above-average raw power; above-average defensive tools; above-average speed; RHH; Virginia commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds
SS/C Tyler McDonough (Moeller HS, Ohio): good athlete; BHH; 5-10, 170 pounds
SS/OF Osiris Johnson (Encinal HS, California): plus raw power; plus arm; RHH; Cal State Fullerton commit; 6-1, 185 pounds
SS/OF Will Huber (St. Benedict at Auburndale, Tennessee): LHH; Arkansas State commit; 6-1, 165 pounds
SS/RHP Blaze Alexander (IMG Academy, Florida): plus-plus arm; plus speed; good athlete; South Carolina commit; 6-0, 160 pounds
SS/RHP Brandon Dieter (South Hills HS, California): love the hit tool; power upside; above-average to plus arm; really patient approach; 87-92 FB; 72-74 CB; low-80s CU; RHH; Stanford commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS/RHP Chase Stafford (Somerset HS, Massachusetts): 84 FB; RHH: 6-0, 175 pounds
SS/RHP Drew Black (Blue Valley Northwest HS, Kansas): 85 FB; SL; CU; RHH; 6-4, 190 pounds
SS/RHP Jacob Phelps (Newsome HS, Florida): plus arm; mature approach; low-80s FB; CB; RHH; Columbia commit; 6-1, 190 pounds
SS/RHP Jake Rucker (Pope John Paul II HS, Tennessee): RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-2, 170 pounds
SS/RHP Jared Lyons (West Springfield HS, Virginia): 87 FB; CB; George Mason commit; RHH; 6-1, 185 pounds
SS/RHP Jordan Compton (Albert HS, Oklahoma): 86 FB; RHH; 5-11, 170 pounds
SS/RHP Kendall Logan Simmons (Tattnall Square Academy, Georgia): plus bat speed; plus arm; plus raw power; average speed; good approach; RHH; 88-92 FB; low-70s CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-3, 190 pounds
SS/RHP Kevin Lyons (Westview HS, California): RHH; 86-88 FB; 79-81 CU; UC Santa Barbara commit; 6-0, 175 pounds
SS/RHP Noah Gomez (St. John Bosco HS, California): 83-86 FB; RHH; 5-11, 165 pounds
SS/RHP Trevor Kniskern (Pompano Beach HS, Florida): RHH; Pepperdine commit; 5-11, 170 pounds

2018 MLB Draft Top 500

1 – Auburn JR RHP Casey Mize: 89-95 FB, 96-97 peak; average 78-82 CB (scrapped in 2018, some see it as the SL), above-average upside; average 81-87 SL, flashes above-average (consistently so in 2018); above-average to plus 82-88 split-CU (mostly plus in 2018, comes both soft and hard), plus-plus upside; new above-average 87-91 cut-SL, easy plus upside; good athlete; FAVORITE; shades of Ohtani, Tanaka, Gausman; Fitt “comp”: Cole/Eshelman remix; 6-3, 220 pounds

2016: 7.70 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 3.52 ERA
2017: 11.73 K/9 – 0.97 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 2.04 ERA
2018: 12.40 K/9 – 0.99 BB/9 – 109.2 IP – 2.95 ERA

2 – Wichita State JR 3B/1B Alec Bohm: legit hit tool; plus power upside (plus-plus); mature beyond his years approach; average to above-average arm; average defensive tools, long way to go; good athlete; Sam Monroy comp: Mike Lowell; see some Rhys Hoskins in him; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2016: .303/.346/.489 – 9 BB/25 K – 0/0 SB – 178 AB
2017: .305/.385/.519 – 29 BB/31 K – 5/5 SB – 233 AB
2018: .339/.436/.625 – 39 BB/28 K – 9/12 SB – 224 AB

3 – LHP Matthew Liberatore (Mountain Ridge HS, Arizona): 88-94 FB, 96 peak; plus CB, flashes plus-plus; average to above-average CU, plus upside; average SL; Arizona commit; 6-5, 200 pounds

4 – Oregon State JR 2B/SS Nick Madrigal: plus hit tool; average power upside; plus speed; average or better arm, stretched at SS; great approach; BA comps: Pedroia/Bregman; Fitt comp: Jose Altuve; PG comp: Pedroia; FAVORITE; 5-8, 160 pounds

2016: .333/.380/.456 – 15 BB/14 K – 8/10 SB – 195 AB
2017: .380/.449/.532 – 27 BB/16 K – 16/20 SB – 237 AB
2018: .403/.464/.573 – 12 BB/5 K – 9/9 SB – 124 AB

5 – Florida JR SS/3B Jonathan India: above-average hit tool; great athlete; average to above-average power upside; average or better speed (plus); average to above-average arm (plus); mature approach; above-average to plus glove at 3B, average at SS; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .303/.367/.440 – 22 BB/43 K – 13/18 SB – 234 AB
2017: .269/.351/.423 – 23 BB/41 K – 13/13 SB – 208 AB
2018: .362/.502/.723 – 47 BB/47 K – 11/13 SB – 188 AB

6 – Florida JR RHP Brady Singer: 88-94 FB with plus sink, 96-97 peak; average 76-83 SL/CB flashes above-average to plus (more CB than SL); average to above-average 84-90 CU; plus command; Cape coach comp (per MLB): Jeff Hoffman; coach comp (via D1 and BA): Aaron Nola; Kevin Brown (via Brett Myers!); 6-5, 210 pounds

2016: 7.84 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 4.95 ERA
2017: 9.21 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 126.0 IP – 3.21 ERA
2018: 9.41 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 2.25 ERA

7 – RHP Ethan Hankins (Forsyth Central HS, Georgia): 90-96 FB, 98 peak; mid-70s CB, flashes plus; low-80s CU; SL; plus athlete; Vanderbilt commit; 6-6, 215 pounds

8 – RHP Carter Stewart (Eau Gallie HS, Florida): 90-96 FB, 98 peak; plus to plus-plus low-80s CB; CU, average upside; great athlete; Mississippi State commit; 6-6, 2200 pounds

9 – Stetson JR RHP Logan Gilbert: 89-95 FB, 97 peak; FB moves a ton; average 74-80 kCB, flashes above-average; 79-82 SL flashes above-average to plus; two breaking balls could be one; 82-85 CU, flashes plus; great athlete; plus deception; loads of extension; 2018: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; 77-83 cut-SL; average 73-78 CB, above-average upside; average 80-85 CU; love how he pitches off of fastball; fair concerns about history of being overworked; FAVORITE; 6-6, 225 pounds

2016: 7.85 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 2.74 ERA
2017: 10.82 K/9 – 2.63 BB/9 – 89.0 IP – 2.02 ERA
2018: 12.87 K/9 – 1.80 BB/9 – 100.0 IP – 2.52 ERA

10 – OF/2B Jordyn Adams (Green Hope HS, North Carolina): great athlete; plus-plus speed; plus raw power; can also play SS; RHH; North Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 175 pounds

11 – OF/LHP Connor Scott (Plant HS, Florida): good hit tool; above-average to plus speed; good defensive tools; plus arm; D1/PG comp: Kyle Tucker; 87-92 FB; plus 77-81 SL/CB; 80-81 CU, above-average upside; 6-4, 180 pounds

12 – South Florida rSO LHP Shane McClanahan: 88-97 FB, 100 peak; above-average 78-86 SL, flashes plus; average 83-87 CU, flashes above-average; TJ survivor; good athlete; D1 comp: Scott Kazmir; 2018: 91-98 FB, 100 peak; 78-85 SL; 84-89 CU; see some Tyler Jay in terms of draft stock; 6-1, 185 pounds

2017: 12.32 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 3.20 ERA
2018: 14.77 K/9 – 5.55 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.41 ERA

13 – South Alabama JR OF/LHP Travis Swaggerty: above-average to plus hit tool; good athlete; above-average to plus speed; average at best power (plus raw?); mature approach; average to above-average arm; 90-95 FB; BA comp: Jacoby Ellsbury; D1 comps: Adam Eaton, Brett Gardner; reminds me of Adam Haseley as a draft prospect; 5-11, 180 pounds

2017: .356/.484/.571 – 49 BB/45 K – 19/25 SB – 219 AB
2018: .296/.455/.526 – 54 BB/38 K – 9/14 SB – 213 AB

14 – RHP Cole Winn (Orange Lutheran HS, California): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; average 78-81 SL, flashes plus; average 83-84 CU; plus mid-70s CB; TCU commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

15 – RHP Kumar Rocker (North Oconee HS, Georgia): 90-96 FB, 98 peak; mid-80s SL/CB; 91 CU; Vanderbilt commit; 6-4, 240 pounds

16 – SS/2B Brice Turang (Santiago HS, California): plus hit tool; advanced approach; plus speed; above-average defensive tools; average arm might be a bit short for short; popular Christian Yelich comp; Sam Monroy comp: Roberto Alomar; BA comp: Dansby Swanson; easy to see some Madrigal here; LHH; 6-1, 165 pounds

17 – OF Jarred Kelenic (Waukesha West HS, Wisconsin): above-average hit tool; above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; plus speed; CF range; plus athlete; LHH; Louisville commit; reminds me a little bit of Brandon Nimmo; 6-1, 200 pounds

18 – Wake Forest JR RHP Griffin Roberts: 88-94 FB with big sink, 96 peak; average to above-average 80-85 CB/SL (almost certainly a SL), flashes plus to plus-plus; average 81-87 CU, above-average upside; plus athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 10.38 K/9 – 12.69 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 9.19 ERA
2017: 13.51 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 53.1 IP – 2.19 ERA
2018: 12.11 K/9 – 3.54 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 3.82 ERA)

19 – Florida JR RHP Jackson Kowar: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 81-86 split-CU, plus-plus upside; average 79-84 SL flashes above-average to plus; average to above-average 72-79 CB; tough to differentiate the two breaking balls; college polish + HS projection; D1 (Seifert) comp: Michael Wacha; FAVORITE; 6-6, 185 pounds

2016: 11.45 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.37 ERA
2017: 7.11 K/9 – 3.73 BB/9 – 106.1 IP – 4.15 ERA
2018: 8.84 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 3.21 ERA

20 – Mississippi SO LHP Ryan Rolison: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 76-84 CB/SL (true hybrid, more SL), easy plus to plus-plus upside; 82-86 CU, average upside; advanced command; great athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds

2017: 9.35 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.07 ERA
2018: 11.10 K/9 – 4.16 BB/9 – 97.1 IP – 3.70 ERA

21 – 3B/1B Nolan Gorman (Sandra Day O’Connor HS, Arizona): easy plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; good glove; good approach; LHH; Arizona commit; 6-1, 210 pounds

22 – Florida State JR C Cal Raleigh: average defender; average to above-average arm; good athlete; above-average to plus power upside; BHH; old Matt Wieters comp; D1 comp: Jason Varitek; 6-3, 225 pounds

2016: .301/.412/.511 – 42 BB/46 K – 1/2 SB – 229 AB
2017: .227/.330/.398 – 39 BB/39 K – 1/1 SB – 264 AB
2018: .326/.447/.583 – 51 BB/43 K – 2/3 SB – 230 AB

23 – Oregon State JR OF/1B Trevor Larnach: above-average hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; plus bat speed; average to above-average arm (below-average to plus); good athlete; good approach; average at best speed; picture perfect swing; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-4, 210 pounds

2016: .157/.271/.176 – 7 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 51 AB
2017: .303/.421/.429 – 39 BB/53 K – 2/3 SB – 198 AB
2018: .322/.444/.630 – 40 BB/52 K – 3/5 SB – 208 AB

24 – 1B/3B Triston Casas (American Heritage HS, Florida): great approach; plus raw power; plus arm; Miami commit; HS version of Alec Bohm; LHH; 6-4, 235 pounds

25 – 3B/SS Jordan Groshans (Magnolia HS, Texas): above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average speed; above-average to plus arm; above-average defensive tools; RHH; Kansas commit; BA scout comp: Matt Holliday; 88 FB; 6-4, 190 pounds

26 – Louisville JR OF Josh Stowers: power upside; above-average to plus speed; average arm; good athlete; enough CF range, but best in corner; RHH; PG comp: Rajai Davis; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .231/.333/.231 – 2 BB/2 K – 2/4 SB – 13 AB
2017: .313/.422/.507 – 31 BB/33 K – 22/28 SB – 201 AB
2018: .336/.477/.559 – 52 BB/37 K – 36/43 SB – 220 AB

27 – RHP Austin Becker (Big Walnut HS, Ohio): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; mid- to upper-70s CB, flashes plus; low-80s CU, plus upside; 6-6, 185 pounds

28 – RHP/1B Grayson Rodriguez (Central Heights HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 97-98 peak; 78-81 SL; 72-74 CB; Texas A&M commit; 6-5, 230 pounds

29 – LHP Ryan Weathers (Loretto HS, Tennessee): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus mid-70s CB; average CU; Vanderbilt commit; 6-2, 210 pounds

30 – Florida Atlantic JR C/2B Tyler Frank: average to above-average hit tool; average to above-average speed; average to above-average arm; average power; can literally play anywhere on the diamond; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: .285/.401/.365 – 27 BB/21 K – 3/3 SB – 137 AB
2017: .336/.448/.540 – 41 BB/29 K – 6/10 SB – 235 AB
2018: .310/.453/.575 – 51 BB/34 K – 3/5 SB – 226 AB

31 – Georgia Tech JR C Joey Bart: average hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; solid approach; plus arm; average defender, has gotten a lot better (above-average upside); Mike Zunino 2.0, for better or worse; RHH; 6-3, 225 pounds

2016: .299/.351/.382 – 8 BB/34 K – 0/1 SB – 157 AB
2017: .296/.370/.575 – 16 BB/50 K – 4/4 SB – 186 AB
2018: .359/.471/.632 – 41 BB/56 K – 3/3 SB – 220 AB

32 – Virginia JR LHP Daniel Lynch: 85-93 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average 76-86 CU; average 75-83 CB/SL; above-average 82-88 cut-SL; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: 8.12 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 5.49 ERA
2017: 5.24 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 5.00 ERA
2018: 10.67 K/9 – 2.44 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.96 ERA

33 – C Will Banfield (Brookwood HS, Georgia): above-average to plus power upside; plus defensive tools; plus arm both in power and accuracy; great athlete; 94 FB; RHH; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

34 – LHP Luke Bartnicki (Walton HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average SL; mid-80s CU, average upside; good athlete; Georgia Tech commit; 6-3, 210 pounds

35 – C/3B Noah Naylor (St. Joan of Arc Catholic SS, Ontario): above-average to plus hit tool; plus arm; above-average speed; great athlete; LHH; Texas A&M commit; profile reminds me some of Francisco Mejia; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

36 – 3B/RHP Nick Northcut (Mason HS, Ohio): above-average hit tool; plus raw power; good defensive tools; average to above-average arm; good approach; great athlete; RHH; 88-91 FB; CB; SL; Vanderbilt commit; PG comp: Arenado; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

37 – SS/3B Nander De Sedas (Montverde HS, Florida): good hit tool; plus raw power; plus defensive tools; plus arm; BHH; Florida State commit; reminds me of some of the big PR shortstops of recent drafts; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

38 – Wichita State JR OF/1B Greyson Jenista: average to above-average hit tool; above-average to plus power upside (plus-plus); average to above-average speed; average to above-average arm; great athlete; has also played 3B; LHH; 6-4, 220 pounds

2016: .326/.431/.471 – 31 BB/27 K – 2/4 SB – 172 AB
2017: .320/.413/.509 – 32 BB/46 K – 6/11 SB – 228 AB
2018: .309/.446/.475 – 50 BB/41 K – 12/13 SB – 204 AB

39 – OF Parker Meadows (Grayson HS, Georgia): plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; plus arm; LHH; Clemson commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

40 – OF Nick Schnell (Roncalli HS, Indiana): mature approach; above-average speed; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; reminds me a little of Kyle Tucker; LHH; Louisville commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

41 – SS/2B Xavier Edwards (North Broward Prep, Florida): plus-plus speed; sneaky power upside; average arm; mature approach; gifted defender; BA/PG comp: Nick Allen; BHH; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; 5-10, 155 pounds

42 – C/BHP Anthony Seigler (Cartersville HS, Georgia): great approach; good athlete; above-average arm; above-average defender; 85-88 LH; 88-90 RH; 74 CB; BHH; Auburn commit; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds

43 – Clemson JR 1B/OF Seth Beer: good hit tool; plus bat speed; plus raw power; balanced swing; above-average to plus arm, others like it way less (below-average); below-average speed; older for class; LHH; PG comps: Ben Grieve, Jay Bruce; lefty Mark Reynolds?; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: .369/.535/.700 – 62 BB/27 K – 1/1 SB – 203 AB
2017: .298/.478/.606 – 64 BB/35 K – 2/3 SB – 218 AB
2018: .316/.471/.656 – 52 BB/31 K – 1/1 SB – 209 AB)

44 – Oklahoma rSO OF/2B Kyler Murray: easy CF range; plus arm; great athlete; Texas A&M transfer; D1 comp: Andrew McCutchen; my own young Brian Jordan comp; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds

2017: .122/.317/.122 – 13 BB/20 K – 12/13 SB – 49 AB
2018: .296/.398/.556 – 28 BB/56 K – 10/14 SB – 189 AB

45 – RHP Landon Marceaux (Destrehan HS, Louisiana): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average mid-70s CB; low-80s CU with plus upside; LSU commit; easy Nola comp; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

46 – RHP Cole Wilcox (Heritage HS, Georgia): 91-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; 83-87 CU, above-average upside; average 80-85 SL/CB, plus upside; Georgia commit; BA comp: Tanner Houck; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

47 – RHP Slade Cecconi (Trinity Prep HS, Florida): 90-94 FB with plus sink, 97 peak; mid-80s SL, plus upside; 76-80 CB; CU; Miami commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

48 – RHP Dominic Pipkin (Pinole Valley HS, California): 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 83-85 SL; 75-77 CB, above-average upside; 83 CU, above-average upside; California commit; 6-4, 170 pounds

49 – RHP Simeon Woods-Richardson, (Kempner HS, Texas): 88-93 FB with sink; 74-77 CB, plus upside; 78-82 SL; CU, plus upside; 6-3, 200 pounds

50 – Duke JR OF Griffin Conine: legit hit tool; above-average to plus arm; plus power upside; average to above-average speed; good approach; ridiculously quick bat; solid athlete; prototypical RF profile; PG comps: Conforto and Bruce; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .205/.306/.247 – 11 BB/16 K – 3/3 SB – 73 AB
2017: .298/.425/.546 – 41 BB/45 K – 9/9 SB – 218 AB
2018: .277/.402/.585 – 37 BB/61 K – 0/1 SB – 195 AB

51 – Arkansas JR RHP Blaine Knight: 87-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; average to above-average 77-84 cut-SL, plus upside; 72-78 CB, flashes average; two breaking balls can morph into one when CB velo is up; average 80-87 CU, plus upside; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 170 pounds

2016: 8.57 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 2.98 ERA
2017: 9.54 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 3.28 ERA
2018: 8.31 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 2.74 ERA

52 – OF Alek Thomas (Mount Carmel HS, Illinois): chance for plus hit tool; above-average to plus speed; above-average power; easy CF range; great athlete; TCU commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 175 pounds

53 – OF Nick Decker (Seneca HS, New Jersey): all in on the bat; plus raw power; love the approach; average speed; Maryland commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

54 – UNC Wilmington JR C/1B Ryan Jeffers: plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; strong; questionable defender; can also play OF; RHH; 6-4, 225 pounds

2016: .348/.467/.609 – 6 BB/6 K – 1/1 SB – 23 AB
2017: .328/.422/.604 – 28 BB/28 K – 0/2 SB – 192 AB
2018: .320/.472/.660 – 49 BB/38 K – 2/3 SB – 200 AB

55 – RHP Owen White (Carson HS, North Carolina): 85-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 75-80 CB; average or better 79-84 CU; 77-81 SL, above-average upside; plus athlete; South Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 175 pounds

56 – Texas Tech SO OF/2B Grant Little: above-average to plus tool; average at best arm (LF); good athlete; can also play SS; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

2017: .335/.405/.476 – 26 BB/45 K – 6/9 SB – 206 AB
2018: .378/.477/.675 – 37 BB/30 K – 9/13 SB – 209 AB

57 – Connecticut JR LHP Tim Cate: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 77-84 CB; above-average 82-86 CU with plus upside; good athlete; Monroy comp: Ted Lilly; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: 11.04 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 2.73 ERA
2017: 12.14 K/9 – 3.69 BB/9 – 75.2 IP – 3.33 ERA
2018: 11.61 K/9 – 3.23 BB/9 – 47.1 IP – 3.23 ERA

58 – Missouri State JR SS/3B Jeremy Eierman: above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; steady glove who is a lock to stay on the left side (plus upside at 3B); good athlete; similar prospect to India in many ways; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .296/.336/.504 – 12 BB/67 K – 6/6 SB – 230 AB
2017: .313/.431/.675 – 41 BB/61 K – 17/19 SB – 243 AB
2018: .292/.383/.533 – 25 BB/45 K – 20/23 SB – 212 AB

59 – LHP Nate Lamb (Chesnee HS, South Carolina): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 70-76 CB, plus upside; 79-81 SL; average 80-81 CU; good deception; good athlete; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

60 – OF Joe Gray (Hattiesburg HS, Mississippi): plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; above-average to plus speed; CF range; MLB.com comp: Adam Jones; Sam Monroy comp: Torii Hunter; RHH; Mississippi commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

61 – Towson JR SS/2B Richard Palacios: plus-plus speed; above-average raw power; average at best arm; can also play OF; great athlete; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2016: .329/.415/.480 – 29 BB/22 K – 32/41 SB – 225 AB
2017: .338/.417/.502 – 22 BB/18 K – 19/21 SB – 213 AB
2018: .301/.457/.515 – 52 BB/16 K – 25/26 SB – 196 AB

62 – Stanford JR LHP Kris Bubic: 85-94 FB, 95-96 peak; average 71-79 CB, better firmer; above-average to plus 74-81 CU; advanced command; good athlete; 6-3, 220 pounds

2016: 7.28 K/9 – 4.98 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 3.26 ERA
2017: 9.57 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 90.1 IP – 2.79 ERA
2018: 10.37 K/9 – 3.42 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 2.73 ERA

63 – OF/LHP Mike Siani (Penn Charter, Pennsylvania): above-average hit tool; good approach; plus to plus-plus arm; above-average to plus speed; plus athlete; 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good SL; Virginia commit; as high a score in makeup as you’ll find; 6-0, 200 pounds

64 – North Carolina Greensboro JR OF Andrew Moritz: above-average to plus speed; easy CF range; good approach; strong arm; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2016: .400/.454/.570 – 18 BB/21 K – 8/10 SB – 165 AB
2017: .392/.450/.513 – 24 BB/22 K – 16/20 SB – 240 AB
2018: .428/.492/.637 – 28 BB/27 K – 12/16 SB – 215 AB

65 – Mississippi JR C/1B Nick Fortes: advanced glove; above-average arm; good athlete; 6-0, 210 pounds

2016: .194/.356/.194 – 5 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 36 AB
2017: .319/.382/.486 – 12 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 138 AB
2018: .323/.436/.527 – 44 BB/25 K – 14/19 SB – 226 AB

66 – McLennan JC SO C/RHP Josh Breaux: plus to plus-plus raw power; average to above-average speed; plus to plus-plus arm; above-average athlete; 93-98 FB; 83-85 SL, flashes above-average; not as athletic, but tools reminiscent of Jorge Alfaro; 6-1, 215 pounds

2017: .401/.473/.773 – 28 BB/45 K – 1/2 SB – 207 AB
2018: .404/.532/.831 – 48 BB/32 K – 1/1 SB – 178 AB

2017: 14.85 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 4.73 ERA

67 – OF Cole Roederer (Hart HS, California): above-average to plus power; above-average to plus speed; average arm; Sam Monroy comp: Joc Pederson; BA comp: Andrew Benintendi; LHH; UCLA commit; 6-0, 175 pounds

68 – 3B/2B Cory Acton (American Heritage HS, Florida): chance for plus hit tool; really good approach; steady glove; above-average arm; LHH; Florida commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 165 pounds

69 – RHP/C Mason Denaburg (Merritt Island HS, Florida): 90-94 FB, 97 peak; plus upper-70s CB; low-80s CU; SL; Florida commit; 6-3, 190 pounds

70 – Dallas Baptist SR OF/1B Devlin Granberg: above-average hit tool; power upside; great approach; average to above-average speed; LF profile; Creighton transfer; D1 comp: Kevin Youkilis; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds

2017: .359/.439/.564 – 18 BB/37 K – 6/6 SB – 181 AB
2018: .431/.534/.653 – 50 BB/41 K – 23/24 SB – 239 AB

71 – Georgia JR LHP Kevin Smith: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 78-83 CU; average to above-average 76-82 SL; deceptive; 6-5, 235 pounds

2016: 7.83 K/9 – 4.11 BB/9 – 46.0 IP – 3.91 ERA
2017: 9.89 K/9 – 4.57 BB/9 – 61.0 IP – 4.87 ERA
2018: 11.48 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 59.2 IP – 3.17 ERA

72 – Minnesota JR SS/2B Terrin Vavra: good hit tool; above-average raw power; plus speed; steady glove; above-average arm; 6-0, 190 pounds

2016: .358/.398/.467 – 8 BB/18 K – 0/1 SB – 120 AB
2017: .308/.369/.418 – 18 BB/30 K – 7/9 SB – 201 AB
2018: .385/.458/.620 – 29 BB/17 K – 8/9 SB – 200 AB

73 – RHP JT Ginn (Brandon HS, Mississippi): 93-97 FB, 99 peak; CB/SL, plus upside; CU, flashes average; Mississippi State commit; reminds me some of JB Bukauskas; 6-1, 200 pounds

74 – Kentucky rJR RHP Justin Lewis: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 75-82 CU, keeps improving; 77-79 CB; average 80-84 SL; good athlete; legit four pitches; FAVORITE; 6-7, 200 pounds

2016: 7.43 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 2.08 ERA
2017: 7.12 K/9 – 2.67 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 3.56 ERA
2018: 11.40 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.33 ERA

75 – Kentucky JR RHP Sean Hjelle: 86-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-85 kCB, plus upside; good 81-87 SL (maybe same as CB, think it’s separate); 77-82 CU (2018: 83-87 CU, average upside); good command; “jelly”; 6-11, 225 pounds

2016: 12.08 K/9 – 4.58 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 3.74 ERA
2017: 8.45 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 108.2 IP – 3.89 ERA
2018: 8.25 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 3.44 ERA

76 – Mississippi State JR LHP Konnor Pilkington: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-84 CU; inconsistent (better in 2018, mostly average) 74-80 CB, flashes above-average to plus; 80-82 SL; good command; young for class; 6-3, 225 pounds

2017: 9.25 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 108.0 IP – 3.08 ERA
2018: 9.53 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 91.2 IP – 4.61 ERA

77 – LHP Garrett Wade (Hartselle HS, Alabama): 87-92 FB; plus 78-84 SL; above-average to plus 72-76 CB; 84 CU; Auburn commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

78 – Mississippi State rSO LHP Ethan Small: 86-94 FB, 96 peak; good 77-80 CU; above-average 72-75 CB; good deception; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds

2018: 11.25 K/9 – 3.26 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 2.94 ERA

79 – 1B/3B Grant Lavigne (Bedford HS, New Hampshire): big power; good approach; LHH; Wake Forest commit; 6-4, 230 pounds

80 – Stanford JR SS/2B Nico Hoerner: really good defensive tools, plus upside at SS with continued reps; above-average arm; good athlete; above-average to plus speed (average); average power; good approach; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .254/.298/.311 – 13 BB/29 K – 1/3 SB – 209 AB
2017: .307/.357/.406 – 15 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 251 AB
2018: .348/.394/.493 – 19 BB/21 K – 14/18 SB – 221 AB

81 – South Carolina SO OF/2B Carlos Cortes: good hit tool; plus raw power; average at best arm; below-average speed; great BA comp: Willie Calhoun; 5-8, 190 pounds

2017: .286/.368/.565 – 22 BB/27 K – 5/7 SB – 168 AB
2018: .248/.368/.500 – 39 BB/31 K – 8/9 SB – 214 AB

82 – Dallas Baptist JR OF Jameson Hannah: quick bat; above-average to plus speed; CF range; great instincts; great approach; above-average to plus power upside; good athlete; below-average arm; some parallels to him and Jimmy Herron as draft prospects; D1 comps: Ben Revere and Corey Ray; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: .332/.407/.456 – 20 BB/39 K – 11/16 SB – 193 AB
2017: .328/.411/.530 – 34 BB/45 K – 9/10 SB – 268 AB
2018: .357/.445/.550 – 37 BB/35 K – 8/9 SB – 238 AB

83 – OF Ryder Green (Knoxville Christian HS, Tennessee): plus raw power; above-average speed; above-average arm; 89 FB; CB; Vanderbilt commit; MLB comp: AJ Pollock; 6-2, 200 pounds

84 – Oklahoma State rSO RHP Jensen Elliott: 86-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good cutter; good 80-82 SL; good CU, flashes plus; good command; 6-6, 220 pounds

2016: 7.32 K/9 – 3.61 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.50 ERA
2017: 10.49 K/9 – 2.83 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 3.63 ERA

85 – South Carolina rSO RHP Cody Morris: 88-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; plus sink on FB; above-average 77-81 SL/CB; plus 81-83 CU; TJ survivor; 6-5, 225 pounds

2017: 10.76 K/9 – 1.83 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 3.66 ERA
2018: 9.54 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 3.68 ERA

86 – SS/RHP Brandon Dieter (South Hills HS, California): love the hit tool; power upside; above-average to plus arm; really patient approach; 87-92 FB; 72-74 CB; low-80s CU; RHH; Stanford commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 175 pounds

87 – SS/2B Jonathan Ornelas (Kellis HS, Arizona): good approach; good defensive tools; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; average at best speed; 89-91 FB; Tennessee commit; 6-0, 160 pounds

88 – Memphis JR RHP Jonathan Bowlan: 87-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average to plus 78-86 cut-SL; very occasional 70-72 CB; 83-84 CU; inconsistent stuff start to start; really good athlete; FAVORITE; D1 comp: Seth Rosin; 6-6, 260 pounds

2016: 4.75 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 4.42 ERA
2017: 8.36 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 3.75 ERA
2018: 11.01 K/9 – 1.91 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 3.71 ERA

89 – South Carolina JR RHP Adam Hill: 88-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 77-86 SL/CB, flashes plus (better firmer); above-average 81-85 CU (2018: 84-89); plus command, especially of FB; 6-5, 225 pounds

2016: 9.77 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 3.53 ERA
2017: 10.17 K/9 – 4.56 BB/9 – 77.0 IP – 3.04 ERA
2018: 11.16 K/9 – 5.70 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 3.99 ERA

90 – Texas A&M-Corpus Christi rSO RHP Aaron Hernandez: 91-95 FB with sink, 98 peak; above-average 77-82 CB; good 80-85 cut-SL; above-average 80-85 CU; 6-2, 175 pounds

2016: 8.47 K/9 – 4.58 BB/9 – 39.1 IP – 4.58 ERA
2018: 11.06 K/9 – 4.45 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 4.45 ERA

91 – OF Elijah Cabell (TNXL Academy, Florida): plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; RHH; LSU commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

92 – Cal Poly JR OF Alex McKenna: plus hit tool; power upside; above-average speed; CF range; average or better arm; great athlete; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .261/.349/.413 – 24 BB/38 K – 3/4 SB – 184 AB
2017: .360/.424/.487 – 21 BB/45 K – 13/19 SB – 236 AB
2018: .339/.424/.506 – 27 BB/39 K – 6/9 SB – 239 AB

93 – Illinois JR 1B/OF Brenden Spillane: power upside; average to above-average speed; good athlete; plus defender; above-average to plus arm; ability to hit it everywhere; can also play 3B; lesser version of Bohm; 6-5, 210 pounds

2017: .295/.378/.500 – 14 BB/32 K – 3/5 SB – 112 AB
2018: .389/.498/.903 – 36 BB/57 K – 16/24 SB – 175 AB

94 – LHP Garrett McDaniels (Pee Dee Academy, South Carolina): 86-91 FB with sink, 93 peak; 72-76 CB, above-average upside; 78 SL; low-80s CU, above-average upside; Coastal Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 170 pounds

95 – RHP/3B Jaden Hill (Ashdown HS, Arkansas): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average upper-70s CB/SL; 78-82 CU flashes plus; plus athlete; LSU commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds

96 – RHP Lineras Torres (Beach HS, New York): 91-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 78-84 SL/CB, plus upside; 85-87 CU; 88 cut-SL; St. John’s commit; 6-2, 185 pounds

97 – C Austin Wells (Bishop Gorman HS, Nevada): above-average power; average to above-average arm; advanced approach; LHH; Arizona commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

98 – Texas Tech SO RHP Caleb Kilian: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 82-85 CU, plus upside; good 72-76 CB; 79 SL; 6-4, 180 pounds

2017: 8.29 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.55 ERA
2018: 8.14 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 2.30 ERA

99 – Southern Mississippi JR RHP Nick Sandlin: 85-93 FB with plus sink, 95 peak; average 79-86 SL, flashes above-average; 81-85 CU; CB; splitter; good command; sidearmer; FAVORITE; 5-11, 170 pounds

2016: 9.52 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 41.2 IP – 2.38 ERA
2017: 12.72 K/9 – 4.61 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 2.38 ERA
2018: 12.65 K/9 – 1.42 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 1.13 ERA

100 – Kentucky JR OF Tristan Pompey: plus bat speed; plus raw power; above-average arm (average or worse); above-average to plus speed; classic RF profile; D1 comp: Domonic Brown; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: .233/.328/.440 – 20 BB/48 K – 2/2 SB – 150 AB
2017: .361/.464/.541 – 46 BB/56 K – 9/13 SB – 266 AB
2018: .335/.448/.557 – 33 BB/47 K – 10/13 SB – 185 AB

101 – Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Colton Eastman: 87-93 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average mid-70s (73-80 CB) SL/CB, flashes plus; plus 78-85 split-CU; great command; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 8.95 K/9 – 1.79 BB/9 – 100.2 IP – 2.24 ERA
2017: 9.91 K/9 – 4.29 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 2.14 ERA
2018: 9.38 K/9 – 2.26 BB/9 – 103.2 IP – 2.26 ERA

102 – Saint Louis JR RHP Miller Hogan: 88-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; above-average SL; above-average 72-74 CB; 79-82 split-CU; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 7.42 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 3.27 ERA
2017: 7.80 K/9 – 2.30 BB/9 – 90.0 IP – 2.70 ERA
2018: 11.32 K/9 – 1.05 BB/9 – 102.2 IP – 2.19 ERA

103 – TCU JR 1B/RHP Luken Baker: plus raw power; hit over power; great approach; average glove; NOT A COMP, but swing mechanics look like Pujols; BA comp: CJ Cron; 90-95 FB, 96 peak; above-average 82-84 SL with plus upside; CU; FAVORITE; RHH; 6-4, 265 pounds

2016: 7.75 K/9 – 3.03 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 1.70 ERA

2016: .379/.483/.577 – 45 BB/39 K – 1/1 SB – 248 AB
2017: .317/.454/.528 – 40 BB/36 K – 2/2 SB – 161 AB
2018: .319/.443/.575 – 24 BB/18 K – 1/2 SB – 113 AB

104 – Utah JR OF DaShawn Keirsey: easy CF range; plus athlete; above-average to plus speed; above-average power upside; average arm; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .293/.349/.358 – 16 BB/37 K – 11/15 SB – 215 AB
2017: .327/.388/.461 – 19 BB/34 K – 9/14 SB – 217 AB
2018: .386/.440/.609 – 15 BB/32 K – 7/12 SB – 202 AB

105 – Virginia rSO OF Jake McCarthy: plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; good athlete; power upside; good approach; average at best arm, might even be generous; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .368/.429/.368 – 1 BB/5 K – 0/0 SB – 19 AB
2017: .338/.425/.506 – 26 BB/35 K – 27/29 SB – 237 AB
2018: .329/.414/.415 – 10 BB/9 K – 9/9 SB – 82 AB

106 – Texas Tech JR RHP Davis Martin: 87-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; good 82-88 cut-SL, flashes plus; good 76-78 CB; good 82-84 CU; 6-2, 215 pounds

2016: 6.15 K/9 – 2.72 BB/9 – 89.1 IP – 2.52 ERA
2017: 7.57 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 3.07 ERA
2018: 9.55 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 66.0 IP – 4.64 ERA

107 – Florida JR SS/2B Deacon Liput: above-average hit tool; above-average to plus speed; average at best arm; steady glove, plus upside at 2B; good athlete; D1 comp: Nolan Fontana; LHH; 5-10, 190 pounds

2016: .270/.363/.398 – 34 BB/44 K – 13/17 SB – 241 AB
2017: .216/.311/.288 – 31 BB/59 K – 12/18 SB – 222 AB
2018: .301/.384/.492 – 23 BB/38 K – 7/10 SB – 183 AB

108 – Oklahoma State JR 3B/SS Matt Kroon: really good defensive tools; plus arm; good athlete; average to above-average power upside; good speed; can also play 2B and OF; Oregon transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .184/.279/.211 – 8 BB/17 K – 6/8 SB – 76 AB
2018: .302/.425/.559 – 33 BB/50 K – 16/20 SB – 202 AB

109 – Louisville JR 2B/3B Devin Mann: power upside; good athlete; average defender; average speed; average at best arm; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: .303/.414/.404 – 15 BB/21 K – 1/1 SB – 89 AB
2017: .268/.363/.434 – 32 BB/50 K – 9/9 SB – 235 AB
2018: .303/.446/.504 – 59 BB/45 K – 15/18 SB – 228 AB

110 – SS/3B Charles Mack (Williamsville East HS, New York): above-average hit tool; above-average power upside; good speed; also being tried at C; LHH; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 5-11, 185 pounds

111 – RHP/3B Carter Raffield (Bleckley County HS, Georgia): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; 85 CU with plus upside; above-average 78-81 CB; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds

112 – RHP Reese Olson (North Hall HS, Georgia): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; above-average CB; average 83 CU, flashes above-average; good athlete; Georgia Tech commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 160 pounds

113 – South Alabama JR 3B/OF Brendan Donovan: above-average to plus power upside; good speed; good approach; can also play 2B and SS; LHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .293/.401/.377 – 28 BB/30 K – 6/10 SB – 191 AB
2017: .336/.448/.564 – 42 BB/25 K – 8/11 SB – 211 AB
2018: .302/.456/.480 – 50 BB/33 K – 5/9 SB – 202 AB

114 – Rice JR SS/2B Ford Proctor: steady glove; average arm; average speed; above-average power upside; good approach; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .336/.428/.471 – 34 BB/29 K – 6/9 SB – 223 AB
2017: .311/.408/.450 – 39 BB/38 K – 4/6 SB – 238 AB
2018: .346/.431/.515 – 37 BB/46 K – 2/4 SB – 237 AB

115 – Wichita State JR RHP Codi Heuer: 90-94 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 80-85 SL; average CU, flashes above-average; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: 9.88 K/9 – 6.59 BB/9 – 24.2 IP – 9.12 ERA
2017: 8.16 K/9 – 3.73 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 4.42 ERA
2018: 9.31 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 4.31 ERA

116 – Hofstra JR LHP John Rooney: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; average 78-83 SL/CB, flashes above-average; good 78-83 CU; 6-5, 225 pounds

2016: 9.68 K/9 – 4.02 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 5.02 ERA
2017: 9.40 K/9 – 4.81 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 5.36 ERA
2018: 10.23 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 1.23 ERA

117 – Oregon JR RHP Matt Mercer: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 70-75 CB; above-average 77-85 cut-SL, plus upside; above-average 80-85 CU, plus upside; great athlete; reminds me of Braden Shipley; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: 6.98 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 4.28 ERA
2017: 6.01 K/9 – 3.06 BB/9 – 88.1 IP – 3.16 ERA
2018: 8.74 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 4.16 ERA

118 – C/RHP CJ Willis (Ruston HS, Louisiana): plus raw power; plus arm; great athlete; LHH; 89-92 FB; LSU commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

119 – SS/3B Jeremiah Jackson (St. Luke’s Episcopal HS, Alabama): plus athlete; power upside; above-average to plus arm; RHH; Mississippi State commit; 6-0, 170 pounds

120 – SS/RHP Kendall Logan Simmons (Tattnall Square Academy, Georgia): plus bat speed; plus arm; plus raw power; average speed; good approach; RHH; 88-92 FB; low-70s CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-3, 190 pounds

121 – SS/OF Osiris Johnson (Encinal HS, California): plus raw power; plus arm; RHH; Cal State Fullerton commit; 6-1, 185 pounds

122 – RHP Braxton Ashcraft (Robinson HS, Texas): 89-95 FB; 83-86 SL; great athlete; Baylor commit; 6-5, 200 pounds

123 – Maryland JR 2B/OF Nick Dunn: above-average hit tool; above-average raw power; plus approach; average at best speed; average at best glove; average at best arm; FAVORITE; 5-10, 175 pounds

2016: .300/.382/.392 – 25 BB/25 K – 3/3 SB – 227 AB
2017: .261/.345/.384 – 28 BB/23 K – 8/8 SB – 245 AB
2018: .330/.419/.561 – 32 BB/19 K – 3/7 SB – 212 AB

124 – Southern Mississippi rSR 3B/OF Luke Reynolds: steady glove; strong arm; can also play 1B; Mississippi State transfer; “Rooker who can play third,” said somebody who sometimes knows things (i.e., not me); 6-2, 180 pounds

2015: .304/.439/.370 – 21 BB/22 K – 0/0 SB – 92 AB
2018: .400/.562/.727 – 63 BB/52 K – 8/9 SB – 205 AB

125 – UNLV JR OF/3B Kyle Isbel: good approach; average power; average or better speed (plus); CF range; LHH; 5-11, 185 pounds

2016: .319/.376/.444 – 17 BB/42 K – 7/9 SB – 232 AB
2017: .290/.349/.446 – 18 BB/39 K – 5/9 SB – 231 AB
2018: .357/.441/.643 – 34 BB/43 K – 6/9 SB – 238 AB

126 – SS/2B Matt McLain (Beckman HS, California): average to above-average hit tool; RHH; UCLA commit; 5-10, 175 pounds

127 – TCU JR RHP Durbin Feltman: 91-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average 84-87 SL/CB, flashes plus; average 81-83 CU; 6-0, 190 pounds

2016: 12.75 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 1.56 ERA
2017: 11.25 K/9 – 4.56 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.64 ERA
2018: 15.93 K/9 – 2.22 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 0.74 ERA

128 – Maine JR SS Jeremy Pena: average power; good athlete; good defensive tools; above-average to plus speed; plus arm; 6-0, 180 pounds

2016: .283/.336/.356 – 17 BB/38 K – 11/14 SB – 205 AB
2017: .319/.371/.491 – 11 BB/43 K – 9/10 SB – 226 AB
2018: .308/.393/.469 – 27 BB/42 K – 10/11 SB – 211 AB

129 – 3B/SS Hunter Watson (Pottsboro HS, Texas): plus raw power; average to above-average arm; good athlete; LHH; Texas A&M commit; PG comp: Corey Seager; 6-3, 210 pounds

130 – Rhode Island rJR LHP Tyler Wilson: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; average 77-82 CB/SL; average to above-average 74-78 CU; Sean Newcomb comp by me; old Jon Lester comp; 6-4, 225 pounds

2015: 7.76 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 2.17 ERA
2016: 10.73 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 102.1 IP – 2.29 ERA
2017: 6.35 K/9 – 7.94 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 5.82 ERA
2018: 8.63 K/9 – 2.59 BB/9 – 73.0 IP – 3.58 ERA

131 – C/1B Adrian Del Castillo (Gulliver HS, Florida): average hit tool; above-average power; plus arm; average speed; LHH; Miami commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

132 – SS/3B Raynel Delgado (Mater Academy, Florida): plus raw power; strong arm; good defender; BHH; Florida International commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

133 – Kentucky JR C/1B Kole Cottam: above-average to plus raw power; average arm; average at best defender; 6-3, 225 pounds

2016: .278/.337/.378 – 6 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 90 AB
2017: .319/.380/.505 – 15 BB/33 K – 0/0 SB – 188 AB
2018: .352/.438/.667 – 31 BB/49 K – 4/5 SB – 219 AB

134 – Wichita State SR RHP Chandler Sanburn: 91-93 FB; good 83-84 SL; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 7.74 K/9 – 0.97 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 7.23 ERA
2017: 10.45 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 4.58 ERA
2018: 14.20 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 2.94 ERA

135 – Arizona JR C Cesar Salazar: plus defender; above-average arm; above-average power upside; average to above-average speed; can also play 2B and 3B; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-9, 190 pounds

2016: .276/.329/.342 – 16 BB/24 K – 1/1 SB – 196 AB
2017: .284/.373/.398 – 17 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 176 AB
2018: .339/.432/.471 – 21 BB/26 K – 2/7 SB – 189 AB

136 – RHP/1B Grant Holman (Eastlake HS, California): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; 78-80 CU flashes above-average; mid-70s CB; plus raw power; California commit; 6-6, 210 pounds

137 – SS/2B Ryan Bliss (Troup County HS, Georgia): good defender; good athlete; above-average arm; above-average speed; RHH; Auburn commit; BA comp: Nick Allen; FAVORITE; 5-9, 165 pounds

138 – C Adam Hackenberg (Miller HS, Virginia): plus power upside; above-average defensive tools, not there yet; plus to plus-plus arm; RHH; Clemson commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

139 – Oregon State JR SS Cadyn Grenier: good approach; above-average to plus speed; steady glove; above-average to plus arm (average); average to above-average power upside; can also play 3B; PG comp: Darwin Barney; D1 comps: Ryan Theriot and Danny Espinosa; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: .240/.342/.311 – 22 BB/34 K – 1/4 SB – 167 AB
2017: .275/.393/.435 – 35 BB/47 K – 6/11 SB – 200 AB
2018: .330/.419/.471 – 28 BB/43 K – 8/9 SB – 221 AB

140 – RHP Chase Costello (Pompano Beach HS, Florida): 87-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; average to above-average 78-82 SL, plus upside; 79-82 CU, above-average to plus upside; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds

141 – Arkansas JR C/1B Grant Koch: average to above-average power upside, plus for some; average arm; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-0, 205 pounds

2016: .276/.382/.447 – 11 BB/19 K – 0/1 SB – 76 AB
2017: .264/.358/.498 – 33 BB/47 K – 1/2 SB – 235 AB
2018: .250/.368/.400 – 34 BB/36 K – 4/5 SB – 180 AB

142 – Arkansas JR SS Jax Biggers: average hit tool; good speed; good athlete; good glove; average arm; 5-11, 180 pounds

2017: .338/.423/.498 – 30 BB/30 K – 3/4 SB – 213 AB
2018: .286/.394/.406 – 33 BB/25 K – 7/7 SB – 175 AB

143 – RHP Cooper Stinson (Norcross HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 83-84 SL, plus upside; above-average to plus split-CU; Duke commit; 6-6, 235 pounds

144 – California JR RHP/OF Tanner Dodson: 89-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; above-average 80-87 cut-SL, plus upside; above-average 72-76 CB; 83-86 CU; legit hit tool; great athlete; CF range; plus arm; another potential Haseley comp; FAVORITE; 6-1, 175 pounds

2016: 4.24 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.36 ERA
2017: 8.31 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 5.37 ERA
2018: 7.88 K/9 – 1.58 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 2.48 ERA

2017: .299/.360/.457 – 15 BB/25 K – 4/4 SB – 184 AB
2018: .320/.384/.386 – 19 BB/40 K – 12/17 SB – 228 AB

145 – Virginia JR OF Cameron Simmons: out in 2018; above-average to plus speed; power upside; above-average arm; quick bat; really good athlete; good approach; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: .261/.313/.412 – 8 BB/47 K – 3/5 SB – 165 AB
2017: .352/.432/.563 – 23 BB/40 K – 9/11 SB – 213 AB

146 – SS Kelvin Smith (Redan HS, Georgia): average to above-average raw power; above-average speed; above-average defender; average arm; RHH; Missouri commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

147 – RHP Lyon Richardson (Jensen Beach HS, Florida): 89-95 FB, 98 peak; 75-81 CB; Florida commit; 6-2, 185 pounds

148 – RHP Ty Madden (Cypress Ranch HS, Texas): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-85 CU, above-average upside; 79-81 CB/SL, plus upside; Texas commit; 6-3, 180 pounds

149 – Duke JR OF Jimmy Herron: plus to plus-plus speed; above-average to plus CF range; power upside; good approach; inconsistent arm, plays average; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .324/.418/.440 – 29 BB/25 K – 24/28 SB – 207 AB
2017: .326/.412/.474 – 29 BB/34 K – 17/24 SB – 230 AB
2018: .296/.416/.440 – 38 BB/24 K – 21/23 SB – 216 AB

150 – Texas JR 2B/3B Kody Clemens: good hit tool; good speed; good athlete; strong arm; can also play SS; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: .242/.306/.386 – 16 BB/44 K – 4/5 SB – 215 AB
2017: .241/.356/.365 – 29 BB/32 K – 2/2 SB – 170 AB
2018: .341/.431/.687 – 34 BB/41 K – 4/6 SB – 217 AB

151 – Texas Tech JR LHP Steven Gingery: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good 75-81 SL/CB; above-average 78-82 CU, flashes plus; good command; 6-2, 190 pounds

2016: 8.34 K/9 – 4.10 BB/9 – 68.0 IP – 3.18 ERA
2017: 10.55 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 1.58 ERA

152 – Vanderbilt JR RHP Chandler Day: 88-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 76-83 CB; 82-86 split-CU, above-average to plus upside; average low-80s SL; some Buehler here; 6-5, 180 pounds

2016: 9.25 K/9 – 4.27 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 4.26 ERA
2017: 9.12 K/9 – 3.61 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.78 ERA
2018: 11.16 K/9 – 3.97 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 3.22 ERA

153 – Grossmont JC OF Eric De La Rosa: plus raw power; above-average speed; average arm; 6-4, 175 pounds

2018: .434/.527/.875 – 21 BB/25 K – 24/29 SB – 152 AB

154 – Louisville JR LHP Adam Wolf: 87-93 FB; plus 83-87 cutter; average to above-average 79-84 SL, plus upside; 83-85 CU with upside; 76-78 CB; deceptive; 6-6, 220 pounds

2016: 9.69 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 1.38 ERA
2017: 7.63 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 2.18 ERA
2018: 9.56 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 102.2 IP – 2.63 ERA

155 – Louisiana JR RHP Nick Lee: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 82-86 CU, plus upside; good 78-84 SL/CB, flashes plus; FAVORITE; 6-5, 190 pounds

2016: 7.76 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 3.31 ERA
2017: 7.62 K/9 – 4.29 BB/9 – 65.0 IP – 5.12 ERA
2018: 8.49 K/9 – 3.93 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 5.07 ERA

156 – 3B/SS Lency Delgado (Doral Academy, Florida): above-average raw power; plus arm; above-average defensive tools; RHH; Florida International commit; 6-3, 210 pounds

157 – RHP Justin Jarvis (Lake Norman HS, North Carolina): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; 72-75 CB, flashes above-average; CU flashes plus; UNC Wilmington commit; 6-2, 160 pounds

158 – Arkansas rSO RHP Isaiah Campbell: 88-94 FB, 96-97 peak; average to above-average 80-86 cut-SL flashes plus; average 72-78 CB; 81-87 CU; FAVORITE; 6-4, 225 pounds

2016: 6.55 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 3.69 ERA
2018: 9.26 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 4.01 ERA

159 – Morehead State JR SS/2B Reid Leonard: good athlete; strong arm; good glove; can also play 3B; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: .347/.400/.401 – 19 BB/17 K – 2/2 SB – 222 AB
2017: .328/.424/.435 – 39 BB/26 K – 2/3 SB – 253 AB
2018: .344/.468/.464 – 55 BB/27 K – 2/5 SB – 250 AB

160 – Mercer JR LHP Austin Cox: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average 77-80 CB/SL, plus upside; 84-86 CU; cutter; deceptive; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2017: 12.04 K/9 – 4.10 BB/9 – 68.0 IP – 5.69 ERA
2018: 12.74 K/9 – 4.42 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 4.52 ERA

161 – State College of Florida rSO OF/3B CJ Alexander: plus raw power; plus arm; average speed; Ball State transfer; 6-4, 215 pounds

2018: .405/.488/.785 – 34 BB/37 K – 10/15 SB – 205 AB

162 – OF/RHP PJ Hilson (Nettleton HS, Arkansas): above-average hit tool; average power upside; plus to plus-plus speed; BHH; 87-93 FB; Alabama commit; FAVORITE; 5-10, 165 pounds

163 – Miami (Ohio) JR C Hayden Senger: plus defender; strong arm; 6-1, 215 pounds

2016: .269/.336/.431 – 8 BB/17 K – 1/3 SB – 130 AB
2017: .172/.281/.242 – 13 BB/30 K – 1/1 SB – 128 AB
2018: .344/.429/.511 – 19 BB/19 K – 8/14 SB – 180 AB

164 – Kentucky JR RHP Zach Haake: 89-95 FB with sink, 98 peak; average to above-average 80-89 cut-SL (2018: flashes plus 79-86 CB/SL); average to above-average 86-88 CU, flashes plus; Arkansas State transfer; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds

2018: 9.53 K/9 – 5.82 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 8.47 ERA

165 – Hartford JR OF Ashton Bardzell: above-average power upside; above-average to plus speed; good glove; plus arm; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .268/.373/.451 – 22 BB/42 K – 7/8 SB – 142 AB
2017: .343/.457/.619 – 38 BB/32 K – 9/13 SB – 181 AB
2018: .297/.401/.531 – 34 BB/37 K – 9/11 SB – 192 AB

166 – 3B/SS Tim Borden (Our Lady of Providence HS, Indiana): plus raw power; above-average arm; average speed; RHH; Louisville commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

167 – Stanford rSO RHP Tristan Beck: 88-93 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 74-80 CB, can look like a slider at times; average 80-85 split-CU, above-average to plus upside; average 80-85 SL; 87-88 cutter; 6-4, 190 pounds

2016: 8.21 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 2.48 ERA
2018: 7.25 K/9 – 3.08 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 2.98 ERA

168 – Walters State JC rSO SS Hunter Wolfe: plus speed; above-average to plus arm; average power; plus athlete; impressive defensive tools; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2018: .419/.519/.643 – 35 BB/35 K – 41/46 SB – 210 AB

169 – Purdue JR C/OF Nick Dalesandro: good glove; easy plus arm; agile behind plate; great athlete; average to above-average speed; 6-1, 175 pounds

2016: .277/.330/.323 – 15 BB/46 K – 2/3 SB – 195 AB
2017: .297/.357/.387 – 20 BB/40 K – 13/14 SB – 212 AB
2018: .304/.404/.415 – 34 BB/31 K – 26/29 SB – 207 AB

170 – North Carolina JR 2B/3B Kyle Datres: plus arm strength (average); plus bat speed; above-average power; average to above-average speed, plays up; good approach; plus athlete; strong; can also play SS; 88-92 FB; good CB/SL; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .250/.384/.375 – 27 BB/28 K – 6/6 SB – 152 AB
2017: .265/.391/.422 – 29 BB/45 K – 4/7 SB – 230 AB
2018: .339/.430/.487 – 30 BB/33 K – 10/12 SB – 230 AB

171 – RHP Bryce Collins (Hart HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average low-80s CB, above-average upside; average low-80s SL, above-average upside; Arizona commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 175 pounds

172 – LHP Jonathan Childress (Forney HS, Texas): 87-91 FB, 93-94 peak; easy plus CB; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 215 pounds

173 – RHP Mason Englert (Forney HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; 75-77 CB, above-average upside; 80-81 SL, above-average upside; 77-79 CU; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 225 pounds

174 – Arizona JR RHP Cody Deason: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 76-83 CB/SL, flashes plus; average 84-86 CU; good command; deceptive; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 7.19 K/9 – 2.59 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 3.73 ERA
2017: 8.23 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 53.2 IP – 3.86 ERA
2018: 8.31 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 2.87 ERA

175 – SS/3B Zach Gelof (Cape Henlopen HS, Delaware): above-average raw power; above-average defensive tools; above-average speed; RHH; Virginia commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

176 – Cal Poly JR C Nick Meyer: excellent defender; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .301/.374/.370 – 18 BB/13 K – 2/5 SB – 173 AB
2017: .255/.316/.330 – 17 BB/17 K – 6/9 SB – 212 AB
2018: .344/.408/.428 – 18 BB/19 K – 3/5 SB – 215 AB

177 – Seattle rJR LHP Tarik Skubal: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; good 77-81 CB/SL; above-average to plus 82-83 CU; young for class; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-3, 220 pounds

2015: 7.37 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 3.25 ERA
2016: 10.56 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 2.11 ERA
2018: 11.93 K/9 – 6.30 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 4.16 ERA

178 – LHP Jonathan Gates (Nature Coast Tech HS, Florida): 88-92 FB; average 78-84 SL; average 81-85 CU; 75-79 CB; plus command; Miami commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

179 – Coastal Carolina JR RHP Jason Bilous: 87-96 FB with sink, 99-100 peak; average 82-87 CU, flashes plus; above-average 83-87 SL, flashes plus; TJ survivor; young for class; command and control both still all over the place; FAVORITE; 2018: 91-95 FB; 6-2, 180 pounds

2016: 9.48 K/9 – 7.06 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 4.43 ERA
2017: 10.27 K/9 – 7.19 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 4.61 ERA
2018: 11.34 K/9 – 7.13 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 4.00 ERA

180 – North Carolina Greensboro SR RHP Andrew Wantz: 88-92 FB; plus 80-83 split-CU with major sink; good 80-81 SL; 6-4, 240 pounds

2015: 6.23 K/9 – 3.29 BB/9 – 51.2 IP – 5.54 ERA
2016: 11.11 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 2.97 ERA
2017: 8.43 K/9 – 3.43 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 4.08 ERA
2018: 13.25 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 2.95 ERA

181 – Missouri SR RHP Bryce Montes de Oca: 90-96 FB, 100 peak; average 77-82 SL/CB (84-86), flashes above-average to plus; 88-91 split-CU; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-7, 260 pounds

2015: 11.25 K/9 – 10.13 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 6.75 ERA
2017: 8.91 K/9 – 6.24 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 4.30 ERA
2018: 10.71 K/9 – 5.44 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 3.13 ERA

182 – San Jacinto JC FR OF/C Alerick Soularie: CF range; good athlete; average arm; 6-0, 185 pounds

2018: .402/.513/.745 – 39 BB/22 K – 23/28 SB – 184 AB

183 – LHP Brett Hansen (Foothill HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; CB, above-average upside; SL, above-average upside; Vanderbilt commit; 6-4, 190 pounds

184 – East Carolina JR OF Dwanya Williams-Sutton: plus speed; strong; good athlete; 6-1, 220 pounds

2016: .360/.455/.551 – 26 BB/47 K – 7/12 SB – 178 AB
2017: .286/.403/.509 – 16 BB/31 K – 2/4 SB – 112 AB
2018: .336/.488/.582 – 24 BB/30 K – 17/18 SB – 122 AB

185 – Santa Fe JC FR OF Andrew Eyster: plus raw power; average speed; 6-3, 190 pounds

2018: .412/.476/.745 – 25 BB/35 K – 2/2 SB – 204 AB

186 – Auburn SO RHP Davis Daniel: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; 74-78 CB, plus upside; 80-82 SL; 82-85 CU; above-average 85-86 cut-SL; 6-1, 190 pounds

2017: 7.81 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 5.89 ERA
2018: 9.16 K/9 – 4.42 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 5.21 ERA

187 – Kentucky rFR 1B/C TJ Collett: above-average to plus hit tool; above-average power; plus bat speed; good approach; strong arm; questionable glove behind plate; FAVORITE; 6-1, 225 pounds

2017: .087/.192/.217 – 1 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 23 AB
2018: .304/.413/.576 – 18 BB/30 K – 0/0 SB – 125 AB

188 – Illinois State JR SS/2B Owen Miller: plus speed; steady glove; good athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .328/.368/.498 – 14 BB/50 K – 2/2 SB – 235 AB
2017: .325/.351/.498 – 13 BB/44 K – 6/7 SB – 249 AB
2018: .384/.433/.537 – 18 BB/23 K – 8/10 SB – 229 AB

189 – Tennessee SO RHP Zach Linginfelter: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-86 CB/SL, plus upside; 83-88 CU; good athlete; 6-5, 225 pounds

2017: 9.75 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 3.68 ERA
2018: 11.62 K/9 – 6.22 BB/9 – 55.0 IP – 3.93 ERA

190 – Pittsburgh SO RHP RJ Freure: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 79-81 CB; deceptive; 6-1, 200 pounds

2017: 10.89 K/9 – 4.74 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 4.74 ERA
2018: 14.59 K/9 – 5.38 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.30 ERA

191 – RHP Sean Mullen (Stockdale HS, California): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-80 CB/SL; CU; plus athlete; UCLA commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

192 – RHP Jacob Pfennigs (Post Falls HS, Idaho): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; 70 CB; 79 CU; great athlete; Oregon State commit; FAVORITE; 6-7, 185 pounds

193 – OF Jacen Roberson (Garces Memorial HS, California): average to above-average hit tool; average power; above-average to plus speed; plus upside in CF; plus arm; plus athlete; LHH; Cal State Bakersfield commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 175 pounds

194 – Georgia Tech rSO RHP Tristin English: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-87 cut-SL; 73-80 CB; rare 83 CU; great athlete; TJ survivor; 6-3, 215 pounds

2016: .315/.351/.477 – 8 BB/22 K – 0/0 SB – 222 AB
2018: .279/.324/.442 – 8 BB/50 K – 1/2 SB – 226 AB

2018: 8.05 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 4.11 ERA

195 – TCU JR OF Josh Watson: good athlete; strong; above-average power upside; average or better speed; good approach; coach comp: Nick Swisher; BHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 215 pounds

2016: .280/.398/.506 – 43 BB/65 K – 12/15 SB – 243 AB
2017: .239/.370/.309 – 43 BB/64 K – 7/11 SB – 230 AB
2018: .305/.437/.495 – 40 BB/47 K – 8/9 SB – 210 AB

196 – RHP Jack Perkins (Kokomo HS, Indiana): mid-90s FB; above-average SL; Louisville commit; 6-2, 210 pounds

197 – Davidson JR C/3B Eric Jones: above-average hit tool; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .309/.337/.402 – 5 BB/17 K – 0/1 SB – 97 AB
2017: .322/.395/.469 – 24 BB/44 K – 2/3 SB – 245 AB
2018: .333/.443/.577 – 37 BB/36 K – 2/5 SB – 201 AB

198 – California Baptist JR RHP Justin Montgomery: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 82-87 cut-SL with plus upside; plus to plus-plus 81-87 CB; 83-86 CU, plus upside; good athlete; 6-6, 200 pounds

2018: 11.93 K/9 – 6.52 BB/9

199 – Crowder JC SO LHP Aaron Ashby: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average upper-70s to low-80s SL; easy plus mid-70s CB; two breaking balls are better categorized as one (CB) thrown at different speeds for different purposes; 6-2, 185 pounds

2018: 18.80 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 74.2 IP – 2.29 ERA

200 – OF/3B Dexter Jordan (Hattiesburg HS, Mississippi): average hit tool; average speed; average arm; average power; RHH: Louisiana commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

201 – Florida JR RHP Michael Byrne: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 78-86 CU; above-average 77-83 CB/SL; like him as a starter; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 8.44 K/9 – 1.69 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 3.94 ERA
2017: 11.14 K/9 – 1.82 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 1.70 ERA
2018: 9.14 K/9 – 0.79 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 1.99 ERA

202 – Chipola JC SO OF Edmond Americaan: plus speed; easy CF range; above-average arm; LHH; 6-1, 170 pounds

2018: .413/.490/.599 – 29 BB/38 K – 16/21 SB – 247 AB

203 – Louisville JR RHP Sam Bordner: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; good 80-83 SL; CB; average 80-84 CU; good athlete; 6-6, 240 pounds

2016: 9.17 K/9 – 4.17 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 4.15 ERA
2017: 8.05 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 0.41 ERA
2018: 13.55 K/9 – 1.94 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 3.38 ERA

204 – Iowa JR OF/1B Robert Neustrom: plus power upside; average to above-average speed; average arm, plays up; good athlete; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: .307/.389/.405 – 17 BB/34 K – 4/6 SB – 153 AB
2017: .310/.358/.486 – 19 BB/36 K – 10/14 SB – 255 AB
2018: .311/.386/.538 – 25 BB/34 K – 4/6 SB – 212 AB

205 – North Iowa Area JC SO LHP Brandon Williamson: 90-95 FB; average CU; average CB; average SL, above-average upside; 6-5, 200 pounds

2018: 14.18 K/9 – 4.64 BB/9

206 – Louisville rSO RHP Riley Thompson: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; average to above-average 78-86 SL/CB, flashes plus; average 84-88 CU; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-4, 210 pounds

2017: 13.27 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 4.02 ERA
2018: 9.55 K/9 – 6.82 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 6.82 ERA

207 – Oklahoma JR OF Steele Walker: above-average hit tool; good approach; above-average power upside; playable CF range for some, likely destined for a corner; average speed; average at best arm; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: .290/.352/.414 – 19 BB/27 K – 5/5 SB – 210 AB
2017: .333/.413/.541 – 25 BB/39 K – 2/5 SB – 222 AB
2018: .352/.441/.606 – 31 BB/48 K – 7/10 SB – 216 AB

208 – Auburn rJR C Brett Wright: power upside; good athlete; strong arm; FAVORITE; 6-0, 210 pounds

2018: .266/.401/.510 – 37 BB/44 K – 1/4 SB – 192 AB

209 – OF Kendrick Calileo (The First Academy, Florida): average to above-average hit tool; average to above-average power upside; above-average to plus arm; RHH; Florida commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

210 – OF/SS Max Marusak (Amarillo HS, Texas): plus-plus speed; easy plus CF range; average to above-average arm; good athlete; RHH; Texas Tech commit; 6-0, 175 pounds

211 – Arkansas JR OF Eric Cole: good hit tool; plus to plus-plus speed (above-average); good approach; average arm; average defender; BHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .265/.350/.304 – 13 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 102 AB
2017: .282/.349/.413 – 19 BB/25 K – 3/5 SB – 206 AB
2018: .329/.416/.547 – 34 BB/41 K – 4/6 SB – 243 AB

212 – Missouri State JR RHP Dylan Coleman: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; 83-87 CU; average 75-80 CB; average to above-average 80-84 SL, plus upside; 6-6, 240 pounds

2016: 10.21 K/9 – 6.10 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 4.98 ERA
2017: 9.61 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 4.80 ERA
2018: 11.37 K/9 – 5.03 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 3.63 ERA

213 – Georgia SR OF Keegan McGovern: strong hit tool; plus raw power; plus athlete; average speed; average at best arm; LHH; 6-2, 220 pounds

2015: .268/.392/.382 – 27 BB/29 K – 2/2 SB – 157 AB
2016: .263/.374/.395 – 35 BB/46 K – 2/2 SB – 205 AB
2017: .291/.426/.413 – 35 BB/51 K – 1/2 SB – 189 AB
2018: .324/.438/.637 – 36 BB/42 K – 7/8 SB – 204 AB

214 – LHP Easton McMurray (Liberty HS, California): 86-91 FB, 93 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; average CU; LSU commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

215 – Dallas Baptist JR 1B/LHP Kody Funderburk: 87-92 FB with sink; CU; power upside; coach comp (via D1): Darick Hall; 6-4, 240 pounds

2018: 10.11 K/9 – 5.64 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 6.80 ERA

2018: .307/.427/.585 – 43 BB/50 K – 1/1 SB – 205 AB

216 – Arizona State JR OF Gage Canning: above-average arm; plus to plus-plus speed (average); easy CF range; average power upside; great glove; good athlete; D1 tools comp: Adam Eaton; 5-11, 180 pounds

2016: .269/.321/.406 – 13 BB/66 K – 10/14 SB – 197 AB
2017: .332/.366/.538 – 12 BB/41 K – 9/15 SB – 223 AB
2018: .369/.426/.648 – 24 BB/54 K – 8/15 SB – 236 AB

217 – Arizona JR OF/LHP Alfonso Rivas: above-average hit tool, plus upside; average arm; above-average speed; can also play 1B; 86-91 FB; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: 7.50 K/9 – 7.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 3.50 ERA

2016: .247/.329/.332 – 18 BB/38 K – 1/3 SB – 190 AB
2017: .371/.483/.531 – 39 BB/36 K – 3/7 SB – 213 AB
2018: .342/.425/.529 – 28 BB/38 K – 5/5 SB – 225 AB

218 – Whitworth JR RHP Hugh Smith: 92-96 FB, 97 peak; above-average SL; average CU; cutter; 6-10, 215 pounds

2018: 9.62 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9

219 – Florida State JR RHP Cole Sands: 89-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 75-82 CB/SL, flashes above-average; 79-85 CU (also 76-79), flashes above-average; 83-85 cut-SL; 6-3, 215 pounds

2016: 6.47 K/9 – 4.28 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.13 ERA
2017: 7.78 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 5.40 ERA
2018: 10.52 K/9 – 2.99 BB/9 – 75.1 IP – 4.54 ERA

220 – Iowa SR C Tyler Cropley: great athlete; good defender; average arm; power upside; can also play OF; 5-11, 185 pounds

2016: 4.65 K/9 – 2.96 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 4.22 ERA

2017: .268/.371/.459 – 28 BB/41 K – 6/10 SB – 205 AB
2018: .342/.449/.578 – 30 BB/28 K – 4/7 SB – 199 AB

221 – OF Cabera Weaver (South Gwinnett HS, Georgia): plus speed; plus athlete; above-average CF range; Georgia commit; 6-3, 180 pounds

222 – Niagara JR SS Greg Cullen: hitting machine; 5-10, 175 pounds

2016: .305/.363/.394 – 20 BB/24 K – 10/14 SB – 153 AB
2017: .341/.414/.451 – 19 BB/12 K – 7/15 SB – 182 AB
2018: .458/.556/.655 – 38 BB/22 K – 13/15 SB – 177 AB

223 – John Logan JC SO RHP Trey Riley: 92-96 FB, 97 peak; above-average 85-89 SL, plus to plus-plus upside; CB, average upside; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds

2018: 13.56 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9

224 – LSU SO OF/SS Zach Watson: plus-plus speed (above-average); great athlete; easy CF range; average arm; 6-0, 165 pounds

2017: .318/.378/.512 – 17 BB/42 K – 11/16 SB – 217 AB
2018: .307/.364/.471 – 15 BB/44 K – 13/17 SB – 225 AB

225 – Liberty JR C/OF Tre Todd: plus raw power; “like Schwarber defensively”; 6-1, 200 pounds

2018: .315/.479/.553 – 60 BB/61 K – 4/7 SB – 197 AB

226 – Wagner JR C/1B Phil Capra: all he’s done is hit; 5-10, 200 pounds

2016: .289/.352/.417 – 14 BB/19 K – 2/3 SB – 180 AB
2017: .351/.453/.541 – 31 BB/22 K – 5/6 SB – 185 AB
2018: .312/.409/.551 – 35 BB/36 K – 2/3 SB – 205 AB

227 – Le Moyne JR RHP Josiah Gray: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 81-85 SL, plus upside; average 79-84 CU; good athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds

2017: 13.8 K/9 – 1.3 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 0.63 ERA
2018: 10.13 K/9 – 1.93 BB/9

228 – Purdue JR 3B/RHP Jacson McGowan: power upside; can also play 1B; 94 peak; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: .216/.276/.261 – 10 BB/24 K – 0/0 SB – 111 AB
2017: .292/.347/.500 – 17 BB/49 K – 4/5 SB – 216 AB
2018: .302/.448/.545 – 49 BB/48 K – 2/4 SB – 189 AB

229 – OF/SS Micah Bello (Hilo HS, Hawaii): average hit tool; average raw power; above-average arm; average speed; RHH; St. Mary’s commit; 6-0, 165 pounds

230 – Seminole State JC SO SS/RHP Gunnar Halter: 95 FB; good CB, plus upside; good athlete; plus arm; average speed; 6-3, 175 pounds

2018: .394/.508/.829 – 45 BB/39 K – 29/31 SB – 193 AB

231 – LSU SO RHP Zack Hess: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; plus 78-85 SL/CB; 82-91 CU, average upside; 6-6, 215 pounds

2017: 12.33 K/9 – 4.46 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 3.12 ERA
2018: 10.40 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 5.05 ERA

232 – Mississippi State JR OF/LHP Jake Mangum: above-average to plus hit tool; plus to plus-plus speed; above-average to plus arm (below-average); great athlete; easy CF range; BHH; 88-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good CB; good 77-79 CU; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: .408/.458/.510 – 14 BB/20 K – 6/7 SB – 206 AB
2017: .325/.382/.387 – 9 BB/33 K – 14/21 SB – 274 AB
2018: .350/.431/.467 – 25 BB/25 K – 14/16 SB – 246 AB

233 – Oregon State JR OF Steven Kwan: plus to plus-plus speed; above-average arm; good athlete; plus CF range; PG comp: Dave Roberts; 5-9, 170 pounds

2016: .215/.261/.308 – 2 BB/5 K – 0/2 SB – 65 AB
2017: .331/.440/.400 – 30 BB/15 K – 8/10 SB – 160 AB
2018: .348/.464/.442 – 47 BB/13 K – 14/20 SB – 224 AB

234 – Liberty JR OF DJ Artis: above-average to plus speed; average arm; easy CF range; good approach; plus athlete; PG comp: Juan Pierre; have heard John Cangelosi, Brett Butler, Darryl Hamilton, Denard Span; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .369/.500/.464 – 52 BB/28 K – 23/29 SB – 222 AB
2017: .359/.532/.552 – 62 BB/30 K – 23/26 SB – 181 AB
2018: .292/.458/.457 – 52 BB/49 K – 26/30 SB – 219 AB

235 – Indiana JR RHP Jonathan Stiever: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 77-84 SL/CB/kCB; 78-81 CU; plus FB command; would fit in nicely at Fullerton; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: 6.75 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 2.47 ERA
2017: 6.64 K/9 – 1.05 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 4.31 ERA
2018: 8.94 K/9 – 2.80 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 2.89 ERA

236 – Notre Dame JR 3B/2B Nick Podkul: good approach; average defensive tools; can also play 1B and OF; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .288/.413/.352 – 20 BB/25 K – 3/3 SB – 125 AB
2017: .285/.386/.439 – 22 BB/43 K – 10/12 SB – 221 AB
2018: .312/.433/.525 – 33 BB/32 K – 9/11 SB – 202 AB

237 – Texas A&M JR RHP Mitchell Kilkenny: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 77-85 CU, firmer side in 2018; 72-80 CB; average 81-86 SL, above-average to plus upside; above-average to plus 84-91 cutter; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 9.67 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 1.67 ERA
2017: 8.95 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 3.67 ERA
2018: 8.54 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 97.0 IP – 3.34 ERA

238 – Florida State rJR RHP Andrew Karp: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-86 SL; 77-81 CB; above-average 79-83 CU, flashes plus; 6-3, 225 pounds

2016: 5.03 K/9 – 3.78 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 6.91 ERA
2017: 9.50 K/9 – 2.44 BB/9 – 66.1 IP – 4.48 ERA
2018: 10.70 K/9 – 1.88 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 3.97 ERA

239 – UCLA JR LHP Justin Hooper: 89-95 FB, 96 peak; 83-84 SL flashes plus; above-average 82-85 CU; 73-76 CB, flashes above-average; very deceptive; 2017: 88-93 FB; average 78-82 SL; TJ surgery in 11/17; 6-8, 230 pounds

2016: 10.13 K/9 – 14.63 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 18.00 ERA
2017: 10.11 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 3.69 ERA

240 – Morehead State JR OF Niko Hulsizer: good arm; plus power upside; average speed; 6-2, 225 pounds

2016: .357/.419/.607 – 9 BB/30 K – 0/2 SB – 112 AB
2017: .349/.435/.775 – 27 BB/74 K – 3/4 SB – 249 AB
2018: .320/.428/.621 – 21 BB/40 K – 3/3 SB – 169 AB

241 – C/2B Dallas Duarte (Kamehemeha HS, Hawaii): above-average arm; average speed; good athlete; BA comp: Isiah Kiner-Falefa; Hawaii commit; RHH; 5-9, 180 pounds

242 – Morehead State SR 2B/SS Braxton Morris: average hit tool; plus glove; strong arm; good speed; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2015: .305/.396/.390 – 17 BB/27 K – 4/6 SB – 177 AB
2016: .252/.346/.387 – 15 BB/36 K – 5/6 SB – 155 AB
2017: .364/.437/.516 – 15 BB/33 K – 3/7 SB – 225 AB
2018: .367/.443/.547 – 32 BB/26 K – 6/10 SB – 267 AB

243 – Virginia rSO RHP Evan Sperling: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average 73-78 CB; good upper-70s SL; CU; TJ survivor; 6-6, 215 pounds

2017: 10.34 K/9 – 7.05 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 7.51 ERA
2018: 13.07 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 3.64 ERA

244 – 1B John Malcom (Detroit County HS, Michigan): plus raw power; LHH; Vanderbilt commit; 6-4, 220 pounds

245 – Kirkwood JC SO SS/OF Korry Howell: great athlete; average arm; plus to plus-plus speed; annual Roman Quinn comp; 6-2, 180 pounds

2018: .401/.483/.572 – 30 BB/44 K – 40/49 SB – 222 AB

246 – Mississippi rJR RHP Brady Feigl: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 79-84 SL/CB, will show both but SL is ahead; average 80-86 CU, above-average upside; good command; 6-4, 225 pounds

2016: 8.65 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.76 ERA
2017: 9.17 K/9 – 1.70 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 4.08 ERA
2018: 8.79 K/9 – 2.69 BB/9 – 87.0 IP – 3.83 ERA

247 – Kentucky SR OF/3B Luke Heyer: plus arm; plus power upside; could be a fit at C; 6-0, 200 pounds

2017: .262/.342/.492 – 5 BB/19 K – 1/2 SB – 65 AB
2018: .348/.440/.691 – 28 BB/49 K – 9/15 SB – 207 AB

248 – OF/3B Miko Rodriguez (Forest Hills Central HS, Michigan): plus raw power; plus arm; average speed; RHH; Texas A&M commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

249 – OF Denzel Clark (Everest Academy, Ontario): plus CF range; plus speed; Cal State Northridge commit; RHH; BA comp: Tristan Pompey; 6-3, 170 pounds

250 – Ohio State JR RHP Ryan Feltner: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; average to above-average 78-84 SL; average 80-86 CU; 75-77 CB; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: 8.00 K/9 – 3.94 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.06 ERA
2017: 8.19 K/9 – 4.03 BB/9 – 62.2 IP – 6.32 ERA
2018: 8.62 K/9 – 4.31 BB/9 – 85.2 IP – 4.62 ERA

251 – OF Brennen Davis (Basha HS, Arizona): great athlete; above-average to plus speed; above-average arm; RHH; Miami commit; 6-4, 175 pounds

252 – St. John’s rJR 3B/1B John Valente: good hit tool; average arm; can also play OF; 5-11, 185 pounds

2016: .341/.374/.423 – 3 BB/11 K – 4/5 SB – 123 AB
2017: .375/.437/.464 – 23 BB/14 K – 9/11 SB – 224 AB
2018: .356/.398/.477 – 18 BB/11 K – 11/14 SB – 222 AB

253 – Tulane JR OF/LHP Grant Witherspoon: good athlete; above-average raw power; average speed; average arm; can also play 1B; LHH; 86-88 FB; good CU; CB/SL; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: .270/.373/.360 – 33 BB/40 K – 5/8 SB – 211 AB
2017: .305/.377/.427 – 22 BB/38 K – 10/14 SB – 220 AB
2018: .330/.436/.587 – 40 BB/36 K – 13/18 SB – 230 AB

254 – Kent State JR RHP Joey Murray: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 75-80 SL; 70 CB; CU; good command; deceptive; 6-2, 185 pounds

2016: 13.15 K/9 – 4.62 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 3.69 ERA
2017: 13.20 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 1.80 ERA
2018: 13.27 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 95.2 IP – 2.45 ERA

255 – 1B/C Clay Owens (Norco HS, California): above-average hit tool; average power; USC commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

256 – New Mexico State JR RHP Kyle Bradish: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; 85-88 CU; above-average 78-82 CB; 82-84 SL; 6-4, 190 pounds

2016: 8.52 K/9 – 4.47 BB/9 – 86.2 IP – 4.67 ERA
2017: 9.50 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.20 ERA
2018: 12.48 K/9 – 4.90 BB/9 – 101.0 IP – 2.67 ERA

257 – North Carolina JR OF Brandon Riley: good hit tool; above-average speed, plays up; CF range; average arm; good athlete; 6-0, 175 pounds

2016: .294/.355/.423 – 20 BB/28 K – 3/4 SB – 194 AB
2017: .317/.406/.496 – 37 BB/34 K – 10/14 SB – 224 AB
2018: .304/.415/.442 – 43 BB/40 K – 6/11 SB – 217 AB

258 – Washington JR SS/2B AJ Graffanino: quick bat; above-average to plus speed; really good defensive tools; plus arm; good athlete; D1 comp: Ernie Clement; 6-3, 180 pounds

2017: .269/.302/.335 – 10 BB/30 K – 3/5 SB – 197 AB
2018: .349/.429/.442 – 11 BB/6 K – 4/6 SB – 86 AB

259 – UC Santa Barbara rJR SS Clay Fisher: really good glove, flashes plus; average to above-average arm pre-surgery; good athlete; good approach; average to above-average speed; TJ survivor; 6-1, 185 pounds

2015: .240/.295/.296 – 11 BB/33 K – 5/9 SB – 179 AB
2016: .285/.332/.377 – 15 BB/32 K – 14/19 SB – 239 AB
2017: .200/.250/.382 – 3 BB/12 K – 0/1 SB – 55 AB
2018: .294/.338/.425 – 12 BB/28 K – 13/16 SB – 221 AB

260 – SS Addison Barger (King HS, Florida): average power; strong arm; steady glove; LHH; Florida commit; BA comp: Logan Warmoth; 6-0, 175 pounds

261 – OF Preston Hartsell (Corona Del Mar HS, California): plus speed; above-average to plus arm; plus raw power; LHH; USC commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

262 – RHP Franco Aleman (Alonso HS, Florida): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; average 75-78 CB/SL; Florida International commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 215 pounds

263 – New Mexico JR OF/C Jared Mang: above-average hit tool; FAVORITE; 5-9, 210 pounds

2017: .373/.433/.573 – 20 BB/27 K – 4/6 SB – 241 AB
2018: .284/.438/.549 – 19 BB/20 K – 2/3 SB – 102 AB

264 – RHP Blake Burzell (Laguna Beach HS, California): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 78-83 SL/CB; CU; good athlete; Arizona State commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 200 pounds

265 – Walters State rFR C Luke Berryhill: strong arm; power upside; Georgia Southern transfer; 6-2, 220 pounds

2018: .376/.528/.759 – 38 BB/38 K – 7/8 SB – 141 AB

266 – Kansas JR RHP Jackson Goddard: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; good 81-85 CB/SL; 79-85 CU with sink; 6-3, 230 pounds

2017: 8.48 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 79.2 IP – 4.29 ERA
2018: 10.27 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 4.10 ERA

267 – West Virginia JR 2B Kyle Gray: good athlete; average speed; good defender; good arm; 5-10, 175 pounds

2016 .270/.360/.339 – 24 BB/41 K – 10/13 SB – 174 AB
2017: .260/.393/.407 – 44 BB/59 K – 9/17 SB – 204 AB
2018: .374/.462/.677 – 34 BB/41 K – 10/14 SB – 198 AB

268 – Tennessee Tech JR OF Kevin Strohschein: above-average power; average arm; average speed; 94 peak; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .393/.447/.707 – 22 BB/56 K – 2/3 SB – 229 AB
2017: .292/.351/.511 – 22 BB/55 K – 2/2 SB – 264 AB
2018: .400/.456/.702 – 27 BB/35 K – 1/3 SB – 255 AB

269 – SS Alex Bello (City of Hialeah Education Academy, Florida): average hit tool; strong arm; good athlete; RHH; South Florida commit; 5-8, 165 pounds

270 – RHP/3B Owen Sharts (Simi Valley HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 74-77 CB, average upside; average 81-83 CU; Nevada commit; 6-1, 185 pounds

271 – San Diego State JR 3B/1B Jordan Verdon: average hit tool; power upside; good defender; LHH; 6-3, 190 pounds

2016: .284/.382/.400 – 24 BB/24 K – 4/4 SB – 190 AB
2017: .301/.386/.428 – 29 BB/27 K – 2/2 SB – 229 AB
2018: .339/.392/.618 – 18 BB/36 K – 1/2 SB – 233 AB

272 – Hillsborough JC SO OF Aldrich DeJongh: average hit tool; plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; Florida Atlantic transfer; 5-7, 185 pounds

2018: .376/.425/.593 – 20 BB/28 K – 33/40 SB – 226 AB

273 – LSU SO 3B/OF Jake Slaughter: above-average power; above-average speed; strong arm; above-average defensive tools; power upside; quick bat; strong; can literally play anywhere but catcher; 6-2, 200 pounds

2017: .252/.351/.347 – 9 BB/45 K – 2/4 SB – 147 AB
2018: .253/.345/.438 – 19 BB/36 K – 3/3 SB – 178 AB

274 – RHP Tyler Ras (Middletown North HS, New Jersey): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-82 CU; SL; CB; Alabama commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

275 – SS Isaiah Byars (Parkview HS, Georgia): above-average defender; average arm; above-average speed; good athlete; RHH; Alabama commit; 6-1, 180 pounds

276 – Harford JC FR C Spencer Smith: plus raw power; good athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds

2018: .319/.472/.779 – 42 BB/70 K – 12/14 SB – 163 AB

277 – BYU JR OF Brock Hale: above-average hit tool; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .367/.492/.633 – 10 BB/9 K – 2/4 SB – 49 AB
2017: .395/.481/.672 – 27 BB/31 K – 5/5 SB – 195 AB
2018: .342/.425/.551 – 22 BB/30 K – 7/9 SB – 196 AB

278 – LSU JR RHP Caleb Gilbert: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average to plus 82-87 SL, up to 90 in 2017; low- to mid-80s CU; CB; 6-2, 180 pounds

2016: 8.68 K/9 – 4.44 BB/9 – 44.2 IP – 5.04 ERA
2017: 10.34 K/9 – 1.85 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 2.16 ERA
2018: 6.17 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 5.58 ERA

279 – Kentucky SO RHP Chris Machamer: 89-96 FB, 98 peak; 75-80 CB; 85-86 cut-SL; good CU; good athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds

2017: 10.32 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 3.18 ERA
2018: 9.69 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 35.1 IP – 3.06 ERA

280 – LSU JR C Hunter Feduccia: average hit tool; average speed; plus arm; good glove; good athlete; LHH; 6-2, 185 pounds

2018: .238/.381/.385 – 34 BB/32 K – 3/4 SB – 143 AB

281 – OF/2B Jacob Young (Ponte Vedra HS, Florida): plus-plus speed; average arm; Florida commit; 6-0, 160 pounds

282 – SS/RHP Blaze Alexander (IMG Academy, Florida): plus-plus arm; plus speed; good athlete; South Carolina commit; would personally put him on the mound; 6-0, 160 pounds

283 – Grand Canyon JR RHP Jake Wong: 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; average to above-average 76-82 SL/CB, flashes plus; raw 84-87 CU; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: 4.62 K/9 – 4.78 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 4.28 ERA
2017: 5.84 K/9 – 2.86 BB/9 – 78.2 IP – 4.00 ERA
2018: 8.94 K/9 – 2.91 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 2.81 ERA

284 – Notre Dame JR OF/RHP Matt Vierling: good approach; strong arm; CF range; above-average speed; 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 87 cut-SL; CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 10.80 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 3.60 ERA
2017: 5.58 K/9 – 6.37 BB/9 – 11.1 IP – 8.74 ERA

2016: .258/.322/.366 – 20 BB/35 K – 3/5 SB – 213 AB
2017: .330/.398/.549 – 23 BB/40 K – 7/8 SB – 224 AB
2018: .310/.402/.505 – 30 BB/28 K – 5/5 SB – 210 AB)

285 – Oklahoma JR RHP Jake Irvin: 88-93 FB, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 75-84 CB/SL; occasional 84-87 CU (78-80); good athlete; 6-5, 225 pounds

2016: 8.15 K/9 – 4.80 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.47 ERA
2017: 9.47 K/9 – 3.66 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.53 ERA
2018: 10.71 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 91.2 IP – 2.85 ERA

286 – Michigan JR OF Jonathan Engelmann: average power; good speed; plus arm (average); plus bat speed; enough range for CF, best in corner; 6-3, 200 pounds

2017: .259/.341/.339 – 18 BB/26 K – 11/12 SB – 189 AB
2018: .351/.431/.521 – 25 BB/41 K – 21/30 SB – 211 AB

287 – Vanderbilt JR SS/3B Connor Kaiser: plus athlete; above-average to plus glove; plus arm (average); average to above-average speed; good approach; power upside; RHH; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: .261/.362/.311 – 14 BB/22 K – 3/5 SB – 119 AB
2017: .222/.316/.284 – 25 BB/44 K – 4/4 SB – 194 AB
2018: .284/.387/.398 – 30 BB/47 K – 12/14 SB – 201 AB

288 – RHP Adam Kloffenstein (Magnolia HS, Texas): 90-92 FB; low-80s CB/SL; mid-80s CU; TCU commit; 6-5, 220 pounds

289 – OF Trevor Cadd (Martin Luther King HS, California): above-average raw power; average speed; good athlete; RHH; Cal State Fullerton commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

290 – Sam Houston State JR C/OF Andrew Fregia: strong arm; good glove; above-average speed; good athlete; CF range; can also play 3B and SS; 6-0, 175 pounds

2016: .274/.328/.516 – 12 BB/66 K – 9/12 SB – 223 AB
2017: .302/.356/.450 – 19 BB/60 K – 14/17 SB – 278 AB
2018: .328/.384/.585 – 17 BB/46 K – 11/17 SB – 229 AB

291 – North Carolina State JR OF Brett Kinneman: average to above-average speed; average to above-average arm; above-average power upside; good approach; great athlete; enough CF range, best in corner; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .296/.405/.526 – 24 BB/38 K – 2/2 SB – 135 AB
2017: .282/.372/.502 – 29 BB/64 K – 4/4 SB – 209 AB
2018: .279/.394/.607 – 42 BB/61 K – 9/12 SB – 219 AB

292 – Elon JR SS/2B Ryne Ogren: good approach; steady defender; strong arm; 5-11, 185 pounds

2016: .292/.404/.406 – 28 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 192 AB
2017: .350/.411/.498 – 20 BB/31 K – 3/3 SB – 223 AB
2018: .338/.451/.457 – 44 BB/21 K – 6/6 SB – 219 AB

293 – Gonzaga rJR RHP Daniel Bies: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; good 83 SL; 80 CU; 73-74 CB; TJ survivor; 6-8, 250 pounds

2016: 9.86 K/9 – 9.86 BB/9 – 7.1 IP – 4.91 ERA
2017: 6.60 K/9 – 5.20 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 5.20 ERA
2018: 9.96 K/9 – 2.01 BB/9 – 112.0 IP – 2.49 ERA

294 – 3B/RHP Cade Hungate (Abingdon HS, Virginia): above-average to plus raw power; 92 FB; RHH; Florida State commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

295 – Clemson SR C/1B Chris Williams: plus power upside; good defender; average to above-average arm; good athlete; has also played 3B and OF; old PG comp: Mike Napoli; 6-1, 225 pounds

2016: .245/.342/.413 – 18 BB/51 K – 2/2 SB – 184 AB
2017: .263/.322/.575 – 14 BB/36 K – 2/2 SB – 179 AB
2018: .275/.391/.554 – 38 BB/48 K – 3/3 SB – 222 AB

296 – LSU JR OF Antoine Duplantis: quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed (above-average); above-average arm (below-average); easy CF range; quick bat; power upside (below-average); great approach; old Andrew Stevenson comp; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2016: .327/.404/.419 – 33 BB/25 K – 13/20 SB – 272 AB
2017: .320/.362/.406 – 16 BB/29 K – 19/23 SB – 281 AB
2018: .336/.387/.450 – 21 BB/30 K – 18/25 SB – 262 AB

297 – USC JR OF Lars Nootbaar: plus athlete; quick bat; above-average power upside; average speed; good approach; 6-3, 215 pounds

2016: .238/.320/.314 – 13 BB/22 K – 0/2 SB – 105 AB
2017: .313/.419/.510 – 36 BB/33 K – 2/8 SB – 198 AB
2018: .249/.357/.373 – 34 BB/37 K – 2/4 SB – 201 AB

298 – Florida State JR LHP Tyler Holton: out in 2018 (TJ); 85-90 FB, 92 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; above-average 76-80 CU, flashes plus; above-average FB command; great athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 11.18 K/9 – 4.39 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.79 ERA
2017: 10.86 K/9 – 2.34 BB/9 – 119.1 IP – 2.34 ERA

299 – South Carolina JR OF TJ Hopkins: good athlete; power upside; strong arm; above-average to plus speed; CF range; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .322/.388/.405 – 14 BB/37 K – 8/11 SB – 121 AB
2018: .345/.448/.496 – 19 BB/27 K – 14/16 SB – 119 AB

300 – OF TJ Reeves (Hueytown HS, Alabama): above-average raw power; above-average speed; CF range; great athlete; RHH; Alabama commit; 5-11, 185 pounds

301 – SS Kenen Irizarry (PR Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): good approach; above-average speed; good defensive tools; strong arm; LHH; 6-0, 160 pounds

302 – Florence Darlington Tech SO C Gabe Austin: plus raw power; plus arm; 6-1, 200 pounds

2018: .333/.409/.632 – 11 BB/27 K – 1/1 SB – 117 AB

303 – Oregon State SR RHP Drew Rasmussen: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; good 80-87 SL, flashes plus; average 83-87 CU with upside; 87-87 splitter; 87-88 cutter; inconsistent command; TJ surgery (4/16 and 9/17); 2017: 92-96 FB; average 85-86 CU; average 82-87 SL; 6-2, 225 pounds

2015: 6.96 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 106.0 IP – 2.80 ERA
2017: 9.17 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 0.83 ERA

304 – Louisville rSO RHP Bryan Hoeing: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 78-80 CB/SL; above-average 81-83 CU, plus upside; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-6, 225 pounds

2017: 7.61 K/9 – 5.49 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 5.06 ERA
2018: 6.69 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 2.88 ERA

305 – Cal State Fullerton JR OF Ruben Cardenas: good athlete; average to above-average speed; plus power upside; plus arm; 6-2, 190 pounds

2016: .233/.301/.419 – 12 BB/31 K – 7/8 SB – 129 AB
2017: .293/.354/.552 – 4 BB/12 K – 3/4 SB – 58 AB
2018: .295/.360/.427 – 19 BB/28 K – 12/16 SB – 220 AB

306 – Pittsburgh rJR SS Liam Sabino: above-average speed; good glove; good athlete; Vanderbilt transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .240/.231/.320 – 0 BB/7 K – 2/2 SB – 25 AB
2016: .302/.400/.419 – 3 BB/9 K – 4/4 SB – 43 AB
2018: .286/.396/.595 – 36 BB/79 K – 18/22 SB – 210 AB

307 – New Mexico JC SO OF Avery Tuck: plus raw power; above-average speed; San Diego State transfer; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

2018: .385/.477/.721 – 27 BB/56 K – 12/13 SB – 179 AB

308 – Clemson JR RHP Ryley Gilliam: 88-92 FB, 94-96 peak; plus 77-81 CB; 87-90 cutter, plus upside; 5-10, 175 pounds

2016: 4.65 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 6.10 ERA
2017: 12.86 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 35.0 IP – 2.57 ERA
2018: 13.14 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 0.99 ERA

309 – Illinois JR RHP Joey Gerber: 92-96 FB; CU; above-average 81-85 SL; deceptive; 6-4, 215 pounds

2017: 11.73 K/9 – 5.45 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.36 ERA
2018: 14.16 K/9 – 4.41 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 3.14 ERA

310 – Vanderbilt rFR RHP Reid Schaller: 90-96 FB, 99 peak; 84-87 SL; CU; deceptive; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds

2018: 12.18 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 4.05 ERA

311 – Rutgers JR OF Jawuan Harris: plus athlete; plus speed; easy CF range; average arm; strong; PG comp: Rajai Davis; FAVORITE; 5-9, 190 pounds

2017: .269/.377/.468 – 31 BB/56 K – 23/30 SB – 186 AB
2018: .246/.375/.387 – 28 BB/47 K – 22/27 SB – 142 AB

312 – San Diego State SR SS/RHP David Hensley: strong arm; good defender; power upside; can play literally everywhere but C; 89-91 FB; 6-6, 185 pounds

2015: .257/.338/.343 – 6 BB/29 K – 1/3 SB – 70 AB
2016: .276/.327/.323 – 14 BB/39 K – 6/8 SB – 192 AB
2017: .357/.409/.486 – 17 BB/35 K – 7/8 SB – 210 AB
2018: .314/.384/.415 – 27 BB/35 K – 6/8 SB – 236 AB

313 – Virginia JR 2B/SS Andy Weber: good athlete; average speed; steady glove; can also play 3B; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .269/.314/.323 – 6 BB/10 K – 0/0 SB – 93 AB
2017: .278/.349/.396 – 20 BB/25 K – 4/5 SB – 187 AB
2018: .344/.415/.536 – 22 BB/32 K – 4/4 SB – 209 AB

314 – State College of Florida JC SO LHP Zach Attianese: 87-90 FB; above-average to plus CB; average to above-average CU; North Carolina transfer; 6-2, 190 pounds

2018: 9.61 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9

315 – Duke JR C Chris Proctor: average or better arm (plus); above-average defensive tools; average raw power; good athlete; 6-1, 180 pounds

2016: .281/.351/.310 – 16 BB/27 K – 0/4 SB – 171 AB
2017: .255/.305/.309 – 12 BB/26 K – 3/3 SB – 149 AB
2018: .287/.372/.407 – 26 BB/35 K – 11/13 SB – 209 AB

316 – Azusa Pacific JR RHP Isaiah Carranza: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-84 split-CU; 75-79 CB; plus 80-85 SL; good command; good athlete; Oregon transfer; Conroy comp: Samardzija; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

2016: 4.68 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.63 ERA
2018: 10.46 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9

317 – State College of Florida SO OF Jaren Shelby: average power; average speed; RHH: 5-11, 190 pounds

2017: .284/.378/.442 – 21 BB/63 K – 12/18 SB – 215 AB
2018: .343/.490/.602 – 54 BB/55 K – 35/44 SB – 216 AB

318 – Morehead State SR 3B/OF Eli Boggess: average hit tool; good speed; 5-11, 200 pounds

2017: .425/.487/.599 – 19 BB/14 K – 3/6 SB – 207 AB
2018: .321/.352/.460 – 9 BB/14 K – 5/5 SB – 215 AB

319 – Connecticut JR C Zac Susi: average raw power; above-average defensive tools; above-average to plus arm; average speed; good athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: .250/.338/.297 – 21 BB/26 K – 2/2 SB – 172 AB
2017: .286/.362/.376 – 27 BB/36 K – 0/1 SB – 213 AB
2018: .328/.410/.399 – 24 BB/28 K – 2/3 SB – 198 AB

320 – South Florida JR 2B/3B David Villar: plus raw power; strong arm; good athlete; strong; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .239/.305/.390 – 19 BB/62 K – 0/0 SB – 205 AB
2017: .294/.421/.453 – 41 BB/62 K – 0/0 SB – 214 AB
2018: .379/.473/.670 – 28 BB/54 K – 1/1 SB – 206 AB

321 – San Diego JR LHP Nick Sprengel: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; above-average 78-85 SL, flashes plus; 76-78 CB (?); good 78-87 CU; deceptive; coach comp (via D1): Jon Lester; 2018: 86-92 FB; 78-82 CU; 76-84 SL; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: 9.65 K/9 – 2.62 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 5.92 ERA
2017: 9.44 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.29 ERA
2018: 12.31 K/9 – 7.24 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 11.33 ERA

322 – Seattle rJR LHP Nick Meservey: 86-92 FB, 94-95 peak; easy plus FB; average or better 75-80 CB; average or better 79-81 CU; good command; fearless with offspeed; very easy velocity; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 10.71 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 4.71 ERA
2016: 8.75 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 81.1 IP – 2.32 ERA
2017: 6.43 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 3.86 ERA
2018: 6.68 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 5.26 ERA

323 – Western Michigan JR SS Connor Smith: above-average to plus speed; good athlete;

2016: .336/.363/.379 – 7 BB/13 K – 12/20 SB – 211 AB
2017: .339/.394/.480 – 14 BB/25 K – 8/10 SB – 221 AB
2018: .338/.403/.455 – 20 BB/30 K – 8/13 SB – 198 AB

324 – St. John’s JR 2B/3B Josh Shaw: great athlete; above-average speed; can also play SS; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .297/.312/.367 – 7 BB/15 K – 7/9 SB – 229 AB
2017: .288/.350/.384 – 16 BB/18 K – 2/3 SB – 219 AB
2018: .309/.359/.406 – 12 BB/11 K – 2/6 SB – 217 AB

325 – California rSO OF Brandon McIlwain: South Carolina transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds

326 – Alabama Alabama JR 2B/SS Cobie Vance: good glove; good speed; good approach; can also play 3B; plus athlete; 5-8, 180 pounds

2016: .258/.345/.329 – 25 BB/27 K – 2/5 SB – 225 AB
2017: .298/.362/.361 – 23 BB/22 K – 2/4 SB – 205 AB
2018: .293/.401/.431 – 36 BB/27 K – 7/11 SB – 225 AB

327 – Dallas Baptist JR C Garrett Wolforth: above-average to plus arm; power upside; good athlete; good defensive tools; average speed; BHH; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: .259/.326/.358 – 8 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 81 AB
2017: .289/.366/.466 – 21 BB/43 K – 3/3 SB – 204 AB
2018: .237/.329/.400 – 21 BB/43 K – 2/3 SB – 190 AB

328 – Florida State rJR RHP Cobi Johnson: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; plus 73-74 CB; average CU; 81-83 cut-SL; TJ survivor; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: 9.08 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 7.21 ERA
2016: 10.00 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 3.50 ERA
2018: 11.97 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 3.54 ERA

329 – North Carolina JR C/RHP Cody Roberts: plus to plus-plus arm strength; above-average raw power; great athlete; 90-93 FB; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .256/.323/.315 – 15 BB/30 K – 3/3 SB – 168 AB
2017: .268/.371/.374 – 26 BB/29 K – 5/5 SB – 198 AB
2018: .277/.374/.391 – 25 BB/48 K – 4/8 SB – 184 AB

330 – SS Brandon Davis-Micheu (John Curtis Christian HS, Louisiana): plus speed; plus athlete; RHH; Tennessee commit; 5-11, 165 pounds

331 – San Jacinto JC FR RHP Trey Dillard: 91-95 FB, 98 peak; plus 82-87 CB/SL; 6-2, 215 pounds

2018: 14.14 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9

332 – Wallace-Dothan JC FR OF Oraj Anu: plus power upside; above-average to plus speed; good athlete; 6-3, 215 pounds

2018: .390/.428/.665 – 13 BB/39 K – 5/6 SB – 200 AB

333 – Florida SR 1B/C JJ Schwarz: above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; average arm; RHH; 6-2, 215 pounds

2015: .332/.398/.629 – 28 BB/46 K – 1/1 SB – 256 AB
2016: .290/.397/.456 – 45 BB/54 K – 2/4 SB – 252 AB
2017: .269/.369/.449 – 35 BB/54 K – 6/7 SB – 269 AB
2018: .325/.404/.601 – 28 BB/53 K – 4/7 SB – 203 AB

334 – SS/RHP Mateo Gil (Timber Creek HS, Texas): steady glove; average arm; good approach; 92 FB; TCU commit; BA comp: Luke Wakamatsu; 6-1, 180 pounds

335 – Texas A&M JR 2B/OF Michael Helman: above-average speed; above-average defender; RHH; 6-1, 190 pounds

2018: .369/.452/.520 – 28 BB/29 K – 12/14 SB – 244 AB

336 – Tennessee Tech SR 3B Trevor Putzig: average hit tool; good glove; strong arm; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .283/.361/.330 – 12 BB/12 K – 4/4 SB – 106 AB
2016: .308/.370/.503 – 15 BB/26 K – 2/3 SB – 159 AB
2017: .394/.441/.568 – 22 BB/22 K – 1/1 SB – 236 AB
2018: .310/.425/.609 – 41 BB/39 K – 5/5 SB – 197 AB

337 – Washington JR C/3B Willie MacIver: above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; steady glove; good athlete; good approach; good speed; can also play OF; 6-1, 215 pounds

2017: .292/.372/.385 – 20 BB/37 K – 1/2 SB – 192 AB
2018: .240/.333/.328 – 15 BB/26 K – 3/6 SB – 125 AB

338 – North Carolina SO RHP Austin Bergner: 87-95 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 82-89 CU (inconsistent), plus upside; average 74-79 CB/SL; 6-4, 200 pounds

2017: 8.44 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 3.00 ERA
2018: 9.44 K/9 – 3.88 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 4.26 ERA

339 – North Carolina JR RHP Rodney Hutchison: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; plus CU; average 80-86 SL; deceptive; 6-6, 240 pounds

2016: 8.47 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 5.82 ERA
2017: 8.14 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 4.14 ERA
2018: 8.31 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 56.1 IP – 4.79 ERA

340 – Wichita State SR C Gunnar Troutwine: good glove; average power; 6-2, 225 pounds

2015: .298/.404/.405 – 17 BB/26 K – 2/2 SB – 121 AB
2016: .278/.371/.439 – 28 BB/60 K – 1/1 SB – 198 AB
2017: .224/.333/.263 – 9 BB/14 K – 0/0 SB – 76 AB
2018: .302/.413/.505 – 34 BB/38 K – 1/1 SB – 182 AB

341 – West Virginia rSO RHP Michael Grove: 90-95 FB; good 84-86 CB/SL; TJ surgery (June 2017); 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 11.20 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 3.40 ERA
2017: 11.68 K/9 – 2.87 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 2.87 ERA

342 – UC Santa Barbara JR RHP Noah Davis: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; plus splitter; good 74-76 CB; 83-86 SL; 89-90 CU; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 6.86 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 82.2 IP – 4.46 ERA
2017: 7.17 K/9 – 2.43 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 4.63 ERA
2018: 11.51 K/9 – 6.28 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 5.19 ERA

343 – UCLA rSO RHP Kyle Molnar: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 76-79 CB; above-average to plus splitter; SL with above-average upside; 82-86 CU flashes plus; TJ survivor; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 8.53 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 3.32 ERA

344 – Chipola JC SO SS/2B Morgan McCullough: Oregon transfer; LHH; 5-9, 175 pounds

2018: .381/.471/.566 – 39 BB/36 K – 8/10 SB – 226 AB

345 – Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Brett Conine: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 80-83 CU, flashes above-average; average to above-average 75-80 CB; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds

2016: 7.20 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 5.10 ERA
2017: 8.54 K/9 – 1.19 BB/9 – 45.1 IP – 1.39 ERA
2018: 9.35 K/9 – 1.77 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 4.29 ERA

346 – Missouri JR LHP Michael Plassmeyer: 85-92 FB; above-average 79-82 CU; average to above-average 77-80 CB/SL; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 6.52 K/9 – 1.40 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 5.12 ERA
2017: 9.00 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 4.83 ERA
2018: 10.15 K/9 – 1.68 BB/9 – 91.1 IP – 3.05 ERA

347 – Maryland JR OF Marty Costes: great athlete; good approach; average speed, can show a tick more and a tick less; average or better arm; above-average power upside; coach comp: Ron Gant; best fit in an outfield corner, likely LF; reminds me some of Phil Ervin; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-9, 200 pounds

2016: .263/.363/.479 – 28 BB/40 K – 0/1 SB – 190 AB
2017: .322/.429/.548 – 34 BB/47 K – 5/5 SB – 239 AB
2018: .235/.382/.374 – 34 BB/34 K – 10/12 SB – 179 AB

348 – OF Kyle Hess (Donegal HS, Pennsylvania): average raw power; above-average speed; average arm; LHH; Pittsburgh commit; 6-0, 190 pounds

349 – UCLA JR RHP Jonathan Olsen: 87-92 FB; good 75-80 CB; good 83-84 CU; plus 77-83 SL; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 3.44 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 7.36 ERA
2017: 8.47 K/9 – 3.28 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 2.86 ERA
2018: 8.81 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 2.20 ERA

350 – Wright State rSO RHP Ryan Weiss: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 78-82 SL; average 72-77 CB; 80-87 CU; good athlete; 6-4, 200 pounds

2017: 8.13 K/9 – 2.03 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 2.13 ERA
2018: 8.65 K/9 – 1.46 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 3.40 ERA

351 – Duke JR SS/2B Zack Kone: good approach; power upside; steady glove; above-average to plus speed (average); average to above-average arm (below-average); can also play 3B; TJ survivor; RHH; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: .272/.319/.319 – 12 BB/34 K – 5/10 SB – 213 AB
2017: .291/.345/.359 – 16 BB/34 K – 12/18 SB – 234 AB
2018: .280/.340/.418 – 18 BB/36 K – 5/6 SB – 232 AB

352 – 3B/SS Brandon Howlett (Jenkins HS, Florida): average arm; RHH; Florida State commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

353 – RHP Ethan Reed (Aliso Niguel HS, California): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; 85-87 CU; average 74-77 CB, above-average upside; USC commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

354 – RHP/3B Davis Sharpe (Mill Creek HS, Georgia): 88-91 FB; above-average to plus mid-70s SL/CB; low-80s CU; Clemson commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

355 – LHP Will Shirah (Fannin County HS, Georgia): 87-92 FB; 78-80 SL, above-average upside; above-average 73 CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

356 – Vanderbilt JR OF/2B Alonzo Jones: easy plus speed; average arm; plus range at 2B, can also play SS; 5-10, 200 pounds

2016: .285/.371/.418 – 24 BB/47 K – 10/12 SB – 165 AB
2017: .221/.357/.295 – 18 BB/28 K – 3/4 SB – 95 AB
2018: .236/.328/.382 – 14 BB/32 K – 16/16 SB – 110 AB

357 – RHP Austin Elliott (Cape Henlopen HS, Delaware): 87-91 FB; CB flashes plus; North Carolina commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

358 – South Florida JR LHP Andrew Perez: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; average 77-80 SL/CB, flashes plus; good 78 CU; deceptive; 6-1, 220 pounds

2016: 10.59 K/9 – 7.65 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 6.75 ERA
2017: 11.82 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 39.2 IP – 2.72 ERA
2018: 11.28 K/9 – 2.82 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 2.58 ERA

359 – Wofford SR LHP Adam Scott: 85-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 78-84 CU; average 80-83 cut-SL; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: 6.97 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 3.68 ERA
2017: 10.42 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 4.92 ERA
2018: 11.94 K/9 – 1.57 BB/9 – 103.1 IP – 3.14 ERA

360 – UNC Wilmington JR RHP Alex Royalty: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; good 74-78 CB; good 80-83 CU; low-80s SL; 83-84 split-CU; 6-4, 200 pounds

2016: 7.07 K/9 – 2.73 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.71 ERA
2017: 9.70 K/9 – 2.29 BB/9 – 98.1 IP – 3.20 ERA
2018: 8.69 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 88.0 IP – 3.99 ERA

361 – C Matheu Nelson (Calvary Christian HS, Florida): above-average to plus arm; above-average defensive tools; average raw power; RHH; Florida State commit; 5-11, 200 pounds

362 – Central Florida SO 1B/RHP Rylan Thomas: good hit tool; power upside; can also play 3B; 90-94 FB; good cutter; 5-11, 235 pounds

2017: .303/.359/.530 – 15 BB/86 K – 9/10 SB – 234 AB
2018: .343/.447/.587 – 36 BB/63 K – 4/7 SB – 213 AB

363 – Mississippi State JR RHP Keegan James: 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; good 81-85 CU; above-average 75-78 SL; CB; cutter; TJ survivor; 6-3, 225 pounds

2018: 8.94 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 4.68 ERA

364 – Wichita State JR 2B/OF Luke Ritter: average raw power; good approach; average to above-average speed; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .272/.372/.373 – 23 BB/32 K – 2/4 SB – 169 AB
2017: .223/.348/.349 – 26 BB/47 K – 0/0 SB – 166 AB
2018: .341/.420/.484 – 24 BB/43 K – 6/6 SB – 223 AB

365 – Washington JR RHP Joe DeMers: 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average 79-83 SL, flashes plus; above-average 84-86 CU (2018: 78-80), flashes plus; 75-76 CB; command of four pitches; PG comp: Keegan Thompson; 6-2, 230 pounds

2017: 5.89 K/9 – 2.27 BB/9 – 99.1 IP – 3.35 ERA
2018: 7.07 K/9 – 1.51 BB/9 – 113.1 IP – 2.46 ERA

366 – Central Michigan JR OF Daniel Robinson: easy plus speed; average raw power; plus athlete; average at best arm; 6-2, 215 pounds

2016: .231/.316/.260 – 22 BB/24 K – 5/5 SB – 208 AB
2017: .305/.389/.362 – 31 BB/27 K – 22/29 SB – 246 AB
2018: .300/.410/.410 – 40 BB/23 K – 11/16 SB – 217 AB

367 – 1B/RHP Tony Bullard (North HS, California): plus raw power; 86-90 FB; average CB; 85-87 cut-SL; upper-70s SL; Arizona commit; 6-5, 200 pounds

368 – RHP Alex Franklin (Bloomington South HS, Indiana): 90-93 FB with sink; 76-78 SL, above-average upside; Indiana commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

369 – George Washington SR 3B Isaiah Pasteur: plus speed; great athlete; strong arm; Indiana transfer; 6-2, 180 pounds

2015: .213/.275/.348 – 11 BB/40 K – 5/6 SB – 141 AB
2016: .192/.284/.256 – 15 BB/36 K – 9/12 SB – 125 AB
2018: .331/.398/.589 – 26 BB/56 K – 31/34 SB – 236 AB

370 – Arkansas JR OF/1B Luke Bonfield: good approach; above-average power upside; 6-3, 215 pounds

2015: .177/.346/.194 – 16 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 62 AB
2016: .304/.402/.509 – 26 BB/41 K – 0/2 SB – 171 AB
2017: .294/.366/.448 – 30 BB/44 K – 1/3 SB – 248 AB
2018: .301/.445/.503 – 39 BB/34 K – 1/1 SB – 173 AB

371 – Valparaiso JR C Scott Kapers: plus defensive tools; average arm; average speed; good athlete; 5-10, 185 pounds

2016: .196/.278/.257 – 10 BB/20 K – 0/1 SB – 148 AB
2017: .268/.346/.341 – 15 BB/25 K – 2/3 SB – 179 AB
2018: .263/.354/.383 – 14 BB/26 K – 0/0 SB – 175 AB

372 – Texas A&M SR RHP Cason Sherrod: 88-96 FB with plus sink, 98 peak (2018: 91-96 FB); 80-86 SL, average or better upside; 82-83 CU flashes above-average; 75-78 CB, flashes above-average; 6-4, 215 pounds

2016: 8.50 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2017: 7.84 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 2.89 ERA
2018: 8.87 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.98 ERA

373 – Louisiana SR RHP Logan Stoelke: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; good CU; SL; splitter; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 185 pounds

2015: 7.36 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 1.64 ERA
2018: 9.73 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 2.97 ERA

374 – Troy SR SS Matt Sanders: good athlete; good glove; 5-8, 175 pounds

2015: .247/.294/.379 – 10 BB/35 K – 7/8 SB – 182 AB
2016: .317/.381/.407 – 18 BB/18 K – 3/4 SB – 167 AB
2017: .303/.380/.412 – 25 BB/20 K – 15/19 SB – 238 AB
2018: .378/.463/.538 – 44 BB/33 K – 26/34 SB – 262 AB

375 – Mississippi JR OF/1B Ryan Olenek: plus athlete; above-average speed; strong arm; can also play 3B, 2B, and SS; 6-5, 180 pounds

2016: .265/.327/.324 – 11 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 185 AB
2017: .272/.317/.398 – 8 BB/29 K – 10/13 SB – 206 AB
2018: .363/.401/.482 – 9 BB/16 K – 9/16 SB – 226 AB

376 – Georgia JR OF/1B Michael Curry: good hit tool; above-average power upside; good approach; strong; good arm; good defender behind plate, difficulty throwing at moment but some hope he can catch again; RHH; 5-11, 210 pounds

2016: .262/.313/.462 – 11 BB/61 K – 0/0 SB – 195 AB
2017: .297/.384/.484 – 29 BB/42 K – 0/0 SB – 219 AB
2018: .318/.396/.491 – 28 BB/50 K – 1/1 SB – 220 AB

377 – Vanderbilt JR OF/1B Stephen Scott: above-average power upside; good approach; average speed; good athlete; LHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .091/.200/.091 – 3 BB/6 K – 1/1 SB – 22 AB
2017: .227/.347/.311 – 20 BB/32 K – 3/3 SB – 119 AB
2018: .253/.407/.567 – 29 BB/46 K – 5/7 SB – 150 AB

378 – Arizona Western JC SO 3B/1B Sean Roby: plus power; strong arm; 6-2, 215 pounds

2018: .356/.429/.739 – 21 BB/48 K – 15/18 SB – 222 AB

379 – OF Ryan Holgate (Davis HS, California): plus power upside; average at best arm; LHH; Arizona commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

380 – South Florida JR 1B/C Joe Genord: plus raw power; strong arm; good approach; RHH; 6-2, 215 pounds

2016: .270/.325/.428 – 9 BB/40 K – 0/0 SB – 152 AB
2017: .259/.350/.439 – 23 BB/44 K – 0/0 SB – 228 AB
2018: .317/.407/.653 – 19 BB/32 K – 0/0 SB – 167 AB

381 – Middle Tennessee State JR OF Austin Dennis: power upside; average speed; good arm; CF range; can also play SS and 3B; 5-11, 170 pounds

2016: .290/.349/.373 – 14 BB/24 K – 5/8 SB – 217 AB
2017: .296/.370/.456 – 26 BB/28 K – 13/13 SB – 206 AB
2018: .345/.417/.485 – 27 BB/24 K – 25/28 SB – 229 AB

382 – UCLA SR RHP Jake Bird: 88-93 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 81-87 cut-SL; average 75-78 CB; average 80-84 CU with plus upside; 85-86 cutter; good command; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: 3.46 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 1.38 ERA
2016: 4.25 K/9 – 3.48 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 6.36 ERA
2017: 10.11 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 2.75 ERA
2018: 4.92 K/9 – 2.66 BB/9 – 111.2 IP – 2.18 ERA

383 – Vanderbilt JR 2B/SS Ethan Paul: average or better hit tool; good approach; average to above-average glove; average raw power; average to above-average speed; average arm; LHH; 5-10, 185 pounds

2016: .305/.406/.485 – 22 BB/47 K – 9/13 SB – 167 AB
2017: .251/.336/.412 – 18 BB/47 K – 5/7 SB – 199 AB
2018: .236/.354/.429 – 26 BB/60 K – 16/17 SB – 212 AB

384 – Tennessee Tech SR 1B Chase Chambers: power upside; plus defensive upside; 6-1, 250 pounds

2015: .254/.381/.415 – 32 BB/47 K – 0/0 SB – 193 AB
2016: .313/.454/.537 – 22 BB/38 K – 1/1 SB – 147 AB
2017: .299/.399/.582 – 29 BB/43 K – 1/2 SB – 244 AB
2018: .399/.498/.661 – 42 BB/24 K – 0/1 SB – 233 AB

385 – SS Jayce Easley (Sandra Day O’Connor HS, Arizona): plus speed; above-average arm; average defender; BHH; Oregon State commit; 5-10, 150 pounds

386 – RHP Mason Bryant (McCallum HS, Texas): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 78-79 CB/SL; good athlete; Texas commit; 6-5, 215 pounds

387 – Hofstra JR C Vito Friscia: good glove; strong arm; power upside; 6-3, 225 pounds

2016: .253/.415/.329 – 42 BB/23 K – 4/5 SB – 158 AB
2017: .305/.404/.532 – 27 BB/28 K – 2/4 SB – 154 AB
2018: .353/.431/.514 – 22 BB/33 K – 1/2 SB – 173 AB

388 – 3B/1B Duncan Pastore (Wharton HS, Florida): good defensive tools; strong arm; plus speed; good approach; BHH; 6-1, 175 pounds

389 – RHP Lane Flamm (New Richmond HS, Ohio): 90-93 FB; good 78-80 CB/SL; Xavier commit; 5-10, 150 pounds

390 – South Carolina JR 3B/SS LT Tolbert: plus arm; good approach; good approach; average speed; can also play 2B; LHH; 88-90 FB; good SL; CU; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .229/.306/.323 – 15 BB/14 K – 5/6 SB – 192 AB
2017: .284/.338/.368 – 14 BB/19 K – 2/6 SB – 204 AB
2018: .320/.402/.478 – 23 BB/28 K – 9/12 SB – 228 AB

391 – Florida Atlantic JR RHP Kyle Marman: 90-94 FB; plus SL; CB; 6-3, 210 pounds

2017: 9.96 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2018: 13.35 K/9 – 1.16 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 1.45 ERA

392 – Virginia SR LHP Bennett Sousa: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-84 SL with upside; 74-75 CB; 77 CU; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 8.28 K/9 – 6.84 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 7.92 ERA
2017: 12.00 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 4.09 ERA
2018: 12.77 K/9 – 4.60 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 5.23 ERA

393 – Miami (Ohio) JR LHP Zach Spears: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 79-81 CB; 84 cut-SL; mid-80s CU; deceptive; 6-7, 240 pounds

2016: 7.59 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 5.53 ERA
2017: 10.35 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 60.0 IP – 5.85 ERA
2018: 9.66 K/9 – 4.28 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 3.73 ERA

394 – Tennessee Tech rJR OF Alex Junior: above-average to plus speed; CF range; 5-10, 185 pounds

2016: .243/.413/.302 – 33 BB/55 K – 12/13 SB – 169 AB
2017: .323/.405/.429 – 27 BB/67 K – 9/12 SB – 254 AB
2018: .324/.454/.488 – 49 BB/51 K – 3/5 SB – 244 AB

395 – 3B/1B Bryce Bush (De La Salle Collegiate HS, Michigan): above-average power upside; average speed; can also play OF; RHH; Mississippi State commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

396 – RHP Will Gambino (Paul VI Catholic HS, New Jersey): 87-93 FB, 94 peak; 75-78 CB, flashes above-average; Kentucky commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

397 – Canisius SR C Christ Conley (2017): really smart hitter; good athlete; 6-1, 230 pounds

2014: .336/.464/.420 – 20 BB/24 K – 1/2 SB – 119 AB
2016: .258/.384/.308 – 20 BB/29 K – 1/1 SB – 120 AB
2017: .299/.468/.420 – 34 BB/25 K – 0/1 SB – 157 AB
2018: .290/.477/.479 – 50 BB/20 K – 0/2 SB – 169 AB

398 – St. Mary’s SR C Jackson Thoreson: power upside; quick bat; steady defender; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .313/.371/.425 – 5 BB/12 K – 0/2 SB – 80 AB
2016: .258/.314/.367 – 9 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 128 AB
2017: .258/.336/.436 – 24 BB/45 K – 1/4 SB – 225 AB
2018: .288/.407/.516 – 31 BB/34 K – 0/1 SB – 184 AB

399 – Central Florida JR LHP Bryce Tucker: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; good low-80s CU; 79-83 SL, flashes above-average; deceptive; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 7.63 K/9 – 6.04 BB/9 – 28.1 IP – 5.40 ERA
2017: 13.03 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 1.66 ERA
2018: 11.84 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 2.02 ERA

400 – Arkansas rSR 2B/3B Carson Shaddy: good athlete; quick bat; above-average defender at both spots, especially third (plus?); average arm; average speed; good approach; can also play C, 1B, and CF; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 5-11, 185 pounds

2015: .337/.427/.517 – 9 BB/26 K – 1/2 SB – 89 AB
2016: .332/.400/.521 – 23 BB/52 K – 5/9 SB – 211 AB
2017: .279/.383/.450 – 26 BB/61 K – 6/11 SB – 222 AB
2018: .340/.439/.636 – 22 BB/49 K – 3/5 SB – 162 AB

401 – Jefferson JC rFR 1B/3B Joey Polak: plus power upside; way too aggressive; RHH; South Carolina commit; 6-5, 225 pounds

2018: .459/.550/.991 – 44 BB/59 K – 1/2 SB – 218 AB

402 – Northeastern JR 2B/3B Charlie McConnell: plus speed; good athlete; can also play OF; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .289/.371/.379 – 25 BB/28 K – 26/28 SB – 190 AB
2017: .273/.360/.402 – 20 BB/42 K – 13/19 SB – 209 AB
2018: .341/.421/.466 – 30 BB/29 K – 37/42 SB – 232 AB

403 – Mississippi rSO RHP Parker Caracci: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 80-82 SL; average 75-81 CB; 83 CU; 5-11, 200 pounds

2018: 14.04 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 1.85 ERA

404 – Oklahoma JR RHP Austin Hansen: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; good 79-82 CB/SL; 82 CU; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: 8.80 K/9 – 6.20 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 2.93 ERA
2017: 7.45 K/9 – 5.52 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 3.86 ERA
2018: 12.21 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.39 ERA

405 – Central Florida JR RHP JJ Montgomery: 90-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; 82-84 SL; 6-1, 200 pounds

2018: 10.47 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 2.54 ERA

406 – Kent State rSR OF Nick Kanavas: power upside; coach comp (via D1): Eric Byrnes; Arizona transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds

2017: .308/.370/.392 – 11 BB/27 K – 7/11 SB – 130 AB
2018: .360/.442/.423 – 27 BB/34 K – 20/26 SB – 222 AB

407 – Florida State JR OF/C Jackson Lueck: good athlete; average power; average or better speed; average arm; BHH; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: .379/.494/.576 – 21 BB/37 K – 2/2 SB – 132 AB
2017: .318/.405/.507 – 27 BB/51 K – 6/8 SB – 211 AB
2018: .245/.364/.476 – 38 BB/58 K – 3/4 SB – 229 AB

408 – UCLA JR OF Daniel Amaral: plus CF range; power upside; above-average to plus speed; RHH; 6-0, 175 pounds

2016: .178/.255/.178 – 4 BB/13 K – 2/2 SB – 45 AB
2017: .282/.364/.330 – 17 BB/28 K – 16/24 SB – 206 AB
2018: .279/.418/.437 – 31 BB/33 K – 13/17 SB – 190 AB

409 – East Carolina JR SS Turner Brown: really good glove; good arm; average speed; BHH; 5-9, 160 pounds

2016: .281/.379/.352 – 21 BB/32 K – 9/12 SB – 199 AB
2017: .263/.366/.359 – 28 BB/20 K – 10/13 SB – 198 AB
2018: .232/.332/.339 – 22 BB/26 K – 8/13 SB – 168 AB

410 – Rhode Island SR RHP Nick Johnson: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average CB/SL; good command; 6-3, 215 pounds

2016: 10.06 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 3.16 ERA
2017: 8.76 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 62.2 IP- 4.31 ERA
2018: 14.59 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 29.2 IP – 1.21 ERA

411 – Richmond JR RHP Layne Looney: 94 peak; 5-10, 200 pounds

2016: 7.20 K/9 – 7.20 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2017: 9.50 K/9 – 7.31 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 3.21 ERA
2018: 15.30 K/9 – 3.90 BB/9 – 30.0 IP – 0.60 ERA

412 – C Connor Pavolony (River Ridge HS, Georgia): above-average raw power; plus arm strength; RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-0, 185 pounds

413 – OF Korey Holland (Langham Creek HS, Texas): average raw power; good approach; plus speed; RHH; Texas commit; 6-0, 175 pounds

414 – Kent State SR C/1B Tim DalPorto: really good defender; can also play 3B; 6-3, 190 pounds

2016: .276/.365/.378 – 14 BB/18 K – 0/1 SB – 98 AB
2017: .304/.353/.369 – 16 BB/29 K – 0/0 SB – 217 AB
2018: .319/.378/.500 – 16 BB/21 K – 1/2 SB – 166 AB

415 – Oral Roberts rSR RHP Kyler Stout: 88-92 FB; good command; 6-0, 200 pounds

2014: 9.72 K/9 – 4.68 BB/9 – 25 IP – 4.32 ERA
2015: 10.19 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 10.2 IP – 0.84 ERA
2016: 6.00 K/9 – 13.50 BB/9 – 6.0 IP – 3.00 ERA
2017: 9.19 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 1.62 ERA
2018: 15.33 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 2.60 ERA

416 – Alabama State SR RHP Darren Kelly: 88-92 FB; good SL; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: 12.00 K/9 – 4.00 BB/9 – 9.0 IP – 7.00 ERA
2016: 10.67 K/9 – 4.33 BB/9 – 27.0 IP – 4.33 ERA
2017: 11.36 K/9 – 9.61 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 7.84 ERA
2018: 16.04 K/9 – 0.78 BB/9 – 23.0 IP – 1.96 ERA

417 – Jacksonville State SR 2B Clayton Daniel: steady glove; FAVORITE; 5-7, 170 pounds

2015: .327/.414/.413 – 30 BB/20 K – 8/10 SB – 223 AB
2016: .372/.443/.480 – 34 BB/13 K – 7/10 SB – 250 AB
2017: .328/.393/.393 – 21 BB/20 K – 8/14 SB – 247 AB
2018: .325/.397/.443 – 28 BB/10 K – 10/14 SB – 255 AB

418 – Florida JR OF Nelson Maldonado: average hit tool; average raw power; good approach; power upside; 5-10, 200 pounds

2016: .256/.350/.405 – 25 BB/38 K – 6/7 SB – 195 AB
2017: .299/.450/.437 – 52 BB/25 K – 4/6 SB – 197 AB
2018: .279/.362/.411 – 25 BB/38 K – 4/8 SB – 219 AB

419 – C Henry Davis (Fox Lane HS, New York): plus to plus-plus arm; RHH; Louisville commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

420 – SS/3B Sean Guilbe (Berks Catholic HS, Pennsylvania): plus raw power; average arm; could be tried at C; RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

421 -Bryant SR 1B/C Mickey Gasper: great approach; BHH; FAVORITE; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .250/.417/.286 – 7 BB/4 K – 0/0 SB – 28 AB
2016: .392/.489/.557 – 11 BB/9 K – 0/0 SB – 79 AB
2017: .342/.470/.528 – 42 BB/18 K – 3/5 SB – 193 AB
2018: .340/.468/.539 – 42 BB/20 K – 3/4 SB – 206 AB

422 – Connecticut JR LHP PJ Poulin: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 78-83 CB/SL, flashes above-average; split-CU; plus athlete; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: 7.33 K/9 – 3.14 BB/9 – 8.2 IP – 4.15 ERA
2017: 7.33 K/9 – 3.54 BB/9 – 35.2 IP – 3.28 ERA
2018: 11.15 K/9 – 3.92 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 3.30 ERA

423 – 1B Jose Gutierrez (Lamar HS, Texas): plus raw power; LHH; Dallas Baptist commit; 6-3, 225 pounds

424 – OF/RHP Brandon Schrepf (Gulf Breeze HS, Florida): above-average power; average speed; above-average arm; 90 FB; South Florida commit; 6-3, 180 pounds

425 – Chipola JC SO 1B/C Max Guzman: average hit tool; plus power upside; quick bat; 6-0, 215 pounds

2017: .377/.496/.699 – 26 BB/44 K – 1/1 SB – 183 AB
2018: .405/.536/.727 – 43 BB/42 K – 1/1 SB – 205 AB

426 – RHP Alex Havlicek (Indian Hills HS, New Jersey): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; good 74-79 CB/SL; Virginia Tech commit; 6-4, 210 pounds

427 – Washington SR 2B Levi Jordan: plus defense; good speed; average arm; 5-8, 175 pounds

2017: .279/.335/.351 – 13 BB/13 K – 1/3 SB – 154 AB
2018: .298/.364/.500 – 18 BB/25 K – 5/7 SB – 208 AB

428 – Georgia JR 3B/2B LJ Talley: good athlete; good hit tool; power upside; good defensive tools; can also play 1B and SS; LHH; 6-2, 215 pounds

2016: .230/.337/.310 – 25 BB/39 K – 0/0 SB – 174 AB
2017: .257/.344/.358 – 11 BB/22 K – 0/0 SB – 109 AB
2018: .266/.359/.432 – 22 BB/28 K – 2/2 SB – 169 AB

429 – Auburn rSR LHP Andrew Mitchell: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 73-80 CB, flashes plus; 83 CU; LSU transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: 8.10 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 60.0 IP – 5.40 ERA
2017: 6.94 K/9 – 5.91 BB/9 – 35.0 IP – 5.14 ERA
2018: 11.62 K/9 – 3.80 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 4.01 ERA

430 – RHP Cole Ayers (Loveland HS, Ohio): 89-93 FB; 84-85 kCB; 82-84 kCU (per BA); Kentucky commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

431 – Coastal Carolina SR 3B/2B Seth Lancaster: good glove; power upside; average speed; plus arm; can also play SS; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .191/.273/.265 – 7 BB/24 K – 2/6 SB – 68 AB
2016: .326/.457/.509 – 40 BB/42 K – 15/17 SB – 175 AB
2017: .250/.368/.405 – 36 BB/53 K – 13/19 SB – 200 AB
2018: .308/.459/.656 – 63 BB/54 K – 23/25 SB – 221 AB

432 – San Diego JR RHP Paul Richan: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 81-82 SL; 74-78 CB; 83-85 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 7.41 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 8.88 ERA
2017: 8.58 K/9 – 2.47 BB/9 – 76.2 IP – 3.05 ERA
2018: 10.15 K/9 – 1.31 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 4.62 ERA

433 – State College of Florida rFR RHP Robbie Peto: 90-94 FB; good CB/SL; North Carolina transfer; 6-4, 215 pounds

2018: 10.24 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9

434 – SS/RHP Jacob Phelps (Newsome HS, Florida): plus arm; mature approach; low-80s FB; CB; RHH; Columbia commit; 6-1, 190 pounds

435 – OF Lawrence Butler (Westlake HS, Georgia): plus raw power; above-average speed; West Virginia commit; LHH; 6-4, 200 pounds

436 – Southeast Missouri State rJR 2B/SS Trevor Ezell: above-average to plus speed; power upside; good athlete; can also play 3B; BHH; 5-8, 200 pounds

2015: .313/.423/.484 – 41 BB/47 K – 11/17 SB – 246 AB
2016: .326/.458/.446 – 53 BB/45 K – 23/25 SB – 242 AB
2017: .276/.333/.483 – 3 BB/4 K – 3/3 SB – 29 AB
2018: .377/.442/.558 – 25 BB/38 K – 11/17 SB – 231 AB

437 – Monmouth rSR 3B/1B Shaine Hughes: good hit tool; power upside; good glove; 6-0, 210 pounds

2015: .289/.395/.403 – 22 BB/31 K – 2/3 SB – 159 AB
2016: .385/.457/.522 – 17 BB/6 K – 7/9 SB – 161 AB
2017: .359/.441/.519 – 20 BB/21 K – 5/6 SB – 181 AB
2018: .316/.442/.480 – 33 BB/28 K – 3/6 SB – 196 AB

438 – Wake Forest JR RHP Rayne Supple: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; 80-83 CU; above-average 77-84 SL/CB, flashes plus; 6-3, 215 pounds

2016: 6.57 K/9 – 11.97 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 8.49 ERA
2017: 12.38 K/9 – 20.25 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 6.75 ERA
2018: 10.53 K/9 – 6.13 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 2.11 ERA

439 – Maine SR RHP Justin Courtney: 86-91 FB; good cutter; good CB/SL; good CU; 6-5, 225 pounds

2015: 4.75 K/9 – 3.38 BB/9 – 72.1 IP – 3.25 ERA
2016: 6.14 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 4.30 ERA
2017: 6.91 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.92 ERA
2018: 11.14 K/9 – 3.43 BB/9 – 21.0 IP – 2.57 ERA

440 – Fresno State JR OF Zach Ashford: average hit tool; plus speed; LHH; 5-10, 180 pounds

2016: .316/.402/.360 – 14 BB/23 K – 3/5 SB – 114 AB
2017: .316/.398/.424 – 20 BB/26 K – 5/9 SB – 158 AB
2018: .352/.406/.489 – 15 BB/24 K – 7/11 SB – 219 AB

441 – Alabama State SR 3B/OF Ray Hernandez: plus hit tool; quick bat; power upside; strong arm; RHH; 6-3, 225 pounds

2015: .268/.351/.381 – 10 BB/31 K – 1/1 SB – 97 AB
2016: .289/.360/.597 – 14 BB/40 K – 1/2 SB – 201 AB
2017: .275/.351/.428 – 21 BB/54 K – 1/3 SB – 229 AB
2018: .379/.452/.601 – 20 BB/31 K – 20/22 SB – 203 AB

442 – Maine JR 3B/2B Danny Casals: strong arm; good glove; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: .310/.404/.455 – 27 BB/44 K – 12/20 SB – 200 AB
2017: .247/.364/.344 – 12 BB/25 K – 8/10 SB – 93 AB
2018: .304/.407/.597 – 32 BB/45 K – 4/6 SB – 181 AB

443 – 2B/SS Jarrett Ford (Decatur HS, Georgia): average power; above-average speed; RHH; Florida International commit; 5-10, 170 pounds

444 – Oklahoma State JR C/OF Colin Simpson: above-average raw power; plus athlete; strong; good approach; FAVORITE; 5-9, 220 pounds

2016: .212/.302/.341 – 10 BB/31 K – 0/0 SB – 85 AB
2017: .277/.373/.492 – 29 BB/47 K – 3/4 SB – 191 AB
2018: .281/.384/.595 – 35 BB/60 K – 8/10 SB – 210 AB

445 – Texas JR RHP Nolan Kingham: 86-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; above-average 77-84 SL, flashes plus; low- to mid-80s (83) CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 3.79 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 3.79 ERA
2017: 6.55 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 92.0 IP – 2.84 ERA
2018: 7.00 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 82.1 IP – 4.26 ERA

446 – Virginia rJR RHP Derek Casey: 85-92 FB, 94-95 peak; 73-75 CB flashes average; average or better CU; 82-84 SL; good athlete; TJ survivor; 2017: 87-91 FB; 6-1, 200 pounds \

2015: 5.03 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 7.32 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 71.1 IP – 3.79 ERA
2018: 9.98 K/9 – 2.35 BB/9 – 95.2 IP – 3.48 ERA

447 – Kentucky SR 2B/3B Luke Becker: steady glove; good approach; average speed; 6-0, 190 pounds

2016: .241/.330/.318 – 21 BB/33 K – 4/6 SB – 170 AB
2017: .287/.422/.467 – 37 BB/42 K – 7/10 SB – 167 AB
2018: .286/.410/.466 – 37 BB/45 K – 10/15 SB – 206 AB

448 – RHP Coy Cobb (Katy HS, Texas): 88-92 FB with sink, 94 FB; upper-70s SL, above-average upside; CB; 82 CU; Texas commit; 6-4, 190 pounds

449 – Central Florida rJR RHP Cre Finfrock: 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; average or better 77-84 SL, sometimes called his CB; average or better 79-81 CU; 73-76 CB; good athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: 6.89 K/9 – 3.21 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 3.30 ERA
2016: 8.49 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 80.2 IP – 4.35 ERA
2018: 9.38 K/9 – 5.44 BB/9 – 48.0 IP – 3.56 ERA

450 – Georgia Southern JR RHP Brian Eichhorn: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average 84-88 CU; average low-80s SL/CB; 6-1, 220 pounds

2016: 4.68 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 67.1 IP – 3.74 ERA
2017: 9.18 K/9 – 2.76 BB/9 – 68.2 IP – 4.33 ERA
2018: 10.77 K/9 – 2.95 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.15 ERA

451 – Long Beach JC 3B Reese Berberet: average arm; average speed; 6-3, 215 pounds

2018: .340/.434/.759 – 18 BB/35 K – 3/3 SB – 162 AB

452 – Maine SR C Christopher Bec: all he does is hit; 5-11, 190 pounds

2017: .340/.426/.465 – 30 BB/17 K – 15/21 SB – 200 AB
2018: .315/.379/.539 – 18 BB/26 K – 16/21 SB – 178 AB

453 – Louisiana JR LHP Hogan Harris: 86-94 FB, 96 peak (91-96, 98 peak out of bullpen); above-average 65-74 CB, has firmed up over the years; 76-81 SL; 75-81 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 8.48 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 27.2 IP – 3.90 ERA
2017: 11.58 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.66 ERA
2018: 8.34 K/9 – 4.63 BB/9 – 58.1 IP – 2.62 ERA

454 – OF/2B Alec Sanchez (Providence HS, Florida): above-average hit tool; average speed; LHH; Florida State commit; 5-11, 200 pounds

455 – Dallas Baptist SR C/3B Matt Duce: quick bat; strong arm; good glove; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .208/.367/.250 – 4 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 24 AB
2016: .321/.417/.507 – 23 BB/22 K – 1/2 SB – 134 AB
2017: .333/.424/.554 – 31 BB/31 K – 1/3 SB – 222 AB
2018: .233/.371/.434 – 47 BB/36 K – 9/9 SB – 219 AB

456 – Mercer SR OF Trey Truitt: above-average power upside; average to above-average speed; average arm; 6-1, 190 pounds

2015: .276/.374/.492 – 27 BB/59 K – 4/7 SB – 181 AB
2016: .335/.430/.636 – 40 BB/67 K – 2/6 SB – 236 AB
2017: .263/.373/.413 – 31 BB/55 K – 5/6 SB – 179 AB
2018: .373/.457/.627 – 34 BB/58 K – 15/19 SB – 233 AB

457 – Liberty JR RHP Jack DeGroat: out in 2018 (TJ); 88-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 80-85 cut-SL; CB; 83-84 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 8.17 K/9 – 4.53 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 4.02 ERA
2017: 13.52 K/9 – 5.60 BB/9 – 38.2 IP – 2.33 ERA

458 – UMBC JR 3B/2B AJ Wright: good hit tool; plus approach; good athlete; FAVORITE; 5-10, 180 pounds

2016: .280/.365/.407 – 25 BB/20 K – 5/8 SB – 182 AB
2017: .253/.354/.373 – 20 BB/24 K – 1/3 SB – 150 AB
2018: .280/.367/.440 – 22 BB/27 K – 8/10 SB – 182 AB

459 – RHP Jayson Schroeder (Juanita HS, Washington): 90-93 FB with plus sink; average 75 CB; average SL, plus upside; Washington commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

460 – RHP Will Ripoll (John Curtis Christian HS, Louisiana): 86-91 FB; average 77-80 CB; plus command; LSU commit; 6-0, 185 pounds

461 – Mississippi JR RHP Dallas Woolfork: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; average 79-84 SL flashes plus; 76-81 CB (could be slower SL); 83-84 CU; plus deception; 6-2, 225 pounds

2016: 4.09 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 17.2 IP – 2.55 ERA
2017: 9.81 K/9 – 1.20 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.15 ERA
2018: 10.07 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 14.1 IP – 2.51 ERA

462 – Central Michigan rJR RHP/OF Dazon Cole: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 83-87 CU, above-average upside; average 85-87 SL; plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; plus athlete; average or better arm; has experience at C; 5-10, 180 pounds

2016: 4.43 K/9 – 9.10 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA
2017: 5.01 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 5.92 ERA
2018: 8.49 K/9 – 5.33 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 4.53 ERA

2016: .258/.330/.296 – 15 BB/34 K – 5/9 SB – 159 AB
2017: .268/.344/.366 – 9 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 82 AB

463 – OF/LHP Christopher Williams (River Ridge HS, Georgia): average raw power; plus arm; average speed; Florida International commit; 86-89 FB; SL; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

464 – North Carolina rSO RHP Josh Hiatt: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average 77-81 SL, above-average to plus upside; plus 82-88 split-CU, flashes plus-plus; FAVORITE; 5-11, 190 pounds

2017: 11.08 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 1.90 ERA
2018: 9.36 K/9 – 3.62 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 2.76 ERA

465 – College of Charleston JR 2B/SS Dupree Hart: plus athlete; plus speed; good approach; average arm; can also play 3B and CF; 5-7, 170 pounds

2016: .314/.443/.414 – 38 BB/25 K – 10/13 SB – 191 AB
2017: .235/.332/.298 – 35 BB/33 K – 10/15 SB – 238 AB
2018: .326/.402/.434 – 24 BB/21 K – 15/21 SB – 221 AB

466 – RHP/OF William English (Western International HS, Michigan): 88-93 FB, 95 peak; mid-70s SL; good athlete; plus speed; RHH; Tennessee commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

467 – RHP/SS Seth Halvorsen (Heritage Christian Academy, Minnesota): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; average 74-78 CB; 79-81 SL; 78 CU; good athlete; above-average speed; plus arm; Missouri commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

468 – Massachusetts-Lowell JR 1B/OF Russ Olive: above-average to plus power; 6-3, 190 pounds

2017: .231/.349/.476 – 24 BB/48 K – 0/2 SB – 143 AB
2018: .359/.460/.641 – 32 BB/33 K – 3/5 SB – 198 AB

469 – RHP Gunnar Hoglund (Dayspring Christian Academy, Florida): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; CB, plus upside; CU; Mississippi commit; 6-4, 210 pounds

470 – RHP Victor Vodnik (Rialto HS, California): 91-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 82-87 SL, flashes above-average with plus upside; 87-88 cutter; Cal State Northridge commit; 5-11, 175 pounds

471 – RHP Brandon Birdsell (Conroe HS, Texas): 89-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; 77-80 CB; 80-86 SL, plus upside; CU; TJ survivor; Texas A&M commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

472 – RHP Ethan Smith (Mount Juliet HS, Tennessee): 87-92 FB, 93 peak; plus 79-83 SL; low-80s CU; low-70s CB; Vanderbilt commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

473 – LHP Drew Rom (Highlands HS, Kentucky): 86-91 FB; above-average 75-82 SL, plus upside; good athlete; Michigan commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

474 – Texas Tech JR OF Cody Farhat: good athlete; power upside; easy CF range; good speed; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: .167/.265/.267 – 2 BB/6 K – 0/0 SB – 30 AB
2017: .343/.438/.569 – 16 BB/21 K – 7/11 SB – 137 AB
2018: .287/.418/.425 – 28 BB/32 K – 15/20 SB – 181 AB

475 – RHP Nick Schmidt (Wentzville Holt HS, Missouri): 87-91 FB, 93 peak; SL with plus upside; CB with plus upside; Missouri State commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

476 – RHP Eric Cerantola (Holty Trinity Catholic SS, Ontario): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; plus CB/SL; great athlete; Mississippi State commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

477 – RHP Stephen Pelli (St. Mary’s HS, Maryland): 84-88 FB, 92 peak; plus CU; North Carolina commit; 6-0, 215 pounds

478 – RHP Ryan Cusick (Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS, Massachusetts): 90-94 FB, 97 peak; 79-81 SL/CB; 85 CU; Wake Forest commit; 6-6, 225 pounds

479 – LHP Brandon Neeck (Greeley HS, New York): 88-93 FB; average 78-85 SL/CB; 85-86 CU; Virginia commit; 6-1, 185 pounds

480 – OF/2B Rakim Jones (Grace Christian HS, Louisiana): average to above-average hit tool; plus speed; CF range; RHH; 5-8, 150 pounds

481 – RHP/OF Taj Bradley (Redan HS, Georgia): 90-92 FB, 93 peak; great athlete; power upside; young for class; RHH; 6-2, 215 pounds

482 – USC JR RHP Solomon Bates: 88-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average SL; 84-85 cutter; 75-77 CB; CU; 6-2, 210 pounds

2017: 7.75 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2018: 9.20 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 3.14 ERA

483 – RHP Josh Dotson (AC Reynolds HS, North Carolina): 86-91 FB with sink; CB flashes plus; CU; SL; North Carolina commit; 6-1, 170 pounds

484 – RHP Chandler Champlain (Santa Margarita Catholic HS, California): 90-94 FB with sink; above-average 73-79 CB, plus upside; USC commit; 6-5, 215 pounds

485 – RHP Kerry Wright (Montverde Academy, Florida): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-82 SL, flashes above-average with plus upside; Louisville commit; 6-5, 235 pounds

486 – RHP Bo Blessie (Lee HS, Texas): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; above-average 75-82 CB/SL, plus upside; Nebraska commit; 6-3, 155 pounds

487 – Wright State rSR 1B/OF Gabe Snyder: strong; quick bat; good speed; power upside; plus glove; 6-5, 235 pounds

2015: .273/.385/.455 – 30 BB/39 K – 9/10 SB – 209 AB
2016: .256/.359/.454 – 27 BB/42 K – 9/10 SB – 227 AB
2017: .289/.379/.570 – 26 BB/49 K – 12/15 SB – 228 AB
2018: .363/.426/.674 – 22 BB/24 K – 15/17 SB – 215 AB

488 – RHP Cristian Sanchez (Centreville HS, Virginia): 88-93 FB, 94 peak; CB with plus upside; Virginia commit; 6-3, 175 pounds

489 – Arkansas State JR RHP Peyton Culbertson: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; CB; 81 SL; good 83 CU; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: 6.49 K/9 – 5.23 BB/9 – 43.0 IP – 5.44 ERA
2017: 8.70 K/9 – 4.22 BB/9 – 68.1 IP – 6.32 ERA
2018: 8.54 K/9 – 5.51 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 3.73 ERA

490 – LHP Evan Taylor (Florence HS, Alabama): 87-90 FB; plus 74 CB; Arkansas commit; 6-4, 220 pounds

491 – RHP Jack Friedman (Paideia HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB; plus mid-70s CB; Georgia Tech commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

492 – Arizona State SO C/1B Lyle Lin: impressive defensive tools, though admittedly I like them more than most; arm strength is a major question; good athlete; mature approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

2017: .290/.356/.371 – 17 BB/33 K – 2/3 SB – 210 AB
2018: .312/.344/.407 – 8 BB/29 K – 1/1 SB – 231 AB

493 – LHP Ben Harris (Milton HS, Georgia): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; good 73-76 CB, plus upside; 82 CU; Virginia commit; 6-1, 190 pounds

494 – LHP Destin Dotson (Scotlandville HS, Louisiana): 85-91 FB, 93-94 peak; average 75 CB/SL; Tulane commit; FAVORITE; 6-7, 225 pounds

495 – LHP Trae Robertson (Columbia-Hickman HS, Missouri): 85-90 FB; upper-70s CB/SL; Missouri commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 180 pounds

496 – Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Andrew Quezeda: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; average 80-85 cut-SL; average 81-85 CU, flashes better; good command; 6-1, 175 pounds

2018: 6.29 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 3.90 ERA

497 – RHP Matt Rudis (Madisonville HS, Texas): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average to above-average 80-84 SL; good athlete; TCU commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

498 – RHP Camden Sewell (Cleveland HS, Tennessee): 89-92 FB, 93 peak; good 76-78 CB; 80-82 SL; Tennessee commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 175 pounds

499 – North Carolina State SO RHP Dalton Feeney: hurt in 2018 (TJ); 88-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 79-82 CB/SL; 78-80 CU; cutter; good athlete; 6-3, 230 pounds

2017: 5.92 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 21.1 IP – 2.53 ERA

500 – LHP Joseph Menefee (George Ranch HS, Texas): 89-94 FB; 80-81 CU; 76-78 CB/SL, plus upside; TJ surgery (3/18); Texas A&M commit; 6-1, 210 pounds

 

2018 MLB Mock Draft

(The mock itself is at the bottom buried under 9000+ words of attempted quantitative and qualitative analysis. Skipping to it won’t hurt my feelings, I promise.)

(Also, I’m back. Took a little extra time “off” over the summer than planned. Time away was well spent, both in terms of the work I’ve been able to compile without having to worry about updating the site — I’m more on top of this high school class than I have been in years — and in the good old fashioned battery recharging department. I’m ready to go. That said, I have no idea how my schedule will look now that there’s a human being who depends on me and doesn’t understand how punching away at a laptop could possibly be more important than reading Good Night Moon for the thousandth time. I mean, are you saying no to this face?

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But I’m going to do my best to keep the site up and running as long as I can. We’ve come too far to shut it down now. So even though I don’t know the exact future of the site, I can say with a high degree of certainty that the 2018 MLB Draft [and likely beyond] will be covered in as much depth as time allows. This dumb thing is a part of me now, and I really can’t imagine life without it.)

(I really appreciate all of the messages and emails over the last few months. I enjoy doing this for entirely selfish reasons, but knowing that other people enjoy it really does make my day. I’ll respond to everybody within the next week or so. In the meantime, the big question that I keep getting asked — are you doing 2017 draft reviews? — doesn’t have an answer yet. I want to, but there’s no way I can do them as I did last year and still a) function as a normal human these next few months, and b) get the kind of 2018 draft preview content up that I want. So, I’m on the fence right now. I think the most likely outcome is a modified version of the reviews, streamlined somewhat…but that suggests that I know how to self-edit, and that’s something we know I can’t [or won’t] do. So…we’ll see? There will be something for 2017, but I just don’t know what exactly.) 

This upcoming draft will be my tenth since starting the site. Hard to believe, but true. One of the best parts about being around so long is having a bit more perspective to look back on past drafts and determine if there are any worthwhile trends to share. I’ve long thought that draft trends function better as fun discussion starters than meaningful predictive tools, so don’t take my attempt at using simple math to make this research feel more scientific as anything but a nice little way to kick off the 2018 draft season conversation.

In the nine drafts covered on this site to date, there have been 295 total first round picks. Let’s look at some demographic information on those lucky 295 players…

HS catchers – 8
HS first basemen – 3
HS second basemen – 2
HS third basemen – 5
HS shortstops – 24
HS outfielders – 37
HS pitchers – 61

HS total = 140 (47.5%)

College catchers – 9
College first basemen – 6
College second basemen – 4
College third basemen – 12
College shortstops – 14
College outfielders – 27
College pitchers – 83

College total = 155 (52.5%)

Now let’s talk averages. Who doesn’t love data landmarks? It’s fifth grade math class all over again. We’ve got means, modes, medians, and ranges to get to. Let’s start with the mode for each demographic subsection…

HS catchers – 0
HS first basemen – 0
HS second basemen – 0
HS third basemen – 1
HS shortstops – 2
HS outfielders – 5
HS pitchers – 7

College catchers – 1
College first basemen – 0
College second basemen – 0
College third basemen – 1
College shortstops – 1
College outfielders – 2
College pitchers – 9 and 10

More often than not, we’re getting first rounds with no HS catchers, HS first basemen, HS second basemen, college first basemen, and college second basemen. Interesting! And now the medians…

HS catchers – 1
HS first basemen – 0
HS second basemen – 0
HS third basemen – 1
HS shortstops – 2
HS outfielders – 4
HS pitchers – 7

College catchers – 1
College first basemen – 0
College second basemen – 0
College third basemen – 1
College shortstops – 1
College outfielders – 3
College pitchers – 9

Not sure how useful this data is because we’re dealing with such a small sample to begin with, but I typed it all up so we might as well use it. Let’s look at the ranges next and hope for something a bit more meaningful…

HS catchers – 2 (0 to 2)
HS first basemen – 1 (0 to 1)
HS second basemen – 1 (0 to 1)
HS third basemen – 1 (0 to 1)
HS shortstops – 2 (2 to 4)
HS outfielders – 4 (2 to 6)
HS pitchers – 5 (5 to 10)

College catchers – 3 (0 to 3)
College first basemen – 3 (0 to 3)
College second basemen – 2 (0 to 2)
College third basemen – 4 (0 to 4)
College shortstops – 5 (0 to 5)
College outfielders – 3 (2 to 5)
College pitchers – 4 (7 to 11)

I like this. We can now see that there’s never been a year with more than one HS first baseman, HS second baseman, or HS third baseman. The large spread of high school pitchers and college shortstops is fun, too. You never really know what you’re going to get with those two groups. Finally, everybody’s favorite, the means…

HS catchers – 0.9
HS first basemen – 0.3
HS second basemen – 0.2
HS third basemen – 0.6
HS shortstops – 2.7
HS outfielders – 4.1
HS pitchers – 6.8

College catchers – 1.0
College first basemen – 0.7
College second basemen – 0.4
College third basemen – 1.3
College shortstops – 1.6
College outfielders – 3.0
College pitchers – 9.2

This is the data we’ll do most of our work off of going forward. We’ll come back to it soon. In the meantime, let’s look at all of the data put together (with rounded means)…

HS catchers – 0, 1, 2, 1
HS first basemen – 0, 0, 1, 0
HS second basemen – 0, 0, 1, 0
HS third basemen – 1, 1, 1, 1
HS shortstops – 2, 2, 2, 3
HS outfielders – 5, 4, 4, 4
HS pitchers – 7, 7, 5, 7

College catchers – 1, 1, 3, 1
College first basemen – 0, 0, 3, 1
College second basemen – 0, 0, 2, 0
College third basemen – 1, 1, 4, 1
College shortstops – 1, 1, 5, 2
College outfielders – 2, 3, 3, 3
College pitchers – 9/10, 9, 4, 9

Some pretty clear data landmark trends seem to have developed. That’s always comforting to see. Let’s finish this math off. If we take the original means that produced a 32.8 player first round on average and adjust them to our upcoming 30 player first round, we get these figures…

HS catchers – 0.8
College catchers – 0.9
First basemen – 0.9
Second basemen – 0.5
Third basemen – 1.7
Shortstops – 3.9
HS outfielders – 3.8
College outfielders – 2.7
HS pitchers – 6.2
College pitchers – 8.4

Some logical combinations were also made along the way, clearly. If we then round everything off, we see we’re at 31 players in this year’s first round. That’s one too many, so somebody is going to get unfairly cut along the way. It probably makes the most sense to dump one of the pitchers, but we’ll play it by ear and see what make actually makes sense once we get started. Maybe we can find a sneaky way to slip that thirty-first player in. We’ll see. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the prospective names that match up with the numbers…

HS Catcher (1)

Will Banfield (Brookwood HS, Georgia), Noah Naylor (St. Joan of Arc Catholic SS, Ontario), and Anthony Seigler (Cartersville HS, Georgia) have separated themselves from the rest of the prep catching class by a pretty healthy margin at this point. All three are sensational athletes with the clear defensive tools and understanding of the nuances of the game to remain behind the plate. Many would argue that Banfield’s last calendar year was so impressive that he belongs in a tier unto himself. I’m not quite there as Naylor is his near equal athletically and Seigler can more than hang with him as a hitter, but I can appreciate the sentiment.

If we had to bet on only one of these high school catchers getting drafted in June, Banfield is the smart present choice. Of course, two prep catchers were selected in each of the 2010, 2012, and 2013 drafts, so one of those two top guys joining Banfield (or even Naylor and Seigler squeezing out Banfield altogether) can’t be ruled out. You also can’t discount the possibility of all three catchers going in the first round, but allowing for the possibility amounts to ignoring recent draft history. I checked every single MLB Draft in my literal lifetime (i.e., since 1985) and could not find a single first round with three prep catchers. Maybe we make history this year…but probably not.

Prediction: Banfield

Others: Naylor, Seigler

College C (1)

If you read the site regularly, you know I love college catchers. I’m pretty sure I write about them a disproportionate amount compared to what they are actual worth, but I don’t care. I think college catchers are fun. That’s why it pains me to say that this year’s class isn’t really grabbing me in the same way recent classes have. Part of that is my admitted lack of love for some of the consensus top guys, something that can change quickly as we move closer to the actual draft and the contrarian impulses begin to die down a bit. My favorite current guys include Nick Fortes (Mississippi), Ryan Jeffers (UNC Wilmington), Nick Meyer (Cal Poly), and Cal Raleigh (Florida State). Fortes has the feel of a player on the verge of a major breakout; give him steady playing time, good health, and all the opportunities to show off for scouts that come with playing in the SEC (and catching some premium draft arms to boot)…and watch out. Meyer is somewhat similar in terms of defensive upside and athleticism, but with the plus of a longer track record and the minus of less functional present power. It may be a career backup catcher profile if he proves unable to drive the ball with consistency, but a three-tool catcher like him is pretty interesting regardless. I can’t pretend to know all that much about Jeffers’s defensive acumen (“above-average to plus arm” is all I have on him for now), but his offensive profile (plus raw power, unique physical strength) and stellar sophomore season have me intrigued to learn more.

All in all, I think the most interesting college catcher in the class is Raleigh. He’s got the best blend of power, patience, and likelihood of sticking defensively for me. His intersection of upside and certainty is pretty exciting, though the knocks (too big for the position, too much swing-and-miss) are valid. I can’t tell if the fact there are a half-dozen worthy contenders for the college catcher throne speaks to the quality depth at the position or the lack of star power. Little bit of both, I suppose.

Prediction: Raleigh

Others: Fortes, Jeffers, Meyer, Nick Dalesandro (Purdue), Colin Simpson (Oklahoma State), Vito Friscia (Hofstra), Dominic DiCaprio (Rice), Garrett Wolforth (Dallas Baptist), Grant Koch (Arkansas), Michael Curry (Georgia), Kole Cottam (Kentucky), Chris Cullen (South Carolina), Josh Breaux (McLennan JC)

First Basemen (1)

In a typical year, just one first basemen is selected in the draft’s first round. Actually, that’s not entirely true because four of the last nine years saw no first base prospect at all selected in the first round, but one per year has been the statistical mean over the last nine years so let’s go with that. Either way, the presence of Seth Beer (Clemson) makes this an atypical year. Much has been written about Beer already and plenty more will be said between now and June. My quick take coming from an individual who consumes far too much draft-related content: Beer is this year’s (or one of this year’s) properly rated to overhyped to underrated prospect. Every draft cycle there are a couple of prospects who capture the imagination of mainstream baseball fans. Beer, thanks to a fun last name and monster freshman numbers, became one of those very prospects for 2018. Verdict? Properly rated. That fame (and, to be fair, that ridiculous freshman season) had some fans thinking of Beer as a potential 1-1 candidate. Survey says…overhyped! Now we see early draft rankings and general prospect-related buzz that puts Beer well outside the draft’s first round. To me, this feels a little bit like an overcorrection based on wanting to show the “non-draft” people who were excited about Beer that he’s really not as good as they think. Maybe I’m off on that guess and people aren’t nearly as petty as I think they are (or, more accurately, as I know I am), but it does seem weird to me that a player who has hit the way Beer has these last two seasons can’t find a place in the top thirty or so picks. While I think Beer has a good shot of being a first round pick even as a first baseman, the fact that he has an outside shot to work himself into shape as a playable corner outfielder just sweetens the whole deal. Barring an offensive collapse (not likely) or serious injury, I think Beer can safely be called a future first round pick.

Alec Bohm (Wichita State) is pretty great, too. He’d be a slam dunk first round candidate any other year. He’s also another player that we’re currently calling a first baseman that may not actually be announced that way (third base and corner outfield are both possibilities for him) come June. If you like plus raw power and a discerning batting eye, Bohm is your guy. Could be recency bias infected our heads, but I’ve heard the name Rhys Hoskins mentioned multiple times (two is multiple!) as a point of comparison to what Bohm could be in pro ball.

I’m as excited about Triston Casas (American Heritage HS, Florida) as can be, but will admit to being a bit gun-shy after last year’s version (Alex Toral) went from expected first round pick (by me) to very much not a first round pick and on campus at Miami. I realize that’s not a very fair way to judge a prospect and Casas’s virtues (power and patience, mainly) are entirely his own, but nobody ever said prospect analysis was fair. The history of high school first basemen going in the first round isn’t very kind, but Casas has enough early buzz that a big spring could carry him all the way into the top thirty.

Prediction: Beer

Others: Bohm, Casas, Luken Baker (TCU), Nick Patten (Delaware), Mickey Gasper (Bryant)

Second Basemen (1)

Nick Madrigal (Oregon State) is a first round lock. He’s a true five-tool talent with a legitimate plus hit tool, double-digit home run pop, plus speed, and all the defensive skills (athleticism, hands, arm) to project as an impact talent in the middle infield. The only way he doesn’t wind up as this year’s only first round second baseman is if he’s announced on draft day as a shortstop, a position that he might just have enough arm talent to play in pro ball. This may be a little too out there as far as predictions go and I’m spoiling a pick on the “mock” already, but why not: Madrigal follows the Alex Bregman route to pro ball by getting himself selected second overall in June. Quick performance comparison between the two using Bregman’s junior year (top) and Madrigal’s sophomore year (bottom)…

.323/.412/.535 – 36 BB/22 K – 38/48 SB – 260 AB
.380/.449/.532 – 27 BB/16 K – 16/20 SB – 237 AB

There hasn’t been a prep second baseman drafted in the first round since 2010. That doesn’t seem likely to change in 2018. It’s Madrigal or bust this year.

Prediction: Madrigal

Others: Devin Mann (Louisville), Nick Dunn (Maryland), Ako Thomas (Michigan), Terrin Vavra (Minnesota), Ryne Ogren (Elon), Cobie Vance (Arkansas)

Third Basemen (2)

It’s early, but, wow, does it look like a rough class for college third basemen. I guess I’d go with Brendan Donovan (South Alabama) as my top guy for now, but that’s without the benefit of knowing as much as I’d like about his defense (some peg him as a future outfielder) or with the full confidence that his sophomore year jump in production can be sustained. I’m quite bullish on the guy, but there’s still little denying that his place on the top of the heap is owed to a lack of competition as much as anything he’s done.

On the bright side, the high school class of third basemen looks excellent. I currently count seven prospects at the hot corner who could challenge for first round consideration. Of that seven, I’d say three are obvious and four are slightly more sleeper-ish. Forgive the cliché, but Nolan Gorman (Sandra Day O’Connor HS, Arizona) has the scout favored classic “light-tower power” that makes scouts, coaches, teammates, and fans weak in the knees. As nice as the power is, it’s Gorman’s mature approach as a hitter, above-average to plus arm, and solid defensive tools that give him a shot to be a long-term fixture at third base. Then there’s Jordan Groshans (Magnolia HS, Texas), a rangy 6-4, 190 pounder with a big arm, above-average speed, game-changing power, and the kind of electric bat speed that gets even a guy typically ambivalent about bat speed to take notice. Then there’s arguably my favorite prep third baseman of them all, Nick Northcut (Mason HS, Ohio). I swear I had this comp before Perfect Game mentioned it (good call by them, by the way), but Northcut’s profile reminds me a whole heck of a lot of a young Nolan Arenado. Northcut is a wildly athletic defender with one of the best prep hit tools around. Him getting the Vanderbilt seal of approval doesn’t hurt, either. Beyond those three, Hunter Watson (Pottsboro HS, Texas), Cory Acton (American Heritage HS, Florida), Tim Borden (Our Lady of Providence HS, Indiana), and Bryce Bush (De La Salle Collegiate HS, Michigan) all stand out for one reason or another as potential sleeper-ish first round talents.

Watson has plus raw power and, contradictory or not, a pro-ready body with plenty of projection left. Acton’s hit tool is so advanced that I’ve had more than one contact (two is more than one!) wonder aloud if batting titles were in his future. A separate contact predicted Borden would wind up at Louisville and come out the other side as a top ten pick. Finally, Bush’s power and sneaky athleticism — some have him earmarked for first base, but I think he can hang at third or at least an outfield corner — make him a high-priority follow as we enter the spring season. The depth and impact talent at the top of the prep third base class makes it likely that we’ll see more than one of these guys off the board in the first thirty picks or so.

Prediction: Gorman, Northcut

Others: Donovan, Groshans, Watson, Acton, Borden, Bush, Romy Gonzalez (Miami), Kyle Datres (North Carolina), Jordan Verdon (San Diego State), Jonathan India (Florida)

Shortstops (4)

We need four first round shortstops to hit the nine-year mean. I think we get there with room to spare. Two high school players stand out at the top of the class: Brice Turang (Santiago HS, California) and Nander De Sedas (Montverde HS, Florida). Turang has generated some of the most interesting comps of any player in recent memory including Christian Yelich (everybody), Roberto Alomar (Sam Monroy), and Dansby Swanson (BA). I could see his absolute best case scenario looking a little bit like a lefthanded Mookie Betts, though that could have something to do with my subconscious lumping them together because both are excellent amateur bowlers. I’m all in on Turang as a hitter — he makes tons of hard contact (most of the time…), sprays it to all fields, knows how to run hitter-friendly counts and take what the pitcher gives him — but the rest of his game has some catching up to do. I’m fine with bat-first college hitters, but bat-first prep players make me a little nervous. Turang is a good runner, but can he kick his speed up a notch and become a true base stealing threat? His defensive tools have flashed, but will he have the arm strength to consistently make the throw from the deep in the hole at short? Will his swing, body, and approach ever result in enough power to keep pro pitching honest? The fact that there remain so many questions about his game make him something closer to a mid-first round pick than top five guy as we sit here in early October. That’s doesn’t preclude him from rising back up nor is it a knock on where he currently sits — being a mid-first round pick is really good! — but I think the hype on him is a little bit louder than the reality. Or maybe I’m falling into the same pitfalls I’ve accused others of when it comes to Seth Beer. We’ll see.

What is known about De Sedas is really damn exciting: real deal hit tool, plus raw power, rocket arm, plus defensive tools. So much about his profile reminds me of some of the big name shortstops out of Puerto Rico in recent drafts like Correa, Lindor, Baez, and Perez. There’s also the Floridian connection comparison out there with Manny Machado. Heady stuff, I realize, but big comps are the norm (for me, anyway) this early in the draft process. It’s fun to get excited about players, after all. De Sedas’s upside is thrilling, though it is worth acknowledging that his pop-up status — in as much as any player can “pop up” this early in the process — allows him to come out of the early stages of draft evaluation relatively free from the scrutiny that players who have been in the spotlight longer have been up against. Compare him to Turang, a prospect pegged as a potential 1-1 candidate for well over a year now, who has had loads of time on the big stage where evaluators (and wannabes like me) can pick apart the most minute negatives in his game. The longer you’re a prospect, the more holes in your game they’ll try to poke. When you’re new and exciting, you get the benefit of the doubt. It’s just the way things are, fair or not.

With a high degree of confidence that Turang and De Sedas wind up as first round pick, we’re left only searching for two more six-spotters. Xavier Edwards (North Broward Prep, Florida) and Brandon Dieter (South Hills, California) would be my next two personal prep picks to crash the first round party. Edwards is a standout defender with the speed and approach to excel as a leadoff hitter at the highest level. Dieter just flat knows how to hit. There may not have been a player more fun to watch at the plate all summer than him. So good.

Collegiately there are plenty of options, but no sure things. Jeremy Eierman (Missouri State) has the power and speed (above-average to plus, both) to shoot up boards this spring. Cadyn Grenier (Oregon State) brings pedigree and a well-rounded skill set that grows on you the more you see him play. I personally like Ford Proctor (Rice), Richard Palacios (Towson), and Jax Biggers (Arkansas) more than I probably should. Proctor is steady across the board, Palacios has serious speed and flashes considerable power, and Biggers brings an intriguing blend of contact, pop, and patience with at least average defense up the middle defense. It’s a slightly better group at the top than last year with a clear edge in depth. That said, it wouldn’t be a total shock to college shortstops get squeezed out of the first round entirely for the second year in a row. This group could match last year’s one first round pick or it could get shutout like 2016’s class, but it definitely won’t approach the magic of 2015.

Prediction: Turang, De Sedas, Dieter, Eierman

Others: Edwards, Grenier, Proctor, Palacios, Biggers, Turner Brown (East Carolina), Luke Manzo (College of Charleston), Nick Mascelli (Wagner), Reid Leonard (Morehead State), Nico Hoerner (Stanford), Charles Mack (Williamsville East HS, New York), Jeremiah Jackson (St. Luke’s Episcopal HS, Alabama), Kendall Simmons (Tattnall Square Academy, Georgia), Blaze Alexander (Bishop Verot HS, Florida)

HS Outfielders (4)

What this prep outfield class lacks in clear present star power, it more than makes up for it with depth all over the place. It’s early enough in the process that I don’t feel too guilty about having no idea who the top outfielder is or will be in this group. I have my favorites, sure, but I’m glad nobody is forcing me to choose a top guy or five just yet.

Mike Siani (Penn Charter, Pennsylvania) plays his home games a short drive from me, so I’ll be seeing a lot of him this spring. Though I’ve seen him a few times in the past already, I’m still pumped to see the plus throwing, plus running, incredibly athletic center fielder hit and throw and run and pitch and spit seeds and mingle with teammates and just generally do things teenage baseball players do. Jarred Kelenic (Waukesha West HS, Wisconsin) is currently suffering a bit from the same issues Brice Turang is facing: backlash from being nitpicked as one of the draft’s sneaky 1-1 prospects going back over a full year. He’s no less of a player than he was when his prospect stock was at its pick, but his flaws are more magnified now than his many draft peers.

Connor Scott (Plant HS, Florida) saw his profile rise every single time he stepped on the field this past summer. The persistent comparisons to Kyle Tucker (noted by both D1 and PG) paint the picture of a long, lean outfielder who is both a glider in the bases and in the outfield as well as a projectable power hitter. Scott also has legitimate two-way intrigue as a three-pitch power lefthander who flashes an above-average low-80s changeup already. Ryder Green (Knoxville Christian HS, Tennessee) is really good. Watching him makes this pretty clear as he’ll show you three above-average or better tools regularly (power, speed, arm), but, as mentioned with Nick Northcut above, the Vanderbilt stamp of approval doesn’t hurt.

Joe Gray (Hattiesburg HS, Mississippi) might remind you of some of the top prep outfield prospects in recent years. I’m thinking Jordon Adell specifically, though not enough so that I’d use him as a comp just yet. Anyway, like that classic teenage high school prospect archetype we all know and love, Gray has monster raw power, a big arm, and enough quicks to stick in center. The big question for him centers on whether or not he’ll hit enough to make all of his loud tools sing. If he hits, he’s scary. If he doesn’t, he’s still pretty enticing. That’s the nice thing about betting on tools and athleticism. Less toolsy but surer bats include Nick Schnell (Roncalli HS, Indiana) and Nick Decker (Seneca HS, New Jersey). Alek Thomas (Mount Carmel HS, Illinois) is a future plus defender in center with blazing speed and worlds of athleticism. Parker Meadows (Grayson HS, Georgia) lurks as my “sleeper” (note: there’s really no such thing as a sleeper if you follow this stuff as much as we do…and you really can’t be a sleeper when your brother was a recent first round pick anyway) to slip into the draft’s first round. His power and speed combination is at or near the top of this class for any position player. My hunch is that he explodes this spring in a way not entirely dissimilar to what his brother once did, so he takes the fourth and final projected first round spot for now.

Prediction: Kelenic, Scott, Green, Meadows

Others: Siani, Gray, Schnell, Decker, Thomas

College Outfielders (3)

The mean of around three college outfielders per draft since 2009 blows my mind; I would have guessed it would have been significantly higher. Maybe something closer to the range of five to seven. I guess that doesn’t make a ton of logical sense considering the high cost of first round real estate — with only thirty or so spots, getting 10% of that market share for your position isn’t too shabby — but it still feels like college outfielders, a relatively safe investment if recent draft history can be trusted, are underrepresented on draft day. That’s where math comes in handy, right? When things feel a certain way but aren’t actually that way, math is there to open our eyes to what’s real. More surprising than the mean is the fact that the high end of the college outfielder range since 2009 was five…and that was all the way back in 2009. The five back then were Dustin Ackley (1-2), AJ Pollock (1-17), Jared Mitchell (1-23), Brett Jackson (1-31), and Tim Wheeler (1-32). So even the high water mark came in a year where it took the literal last two picks of the round to get there. That class is also a pretty fair representation of why maybe college outfielders aren’t quite as safe as one might think. A quick look…

’09 – Ackley, Pollock, Mitchell, Jackson, Wheeler = one hit, four misses
’10 – Bryce Harper, Michael Choice, Gary Brown, Kyle Parker = one hit, three misses
’11 – George Springer, Mikie Mahtook = one hit, one whatever it is Mahtook is (useful player is fair, I think)
’12 – Tyler Naquin, James Ramsey, Victor Roache = one whatever it is Naquin is (useful player weirdly banished to the minors again), two misses
’13 – Hunter Renfroe, Phillip Ervin, Aaron Judge = one hit, two maybe’s
’14 – Michael Conforto, Bradley Zimmer = one hit, one maybe
’15 – Andrew Benintendi, Ian Happ, DJ Stewart, Christin Stewart – two hits, two maybe’s

Too soon to bother trying to evaluate the last two drafts (and possibly even 2015, but oh well), so that leaves us with seven drafts, twenty-three players, seven hits, five guys in the early stages of the sink-or-swim portions of their careers (Mahtook, Naquin, Renfroe, Ervin, Zimmer), two guys young enough we really don’t know yet (Stewart and Stewart), and nine misses. Without the context of how every other position/class has fared, this data isn’t super useful…but it’s enough for me to argue that college outfielders aren’t as much of a sure-thing (in as much as any draft pick is a “sure-thing”) as I might have first thought. Interesting but probably just a coincidence that there was one hit and one hit only in every year but 2015. Even in the year with five first round outfielders, we only had one hit. Coincidence or not, that’s a little weird.

Anyway, all of that is a long way of saying that I think this year’s class has an outside shot of reaching five college first round picks, especially if some creative bookkeeping (e.g., a player like Seth Beer gets announced as an outfielder and not a first baseman) takes place. The two top guys in this class as of now look like Griffin Conine (Duke) and Travis Swaggerty (South Alabama). Conine’s big sophomore season in the ACC put him on the prospect map, but it was his showing on the Cape that made him a potential star in the eyes of so many. My secret confession: I think performance during summer wood bat leagues, namely the Cape Cod League, are wildly overrated when assessing a player’s overall body of work. They are a piece of the puzzle, clearly, but that’s it. The prestige and romance of playing on the Cape can get normally level-headed baseball prospect writers woozy with hyperbole for each season’s summer league stars. Baseball on the Cape is baseball in its purest form, we hear. They aren’t entirely wrong, but still…gross. There’s a lot of great baseball being played outside of New England that counts just the same in the grand scheme of things. I get that the competition is particularly tough up there, but sometimes all the romanticizing about the whole experience is just too much for me. Maybe I’m just a bad baseball fan. I don’t know.

All that said, I’m willing to ignore my own warnings and go all-in on Conine this year. He’s great not just because of what he did on the Cape, but because of everything that he’s done (including mashing this past summer!) dating back to his prep days. Conine’s body of work is unimpeachable. The fact that we’re talking about a college hitter who doesn’t play an up-the-middle defensive position as a sure-thing first round pick speaks to how much of an impression Conine made on all who saw him these past few months. He’s the modern prototype for what a right fielder should be, a hit over power offensive standout (who also happens to have plus raw power) that takes consistent professional quality at bats and leverages an above-average to plus throwing arm and average to above-average speed to play damn fine defense in a corner. What more could you want?

Well, maybe you want the guy who can do many of the same things as Conine while also manning center field. That’s Swaggerty. It should be noted that the qualifier “many” in that initial sentence is an important one: you’re pretty clearly trading some of Conine’s power for some of Swaggerty’s speed, so pretending as if the two have similar offensive profiles does both young hitters a disservice. Still, Swaggerty, like Conine, is a highly advanced hitter who controls the strike zone like a wily veteran and never wastes an at bat. He doesn’t have quite the same game-changing speed and the two men obviously play different positions (brief foray in the big leagues for our comp notwithstanding), but I see a little bit of Trea Turner in Swaggerty’s game.

The race for the third college outfielder spot is wide open. Greyson Jenista (Wichita State), Tristan Pompey (Kentucky), Alex McKenna (Cal Poly), and Trevor Larnach (Oregon State) are all jostling for the spot. McKenna can make a case for best pure hit tool in the college class. Jenista might be one of the ones who can challenge him. Same with Alfonso Rivas (Arizona) for that matter. Brock Hale (BYU) has mashed for two years, but now it’ll be time for scouts to really start bearing down on him as a hitter to determine how much is real and how much is due to park/league adjusted inflation. I’m buying, but am also glad to have another season to make a more informed decision on what kind of player he really is. Pompey was a big summer away from launching himself into the “no doubt about it” first round stratosphere (i.e., he could have been Griffin Conine if Griffin Conine wasn’t Griffin Conining the Cape Cod League), but things didn’t really work out. He’s still as talented as ever, so the breakout might just happen a few months later than we were hoping. I’m not typically one to get too worked up over a hitter’s swing, but, damn, is Larnach’s stroke aesthetically pleasing. It’s the kind of swing that’s so pretty that you’d find it almost impossible to believe he won’t hit at the pro level.

I’m not sure Carlos Cortes (South Carolina) can mash his way to the first round, but I’m also not sure he can’t. It’s not a comp per se, but there are some shades of Keston Hiura there. Lars Nootbaar (USC) has the name to make him a fan favorite on the internet and the game (above-average raw power, elite athleticism) to make him a fan favorite on the field.

The absence of a clear-cut third guy — and, for the record, you could argue that even the top two are more up for grabs than I’m making it seem and I wouldn’t put up much of a fight — gives me the opportunity to get a little weird with pushing some personal favorites. DJ Artis (Liberty) already got some love around here back when I thought I could write every day while also taking care of a two-month old baby. Artis is a great athlete who can run, defend, and throw…and he has a 114 BB/58 K ratio through two college seasons. I have no idea how pro teams will value him come June, but I love him and would want my favorite team to draft him without hesitation. Same for Andrew Moritz (North Carolina Greensboro), a plus runner who covers loads of ground in center with a damn near ideal approach needed to excel as a leadoff hitter in pro ball. Count me in. Jameson Hannah (Dallas Baptist) is a highly instinctual player in both center and on the base paths. Beyond that, his power (above-average to plus), speed (ditto), and keen understanding of his strengths and weaknesses as a hitter make him one of this year’s most interesting underhyped college bats.

I happened upon Ashton Bardzell (Hartford) one time while he was in high school. I really liked him then. That look (plus all the other information obtained via various means along the way, but let’s pretend it was mostly that look since I’m such an eagle-eye) was enough for me to rank him 204th in his class out of high school. Now I’m patiently waiting for the 2018 Hartford schedule to be announced so I can happen upon him again (this time on purpose…long story on that HS viewing) and run him even higher up the draft rankings this time around. Bardzell is a really impressive athlete with above-average raw power, above-average to plus wheels, an easy plus arm, and solid range in the outfield. I think he has a chance to become a major college star this season and a top three (minimum) round pick. I’d buy up all the imaginary Ashton Bardzell stock with all my imaginary money (just kidding, I have a kid now so even in my wildest imagination I’m broke) if an imaginary baseball draft prospect stock market existed. In fact, let me go on the record real quick…

Prediction: Conine, Swaggerty, Bardzell

Others: Artis, McKenna, Larnach, Nootbaar, Rivas, Pompey, Cortes, Moritz, Hale, Jake McCarthy (Virginia), Jimmy Herron (Duke), Jackson Lueck (Florida State), Josh Stowers (Louisville), Cameron Simmons (Virginia), Robert Neustrom (Iowa), Marty Bechina (Michigan State), Jawuan Harris (Rutgers), Kyler Murray (Oklahoma), Steele Walker (Oklahoma), Tyler Williams (Arizona State), Steven Kwan (Oregon State), DaShawn Keirsey (Utah), Eric Cole (Arkansas), Antoine Duplantis (LSU), Zach Watson (LSU), Diandre Amion (Alabama State), CJ Newsome (Jackson State), Niko Decolati (Loyola Marymount), Kyle Dean (BYU)

High School Pitchers (7)

The draft is still eight months away, so your best bet here is to throw the top thirty or so high school pitching names in a hat, pull out five to ten names (mean is seven), and loudly declare that those will be the first round prep pitching prospects come June. It’s as good a method as any, I think. One name that probably doesn’t deserve the hat is Ethan Hankins (Forsyth Central HS, Georgia), the present and likely future top pitcher in the high school ranks and a real threat to become the first ever prep righthander to go first overall. Hankins is pretty much what you’d get if you programmed the transmogrifier to the “Projectable High School Pitcher” setting and put it on full power. High heat, a weaponized curve, a nascent but interesting change, and a brand new slider because hey why not add a slider…yeah, that’ll work. Player development is non-linear and I know I fall for this trap more often than I should, BUT if Hankins is this good now with his frame, athleticism, work ethic, and aptitude for learning new things then it’s a whole lot of fun to picture where he could be at in two to three years.

Fellow Peach Stater Kumar Rocker (North Oconee HS, Georgia) is more of a fully realized physical specimen. There’s a part of me that looks at Rocker’s massive 6-5, 250 pound defensive end frame and feels some trepidation wondering about how he’ll look three to five years down the line, but that’s a problem for future me to worry about. Present me loves the stuff Rocker already possesses — no projection needed with his fastball/slider, and his change has looked better the more he’s used it (imagine that…) — and is willing to believe that his size won’t be an issue going forward because of his athletic profile and bloodlines. A fun comp I got on Rocker recently: Jimmy Nelson of the Brewers. Lots of time between now and June to make that look silly, but I don’t hate it for now.

Judging on feedback I’ve gotten on this list already, it appears I’m particularly bullish on Austin Becker (Big Walnut HS, Ohio). He’s a Vanderbilt commit (like both Hankins and Rocker) who already shows command of three easy above-average pitches. That alone sounds pretty good to me. His frame and athleticism suggest he could sit in the mid-90s one day, but he might not even need that kind of premium velocity if his breaking ball (above-average already, chance to be plus) and changeup (not ready to put a grade on it, but it’s really good) continue to progress. Matthew Liberatore (Mountain Ridge HS, Arizona) got better every time he took the mound all summer long. In the early days of the site, I used to talk about how much I loved pitchers without big velocity who got by with superior offspeed stuff and great command suddenly growing into velocity and retaining all the other aspects of their game that made them great originally. It’s like when a talented yet normal-sized basketball player with guard skills shoots up to 6’10” in high school. That’s Liberatore. He’s 6’10” now. Not literally, but you get the idea…I hope.

Slade Cecconi (Trinity Prep, Florida) has a one-two punch (mid-90s sinking fastball, 80-85 cut-slider with plus upside) as good as any arm in the class. Carter Stewart (Eau Gallie HS, Florida) throws a curve so good that I’ll be telling my incredibly bored grandkids about the first time I saw it in action. I’ve heard the name Kluber whispered as a possible comp, especially when he has that curve working. I’ve also heard Luke Bartnicki (Walton HS, Georgia) has a stronger than you’d think commitment to Georgia Tech, but there’s no way a pitcher as talented as him (89-95 FB, 79-85 SL, mid-80s CU, everything down) turns down a first day paycheck. I’m totally enamored with Landon Marceaux (Destrehan HS, Louisiana), a pitcher with command beyond his years who reminds me a lot of Aaron Nola for reasons both meaningful and superficial. Fellow LSU commit Jaden Hill (Ashdown HS, Arkansas) has a potentially special changeup and incredible athleticism. Mike Vasil (Boston College HS, Massachusetts) is the best cold-weather pitcher here. You can count on him for three average or better pitches already. JT Ginn (Brandon HS, Mississippi) is the obligatory “reliever delivery, but stuff to start” prospect in the class. There has to be one every year, right? If it doesn’t work out for Ginn as a starter, his fastball/breaking ball combo in short bursts could get him to the big leagues as fast as any prep pitcher here.

I’m running out of angles for the rest of these pitchers, but rest assured that every name mentioned in the “Others” section below is really damn good. This is a legitimately great year for high school pitching. You’ll see first round talents in most years fall a few rounds past that as teams reach for other, shallower positions under the assumption they can still get quality teenage pitching later.

Fun aside: in my copying/pasting haste, I lost all of my notes on every high school pitcher you see listed below from Hankins to Ashcraft. Good work by me. There’s enough time to rebuild between now and June, but, damn, do I hate myself right now.

Prediction: Hankins, Liberatore, Becker, Cecconi, Rocker, Stewart

Others: Bartnicki, Marceaux, Hill, Vasil, Ginn, Cole Winn (Orange Lutheran HS, California), Jonathan Childress (Forney HS, Texas), Ryan Weathers (Loretto HS, Tennessee), Cole Wilcox (Heritage HS, Georgia), Adam Kloffenstein (Magnolia HS, Texas), Mason Denaburg (Merritt Island HS, Florida), Tyler Ras (Middletown North HS, New Jersey), Jack Perkins (Kokomo HS, Indiana), Simeon Woods-Richardson, (Kempner HS, Texas), Braxton Ashcraft (Robinson HS, Texas), Brandon Birdsell (Conroe HS, Texas), Lineras Torres (Beach HS, New York), Jonathan Gates (Nature Coast Tech HS, Florida), Drew Rom (Highlands HS, Kentucky), Bo Blessie (Lee HS, Texas), Dominic Pipken (Pinole Valley HS, California), Garrett Wade (Hartselle HS, Alabama), Angel Tiburcio (Trinity Christian HS, Florida), Seth Halvorsen (Heritage Christian Academy, Minnesota)

College Pitchers (9)

Depending on who you talk to, Logan Gilbert (Stetson) is either a stealth 1-1 contender or a borderline first round pick. Since you’re talking to me (or whatever the writing/reading equivalent is), you’re going to hear about Gilbert as arguably the top current prospect in this draft. One of the patterns I’ve noticed in successful pitching prospects is a common ability to excel at the “little things.” The scare quotes are needed here because a) these aren’t little things at all, and b) for many people, these aren’t even considered little things. When I get asked about pitchers, the questions are almost always the same. How hard does he throw? What’s his breaking ball like? Can he throw an effective changeup? Tell me about his size, his mechanics, his injury history, his track record on the field…that sort of stuff. Little things like deception, extension, and athleticism are often overlooked. Well, that’s not entirely true. Were overlooked is a more fair way of putting it. Athleticism has always been critically important, but it is being talked about (and measured) in different ways today. Same thing with deception and extension, especially with the proliferation of TrackMan data collection and PitchFX and all the other fancy stuff now being used for pitchers as early as middle school (!) these days.

This is all a long way of saying that Gilbert’s “little things” come up huge. He’s a fantastic athlete by any measure. Picking up the ball on him seems like it would be a nightmare. His extension is just silly as opposing hitters have remarked it looks like he’s handing the ball to the catcher at times. As important as all of this stuff is, he wouldn’t be a 1-1 contender if it weren’t for also excelling at the “big things.” Fastball? He’ll sit anywhere from 89-95 and touch 97, but the pitch hops up another full grade because of the ridiculous natural movement he gets on it. Breaking ball? There’s an average 74-80 curve that will flash better and an above-average 79-82 slider that comes in as a plus pitch at times. The two breakers can run together at times — enough so that I know some just call it a hybrid — but I think the two distinct velo bands speak to the differentiation in break of the two. Changeup? I’d like to see more here this spring, but he has one at 82-85 that has looked fine enough in small doses so far. Size, mechanics, injury history, track record? Check, check, check, and check.

So why are some relatively down on Gilbert at this point? It could be that they aren’t weighing those “little things” as heavily as I am. It could also be some risk-aversion when looking at some of the fair concerns hidden in all of the positivity above. Gilbert’s breaking ball (or balls, depending on your view) can be a devastating pitch, but the consistency isn’t there yet. Same thing with the changeup, though that pitch is more of an unknown than anything else. Not having a reliable knockout offspeed pitch is normally enough to disqualify a guy from early first round talk, so what gives with Gilbert’s lofty rating? It’s all about that fastball. I’ve written a lot of words on the guy already, but it really could have just been one: FASTBALL. Gilbert’s fastball is such a dominating pitch that he could throw it almost exclusively and still get through a lineup multiple times. The fact that he has the makings of a really good breaking ball (or balls) and a serviceable change is akin to icing on the cake. Between the way he pitches off the heat, his build, and the way he gets the most of his “little things,” I can see a bit of both Justin Verlander and Jacob DeGrom in him.

Since I’ve used up all my words for the week already, we’ll do our best to be brief with the remaining college arms. There’s zero chance that this will happen after so much time away, but let’s pretend that it’s possible to help preserve my own sanity. One of my big questions heading into the 2018 college season is pretty straightforward: are we really going to get a Friday night rivalry game with Konnor Pilkington (Mississippi State) and Ryan Rolison (Mississippi) head-to-head this season? I’m truly wondering as I have no idea how these teams are planning on setting up their (stacked) rotations, but, man, wouldn’t that be great? Rolison is the bigger current name thanks to his star turn on the Cape this past summer. Turns out that scouts like lefties with above-average velocity (88-94, 95 peak), stellar hybrid breaking balls (a 76-84 offering that takes the best parts of a good slider and a good curve and turns into something special), and command not typically seen at the amateur level. Pilkington is a little less famous…for now. This port-sider has a similar fastball to Rolison, a better present changeup, and a step or so less breaking ball and command. Add it all up and the two are really close. Two additional fun quirks besides their status as bitter college rivals: 1) Rolison, a draft-eligible sophomore, is old for his class, while Pilkington, a typical draft-eligible junior, is young for his class; despite being a year apart in terms of academics, the two are only two months apart in age, and 2) take a peek at what each pitcher did last season…

KP – 9.3 K/9 – 3.9 BB/9 – 3.08 ERA
RR – 9.4 K/9 – 3.5 BB/9 – 3.07 ERA

We’re not exactly entering The Twilight Zone just yet, but that’s at least a little freaky, right? For the record, the two teams square off on April 6 at Mississippi State. Do you think I can convince the wife that Stark Vegas is an appropriate place for the baby’s first real vacation?

Casey Mize (Auburn) is awesome and maybe a tad overlooked because Auburn isn’t quite Florida or Vanderbilt or Mississippi State, but I’d put his mid-80s split-change up against any offspeed pitch in this class. Mize vs Pilkington or Rolison or Singer would be a pretty nice consolation prize if I can’t sneak my way into the baseball version of the Egg Bowl. In any event, it’s worth noting that Mize put up the best sophomore season (11.7 K/9 and 1.0 BB/9 leading to a 2.04 ERA in 83.2 IP) of any of this year’s top college pitchers. When stuff like his converges with major on-field success, you’re looking at a clear top of the first round talent. Health permitting, naturally.

Speaking of health, Shane McClanahan (South Florida) has a few red flags he can’t help — Tommy John surgery already under his belt and a lack of ideal size (6-1, 175 pounds) — so he might be a little scary for some, but the payoff (mid-90s heat, nasty upper-70s slider, solid mid-80s change) is worth rolling the dice. I loved Blaine Knight (Arkansas) last year. Nothing has changed to make me love him any less. His frame screams projection and, at his best, his stuff is ace-caliber.

Brady Singer (Florida) is the people’s favorite for 1-1 among my quick and dirty random sampling of the Top Five Pick Internet. I get it. Between comparisons by the Florida coaching staff (via D1 and BA) to Aaron Nola, a Cape Cod League coach comparing him to Jeff Hoffman (per MLB.com), and the out of left field but great comp by Brett Myers (!) to Kevin Brown, there’s a ton of support for Singer having a long, successful pro career by those who have seen him up close. No argument from me. As those disparate comps might suggest, Singer fits so many different pitcher archetypes that he’s hard to pin down as a prospect. He’s got the plus command to make you think that’s how he gets by (like the prospect version of Nola). But then he shows a big fastball (up to 97) with a power breaking ball (77-83), so you’re thinking power pitcher (a la Hoffman). Finally he starts using his explosive sinker to get ground ball outs (hence the evocation of Brown). One name that I’ve heard is the now fully realized version of Charlie Morton. Isn’t it wild that drafting Charlie Morton 2.0 with the first pick in a really good draft doesn’t sound crazy?

Singer’s Gator teammate Jackson Kowar (Florida) isn’t quite the same finished product, but the upside might be a half-step higher. When he’s rolling, Kowar will show three true plus pitches: a 90-95 FB (97 peak) that dances, a filthy 81-86 split-change, and an 82-84 slider. His reacclimation to a starter’s workload last season came with a few hiccups, but if he can put it all together in 2018…damn. Much of the same can be said for Jason Bilous (Coastal Carolina), though his main performance issue is (and always has been, if we’re being honest) control. This is in no way a comparison of abilities, but a guy like Bilous reminds me of Michael Cederoth from San Diego State a few years back.

I did a mock draft for 2014 just days after the 2013 draft concluded with Cederoth, the hard throwing but wild reliever poised to make the full-time switch to the rotation, in the two spot. The rest of the list was pretty solid including Trea Turner at three, Carlos Rodon at four, Kyle Schwarber at 8, and on and on and on (plus some bad misses or TBD picks like Touki Toussaint at one, Gareth Morgan at fifteen, and Karsten Whitson at sixteen). Anyway, Cederoth wasn’t the second best player in his class a full year ahead of the draft. Nobody would have argued that. But the perfect world outcome of Cederoth? Now that’s a different story. I feel similarly about Bilous. His best-case outcome is a top five pick; that’s where his talent (like Kowar, a potential three plus pitch starter) pushes him. But his red flags — scattered command and control, Tommy John surgery in the rear-view — and the persistent on-field inconsistencies could knock him down to the same area (third round) where Cederoth was eventually picked. Generally speaking, putting players like this high up on draft rankings early in the process is a smart move. It’s different, but justifiable. It also has a massive payout if you’re right…and if you’re wrong, as I was with Cederoth, it’s easy to sweep under the rug by never bringing it up again. Except when you bring it up on your own three years later. Don’t do that.

Prediction: Gilbert, Mize, Singer, McClanahan, Kowar, Bilous, Pilkington, Rolison

Others: Knight, Tim Cate (Connecticut), Kris Bubic (Stanford), Adam Hill (South Carolina), Colton Eastman (Cal State Fullerton), Austin Bergner (North Carolina), Tarik Skubal (Seattle), Tristan Beck (Stanford), Bryce Tucker (Central Florida), Ryan Feltner (Ohio State), Jensen Elliott (Oklahoma State), Durbin Feltman (TCU), Steven Gingery (Texas Tech), Davis Martin (Texas Tech), Kyle Molnar (UCLA), Tanner Dodson (California), Matt Mercer (Oregon), Nick Sprengel (San Diego), Brooks Crawford (Clemson), Tyler Holton (Florida State), Andrew Cabezas (Miami), Greg Veliz (Miami), Griffin Roberts (Wake Forest), Jackson Goddard (Kansas), Michael Grove (West Virginia), Jack DeGroat (Liberty), Brett Conine (Cal State Fullerton), Noah Davis (UC Santa Barbara), John Rooney (Hofstra), Alex Royalty (UNC Wilmington), Dylan Coleman (Missouri State), Cody Deason (Arizona), Jonathan Olsen (UCLA), Justin Hooper (UCLA), Evan Lee (Arkansas), Davis Daniel (Auburn), Ryan Avidano (Georgia), Kevin Smith (Georgia), Justin Lewis (Kentucky), Sean Hjelle (Kentucky), Christopher Machamer (Kentucky), Zack Hess (LSU), Dallas Woolfork (Mississippi), James McArthur (Mississippi), Zach Linginfelter (Tennessee), Stephen Kolek (Texas A&M), Hogan Harris (Louisiana), Nick Lee (Louisiana), Josiah Gray (Le Moyne)

So now we have our player pool based on a combination of math that isn’t really predictive (unless it is!), my subjective list of the best 2018 draft prospects, and the freshly minted 2018 MLB Draft order. The last minor faux-scientific move is to look at who goes where. I don’t have have the patience to go beyond the top ten, but here’s what I found. These are the demographic groups that have had more than one player selected in each spot in the top five since 2009…

1.1 – College pitcher and HS shortstop
1.2 – HS pitcher and college third baseman
1.3 – College pitcher and HS pitcher and HS shortstop
1.4 – HS pitcher and college pitcher and college catcher
1.5 – College pitcher and HS outfielder

We’ll follow those rules with the one little exception of 1-2…but at least we kept it as a college infielder. If we expand the view for picks six through ten, we see that these are the five demographic groups represented more than three times total in that six to ten range since 2009…

College outfielder, HS pitcher, HS outfielder, college outfielder, HS shortstop

Using all of that, we wind up with this…

1-1 Detroit – RHP Logan Gilbert
1-2 San Francisco – 2B/SS Nick Madrigal
1-3 Philadelphia – RHP Brady Singer
1-4 White Sox – RHP Ethan Hankins
1-5 Cincinnati – LHP Ryan Rolison
1-6 Mets – OF Griffin Conine
1-7 San Diego – SS Nander De Sedas
1-8 Atlanta – LHP Matthew Liberatore
1-9 Oakland – OF Jarred Kelenic
1-10 Pittsburgh – RHP Casey Mize
1-11 Baltimore – RHP Kumar Rocker
1-12 Toronto – SS Brice Turang
1-13 Miami – RHP Austin Becker
1-14 Seattle – 3B Nolan Gorman
1-15 Texas – RHP Slade Cecconi
1-16 Tampa Bay – C Will Banfield
1-17 Angels – OF Parker Meadows
18 Kansas City – 1B Seth Beer
19 St. Louis – OF Ryder Green
20 Minnesota – LHP Shane McClanahan
21 Milwaukee – OF Connor Scott
22 Colorado – OF Travis Swaggerty
23 N.Y. Yankees – RHP Ethan Stewart
24 Chicago Cubs – RHP Jason Bilous
25 Arizona – RHP Jackson Kowar
26 Boston – SS Jeremy Eierman
27 Washington – LHP Konnor Pilkington
28 Houston – 3B Nick Northcut
29 Cleveland – SS Brandon Dieter
30 L.A. Dodgers – OF Ashton Bardzell

…and we’ll skip an unknown pick (31, team TBD) to throw in Tampa’s comp selection for being unable to come to terms with Drew Rasmussen.

31 – Tampa – C Cal Raleigh

Yes, the Rays are doubling up on catchers. No, this mock draft isn’t nearly as scientific as we’re making it out to be. But it’s fun. As importantly, hopefully the avalanche of words above have provided a little more clarity on what makes the players in this year’s draft so exciting.

2017 Top 500

1 – RHP/SS Hunter Greene (Notre Dame HS, California): 94-98 FB, 100-102 peak; average 85-89 CU, flashes better; above-average 81-83 SL, plus upside; 76-79 CB, flashes above-average; plus athlete; plus defensive tools; plus to plus-plus arm; plus to plus-plus raw power; plus bat speed; below-average speed; Frankie Piliere comp: righty Robinson Cano; have heard young Hanley Ramirez; reminds me of a better Josh Lowe as a draft prospect; also heard Jacob Gatewood as a position player; young for class; plus athlete; checks every box imaginable on and off the field; UCLA commit; RHH: FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds

2 – LHP MacKenzie Gore (Whiteville HS, North Carolina): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 79-84 split-CU, plus upside; 72-78 CB with plus upside; average 79-86 cut-SL; plus athlete; BA comp: Scott Kazmir; East Carolina commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

3 – OF/SS Royce Lewis (JSerra HS, California): plus bat speed; above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; plus to plus-plus speed; could be dynamite in CF with more work; could also be tried at 2B; advanced approach; 2080 comps: Lewis Brinson, Desmond Jennings, Justin Upton; younger for class; UC Irvine commit; like him way more than SoCal 1-1 last year (Moniak); RHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 185 pounds

4 – Virginia JR OF/LHP Adam Haseley: plus hit tool; average to above-average power, mostly opposite way; good approach; quick bat; easy CF range; above-average to plus speed (buy it), others have it average; average to above-average arm; great athlete; great BA comp: Brad Wilkerson; 82-90 FB, 92 peak; average 76-77 SL; plus upper-70s CU; mid-70s CB; 2017: 86-88 FB; 81-83 cut-SL; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: 5.28 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 2.17 ERA
2016: 5.54 K/9 – 2.42 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 1.73 ERA
2017: 7.30 K/9 – 2.48 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 3.58 ERA

2015: .250/.355/.322 – 39 BB/53 K – 5/6 SB – 276 AB
2016: .304/.377/.502 – 28 BB/29 K – 3/4 SB – 247 AB
2017: .390/.491/.659 – 44 BB/21 K – 10/14 SB – 223 AB

5 – Vanderbilt JR RHP Kyle Wright: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; 81-85 SL; 85-91 cutter; also 85-87 SL, plus upside; HMM; 76-83 CB, flashes plus; 83-87 CU, flashes average; unafraid to drop sidearm at times; great athlete; two breaking balls run into each other, but damn good pitch either way; plus command; 2017: 91-96 FB, 98-99 peak; plus 78-84 CB; 85-89 cut-SL, flashes above-average; consistently average 84-87 CU, flashes plus; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: 9.46 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 1.22 ERA
2016: 10.32 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 10.54 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 103.1 IP – 3.40 ERA

6 – Virginia JR 1B/OF Pavin Smith: plus hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; good athlete; great approach; well above-average glove; pretty swing; average arm; good athlete; classic hit over power who still has plenty of power; 92-93 FB; TJ survivor; Frankie Piliere comp: Shawn Green; have heard a ton of fun names including Mark Grace, Sean Casey, James Loney, Casey Kotchman, Tino Martinez, LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: .307/.373/.467 – 26 BB/40 K – 2/8 SB – 270 AB
2016: .329/.410/.513 – 36 BB/23 K – 2/3 SB – 228 AB
2017: .342/.427/.570 – 38 BB/12 K – 2/2 SB – 228 AB

7 – Florida JR RHP Alex Faedo: 88-94, 96-97 peak; groundball guy; above-average 78-86 SL with plus upside; improved 80-87 CU; good athlete; 2016: 92-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; plus 82-86 SL; 86-87 CU, flashes average; 2017: 89-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; plus 81-87 SL, flashes even better; 83-88 CU flashes above-average; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 8.70 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 3.25 ERA
2016: 11.44 K/9 – 1.81 BB/9 – 104.2 IP – 3.18 ERA
2017: 11.07 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 107.1 IP – 2.60 ERA

8 – RHP/1B Shane Baz (Concordia Lutheran HS, Texas): 90-96 FB, 98 peak; 83-89 cut-SL, flashes plus; 74-78 CB, average upside; 82-87 CU, average to above-average upside; power upside; young for class; good athlete; RHH; TCU commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

9 – Louisville JR 1B/LHP Brendan McKay: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; plus FB command; above-average 75-84 CB, flashes plus; average 77-82 CU; good deception; leans on FB; plus athlete; good approach; above-average to plus raw power; Danny Hultzen/Sean Doolittle comps; 2016: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 77-82 CB, easy plus upside; 80-83 CU, average upside; see a better version of Brian Johnson; Monroy comp: Logan Morrison; 2017: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; plus 82-84 CU; above-average to plus 77-84 CB; 84-86 cutter; plus FB command; plus raw power; average or better hit tool; strong; could be tried in LF; easiest comp: better Sean Doolittle; BA ceiling comp (hitter): Adrian Gonzalez; BA ceiling comp (pitcher): Cliff Lee; 6-2, 220 pounds

2015: 10.86 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 1.76 ERA
2016: 10.51 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 109.2 IP – 2.30 ERA
2017: 12.12 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 97.1 IP – 2.31 ERA

2015: .308/.418/.431 – 38 BB/42 K – 4/6 SB – 211 AB
2016: .333/.414/.513 – 24 BB/33 K – 0/0 SB – 228 AB
2017: .356/.476/683 – 45 BB/35 K – 2/2 SB – 202 AB

10 – North Carolina JR RHP JB Bukauskas: 89-95 FB, 97-98 peak; plus 81-88 SL, flashes plus-plus; average 78-84 CU, plus upside (up to 85-90 in 2016); Sonny Gray comps from everybody; great PG comp: Lance McCullers; reminds me some of Lincecum and Carson Fulmer, more and more like Stroman by the day; 2017: 91-96 FB, 97 peak; easy plus 81-89 SL; 81-87 CU, above-average to plus upside; older BA comp: Carson Fulmer; updated BA comps: McCullers, Gray; young for class; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 8.26 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.07 ERA) (2016: 12.76 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 3.10 ERA) (2017: 11.27 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 2.53 ERA)

11 – SS Brady McConnell (Merritt Island HS, Florida): above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; above-average to plus speed; mature yet inconsistent approach; compares favorably with recent Florida prep shortstops, reminds me of Rodgers-lite; those who saw him at his best and are willing to ride this out could be rewarded; older for class; Florida commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

12 – JR OF/2B Keston Hiura: plus hit tool; pretty swing; plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; good approach; average to above-average speed, closer to average for me; plus arm when healthy; great feel for game; fine in CF, great in LF; has also played 3B; health of elbow an obvious short-term concern; Callis and BA comps: Rob Refsynder; PG comp: Howie Kendrick; shades of Biggio for me, also Martin Prado; swing shares similarities to Ichiro; easy recent comp is Ian Happ; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .330/.392/.520 – 17 BB/41 K – 1/3 SB – 227 AB
2016: .358/.436/.539 – 25 BB/44 K – 6/10 SB – 204 AB
2017: .442/.567/.693 – 50 BB/38 K – 9/15 SB – 199 AB

13 – Oregon JR LHP David Peterson: 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; average 80-86 CU with above-average upside; 73-76 CB with average upside; 77-83 SL with above-average upside; groundball guy; good athlete; uses height and length to every advantage; ball of clay; 2017: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average to plus 77-84 SL; above-average to plus 74-79 CB; average to above-average 80-84 CU; uses all four pitches smartly; 6-6, 235 pounds

2015: 8.89 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 4.39 ERA
2016: 7.39 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 3.63 ERA
2017: 12.56 K/9 – 1.35 BB/9 – 100.1 IP – 2.51 ERA

14 – LHP Trevor Rogers (Carlsbad HS, New Mexico): 88-94 FB, 96-97 peak; above-average 75-79 SL, plus upside; average 75-78 CU; 73-77 CB, flashes above-average; two breaking balls often morph into one (SL); good command; PG comp: Jay Groome; popular Andrew Miller comps; reminds me some of the HS version of AJ Puk; older for class (e.g., 3 months younger than Groome), but a slightly older pitching prospect may not be the worst thing (closer to passing injury nexus); Texas Tech commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 190 pounds

15 – Kentucky JR 1B/OF Evan White: above-average to plus hit tool; average raw power; easy plus defender; really strong arm; above-average to plus speed; great athlete; good approach; enough range for CF; coach comp (George Horton via D1): JT Snow; maybe a little Derrek Lee and/or Wil Myers for me; also heard Jeff King; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: .318/.369/.410 – 15 BB/33 K – 3/4 SB – 217 AB
2016: .376/.419/.535 – 14 BB/42 K – 10/13 SB – 226 AB
2017: .373/.453/.637 – 25 BB/31 K – 5/7 SB – 212 AB

16 – 1B/LHP Nick Pratto (Huntington Beach HS, California): plus hit tool; above-average to plus power; great approach; perfect swing; plus glove; strong arm; good athlete; average speed; could also play OF: LHH; 85-91 FB; average 76-79 CU, flashes plus; average low-70s CB; reminds me of a Pavin Smith/Brendan McKay combo; USC commit; BA comp: Joey Votto; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

17 – OF/RHP Jordon Adell (Ballard HS, Kentucky): plus to plus-plus speed; plus to plus-plus raw power; plus to plus-plus arm; plus bat speed; 89-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 77-83 CB/SL; 83-86 CU; Sam Monroy: Preston Wilson; RHH; young for class; biggest boom/bust gamble in the draft; Louisville commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

18 – OF Austin Beck (North Davidson HS, North Carolina): good athlete; plus power upside; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; plus arm; CF range; good approach; very similar boom/bust qualities as Jordan Adell; PG comp: Mike Trout (!); Sam Monroy comp: Clint Frazier; North Carolina commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 6-1, 190 pounds

19 – Arkansas SO RHP Blaine Knight: 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; 79-83 SL; 75-78 CB; CU; great athlete; 2017: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; above-average 77-83 cut-SL, plus upside; 73-75 CB; two breaking balls can morph into one; average 85-87 CU, plus upside; FAVORITE; 6-3, 165 pounds

2016: 8.57 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 2.98 ERA
2017: 9.54 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 3.28 ERA

20 – Texas A&M JR RHP Corbin Martin: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; 85-90 cutter; above-average to plus 80-87 CB/SL; above-average 84-86 CU, plus upside; plus athlete; FAVORITE; 2017: 91-95 FB; 83-88 cut-SL; above-average CU; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 10.50 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 3.00 ERA
2016: 11.29 K/9 – 7.19 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 5.47 ERA
2017: 9.84 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 86.0 IP – 3.35 ERA

21 – Central Florida JC SO RHP Nate Pearson: 88-94 FB, 98 peak; average CU; mid-70s CB; low-80s SL; good command; FIU transfer; 2017: 92-97 FB, 100-101 peak; 88-90 SL, average upside; above-average 80-81 CB; average 91-92 CU, plus upside; BA comp: Carl Pavano; have heard Carlos Carrasco…and a very quiet Syndergaard comp; 6-6, 250 pounds

2017: 13.11 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 81.0 IP – 1.56 ERA

22 – LHP DL Hall (Valdosta HS, Georgia): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 72-80 CB, goes both soft and firm (better firmer, 77-80); average yet underdeveloped 73-82 CU with above-average upside, has hit every MPH in my viewing; really good athlete; great command; Monroy and PG comp: Kazmir; BA comp: Kolby Allard; Florida State commit; 6-1, 180 pounds

23 – Louisville SO 3B/OF Drew Ellis: good hit tool; plus power upside; good approach; above-average arm; good enough glove; can also play 1B; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: .309/.426/.468 – 17 BB/15 K – 3/4 SB – 94 AB
2017: .362/.453/.695 – 37 BB/37 K – 6/7 SB – 213 AB

24 – 3B/SS Mark Vientos (American Heritage HS, Florida): plus approach; quick bat; above-average to plus arm; above-average to plus power; young for class; below-average speed; above-average defensive upside; old McDaniel comp: Manny Machado; RHH; Miami commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

25 – SS/2B Jeter Downs (Pace HS, Florida): great athlete; above-average hit tool; average to above-average raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm strength; really good approach; Miami commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 5-11, 180 pounds

26 – UCLA JR RHP Griffin Canning: 85-91 FB, 93 peak; plus 74-80 CB, leans on it; above-average 84-86 CU, flashes plus; above-average 80-87 SL, plus upside; plus command, especially of FB; good athlete; deceptive; see some Nola here; FAVORITE; 2017: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 85-88 CU; 83-87 SL; above-average 77-82 CB, big fan; 6-1, 170 pounds

2015: 9.28 K/9 – 0.84 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 2.95 ERA
2016: 7.82 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 109.1 IP – 3.70 ERA
2017: 10.59 K/9 – 2.42 BB/9 – 119.0 IP – 2.34 ERA

27 – LSU JR RHP Alex Lange: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 80-85 CB, flashes plus; good 82-88 CU; low-80s cut-SL; 2017: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 84-87 CU; 79-83 CB; 85 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 10.34 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 114.0 IP – 1.97 ERA
2016: 10.08 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 111.2 IP – 3.79 ERA
2017: 10.86 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 111.0 IP – 2.92 ERA

28 – RHP Sam Carlson (Burnsville HS, Minnesota): amazing progression of velocity from 84-92 FB at first look to 88-92 by end of last summer to 90-94 FB in Jupiter to 90-96 FB with sink in spring 2017 (97 peak); average 73-83 split-CU (80-83 by end of summer/Jupiter, really good pitch) with clear plus upside; breaking ball has firmed up from mid-70s CB to present above-average 75-84 SL; ground ball stuff; deceptive; power upside; not quite as talented, but could be considered cold state version of Hunter Greene; Florida commit; BA comp: Logan Shore; FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds

29 – SS Nick Allen (Francis Parker HS, California): plus glove; plus range; great approach; average power upside far outstrips what you’d think when you first see him; average to above-average speed, has turned in some plus times; great athlete; average to above-average arm, plus for some (I buy); some shades of Kevin Newman if you believe in bat; older for class; divisive prospect (arm, power); PG comp: Dustin Pedroia; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-8, 150 pounds

30 – RHP Kevin Abel (Madison HS, California): 87-91 FB with sink; above-average 74-76 CB, plus upside; plus to plus-plus 73-76 CU; mixes in screwball that flashes plus; cutter; 72-79 screwball (CU); shades of Kevin Gowdy from last year; FAVORITE; Oregon State commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

31 – RHP Matthew Sauer (Righetti HS, California): 90-96 FB, 97 peak; average 72-75 CB; above-average 78-81 SL, plus upside; 78-80 CU, average upside; Arizona commit; 6-5, 210 pounds

32 – Mississippi State rJR OF/1B Brent Rooker: plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; average speed; average to above-average arm, fits best in LF; good athlete; improving approach; 80-83 FB; 74-76 CB; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: .257/.325/.378 – 7 BB/17 K – 0/0 SB – 74 AB
2016: .320/.371/.553 – 15 BB/46 K – 2/3 SB – 197 AB
2017: .392/.498/.820 – 47 BB/56 K – 18/23 SB – 245 AB

33 – Missouri JR RHP Tanner Houck: 90-96 FB with plus sink, 98-99 peak; above-average 77-84 SL, flashes plus; above-average 83-86 CU, plus upside; criminally underused CU at times; groundball guy; deceptive; PG comps: Aaron Nola and Jered Weaver; Frankie Piliere comp: Max Scherzer; BA comp: Kyle Gibson; coach comp: Darren Dreifort; 2017: 89-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; above-average to plus 80-84 SL; average CU; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 8.11 K/9 – 1.07 BB/9 – 100.2 IP – 3.48 ERA
2016: 9.06 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.99 ERA
2017: 9.04 K/9 – 2.28 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 3.33 ERA

34 – North Carolina JR OF Brian Miller: good hit tool; quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed (I’m in), many others have it less (above-average); great athlete; great approach; above-average CF range; average to above-average power, closer to average for me; average arm; BA comp: Brett Gardner; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

2015: .288/.375/.326 – 19 BB/16 K – 10/12 SB – 132 AB
2016: .345/.440/.469 – 34 BB/29 K – 21/26 SB – 226 AB
2017: .343/.422/.502 – 38 BB/35 K – 24/30 SB – 271 AB

35 – Stanford SO RHP Tristan Beck: 88-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 76-78 CB, can look like a slider at times; 80-83 split-CU, average upside; 6-4, 190 pounds

2016: 8.21 K/9 – 2.81 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 2.48 ERA

36 – Vanderbilt JR OF Jeren Kendall: plus bat speed; can hit it anywhere; above-average to plus raw power; plus-plus speed; plus to plus-plus arm; plus CF range; good approach; good hit tool; D1 comps: Jacoby Ellsbury (BA) and Brett Gardner; PG comp: Andrew McCutchen; reminds me a good bit of Kyle Lewis last year but approach improvements never came; lefty Starling Marte comp is one I like; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .281/.394/.530 – 21 BB/60 K – 19/23 SB – 185 AB
2016: .332/.396/.568 – 25 BB/62 K – 28/36 SB – 250 AB
2017: .307/.372/.556 – 24 BB/74 K – 20/24 SB – 261 AB

37 – LHP Jake Eder (Calvary Christian HS, Florida): 86-94 FB, 95-96 peak; 68-75 CB/SL, flashes above-average; average 77 CU, above-average upside; deceptive; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 215 pounds

38 – RHP/C Hagen Danner (Huntington Beach HS, California): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average to plus 75-78 CB; average 79-82 CU; plus raw power; plus arm; UCLA commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

39 – RHP Blayne Enlow (St. Amant HS, Louisiana): 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; 77-83 CB/SL with easy plus upside; 77-80 CU; great athlete; advanced command; LSU commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 180 pounds

40 – Vanderbilt JR 3B/SS Will Toffey: good athlete; average to above-average raw power; above-average to plus arm; average to above-average speed; good approach; above-average to plus glove; strong; can also play 2B; good approach; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: .294/.380/.420 – 34 BB/65 K – 8/12 SB – 255 AB
2016: .227/.387/.266 – 51 BB/44 K – 9/13 SB – 203 AB
2017: .354/.475/.602 – 48 BB/30 K – 5/9 SB – 206 AB

41 – South Florida JR SS/2B Kevin Merrell: great athlete; really good glove, especially at 2B; plus to plus-plus speed; average or better arm, plays ups; good approach; can also play OF; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

2015: .346/.403/.375 – 17 BB/36 K – 21/27 SB – 240 AB
2016: .320/.418/.401 – 22 BB/22 K – 16/17 SB – 147 AB
2017: .384/.464/.569 – 29 BB/31 K – 19/23 SB – 216 AB

42 – North Carolina JR 2B/SS Logan Warmoth: good hit tool; above-average raw power, others like it way less; good athlete; plus glove; good approach; plus speed, others have it closer to average to above-average (me); quick bat; average to above-average arm, might be stretched at short; can also play OF; very polarizing player with inconsistent (not in a bad way) tools; RHH; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .246/.315/.282 – 18 BB/29 K – 11/14 SB – 195 AB
2016: .337/.402/.481 – 21 BB/24 K – 8/14 SB – 208 AB
2017: .336/.404/.554 – 28 BB/47 K – 18/21 SB – 271 AB

43 – Missouri State JR 3B Jake Burger: plus glove rep took a big hit in 2016; average hit tool; plus to plus-plus raw power; above-average to plus arm, others have it less (average); good athlete; plus bat speed; makes plays at him, but questionable range; strong; Sam Monroy comp: Kevin Millar; PG comp: Will Craig; BA comp: Todd Frazier; reminds me some of Maikel Franco, have also heard Ty Wigginton; RHH; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: .342/.390/.518 – 13 BB/29 K – 4/7 SB – 228 AB
2016: .349/.420/.689 – 23 BB/35 K – 3/5 SB – 235 AB
2017: .332/.445/.656 – 42 BB/38 K – 3/4 SB – 244 AB

44 – Wake Forest JR OF Stuart Fairchild: great approach; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; average or better power; steady glove in CF, keeps getting better (above-average to plus); average or better hit tool; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .349/.429/.497 – 18 BB/40 K – 12/14 SB – 195 AB
2016: .293/.403/.470 – 39 BB/42 K – 14/17 SB – 232 AB
2017: .359/.438/.645 – 29 BB/49 K – 20/25 SB – 248 AB

45 – RHP Steven Jennings (Dekalb County HS, Tennessee): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 77-79 CB, flashes plus; 80-84 SL, flashes above-average; occasional CU; great athlete; Mississippi commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

46 – New Mexico JR OF/LHP Luis Gonzalez: good hit tool; average power; above-average speed; strong arm; CF range; 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 76-78 CB; 74-77 CU; plus athlete; varies arm slot; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

2015: 5.92 K/9 – 5.21 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 6.16 ERA

2015: .299/.405/.496 – 23 BB/13 K – 3/4 SB – 127 AB
2017: .361/.500/.589 – 58 BB/32 K – 14/18 SB – 219 AB)

47 – RHP Michael Mercado (Westview HS, California): 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average CB, flashes plus; above-average cut-SL; circle-CU; Stanford commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 170 pounds

48 – RHP Alex Scherff (Colleyville Heritage HS, Texas): 88-96 FB, 99 peak; above-average 81-86 CU, plus upside; average 73-78 SL/CB, above-average upside; older for class; Texas A&M commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 225 pounds

49 – Houston JR LHP Seth Romero: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average 81-84 CU, flashes better; 89-90 cutter; average to above-average 75-84 SL/CB, more of the firmer SL version in 2017 at 79-83 and flashing plus; good command; good deception; PG comp: Carlos Rodon; 2017: 92-96 FB; 6-2, 225 pounds

2015: 9.98 K/9 – 2.39 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 1.95 ERA
2016: 10.78 K/9 – 2.67 BB/9 – 94.1 IP – 2.29 ERA
2017: 15.74 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 48.2 IP – 3.51 ERA

50 – OF/C Steven Williams (Deerfield-Windsor HS, Georgia): born to hit; good approach; plus raw power; plus bat speed; average speed; great athlete; above-average to plus arm; Auburn commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 220 pounds

51 – Oral Roberts JR C Matt Whatley: plus speed; above-average defender, plus upside; great athlete; above-average power upside; above-average to plus arm; FAVORITE; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .355/.437/.528 – 26 BB/35 K – 16/21 SB – 214 AB
2016: .363/.469/.562 – 39 BB/29 K – 5/5 SB – 201 AB
2017: .302/.446/.509 – 50 BB/41 K – 10/11 SB – 212 AB

52 – OF Heliot Ramos (Leadership Christian HS, Puerto Rico): plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; easy CF range; plus bat speed; young for class; Florida International commit; younger, arguably toolsier version of Bubba Thompson; RHH; 6-2, 185 pounds

53 – OF Bubba Thompson (McGill-Toolin HS, Alabama): above-average to plus speed; plus athlete; CF range; plus power upside; plus bat speed; all comes down to the hit tool for him; invite to draft sure makes it seem like he has a first round guarantee; Alabama commit; RHH; 6-2, 180 pounds

54 – RHP Caden Lemons (Vestavia Hills HS, Alabama): first looks had him 84-90 FB with sink, 91 peak but he’s now been up to 88-94, 96-97 in spring 2017; 74-81 CU; average to above-average 73-77 CB; low-80s SL, flashes plus; Mississippi commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 175 pounds

55 – State College of Florida SO LHP Brendon Little: 89-95 FB, 97 peak; plus 75-83 CB, plus-plus upside; 82-86 CU; UNC transfer; FAVORITE; 6-2, 215 pounds

2017: 14.03 K/9 – 3.48 BB/9 – 85.1 IP – 2.53 ERA

56 – 3B Nick Egnatuk (Immaculata HS, New Jersey): plus power upside; plus bat speed; above-average to plus arm; average or better speed; good athlete; plus defensive tools; RHH; Pittsburgh commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

56 – SS/3B Andrew Papantonis (Delbarton HS, New Jersey): above-average raw power; average to above-average speed; above-average to plus arm; good approach; impressive defensive tools; good athlete; coming back from torn ACL; RHH; Virginia commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

57 – Cal State Fullerton JR OF/2B Scott Hurst: great approach; not much power; above-average to plus speed; good CF range; plus-plus arm; PG comp: Mark Kotsay; 92-94 FB, 96 peak; FAVORITE; 5-10, 185 pounds

2015: .250/.356/.347 – 19 BB/39 K – 5/6 SB – 124 AB
2016: .215/.343/.250 – 23 BB/30 K – 4/9 SB – 144 AB
2017: .330/.421/.592 – 33 BB/33 K – 7/8 SB – 233 AB

58 – Virginia JR RHP Tommy Doyle: 88-94 FB with sink, 95-96 peak; 77-81 CB flashes average; above-average 82-87 cut-SL; above-average split-CU; 6-6, 225 pounds

2015: 5.87 K/9 – 7.04 BB/9 – 23.1 IP – 3.52 ERA
2016: 7.17 K/9 – 2.67 BB/9 – 64.0 IP – 5.06 ERA
2017: 10.18 K/9 – 2.68 BB/9 – 33.2 IP – 1.87 ERA

59 – Seattle JR LHP Tarik Skubal: 90-95 FB, 96 peak; good low-80s CB/SL; above-average to plus CU; young for class; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-3, 220 pounds

2015: 7.37 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 3.25 ERA
2016: 10.56 K/9 – 3.59 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 2.11 ERA

60 – RHP Emerson Hancock (Cairo HS, Georgia): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; low-80s CU, plus upside; mid-70s CB, above-average upside; Georgia commit; FAVORITE; 6-4, 180 pounds

61 – Oregon State JR RHP Drew Rasmussen: 88-96 FB, 98 peak; good 80-87 SL, flashes plus; average 83-87 CU with upside; 87-87 splitter; 87-88 cutter; inconsistent command; TJ surgery (4/16); 2017: 92-96 FB; average 85-86 CU; average 82-87 SL; 6-2, 225 pounds

2015: 6.96 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 106.0 IP – 2.80 ERA
2017: 9.17 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 21.2 IP – 0.83 ERA

62 – South Carolina JR RHP Clarke Schmidt: 88-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; good 76-81 CB, flashes plus; 83-86 CU, needs work; above-average 80-83 SL; good athlete; good command; good deception; four-pitch mix, though CB/SL run into each other (more SL); 2017: 90-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; plus 79-84 SL (some see as CB); average to above-average 85-88 CU, inconsistent; rare CB; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: 8.53 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 58.0 IP – 4.81 ERA
2016: 10.43 K/9 – 2.18 BB/9 – 111.1 IP – 3.40 ERA
2017: 10.45 K/9 – 2.69 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 1.34 ERA

63 – St. Joseph’s JR C Deon Stafford: plus defensive tools, still some rawness to him; plus arm strength, others disagree; great athlete; average or better speed; above-average to plus raw power; average or better hit tool; good approach; quick bat; strong; reminds me some of Mark Zagunis; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .341/.423/.500 – 24 BB/33 K – 3/7 SB – 182 AB
2016: .395/.486/.702 – 36 BB/45 K – 4/5 SB – 215 AB
2017: .288/.464/.521 – 42 BB/28 K – 3/4 SB – 146 AB

64 – OF Jonny DeLuca (Aguora HS, California): above-average hit tool; plus speed; plus arm; plus CF range; plus athlete; Oregon commit; BHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

65 – OF Garrett Mitchell (Orange Lutheran HS, California): plus bat speed; plus to plus-plus speed; above-average to plus raw power, swing not geared for it presently; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; easy CF range; Sam Monroy comp: Jay Bruce; LHH; UCLA commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

66 – 2B/SS Cash Case (First Academy, Florida): plus bat speed; above-average hit tool; average to above-average power upside; average arm; average speed; steady glove; good approach; Notre Dame commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

67 – LHP Jacob Heatherly (Cullman HS, Alabama): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; occasional 76-80 CU, above-average upside; average 68-72 CB, flashes plus; 75-79 SL, above-average to plus upside; great athlete; older for class; Alabama commit; 6-3, 210 pounds

68 – LHP Seth Corry (Lone Peak HS, Utah): 89-94 FB, 96 peak; average 73-76 CB flashes above-average with easy plus upside; 79-82 CU; deceptive; good athlete; BYU commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

69 – RHP Hans Crouse (Dana Hills HS, California): 90-95 FB, 98 peak; average to above-average 72-79 CB/SL, flashes plus; 79-83 CU; inconsistent command; funky delivery; Sam Monroy comp: Zack Greinke; USC commit; 6-4, 180 pounds

70 – OF Drew Waters (Etowah HS, Georgia): average hit tool, chance for more; plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average speed to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; good approach; CF range; great athlete; BHH; Georgia commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 180 pounds

71 – San Diego JR C Riley Adams: good athlete; above-average to plus arm; average to above-average raw power (plus for some); below-average speed; quick bat; raw defender; PG comp: Matt Wieters; FAVORITE; 6-4, 225 pounds

2015: .269/.348/.419 – 19 BB/48 K – 2/3 SB – 160 AB
2016: .327/.443/.512 – 37 BB/46 K – 4/7 SB – 205 AB
2017: .312/.424/.564 – 33 BB/57 K – 2/2 SB – 202 AB

72 – Wake Forest JR 1B Gavin Sheets: above-average to plus power upside, hits it to all fields; good approach; Frankie Piliere comp: Lyle Overbay; shares some similarities with Evan White in this class; 6-5, 235 pounds

2015: .250/.319/.336 – 13 BB/21 K – 0/0 SB – 128 AB
2016: .326/.395/.496 – 24 BB/31 K – 1/1 SB – 236 AB
2017: .322/.429/.634 – 44 BB/33 K – 1/1 SB – 227 AB

73 – OF Cole Brannen (The Westfield School, Georgia): interesting hit tool; quick bat; average to above-average arm; plus to plus-plus speed; easy CF range; great athlete; good approach; older for class; LHH; Georgia Southern commit; 6-1, 190 pounds

74 – Arizona JR OF/1B JJ Matijevic: plus hit tool; above-average raw power; good athlete; plus bat speed; good approach; strong arm (others disagree); below-average speed, plays up to a little under average; played 2B in 2016 and SS in HS; BA comps: John Jaso, James Loney; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .238/.317/.406 – 15 BB/18 K – 2/3 SB – 143 AB
2016: .287/.331/.411 – 17 BB/47 K – 2/3 SB – 265 AB
2017: .383/.436/.633 – 23 BB/38 K – 9/10 SB – 240 AB

75 – SS Noah Campbell (Cardinal Gibbons HS, North Carolina): good hit tool; above-average raw power; plus to plus-plus speed; average arm; great athlete; South Carolina commit; BHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

76 – Wisconsin-Milwaukee JR C Daulton Varsho: great approach; good glove; above-average to plus speed; power upside; great athlete; average at best arm; weird yet fun player; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .238/.315/.433 – 17 BB/39 K – 6/9 SB – 164 AB
2016: .381/.447/.610 – 29 BB/41 K – 16/17 SB – 231 AB
2017: .362/.490/.643 – 46 BB/39 K – 10/13 SB – 199 AB

77 – Oklahoma State JR 3B/1B Garrett Benge: steady glove; average or better arm; great approach; above-average power upside; strong; FAVORITE; LHH; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .292/.380/.433 – 33 BB/47 K – 7/8 SB – 240 AB
2017: .304/.437/.533 – 49 BB/39 K – 5/8 SB – 214 AB

78 – RHP Jack Leftwich (The Next Level Academy, Florida): 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; plus 80-84 CU, others like it less; above-average 77-81 SL/CB; Florida commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 225 pounds

79 – OF Jordan Anderson (Clemens HS, Alabama): good hit tool; above-average raw power; good approach; above-average to plus arm; easy CF range; quick bat; plus athlete; plus speed; Mississippi State commit; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

80 – LSU JR OF/1B Greg Deichmann: plus raw power; above-average to plus speed, has ticked down to closer to average over years; strong; great athlete; hurts himself at times by expanding zone and getting self out; can also play 3B; LHH; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: .288/.346/.513 – 19 BB/41 K – 5/11 SB – 236 AB
2017: .322/.431/.614 – 47 BB/52 K – 5/8 SB – 236 AB

81 – OF/1B Cole Turney (Travis HS, Texas): plus bat speed; really interesting hit tool, more upside than present value; plus power upside, don’t have to go far to project it; average to above-average arm; strong; average at best speed; could play CF, but feels stretched to me; PG comp: Billy McKinney; reminds me some of Kirilloff, have heard Geoff Jenkins; Monroy comp: Burnitz; PG comp: Jay Bruce; Arkansas commit; LHH; 6-0, 200 pounds

82 – College of Charleston rJR RHP Bailey Ober: 86-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average 72-77 CB; above-average 79-83 CU, flashes plus; average 81-84 cut-SL, flashes plus; above-average to plus command; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-8, 215 pounds

2014: 7.15 K/9 – 1.60 BB/9 – 106 IP – 1.51 ERA
2016: 8.91 K/9 – 2.51 BB/9 – 97.0 IP – 3.53 ERA
2017: 11.73 K/9 – 1.77 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 4.50 ERA

83 – Santa Fe JC SO RHP Troy Bacon: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average SL; average to above-average CU; good athlete; Florida transfer; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds (2017: 14.40 K/9 – 2.93 BB/9 – 40.0 IP – 1.35 ERA)

84 – OF Tristen Lutz (Martin HS, Texas): average hit tool; average or better speed; above-average to plus power upside; quick bat; above-average plus arm; good athlete; strong; good approach; should be really good in a corner; Texas commit; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-4, 210 pounds

85 – Notre Dame JR RHP Peter Solomon: 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak (Cape 2016: 92-96 FB, velocity shrank back to 88-92 as summer went on); 83-86 SL, flashes above-average to plus; 79-84 CB, flashes plus; sinking 81-83 CU; good athlete; legit four pitches; FB can move too much for his own good at times; 2017: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 83-87 SL, flashes plus; above-average 79-81 CB, flashes plus; 84-86 CU; 6-4, 200 pounds

2015: 8.86 K/9 – 3.26 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 1.40 ERA
2016: 11.09 K/9 – 6.56 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 4.68 ERA
2017: 10.17 K/9 – 4.67 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 3.83 ERA

86 – Stanford JR OF/LHP Quinn Brodey: average to above-average power; above-average to plus speed; CF range, but better in corner; great athlete; strong arm; good approach; 90-91 FB; CB with above-average upside; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: 3.60 K/9 – 9.00 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 3.60 ERA

2015: .262/.345/.340 – 12 BB/24 K – 4/5 SB – 103 AB
2016: .280/.302/.445 – 9 BB/28 K – 8/9 SB – 213 AB
2017: .314/.371/.556 – 22 BB/33 K – 3/6 SB – 239 AB

87 – OF Kyle Jacobsen (Allatoona HS, Georgia): above-average hit tool; quick bat; above-average to plus speed; CF range; great athlete; average arm; heady player; older for class; South Carolina commit; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

88 – RHP Sam Keating (Canterbury HS, Florida): 85-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average 75-77 CB; 78-83 SL, plus upside; good CU; good athlete; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 175 pounds

89 – OF Quentin Holmes (Monsignor McClancy HS, New York): above-average hit tool; quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed; sneaky power upside; great athlete; average at best arm; easy CF range; good approach; young for class; PG comps: Lewis Brinson, Brian Hunter; RHH; Mississippi State commit; 6-1, 175 pounds

90 – Louisville rFR RHP Riley Thompson: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; good 78-82 SL/CB; low- to mid-80s CU; good athlete; TJ survivor; 6-3, 200 pounds

2017: 14.18 K/9 – 4.93 BB/9 – 14.2 IP – 4.30 ERA

91 – Florida State JR SS/2B Taylor Walls: plus range; above-average to plus arm, some like it less; above-average speed; Pillere comp: Brock Holt; 5-10, 180 pounds

2015: .220/.373/.247 – 52 BB/55 K – 7/8 SB – 227 AB
2016: .355/.479/.516 – 59 BB/45 K – 14/16 SB – 248 AB
2017: .262/.401/.393 – 57 BB/43 K – 10/12 SB – 244 AB

92 – Oregon State JR 1B/C KJ Harrison: above-average or better hit tool; average or better arm; above-average defensive tools; above-average to plus raw power; mature approach; hits it to all fields; good at first base; good athlete; worth trying behind plate; could also play OF corner; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .309/.401/.527 – 30 BB/53 K – 1/1 SB – 220 AB
2016: .265/.381/.525 – 29 BB/38 K – 4/5 SB – 200 AB
2017: .332/.396/.505 – 23 BB/34 K – 7/9 SB – 196 AB

93 – 1B Alejandro Toral (Archbishop McCarthy HS, Florida): plus hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; plus approach; plus bat speed; strong; average or better defender; average arm; below-average speed; sticking with him despite down spring due to injuries and being pitched around; D1 comp: Adrian Gonzalez; Monroy comp: Kendrys Morales; Miami commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 220 pounds

94 – RHP Blake Beers (Loyola HS, California): 87-92 FB; average 74-76 CB, above-average upside; good CU; Michigan commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 215 pounds

95 – RHP/3B Boyd Vander Kooi (Skyline HS, Arizona): 84-90 FB with plus sink, 92-93 peak; average above-average 76-78 SL/CB; CU; deceptive; great athlete; plus raw power; Arizona State commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

96 – RHP Tommy Mace (Sunlake HS, Florida): 84-92 FB, 94 peak; average 74-79 CB/SL, above-average upside; 81 CU; good command; deceptive; good athlete; Florida commit; FAVORITE; 6-7, 200 pounds

97 – Chipola JC SO OF/1B Reynaldo Rivera: plus raw power; plus arm; average speed; 6-6, 250 pounds

2016: .397/.497/.647 – 29 BB/51 K – 3/5 SB – 184 AB
2017: .438/.534/.865 – 40 BB/43 K – 4/6 SB – 192 AB

98 – St. Mary’s JR 2B/3B Zach Kirtley: above-average to plus hit tool; quick bat; average arm; good athlete; below-average speed; some similarities to Willie Calhoun, have also heard Aaron Boone; PG comps: Mark DeRosa, Logan Gray; RHH; 6-1, 190 pounds

2015: .346/.429/.418 – 25 BB/31 K – 3/7 SB – 208 AB
2016: .323/.428/.504 – 35 BB/35 K – 4/6 SB – 226 AB
2017: .292/.433/.439 – 48 BB/35 K – 3/4 SB – 212 AB

99 – Bryant JR RHP James Karinchack: 88-93 FB with sink, 94 peak; above-average 79-84 CB, flashes plus; above-average 82-85 CU; good command; 2017: 89-96 FB, 98 peak; above-average to plus 79-83 CB; mid-80s split-CU; 6-3, 225 pounds

2015: 8.54 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 77.2 IP – 3.23 ERA
2016: 10.66 K/9 – 4.09 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 2.00 ERA
2017: 13.66 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 56.2 IP – 3.65 ERA

100 – Arkansas JR RHP Trevor Stephan: 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; average 78-82 SL/CB, flashes above-average to plus; 72-77 CB; cutter; 84-86 split-CU; deceptive; good athlete; deceptive; FAVORITE; 6-5, 225 pounds

2017: 11.87 K/9 – 1.98 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 2.87 ERA

101 – Jacksonville JR RHP Michael Baumann: 89-94 FB, 97 peak; above-average 78-80 CB; above-average 83-86 cut-SL; very occasional CU; 6-4, 225 pounds

2015: 9.11 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 2.25 ERA
2016: 8.28 K/9 – 4.20 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 4.32 ERA
2017: 10.00 K/9 – 3.61 BB/9 – 87.1 IP – 3.09 ERA

102 – South Carolina JR RHP Tyler Johnson: 89-96 FB, 99 peak; average to above-average yet inconsistent 80-87 SL/CB, flashes plus; average 81-86 CU; good athlete; BA comp: Daniel Bard; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: 9.00 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 7.2 IP – 4.50 ERA
2016: 10.21 K/9 – 1.38 BB/9 – 52.0 IP – 2.42 ERA
2017: 13.69 K/9 – 5.13 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 2.39 ERA

103 – RHP Matt Tabor (Milton Academy, Massachusetts): 84-92 FB to 88-92 now to 90-96 (97 peak) in the last year plus; 70-80 CU, flashes plus (80-82 now); 73-75 CB (78-81 now); 76-80 SL; Elon commit; 6-1, 180 pounds

104 – Washington JR C Joey Morgan: easy above-average glove; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; average to above-average raw power; average speed; young for class; RHH; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .215/.318/.323 – 15 BB/21 K – 0/1 SB – 130 AB
2016: .267/.343/.404 – 21 BB/46 K – 1/1 SB – 183 AB
2017: .324/.427/.500 – 30 BB/35 K – 1/1 SB – 182 AB

105 – Hartford JR C Erik Ostberg: good hit tool; power upside; plus arm; average speed; improved defender; FAVORITE; 5-10, 225 pounds

2015: .234/.319/.258 – 13 BB/22 K – 10/13 SB – 124 AB
2016: .340/.444/.431 – 37 BB/29 K – 5/10 SB – 197 AB
2017: .500/.596/.860 – 22 BB/10 K – 5/6 SB – 86 AB

106 – Xavier JR LHP Zac Lowther: 86-92 FB, 93 peak; average 82-84 SL; above-average to plus 75-81 CB/SL (CB for me); 80-83 CU; good command, especially of FB; very deceptive; FAVORITE; 6-2, 235 pounds

2015: 7.27 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.81 ERA
2016: 7.41 K/9 – 2.65 BB/9 – 102.0 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 13.29 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 2.92 ERA

107 – RHP Garrett “Hunter” Ruth (Bucholz HS, Florida): 90-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average 80-84 SL/CB, plus upside; good 79-81 CU; Florida commit; TJ surgery in 2017; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

108 – Louisville JR C/1B Colby Fitch: good approach; good athlete; average or better arm; above-average power upside; average defender; can also play OF; FAVORITE; LHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

2015: .269/.321/.346 – 5 BB/17 K – 0/0 SB – 78 AB
2016: .339/.451/.596 – 20 BB/18 K – 0/1 SB – 109 AB
2017: .252/.373/.472 – 34 BB/48 K – 2/2 SB – 218 AB

109 – Houston JR C/SS Connor Wong: good hit tool; good glove; above-average arm; above-average speed; good athlete; can also play OF; 6-0, 180 pounds

2015: .248/.320/.382 – 24 BB/40 K – 3/5 SB – 238 AB
2016: .304/.415/.439 – 43 BB/44 K – 9/11 SB – 230 AB
2017: .287/.379/.494 – 31 BB/49 K – 26/30 SB – 265 AB

110 – 3B/RHP Ryan Vilade (Frisco HS, Texas): above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; average speed; has also played 2B; RHH; Oklahoma State commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

111 – OF/LHP Daniel Cabrera (Parkview Baptist HS, Louisiana): plus hit tool; average or better arm; average at best speed; some power upside; quick bat; 87-89 FB; good CU; LSU commit; LHH; 6-1, 185 pounds

112 – 1B/3B Tyler Hardman (Temescal Canyon HS, California): average hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; strong; below-average speed; average at best arm; RHH; Oklahoma commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

113 – C Sam Praytor (Helena HS, Alabama): above-average hit tool; average raw power; strong arm; Alabama commit; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds

114 – SS Matthew Golda (Inspiration Academy, Florida): plus defensive tools; average arm, plays up (above-average); good athlete; average speed; good approach; RHH; Florida Atlantic commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

115 – Xavier JR 3B/2B Rylan Bannon: average to above-average power upside; plus defender; average speed; 5-10, 180 pounds

2015: .194/.284/.224 – 17 BB/36 K – 4/4 SB – 165 AB
2016: .273/.390/.473 – 34 BB/39 K – 7/12 SB – 205 AB
2017: .325/.439/.618 – 37 BB/45 K – 17/18 SB – 212 AB

116 – 2B/SS Austin Martin (Trinity Christian HS, Florida): steady defender; average raw power; average or better arm, could push him back to SS where his defensive skills belong if it proves 100% healthy; plus athlete; above-average to plus speed; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 6-0, 175 pounds

117 – 3B/OF Jayson Gonzalez (Bishop Amat HS, California): above-average to plus power upside; above-average arm; average speed; strong; good defensive tools; RHH; Vanderbilt commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

118 – Grayson JC SO RHP Tyler Ivey: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average low-80s SL; average 74-77 CB; CU; deceptive; Texas A&M transfer; 6-4, 200 pounds

2017: 14.08 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 2.08 ERA

119 – RHP/1B Joseph Perez (Archbishop McCarthy HS, Florida): 89-96 FB, 99 peak; 77-84 SL/CB, flashes above-average to plus; good athlete; young for class; command, delivery, and changeup are all questions; plus power upside; plus arm; add health to the list of question after TJ surgery (6/17); Miami commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

120 – Itawamba JC SO 1B Tyreque Reed: plus raw power; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 260 pounds

2017: .504/.638/.943 – 46 BB/11 K – 6/6 SB – 141 AB

121 – SS Ricardo De La Torre (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): above-average to plus raw power; plus arm; average speed; serious defensive upside, but still makes some mental errors; Auburn commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 175 pounds

122 – Binghamton rSO 1B/3B Justin Yurchak: good hit tool; good approach; Wake Forest transfer; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .313/.424/.456 – 30 BB/22 K – 4/4 SB – 160 AB
2017: .320/.474/.442 – 41 BB/12 K – 0/0 SB – 147 AB

123 – 2B/SS Tyler Freeman (Etiwanda HS, California): good hit tool; good approach; power upside; steady glove; average to above-average arm; average speed, plays up; good athlete; good target if you miss on Nick Allen; TCU commit; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 170 pounds

124 – Texas rJR RHP Morgan Cooper: 88-94 FB, 96-97 peak; 87-88 SL; impressive 69-73 CB, flashes plus; good low- to mid-80s CU, flashes plus; TJ survivor; 2016: 91-93 FB, 95 peak; 2017: 90-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 82-85 SL; average low- to mid-80s CU; 74-79 CB; 89 cutter; 6-5, 220 pounds

2014: 6.59 K/9 – 1.45 BB/9 – 56 IP – 2.89 ERA
2016: 7.40 K/9 – 2.28 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 4.03 ERA
2017: 11.09 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 89.1 IP – 2.32 ERA

125 – C Blake Hunt (Mater Dei HS, California): above-average power upside; plus arm; above-average defensive tools; Pepperdine commit; RHH; 6-3, 200 pounds

126 – OF Mason House (Whitehouse HS, Texas): plus raw power; above-average speed; above-average arm; plus athlete; another mystery hit tool gamble; LHH; Oklahoma State commit; BA comp: Billy McKinney; 6-2, 190 pounds

127 – SS/OF Adam Hall (AB Lucas SS, Ontario): plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; really quick bat; intriguing defensive tools; good approach; RHH; Sam Monroy comp: Mark Ellis; 6-0, 175 pounds

128 – Virginia JR 3B/OF Charlie Cody: power upside; above-average speed; good athlete; 6-1, 185 pounds

2015: .291/.350/.382 – 2 BB/12 K – 0/1 SB – 55 AB
2016: .220/.313/.402 – 9 BB/15 K – 0/0 SB – 82 AB
2017: .254/.407/.507 – 12 BB/12 K – 3/3 SB – 67 AB

129 – C MJ Melendez (Westminster Christian HS, Florida): plus bat speed; plus arm; good defender; really good athlete; average power upside; good speed; bat is very much a question right now; defends like a pro, thinks like a pro; Florida International commit; LHH; 6-0, 175 pounds

130 – Chipola JC rSO 3B/2B Andrew Bechtold: average hit tool; plus raw power; plus bat speed; good glove; above-average speed; strong arm; can also play SS; Maryland transfer; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .419/.532/.676 – 49 BB/44 K – 24/28 SB – 210 AB)

131 – Michigan JR LHP Oliver Jaskie: 85-90 FB with sink, 92 peak; above-average 80-87 cut-SL; average to above-average 81-86 CU; average 79-82 CB, truer SL for some; good command; deceptive; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: 10.16 K/9 – 6.39 BB/9 – 30.2 IP – 5.52 ERA
2017: 11.52 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 3.77 ERA

132 – RHP/1B Kyle Hurt (Torrey Pines HS, California): 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; above-average 75-84 CU, plus upside; average 73-78 CB/SL, above-average to plus upside; older for class; USC commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

133 – RHP AJ Labas (Trinity Christian HS, Florida): 87-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; average 73-81 CB/SL; above-average 78-82 CU, flashes plus; North Florida commit; 6-3, 220 pounds

134 – RHP Tanner Burns (Decatur HS, Alabama): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 78-82 SL/CB, up to 83-85 in spring 2017; good CU; good athlete; PG comp: Grant Holmes; BA comp: JB Bukauskas; Auburn commit; 6-0, 210 pounds

135 – RHP Jeremiah Estrada (Palm Desert HS, California): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; lots of natural cut on FB; 77-81 SL; above-average 81-83 CU, flashes plus; average or better 74-75 CB, plus upside; two breaking balls often become one; good athlete; UCLA commit; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

136 – OF Baron Radcliff (Norcross HS, Georgia): quick bat; great athlete; plus power upside; average to above-average speed; good approach; FAVORITE; Georgia Tech commit; LHH; 6-4, 215 pounds

137 – Hartford JR SS/3B Ben Bengtson: quick bat; plus defensive tools; good athlete; good speed; strong arm; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .269/.365/.365 – 16 BB/24 K – 6/9 SB – 156 AB
2016: .316/.385/.540 – 19 BB/27 K – 5/9 SB – 187 AB
2017: .323/.401/.479 – 19 BB/25 K – 7/9 SB – 167 AB

138 – OF/LHP Christian Robinson (Viera HS, Florida): above-average to plus power upside; average to above-average arm; average or better speed; good athlete; strong; mid-80s FB; good CB/SL; young for class; LHH; Stanford commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

139 – LHP Logan Allen (University HS, Florida): 87-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average 73-77 CB; average to above-average 79-83 CU; average to above-average 77-79 cut-SL; deceptive; good command; PG comp: Eric Lauer; Florida International commit; 6-0, 175 pounds

140 – RHP/SS Bryce Bonnin (Barbers Hill HS, Texas): 89-94 FB with plus movement, 95 peak; above-average 79-87 SL, flashes plus when thrown firmer; good athlete; Arkansas commit; RHH: 6-0, 180 pounds

141 – SS Jacob Amaya (South Hills HS, California): above-average hit tool; average power; good defensive tools; above-average arm; Cal State Fullerton commit; RHH; 6-0, 200 pounds

142 – SS Greg Jones (Cary HS, North Carolina): average power upside; good athlete; plus speed; plus arm; old for class; seemingly every year I comp a guy to Roman Quinn and that’s Jones this year; UNC Wilmington commit; BHH; 5-11, 170 pounds

143 – SS Chris Seise (West Orange HS, Florida): average raw power; plus speed; plus arm; good defensive tools; BHH; Central Florida commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

144 – Rice JR SS/OF Tristan Gray: good glove; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; good athlete; strong arm; can also play 2B; 91 FB; LHH; 6-3, 180 pounds

2015: .247/.310/.370 – 10 BB/31 K – 0/1 SB – 154 AB
2016: .295/.353/.462 – 12 BB/31 K – 0/2 SB – 156 AB
2017: .313/.399/.540 – 24 BB/34 K – 1/3 SB – 176 AB

145 – Oklahoma State SR RHP Trey Cobb: 89-94 FB with plus sink, up to 92-96 now; above-average 77-84 cut-SL, flashes plus more consistently now (up to 87); low-80s CU with upside; CB; 6-1, 200 pounds

2014: 7.27 K/9 – 4.67 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 3.12 ERA
2015: 8.08 K/9 – 2.90 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 2.59 ERA
2016: 11.03 K/9 – 3.53 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 12.18 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 3.37 ERA

146 – Tampa JR RHP Garrett Cave: 88-97 FB, 99 peak (92-98 Cape 2016); above-average to plus 79-82 CB/SL; CU flashes average; good athlete; FIU transfer; mirrored image of Brendon Little; 2017: 91-96 FB; 78-81 CB; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 7.33 K/9 – 9.00 BB/9 – 26.2 IP – 5.00 ERA
2017: 12.26 K/9 – 4.68 BB/9 – 61.2 IP – 4.23 ERA

147 – OF/LHP Gabriel Rodriguez (Colegio Angel David HS, Puerto Rico): good hit tool; above-average raw power; plus arm; low-90s FB; Florida International commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

148 – OF Kevin Watson (Beaverton HS, Oregon): plus athlete; good arm; easy CF range; above-average speed; good approach; Oregon State commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

149 – OF Conner Uselton (Southmoore HS, Oklahoma): above-average hit tool; strong; above-average to plus power upside; strong arm; above-average speed; above-average arm; quick bat; good athlete; fits best in a corner; older for class; RHH; Oklahoma State commit; 6-4, 190 pounds

150 – OF/1B Calvin Mitchell (Rancho Bernardo HS, California): really good hit tool, chance for plus; above-average to plus power upside; plus bat speed; good approach; good in a corner; average at best speed; below-average arm; think of him as a better Cornelius Randolph; San Diego commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

151 – Clemson JR LHP Charlie Barnes: 85-90 FB with sink; above-average to plus 75-79 CU; average 71-75 CB; 77-83 cut-SL; deceptive; 6-2, 170 pounds

2015: 8.62 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 3.38 ERA
2016: 7.99 K/9 – 2.28 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 4.66 ERA
2017: 10.04 K/9 – 1.95 BB/9 – 101.1 IP – 3.20 ERA

152 – Kennesaw State JR RHP Tony Dibrell: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average to plus 79-85 SL; average 79-82 CU, flashes above-average with plus upside; low-70s CB; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 9.56 K/9 – 1.69 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 5.06 ERA
2016: 10.94 K/9 – 4.97 BB/9 – 54.1 IP – 4.64 ERA
2017: 9.70 K/9 – 3.67 BB/9 – 95.2 IP – 2.45 ERA

153 – Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Connor Seabold: 87-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good 76-81 SL/CB; average 80-82 CU; above-average 85-86 splitter; really good command; FAVORITE; 6-3, 185 pounds

2015: 9.91 K/9 – 1.57 BB/9 – 69.0 IP – 3.26 ERA
2016: 10.37 K/9 – 0.97 BB/9 – 83.1 IP – 2.48 ERA
2017: 8.80 K/9 – 1.62 BB/9 – 122.2 IP – 3.01 ERA

154 – 1B/3B Tim Elko (Hillsborough HS, Florida): good approach; above-average to plus power upside; quick bat; strong; strong arm; RHH; Mississippi commit; 6-4, 225 pounds

155 – RHP/SS Oscar Serratos (Grayson HS, Georgia): 90-92 FB; good CB/SL; good CU; above-average to plus arm; average speed; very young for class; Georgia Tech commit; RHH: 6-3, 185 pounds

156 – Charlotte JR 2B/OF Brett Netzer: average to above-average hit tool; good approach; average to above-average raw power; above-average to plus speed; average arm; good athlete; good enough defender; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .318/.382/.399 – 14 BB/24 K – 3/5 SB – 148 AB
2016: .384/.461/.555 – 25 BB/20 K – 6/6 SB – 211 AB
2017: .342/.425/.509 – 29 BB/27 K – 5/7 SB – 234 AB

157 – LHP Shane Drohan (Cardinal Newman HS, Florida): 87-90 FB; above-average upper-70s CB with plus upside; 82-86 CU with above-average upside; Florida State commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 190 pounds

158 – Houston JR 2B/SS Jake Scheiner: good hit tool; good approach; steady glove; can also play 3B; 6-1, 200 pounds

2017: .346/.432/.667 – 27 BB/41 K – 8/11 SB – 243 AB

159 – LHP Brendan Murphy (Mundelein HS, Illinois): 85-90 FB, 92 peak; above-average 80-82 CU, plus upside; 77-80 CB/SL, average upside; good athlete; Arizona State commit; 6-4, 200 pounds

160 – RHP/3B Griffin McGarry (Menlo HS, California): 87-92 FB, 94 peak; average low-80s CU; above-average 75-78 SL/CB, plus upside; good athlete; good defensive tools; above-average arm; Virginia commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

161 – RHP CJ Van Eyk (Steinbrenner HS, Florida): 86-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 74-79 CB/SL, flashes plus; average 77-82 CU; deceptive; Florida State commit; 6-2, 185 pounds

162 – LHP Mitchell Stone (Deer Creek HS, Oklahoma): 87-92 FB; average 71-78 CB with above-average to plus upside; 79-83 CU, average to above-average upside; reminds me some of Kyle Young; Oklahoma State commit; 6-9, 250 pounds

163 – OF Leugim Castillo (Lancaster HS, New York): above-average power upside; plus to plus-plus speed; quick bat; average arm; great athlete; RHH; Oklahoma commit; 6-3, 220 pounds

164 – Maryland JR SS Kevin Smith: really good glove, easy above-average range and makes all the plays hit to him; plus arm; above-average raw power; good approach; quick bat; good athlete; average at best speed, but smart on bases; polarizing player; BA comp: Zack Cozart; RHH; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .273/.358/.422 – 29 BB/35 K – 11/15 SB – 249 AB
2016: .259/.308/.409 – 16 BB/49 K – 0/2 SB – 232 AB
2017: .268/.323/.552 – 14 BB/48 K – 4/4 SB – 194 AB

165 – C Phillip Clarke (Christ Presbyterian HS, Tennessee): above-average hit tool; average raw power; good approach; average defender; average at best arm; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; LHH; 5-11, 190 pounds

166 – OF Kier Meredith (Glenn HS, North Carolina): good approach; plus to plus-plus speed; easy CF range; below-average arm; BA comp: Ben Revere; Clemson commit; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 175 pounds

167 – Morehead State JR LHP Aaron Leasher: 86-92 FB; above-average 78-83 SL/CB; average 80 CU with sink; good athlete; PG comp: Jaime Garcia; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

2015: 8.53 K/9 – 6.63 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 9.71 ERA
2016: 11.95 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 80.2 IP – 4.57 ERA
2017: 10.24 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 92.1 IP – 4.19 ERA

168 – RHP Trey Dillard (Desert Mountain HS, Arizona): 86-92 FB with plus sink, 94 peak; above-average 76-81 SL/CB, plus upside; CU with sink; San Jacinto JC commit; 6-2, 215 pounds

169 – OF Zachary Daniels (Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy, Georgia): plus bat speed; above-average raw power; great athlete; above-average to plus speed; average at best arm; BA comp: Daz Cameron; Tennessee commit; RHH; 6-1, 185 pounds

170 – RHP Landon Leach (Pickering SS, Ontario): 87-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; 77-85 SL/CB, flashes average; 80-82 CU; good athlete; Texas commit; 6-4, 215 pounds

171 – Texas A&M JR RHP Brigham Hill: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average but inconsistent 76-82 SL/CB, more CB than SL in 2017; above-average to plus low-80s (82-85) split-CU; good athlete; 2017: 88-93 FB; 82-84 SL; 81-83 CU; 76-79 CB; TJ survivor; 5-11, 180 pounds

2015: 10.89 K/9 – 4.26 BB/9 – 18.2 IP – 5.21 ERA
2016: 9.19 K/9 – 2.60 BB/9 – 97.0 IP – 2.51 ERA
2017: 10.00 K/9 – 2.71 BB/9 – 96.1 IP – 3.18 ERA

172 – C Luis Campusano (Cross Creek HS, Georgia): good defensive tools; average arm strength but very accurate; underrated athlete; above-average raw power; strong; good approach; South Carolina commit; RHH; 6-0, 200 pounds

173 – SS Hayden Cantrelle (Teurlings Catholic HS, Louisiana): good hit tool; plus speed; above-average arm; BHH; Louisiana commit; 5-10, 175 pounds

174 – Connecticut JR 3B/SS Willy Yahn: good athlete; good glove; FAVORITE; 5-11, 185 pounds

2015: .343/.388/.453 – 10 BB/13 K – 4/7 SB – 172 AB
2016: .319/.355/.453 – 9 BB/19 K – 7/10 SB – 276 AB
2017: .317/.376/.434 – 13 BB/13 K – 6/9 SB – 189 AB

175 – Washington JR RHP Noah Bremer: 87-92 FB with sink; good low-80s split-CU; average to above-average 77 CB; cut-SL; good command; 6-4, 190 pounds

2015: 4.15 K/9 – 1.85 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 2.42 ERA
2017: 9.00 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 103.0 IP – 3.15 ERA

176 – Maryland JR RHP Brian Shaffer: 87-92 FB with plus sink, 94-95 peak; plus CU, I like more than most; good 76-82 SL/CB; plus FB command; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

2015: 7.67 K/9 – 1.33 BB/9 – 61.0 IP – 4.57 ERA
2016: 6.52 K/9 – 1.13 BB/9 – 103.2 IP – 2.60 ERA
2017: 9.06 K/9 – 1.50 BB/9 – 108.1 IP – 2.66 ERA

177 – RHP Joe Lancelotti (Penn Charter HS, Pennsylvania): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average 75-80 kCB/SL; 78-81 CU; stuff-wise, see HS version of JB Bukauskas as a comp; North Carolina commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

178 – SS Alika Williams (Rancho Bernardo HS, California): plus defensive tools; good athlete; average speed; sneaky pop; BA comp: Nick Ahmed; Arizona State commit; RHH; 6-2, 175 pounds

179 – 3B/1B Blake Diggle (IMG Academy, Florida): plus bat speed; above-average to plus raw power; plus arm; steady glove; good approach; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 220 pounds

180 – UAB rSO OF/C Brewer Hicklen: above-average raw power; average arm; great athlete; plus speed; plus range; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: .289/.413/.408 – 38 BB/41 K – 22/28 SB – 201 AB
2017: .328/.422/.586 – 25 BB/52 K – 17/21 SB – 186 AB

181 – Lipscomb JR OF Michael Gigliotti: above-average hit tool; good approach; really good glove in CF, at least above-average and could be plus; plus to plus-plus speed; good athlete; average arm; average power upside; PG comps: Leonys Martin, Josh Hart; LHH; 6-1, 180 pounds

2015: .336/.409/.448 – 25 BB/31 K – 17/24 SB – 232 AB
2016: .302/.409/.464 – 31 BB/35 K – 15/19 SB – 192 AB
2017: .282/.447/.406 – 51 BB/41 K – 31/36 SB – 202 AB

182 – Arizona State JR OF/LHP Andrew Shaps: easy CF range; great athlete; above-average arm; plus speed; 88-93 FB; dismissed from team; coach comp: Kole Calhoun; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .321/.360/.443 – 13 BB/37 K – 6/11 SB – 212 AB
2019: .299/.368/.490 – 14 BB/14 K – 7/12 SB – 147 AB

183 – Cal Poly JR RHP Erich Uelmen: 90-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; above-average 81-86 SL, plus upside; average 80-82 CB; occasional CU; good athlete; good command; BA comp: Derek Lowe; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: 7.65 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 7.20 ERA
2016: 6.77 K/9 – 2.13 BB/9 – 93.0 IP – 3.68 ERA
2017: 9.15 K/9 – 2.11 BB/9 – 98.1 IP – 2.93 ERA

184 – Michigan State rSO LHP/1B Alex Troop: 86-92 FB with sink; plus 77-80 CU, one of my favorites in this class; much improved 79-80 SL/CB, now average; deceptive; good hit tool; power upside; can also play OF: FAVORITE; 6-5, 210 pounds

2015: 7.61 K/9 – 4.01 BB/9 – 42.2 IP – 5.27 ERA
2016: 11.45 K/9 – 2.45 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 1.64 ERA
2017: 8.94 K/9 – 3.12 BB/9 – 83.2 IP – 2.47 ERA

2015: .226/.305/.321 – 5 BB/19 K – 0/1 SB – 53 AB
2016: .372/.471/.581 – 8 BB/11 K – 2/2 SB – 43 AB
2017: .321/.444/.531 – 18 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 81 AB

185 – South Carolina rJR RHP Wil Crowe: 87-94 FB, 96-97 peak; above-average 78-82 SL; above-average 71-75 CB, flashes plus with plus upside (up to 79-81 in 2016, CB/SL now one pitch); average 78-85 CU; FB cuts and sinks; BA Tommy Hunter comp; Lance Lynn comp; torn UCL in 4/2015; 2017: 91-95 FB with sink, 97 peak; good 77-80 CB; 80-85 SL; two breaking balls can run into each other at times; good 80-86 CU, inconsistent; 6-2, 250 pounds

2014: 5.77 K/9 – 1.86 BB/9 – 91 IP – 2.74 ERA
2015: 10.41 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 51.1 IP – 4.94 ERA
2017: 8.78 K/9 – 3.02 BB/9 – 92.1 IP – 3.41 ERA

186 – OF Jacob Pearson (West Monroe HS, Louisiana): above-average to plus hit tool; above-average to plus speed; power upside; CF range; average at best arm; BA comp: Jake Mangum; old for class; LSU commit; LHH; 5-11, 190 pounds

187 – Texas Tech JR OF/SS Tanner Gardner: plus defensive upside at either SS or CF depending on who you ask; good approach; sneaky pop; above-average speed; good athlete; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds

2015: .238/.308/.385 – 13 BB/20 K – 6/7 SB – 130 AB
2016: .379/.484/.549 – 43 BB/32 K – 6/9 SB – 235 AB
2017: .305/.395/.485 – 26 BB/31 K – 6/6 SB – 200 AB

188 – Duke SO OF Jimmy Herron: plus to plus-plus speed; plus arm; power upside; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .324/.418/.440 – 29 BB/25 K – 24/28 SB – 207 AB
2017: .326/.412/.474 – 29 BB/34 K – 17/24 SB – 230 AB

189 – Auburn rJR RHP Keegan Thompson: 87-94 FB, 95 peak; plus 74-75 CB; plus 78-79 SL; good CU; plus FB command; power upside; old (updated) Jonathan Gray comp; TJ survivor; 2017: 87-93 FB; 82-84 SL; 76-79 CB; above-average 78-83 CU; two breaking balls might now be one, but still a plus pitch for me; 6-2, 210 pounds

2014: 7.33 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 89.2 IP – 2.01 ERA
2015: 7.97 K/9 – 2.06 BB/9 – 69.2 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 7.23 K/9 – 1.64 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 2.41 ERA

190 – 3B/OF Jason Willow (Lambrick Park SS, British Columbia): power upside; good athlete; above-average to plus arm; good defensive tools; average at best speed; RHH; UC Santa Barbara commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

191 – Virginia JR SS/2B Ernie Clement: strong hit tool; plus CF range; plus glove at 2B; plus to plus-plus speed (in), others have it less (above-average); average arm; great athlete; outstanding bunter; very high contact approach; little power; BA comp: Chris Taylor; my view: Fernando Vina, Eric Young, David Eckstein; have heard Jose Peraza; 6-0, 160 pounds

2015: .245/.303/.310 – 9 BB/12 K – 3/11 SB – 229 AB
2016: .351/.383/.443 – 13 BB/12 K – 6/10 SB – 262 AB
2017: .315/.345/.366 – 13 BB/7 K – 14/16 SB – 254 AB

192 – Kentucky JR 2B/SS Riley Mahan: average or better hit tool; average raw power; good athlete; good glove, but inconsistent accuracy on throws; above-average speed; above-average to plus arm; 6-2, 190 pounds

2015: .232/.295/.337 – 7 BB/27 K – 1/2 SB – 95 AB
2016: .316/.348/.490 – 11 BB/51 K – 8/11 SB – 196 AB
2017: .336/.392/.618 – 22 BB/56 K – 9/12 SB – 262 AB

193 – TCU JR C Evan Skoug: plus bat speed; strong; good hit tool; average or better power upside, many like it more (plus); legitimately improved defender, but still questionable; average at best arm; defense: intangibles and sure-handedness (good), raw athleticism and flash plays (not good); older BA comp: Kyle Schwarber; newer BA/Fitt comp: Matt Thaiss; LHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

2015: .285/.365/.426 – 28 BB/50 K – 5/8 SB – 256 AB
2016: .301/.390/.502 – 34 BB/47 K – 7/7 SB – 249 AB
2017: .278/.387/.547 – 38 BB/84 K – 3/3 SB – 234 AB

194 – Wake Forest SO RHP Griffin Roberts: 88-94 FB with big sink, 95 peak; average to above-average 80-85 CB/SL, looks like a SL to me; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: 10.38 K/9 – 12.69 BB/9 – 15.2 IP – 9.19 ERA
2017: 13.42 K/9 – 5.19 BB/9 – 50.1 IP – 2.15 ERA

195 – RHP Justin Bullock (South Granville HS, North Carolina): 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; good 80-84 CU; good 74-76 CB; good athlete; NC State commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

196 – LHP Jordan Fowler (Dyer County HS, Tennessee): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average CB; average CU; Mississippi commit; FAVORITE; 6-2, 175 pounds

197 – SS Andrew Swift (Hamilton HS, Arizona): above-average to plus speed; good defensive tools; strong arm; Arizona State commit; 6-1, 150 pounds

198 – Binghamton JR OF/2B CJ Krowiak: easy CF range; plus speed; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .325/.453/.442 – 17 BB/11 K – 5/7 SB – 77 AB
2016: .314/.366/.368 – 18 BB/12 K – 16/19 SB – 223 AB
2017: .326/.390/.480 – 18 BB/18 K – 13/18 SB – 175 AB

199 – Auburn JR OF Jonah Todd: good hit tool; CF range; above-average to plus speed; plus athlete; average at best arm; PG comp: Brett Gardner; 6-0, 180 pounds

2017: .376/.460/.471 – 37 BB/28 K – 9/14 SB – 242 AB

200 – St. John’s JR 2B/SS Jesse Berardi: good hit tool; average speed; steady glove; good approach; average arm, plays up; coach comp (via D1): Joe Panik; 5-10, 185 pounds

2015: .200/.321/.215 – 11 BB/12 K – 1/3 SB – 65 AB
2016: .298/.394/.455 – 27 BB/25 K – 7/8 SB – 191 AB
2017: .356/.456/.462 – 38 BB/35 K – 12/15 SB – 225 AB

201 – RHP/SS John Swanda (Roosevelt HS, Iowa): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good 79-80 CB; 79-80 CU with plus upside; good athlete; strong arm; RHH; Nebraska commit; 6-2, 185 pounds

202 – 3B/SS Tanner Morris (Miller HS, Virginia): good hit tool; average raw power; strong arm; LHH; Virginia commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

203 – LSU SR SS/2B Kramer Robertson: average to above-average speed; average or better power; plus athlete; intriguing bat; steady glove, many think he sticks at short now but arm might still be a little short; 5-10, 170 pounds

2014: .200/.339/.290 – 17 BB/21 K – 3/4 SB – 100 AB
2015: .232/.338/.286 – 9 BB/9 K – 1/1 SB – 56 AB
2016: .324/.417/.440 – 27 BB/20 K – 14/18 SB – 259 AB
2017: .314/.416/.498 – 35 BB/26 K – 7/10 SB – 255 AB

204 – 3B/2B Ben Ramirez (Eastlake HS, California): plus raw power; average or better arm; average or better speed; can also play SS; USC commit; LHH; 6-3, 180 pounds

205 – LHP Sam Weatherly (Howell HS, Michigan): 85-90 FB; really good 78-81 CU; 75-78 SL/CB; deceptive; good athlete; Clemson commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 175 pounds

206 – RHP Chris McMahon (Rustin HS, Pennsylvania): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 77-79 CB/SL, plus upside; 79-81 CU; great athlete; Miami commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

207 – RHP Freddy Tarnok (Riverview HS, Florida): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; 75-77 CB, flashes above-average; Tampa commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

208 – 3B Raymond Gil (Gulliver Prep, Florida): plus bat speed; above-average raw power; above-average arm; average speed; good athlete; RHH; Miami commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

209 – 3B Buddy Kennedy (Millville HS, New Jersey): good hit tool; above-average to plus speed; average arm; steady glove; good athlete; North Carolina commit; 5-11, 215 pounds

210 – OF/C Blake Paugh (Chaparral HS, Arizona): good hit tool; plus power upside; average speed; Arizona commit; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

211 – Michigan JR 1B/3B Drew Lugbauer: plus to plus-plus raw power, hits it to all fields; strong; good approach; strong arm; good glove behind plate, has improved markedly; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: .211/.300/.281 – 15 BB/36 K – 0/0 SB – 114 AB
2016: .294/.389/.483 – 30 BB/55 K – 1/1 SB – 201 AB
2017: .288/.401/.518 – 38 BB/68 K – 2/3 SB – 222 AB

212 – Gonzaga JR RHP Eli Morgan: 85-91 FB with sink, 93 peak; plus 74-76 CU; CB; SL; plus deception; PG comp: David Cone (!); self-comps (per BA): Marco Estrada/Johnny Cueto; FAVORITE; 5-10, 185 pounds

2015: 7.04 K/9 – 1.57 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 2.35 ERA
2016: 8.68 K/9 – 2.51 BB/9 – 111.0 IP – 3.73 ERA
2017: 12.35 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 100.2 IP – 2.86 ERA

213 – 1B/3B Jacob Gonzalez (Chaparral HS, Arizona): plus to plus-plus raw power; strong; below-average arm; good approach, getting better; older for class; BA comp: CJ Cron; TCU commit; RHH; 6-4, 200 pounds

214 – South Carolina Upstate JR OF JJ Shimko: great approach; good hit tool; power upside; plus speed; easy CF range; strong; FAVORITE; 6-1, 220 pounds

2015: .190/.280/.200 – 11 BB/33 K – 1/2 SB – 105 AB
2016: .292/.383/.373 – 20 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 185 AB
2017: .300/.417/.435 – 38 BB/32 K – 7/7 SB – 207 AB

215 – Wake Forest rSO SS/2B Bruce Steel: power upside; strong arm; steady glove; can also play 3B; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

2015: .167/.241/.269 – 7 BB/19 K – 1/1 SB – 78 AB
2017: .272/.386/.555 – 32 BB/54 K – 4/6 SB – 173 AB

216 – OF Johnathan Rodriguez (Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus arm; young for class; Florida International commit; BHH; 6-3, 180 pounds

217 – RHP Glenn Albanese (Batavia HS, Illinois): 90-92 FB with sink; 81-84 CU with plus upside; CB; Louisville commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 225 pounds

218 – RHP James Marinan (Park Vista HS, Florida): 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 74-78 CB; good mid-70s CU; good athlete; Miami commit; 6-5, 220 pounds

219 – LHP Hugh Fisher (Briarcrest Christian School, Tennessee): 86-92 FB; average 72-78 CB/SL; 79-81 CU; good deception; Vanderbilt commit; FAVORITE; 6-5, 180 pounds

220 – East Tennessee State JR C/1B Hagen Owenby: power upside; good athlete; 6-1, 205 pounds

2015: .310/.409/.497 – 26 BB/26 K – 0/0 SB – 171 AB
2016: .374/.426/.660 – 23 BB/30 K – 1/5 SB – 235 AB
2017: .346/.438/.573 – 40 BB/24 K – 1/1 SB – 234 AB

221 – Florida JR 1B/C JJ Schwarz: above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; average glove, but has gotten much better (2015); defense and body took major step back in 2016, yet improving again on Cape; average or better arm; long swing; not great at first; anticipated Zack Collins debates all over again didn’t come to pass; RHH; 6-2, 215 pounds

2015: .332/.398/.629 – 28 BB/46 K – 1/1 SB – 256 AB
2016: .290/.397/.456 – 45 BB/54 K – 2/4 SB – 252 AB
2017: .269/.369/.449 – 35 BB/54 K – 6/7 SB – 269 AB

221 – LHP John Kodros (Coppell HS, Texas): 82-86 FB; above-average 74-79 SL; 75-76 CU, flashes average; low-70s CB; good deception; FAVORITE; 6-5, 175 pounds

223 – OF/1B Oraj Anu (The Next Level Academy, Florida): above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; great athlete; below-average arm, limits him to LF presently; BHH; Florida International commit; 6-3, 210 pounds

224 – Arizona JR OF Jared Oliva: plus to plus-plus speed, others have it less; easy CF range; great athlete; above-average power upside; 6-2, 190 pounds

2015: .272/.340/.390 – 12 BB/33 K – 4/6 SB – 136 AB
2016: .240/.293/.378 – 14 BB/45 K – 13/18 SB – 217 AB
2017: .321/.385/.498 – 26 BB/42 K – 10/13 SB – 243 AB

225 – Oklahoma State JR OF Garrett McCain: good hit tool; good approach; average or better speed, times as high as plus; average power; strong arm; good athlete; 86-90 FB; good CU; 6-0, 180 pounds

2015: .319/.467/.389 – 11 BB/17 K – 7/7 SB – 72 AB
2016: .203/.385/.243 – 17 BB/18 K – 11/13 SB – 74 AB
2017: .388/.491/.549 – 29 BB/33 K – 19/20 SB – 224 AB

226 – Iowa JR 1B Jake Adams: plus power; good glove; slow; 6-2, 235 pounds

2017: .335/.417/.747 – 29 BB/57 K – 5/6 SB – 245 AB

227 – Old Dominion JR SS/2B Zach Rutherford: really good glove, makes all the plays; average to above-average power upside; average to above-average speed; average at best arm; RHH; 6-2, 180 pounds

2015: .317/.367/.409 – 10 BB/26 K – 4/4 SB – 164 AB
2016: .311/.372/.409 – 18 BB/35 K – 12/14 SB – 225 AB
2017: .332/.397/.472 – 21 BB/39 K – 7/10 SB – 235 AB

228 – State College of Florida SO 3B Ryan Karstetter: power upside; good approach; good athlete; Virginia transfer; 6-4, 210 pounds

2016: .225/.254/.275 – 2 BB/26 K – 2/3 SB – 120 AB
2017: .363/.412/.540 – 20 BB/35 K – 3/7 SB – 226 AB

229 – Kansas JR LHP Blake Weiman: 87-92 FB; good CU; good SL; 6-4, 200 pounds

2015: 3.70 K/9 – 2.09 BB/9 – 56.0 IP – 6.75 ERA
2017: 11.00 K/9 – 1.00 BB/9 – 45.0 IP – 2.80 ERA

230 – LHP Hunter Milligan (Greenbrier HS, Arkansas): 85-90 FB with sink; above-average 74-76 CB/SL, plus upside; 76-78 CU; recovering from torn labrum; Arkansas commit; 6-4, 215 pounds

231 – 3B/SS Adisyn Coffey (Delta HS, Indiana): intriguing hit tool; average at best power; plus speed; good approach; average defensive tools, could stick at SS; average to above-average arm; good athlete; Arizona State commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 6-2, 180 pounds

232 – San Diego JR RHP Jonathan Teaney: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 78-80 CB; average CU with above-average upside; plus athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: 8.76 K/9 – 8.76 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 5.35 ERA
2016: 13.13 K/9 – 8.63 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 7.50 ERA
2017: 11.54 K/9 – 6.46 BB/9 – 39.0 IP – 5.54 ERA

233 – Cal Poly rSO RHP Spencer Howard: 90-96 FB; good mid-80s cut-SL; average upper-70s CU; good athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds

2016: 9.59 K/9 – 3.20 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 2.95 ERA
2017: 9.96 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 87.2 IP – 1.95 ERA

234 – Texas Tech JR SS Orlando Garcia: very good glove; average to above-average arm; above-average raw power; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: .259/.326/.345 – 10 BB/28 K – 2/3 SB – 116 AB
2016: .265/.378/.425 – 29 BB/46 K – 6/7 SB – 200 AB
2017: .305/.386/.550 – 26 BB/62 K – 9/14 SB – 220 AB

235 – Louisville JR SS/2B Devin Hairston: good hit tool; really good glove; average at best arm, just enough for SS with release helping it play up; above-average to plus speed, others like it way less; plus athlete; 5-8, 175 pounds

2015: .212/.274/.275 – 19 BB/39 K – 2/3 SB – 189 AB
2016: .361/.415/.478 – 21 BB/32 K – 3/4 SB – 249 AB
2017: .303/.347/.423 – 15 BB/32 K – 3/5 SB – 241 AB

236 – Mississippi rSO RHP Brady Feigl: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 79-84 SL/CB; good 83-86 CU; good command; 6-5, 220 pounds

2016: 8.65 K/9 – 3.10 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 3.76 ERA
2017: 9.17 K/9 – 1.70 BB/9 – 53.0 IP – 4.08 ERA

237 – Oregon State rJR RHP Jake Thompson: 88-95 FB, 97-98 peak; above-average SL; CU; 2017: 90-96 FB FB, 98 peak; 75-80 CB; above-average to plus 80-86 SL; 79-83 CU; 6-2, 200 pounds

2014: 5.75 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 36 IP – 4.25 ERA
2016: 7.82 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 61.0 IP – 4.28 ERA
2017: 8.60 K/9 – 2.74 BB/9 – 118.1 IP – 1.52 ERA

238 – 1B/OF Terriez Fuller (Griffin HS, Georgia): easy plus raw power; very strong; average at best arm; hit tool will be question until it isn’t; average at best speed; can’t shake the Larry Green parallels; Chipola JC commit; LHH; 6-4, 240 pounds

239 – RHP Mason Hickman (Pope John Paul II HS, Tennessee): 87-91 FB with sink; above-average 77-84 SL/CB; CU; deceptive; Vanderbilt commit; 6-6, 230 pounds

240 – Seattle JR LHP Nick Meservey: out in 2017 (TJ); 86-92 FB, 94-95 peak; easy plus FB; average or better 75-80 CB; average or better 79-81 CU; good command; fearless with offspeed; very easy velocity; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 10.71 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 4.71 ERA
2016: 8.75 K/9 – 4.76 BB/9 – 81.1 IP – 2.32 ERA
2017: 6.43 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 3.86 ERA

241 – Utah JR RHP Jayson Rose: 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; average 72-77 CB/SL; above-average 81-86 CU, flashes plus to plus-plus; good athlete; PG comp: Mike Leake; 5-11, 175 pounds

2015: 7.29 K/9 – 2.79 BB/9 – 84.0 IP – 3.54 ERA
2016: 8.75 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 109.0 IP – 2.89 ERA
2017: 7.85 K/9 – 4.12 BB/9 – 94.0 IP – 3.35 ERA

242 – Florida JR SS/2B Dalton Guthrie: average hit tool; average arm, plays up; really good glove; above-average to plus speed; exceptional instincts; coach comp (via D1): Adam Everett; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .287/.362/.365 – 29 BB/45 K – 6/12 SB – 282 AB) (2016: .305/.367/.366 – 25 BB/26 K – 8/13 SB – 279 AB) (2017: .262/.342/.351 – 25 BB/36 K – 10/15 SB – 225 AB)

243 – William & Mary JR 2B Cullen Large: above-average raw power; above-average speed; average or better defender; BHH; 6-0, 175 pounds

2015: .302/.371/.405 – 22 BB/42 K – 4/4 SB – 222 AB
2016: .328/.406/.508 – 28 BB/34 K – 4/5 SB – 250 AB
2017: .338/.419/.507 – 26 BB/37 K – 5/7 SB – 225 AB

244 – Sam Houston State JR OF Bryce Johnson: power upside; plus to plus-plus speed; great athlete; easy CF range; above-average to plus arm; 6-2, 180 pounds

2015: .310/.392/.364 – 19 BB/28 K – 16/21 SB – 187 AB
2016: .345/.401/.418 – 16 BB/33 K – 20/27 SB – 261 AB
2017: .351/.455/.436 – 34 BB/39 K – 33/40 SB – 259 AB

245 – Clemson JR OF Chase Pinder: plus hit tool; above-average raw power; steady in CF; good arm; average to above-average speed; 5-10, 185 pounds

2015: .256/.360/.375 – 21 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 160 AB
2016: .294/.412/.471 – 43 BB/40 K – 7/11 SB – 255 AB
2017: .310/.425/.472 – 37 BB/41 K – 13/16 SB – 229 AB

246 – Miami JR OF Carl Chester: plus-plus speed; plus arm; quick bat; average power upside; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .267/.355/.408 – 18 BB/45 K – 11/14 SB – 191 AB
2016: .336/.426/.395 – 22 BB/35 K – 16/26 SB – 253 AB
2017: .281/.367/.402 – 24 BB/21 K – 8/14 SB – 224 AB

247 – Furman JR RHP Will Gaddis: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average or better 84-88 cut-SL; average to above-average 78-80 kCB; average or better 82-83 CU; 6-1, 180 pounds

2015: 5.82 K/9 – 2.52 BB/9 – 81.2 IP – 5.38 ERA
2016: 8.15 K/9 – 1.77 BB/9 – 101.2 IP – 3.45 ERA
2017: 7.63 K/9 – 1.37 BB/9 – 105.0 IP – 1.89 ERA

248 – RHP Matt Givin (Rock Canyon HS, Colorado): 88-92 FB; low-80s CB with plus upside; Xavier commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

249 – RHP/SS Brian Morrell (Shoreham-Wading River HS, New York): 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; average yet underdeveloped 71-76 CB; average 79-81 SL; above-average raw power; plus arm; good athlete; BHH; Notre Dame commit; 6-1, 190 pounds

250 – OF Patrick DeMarco (Winder-Barrow HS, Georgia): above-average power; average to above-average speed, plus for some; above-average arm; CF range; Vanderbilt commit; 5-11, 200 pounds

251 – Northampton JC SO C Angel Lopez: plus arm; good defender; great approach; FAVORITE; 5-10, 190 pounds

2016: .387/.524/.604 – 23 BB/11 K – 15/16 SB – 111 AB
2017: .411/.549/.858 – 44 BB/14 K – 14/14 SB – 141 AB

252 – Texas A&M JR RHP Cason Sherrod: 88-96 FB with sink, 98 peak; 85-86 SL, average or better upside; CU flashes above-average; 6-4, 215 pounds

2016: 8.50 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 18.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2017: 7.84 K/9 – 4.95 BB/9 – 43.2 IP – 2.89 ERA

253 – RHP Wilberto Rivera (Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): 90-95 FB, 97 peak; 73-76 CB/SL; good athlete; Florida International commit; PG comps: Edwin Diaz, Joe Jimenez; 6-4, 200 pounds

254 – RHP Ben Jordan (West Carter County HS, Kentucky): 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; 74-78 CB; 79-81 SL; good athlete; older for class; Kentucky commit; TJ in 2017; 6-9, 220 pounds

255 – RHP/3B Devin Ortiz (St. Joseph Regional HS, New Jersey): 86-91 FB; average 75-81 SL, above-average upside; 70-76 CB; 80 CU; good athlete; above-average raw power; Virginia commit; 6-3, 190 pounds

256 – RHP Daniel Ritcheson (Bishop Alemany HS, California): 88-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; above-average 75-79 CB, plus upside; 80-82 CU; 82-83 SL; San Diego State commit; Sam Monroy comp: Justin Masterson; 6-4, 200 pounds

257 – C Spencer Smith (Northern Durham HS, North Carolina): above-average to plus power upside; good defender; strong; good athlete; average arm; East Carolina commit; RHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

258 – 2B/SS Trevor Hauver (Perry HS, Arizona): good hit tool; power upside; quick bat; Arizona State commit; LHH; 6-0, 185 pounds

259 – UMass-Lowell SO OF Chris Sharpe: great athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds

2016: .228/.351/.310 – 28 BB/52 K – 8/8 SB – 171 AB
2017: .338/.432/.685 – 16 BB/27 K – 6/8 SB – 130 AB

260 – Houston JR OF/2B Corey Julks: good athlete; above-average speed; plus bat speed; could also be tried at 3B; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .302/.384/.469 – 21 BB/31 K – 3/5 SB – 179 AB
2016: .332/.409/.439 – 25 BB/34 K – 10/12 SB – 196 AB
2017: .335/.426/.572 – 35 BB/35 K – 15/20 SB – 215 AB

261 – C/OF Canaan Smith (Rockwall-Heath HS, Texas): power upside; good approach; good athlete; strong; reminds me some of Jakson Reetz; Arkansas commit; FAVORITE; 6-0, 210 pounds

262 – 3B Brett Cain (China Spring HS, Texas): good speed; good approach; good athlete; unconventional swing, but he makes it work; FAVORITE; 6-5, 200 pounds

263 – Gonzaga SR RHP Wyatt Mills: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; plus 80-82 SL; average or better CU; submariner; plus deception; very good command; BA comp: Steve Cishek; FAVORITE; 6-3, 175 pounds

2015: 4.74 K/9 – 1.89 BB/9 – 19.1 IP – 2.84 ERA
2016: 9.17 K/9 – 4.83 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 2.65 ERA
2017: 12.95 K/9 – 0.89 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 1.79 ERA

264 – Cal State Fullerton JR 2B/OF Dillon Persinger: good hit tool; good approach; plus speed; good enough defender; RHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

*2016: .417/.523/.661 – 28 BB/30 K – 15/18 SB – 180 AB
2017: .272/.347/.428 – 30 BB/38 K – 18/22 SB – 197 AB

265 – 1B/OF Nick Brueser (Hamilton HS, Arizona): good hit tool; power upside; plus defender; strong Stanford commit; RHH: 6-3, 180 pounds

266 – Seton Hall JR RHP Zach Schellenger: 89-95 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; above-average to plus 81-85 SL; deceptive; classic sinker/slider reliever profile; 6-5, 210 pounds

2015: 6.48 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 25.1 IP – 5.04 ERA
2016: 13.82 K/9 – 4.15 BB/9 – 45.2 IP – 4.34 ERA

267 – North Carolina SO 3B Kyle Datres: plus arm strength; plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside (average for some); average to above-average speed, plays up; good approach; can also play SS and 2B; plus athlete; strong; 88-92 FB; good CB/SL; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2016: .250/.384/.375 – 27 BB/28 K – 6/6 SB – 152 AB
2017: .265/.391/.422 – 29 BB/45 K – 4/7 SB – 230 AB

268 – UNLV rSO OF Ernie De La Trinidad: power upside; good defender; PG comp: Brian Giles; 5-9, 165 pounds

*2016: .399/.497/.662 – 24 BB/24 K – 12/15 SB – 148 AB
2017: .361/.465/.559 – 21 BB/32 K – 12/17 SB – 202 AB

269 – Stanford JR OF/1B Matt Winaker: good athlete; really good glove at 1B, plus upside; above-average speed; above-average raw power; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .268/.383/.380 – 31 BB/30 K – 1/2 SB – 179 AB
2016: .254/.356/.360 – 28 BB/20 K – 0/0 SB – 189 AB
2017: .308/.432/.514 – 42 BB/36 K – 3/6 SB – 208 AB

270 – Michigan State JR OF/LHP Brandon Hughes: good athlete; above-average to plus speed; easy CF range; above-average arm; BHH; 88-91 FB; 6-2, 215 pounds

2015: .280/.353/.405 – 19 BB/29 K – 3/6 SB – 200 AB
2016: .303/.393/.404 – 28 BB/39 K – 17/22 SB – 208 AB
2017: .330/.382/.473 – 18 BB/24 K – 30/36 SB – 203 AB

271 – Rice JR RHP Glenn Otto: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average low-80s SL; plus low-80s CU (disputed); plus 76-81 kCB; deceptive; 2017: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; 80-84 CB/SL, plus upside; 80-83 CU; 6-5, 240 pounds

2015: 14.27 K/9 – 6.15 BB/9 – 41.0 IP – 1.54 ERA
2016: 9.55 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 2.26 ERA
2017: 12.23 K/9 – 4.38 BB/9 – 59.2 IP – 3.77 ERA

272 – Louisiana SR RHP Wyatt Marks: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; 76-84 cut-SL flashes plus; good low-80s CU; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 9.13 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 66.2 IP – 3.22 ERA
2016: 9.47 K/9 – 2.37 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2017: 15.18 K/9 – 3.79 BB/9 – 59.1 IP – 2.28 ERA

273 – RHP Jonathan Stroman (La Cueva HS, New Mexico): 85-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; above-average 80-82 CU; upper-70s SL, flashes average; 73-76 CB; Arizona commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

274 – RHP Brandon McCabe (Forest Hill HS, Florida): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; plus 77-80 CB; occasional 81-86 split-CU; 6-2, 190 pounds

275 – LHP Jerryell Rivera Gonzalez (Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): 85-91 FB with plus sink, 93 peak; good 75-78 CU; 71-73 CB/SL; good command; good athlete; Florida International commit

276 – LHP Reid Detmers (Chatham-Glenwood HS, Illinois): 85-91 FB; above-average 72-76 SL/CB, plus upside; Louisville commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

277 – LHP Ethan Lindow (Locust Grove HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB; average to above-average 78 CU; upper-60s CB; FAVORITE; 6-2, 175 pounds

278 – RHP Caleb Sloan (Regis Jesuit HS, Colorado): 89-94 FB, 96-97 peak; inconsistent 77-85 CB/SL, above-average to plus upside; low-80s CU; command comes and goes; TCU commit; 6-3, 215 pounds

279 – RHP/1B Nick Storz (Poly Prep, New York): 87-93 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average 75-82 SL/kCB, plus upside; 84-85 CU; plus raw power; unusually strong; older for class; PG comp: Mark Trumbo; LSU commit; 6-6, 250 pounds

280 – RHP Aaron Perry (Hurricane HS, West Virginia): 89-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 81-87 SL, flashes plus; D1 comp: Marcus Stroman; Kentucky commit; stress fracture in elbow in spring 2017; 5-11, 175 pounds

281 – 2B/SS Ivan Johnson (Kennesaw Mountain HS, Georgia): good hit tool; good athlete; above-average speed; average arm; good defensive tools; Georgia commit; BHH; 6-0, 190 pounds

282 – SS Jake Holmes (Pinnacle HS, Arizona): above-average arm; plus speed; good athlete; Arizona State commit; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

283 – 3B/SS Adam Oviedo (Alvarado HS, Texas): strong arm; above-average power upside; good defensive tools; TCU commit; RHH; 6-0, 185 pounds

284 – OF Nelson Velasquez (PJ Education HS, Puerto Rico): plus bat speed; above-average power upside; plus arm; plus speed;

285 – OF/3B Joshua Crouch (Florida): plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average arm; below-average speed; RHH; Florida International commit

286 – OF Zachary DeLoach (Hebron HS, Texas): quick bat; average to above-average raw power; average speed; average to above-average arm; good athlete; Texas A&M commit; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

287 – Missouri JR OF/2B Trey Harris: power upside; strong; quick bat; good approach; strong arm; good athlete; can also play 3B; 5-10, 220 pounds

2015: .263/.307/.376 – 10 BB/37 K – 6/6 SB – 186 AB
2017: .268/.388/.508 – 32 BB/27 K – 9/12 SB – 183 AB

288 – North Carolina State JR 3B/SS Joe Dunand: above-average arm; really impressive defensive tools, chance to be above-average to plus glove at 3B; above-average to plus raw power; quick bat; strong; great athlete; slow; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: .219/.289/.381 – 15 BB/36 K – 1/2 SB – 215 AB
2016: .297/.345/.424 – 18 BB/42 K – 3/5 SB – 236 AB
2017: .290/.366/.638 – 17 BB/43 K – 2/2 SB – 207 AB

289 – The Citadel JR LHP JP Sears: 87-92 FB; average CU; average upper-70s CB/SL; 5-11, 180 pounds

2015: 9.71 K/9 – 2.84 BB/9 – 75.2 IP – 4.26 ERA
2016: 10.21 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 5.27 ERA
2017: 13.41 K/9 – 2.55 BB/9 – 95.1 IP – 2.64 ERA

290 – McLennan JC SO OF Chris Roller: plus bat speed; good athlete; above-average to plus speed; easy CF range; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2017: .414/.515/.712 – 32 BB/39 K – 32/34 SB – 222 AB

291 – Florida State JR 3B/1B Dylan Busby: above-average speed; plus raw power; good defensive tools, but raw defensively at present; above-average arm; can also play SS and OF; 6-3, 185 pounds

2015: .242/.363/.455 – 27 BB/73 K – 12/13 SB – 198 AB
2016: .323/.374/.597 – 18 BB/64 K – 11/13 SB – 248 AB
2017: .317/.401/.608 – 22 BB/56 K – 9/12 SB – 227 AB

292 – Florida State SO LHP Tyler Holton: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; 76-78 CU, flashes above-average; above-average FB command; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: 11.18 K/9 – 4.39 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 2.79 ERA
2017: 11.28 K/9 – 2.14 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.22 ERA

293 – 3B/C Casey Schmitt (Eastlake HS, California): above-average power upside; above-average arm; San Diego State commit; 6-0, 190 pounds

294 – OF/RHP Jack Schneider (Daviess County HS, Kentucky): plus arm; quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed; average raw power; Hunter Pence comp; older for class; RHH; 94-96 FB; Murray State commit; 6-3, 190 pounds

295 – OF/3B Andres Santana (Doral Academy, Florida): above-average raw power; above-average to plus arm; above-average speed; Florida International commit; RHH; 6-1, 185 pounds

296 – Mississippi JR 2B/SS Tate Blackman: average power upside; average arm; steady glove; above-average to plus speed; great athlete; 6-0, 200 pounds

2015: .197/.293/.254 – 10 BB/32 K – 2/2 SB – 122 AB
2016: .322/.392/.435 – 30 BB/38 K – 3/5 SB – 230 AB
2017: .302/.420/.525 – 34 BB/46 K – 9/13 SB – 202 AB

297 – St. Mary’s JR RHP Drew Strotman: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 78-84 CU; 78-82 CB; 2017: 92-96 FB, 97 peak; plus 85-87 SL; average CU; 6-3, 180 pounds

2015: 6.43 K/9 – 4.63 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 8.49 ERA
2016: 7.92 K/9 – 5.33 BB/9 – 52.1 IP – 3.96 ERA
2017: 10.07 K/9 – 3.22 BB/9 – 67.0 IP – 4.57 ERA

298 – McLennan JC FR C/RHP Josh Breaux: plus raw power; plus speed; plus arm; good athlete; 93-95 FB; 83-85 SL, flashes above-average; 6-1, 225 pounds

2017: .401/.473/.773 – 28 BB/45 K – 1/2 SB – 207 AB

2017: 14.85 K/9 – 5.41 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 4.73 ERA

299 – OF/RHP Kamron Fields (Lakeview Centennial HS, Texas): plus athlete; plus speed; easy CF range; plus arm; can also play SS; 90-92 FB; CB; RHH; Texas commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

300 – LHP Seth Lonsway (Celina HS, Ohio): 88-94 FB; average CB flashes plus; mid-80s CU flashes average; Ohio State commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

301 – LHP Sam Glick (El Toro HS, California): 86-91 FB; 74-77 CB, flashes plus; 79-82 CU; SL; good athlete; UCLA commit; 6-1, 170 pounds

302 – Dallas Baptist JR C Matt Duce: quick bat; strong arm; good glove; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .208/.367/.250 – 4 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 24 AB
2016: .321/.417/.507 – 23 BB/22 K – 1/2 SB – 134 AB
2017: .333/.424/.554 – 31 BB/31 K – 1/3 SB – 222 AB

303 – Bryant JR C Mickey Gasper: great approach; BHH; FAVORITE; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .250/.417/.286 – 7 BB/4 K – 0/0 SB – 28 AB
2016: .392/.489/.557 – 11 BB/9 K – 0/0 SB – 79 AB
2017: .342/.470/.528 – 42 BB/18 K – 3/5 SB – 193 AB

304 – UC Riverside JR RHP/C Ryan Lillie: 92-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average 81-83 SL; average 83-85 split-CU; good command; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: 9.72 K/9 – 1.80 BB/9 – 25.0 IP – 4.32 ERA
2016: 8.91 K/9 – 7.43 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 4.15 ERA
2017: 10.14 K/9 – 2.54 BB/9 – 71.0 IP – 4.69 ERA

305 – RHP Austin Marozas (Plainfield South HS, Illinois): 88-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good 78-83 SL; Kentucky commit; BA comp: Tanner Houck; 6-7, 225 pounds

306 – OF Je’Von Carrier-Ward (Gahr HS, California): quick bat; plus athlete; average to above-average raw power; average speed; below-average arm; Dexter Fowler comp; 2080 comp: Greg Polanco; reminds me a ton of Dom Brown; USC commit; LHH; 6-4, 180 pounds

307 – Western Illinois SR C Adam McGinnis: good approach; power upside; quick bat; good arm; defense still developing; could also be tried at 3B or OF; average speed; 5-11, 220 pounds

2014: .281/.338/.348 – 7 BB/10 K – 4/7 SB – 135 AB
2015: .243/.332/.341 – 12 BB/21 K – 11/12 SB – 173 AB
2016: .262/.353/.362 – 17 BB/21 K – 1/4 SB – 149 AB
2017: .355/.471/.566 – 28 BB/13 K – 8/13 SB – 166 AB

308 – Drury JR 3B/SS Shane Benes: above-average raw power; above-average arm; steady glove; Missouri transfer; 6-2, 225 pounds

*2015: .225/.257/.394 – 2 BB/24 K – 0/0 SB – 71 AB
*2016: .198/.273/.356 – 13 BB/66 K – 3/3 SB – 177 AB
2017: .331/.396/.740 – 14 BB/36 K – 3/6 SB – 127 AB

309 – UCLA JR RHP Jake Bird: 88-93 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; average to above-average 81-86 SL; average 75-78 CB; average 81-84 CU with plus upside; good command; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 3.46 K/9 – 3.46 BB/9 – 13.0 IP – 1.38 ERA
2016: 4.25 K/9 – 3.48 BB/9 – 46.2 IP – 6.36 ERA
2017: 10.11 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 2.75 ERA

310 – C Zach Jackson (Winter Haven HS, Florida): above-average to plus raw power; good defender; good athlete; Florida commit; LHH: 6-3, 215 pounds

311 – SS/RHP Cooper Swanson (Canterbury HS, Florida): above-average to plus arm; average speed; 84-87 FB; 71-73 CB; Florida State commit; BA comp: Logan Warmoth

312 – Cecil County JC SO OF/3B Joe Zirolli: plus raw power; strong arm; good speed; good athlete; 6-4, 225 pounds

2017: .358/.429/.694 – 13 BB/19 K – 3/5 SB – 134 AB

313 – Harford JC SO C Tre Todd: Albany transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds

2017: .408/.577/.856 – 68 BB/30 K – 40/43 SB – 174 AB

314 – Long Beach State JR C David Banuelos: plus defender; plus arm; average power upside; good approach; BA comps: Rene Rivera, Jose Molina; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .299/.404/.436 – 18 BB/30 K – 2/3 SB – 117 AB
2017: .296/.373/.480 – 17 BB/43 K – 5/7 SB – 196 AB

315 – USC JR 3B/SS Adalberto Carrillo: above-average raw power; plus arm; good glove; 5-11, 185 pounds

2015: .245/.302/.347 – 3 BB/14 K – 1/1 SB – 49 AB
2016: .246/.340/.417 – 21 BB/30 K – 6/8 SB – 175 AB
2017: .281/.377/.472 – 25 BB/34 K – 9/9 SB – 178 AB

316 – Michigan rJR RHP/OF Jackson Lamb: 90-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; 82-85 cut-SL; above-average splitter; upper-70s CB/SL; good speed; great athlete; TJ survivor; FAVORITE; 6-6, 200 pounds

2015: 8.00 K/9 – 3.00 BB/9 – 9.1 IP – 1.00 ERA
2016: 14.10 K/9 – 5.42 BB/9 – 8.1 IP – 1.08 ERA
2017: 9.00 K/9 – 3.86 BB/9 – 28.0 IP – 0.96 ERA

317 – Boston College JR RHP/OF Donovan Casey: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; plus upper-70s CU; low-70s CB/SL, flashes above-average; power upside; above-average to plus speed, some have it plus-plus; above-average to plus arm, as high as plus-plus; plus raw power; plus athlete; 6-3, 190 pounds

2015: .298/.341/.381 – 9 BB/28 K – 6/8 SB – 168 AB
2016: .273/.348/.364 – 13 BB/26 K – 4/5 SB – 121 AB
2017: .286/.370/.362 – 24 BB/32 K – 12/16 SB – 199 AB

2017: 9.11 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 2.84 ERA

318 – Louisville rJR RHP Lincoln Henzman: 88-93 FB with sink, 95 peak; average to above-average 84-87 split-CU with sink; average 83-89 cut-SL; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: 7.83 K/9 – 1.83 BB/9 – 54.1 IP – 2.33 ERA
2016: 10.13 K/9 – 2.25 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2017: 9.10 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 1.30 ERA

319 – Kent State JR RHP Zach Willeman: 88-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; average 71-81 CB flashes plus, better firmer; above-average 82-85 SL; 85-87 CU; deceptive; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 11.77 K/9 – 6.58 BB/9 – 25.2 IP – 2.77 ERA
2016: 9.34 K/9 – 6.15 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 2.70 ERA
2017: 7.77 K/9 – 4.36 BB/9 – 66.0 IP – 4.31 ERA

320 – C/2B Casey Opitz (Heritage HS, Colorado): really good glove; average to above-average arm, plays up; great athlete; Arkansas commit; BHH; 5-11, 180 pounds

321 – 3B/RHP Davis Schneider (Eastern HS, New Jersey): good hit tool; Rutgers commit; RHH; 5-10, 190 pounds

322 – North Greenville JR OF Clark Scolamiero: above-average to plus speed; above-average arm; CF range; South Carolina transfer; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .214/.274/.232 – 5 BB/8 K – 4/4 SB – 56 AB
2016: .206/.293/.206 – 4 BB/9 K – 2/3 SB – 34 AB
2017: .360/.440/.545 – 27 BB/27 K – 29/31 SB – 211 AB

323 – South Alabama rJR SS Drew LaBounty: good glove; 5-7, 170 pounds

2014: .237/.351/.272 – 29 BB/33 K – 1/1 SB – 173 AB
2015: .371/.551/.400 – 11 BB/5 K – 0/0 SB – 35 AB
2016: .294/.450/.393 – 55 BB/35 K – 14/21 SB – 201 AB
2017: .301/.447/.444 – 50 BB/32 K – 7/8 SB – 196 AB

324 – BYU JR 3B Nate Favero: coach comp: Ben Zobrist; 6-5, 200 pounds

2016: .317/.345/.490 – 4 BB/17 K – 2/2 SB – 104 AB
2017: .337/.397/.554 – 16 BB/24 K – 2/4 SB – 166 AB

325 – San Jacinto SO RHP Donny Diaz: 91-95 FB; 81-86 SL; 77-78 CB; 6-1, 225 pounds

2017: 17.80 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 2.08 ERA

326 – Connecticut JR RHP John Russell: 87-92 FB; plus 80-84 SL; above-average 78-82 CB, flashes plus; 6-3, 180 pounds

2017: 15.63 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 2.84 ERA

327 – Central Florida rJR RHP Jason Bahr: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; FAVORITE; 6-5, 190 pounds

2017: 14.55 K/9 – 2.23 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 2.97 ERA

328 – Chipola JC SO LHP Evan Steele: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; CU with above-average upside; CB; SL; deceptive; Vanderbilt transfer; 6-5, 210 pounds

2017: 12.94 K/9 – 3.57 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 2.01 ERA

329 – Furman SR C Cameron Whitehead: plus defender; good athlete; power upside; 5-11, 210 pounds

2014: .229/.360/.313 – 17 BB/18 K – 1/1 SB – 83 AB
2015: .258/.314/.444 – 14 BB/40 K – 1/1 SB – 151 AB
2016: .340/.435/.509 – 14 BB/29 K – 0/0 SB – 106 AB
2017: .312/.408/.629 – 29 BB/44 K – 1/1 SB – 170 AB

330 – LSU JR C Mike Papierski: good defender; strong arm; Micah Gibbs comp; 6-4, 225 pounds

2015: .214/.426/.333 – 16 BB/7 K – 1/1 SB – 42 AB
2016: .242/.358/.387 – 20 BB/21 K – 1/2 SB – 124 AB
2017: .258/.409/.450 – 37 BB/41 K – 4/4 SB – 151 AB

331 – Stony Brook SR OF Toby Handley: quick bat; above-average to plus speed; strong arm; good hit tool; good glove in CF; 6-0, 180 pounds

2014: .252/.342/.301 – 12 BB/19 K – 12/14 SB – 103 AB
2015: .330/.427/.423 – 28 BB/26 K – 12/14 SB – 194 AB
2016: .288/.394/.377 – 31 BB/44 K – 12/14 SB – 191 AB
2017: .342/.466/.587 – 45 BB/31 K – 18/21 SB – 196 AB

332 – SS Dondrae Bremmer (Crothers SS, Ontario): quick bat; good approach; great athlete; good speed; strong arm; Cincinnati commit; LHH; 6-1, 175 pounds

333 – Vanderbilt rJR RHP/OF Reed Hayes: power upside; good approach; strong arm; 89-94 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 83-85 SL; 81-83 CU; FAVORITE; 6-3, 185 pounds

2017: .276/.375/.362 – 24 BB/33 K – 4/9 SB – 163 AB
2017: 11.08 K/9 – 5.76 BB/9 – 20.1 IP – 5.75 ERA

334 – Loyola Marymount JR RHP Cory Abbott: 90-93 FB; average or better 86-88 SL; CU; 78-80 CB; deceptive; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: 5.88 K/9 – 1.84 BB/9 – 49.1 IP – 2.39 ERA
2016: 4.37 K/9 – 2.83 BB/9 – 70.0 IP – 4.24 ERA
2017: 11.90 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 98.1 IP – 1.74 ERA

335 – C Sam McMillan (Suwannee HS, Florida): power upside; good defender; good arm; strong; Florida commit; RHH: 6-1, 185 pounds

336 – Orange Coast JC SO 2B/SS Travis Moniot: average power; average arm; average speed; good glove; Oregon transfer; BHH; 6-0, 190 pounds

2017: .353/.524/.608 – 50 BB/27 K – 17/20 SB – 153 AB

337 – MIT OF/3B Austin Filiere: above-average power; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds

2015: .436/.552/.798 – 40 BB/33 K – 14/16 SB – 163 AB
2016: .428/.546/.834 – 30 BB/25 K – 14/15 SB – 145 AB
2017: .375/.530/.794 – 41 BB/22 K – 16/17 SB – 136 AB

338 – Francis Marion JR OF Reese Cooley: power upside; above-average to plus speed; strong arm; plus athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds

2016: .262/.359/.541 – 22 BB/39 K – 12/13 SB – 157 AB
2017: .343/.439/.580 – 29 BB/38 K – 6/8 SB – 169 AB

339 – SS/2B Kyler McMahan (Lynwood HS, Washington): really good defensive tools; great athlete; average arm; Oregon State commit; 5-11, 170 pounds

340 – RHP/1B Bobby Miller (McHenry-West HS, Illinois): 89-93 FB, 94 peak; 76-79 CB/SL, flashes above-average; 81-84 CU; LHH; Louisville commit; 6-5, 200 pounds

341 – RHP Spencer Strider (Christian Acadmey, Tennessee): 88-94 FB, 96 peak; average low-80s CU; 74-78 SL/CB; Clemson commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

342 – RHP Darren Nelson (Granite Bay HS, California): 88-91 FB; above-average 80-83 SL/CB, plus upside; good command; Cal Poly commit; 6-8, 225 pounds

343 – South Florida JR RHP Joe Cavallaro: 85-91 FB with sink; plus 81-85 cut-SL; average 76-78 CB; deceptive; 6-4, 200 pounds

2015: 6.71 K/9 – 4.75 BB/9 – 54.2 IP – 4.09 ERA
2016: 8.00 K/9 – 4.80 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 4.27 ERA
2017: 11.69 K/9 – 2.88 BB/9 – 59.1 IP – 2.28 ERA

344 – Binghamton JR SS Paul Rufo: good glove; 5-10, 200 pounds

2016: .306/.390/.412 – 20 BB/22 K – 5/7 SB – 170 AB
2017: .347/.398/.505 – 6 BB/13 K – 3/3 SB – 95 AB

345 – Menlo JR 3B/SS Joe Gillette: plus speed; plus athlete; good glove in OF; no problems with velocity; Oregon State transfer; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: .283/.323/.435 – 5 BB/27 K – 1/1 SB – 92 AB
2017: .290/.412/.630 – 40 BB/62 K – 9 SB – 200 AB

346 – OF Kenny Oyama (El Toro HS, California): plus approach; plus speed; exceptional bunter; easy CF range; Loyola Marymount commit; 5-6, 150 pounds

347 – SS Francis Villaman (Olympia HS, Florida): power upside; plus athlete; good glove; St. John’s River JC commit; 6-1, 185 pounds

348 – William & Mary rSO LHP Nick Raquet: 87-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 75-77 CB; average low-80s SL; above-average 83-84 CU; North Carolina transfer; FAVORITE; 6-1, 205 pounds

2017: 11.06 K/9 – 5.24 BB/9 – 77.1 IP – 4.66 ERA

349 – RHP Graham Hoffman (Calvary Christian HS, Florida): 87-92 FB, 94 peak; good 72-75 CB; 77-80 SL; South Florida commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

350 – Iowa Western JC LHP Dan Tillo: 90-94 FB with plus sink, 95 peak; average SL, above-average to plus upside; very occasional CU; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2017: 11.66 K/9 – 3.07 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 2.86 ERA

351 – Kansas JR SS/3B Matt McLaughlin: good approach; good defensive tools; 6-1, 190 pounds

2015: .293/.398/.356 – 26 BB/24 K – 1/6 SB – 174 AB
2017: .314/.420/.469 – 34 BB/31 K – 6/8 SB – 207 AB

352 – Saint Louis JR C James Morisano: above-average power; good arm; good athlete; good defender; good approach; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: .246/.286/.292 – 4 BB/15 K – 0/1 SB – 65 AB
2016: .273/.344/.434 – 15 BB/24 K – 0/0 SB – 143 AB
2017: .316/.379/.578 – 16 BB/43 K – 4/5 SB – 187 AB

353 – RHP Gavin Williams (Cape Fear HS, North Carolina): 87-94 FB, 95 peak; CB; East Carolina commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 200 pounds

354 – RHP Ryan Dease (The Next Level Academy, Florida): 85-92 FB; average SL; good upper-70s CU; Central Florida commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

355 – Clemson rJR OF/1B Reed Rohlman: good hit tool; 6-1, 210 pounds

2015: .356/.412/.466 – 23 BB/35 K – 3/5 SB – 236 AB
2016: .274/.374/.383 – 33 BB/43 K – 1/3 SB – 248 AB
2017: .366/.451/.549 – 25 BB/32 K – 1/5 SB – 224 AB

356 – Chipola JC SO SS Trey Dawson: above-average arm; good range; strong hit tool; LSU transfer; 6-2, 190 pounds

2017: .276/.418/.489 – 37 BB/51 K – 3/6 SB – 174 AB

357 – UC Santa Barbara JR SS Clay Fisher: really good glove, flashes plus; average to above-average arm pre-surgery; good athlete; good approach; above-average speed; out in 2017 (TJ); 6-1, 175 pounds

2015: .240/.295/.296 – 11 BB/33 K – 5/9 SB – 179 AB
2016: .285/.332/.377 – 15 BB/32 K – 14/19 SB – 239 AB
2017: .200/.250/.382 – 3 BB/12 K – 0/1 SB – 55 AB

358 – College of Charleston rSO 1B Logan McRae: plus bat speed; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .206/.325/.324 – 11 BB/16 K – 1/1 SB – 68 AB
2017: .310/.412/.602 – 36 BB/46 K – 0/0 SB – 216 AB

359 – UCLA JR 1B/3B Sean Bouchard: quick bat; above-average to plus raw power; plus arm; good defensive tools; average speed; good athlete; 6-3, 215 pounds

2015: .239/.352/.370 – 16 BB/30 K – 4/4 SB – 92 AB
2016: .295/.354/.436 – 14 BB/39 K – 3/4 SB – 156 AB
2017: .306/.396/.523 – 26 BB/47 K – 3/4 SB – 216 AB

360 – OF Ian Jenkins (Collins Hill HS, Georgia): plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; slow; older for class; South Carolina commit

361 – RHP Stephen Emanuels (Interlake HS, Washington): 87-90 FB; low-70s SL, above-average upside; BA comp: Bailey Clark; 6-5, 200 pounds

362 – UC Irvine JR LHP Cameron Bishop: 88-92 FB, 95 peak; plus 80-83 SL; average CB; average CU; out in 2017 (oblique); 6-5, 235 pounds

2015: 8.16 K/9 – 4.50 BB/9 – 31.2 IP – 4.50 ERA
2016: 10.11 K/9 – 4.22 BB/9 – 70.1 IP – 4.61 ERA

363 – TCU rSR RHP Mitchell Traver: 90-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; average or better 79-81 CB; mid-80s SL; CU flashes average; missed 2013 with TJ surgery; 2015: 91-96 FB; plus 81-86 SL; 77-78 CB; 2017: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; plus 78-84 SL/CB; average 78-81 CU; 6-7, 250 pounds

2015: 9.08 K/9 – 3.07 BB/9 – 76.1 IP – 1.89 ERA
2016: 8.32 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 3.26 ERA
2017: 10.72 K/9 – 4.24 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 3.79 ERA

364 – Florida SO SS/2B Deacon Liput: good hit tool; above-average to plus speed; average at best arm; steady glove, plus upside at 2B; good athlete; D1 comp: Nolan Fontana; LHH; 5-10, 190 pounds

2016: .270/.363/.398 – 34 BB/44 K – 13/17 SB – 241 AB
2017: .216/.311/.288 – 31 BB/59 K – 12/18 SB – 222 AB

365 – South Carolina JR 1B/LHP Alex Destino: above-average to plus raw power; strong arm; has experience as OF; 88-92 FB with sink; good CU; 6-2, 225 pounds

2015: .251/.288/.395 – 9 BB/41 K – 0/0 SB – 167 AB
2016: .321/.373/.509 – 19 BB/45 K – 2/4 SB – 234 AB
2017: .255/.338/.441 – 27 BB/42 K – 3/6 SB – 204 AB

366 – Nova Southeastern JR OF/1B Jeremy Vasquez: Florida transfer; LHH; 6-0, 210 pounds

2015: .339/.424/.459 – 15 BB/17 K – 1/3 SB – 109 AB
2016: .291/.387/.358 – 22 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 165 AB
2017: .317/.453/.614 – 45 BB/36 K – 0/1 SB – 189 AB

367 – Broward JC SO OF Danny Reyes: plus raw power; RHH; Florida transfer; 6-2, 215 pounds

2016: .269/.278/.423 – 1 BB/10 K – 1/3 SB – 52 AB
2017: .335/.451/.557 – 27 BB/32 K – 17/20 SB – 176 AB

368 – Georgia rSO LHP Ryan Avidano: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; average to above-average CB; average or better mid-80s CU; great athlete; 6-6, 240 pounds

2015: 5.52 K/9 – 4.65 BB/9 – 31.1 IP – 8.71 ERA
2017: 10.74 K/9 – 7.04 BB/9 – 24.1 IP – 7.77 ERA

369 – Florida State JR OF/LHP Rhett Aplin: power upside; strong arm; 6-2, 220 pounds

2017: .322/.431/.524 – 24 BB/30 K – 4/6 SB – 143 AB

370 – Maryland SO OF Marty Costes: great athlete; good approach; average at best speed; average or better arm; power upside; LF only type; coach comp: Ron Gant; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-9, 200 pounds

2016: .263/.363/.479 – 28 BB/40 K – 0/1 SB – 190 AB
2017: .322/.429/.548 – 34 BB/47 K – 5/5 SB – 239 AB

371 – Texas SO LHP Nick Kennedy: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; low- to mid-80s SL (80-83) flashes plus; CB; 81-83 CU; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: 7.88 K/9 – 6.75 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 8.44 ERA
2017: 9.91 K/9 – 3.36 BB/9 – 53.2 IP – 3.02 ERA

372 – C Tyler Lasch (El Toro HS, California): power upside; quick bat; good athlete; good defender; LHH; Mississippi State commit; 5-9, 175 pounds

373 – 2B Logan Allen (Magnolia HS, Texas): good speed; strong arm; good approach; RHH; 5-11, 160 pounds

374 – OF Gabriel Rivera (Killian HS, Florida): plus raw power; plus arm; average at best speed; Miami commit; RHH; 5-11, 200 pounds

375 – Clemson JR C/1B Chris Williams: plus power upside; good defender; average to above-average arm; good athlete; has also played 3B; PG comp: Mike Napoli; 6-1, 210 pounds

2016: .245/.342/.413 – 18 BB/51 K – 2/2 SB – 184 AB
2017: .263/.322/.575 – 14 BB/36 K – 2/2 SB – 179 AB

376 – Morehead State JR 3B/OF Eli Boggess: good hit tool; 5-11, 190 pounds

2017: .425/.487/.599 – 19 BB/14 K – 3/6 SB – 207 AB

377 – North Carolina SO C/RHP Cody Roberts: plus to plus-plus arm strength; great athlete; 90-93 FB; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .256/.323/.315 – 15 BB/30 K – 3/3 SB – 168 AB
2017: .268/.371/.374 – 26 BB/29 K – 5/5 SB – 198 AB

378 – Arizona SO C Cesar Salazar: plus defender; strong arm; average speed; can also play 2B and 3B; LHH; 5-9, 200 pounds

2016: .276/.329/.342 – 16 BB/24 K – 1/1 SB – 196 AB
2017: .284/.373/.398 – 17 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 176 AB

379 – Florida JR C Michael Rivera: quick bat; really good defender, plus upside; easy above-average arm, likes showing it off; strong; average or better power upside; BA comp: Carlos Ruiz; 5-10, 200 pounds

2015: .271/.337/.369 – 16 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 225 AB
2016: .245/.347/.419 – 28 BB/26 K – 0/2 SB – 229 AB
2017: .240/.342/.349 – 17 BB/14 K – 1/1 SB – 129 AB

380 – Vanderbilt JR RHP Matt Ruppenthal: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 77-84 CB; average 79-84 CU; 83-84 SL; 6-4, 230 pounds

2015: 9.00 K/9 – 8.10 BB/9 – 10.0 IP – 2.70 ERA
2016: 11.47 K/9 – 5.25 BB/9 – 46.1 IP – 2.33 ERA
2017: 7.50 K/9 – 3.17 BB/9 – 54.0 IP – 3.17 ERA

381 – Kentucky JR RHP Zach Pop: 88-94 FB with plus sink, 97 peak; average 82-86 SL; upper-70s CB; 83-85 CU; young for class; 2017: 93-98 FB; 85-88 SL, above-average upside; 6-4, 225 pounds

2015: 3.94 K/9 – 5.06 BB/9 – 16.0 IP – 4.50 ERA
2016: 5.68 K/9 – 4.03 BB/9 – 38.0 IP – 5.21 ERA
2017: 8.74 K/9 – 6.12 BB/9 – 20.2 IP – 3.48 ERA

382 – Missouri JR RHP Bryce Montes de Oca: 90-96 FB, 100 peak; average 77-82 SL/CB, flashes above-average to plus; TJ survivor; 6-7, 260 pounds

2015: 11.25 K/9 – 10.13 BB/9 – 8.0 IP – 6.75 ERA
2017: 8.91 K/9 – 6.24 BB/9 – 60.2 IP – 4.30 ERA

383 – Utah SO RHP Riley Ottesen: 91-96 FB, 98-99 peak; above-average 82-88 cut-SL, flashes plus; average 85-87 split-CU, flashes plus; CB; good athlete; inconsistent mechanics; PG comp: Ken Giles; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: 10.00 K/9 – 4.04 BB/9 – 42.1 IP – 6.38 ERA
2017: 6.82 K/9 – 3.13 BB/9 – 95.0 IP – 4.93 ERA

384 – C Cordell Dunn (Center Hill HS, Mississippi): average arm; good approach; strong; Texas Tech commit; RHH; 6-0, 190 pounds

385 – Hope International JR OF Cameron Baranek: plus speed; above-average power; average arm; CF range; good athlete; PG comp: Kole Calhoun; FAVORITE; 5-10, 185 pounds

2017: .364/.486/.672 – 43 BB/32 K – 20/30 SB – 198 AB

386 – Mercer JR OF Trey Truitt: above-average power upside; average to above-average speed; 6-1, 190 pounds

2015: .276/.374/.492 – 27 BB/59 K – 4/7 SB – 181 AB
2016: .335/.430/.636 – 40 BB/67 K – 2/6 SB – 236 AB
2017: .263/.373/.413 – 31 BB/55 K – 5/6 SB – 179 AB

387 – UMBC SR C Hunter Dolshun: plus raw power; steady glove; strong arm; size limits his mobility behind dish, but think he’s good enough; very strong; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 225 pounds

2014: .304/.400/.422 – 20 BB/21 K – 2/2 SB – 135 AB
2015: .293/.391/.377 – 26 BB/38 K – 3/3 SB – 191 AB
2016: .345/.416/.603 – 21 BB/14 K – 1/3 SB – 174 AB
2017: .336/.405/.599 – 12 BB/23 K – 0/1 SB – 152 AB

388 – Wake Forest SR C Ben Breazeale: good glove; good approach; strong; 6-0, 210 pounds

2015: .274/.378/.400 – 14 BB/25 K – 1/1 SB – 95 AB
2016: .246/.388/.335 – 41 BB/39 K – 1/1 SB – 179 AB
2017: .342/.410/.523 – 27 BB/33 K – 0/0 SB – 222 AB

389 – Georgia Tech JR 3B/C Trevor Craport: average arm; good athlete; power upside; good approach; intriguing upside behind plate; 5-11, 200 pounds

2016: .352/.414/.543 – 17 BB/17 K – 4/5 SB – 199 AB
2017: .336/.399/.502 – 20 BB/34 K – 8/9 SB – 235 AB

390 – Coastal Carolina JR 2B/SS Wood Myers: above-average speed; good glove; strong arm; North Carolina transfer; 5-8, 180 pounds

2017: .330/.393/.476 – 19 BB/23 K – 11/14 SB – 212 AB

391 – OF Trey Leonard (George Washington HS, Iowa): good hit tool; good speed; strong arm; LHH; Louisville commit; 6-0, 175 pounds

392 – Kentucky rSO RHP Justin Lewis: 86-93 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 75-79 CU, keeps improving; CB; average low-80s SL; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-7, 190 pounds

2016: 7.43 K/9 – 2.97 BB/9 – 30.1 IP – 2.08 ERA
2017: 7.12 K/9 – 2.67 BB/9 – 91.0 IP – 3.56 ERA

393 – RHP Christian Santana (American Heritage HS, Florida): 88-93 FB, 95 peak; 74-79 CB; 81-84 CU; SL; good command; good athlete; Florida International commit; 6-3, 210 pounds

394 – North Carolina State JR 3B Evan Mendoza: good hit tool; above-average power upside; good approach; plus arm strength; steady glove; average speed; 88-91 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds

2016: .362/.417/.449 – 20 BB/28 K – 3/6 SB – 196 AB
2017: .264/.344/.401 – 27 BB/27 K – 3/3 SB – 227 AB

395 – Point Loma Nazarene SR 1B Ryan Garcia (2017): good hit tool; plus defender; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds

2017: .344/.481/.688 – 40 BB/20 K – 6/8 SB – 157 AB

396 – North Carolina SR OF Tyler Lynn: good hit tool; power upside; plus approach; good speed; good athlete; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

2016: .235/.359/.369 – 24 BB/18 K – 6/8 SB – 149 AB
2017: .313/.413/.500 – 29 BB/23 K – 6/10 SB – 192 AB

397 – Maryland JR OF Zach Jancarski: above-average to plus speed; chance to be plus in CF; good athlete; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: .257/.348/.327 – 13 BB/16 K – 5/8 SB – 101 AB
2017: .325/.434/.453 – 33 BB/33 K – 20/30 SB – 234 AB

398 – Rice JR RHP/3B Dane Myers: 89-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; above-average 76-80 kCB, flashes plus; good 78-82 CU with sink; SL; average hit tool; average power; average speed; above-average defender; plus arm; good approach; can also play 1B; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: 11.45 K/9 – 8.18 BB/9 – 11.0 IP – 2.45 ERA
2016: 6.68 K/9 – 3.19 BB/9 – 31.0 IP – 6.68 ERA
2017: 6.13 K/9 – 5.14 BB/9 – 54.1 IP – 3.98 ERA

2017: .358/.425/.545 – 24 BB/54 K – 13/16 SB – 246 AB

399 – RHP Jeff Criswell (Portage Central HS, Michigan): 85-92 FB, 94 peak; 73-78 CB/SL, flashes average; low-80s CU; Michigan commit; 6-3, 185 pounds

400 – 3B/SS Gage Workman (Basha HS, Arizona): power upside; young for class; Arizona State commit; BHH; 6-3, 180 pounds

401 – Texas JR OF Patrick Mathis: good hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; good athlete; steady glove; LHH; 6-0, 215 pounds

2015: .063/.167/.063 – 2 BB/7 K – 1/1 SB – 16 AB
2016: .297/.379/.477 – 24 BB/47 K – 4/6 SB – 172 AB
2017: .245/.376/.432 – 28 BB/42 K – 6/8 SB – 245 AB

402 – Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Mac Sceroler: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; average 73-78 CB; above-average 80-82 CU; SL; good command; 6-4, 200 pounds

2015: 8.07 K/9 – 1.55 BB/9 – 29.1 IP – 2.48 ERA
2016: 8.72 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 96.0 IP – 2.25 ERA
2017: 9.74 K/9 – 3.01 BB/9 – 101.2 IP – 3.81 ERA

403 – Louisville JR RHP Kade McClure: 88-94 FB, 95 peak; average 76-83 SL/CB; average 80-83 CU; 6-7, 230 pounds

2015: 10.41 K/9 – 3.94 BB/9 – 32.1 IP – 4.22 ERA
2016: 8.88 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 2.54 ERA
2017: 9.43 K/9 – 3.34 BB/9 – 91.2 IP – 3.63 ERA

404 – Washington Wild Things JR LHP Hunter Williams: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 76-81 CB, flashes above-average; 78-82 CU, average upside; 82-86 cut-SL, flashes above-average; 2017: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; average SL; average CU; 6-3, 225 pounds

2015: 7.88 K/9 – 5.18 BB/9 – 40.1 IP – 1.80 ERA
2016: 9.89 K/9 – 6.27 BB/9 – 37.1 IP – 3.13 ERA
2017: 9.51 K/9 – 9.51 BB/9 – 12.1 IP – 7.29 ERA

405 – Clemson rSO RHP Alex Eubanks: 86-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; average 81-84 CU; above-average 83-88 cutter; 77-78 CB; really good 79-86 SL; 6-0, 185 pounds

2016: 7.75 K/9 – 2.32 BB/9 – 81.1 IP – 4.09 ERA
2017: 9.04 K/9 – 1.33 BB/9 – 101.2 IP – 4.07 ERA

406 – OF Dalton Wingo (Plant City HS, Florida): quick bat; average or better power; plus arm; good speed; good athlete; Central Florida commit; RHH: 6-2, 190 pounds

407 – Chipola JC FR C Max Guzman: power upside; quick bat; 6-0, 215 pounds

2017: .377/.496/.699 – 26 BB/44 K – 1/1 SB – 183 AB

408 – Mercer SR 2B/SS Ryan Hagan: plus glove; good hit tool; power upside; good speed; 5-11, 190 pounds

2016: .316/.419/.488 – 41 BB/40 K – 10/14 SB – 244 AB
2017: .296/.411/.475 – 41 BB/28 K – 24/27 SB – 223 AB

409 – Utah rSR 3B Dallas Carroll: good athlete; good approach; good glove; 6-0, 200 pounds

2013: .282/.361/.350 – 11 BB/14 K – 7/9 SB – 103 AB
2015: .283/.407/.332 – 28 BB/22 K – 16/26 SB – 187 AB
2016: .294/.409/.456 – 27 BB/23 K – 10/17 SB – 204 AB
2017: .369/.465/.591 – 35 BB/19 K – 12/14 SB – 198 AB

410 – Notre Dame JR RHP Brandon Bielak: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; 80-86 SL, flashes above-average; 76-80 CB, flashes above-average; average 81-84 CU; 6-2, 190 pounds

2015: 6.30 K/9 – 3.35 BB/9 – 88.2 IP – 3.55 ERA
2016: 8.74 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 55.2 IP – 2.10 ERA
2017: 9.25 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 73.0 IP – 5.55 ERA

411 – 3B/RHP Paxton Wallace (Greenbrier HS, Arkansas): power upside; strong arm; Wichita State commit; RHH; 6-1, 210 pounds

412 – Central Michigan JR OF/1B Daniel Jipping: plus speed; plus power upside; quick bat; strong; good approach; RHH; 6-2, 230 pounds

2015: .281/.372/.444 – 16 BB/45 K – 4/4 SB – 153 AB
2016: .300/.406/.484 – 32 BB/56 K – 4/5 SB – 217 AB
2017: .309/.422/.560 – 41 BB/52 K – 4/7 SB – 207 AB

413 – Kennesaw State JR C Griffin Helms: plus athlete; plus speed; power upside; intriguing defensive tools; 6-0, 220 pounds

2015: .264/.330/.352 – 9 BB/28 K – 1/4 SB – 91 AB
2016: .376/.459/.515 – 13 BB/32 K – 2/2 SB – 101 AB
2017: .296/.383/.453 – 17 BB/36 K – 7/11 SB – 159 AB

414 – North Carolina JR 3B/SS Zack Gahagan: good athlete; plus power upside; quick bat; good defensive tools; strong arm; average at best speed; can also play 1B and 2B; RHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: .216/.291/.294 – 14 BB/32 K – 3/3 SB – 153 AB
2016: .297/.391/.439 – 22 BB/29 K – 1/1 SB – 148 AB
2017: .243/.366/.386 – 33 BB/51 K – 6/8 SB – 210 AB

415 – Texas rJR 3B/SS Bret Boswell: average hit tool; average or better raw power; average or better arm; average speed; good defensive tools; great athlete; if he’s healthy, watch out; 5-11, 200 pounds

2015: .253/.376/.348 – 32 BB/59 K – 0/0 SB – 178 AB
2016: .241/.303/.397 – 12 BB/38 K – 1/3 SB – 141 AB
2017: .273/.384/.444 – 34 BB/39 K – 5/7 SB – 198 AB

416 – RHP Cade Cavalli (Bixby HS, Oklahoma): 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 72-74 CB; 82-84 SL; Oklahoma commit; 6-4, 225 pounds

417 – Virginia Tech JR LHP Packy Naughton: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 80-84 CU; 77-80 CB/SL, flashes above-average; 6-2, 200 pounds

2015: 7.16 K/9 – 4.70 BB/9 – 44.0 IP – 4.91 ERA
2016: 8.76 K/9 – 4.03 BB/9 – 76.0 IP – 6.75 ERA
2017: 9.84 K/9 – 4.69 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 6.24 ERA

418 – Fresno State JR LHP Ricky Tyler Thomas: 86-93 FB; plus 74-80 CU, plus-plus upside; throws the CU a ton; 71-74 CB; low-80s cutter; good deception; great athlete; reminds me of Marco Gonzales; 6-1, 175 pounds

2015: 7.68 K/9 – 5.05 BB/9 – 41.1 IP – 3.95 ERA
2016: 9.35 K/9 – 1.38 BB/9 – 104.0 IP – 2.16 ERA
2017: 9.93 K/9 – 5.17 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 4.86 ERA

419 – 3B/SS Jamal O’Guinn (Buchanan HS, California): power upside; strong arm; average at best speed; USC commit; RHH; 6-3, 200 pounds

420 – Lincoln Land JC SO SS Nick Maton: Eastern Illinois transfer; LHH: FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds

2017: .408/.507/.722 – 34 BB/27 K – 33/35 SB – 169 AB

421 – Oklahoma SO 3B Brylie Ware: FAVORITE; 7/17/96 birthday; 5-11, 200 pounds

2017: .298/.383/.429 – 14 BB/19 K – 3/7 SB – 191 AB

422 – Illinois-Chicago JR C Robert Calabrese: strong; quick bat; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: .232/.351/.268 – 14 BB/14 K – 0/0 SB – 82 AB
2016: .216/.314/.330 – 11 BB/14 K – 4/4 SB – 88 AB
2017: .353/.425/.583 – 20 BB/26 K – 3/6 SB – 204 AB

423 – St. John’s SR C Troy Dixon: very good glove; above-average to plus arm, plays up; good athlete; good approach; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

2014: .284/.409/.330 – 14 BB/14 K – 0/1 SB – 109 AB
2015: .254/.324/.344 – 7 BB/12 K – 0/0 SB – 122 AB
2016: .253/.338/.339 – 18 BB/17 K – 3/3 SB – 174 AB
2017: .394/.473/.525 – 23 BB/23 K – 0/0 SB – 160 AB

424 – Louisiana JR RHP Dylan Moore: 86-91 FB with sink; good 76-80 SL; good CU; 85 cutter; very deceptive; good athlete; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: 7.06 K/9 – 2.82 BB/9 – 50.2 IP – 1.59 ERA
2016: 10.71 K/9 – 2.72 BB/9 – 49.2 IP – 0.91 ERA
2017: 12.89 K/9 – 6.94 BB/9 – 36.1 IP – 3.96 ERA

425 – C Jan Mercado (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): above-average arm; good defender; young for class; RHH; 6-0, 180 pounds

426 – SS Hal Hughes (Norman North HS, Oklahoma): good defensive tools; good speed; good approach; FAVORITE; LSU commit; 5-11, 165 pounds

427 – Rice JR OF Ryan Chandler: above-average hit tool; good approach; plus speed; strong arm; sneaky pop; CF range; FAVORITE; 5-9, 170 pounds

2015: .302/.382/.379 – 25 BB/44 K – 5/12 SB – 248 AB
2016: .270/.359/.370 – 30 BB/34 K – 7/13 SB – 230 AB
2017: .267/.375/.407 – 32 BB/51 K – 6/9 SB – 243 AB

428 – Arizona JR OF Cal Stevenson: good hit tool; above-average to plus speed; above-average arm; average power; good defender; FAVORITE; 5-9, 170 pounds

2017: .311/.448/.461 – 48 BB/36 K – 5/5 SB – 193 AB

429 – LSU SR 2B Cole Freeman: good hit tool; plus glove; easy plus speed; good approach; good athlete; FAVORITE; 5-9, 180 pounds

2016: .329/.427/.403 – 32 BB/23 K – 26/35 SB – 216 AB
2017: .328/.429/.419 – 25 BB/19 K – 18/24 SB – 241 AB

430 – McLennan JC SO 1B/3B Brendan Venter: average hit tool; plus raw power; good approach; average speed; 6-1, 210 pounds

2017: .353/.437/.634 – 29 BB/43 K – 0/1 SB – 224 AB

431 – North Carolina State JR OF Josh McLain: plus CF range; plus speed; sneaky pop; good athlete; below-average arm; 6-0, 165 pounds

2015: .186/.234/.209 – 2 BB/11 K – 1/2 SB – 43 AB
2016: .300/.359/.465 – 14 BB/40 K – 13/16 SB – 213 AB
2017: .313/.354/.471 – 12 BB/35 K – 11/13 SB – 240 AB

432 – C Chris Troye (Heritage HS, California): power upside; quick bat; good defensive tools; plus arm; UC Santa Barbara commit; RHH; 6-4, 215 pounds

433 – C Jake Taylor (Shawnee HS, Oklahoma): quick bat; good approach; good athlete; power upside; strong; Oklahoma State commit; RHH: 6-1, 200 pounds

434 – RHP Logan Chapman (Easley HS, South Carolina): 86-93 FB; above-average mid-70s CB, plus upside; South Carolina commit; 6-3, 180 pounds

435 – RHP Carmen Mlodzinski (Hilton Head HS, South Carolina): 87-93 FB, 95 peak; average upper-70s CB, plus upside; CU; good athlete; South Carolina commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

436 – RHP Chandler Ferguson (Jefferson HS, Indiana): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average 73-79 CB/SL; 80-82 CU; good athlete; NW Florida State JC commit; 6-2, 190 pounds

437 – RHP Harrison Francis (Lawton Chiles HS, Florida): 86-94 FB, 95 peak; average 75-79 CB/SL; 80-83 CU, above-average upside; Chipola JC commit; 6-2, 200 pounds

438 – Tennessee Wesleyan SR SS Pedro Barrios: good hit tool; very good approach; steady glove; strong arm; good speed; FAVORITE; 5-8, 175 pounds

2017: .350/.412/.489 – 25 BB/19 K – 11 SB – 237 AB

439 – Auburn JR 3B/OF Josh Anthony: power upside; average speed; above-average glove; above-average arm; has also played 2B and C; 5-11, 200 pounds

*2015*: .425/.519/.822 – 36 BB/30 K – 18/23 SB – 214 AB
*2016*: .444/.565/.862 – 54 BB/44 K – 49/53 SB – 225 AB
2017: .266/.375/.352 – 36 BB/41 K – 7/9 SB – 233 AB

440 – BYU JR 1B/C Colton Shaver (2017): plus power; great approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 225 pounds

2015: .313/.405/.595 – 22 BB/50 K – 1/2 SB – 195 AB
2016: .335/.452/.582 – 39 BB/34 K – 1/2 SB – 194 AB
2017: .269/.351/.486 – 22 BB/45 K – 2/2 SB – 216 AB

441 – OF Reese Albert (Jupiter HS, Florida): average raw power; average speed; above-average arm; Florida State commit; LHH: 6-1, 190 pounds

442 – LHP/OF Jordan Butler (Alonso HS, Florida): 87-92 FB with sink; 75-78 SL, flashes plus; 70-76 CB, average upside; 78-79 CU; deceptive delivery; great athlete; power upside; Florida commit; LHH: 6-2, 200 pounds

443 – RHP Ben Fariss (Valencia HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average 74-79 CB/SL, flashes above-average; mid-80s CU; Sam Monroy comp: Doug Drabek; deceptive; good athlete; UC Santa Barbara commit; 6-1, 190 pounds

444 – RHP/1B Bryson Hutchinson (Spruce Creek HS, Florida): 88-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average 80-85 SL; 83-85 CU; 75 CB; Mississippi State commit; 6-6, 250 pounds

445 – RHP Brad Dobzanski (Delsea Regional HS, New Jersey): 87-92 FB; 78-84 CB with above-average to plus upside; good command; Kentucky commit; 6-3, 200 pounds

446 – West Texas A&M SR RHP Marshall Kasowski: 87-92 FB, 94-95 peak; average 76-77 CB/SL; good CU; Houston transfer; 6-3, 220 pounds

2015: 9.53 K/9 – 3.18 BB/9 – 17.0 IP – 2.12 ERA
2016: 9.76 K/9 – 3.25 BB/9 – 16.2 IP – 4.32 ERA
2017: 15.92 K/9 – 4.82 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 2.22 ERA

447 – C Santis Sanchez (International Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): plus arm; average power upside; BA comp: Martin Maldonado; RHH; 6-1, 215 pounds

448 – Florida Gulf Coast JR SS/2B Julio Gonzalez: good glove; 5-10, 190 pounds

2017: .326/.409/.473 – 35 BB/34 K – 1/3 SB – 258 AB

449 – Monmouth SR 3B/1B Shaine Hughes: good hit tool; power upside; good glove; 6-0, 210 pounds

2015: .289/.395/.403 – 22 BB/31 K – 2/3 SB – 159 AB
2016: .385/.457/.522 – 17 BB/6 K – 7/9 SB – 161 AB
2017: .359/.441/.519 – 20 BB/21 K – 5/6 SB – 181 AB

450 – Georgia Tech SR OF Ryan Peurifoy: good speed; plus arm in all phases; above-average speed plays up; great instincts; good glove; CF range; 6-2, 200 pounds

2014: .296/.340/.387 – 11 BB/29 K – 2/4 SB – 142 AB
2015: .324/.386/.451 – 11 BB/22 K – 1/2 SB – 102 AB
2016: .237/.276/.333 – 10 BB/48 K – 2/3 SB – 198 AB
2017: .295/.366/.465 – 21 BB/30 K – 3/4 SB – 200 AB

451 – Georgia Highlands JC FR SS Grant Bodison: power upside; strong arm; good athlete

2017: .270/.421/.417 – 24 BB/35 K – 12/13 SB – 163 AB

452 – Georgia Tech JR 2B/SS Wade Bailey: good glove; 5-9, 180 pounds

2015: .255/.312/.335 – 15 BB/16 K – 5/7 SB – 200 AB
2016: .310/.371/.408 – 22 BB/25 K – 8/9 SB – 255 AB
2017: .347/.420/.538 – 27 BB/30 K – 6/9 SB – 236 AB

453 – Virginia rSR C Robbie Coman: good glove; average at best arm; TJ survivor; 6-1, 200 pounds

2014: .283/.377/.368 – 13 BB/9 K – 106 AB
2015: .289/.360/.333 – 21 BB/21 K – 2/7 SB – 201 AB
2016: .200/.333/.200 – 2 BB/4 K – 0/0 SB – 15 AB
2017: .347/.402/.492 – 18 BB/17 K – 3/5 SB – 199 AB

454 – South Alabama rJR C/OF Jared Barnes: plus arm; power upside; 5-11, 200 pounds

2015: .240/.313/.292 – 16 BB/19 K – 4/5 SB – 171 AB
2016: .299/.394/.478 – 27 BB/37 K – 1/2 SB – 184 AB
2017: .320/.416/.605 – 27 BB/33 K – 2/5 SB – 172 AB

455 – TCU JR OF Austen Wade: above-average speed; power upside; 6-1, 185 pounds

2016: .286/.434/.359 – 57 BB/41 K – 13/16 SB – 217 AB
2017: .355/.463/.523 – 45 BB/47 K – 15/20 SB – 220 AB

456 – 2B/OF Darren Baker (Jesuit HS, California): Sam Monroy comp: Dee Gordon; California commit; LHH; 5-11, 170 pounds

457 – C Calvin Greenfield (Jensen Beach HS, Florida): good hit tool; not much power; questionable glove; Florida commit; 6-1, 200 pounds

458 – LHP Russell Smith (Midlothian HS, Texas): 84-91 FB; average to above-average 78-82 CU; 71-76 SL/CB; good athlete; TCU commit; 6-9, 220 pounds

459 – Missouri Baptist JR RHP Nick Vichio: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; good SL; Saint Louis transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds

2017: 14.05 K/9 – 1.62 BB/9 – 33.1 IP – 1.89 ERA

460 – Niagara County JC SO RHP Christian Young: 90-94 FB, 95 peak; good CB; 6-4, 215 pounds

2016: 13.52 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 52.2 IP – 1.28 ERA
2017: 16.64 K/9 – 1.41 BB/9 – 57.1 IP – 1.57 ERA

461 – RHP Carlos Lomeli (St. John Bosco HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 75-78 SL, flashes average; low-70s CB, flashes average; 80 CU; St. Mary’s commit; 6-1, 180 pounds

462 – RHP Brayden Weyer (Peak to Peak HS, Colorado): 85-90 FB with sink; good CU; Seattle commit; 6-11, 200 pounds

463 – Missouri JR C Nelson Mompierre: 6-0, 200 pounds

*2016*: .355/.456/.512 – 23 BB/14 K – 3/7 SB – 121 AB
2017: .327/.427/.510 – 17 BB/19 K – 0/1 SB – 98 AB

464 – Central Michigan SR SS Alex Borglin: plus athlete; above-average to plus speed; good range; average at best arm; FAVORITE; 6-0, 175 pounds

2014: .225/.410/.312 – 35 BB/38 K – 6/6 SB – 138 AB
2015: .308/.420/.402 – 37 BB/30 K – 5/9 SB – 224 AB
2016: .299/.394/.402 – 32 BB/32 K – 5/9 SB – 241 AB
2017: .288/.408/.403 – 39 BB/22 K – 9/12 SB – 236 AB

465 – BYU SO OF Brock Hale: good hit tool; 6-0, 200 pounds

2016: .367/.492/.633 – 10 BB/9 K – 2/4 SB – 49 AB
2017: .395/.481/.672 – 27 BB/31 K – 5/5 SB – 195 AB

466 – Southeast Missouri State SR OF Dan Holst: plus speed; good hit tool; power upside; great approach; average arm; great in corner, easy CF range; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds

2016: .322/.475/.521 – 55 BB/50 K – 22/26 SB – 211 AB
2017: .375/.509/.601 – 49 BB/39 K – 13/16 SB – 208 AB

467 – 3B Bryson Bloomer (Paul Laurence Dunbar HS, Kentucky): power upside; good glove; RHH; 6-1, 200 pounds

468 – 2B/SS DJ Poteet (Northview HS, Georgia): power upside; Wake Forest commit; 6-4, 185 pounds

469 – C David Durate (Alhambra HS, Arizona): good defender; plus arm; Grand Canyon commit; 6-0, 200 pounds

470 – RHP Tyler Brown (Crestview HS, Ohio): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; average 80-83 SL; TJ survivor; Vanderbilt commit; 6-2, 225 pounds

471 – South Carolina-Aiken SR RHP Connor Riley: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; plus 79-80 SL; 6-0, 185 pounds

2017: 14.10 K/9 – 4.88 BB/9 – 83.0 IP – 3.58 ERA

472 – Gateway JC SO RHP Seth Nordlin: 88-92 FB; average CB/SL, above-average upside; average CU; 6-4, 190 pounds

2017: 13.02 K/9 – 1.80 BB/9 – 85.0 IP – 1.91 ERA

473 – Kentucky SR SS/2B Connor Heady: above-average speed; above-average arm; 6-0, 175 pounds

2014: .133/.286/.183 – 12 BB/21 K – 1/2 SB – 60 AB
2015: .211/.355/.263 – 21 BB/25 K – 2/5 SB – 152 AB
2016: .186/.271/.256 – 4 BB/10 K – 0/0 SB – 43 AB
2017: .276/.399/.419 – 36 BB/42 K – 2/6 SB – 210 AB

474 – Marshall JR 3B/RHP Tyler Ratliff: good athlete; power upside; plus arm; 92-95 FB; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: .198/.252/.333 – 6 BB/17 K – 1/2 SB – 96 AB
2016: .327/.368/.579 – 12 BB/43 K – 2/3 SB – 202 AB
2017: .295/.368/.552 – 18 BB/43 K – 6/8 SB – 210 AB

475 – Hawaii SR 2B/3B Josh Rojas: good approach; quick bat; average or better arm; average speed; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds

*2014*: .280/.362/.384 – 20 BB/23 K – 13/16 SB – 164 AB
*2015*: .333/.452/.633 – 33 BB/17 K – 14/19 SB – 150 AB
2016: .239/.324/.284 – 20 BB/23 K – 1/3 SB – 155 AB
2017: .294/.404/.541 – 28 BB/19 K – 5/5 SB – 170 AB

476 – Rhode Island SR C/3B Martin Figueroa: strong hit tool; power upside; can also play OF: 5-11, 200 pounds

2014: .239/.330/.283 – 6 BB/17 K – 1/2 SB – 92 AB
2015: .293/.346/.454 – 11 BB/25 K – 6/7 SB – 174 AB
2016: .333/.394/.553 – 20 BB/22 K – 8/15 SB – 219 AB
2017: .248/.363/.363 – 24 BB/16 K – 9/11 SB – 157 AB

477 – Memphis SR OF Chris Carrier: power upside; 6-3, 225 pounds

2015: .254/.325/.433 – 9 BB/31 K – 6/7 SB – 134 AB
2016: .280/.351/.467 – 10 BB/48 K – 15/16 SB – 214 AB
2017: .330/.438/.641 – 30 BB/40 K – 10/13 SB – 206 AB

478 – LHP Joe Gobillot (St. John’s HS, Texas): 90-95 FB; SL; Vanderbilt commit; 6-6, 240 pounds

479 – Kentucky SR LHP Logan Salow: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 82-84 SL; average CU; 6-2, 185 pounds

2014: 7.84 K/9 – 3.77 BB/9 – 31 IP – 4.65 ERA
2015: 10.13 K/9 – 4.13 BB/9 – 23.2 IP – 5.25 ERA
2016: 10.49 K/9 – 6.05 BB/9 – 22.1 IP – 3.22 ERA
2017: 11.88 K/9 – 2.77 BB/9 – 55.1 IP – 1.95 ERA

480 – Indiana SO 3B Luke Miller: plus arm; power upside; great athlete; 90-94 FB; 6-3, 185 pounds

2016: .284/.352/.368 – 16 BB/37 K – 7/12 SB – 190 AB
2017: .272/.331/.464 – 18 BB/44 K – 2/2 SB – 235 AB

481 – Texas Tech JR LHP/1B Parker Mushinski: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 78-80 CB/SL; good command; 2017: 91-95 FB; 78-80 CB; 87-90 cut-SL; 6-0, 220 pounds

2015: 7.88 K/9 – 7.50 BB/9 – 24.0 IP – 6.38 ERA
2016: 9.64 K/9 – 7.71 BB/9 – 14.0 IP – 1.93 ERA
2017: 11.25 K/9 – 5.98 BB/9 – 37.2 IP – 2.15 ERA

482 – Lipscomb JR RHP Brady Puckett: 86-92 FB with plus sink, 94 peak; legitimate plus fastball in all ways; 80-85 CU; 78-82 SL; average 75-78 CB; great athlete; 2017: 72-75 SL; PG comp: Brian Howard; 6-9, 240 pounds

2015: 5.13 K/9 – 2.85 BB/9 – 79.1 IP – 4.56 ERA
2016: 8.45 K/9 – 1.59 BB/9 – 107.2 IP – 2.93 ERA
2017: 6.24 K/9 – 2.05 BB/9 – 101.0 IP – 4.10 ERA

483 – RHP Jack Conlon (Sugar Land HS, Texas): 89-94 FB, 95 peak; 73-79 CB/SL; 80-82 CU; Texas A&M commit; 6-5, 215 pounds

484 – 1B/RHP Danny Zimmerman (Redondo Union HS, California): plus raw power; 83-88 FB; Michigan commit; 6-4, 235 pounds

485 – 2B/SS Kaden Polcovich (Deer Creek HS, Oklahoma): power upside; above-average arm; Kentucky commit; 5-10, 180 pounds

486 – Central Florida JR C Logan Heiser: good defender; strong arm; 5-9, 200 pounds

2015: .295/.346/.547 – 7 BB/23 K – 0/0 SB – 95 AB
2016: .225/.333/.375 – 14 BB/29 K – 2/3 SB – 120 AB
2017: .248/.330/.406 – 7 BB/12 K – 2/3 SB – 101 AB

487 – West Chester JR SS/2B Nick Ward: good speed; good approach; 5-10, 180 pounds

2017: .342/.441/.568 – 22 BB/26 K – 11/11 SB – 199 AB

488 – Howard JC SO 2B/SS Trey Ochoa: plus speed; good defensive tools; good athlete; average power upside; Texas Tech transfer; 5-7, 160 pounds

2016: .212/.313/.235 – 11 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 85 AB
2017: .362/.464/.556 – 37 BB/33 K – 18/22 SB – 196 AB

489 – Arkansas JR 1B/OF Luke Bonfield: good approach; power upside; slow; 6-3, 215 pounds

2015: .177/.346/.194 – 16 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 62 AB
2016: .304/.402/.509 – 26 BB/41 K – 0/2 SB – 171 AB
2017: .294/.366/.448 – 30 BB/44 K – 1/3 SB – 248 AB

490 – St. John’s JR OF/RHP Jamie Galazin: plus speed; above-average to plus arm; power upside; plus bat speed; good approach; easy CF range; great athlete; 90-95 FB; SL/CB; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: .227/.261/.273 – 1 BB/6 K – 3/3 SB – 22 AB
2016: .283/.374/.375 – 19 BB/28 K – 14/16 SB – 152 AB
2017: .319/.378/.446 – 19 BB/40 K – 13/14 SB – 204 AB

491 – UAB SO RHP Garrett Whitlock: 92-96 FB with sink, 97 peak; plus SL; 6-4, 190 pounds

2016: 8.12 K/9 – 3.71 BB/9 – 51.0 IP – 3.00 ERA
2017: 6.57 K/9 – 3.58 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 4.03 ERA

492 – Texas JR RHP Kyle Johnston: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 84-89 cut-SL, flashes above-average to plus; average CB; average 82-86 CU, flashes better; 2017: 91-95 FB, 97 peak; 85-90 cut-SL; 84-87 CU; 6-0, 220 pounds

2015: 9.00 K/9 – 5.93 BB/9 – 40.2 IP – 2.20 ERA
2016: 8.52 K/9 – 5.72 BB/9 – 67.2 IP – 3.72 ERA
2017: 6.38 K/9 – 4.79 BB/9 – 73.1 IP – 3.56 ERA

493 – Michigan JR RHP Ryan Nutof: 87-92 FB with sink, 94 peak; 74-81 CB with plus upside; above-average 82-84 SL; good deception; good athlete; 2017: 93-95 FB; 74-80 CB; 77-83 SL; 79-80 CU; 6-2, 185 pounds

2015: 7.09 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 80.0 IP – 3.71 ERA
2017: 8.92 K/9 – 3.02 BB/9 – 71.2 IP – 4.52 ERA

494 – RHP Brandon Jenkins (Sterling HS, New Jersey): 96 peak; 6-2, 190 pounds

495 – RHP Cody Greenhill (Russellville HS, Alabama): 86-92 FB, 94 peak; 81-83 cut-SL; 72-76 CB; low-80s CU; deceptive; Auburn commit; 6-4, 210 pounds

496 – Duke JR 3B/RHP Jack Labosky: good athlete; power upside; good approach; quick bat; above-average arm; good approach; 89-90 FB with sink; plus 79-80 CU; 69-70 CB; 6-3, 230 pounds

2015: .265/.339/.296 – 9 BB/23 K – 2/2 SB – 98 AB
2016: .290/.421/.518 – 32 BB/54 K – 2/3 SB – 193 AB
2017: .275/.399/.464 – 37 BB/62 K – 0/0 SB – 207 AB

2015: 6.12 K/9 – 1.80 BB/9 – 25 IP – 2.88 ERA
2016: 9.11 K/9 – 2.21 BB/9 – 32.2 IP – 2.20 ERA
2017: 6.35 K/9 – 1.59 BB/9 – 34.0 IP – 4.50 ERA)

497 – OF/1B Mason Martin (Southridge HS, Washington): plus raw power; LHH; 6-2, 200 pounds

498 – Notre Dame JR RHP Brad Bass: 90-95 FB, 97 peak; average to above-average 81-85 SL, plus upside; 78-80 CB; CU; deceptive; 6-6, 240 pounds

2015: 7.64 K/9 – 3.55 BB/9 – 33.0 IP – 1.91 ERA
2016: 10.24 K/9 – 7.32 BB/9 – 12.1 IP – 11.68 ERA
2017: 8.54 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 84.1 IP – 3.74 ERA

499 – 2B/SS Kevin Kendall (La Mirada HS, California): good defender; strong arm; sneaky pop; good athlete; UCLA commit; 5-11, 165 pounds

500 – Stanford JR RHP Colton Hock: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 79-86 CB; good athlete; 2016 (longer outings): 88-92 FB; good 77-81 CB; Cape 2016: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; plus 79-82 CB; 82-84 CU, average upside; plus command; 2017: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; plus 78-81 CB; 6-5, 235 pounds

2015: 6.00 K/9 – 5.00 BB/9 – 36.0 IP – 5.25 ERA
2016: 9.53 K/9 – 3.75 BB/9 – 57.2 IP – 2.03 ERA
2017: 6.62 K/9 – 2.08 BB/9 – 47.2 IP – 2.08 ERA

2012 Top 750

1. SS Carlos Correa (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): plus-plus arm strength; positive reports on glove, above-average tools across board defensively; very fluid defender; 6-3, 190 pounds; tons of projection; plus athlete; needs at bats; plus power upside; plus speed; crazy bat speed, no problem with velocity; good approach; R/R

2. RHP Lucas Giolito (Harvard-Westlake HS, California): broke out by throwing 91-94 FB, peak 96-97, but found himself sitting 96-98 by late last summer; stays 93-96 like he’s just having a catch, hitting 97-98 with whispers of even higher (100); will take a little off the FB (92-94) at times to increase the movement; evolution of his breaking ball has been fun to watch: what started as a good 77-82 CB, slowly firmed up to steadier 80-82 and is now a plus-plus pitch at 82-84, hitting 86; he commands his CB exceptionally well for a prep arm; CB has come and gone from appearance to appearance, so there is still some inconsistency with the pitch that needs to be addressed; turned an average 82-84 straight CU into a much improved pitch (his arm action mimics his FB much better now) that he relies on heavily; consistently pitches low in the zone with all three pitches; some reports claim he throws two distinct breaking balls, but I’ve only personally seen him throw a CB, not a SL – confusion could stem from older reports of a 79-83 SL that flashes plus-plus, but I think that’s just misidentification of the CB; easy, repeatable delivery; broad shouldered and not afraid to throw inside to anybody; Giolito in a word: fearless; has been compared to Josh Johnson, a pitcher I once used as a comparison for Jameson Taillon – I was a big fan of Taillon then, and I am an even bigger fan of Giolito, the 2012 MLB Draft’s best prospect, now; 6-6, 230 pounds

3. San Francisco JR RHP Kyle Zimmer: 91-94 FB, 95-97 peak but can get it up to 99 when amped up; some of the best FB command of any amateur you’ll ever see;  there is some talk of inconsistency with his fastball, but I’m not taking that bait: looking at start-by-start velocity shows that he most commonly sat 93-96, even late in games; he was down to the upper-80s in one start (92 peak), but rebounded to show 92-93 (95 peak) the next Friday; inconsistent but really good 81-86 SL with cutter action that could become plus pitch in time; 76-81 kCB that flashes above-average to plus, presently his strongest secondary offering; raw 78-86 CU that he used more frequently with each game, both picking and hitting his spots better as the year progressed – he often used the change early in counts to set hitters up as he is unafraid to pitch backwards when necessary; one nitpick: command of breaking stuff comes and goes; relatively new to pitching, so he has the benefits (and potential injury downside) of a fresh (or unready) arm – I can understand those who are worried that he has done too much too soon on the mound developmentally, but believe that with proper care in pro ball he’ll be fine; outstanding athlete with the chance for three (or four) plus pitches, an arm with limited mileage, and pinpoint fastball command all sounds like a potential first overall pick and frontline MLB starting pitcher; 6-4, 220 pounds

4. LSU SO RHP Kevin Gausman: 91-95 FB, most often 93-96, 97-99 peak; easy velocity; 88-91 two-seamer; 74-79 CB with upside that is really coming on, flashes plus already; better at 79-83 velocity, but still an inconsistent pitch; promising 82-86 CU with splitter action that flashes plus; has improved what was once an average at best 79-82 SL a lot, now flashes plus consistently (up to 83-87); throws more sliders than curves – SL is the pitch for swings and misses, curve works better for called strikes; 6-4, 185 pounds

5. OF Byron Buxton (Appling County HS, Georgia): 93-94 peak FB; plus-plus (80) speed; dead pull hitter; loves to swing; raw, but immensely talented; above-average to plus arm, closer to above-average now but accurate; crazy quick hands; bat speed, bat speed, bat speed; BJ Upton comp from an athletic standpoint makes sense; weirdest comp ever: Mike Schmidt, at least in terms of distance from plate and current swing; tremendous athlete; plus raw power; CF range if his instincts catch up, otherwise a potential Gold Glove winner in RF; 80 speed/60-70 arm/70 range

6. Mississippi State JR RHP Chris Stratton: 88-92 FB, 93-96 peak; velocity up in 2012 – more often 90-94, peaking at 95-96 consistently; leaves his FB up on occasion and it leads to trouble; holds velocity really well; really tough to square up on anything he throws, leaving him with reputation as a groundball machine; quality 77-80 CB; emerging 81-83 CU that is a good pitch now, could be plus in time; good 82-87 SL that flashes plus, but is hit or miss depending on start; solid cutter; added an effective two-seam FB; seen as four-pitch starter, but, depending on how you want to classify his fastball variations, he could eventually throw six legit pitches for strikes; above-average control and command; this is a comp that is decidedly not a comp, but a scout who saw Stratton said that, at his best, he reminded him of a righthanded version of Cliff Lee, mostly because his repertoire is so deep that he can use whatever pitch is working best on any given day; the fact that he throws two distinct breaking balls and has the fearlessness/understanding about how to use them is really impressive for an amateur prospect; 6-2, 200 pounds

7. Stanford JR RHP Mark Appel: sits 93-97 with four-seamer, hitting 99; holds velocity late: still at 94-95 in ninth innings; all FBs typically between 90-95; 88-92 two-seam FB with excellent sink; excellent FB command, but gets in trouble with too many hitter’s strikes – almost a little bit of a great control vs. good command situation; FB also gets in trouble at higher velocity when it flattens out and comes in too straight, especially when he forgets about two-seamer; sat consistently 96-98 with FB in summer 2011; easiest high velocity arm in class by a wide margin; rarely dips below 92; opening start 2012: 91-95 FB, 97 peak; above-average 82-84 SL that remains inconsistent; low-80s CU; for me, he’s at his best when he is 92-94 with plus sink and throwing lots of SL, sometimes gets too dependent on FB and overthrows it causing him to miss up in the zone; as the spring moved on, his SL improved considerably, though it lacks the sharpness and break of a true SL (it is more of a hybrid-breaking ball at this point) – now it is a more consistent, though still not reliable, 82-85 pitch with plus upside that can reach even higher (86-87 when he rears back); 80-85 circle CU with very good sink is currently an average big league pitch with plus upside – it is currently his best swing and miss pitch and my favorite of his offspeed offerings; can get in trouble showing too much of the ball in his delivery; no denying his raw stuff – taken individually, each pitch grades out as above-average to plus down the line, but the inability to throw all three pitches for strikes on any given day continues to be his downfall; downfall is, of course, relative – he still has the upside to be a frontline starter with the realistic floor of big league innings eater; 6-5, 205 pounds

8. Florida JR C Mike Zunino: legitimate plus raw power, but expected to be above-average in-game professionally as length in swing could cause some issues on high velocity arms; plus arm strength; good athlete for his height and weight; plus defensive tools behind plate, surprisingly mobile; calling card is his power, but underrated as a natural hitter; value comes on field, obviously, but added bonus of being a take charge leader is nice for the position; more than just a flashy strong arm, also really accurate; swing can get too long at times which could expose him against good breaking balls going forward; also gets bonus points for calling own pitches; I like Zunino a ton, so don’t take this comment as an attempt to hedge my bets, but rather an attempt to keep coverage fair and balanced: due to his inconsistent approach and reports of below-average physical conditioning, I think it is fair to have some serious doubt about Zunino as a sure-thing, franchise player, top five pick; 6-2, 220 pounds

9. OF Albert Almora (Mater Academy, Florida): plus arm strength; plus speed; shows all five tools; big upside at plate; lots of power, but swing needs retooling; almost plus range in CF; quick bat; aggressive base runner; some debate at start of spring about how good his tools really are, but he can play; should be above-average (with plus upside) in CF for a long time; great athlete, good instincts; above-average power with plus upside; above-average arm; average speed; hit tool is better than most HS guys, 70 upside with a great looking swing; so smart on bases, great at reading pitchers; really strong approach; 6-2, 180 pounds; R/R

10. LHP Max Fried (Harvard-Westlake HS, California): fastball velocity and sharpness of his breaking ball have been Fried’s big bugaboo’s all spring; generally speaking, he’ll sit comfortably in the upper-80s, but he has also been clocked at a steady 87-92 FB; his most recent outing found him at 92-95; long story short: getting a “true” idea of Fried’s current velocity is a fool’s errand – projecting where he’ll be once he starts pitching every fifth day with professional coaching is how pro scouting staff’s make their money; with his delivery, build, and flashes of present velocity, it is easy to imagine him sitting 88-93 and occasionally hitting 95 (i.e. Cole Hamels velocity); FB has good movement and natural sink at any velocity; really good 71-78 CB with plus upside that he leans on heavily; like FB, curve comes in at a wide range of velocities, but is most often in the harder 74-79 range; some (like me) think he might actually intentionally mix up his curves – a softer, loopier one in the lower-70s and the sharper, swing and miss plus one in the upper-70s; his best curves have gorgeous shape and huge break; the breaker can be inconsistent, but flashes plus-plus; good emerging 78-84 CU that also flashes plus; besides fluctuating velocity, there is some concern about his command of offspeed stuff and difficulty repeating his mechanics – I think the mechanical issues will work themselves out (elite athleticism will do that), but, if not, good coaching should get him there; great athlete with a plus hit tool and legit raw power; great pickoff move and a plus defender; this is the time of year for overly enthusiastic hyperbolic commentary, so let’s not fight it: Fried has the potential for three plus pitches, is arguably the best athlete/hitter in this year’s prep pitching class, and has the frame, understanding of the game, and drive to become a legitimate big league number one; 6-4, 175 pounds

11. RHP Lance McCullers (Jesuit HS, Florida): once sat 91-94 FB, peak 97-98, but now lives in the mid- to upper-90s (95-97 and only falls back to 92-94 as needed and has been rumored to hit 100; when he sits low- to mid-90s, keeps the ball down and hits his spots, he’s tough to beat; anyway you want to parse the radar readings, his fastball velocity ranks among the easiest you’ll see out of a prep arm; holds velocity really well, never dips below 90-91 with fastball;  got a deserved bad reputation for throwing too many “bad” (i.e. hittable) strikes, especially with the fastball, but has improved a great deal with his command throughout the spring, improvements must still be made in this area, but he’s much better; shows an above-average to plus 83-87 SL (have heard unconfirmed rumors this pitch has hit 91), but more consistent and better long-term offspeed pitch is good 79-86 kCB (best at 80-82) that flashes plus; commands CB really well; plus-plus upside with CB; emerging CU that is now very good and surprisingly consistent 82-88 pitch; I believe he has plus upside with CU, but could still be in minority; I also think the Kyle Drabek comp makes sense in a lot of ways (mostly draft positioning, stature, two-way status, and spike curveball), but prefer McCullers breaking ball as a more consistently reliable plus secondary offering; command and mechanics were the biggest issues coming into the year, and it is fair to say that McCullers has answered both multiple times over this spring; no questions about his athleticism, which leads me to believe any existing issues about his mechanics will be ironed out in time; with two plus pitches already (FB and kCB) and a potential third above-average or better offering (CU), McCullers is a first round arm and potential big league starting pitcher; 6-2, 200 pounds

12. OF David Dahl (Oak Mountain HS, Alabama): good speed; plus arm strength, clocked at 95 from outfield; strong defender; aggressive on base paths; uses whole field; very mature hitter; biggest question for me is power upside long-term; Colby Rasmus comp; enough instincts for CF; update: above-average speed; above-average arm; 6-2, 190 pounds; L/R

13. C Stryker Trahan (Acadiana HS, Louisiana): plus hit tool; honest above-average speed; plus bat speed; good arm; swing is textbook; lets ball travel deep, but quick hands allow it; athletic behind dish; shows plus raw power; most impressed by his power to all fields; if Blake Swihart could run, he’d be Trahan – also think the Wil Myers comps are warranted; the big question is all about his defensive future, but I think he’s athletic enough to be given the chance to work with pro coaches and get everyday reps; 6-1, 220 pounds

14. SS CJ Hinojosa (Klein Collins HS, Texas): power upside is immense, due mostly to crazy bat speed (swing is level); steady defender at short with tools to be even better; really like his quick bat, but swing can get out of whack at times; impressive arm strength; think he’ll stick up the middle pretty easily; 5-11, 185 pounds

15. OF Courtney Hawkins (Mary Carroll HS, Texas): very muscular build; good speed; strong arm; more present power than majority of class; plus raw power; lots of swing and miss and some pitch recognition issues; average or better speed; RF professionally; has improved a great deal across the board in last calendar year, especially on defense; good instincts in CF, but might not be quick enough; plus arm; speed, power, and arm will take him far; reminds me so much of Adam Jones it’s scary; 6-2, 215 pounds; R/R

16. 3B Trey Williams (Valencia HS, California): big hit tool; potential plus to plus-plus raw power; advanced idea of how to hit, e.g. big opposite field power threat; strong arm often categorized as plus; potential star defensively at third base; great reactions and instincts; outstanding athlete; plus bat speed; plus hit tool; slightly above-average speed; very strong; has that special sound; pitch recognition to be monitored; super quick bat, solid approach: very patient, lightning in wrists; swing needs some work, but what is there is a fine building block; strong arm, steady defender; below-average speed, but quick feet and reactions at third; should be an average defender at worst with much more upside than that; big-time raw power, personally I’m a believer; 6-2, 210 pounds; R/R

17. RHP Zach Eflin (Hagerty HS, Florida): 89-91 FB, 92-93 peak; excellent command; inconsistent 74-80 CB; good 78-83 CU that flashes plus; spring 2012 update: 90-95 FB; 76-80 kCB that has some SL action and above-average upside; solid 83-84 CU that sinks; either secondary could be plus on any given day; 6-5, 200 pounds; pretty steady 92-94 as year has gone on; 89-93 at later date, 95 peak; 77-83 kCB better when harder; 79-83 plus CU; 90-95 FB with plus life; CU has plus upside; velocity down of late, 89-91; 77-78 CB; when everything is working, there are few prep arms with who look this good, but there’s some concern about Eflin’s ability to consistently harness his stuff all at once

18. Duke JR RHP Marcus Stroman: 90-93 FB, 95-98 peak; also has sat at higher velocities all game, consistently at 93-97 in some starts; rumors of even higher peaks (99-100); tight plus 79-85 SL with plus command, peaking at 86-87; when ahead in count, SL is deadly; slowly rolled out 82-84 CU in 2012, pitch improved greatly as season progressed – most call it above-average, some a grade higher; 87-91 cutter; important to remember that he is relatively new to pitching full-time, so his arm is fresh; there is some concern about lefthanders getting too good a look at him due to his arm slot, but righties struggle against him mightily; when he isn’t striking guys out, he’s getting ground balls; holds velocity deep into starts despite 5-9, 180 pound frame

19. Texas A&M JR RHP Michael Wacha: big velocity jump during college tenure – once peaked only as high as 92, but now regularly sits 90-95 FB, hitting 96-97; like many young arms, can get himself in trouble when he overthrows fastball and it begins to straighten out; somewhat similar to Kyle Zimmer in the way he relied on excellent fastball command before seeing a velocity spike; holds velocity well, very rarely dipping below 90; have heard he’ll throw his legitimate plus to plus-plus CU with two distinct grips: one at 82-85 with the circle change grip, the other more of an upper-70s straight change; either way, the CU should be a weapon from day one on; occasional 81-85 SL with cutter action; also will go with a very rare upper-70s CB that could be the breaking pitch he’ll be asked to run with as a pro; neither breaking ball is pro-ready, but both have flashed enough that it is easy to imagine a pro staff believing it can coach him up; natural comparison is Ryan Madson, especially if Wacha never develops a consistent third pitch and is used out of the bullpen; as a starter, I think there are some similarities in terms of stuff when you compare him to Braves prospect Julio Teheran; 6-6, 200 pounds

20. 3B Tanner Rahier (Palm Desert HS, California): plus arm strength; accurate arm; quick bat; good power; good fielder with well above-average range; intriguing raw power, above-average for me; not toolsy, but gets it done; ball jumps off bat, special sound; likely a 3B as a pro; impressive pitch recognition; Evan Longoria comp; only question for me is power upside, hit tool is outstanding; some believe he’ll stick at SS, Gold Glove upside at 3B; 6-2, 205 pounds; R/R

21. Clemson JR 3B Richie Shaffer: really good defender at first, but more average on a good day at third; plus raw power to all fields; plus raw arm strength (has hit 94 off mound), above-average in total after accuracy is factored in; made outstanding recovery from broken hamate bone, minimal power loss; good athlete; average runner; not entirely convinced he’s a third baseman forever, but believe he can play either 3B or a corner OF spot through his first big league (six year) contract; 6-3, 200 pounds

22. 3B Joey Gallo (Bishop Gorman HS, Nevada): plus raw power from left side; good athlete; plus arm; no problem against quality arms, has hit both high velocity and big league quality breaking balls; similar to Richie Shaffer defensively – both have plus arms and enough athleticism to play third base for a bit before transitioning to right field; some prefer him on mound (88-93 FB; 94-98 peak with some of the easiest velocity of any prep in recent memory; good 74-76 CB; mid-80s CU; 77-81 SL needs work), but his kind of power is hard to pass up; not a perfect comp, but there’s some Kris Bryant to his game; really want to move him up over Richie Shaffer for the top spot, and for some organizations I think he’s worth the risk, but the relative safety of the college bat pushes Shaffer just ahead; 6-5, 220 pounds; L/R

23. Georgia Southern JR OF Victor Roache: raw, but talented; plus athlete; plus raw power; a hair over average speed; average arm; willing to wait for his pitch and drive it; has had his swing doubted at every level, but has hit everywhere he’s been; much will be known about Roache’s medicals based on his draft position as his broken wrist is a concern going forward – if he goes on the first day, as expected, we can assume everything checked out more or less fine, but if he falls then the question about his long-term prognosis will be out there; his final position on this board is subject to change pending any news on his health, but Roache’s impact bat is one of the draft’s most overscrutinized and thus, in my opinion, underrated bright spots; 6-1, 225 pounds

24. 3B Rio Ruiz (Bishop Amat HS, California): very strong hands; plus arm; very quick bat; no problem with velocity; big league hitter; popular Eric Chavez comp that makes sense; 6-2, 200 pounds; L/R; good athlete; really intrigued by bat; patient

25. 3B Addison Russell (Pace HS, Florida): good athlete; consistent hard contact; plus defensive tools; excellent range; great bat speed; too aggressive at times, but has worked hard to improve approach; plus arm; really good athlete; has worked hard to put on muscle, looked like a corner infielder all the way; now they say he is athletic enough to stick up middle again though he still looks like a future 3B to me; very quick bat; 6-1, was up to 215 pounds; down to 185 now; above-average speed; huge raw power; questionable hit tool; R/R

26. 3B Corey Seager (Northwest Cabarrus HS, North Carolina): good athlete; strong arm; great feel on defense, could be star at third; line drive machine; swing holds back power upside for now, but if he grows into some power, watch out; already more pop than his brother; patient approach; 55 speed; 6-3, 200 pounds; L/R; should settle into average speed

27. Stony Brook JR OF Travis Jankowski: plus speed; great CF range; average at best arm; below-average present power, but I think there’s more pop coming; potential plus hit tool; great athlete; really good approach, especially with two strikes; awesome instincts, great first step; has struggled some on Friday nights, much better against lefthanded pitchers; I hate piling on with the obvious comp, but I think there are lots of similarities between Jankowski and the college version of Jacoby Ellsbury – to take it a step further, it wouldn’t surprise me to see a power spike similar to Ellsbury’s, though perhaps not quite as drastic, once Jankowski hits pro ball; 6-1, 190 pounds

28. RHP Walker Buehler (Henry Clay HS, Kentucky): classic case of a plus pitchability arm who one day wakes up to big league quality stuff; his upper-80s FB (91-92 peak) has jumped to a steady 90-94, peaking 95-96; best offsped pitch is an above-average 76-78 CB with plus upside, one of the best of its kind in the class – even more effective when he throws it a little harder (78-82); third pitch is a straight CU with tumble that at times is his best offering; hardly going out on a limb, but Buehler is one of my favorite prep arms in this year’s class: smarts, three big league pitches, and repeatable mechanics all add up to a potential quality big league starter; 6-1, 165 pounds

29. Arkansas SO RHP Nolan Sanburn: 90-93 FB, 94-98 peak; sitting 94-97 last fall; 92-96 out of bullpen, peaking at 98-99; flashes plus 81-85 SL; improved 81-82 CU; good athlete; good delivery; strong; above-average 76-79 CB that I really like, can get up to low-80s; leans on FB and rightfully so; fresh arm who could/should be tried as a starter in the pros, but will likely be kept in the bullpen (have heard a Daniel Bard comp thrown his way) as a potential fast-rising prospect; 6-0, 190 pounds

30. LHP Hunter Virant (Camarillo HS, California): like Max Fried, fastball sits mostly upper-80s (87-89, later in spring 88-91), but ranges from 86-92, 93-94 peak with good natural sink; plus FB command; loads of FB movement; rapidly improving 75-80 CU with great arm action; excellent pitch with FB arm action, good deception, plus command, and above-average downward movement; inconsistent 77-81 SL; good 70-76 CB that is better when thrown harder, gets in trouble when he aims it; CB has plus upside and is already an above-average, if inconsistent, pitch; relatively new to pitching, but shows a great deal of early aptitude for it; lots of upside in terms of body and lack of time on mound developing bad habits; will battle Kyle Twomey for top spot on what seems like an annual list of projectable California prep lefthanders; 6-3, 180 pounds

31. RHP Chase DeJong (Wilson HS, California): 87-89 FB, 90-91 peak; good to plus 74-79 CB; good to plus 82-84 CU; breaking ball also identified as 76-78 SL with late break; good sink on FB; good command; 6-4, 190 pounds; late spring 2012 update: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; 75-77 CB; 83-84 CU

32. RHP Mitch Brown (Rochester County HS, Minnesota): 88-92 FB, 93-95 peak; plus 79-84 SL; 87-88 cutter; good CU; occasional 75-77 CB, good pitch; good command; 6-1, 210 pounds; prep version of Kyle Zimmer

33. LHP Matthew Smoral (Solon HS, Ohio): 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak – up to 95-96; 77-84 SL that is really good at times, better when firmer; raw 82-84 straight CU; control comes and goes; foot injury doesn’t appear to be a long-term concern, so Smoral’s draft stock is unchanged for me; 6-8, 225 pounds

34. Missouri State JR RHP Pierce Johnson: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; FB velocity has steadily increased from summer 2011 (93-94 peak) to fall ball (up to 97 then) to this past season (settled in at low-90s, peaking 95-96); has learned to hold his velocity much better, still hitting 94 late in games; biggest downside of FB is inconsistent command; plus 80-84 breaking ball that is closer to CB than SL; average 86-87 SL with cutter action; shows a 80-82 CU that he rarely uses, but has plus upside; potential above-average big league starter if he stays healthy; 6-3, 180 pounds

35. Vanderbilt JR LHP Sam Selman: 89-93 FB, 95-97 peak; 12-6 CB from high school that couldn’t be controlled in college and has now morphed into a 79-82 SL that flashes plus; promising low-80s CU, but must improve arm action unless he wants professional hitters to know what pitch is coming; sat 91-94 FB, 97 peak last summer, so he has maintained his velocity jump over time; was still showing promising SL that will come and go as of late spring; his biggest issue is command; he also tires easily and loses velocity quickly over the course of a start; those negatives aside, it is easy to see why Selman should go high this June: his relative inexperience on the mound gives hope to teams looking to mold a raw talent in need of strong pro coaching and conditioning but already equipped with three potential above-average pitches and ample big game experience; 6-3, 185 pounds

36. Oklahoma State JR LHP Andrew Heaney: 87-92 FB, 93-94 peak; fastball plays up due to command; will sit upper-80s late in games; good CB that he uses very cleverly – it comes in a variety of speeds (mid- to upper-70s, mostly) and shapes, sometimes looking like a true curve, sometimes appearing closer to a slider, and occasionally going in-between with a hybrid look; good 76-81 CU that flashes plus, but is too often left up in the zone and hittable; will cut, sink, and run his fastball, but loses command in these situations – his 78-82 cutter/slider does have above-average upside and could be an asset if he can gain greater command of it; great overall pitchability; varies arm slots like Josh Spence; 6-2, 175 pounds

37. Purdue JR C Kevin Plawecki: tremendous approach, as good as any hitter in this year’s college class; still a raw defender, but above-average tools are there; average arm, but it plays up due to much improved footwork and a quick release; good athlete; above-average hit tool; hits consistent line drives tony and makes a ton of contact; like the power, but others aren’t solid his swing will allow for much more than gap power – I think there’s 20 homer upside here; there was some question heading into the year, but will definitely stick behind plate; uses the whole field well as a hitter; high marks for all things intangible; given the choice between Zunino in the first or Plawecki later, I’d wait it out and grab Purdue’s backstop who might have more long-term upside; 6-2, 210 pounds

38. Arkansas JR 3B Matt Reynolds: line drive machine who lacks present strength and swing plane for big power, but makes up for it with consistent hard contact all over the field; above-average speed that plays up on bases; outstanding defender with a strong arm and enough athletic ability to play up the middle at times; could even be tried at catcher, though I think a more likely conversion would be to 2B – could even be tried as an everyday SS if a team is feeling especially frisky; I think a player in-between Kyle Seager and Chase Headley is a realistic ceiling for Reynolds – some speed, some pop, but lots of value tied up in defense and on-base ability; 6-1, 200 pounds

39. Stanford JR 3B Stephen Piscotty: gap power, but could be more with added strength; often too aggressive for his own good, but compensates by showing great plate coverage; impressive ability to use the whole field; average speed; good arm; above-average hit tool that I wasn’t sold on to start the year, but can now admit is one of the college class’ best – he’s really fun to watch hit; good enough defender at third to at least get a chance to start there in pro ball, but less likely to stick there long-term than Richie Shaffer – RF makes for a fine backup plan in the event a switch is necessary; like the hit tool, his power is better than I first gave him credit for – the gap power should give way to more over the fence pop as he focuses 100% on hitting professionally; not to keep repeating myself, but Piscotty’s bat has really impressed me more than I expected this year – he has a very quiet swing, mature approach, and is capable of hitting any pitch in any count, including pitchers’ pitches; above-average athlete; have personally compared him to James Darnell in the past, but should have higher ceiling; 6-3, 215 pounds

40. 3B Carson Kelly (Westview HS, Oregon): 88-92 FB; plus 78-82 CU with fade; 73-80 CB; low-80s SL with plus upside; can really swing the bat; plus bat speed; no problem with high velocity arms; plus arm; strong; agile; good approach; above-average defensive tools; can’t decide on his pro position, lean towards 3B; slow, but not glacial; 6-2, 210 pounds; R/R

41. Rice JR RHP JT Chargois: 90-94 FB; easy 95-96 peak but can also get it up to 98 with a little more effort; plus 78-83 CB; average 79-81 CU flashes plus; also shows 85-87 SL, but uses it almost exclusively as a chase pitch in the dirt; really tough to pick up ball out of his hand due to nasty angle in delivery; between deception, velocity, movement, and command, Chargois’ fastball is a true plus to plus-plus pitch; as a two-way prospect – I liked him as a hitter more his freshman season – his arm is fresh and his above-average athleticism goes without saying; big question is command of offspeed stuff; despite the overwhelming consensus that he’s a reliever only in the pros, I think he has three pitches to start if his arm action is deemed acceptable by a pro team, something that has a higher chance of happening that he gets credit for when you factor in his relative newness to pitching; has arguably one of the draft’s highest floors (big league setup guy) with the chance for more (elite closer/above-average big league starting pitcher); 6-3, 200 pounds

42. 3B Daniel Robertson (Upland HS, California): potential plus defender, but more in the steady style and not so spectacular; plus arm; big hit tool; has raw power, but doesn’t know how to use it just yet; does show as much opposite field power as any high school hitter in recent memory; 6-1, 185 pounds; R/R

43. Georgia Southern JR RHP Chris Beck: 87-93 FB, 95-97 peak; FB velocity was way down in 2012 (88-92, 93 peak) and far too straight a pitch to fool pro bats; 80-86 cutter-like SL with plus upside, has hit upwards of 90, but was above-average at best throughout much of 2012 season; 80-84 straight CU with plus upside; command needs tightening; Dr. Jekyll is a first round pick, but Mr. Hyde barely warrants top ten round consideration – a smart team will figure out what they are getting in advance (or at least that’s the idea…), but outsiders like me can only guess; 6-3, 220 pounds

44. Monmouth JR RHP Pat Light: first gained acclaim as a guy who threw a 89-91 FB that moved, but the progression that led to his current peak velocity of 94-97 helped his draft stock skyrocket; at his best he still sits low-90s (94-95 peak), but will lose velocity early; good 77-83 SL that flashes plus; solid 79-81 splitter/CU; similar to Chris Beck in that it is hard to predict what version you’ll get – the three-pitch pitcher with the plus fastball has clear big league upside or the pitcher who comes with the risk of unexplained ups and downs in terms of stuff; 6-6, 210 pounds

45. St. Mary’s JR RHP Martin Agosta: 91-93 FB, 95-96 peak; sometimes sits 89-92 with 94 peak; 80-85 SL with upside, flashes plus – has also been called a cutter; good CB; above-average CU; plus overall command; gets better as game  goes on; Agosta’s FB-SL-CU and command make him a good starting pitching prospect, and the chance he’ll continue to find ways to further differentiate his breaking ball – gaining some separation with his cutter and curve from his slider would be a start – make him especially intriguing; 6-1, 180 pounds

46. LHP Kyle Twomey (El Dorado HS, California): 86-90 FB, 91-92 peak; good CU that I like a lot, but admit needs work; good 71-76 CB, sometimes slower at 69-71; 85 cutter; good deception in delivery; crafty and projectable, Twomey is one of the draft’s highest upside arms; 6-4, 170 pounds

47. RHP Ty Buttrey (Providence HS, North Carolina): once sat 87-91 FB hitting 92, but pumped up to consistent 90-94, hitting 95-96 by early spring; two-seam FB stays 90-92 – pitch is a certifiable bat breaker; two-seam, four-seam, and cut (87-89) FBs all move a ton, making Buttrey one of this class’ premier groundball pitchers; emerging CU that he still doesn’t fully believe in, but pitch improved significantly in last six months – now sits 81-85 with plus upside (arm action is there), but it will take time and practice; 76-79 kCB with above-average upside that he’ll sometimes throw harder (low-80s), pretty impressive pitch when the velocity is up but remains inconsistent pitch to pitch; good athlete; some concern about late spring velocity loss (dipped back down to last summer’s upper-80s, 90-91 peak) and advanced age for his class; when a team saw Buttrey will determine how high he goes – on his best day, he’s a clear first day talent; when his fastball is slower and flatter, he’s nothing special; 6-5, 210 pounds

48. RHP Trey Killian (Mountain Home HS, Arkansas): 86-91 FB, 92-93 peak; 72-76 CB with plus upside; 76-82 SL; both breaking balls have firmed up and are now on higher range, both are legit future average or better pitches; 79-81 CU; delivery needs tweaking; impressive control for a young arm; strong present stuff and still easy to dream on more; 6-4, 180 pounds

49. RHP Nick Travieso (Archbishop McCarthy HS, Florida): 90-94 FB, 96-97 peak with rumors as high as 99; FB moves a ton, especially when he takes some off (90-92), so it is really hard to square up on; works low in zone with FB; command is iffy, too many hittable strikes; really encouraged by quick progression of good 80-87 SL that has plus upside; for being relatively new to throwing anything but a fastball, he commands his SL really well; new 82 CU – have also heard he’ll throw a hard CU (87-88) with decent tumble, but haven’t seen it yet; whatever you think of the CU, it is such a raw offering that it could go in any number of ways, positively or negatively; has been tagged with the “throws like a reliever” stigma, but I don’t see it; there are enough questions about Travieso (starter or reliever, improved yet still very inconsistent slider, no firsthand look by majority of scouts that says much on whether or not his nascent change will work against live bats) that I’d understand teams that move him off their day one draft boards, but arm strength and the ability to spin a breaking ball (at least some of the time) are worth investing some money in; 6-3, 215 pounds

50. RHP Kieran Lovegrove (Mission Viejo HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; 79-81 CU, up to 82-84 in recent viewings – have heard unconfirmed rumblings that he favors the splitter grip for his change; true plus low-80s SL (80-85) that is more of a big breaker than a sharp breaker, but an excellent potential second pitch either way; great athlete; good deception in delivery; blessed with lots of arm strength, so could see velocity numbers jump as he fills out; maintains velocity well; if you take the approach that the draft is more than simply adding talent, but also a means of hiring new employees to represent your multi-million dollar brand, then Lovegrove is an ideal fit – he’s plenty talented, and, more importantly, projectable enough to justify an early pick, and, while I’m not typically the guy heading up the intangibles (!) bandwagon, he’s exactly the kind of young man you feel good about bringing into your organization; 6-4, 180 pounds

51. RHP Ty Hensley (Santa Fe HS, Oklahoma): 88-93 FB, 94-95 peak; velocity has been up at times, sitting 92-95, peaking 97-98; good FB command; really good 74-79 CB with plus upside that he relies on heavily; emerging 79-82 CU; 84-86 SL that he has difficult commanding; strong hitter; two potential plus pitches and a big league frame are a great start, but he’ll have to continue developing a third pitch, likely his nascent change, going forward; as is, he has first day stuff; 6-5, 220 pounds

52. RHP Walker Weickel (Olympia HS, Florida): last year sat 89-91 FB with sink, 92 peak; by the summer of 2011, his stock was up and he was throwing 90-93, 94-95 peak FB; by mid-summer he was back 89-93 FB; has bounced between low (87-90) and high (92-95) all spring, most recently on the low side; good FB command; multiple theories about his fluctuating velocity include fatigue, early peaking arm from age standpoint, and too much emphasis placed on developing cutter, so pro teams will have to have done their homework before taking a chance; good to plus 70-76 CB, but still inconsistent especially when he overthrows it; in the minority in thinking his CB is best when thrown slower at 69-71, but I understand the concerns about how a pitch like that will hold up against pro hitters; good deception in delivery; if you’re buying Weickel, and I am, you’re buying an above-average fastball, above-average curve, and an above-average change, all tied together with a deceptive delivery, plus makeup, and excellent command across the board; 6-6, 200 pounds

53. Arizona State JR SS Deven Marrero: advanced defender with plus tools (great range, soft hands, plus arm); average power potential, gap power at present; average speed, plays up a bit in game; he’d also  work well at 2B or 3B, though a position switch is not necessary; despite the down year, Marrero has impressed in by hitting a variety of stuff – i.e. he’s not struggling for lack of being able to hit a good fastball or misidentifying breaking balls; above-average hit tool; even though I’ve never been top-five pick high on Marrero as a prospect, it bears mentioning that he’s a ballplayer with no obvious below-average tool and a worthy first round pick – closer to the back than the front, but still worth a first round grade; interesting information from watching him/parsing the stats: he absolutely kills lefties, but struggles against righties; still living off his impressive freshman season to some extent, but scouts remain high on him as somebody who will settle in as one of the top 5-8 defenders at shortstop in the game while hitting better with wood than what he showed in college – his ceiling may not be as an All-Star caliber player, but he could still be a first-division starter; 6-1, 195 pounds

54. Cal Poly JR OF Mitch Haniger: plus defensive upside in RF, can hang in center despite average at best speed; very strong arm; above-average raw power, 20+ HR upside; strong; average at best hit tool yet still better than expected (at least by me) coming into the year; good athlete; improved approach in 2012 as he has matured a great deal as a hitter throughout his college career; 6-2, 215 pounds

55. 3B Mitch Nay (Hamilton HS, Arizona): impressive bat; questionable defender, could wind up in RF; super strong arm; easy to love his bat speed; above-average power upside; slow; 6-3, 200 pounds

56. 3B David Thompson (Westminster Christian HS, Florida): huge power; good approach; really quick bat; quick enough for LF, but has chance to stick at third; strong arm befitting a QB; long swing

57. OF Lewis Brinson (Coral Springs HS, Florida): plus (70) to plus-plus speed; strong arm; great athlete; huge upside; big (60-65) raw power; very raw; great athlete; reminds me of Austin Wilson as a prep player but with the ability to play CF, though he could be plus RF; plus arm or better, depending on his release; Florida commitment; more of a baseball player than other toolsy prospects; quick bat; pull power; love his defense; Phillies kind of player; 6-4, 185 pounds

58. OF Jameis Winston (Hueytown HS, Alabama): plus arm strength; plus-plus athlete; plus speed; plus CF range; power upside remains to be seen; can really hit; super quick bat; others really like his power; think scouts got discouraged about his baseball future once it was clear he was going the football route at Florida State, but his baseball tools are outstanding; 6-4, 200 pounds; S/R

59. OF Nick Williams (Galveston Ball HS, Texas): plus athlete; advanced feel for hitting; patient approach; great athlete; impressive speed; long strider; average arm; see a lot of Dom Brown in his game, for better or worse; I’m stubbornly sticking with Williams as an elite prospect because the tools he showed before this spring’s struggles are still there; 6-3, 200 pounds; L/L

60. RHP Tyler Gonzalez (Madison HS, Texas): 87-93, 94-96 peak FB; 80-89 SL with plus upside that is already a really good pitch; on the upper end of those velocity ranges when at his sharpest; 75-79 CB; holds velocity really well; very good athlete; very rare 82-83 CU; 87 cutter; 6-2, 175 pounds

61. OF Anthony Alford (Petal HS, Mississippi): above-average power upside; plus-plus athlete; plus arm; can play any outfield spot, but could be great in corner (LF); above-average to plus (70) speed; strong; 6-2, 220 pounds

62. RHP Grayson Long (Barbers Hill HS, Texas): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good 80 CU; 75-77 CB with upside; SL with plus upside, but still a really inconsistent pitch; delivery ready for the pros; similar prospect to Walker Weickel in many ways, for better or worse; love his FB – command and movement make it a plus pitch even without big present velocity; has fallen off in the eyes of many this spring, but the long-term value is still very high; 6-6, 190 pounds

63. SS Gavin Cecchini (Barbe HS, Louisiana): good athlete; good speed; solid defender; more power than you’d expect, at least average as a pro; should be able to stick at shortstop, but more steady than spectacular there; above-average arm; plus hit tool; like his hit tool, not sure on the rest; I think he’ll have to move off SS, but we’ll see

64. Virginia JR 2B Stephen Bruno: good defender with plus range and plus arm – could be good enough to play shortstop professionally, though that’s currently the minority opinion; I’m in said minority, but put him with the 2B group (he could be a plus defender with more reps at 3B, by the way) to hedge my bets; above-average speed; plenty of pop; Bruno is one of my favorite players from this year’s college class – he’s a natural born hitter with emerging power and a good idea of the strike zone who rarely gets cheated during an at bat; if he doesn’t settle in as an everyday player anywhere, he has the high floor of a quality big league utility infielder; 5-9, 165 pounds

65. SS Adrian Marin (Gulliver Prep HS, Florida): plus arm strength; confirmed plus speed; needs to add some bulk; steady defender who should stick at SS, could be very good at 2B; no problems with velocity; gap power; has “it” whatever that is; 6-0, 170 pounds

66. Florida JR SS Nolan Fontana: average to above-average speed; good defender who manages to get by without elite defensive tools – positioning and instincts go a long way; average hit tool; little power, but enough pop to run into one from time to time – big improvement in this area in 2012; highlight of his game is without a doubt his great approach; Fontana never takes off an at bat, always working deep counts and being sure to swing at pitches he knows he can handle and/or waste; more physical strength than given credit for; should have a long professional career in some capacity, whether it is as a starting middle infielder or an above-average utility player; as much as I like Fontana (and I really, really like Fontana), I have to pass along the comp I heard a scout who saw him play a lot this year throw on him: former first round pick Russ Adams, a similarly polished college shortstop who didn’t have enough punch to make a meaningful pro impact; 5-11, 185 pounds

67. RHP Paul Blackburn (Heritage HS, California): 89-91 FB, 92 peak; really, really good 75-78 CB; 77-78 CU with plus upside; 6-2, 180 pounds; good command; good control; repeats mechanics well

68. RHP Kevin McCanna (The Woodlands HS, Texas): 87-89 FB, 91 peak; new to pitching, catcher convert; now sits 89-92, 94 peak FB; potential plus 82-84 CU that moves like a splitter (but isn’t, apparently) that is already a good pitch; 75-78 CB with plus upside; 75 straight CU with less tumble but good arm action; pitchability righthander with above-average stuff; plus command; 6-1, 185 pounds

69. RHP Shane Watson (Lakewood HS, California): 88-91 FB with sink, 92-93 peak; good 74-78 CB; definitely seen a good 76-80 SL; has shown 95-96 peak in spring 2012, sitting 91-93 FB; plus 78-80 CB; very consistent CB; everything down in zone; no real CU to speak of; 6-4, 200 pounds; spring 2012 UPDATE: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average 75-76 CB; raw 78-81 CU; also rumors of 82 very good CB

70. RHP Carson Fulmer (All Saints Academy HS, Florida): 93-95 peak FB, sits 91-92 with good sink; 77-82 chase SL; really good 80-86 CU with sink that he has recently firmed up; really good FB command; 78-81 CB; could stand to tone down delivery; sits 92-94 in short bursts; holds velocity late; spring 2012 update: 89-92 FB, 93 peak; up to 90-94, 96 peak; 78-80 CU; good 75-78 CB; 6-1, 190 pounds; 6-1, 190 pounds; at his best: 94-96 FB, two plus offspeed pitches

71. RHP Lucas Sims (Brookwood HS, Georgia): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; really good but inconsistent 73-77 CB; average 81-84 SL; will show a low-80s CU that is well beyond its years; have heard late summer 95-96 peak; later on cranked it to 97-98; 90-94 FB, but loses it late in games and sits 89-91; FB moves a ton, even up to 93-94; some deception in delivery; 80 CB; CU and CB both have plus upside, some have 81-83 CB as plus already; 6-2, 200 pounds; update: 90-93, 94 peak; flashed good 73-77 CB that has flashed plus in past; interesting 81-85 CU; good athlete; April: 91-94 FB, 96 peak; CU; May: 91-94 FB, 96 peak; 75-78 CB that flashes above-average; above-average upside with 85-87 CU

72. TCU JR C Josh Elander: plus power potential; above-average arm strength but it plays up even more due to quick release; footwork behind plate still needs work; above-average foot speed; physically mature and very strong; one of the best overall tool sets of any college prospect, but Elander is no different from many other prospects of this archetype – with great tools often comes a high degree of rawness; I believe he’ll have no problems sticking behind the plate, and think he has a chance to be a starting caliber catcher; could follow the Eli Marrero career path if his defense continues to lag behind his bat; 6-0, 205 pounds

73. C Wyatt Mathisen (Calallen HS, Texas): strong and accurate arm; good defensive tools, but needs reps; really nice patient approach; quick bat; slightly below-average speed, but good for catcher; 6-1, 210 pounds

74. C Clint Coulter (Union HS, Washington): good defensive tools, but a little stiff behind plate; may or may not stick at catcher long-term, but I’m a believer; little Jeff Bagwell in his crouch and swing setup; good athlete; plus arm, but needs to polish up footwork; pro body; loud contact; strong; big league caliber defensive tools for me, not all agree; above-average arm; really interesting power; fun player to watch who impacts the game in a multitude of ways; 6-3, 220 pounds

75. 1B Nathan Mikolas (Bradford HS, Wisconsin): strong hit tool; above-average power upside; good athlete; really smart young hitter; quick bat; can hit to all fields; questionable defender and athlete; best position is batter’s box; has also played some OF; 6-2, 200 pounds

76. RHP Justin Garza (Bonita HS, California): 89-92 FB, 94 peak; FB sits closer to peak than sitting velocity, i.e. he throws hard; 74-77 CB; really good 75-80 SL; two breaking balls might be one pitch, I’m going SL but others say CB; 76-78 CU; spring 2012 update: above-average 78-81 SL; usable 80-81 CU; update: 90-95 FB with plus sink on nasty two-seamer; 81 cutter; CU; best pitch is CB; good deception; have also heard 96 peak, with few FBs below 94 all game; 5-10, 155 pounds

77. RHP Zach Jemiola (Great Oak HS, California): 89-91 FB, 92-93 peak; 76-78 CB/SL with promise, but needs work; above-average 81-84 CU that has looked better as spring has progressed; splitter; good athlete; hitters had trouble squaring up on FB; lots of groundballs; 95 peak this spring; 6-3, 200 pounds

78. RHP Alec Rash (Adel DeSoto Minburn HS, Iowa): 87-90 FB, 92-94 peak; seen later 92-94, 95 peak; really nice sink on FB; good 81 CB; good 78-80 SL, up to 84 in recent look; 80-84 CU; great athlete; always looking for ways to get better; 6-5, 200 pounds

79. OF Jesse Winker (Olympia HS, Florida): projects as LF, but a really good one; above-average raw power; really strong hit tool; plus arm strength, above-average in total due to accuracy and iffy mechanics; lightning quick bat; pretty lefthanded swing; patient approach; love the bat here; opposite field power is no joke; present power is legit; 6-3, 200 pounds; L/L

80. OF DJ Davis (Stone HS, Mississippi): plus-plus (80) speed; gap power, more there; improved approach; interesting power upside (double digit); CF range; weak arm; plus CF range; 5-11, 170 pounds

81. RHP Ryan Burr (Highlands Ranch HS, Colorado): 88-92, 93-94 FB peak; good 74-77 CB with plus upside; plus FB command; emerging 80-85 CU; extremely inconsistent, especially with delivery, control, and velocity; 6-4, 210 pounds

82. RHP Cody Poteet (Christian HS, California): 89-93 FB with sink, rare 94-96 peak; promising 75-80 CB that flashes plus; 78-83 CU; good athlete; not afraid to go inside and challenge hitters; 6-0, 180 pounds

83. RHP Keaton Haack (Northwest Guilford HS, North Carolina): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; really good 71-77 CB; 81 CU; groundball machine; good command; best days are ahead of him; 6-5, 200 pounds

84. RHP Mitchell Gueller (WF West HS, Washington): 91-92 peak, up to 96 by early May; above-average speed; great athlete; CF range; low- to mid-70s CB that could be SL in time, either way has plus upside; low-80s CU; would rather hit, but most clubs prefer him on mound; 6-3, 205 pounds

85. OF Max White (Williston HS, Florida): above-average to plus (closer to plus) speed; plus hit tool; plus arm strength; has put on strength and added power; pretty swing; present hit tool is iffy, but bat speed is there; high level CF tools; 6-2, 185 pounds

86. Florida State SR OF James Ramsey: you’ll read lots of averages in his reports, which might not excite many, but those are actually a testament to the hard work he has put in since arriving on campus – Ramsey has come as far as any college player that I can remember in recent memory; above-average hit tool; average at best defender; average range; average at best speed; average arm; average power; was always considered a LF only professionally, but his range has improved a great deal in 2012 – can now play a decent enough CF to play there in a pinch; gets good jumps despite not having blazing speed; there were some rumors that he could be tried at 2B professionally, but I’m not sure the team that drafts him will want to mess with his bat that way; he now uses the whole field so much better than when I last saw him (100% pull-heavy) that he looks like a new player; still unsure of his pro ceiling, but I think his bat is good enough to find him a role in some capacity; 6-0, 200 pounds

87. RHP Clate Schmidt (Alatoona HS, Georgia): 90-92 FB, 94-96 peak; very good 78-83 CB with plus upside; 82-85 SL; 85 CU; good athlete; two-seamer with a ton of sink; velocity down in spring; 6-2, 180 pounds

88. RHP David Gonzalez (Gainesville HS, Georgia): 88-93 FB; good present 75-77 CB; 81-83 SL with upside; might have to pick a breaking ball; mid-80s CU that looks like a splitter, also listed at 78-80; 6-1, 210 pounds

89. RHP Jose Orlando (JO) Berrios (Juan XXIII HS, Puerto Rico): 87-93 FB, 95 peak on island; easy velocity, some deception; good 71-74 CB; 75 CU; SL; 77-79 breaking ball, not sure what type; slight frame; more commonly 92-93 sitting velocity; update: 91-95 FB, 96-97 peak; 80-81 SL; 82-84 CU; holds velocity well

90. RHP Duane Underwood (Pope HS, Georgia): 87-89 FB, peak 92; new 94-98 peak in summer 2011, sitting 91-93 easily; really good 81-84 CU that flashes plus; 69-71 CB with promise, but still inconsistent; CB has also come in at 72-76; great athlete; late October: 92-95 FB; 89-91 cutter; 6-3, 190 pounds; update: better upper-70s CB; hit 96-97 in May; majority of spring has been 87-92 with iffy CB and good CU

91. Arizona State JR RHP Jake Barrett: sits 92-94 as starter, hits 95-96; as reliever he sits 93-96, hits 97-98; good, heavy FB that is difficult to make solid contact on; SL has also gained velocity in move to bullpen: was an above-average upper-70s pitch, now is an excellent mid-80s (83-87) offering; commands his breaking ball and much improved but still raw upper-70s splitter better than he does his fastball; if he throws strikes as a pro, he’ll move fast – ceiling may not quite be big league closer, but he’ll be close; 6-3, 230 pounds

92. California JR 2B Tony Renda: gifted pure hitter who was once considered a butcher in the field, but has improved a tremendous amount to the point that he is now considered at least average; will make all the plays hit at him, but range is nothing to brag about; has worked really hard to improve all-around, so makeup is not a question; now steady enough defensively to stick up the middle, though he’ll have to continue working as he progresses through minors – it’s admittedly a stretch, but I’ve heard his defense/desire to improve his defense (not great/off the charts) combination compared to a young Chase Utley, a player who few believed would ever be average at 2B but worked and worked until one day becoming one of the top defenders in the game in his prime; average at worst speed, has been timed slightly better; if his power comes as some expect, he could have enough bat to play LF; reminds me a little bit of last year’s favorite Tommy La Stella, but higher national profile will get him off board earlier; 5-10, 180 pounds

93. Oklahoma City JR C Dane Phillips: has seen time in RF as well as behind the plate; average arm strength; above-average power upside, but better hit tool; slow, but, hey, he’s a catcher, right?; I’ve long been on record in believing in Phillips sticking behind the plate long-term, citing his progress year-to-year rather than his current ability; well known as a well-traveled man: transferred from OK State to Arkansas, where he was ruled ineligible, before landing at NAIA school Oklahoma City; tools are there to be a big league starting catcher; 6-1, 200 pounds

94. Miami SR C Peter O’Brien: nothing has changed when it comes to O’Brien’s basic scouting report: plus-plus power and a strong arm, but below-average everywhere else; what has changed is his level of competition – doing what he did in the ACC has opened some eyes, and rightfully so; his hit tool isn’t as strong and he’s a better bet to stick behind the plate, but I think a comparison between O’Brien and last year’s preeminent college power hitter CJ Cron has some merit – if O’Brien had been moved off of catcher coming into the year, I wonder if scouts would appreciate his bat more rather than focusing on the negatives of his defense; 6-5, 225 pounds

95. Buffalo JR C Tom Murphy: plus raw power; good athlete; good catcher speed, average overall; above-average arm strength; came into year with many calling his defense “passable,” but in need of improvement – well, he’s improved a lot in the past four months, and now the only question surrounding his defense is how good he’ll continue to get; Murphy is a well-rounded player with enough power to profile as a potential starting catcher; 6-1, 220 pounds

96. Florida Atlantic JR RHP RJ Alvarez: 90-93 FB, 94-97 peak; impressive 80-84 CU that flashes plus; good but raw 78-80 CB with plus upside; CB has shown plus this fall as it has evolved into harder, 80-84 SL-type pitch; FB plays way up in relief – sat 93-97 this spring; iffy FB command, but good control; has moved away from straight change in favor of harder above-average 87-88 split-fingered CU; 6-1, 180 pounds

97. Washington JR 3B Jake Lamb: plus raw lefty power; average defender; plenty of arm strength; previous two points could be added together and lead to a potential switch to catcher professionally, though his progress with the bat has slowed this talk; has flashed big league tools for years and now production is finally catching up – should be a better pro than college player once adjustments are made to his swing; above-average big league starter upside; 6-3, 210 pounds

98. Purdue JR 3B Cameron Perkins: above-average power upside; interesting profile as a hitter: he’s a well-known hacker, but with low strikeout totals and a well above-average ability to hit for contact; average speed; average defender; could be very good in RF; lets ball get very deep on hands; strong arm; good athlete; 6-5, 200 pounds; bad-ball hitter; hard to strikeout; 6-5, 200 pounds

99. OF Andrew Pullin (Centralia HS, Washington): above-average arm; above-average speed; big raw power, but inconsistent in swing setup; more solid across the board than a standout in one area; little bit of Utley in swing; 6-0, 185 pounds; L/L

100. Memphis JR RHP Dan Langfield: 90-94 FB, typical 96-97 peak but up to as high as 99 at times in 2012; command and control issues; limited secondary stuff at present, but shows flashes of interesting 78-81 CB that shows plus; also unveiled a mid-80s SL with cutter action in 2012 that could be a strong pitch in time; will show a CU; has experience in multiple roles, but I like him as a starter, especially if there is more to the changeup than we’ve since so far – if not, he has legit closer stuff; 6-1, 205 pounds

101. OF Kolby Copeland (Parkway HS, Louisiana): very good athlete; good power; strong arm; love his approach; 6-2, 185 pounds

102. St. John’s JR RHP Kyle Hansen: 91-93 FB with good life, 94-96 peak; average 79-84 SL that is improving, pitch has plus upside but inconsistent shape: up to 88 on most recent looks and tends to work much better as truer slider at higher velocities than it does as an upper-70s SL/CB hybrid breaking ball; raw 80-82 CU when he started school that is now a really solid third pitch; has learned to use more upper-80s sinkers to complement four-seam heat; I’ve learned to be skeptical of overly large pitching prospects, but Hansen, for whatever reason, hasn’t gotten anywhere close to the kind of hype typically associated with similar pitchers in the past – he’s big, yes, but he is an excellent athlete who repeats his mechanics well and sits at consistent above-average velocities all while staying healthy while at college and putting up outstanding numbers year after year; hard to call a 6-8, 215 pound brother of a big leaguer a sleeper, but Hansen will likely be on the board a full three rounds past where I’d begin recommending him

103. Stanford rJR LHP Brett Mooneyham: fastball velocities have been all over the place: 85-88 over the summer, starting hitting low-90s consistently during 2011 fall ball (94 peak), fell back to 87-90 at start of season, and, finally, for the majority of the spring, he has begun games 92-94 before falling to 88-90 later in games; no matter the velocity, every fastball he throws has some degree of sink – easily his best singular quality for me, though the outstanding deception in his delivery is a close second; FB command comes and goes; has used a good 74-78 CB in the past, but now uses an average hybrid 76-81 breaking ball that is closer to a SL than a CB; good sinking 76-80 CU; improved cutter; longstanding concerns over inconsistent mechanics and economy of pitches remain; also worth mentioning that he rarely has all his pitches working at once, in a way that is somewhat similar to his rotation-mate Mark Appel; reminds me a lot of Georgia LHP Alex Wood, right down to a change in breaking ball, up and down fastballs, and funky deliveries; 6-5, 215 pounds

104. OF Braden Bishop (St. Francis HS, California): good speed; great athlete; high level glove in center field; great smarts on bases; strong arm; gap power; strong hit tool; 6-1, 180 pounds; R/R

105. OF Josh Henderson (First Baptist Christian HS, Virginia): gorgeous swing; gifted natural hitter; patient approach; good power; average speed; stuck in OF corner; average arm; average range; plus bat speed; 6-0, 190 pounds; L/L

106. UCLA JR RHP Scott Griggs: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; potential plus 78-83 CU that I like much better than most; promising 74-76 CB that flashes plus, up to harder 77-83 SL by late season – whether you call it a power CB or a SL, it is a strong present second pitch; has the stuff to close and the numbers to back it up (below), but below-average control (again, below) and poor, but improved, command both currently stand in the way; will be a win or loss based on player development over scouting, I think – to draft him high is to show a lot of trust in your organization’s ability to harness his electric stuff over time; 6-3, 200 pounds

107. Georgia rSO LHP Alex Wood: came into year sitting 88-91 FB, peaking at 92; velocity up in 2012, sitting 92-95 with good sink at times, getting as high as 96 with great life; as his fastball goes, so does his overall effectiveness; solid mid-80s CU that flashes plus, but nearly often enough; scrapped a below-average slider for what has turned into a pretty good mid-70s CB with upside, though it is still an inconsistent pitch; funk in delivery works for me as it leads to really good deception; has already endured Tommy John surgery; 6-4, 215 pounds

108. OF Austin Aune (Argyle HS, Texas): pretty lefthanded swing; great athlete; first round tools; football star who is a questionable sign; good runner; strong arm; can hit the ball anywhere it is pitched; 6-3, 190 pounds

109. Texas Tech JR 2B Jamodrick McGruder: as you’d expect, the college 2B class is more steady than spectacular so any plus ability you see is worth getting super excited about – McGruder is a plus athlete with plus speed and a plus arm; he’s also a solid defender with the chance to improve as he gets more comfortable in the infield; some teams may view him as a potential CF due to his speed and arm; above-average hit tool with enough pop to play everyday at the next level; 5-7, 170 pounds

110. OF Rhett Wiseman (Buckingham Browne & Nichols HS, Massachusetts): plus raw power; above-average to plus speed; good range in CF; iffy arm, but accurate; very raw at plate; also raw in field; swing needs work, inconsistent; have liked his showcase performances; 6-1, 200 pounds; L/R

111. OF Vahn Bozoian (Ayala HS, California): big righthanded power upside; questionable hit tool; plus-plus arm strength, but not always accurate; can handle big velocity; 6-5, 210 pounds

112. OF Fernelys Sanchez (George Washington HS, New York): plus-plus speed; can be too aggressive, but I like what I’ve seen out of his approach, especially as a spoiler; huge defensive tools; remain intrigued by hit tool; 6-3, 200 pounds

113. Chipola (FL) JC SO OF Andrew Toles: plus speed; plus arm; plus range in CF; kicked off team at Tennessee, but has rebounded nicely both on and off the field at junior college; easy player to like because his path to the big leagues is clear – he’s a defensive dynamo who can really run with enough pop to help keep his on-base abilities evolving over time; the popular comp (Michael Bourn) seems like a really fitting one; 5-10, 185 pounds

114. Rice rJR OF Jeremy Rathjen: above-average speed, power, and arm all give him the look and feel of a starting big league RF if he puts it all together; had reputation of being too aggressive at plate — mostly from being too jumpy early in counts, swinging at pitchers’ pitches — but has worked hard at Rice to hone his plate discipline; good defensive feel; coming off ACL injury, but you wouldn’t know it from breakout season; have heard comps to fellow native Texans Hunter Pence and Brad Hawpe; in a lean year for college bats, Rathjen stands out as one of the few potential starting-caliber players with All-Star upside; 6-5, 200 pounds

115. Texas A&M JR OF Tyler Naquin: plus-plus arm; pretty swing; above-average to plus speed; plus hit tool; reminds me a little of a super-charged version of Alabama OF Taylor Dugas – similar style of play, but every tool a grade (or more) better; better contemporary comparison may be Travis Jankowski; good enough to play CF, though he hasn’t gotten many chances to show it in college; can drill a fastball, but pitch recognition is an issue – like many non-big leaguers he struggles with good breaking stuff; started to show he can go the other way with the better breaking stuff as the year went on; emerging power, but will need to needs to continue to add muscle if he wants to drive the ball against professional pitching; currently his power plays mostly to the gaps; tons of plate coverage; as a CF, Naquin is a legitimate first day prospect; 6-2, 180 pounds

116. Faulkner (AL) JR RHP Corey Black: 90-95 FB, 96 peak; holds velocity late; velocity way up in 2012: sitting 94-96, 98-99 peak; above-average 81-84 CU; occasional CB, average SL; transferred from San Diego State; good fielder; nice line drive swing; 5-11, 180 pounds

117. Bellevue (WA) JC SO RHP Adrian Sampson: 89-93 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average to plus 79-84 CB; emerging CU; good command; good control; FB has good sink; really impressive command of CB; Tommy John survivor; 6-3, 200 pounds

118. West Chester (PA) SR 2B Joe Wendle: pre-season FAVORITE who earned his all-caps designation; easily the best local (to me) player, so I got the chance to see him in person fairly regularly the past two springs; no clear above-average tool, but his present skills are excellent; average speed that plays up due to smart base running and instincts in field; really like the hit tool, swing likes a big leaguer; should be good defender at 2B in time – he’s not a natural, but he gets it done; solid arm; 6-1, 190 pounds

119. 2B Alex Bregman (Albuquerque Academy, New Mexico): very strong; big power upside; gifted natural hitter; talented at all defensive spots, including short; really good athlete; nimble behind plate; outstanding approach; good speed; most likely a 2B professionally, but can also catch; improved defense behind plate before injury; average at best arm; showing some ability behind plate, but its early; wowed by his hitting ability; 5-11, 185 pounds; R/R

120. OF Bralin Jackson (Raytown South HS, Missouri): quick bat; good speed; good raw power; great athlete; above-average arm; good CF range that could be better with practice; bat is a work in progress; raw all-around, but athleticism and tools make him must follow; like the swing a lot, almost like a lefthanded swing in a righthanded hitting body; 6-0, 180 pounds; R/L

121. OF Ty Moore (Mater Dei HS, California): plus hit tool despite unorthodox swing; above-average (55ish) speed; strong enough arm; just knows how to hit; doesn’t have range for CF or power upside for corner, so tweener status limits his ceiling; 6-0, 185 pounds

122. Coastal Carolina JR RHP Josh Conway: long-time favorite prospect, so we’ll go the full three year treatment on his prospect stock starting with his freshman season: 89-91 FB, but often fell to 87-89 late in games; sat 87-93 as sophomore; good 80-86 SL that quickly became a great second pitch; also used an emerging CU that could be well above-average in time; by summer 2011, FB was 88-92, 94 peak; good sinking 83-84 CU; still featured 84-86 SL with plus upside; the bad news: TJ surgery puts his future in doubt, but worth noting that he was hitting 95-96 just prior to injury; also added a good upper-80s cutter to go along with existing mid-80s SL and 83-84 CU; great athlete; if a team believes in a full return to health, he’ll be a gigantic draft day bargain as a starter with mid-rotation upside; 6-1, 190 pounds

123. OF Skye Bolt (Holy Innocents HS, Georgia): plus arm strength; above-average speed; interesting lefthanded power; good range; very good athlete; should be good CF in time, has speed to make up for mistakes; very accurate arm; 6-2, 180 pounds; R/R

124. OF Brett Phillips (Seminole HS, Florida): plus-plus arm strength; 55 speed; 6-1, 185 pounds; above-average range in CF with time; smart hitter; swing needs retooling; average power upside, but will have to work to unlock it

125. Texas JR OF Jonathan Walsh: advanced approach; strong arm; above-average power; big league bat speed; profiles as type of player with the chance to be a better pro hitter than he showed in college – raw physical tools have outpaced his production thus far; outside chance he’ll be announced at catcher, his high school position, on draft day – if that’s the case, expect said announcement to have come way before than many national outlets are currently predicting; from 2009: tremendous athlete with questionable defense behind the plate who is a prime candidate for a position switch; best speed in the catching class; advanced bat with ML-approach should and raw power wins him a place in my heart; I’ve heard a Jayson Werth comp that is just crazy enough for me to buy Walsh as a worthwhile high round draft pick; Texas commit; 6-3, 220 pounds

126. Wake Forest rJR OF Mac Williamson: impressive raw tools, emphasis on raw; above-average to plus arm strength; too aggressive at plate, gets himself out too often; I’ve long wanted to see him move back behind plate, but realize that dream is dead – as it is, he’s a good defender with the prototypical arm for RF; physically mature and very strong; plus power upside; above-average speed, but slow starter – once he gets underway, you see his speed; much improved as hitter in 2012, chasing fewer bad balls; Williamson is interesting for a lot of reasons, not the least of which being his consistently strong power performances and improved plate discipline; if it all comes together in pro ball, Williamson is a five-tool player (four of which are decidedly above-average, the most questionable tool being his bat) with big league starter upside – he profiles very similarly to Adam Brett Walker as a hitter and athlete, but with a higher floor based on his added defensive value; has also shown promise on the mound over the years: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good sinker; good CB; shows CU; 6-4, 240 pounds

127. Jacksonville JR OF Adam Brett Walker: plus power upside; popular John Mayberry Jr. comps, especially in terms of frame makes a lot of sense; I’ll take the minority view and state that I think he has the chops to be an average RF as pro, but acknowledge that he could be very good defensively at 1B; average at best speed, but not for long as his body fills out; swing isn’t as long as you’d think and he’s a more refined ballplayer than often given credit; average hit tool; average at best arm; I think Walker gets an unfair reputation as a hulking all or nothing slugger who will have to hit 30+ homers to have any kind of long-term value; with a score of 45s/50s across the board, Walker’s game is relatively well-rounded – though, of course, it is still his power that will make him a potential big league regular or not; 6-5, 225 pounds

128. Texas Tech JR OF Barrett Barnes: plus raw power; good bat speed; above-average speed; by all accounts possesses above-average CF range, but I think his body will eventually send him to LF; good enough arm, though it is easily his weakest tool; good athlete; strong; 6-2, 220 pounds

129. Central Florida JR LHP Joe Rogers: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; good SL; 77-80 CB; good CU; three pitches and good enough control to start professionally, though it is unlikely he’d be at mid-90s peak fastballs when stretched out; 6-1, 200 pounds

130. Kentucky JR 2B Alex Yarbrough: one of the draft’s strongest hit tools; some pop to gaps, certainly enough to keep pitchers honest; above-average runner without big speed – it plays up due to smarts and instincts on the bases; defense is biggest question, but has been steady at second in 2012 – he’s reliably sure-handed with passable range; had somebody compare him to present-day (i.e. not the amateur version) of Neil Walker, citing Walker’s rookie season (2010) as Yarbrough’s upside; 6-1, 175 pounds

131. Pepperdine JR RHP Jon Moscot: 87-89 FB with good command and sink, 90-91 peak; FB up to 90-93 in summer 2011; sitting mostly 88-92 with 93-94 peak in 2012; really good yet inconsistent 78-82 SL that flashes plus; average 72-77 CB that might just be the SL with a little taken off; emerging 79-83 CU that he uses a lot; commands both his FB and CU really well, though he sometimes has trouble with his breaking stuff; plus control; easy to like Moscot, a legitimate three-pitch starter with a FB that really moves and still some projection left in his 6-4, 210 pound frame

132. Florida JR LHP Steven Rodriguez: 88-92 FB with plus movement, 93-94 peak – most often 90-93 in 2012, definitely seeing more velocity and sharper stuff in shorter bursts; potential plus 81-86 CU; above-average 82-85 SL that flashes plus; love his mid- to upper-80s cutter; 6-3, 235 pounds

133. Texas JR LHP Hoby Milner: 86-91 FB with great movement, 92-93 peak; used in a variety of ways as amateur: more often 86-89 FB as starter, low-90s as reliever; very good FB command, but not nearly as strong in this area with his offspeed stuff; once showed a potential plus mid-80s SL (freshman year?), but doesn’t use it now; instead relies heavily on mid-70s CB that has gotten a lot better since he first rolled it out as a sophomore; emerging 81-82 CU that is now solid; half-empty view might worry about his college workload/being jerked around between roles, but I think the value of his rubber arm; as thin a college pitcher as I can remember at 6-3, 165 pounds; some players give off the impression that they will be better pros than they showed in college – you watch Milner throw and you want him to be better than he is

134. Florida JR LHP Brian Johnson: really good athlete whom I actually prefer at first base; as a position player, he has a plus arm and plus power; the majority, however, understandably prefers him on mound; if actually forced to choose, I’d start him on the mound while keeping him informed (no pressure!) that a switch back to first base could be in the cards in case his four-pitch mix lets him down; 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good 73-78 CB that flashes plus; 80-83 CU needs polish, but has improved a great deal in 2011 and is now a good pitch; emerging 81-85 SL that comes and goes; clean mechanics; very polished, high degree of pitchability; 6-4, 225 pounds

135. St. Edward’s (TX) JR RHP Stephen Johnson: consistent 93-96 FB, 98 peak; has reportedly been as high as 101, but typically tops out upper-90s; 77-81 SL that has gotten harder (mid-80s) and better over the past year; hard 84-88 CU that is better when softer; great deception; closer upside; 6-4, 200 pounds

136. RHP Robert Whalen (Haines City HS, Florida): 88-91 FB, 92-93 peak; 72-78 CB needs lots of work (73-75); 74-75 CU needs lots of work, up to 79-81 and flashing average; interesting 85 SL that flashes plus, but is raw; also had SL 76-78; has shown plus CB and been up to 95; average at best command; good sink on FB; 6-2, 200 pounds

137. RHP Taylore Cherry (Butler HS, Ohio): 92 peak FB in early 2011; big jump in velocity expected but never quite realized; new summer 2011 peak of 94, sitting 91-93; good upper-70s CB, 78-81 that might as well be SL; emerging mid-70s CU that he has upped to 83-85 and is now a plus pitch; exceptional control of huge frame; spring 2012 update: 86-87 two-seam FB, 88-91 four-seam FB; good breaking ball; 78-79 CB; 78 SL; 84-86 CU 6-9, 260 pounds; at his best can throw 91-94 FB with plus sink as well as a 77-79 CB with above-average upside and a low-80s CU with at least average upside, but hasn’t been at his best for a long time

138. RHP Edwin Diaz (Naguabo HS, Puerto Rico): 89-91 FB, 92-94 peak; rumors of a 95 peak confirmed; 79-81 SL; 79-83 CU; update: 92-95 FB, 97 peak; 77-80 CB also called slurve, so who knows; 83-84 CU that he doesn’t show often; 6-3, 165 pounds

139. RHP Mitchell Traver (Houston Christian HS, Texas): 88-92 FB; 82-84 CU is very raw but has good sink; good 81-83 SL (confirmed) also called a near-plus 78-80 CB – either way, pitch was dominant breaking ball; command needs work; late summer 94-95 peak FB, sitting 92-94 with ease; also have him 89-92 on lesser days; confirmed above-average 75-79 CB; good FB command now after tweaking mechanics; 91-93 in spring look; 6-7, 240 pounds

140. Virginia JR SS Chris Taylor: plus arm strength; very athletic; steady defender capable of making majority of plays on balls hit at or near him while also pulling off the occasional highlight reel stop and throw; profiles best as leadoff hitter (if he has enough pop to maintain on-base skills) or seventh/eighth hitter in a better lineup; I think his speed has been exaggerated by some outlets, but it is still comfortably above-average; has some power to gaps, but likely never a double-digit HR power guy in big leagues; relatively high floor (utility guy) prospect with the enticing ceiling of everyday shortstop – I tend to err on the side of caution with respect to his upside, but still think he has such a well-rounded skill set that the odds of him reaching the highest levels of pro ball are all but assured; 6-0, 175 pounds

141. Miami JR SS Stephen Perez: plus arm strength, accuracy comes and goes; plus defensive tools, but inconsistent present ability – even his range varies from outing to outing, but the flashes are enough to make you think he can defend in the big leagues; good runner; fringe-average power upside, but currently below-average; have heard Cincinnati, the team that drafted him out of high school, is in on him again this year; 5-11, 185 pounds

142. RHP Ryan McNeil (Nipomo HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; FB has legit plus sink; 75-80 CB has firmed up and now works closer to a good 78-84 SL that flashes plus; 77-81 CU; steady performer throughout summer and early spring; late 2012 spring update: velocity down across the board; 88-89 FB; less impressive 73-74 hybrid breaking ball; 6-3, 210 pounds

143. RHP Jamie Callahan (Dillon HS, South Carolina): 88-91 FB, 92-93 peak; good 71-74 CB; SL; good 79-84 CU that comes out of his hand like the FB, good sinking action; spring 2012 update: improved on 77-81 CB by adding velocity; 6-3, 200 pounds

144. RHP Michael Rucker (Auburn Riverside HS, Washington): 89-91 FB, 92 peak; good 79-81 SL; good 80 CU; outstanding command; 6-0, 180 pounds

145. RHP Hayden Hurst (Bolles School, Florida): 88-91 FB, 93-94 peak; rumors of 96 peak when healthy; good 72-75 CB; 77-78 SL; 6-5, 235 pounds; Tommy John survivor; 6-5, 235 pounds

146. Samford JR LHP Lex Rutledge: 92-95 FB, 97 peak out of bullpen; plus 78-82 CB; below-average control; 6-1, 185 pounds

147. Orange Coast CC (CA) rFR RHP Brandon Brennan: 88-93 FB, 95 peak; average 83-84 SL; average CU with more upside than that for me; transfer from Oregon; 6-4, 225 pounds

148. SS AJ Simcox (Faragut HS, Tennessee): excellent range, especially to his left; strong arm; gap power; needs to add bulk and has the frame to do it; advanced hit tool; reminds me of a last year’s top prep from Tennessee Nick Delmonico a bit; average speed, maybe a tad more; he can definitely stay at shortstop, so if you buy the bat, and I do, he’s a keeper; 6-3, 170 pounds

149. SS Dansby Swanson (Marietta HS, Georgia): good athlete; plus speed; strong hit tool; good defensive tools; 6-1, 170 pounds

150. Connecticut JR 2B LJ Mazzilli: above-average speed; good athlete; chance to be really good defender, but isn’t quite there yet – still think he’s better than many of the national outlets are reporting, but I get that there’s plenty of wiggle room in player evaluation; no discernible platoon split; 6-1, 190 pounds; I’ve long championed Mazzilli as a potential big league starting second baseman, so I might as well ride it out: Really impressed by 2B LJ Mazzilli‘s swing and approach at the plate. He has a little toe-tap timing mechanism that reminds me a little bit of Mark Reynolds’ swing, only without the swing-and-miss length. Good speed, good athleticism, and good hands should keep him up the middle, and a little physical maturation at the plate could help turn him into one of those super annoying scrappy middle infielders we all know and love (or hate, depending on the player).

151. Virginia JR RHP Branden Kline: 88-91 FB, 93 peak; FB up as sophomore, hitting mid-90s (92-94) consistently; average or slightly better 80-84 CU with plus upside; good low-80s SL, 82-83 and flashing plus this summer; good athlete; 2012 update: 92-94 FB consistently, 95 peak; 89-92 as starter; 94-95 peak; 82-85 SL flashes above-average with good arm action; 73-78 CB needs work, shows average; FB reliant; big concern as starter is velocity loss: often mid-80s in mid-innings; 6-3, 200 pounds

152. Georgia Tech JR RHP Buck Farmer: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; more often 88-90, peaking 92-93 in 2012; has relied more on 86-87 two-seamer to compensate for velocity dip; potential plus 78-81 SL, but not there yet; much improved sinking 78-83 CU that is now an above-average big league pitch; inconsistent 74-78 CB; iffy command – rumors of it being much improved in spring, throwing all four pitches for strikes; his two breaking balls run into each other for me, not so much in the past but certainly this year; 6-4, 225 pounds

153. 2B Chase Nyman (Pascagoula HS, Mississippi): lets ball get in very deep before swinging; very mature approach to hitting; born to hit; plus hit tool; no other tool stands out, but he can hit; room for added strength; 6-0, 185 pounds

154. C Brian De La Rosa (Olympic Heights HS, Florida): advanced defender; very accurate arm; plus arm; good athlete; mobile behind the plate; good raw power; 5-10, 190 pounds

155. RHP Zachary Bird (Murrah HS, Mississippi): 91 peak; good but inconsistent 71-74 CB; 78 SL; 6-4, 190 pounds; rumors of 94-95 peak this spring

156. RHP Freddy Avis (Menlo HS, California): 90-93 FB, 94 peak; inconsistent 70-74 CB that is excellent when on, can get up to 75-77; good 82-84 CU; 6-2, 180 pounds

157. Oklahoma JR RHP Damien Magnifico: 93-96 FB, 97-100 peak; rumors of 102-103 peak out there, believe them or not; Magnifico’s peak is less important than his high velocity floor: he’s rarely below 95 out of bullpen, most often 95-99; emerging 78 SL; returned from stress fracture in elbow last spring and his slider was deemphasized due to injury; has worked on developing cutter; surprised by sudden progress of 78 CU; I’m in the minority, but the chance for three pitches combined with the way he held his velocity as a starter has me more than a little intrigued at the thought of stretching him out in pro ball; 6-2, 200 pounds

158. Florida JR RHP Austin Maddox: 90-94 FB, 95-96 peak; will dip to upper-80s to throw a two-seam with plus sink; 83-85 SL was much, much improved in 2012; still shows 78-81 CU that has improved some, but not quite enough to be usable third pitch just yet; still think I’d be that one annoying voice in the room insisting that Maddox be tried behind the plate once again, though I realize doing so is essentially a lost cause; 6-4, 225 pounds

159. 3B Jackson Campana (Providence HS, North Carolina): plus arm; huge raw power; 87-89 FB; above-average defensive tools at third; 6-6, 200 pounds

160. 3B Corey Oswalt (James Madison HS, California): power is his best tool; nice swing setup; quick bat; great athlete; plus arm; tools to be at least average defensively; 88-90 FB, 91-92 peak; good 77-80 CB; 6-4, 215 pounds; R/R

161. OF Tyrone Taylor (Torrance HS, California): great athlete; above-average speed, really quick accelerator; interesting hit tool; big defensive tools; not a ton of power upside, but has some sneaky pop; leadoff future; gap power at his best; 6-2, 180 pounds

162. OF Vincent Jackson (Luella HS, Georgia): big personal favorite as hitter; can hit velocity; average speed; strong arm; 6-4, 200 pounds

163. OF Justin Black (West HS, Montana): good defender in corner, can play CF due to great first step quickness and positioning; plus speed; slash and dash at this point, but power could come as he fills out; 6-1, 185 pounds

164. St. John’s JR OF Jeremy Baltz: above-average raw power that is already playing to all fields – willing to go where the pitch is thrown; strong hit tool; plus bat speed; slow; average at best  arm; not very good in LF, so he has a ton riding on his bat; 6-3, 205 pounds

165. Rice rSR RHP Matthew Reckling: 86-91 FB as starter, hitting 92-93; up to 89-94 as reliever, getting into the mid-90s on occasion; good 76-81 kCB that he leans on very heavily; underutilized yet very interesting 80-82 CU with upside; I’ve never been big on commenting on pitching mechanics, but there is something in his delivery that makes me think the bullpen is his eventual destination; also think the delivery is a big part of what has led him to a history of command issues and below-average control; has relied on two-seamers more often in 2012, though he can still get his four-seam up to 94-95 out of the bullpen; more movement on kCB that now sits more commonly between 78-84, flashing plus more often; could be groomed as sinker/spike curve reliever if his changeup and delivery aren’t up to pro levels in a hurry; 6-4, 215 pounds

166. 3B Dylan LaVelle (Lake Stevens HS, Washington): quick bat; good power; slow; tools to play a good third base; strong hit tool; power upside; 6-2, 200 pounds

167. Oklahoma JR LHP Steven Okert: 88-91 FB, 92-94 peak; up to 94-97 out of bullpen; good SL; CU is better than often given credit; command comes and goes; reminds me a little bit of Chris Reed before Reed became last year’s “it” first round pick – could be a dominant reliever if everything breaks right, but also has the chance to continue starting at next level; 6-3, 220 pounds

168. 3B Xavier Turner (Sandusky HS, Ohio): great base stealer; good arm; above-average speed; gap power; good defensive tools; quick bat; like him a lot; swings like a hitter, not a slugger but can still hit it out; 6-1, 205 pounds

169. Northwestern State JR LHP Mason Melotakis: had him 91-95 FB, 97 peak coming into year; currently sits 94-98 much more consistently, rarely dipping below 93 in short stints; 85-87 SL that flashes plus, but is far too inconsistent; shows CU; I think he can work as a starter because of his improved breaking ball and ability to hold his velocity (92-95) as a starter, but the lack of a reliable third pitch and mechanics that scare scouts likely keep him in the bullpen professionally; 6-3, 200 pounds

170. Radford JR RHP Eddie Butler: 91-93 FB with loads of sink, hard to square up on, 94-97 peak; throwing harder in 2012 (93-95 more consistently, still peaking 96-97); very projectable frame; improved CU in 2012 has helped, but doesn’t use it often; FB is a legit plus pitch, lots of movement; personally prefer the 78-84 SL over the 71-75 CB, but neither pitch is of pro quality just yet; iffy command; very impressed that his FB has remained a plus pitch even during longer outings – in one start, he didn’t throw a fastball under 92; FB is his current meal ticket, but the development of a second pitch (SL most likely) will be necessary professionally; if you’re getting greedy, there is some hope here that a third pitch (CU) could help him start; 6-2, 165 pounds

171. 3B JT Phillips (Columbus HS, Georgia): no problems with velocity; quick bat; plus arm that would play at either third or catcher; good athlete; like him as a defender at third, good reactions; interesting power; TJ survivor; 91-93 FB, 94 peak; 73-74 CB; 6-3, 200 pounds

172. C Blake Baxendale (Rogers Heritage HS, Arkansas): improved defender with improved conditioning, always had above-average defensive tools; big present power; uses whole field as hitter; 6-3, 210 pounds

173. Xavier JR RHP Seth Willoughby: 92-95 FB; plus 87-90 cutter/SL; fresh arm; has the two plus pitches needed to move very quickly as a reliever; to put into perspective how far he’s come this year, there were many people around baseball who thought he’d profile best as a second baseman (2011: .320/.436/.459 – 29 BB/29 K – 181 AB) heading into the year; 6-1, 185 pounds

174. St. John’s JR RHP Matt Carasiti: heavy 88-91 FB, 92-94 peak; now more regularly sitting 91-93, 95-96 peak; really good 75-79 SL; good low-80s split-CU that flashes plus; much improved command, especially of offspeed stuff; at his best when FB sinks naturally, i.e. not overthrowing the ball; control a question going forward, but has the raw stuff to start in pro ball – I didn’t think much of him coming into year, but am now a believer after seeing how much progress he made from his sophomore season ; 6-3, 210 pounds

175. RHP Dalton Brown (Ponder HS, Texas): 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good 78-83 SL with plus upside – some consider it more of a hybrid breaking ball; CB; 82 CU; 6-3, 230 pounds

176. Howard JC (TX) SO LHP Logan Ehlers: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; has shown makings of two plus breaking balls at various points in his development – a plus CB back in the day and a current low-80s SL that flashes plus today; raw CU; Nebraska transfer; 6-2, 215 pounds

177. RHP Cal Becker (Redwood HS, California): 90-93 FB, 95 peak; good 81-84 SL; 75 CB; 83 CU; 6-1, 200 pounds

178. C Korey Dunbar (Nitro HS, West Virginia): good defensive tools; big raw power to all fields; plus arm; good athleticism; 6-1, 215 pounds

179. OF Theo Alexander (Lake Washington HS, Washington): quick bat; no problem with high velocity; strong; LF in pros; average speed; 6-2, 200 pounds

180. OF Steven Golden (St. Francis HS, California): good arm; very good speed; good instincts in OF combined with his speed give him plus range; line drive swing with very few moving parts – I like his hit tool more than most, though power upside is questionable; 6-3, 180 pounds; R/R

181. Liberty JR RHP Blake Forslund: 92-95 FB, 97-98 peak; good 89-91 cutter; splitter; threw everything hard prior to 2012, but improved CB gives him his first legitimate breaking ball; Virginia transfer; below-average control; 6-4, 215 pounds

182. RHP Jackson McClelland (Redlands East Valley HS): 85-89 FB, up to 89-93 and peaking at 94; 72-75 CB; 70 SL; 78-80 CU; typically 88-92, 94 peak; 6-5, 245

183. RHP Damien Carroll (King George HS, Virginia): 90-93 FB, 95-96 peak; raw, but loads of projection; raw SL/CB; rawer CU; inconsistent velocity from outing to outing; 6-3, 200 pounds

184. LHP Chase Mullins (Bourbon County HS, Kentucky): 86-89 FB, 90-91 peak; good mid-70s CB (76); really knows how to pitch; 78-80 CU; 75-78 SL; 6-9, 250 pounds; 94 peak this spring, sitting velocity up some (89-91); 76-78 SL; 80 CU; FB reliant

185. LHP Max Foody (IMG Baseball Academy, Florida): plus arm strength; 87-92 FB; good 74-80 CB; 79-82 CU; 6-4, 225 pounds

186. RHP Eric Hanhold (East Lake HS, Florida): 88-90 FB, 92-93 peak; up to 90-93 now, 95 peak; 73-78 CB; 80-81 CU; 6-5, 180 pounds

187. LHP Matt Crownover (Ringgold HS, Georgia): 87-90 FB, 91 peak; really good 71-76 straight CU that is near plus; 72-75 CB that is very raw, but flashes above-average; 83 SL; sitting 90-93 (94-95 peak) by late summer, but hasn’t maintained gains in spring; scouts rave about his pitchability; can cut the FB; commands everything well; plus pickoff move; March 2012 TJ surgery; 6-0, 200 pounds

188. RHP Jeremy Kivel (Spring HS, Texas): 90-93 FB, 94-95 peak; very good CB with plus upside; CU; torn ACL puts his future in doubt; 6-2, 200 pounds

189. OF Giovanni Brusa (St. Mary’s HS, California): above-average arm; above-average speed; great athlete; big power upside; raw hit tool; could be league average defender in RF; 6-3, 200 pounds

190. LSU rJR OF Raph Rhymes: I think Rhymes gets downplayed as a prospect by national draft experts because they are guarding against casual fans overrating one of college baseball’s relatively well-known players; there’s really no denying that he is a wonderful natural hitter, though it is probably fair to say that his hit tool is his only above-average tool; I think he’ll be passable in left field with enough pop and plate discipline to potentially make it as a big league starter; he does run the risk of being an “all or nothing” prospect – if he can’t make it as a big league starter, then his ceiling drops down to pinch hitter only as he doesn’t fit defensively as a backup outfielder; 6-0, 180 pounds

191. Georgia Tech JR OF Brandon Thomas: above-average to plus speed; power upside largely untapped; really great athlete – if there’s one thing about his game that stands out, it is his athleticism; average hit tool with average power upside; good CF range; good enough arm, but far from special – not strong, but accurate; perfect world ceiling that a scout threw out: Andre Ethier; I think of him as a slightly lesser version of Barrett Barnes; 6-3, 205 pounds

192. UCLA JR OF Jeff Gelalich: above-average runner; good range in corner; good athlete; solid all-around defender; above-average hit tool; has added strength; average to just above-average arm; can play CF, but best in corner – likely best in LF, but good enough to cover all over; seen by many as a potentially excellent reserve outfielder, but I think he’s got a strong enough all-around game to start down the line; 6-1, 200 pounds

193. Florida State JR 1B Jayce Boyd: long believed to have plus power upside in bat, but still developing; plus to plus-plus fielder; uncanny how gifted a natural hitter he is; well-earned reputation as more of a hitter than slugger, a distinction that could scare some teams off when projecting a first base bat; similar prospect in some ways to Christian Walker, but better physical projection, defense, athleticism, and power ceiling give him edge; 6-3, 200 pounds

194. C Austin Barr (Camas HS, Washington): plus raw power; quick bat; good athlete; Stanford commit; 6-3, 215 pounds

195. C Steve Bean (Rockwall HS, Texas): best known for his plus arm and outstanding defensive tools, though he is still growing into the position defensively; good athlete; decent runner for a catcher, but not exactly fleet of foot in the grand scheme of things; interesting power upside that some scouts insist on and others don’t buy into; not just strong, but baseball strong – he’s built well, and he knows how to use it to his advantage on the diamond; prep catchers always carry risk, but Bean’s defensive upside negates some of it – I’m not as sold on the bat as others; 6-2, 190 pounds

196. RHP Jake Sborz (McLean HS, Virginia): 86-91 FB, 92-93 peak; 75-83 CB; 77-82 CU; 79 SL; good command; two breaking balls could be one hybrid

197. RHP Kevin Elder (Burlington Central HS, Illinois): 86-91 FB; good 76-81 CB; 79-82 SL; also have plus 72 SL

198. RHP James Marvel (Campolinda HS, California): 88-90 FB with good movement and command, 91 peak; good 76-78 CB that is inconsistent; Duke commitment; velocity has gone up to 90-94 range; 6-3, 185 pounds

199. RHP Justin Alleman (Holt HS, Michigan): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 75 CB; also have CB at 82-84; above-average upside with CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

200. VCU JR RHP Blake Hauser: 90-94 FB, 97 peak; holds velocity late; emerging 81-84 CU that has gotten better, but is badly underutilized; once threw a near-plus 72-75 CB, but has moved away from it in favor of a mid-80s (83-86) SL that he is simply too reliant on, even though it is a really fine pitch; broken record alert: I think he has the stuff to be tried as a starter, but I can understand a pro team wanting to fast track him in the bullpen as a two-pitch reliever who should move quickly through a system; 6-2, 180 pounds

201. Florida International rJR LHP Mason McVay: 87-91 FB post-injury as starter; solid potential with CB, plus upside; mechanics need cleaning up; control is an issue; peaked at 95-96 out of bullpen in fall 2011, so, if healthy, he can throw some smoke; Tommy John survivor; good coaching and good health will go a long way in determining his pro future, but his two potential plus pitches and size give him more upside than your typical double-digit round pick; 6-8, 240 pounds

202. 1B Ron Miller (Serra HS, California): great bat speed; above-average arm; plus raw righthanded pull-side power; pitch recognition to be watched; strong; 5-11, 215 pounds

203. 1B Khristian Brito (Quinones Medina HS, Puerto Rico): plus-plus raw power, but little else beyond that; does have a strong arm and better than you’d expect athleticism for his size; comparable to Keon Barnum, but has the edge in one key factor: age; 6-4, 230 pounds

204. 1B Keon Barnum (King HS, Florida): plus arm; plus power upside; Ryan Howard comp; solid defender; super strong; surprisingly athletic; compact swing; Jon Singleton comp; 6-4, 225 pounds; L/L

205. 3B Cody Gunter (Flower Mound HS, Texas): plus arm strength; interesting upside with bat; good defensive tools; 6-3, 200 pounds

206. Central Arizona JC FR 3B Fernando Perez: above-average arm strength; good athlete; quick bat; nice swing; average or slightly better defensive tools; average at best speed; could also play 2B, but may grow too much to make this a realistic possibility; 6-2, 200 pounds

207. CC Western Nevada SO RHP Dylan Baker: 91-94 FB, 95-97 peak; good 78-83 CB; better 81-86 SL; shows CU;  6-3, 215 pounds

208. Arizona State JR 2B Joey DeMichele: decent speed; for the longest time he was a man without a position, but settled in as the kind of second baseman who makes plays on balls hit him and not much more; his plus hit tool is one of the best in his class; above-average power with the chance to hit 15+ homers professionally; 5-11, 185 pounds

209. Stanford JR 2B Kenny Diekroeger: plus-plus athlete, one of the best of the college class; very quick bat; gap power; advanced approach that has come unglued since freshman season; average or better speed; average defensive tools – hands work, average arm for 3B; can play a solid 3B and a passable SS, but best fit 2B long-term; average or better power projection; has added needed strength this past spring; undeniable that swing needs fixing; any selection of Diekroeger will be done by a team who believes they can undo some of the damage done by the Stanford coaching staff, though recent rumblings place equal blame on the player’s unwillingness to put ego aside and adjust his own game; 6-2, 200 pounds

210. OF Jamie Jarmon (Indian River HS, Delaware): average power upside; above-average RF arm; 55 speed; takes some weird routes in outfield, but could stick in CF with more reps; good athlete; 6-3, 205 pounds

211. LHP Jake Drossner (Council Rock North HS, Pennsylvania): 86-88 FB, 90-92 peak; good 73-75 CB; 77 SL/cutter; 80 CU; good command; good athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds

212. LHP Austin Fairchild (St. Thomas HS, Texas): 88-91 FB, 93-94 peak; good FB command; FB moves; good 74-78 CB;  6-0, 175 pounds

213. RHP Tony Blanford (Boulder Creek HS, Arizona): 88-91 FB, 92-93 peak; good 72-78 CB that flashes plus; good 77-81 CU; good athlete; velocity down this spring; 6-3, 180 pounds

214. Merced (CA) JC FR RHP Derick Velazquez: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; FB is a plus pitch even when velocity isn’t there, lots of movement; groundball machine; good CB flashes plus; intriguing circle CU; fresh arm; young for his class; good deception; 6-3, 185 pounds

215. C Scott Williams (Conestoga HS, Pennsylvania): interesting power upside; needs to get stronger; much improved over course of summer; well-rounded skills

216. Southeast Missouri State rSR 3B Trenton Moses: stronger hit tool than given credit for – he’s more than just an over-aged college slugger, though his experience and physical maturation advantages over current college competition should not be dismissed; patient approach, understands pitchers; well above-average raw power; much debate about defensive future, but think he is just athletic enough with just enough arm and just steady enough hands and actions to stick for a few years; if I thought he could hold his own as a corner outfielder, I’d feel a lot better about his future as a potential four-corners (1B/3B/LF/RF) utility guy; as it is, you could do a lot worse with a mid-round pick than to take an advanced college bat like this; 6-3, 230 pounds

217. St. Mary’s JR 3B Patrick Wisdom: solid speed; good defender; plus arm; very strong; plus power upside, big scouting community divide on hit tool; some speculation he could be tried behind plate, but I think his upside as a league average offensive and defensive third baseman shouldn’t be messed with; 6-2, 215 pounds

218. 1B Matt Olson (Parkview HS, Georgia): good power; no problems with big velocity; average arm; average defender; good swing; quick bat; body looks better; swing looks good; 89 FB; 6-4, 225 pounds

219. Walters State (TN) CC SO OF Marcus Davis: from elite high school recruit to a stretch of injuries and ineffectiveness to finally putting up outstanding numbers in 2012; great approach to hitting, very smart ballplayer; below-average arm; plus runner; change in swing mechanics have helped unlock power; not a great defender, so likely limited to LF or even 1B as a professional; comparable to Adam Brett Walker in a lot of ways; 6-2, 215 pounds

220. College of Charleston SR RHP David Peterson: 88-92 FB with good sink as starter, but up to 94-96 as reliever; low-80s CB and CU both need work; plus command across board; hard 90-92 cutter has become out pitch; he’s a reliever all the way, but a darn good one; 6-4, 215 pounds

221. RHP Kyle Funkhouser (Oak Forest HS, Illinois): 87-90 FB, 92 peak; good 75-79 CB; nice 80-83 CU; nice two-seamer; 6-2, 200 pounds

222. RHP Quinn Carpenter (Goshen HS, New York): 87-90 FB, 92 peak; 79-81 SL; excellent command; 6-5, 200 pounds

223. RHP Teddy Stankiewicz (Southwest Christian HS, Texas): 88-92 FB, rare 93-94 peak; 73-76 CB has evolved into great 78-84 SL over time; 80 CU; 6-4, 200 pounds

224. RHP Daniel Starwalt (Granite Hills HS, California): 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; good 73-75 CB that has been up to 80 when healthy; straight CU; health concerns could push him to honoring his Stanford commitment; 6-3, 200 pounds

225. SS William DuPont (Lafayette HS, Missouri): plus-plus speed; swing needs some work; quick bat; plus defensive tools at 2B; plus range; can hang at SS; good pop; 6-1, 180 pounds

226. SS Cory Raley (Uvalde HS, Texas): plus speed; good athlete; 6-2, 185 pounds

227. 2B Leon Byrd (Cypress Ranch HS, Texas): good speed; more quick than fast, but very quick; good defender at both second base and center field; great approach; leadoff profile; reminds me some of Shon Carson last year; 5-8

228. 2B Max Schrock (Cardinal Gibbons HS, North Carolina): line drive approach; really solid defensively; strong South Carolina commitment; nice pop for middle infielder; won’t wow with speed or arm  average at best speed, average at best arm; hate to resort to the cliché, but he’s a ballplayer – no crazy tools, not a premium athlete, not always aesthetically pleasing watching him play, but will do the things that help you win games…and, yeah, he can hit, too; 5-9, 180 pounds

229. Howard JC (TX) SO OF Dexter Kjerstad: plus speed; good raw power; transfer from Texas; lots of untapped talent – has begun to flash tools more consistently to the point where he’s a certifiable draft sleeper; 6-1, 210 pounds

230. C Charles Moorman (El Capitan HS, California): advanced defender; good arm, very accurate; good approach at plate

231. 1B Chris Shaw (Lexington HS, Massachusetts): easy raw power; strong arm; good athlete; decent runner; 6-4, 225 pounds

232. Kentucky JR C Luke Maile: good bat speed; big raw power; good arm; raw defensively; good athlete with room to grow into his body a little more; strong track record hitting against high velocity arms in SEC and summer league; lack of experience as backstop is worrisome, but has the tools to be a competent defender going forward; not quite enough bat to play first (at least as a starter), nor is he athletic enough to play anywhere but C/1B, so his future hinges on his ability to defend – I tend to think most questions of position switches at the amateur level tend to be answered in an unfavorable way sooner rather than later, but for some reason I’m less likely to move a prospect off catcher than any other position; long story short: Maile is a good enough defender with the chance to hit like an everyday player behind the plate; 6-3, 210 pounds

233. 2B Jackson Willeford (Ramona HS, California): really mature approach to hitting; strong hit tool;

234. South Carolina JR 1B Christian Walker: power potential though still mostly to gaps, but driving it the alleys consistently enough that the overall power package might play despite the lack of home run pop; still a somewhat shaky defender, but has improved over years; like Jayce Boyd, Walker is a gifted natural hitter with a potential plus hit tool; can be too passive, but I appreciate patience, especially when it comes from a smart place (i.e. as the main power source in the Gamecocks lineup Walker knows he is being pitched around, so he’s not taking the bait and rolling over on soft junk away); far from a slam dunk future starting big league first baseman, but could be good value as a potential stopgap/platoon prospect later in the draft than his production warrants; 6-1, 220 pounds

235. Florida SR 1B Preston Tucker: plus power; good approach; stronger than you’d think hit tool; dead-pull hitter when it comes to hitting the ball out, but has shown increased ability to go the other way to the gaps and for singles; surprisingly competent corner outfielder, though likely will only see time in a spot other than first base in case of emergency in pro ball; his doubters raise fair points against him (bad body, limited projection, 1.5 tool player) but all he’s done now for years is hit – the bar for starting big league first basemen is sky high and, even though I’m a big fan, I don’t think Tucker quite meets the standard, but he’s earned the chance to get selected in the top ten rounds and sink or swim in pro ball; as a high profile slugger on one of college baseball’s most talented, and thus most heavily scouted, teams, Tucker has been talked about way too much to be called a sleeper, but he’s still worth mentioning as a potentially undervalued pick heading into the draft; 6-0, 220 pounds

236. Baylor JR 1B Max Muncy: line drive machine; solid power upside that has been upgraded as he’s added strength (15 pounds); average speed; good defender; great approach; athletic enough that he might work at 2B or OF, though now that he’s bulked up some a potential position switch might not be necessary/possible; Muncy won’t ever hit 30+ professional homers in a season, but could put together an overall package of skills (defense, speed, plate discipline) that make him a potential big league starter in time; 6-0, 205 pounds

237. 1B Austin Dean (Klein Collins HS, Texas): very interesting hit tool; good power; good enough athlete that 2B may be a realistic pro possibility; below-average arm strength; average speed; 6-1, 185 pounds

238. Washington State rJR 1B Taylor Ard: plus raw power; decent enough athlete who is underrated in this area by many; advanced approach; similar in some ways to Preston Tucker in that both players have been on the map for years and discounted as viable prospects for just as long, but just keep getting on base and hitting for power; 6-2, 225 pounds

239. 1B Dylan Cozens (Chaparral HS, Arizona): raw; big power upside; decent speed and good athleticism for big man; average arm; 6-6, 235 pounds; reminds me of Wallace Gonzalez from last year’s draft

240. Florida State JR 2B Devon Travis: plus athlete; excellent defensive tools, inconsistent performance – still has a strong arm and above-average range; plus speed; leadoff approach; rave reviews this past fall, but hasn’t translated to the knockout junior season that many expected; 5-9, 180 pounds

241. 2B Avery Romero (Pedro Menendez HS, Florida): line drive swing; has the arm and quick release to potentially move behind plate; flashes impressive power; catcher’s body, short and squat; strong arm; strong hit tool; average speed, but came out closer to below-average in my looks

242. RHP Jon Sandford (Winter Springs HS, Florida): 88-91 FB, 92-94 peak; good CU; 79-81 SL, also called CB; 6-5, 220 pounds

243. Ohio JR RHP Seth Streich: came to school sitting 87-90 with FB, 91-92 peak; has now upped velocity to comfortable 90-93 range, peaking 95-96; once flashed a plus CB, but breaking ball has morphed into harder, mid-80s SL; also uses CU; similar to Seth Willoughby in that both are two-way college players from the state of Ohio with relatively little experience on the mound but the chance to move quick as professional relievers; 6-4, 205 pounds

244. RHP Ray Castillo (Russell County HS, Alabama): 86-90 FB, 91 peak; has been up to 95 this spring; good 74-79 CB; 81 CU

245. RHP Nolan Gannon (Santa Fe Christian HS, California): 88-92 FB; 70-77 CB that was inconsistent, but flashes plus when thrown harder; loses some velocity in-game, could be attributed to delivery hiccup; CU; 6-5, 200 pounds

246. RHP Kenny Koplove (William Penn Charter HS, Pennsylvania): sits mid- to upper-80s with FB, 94 peak; crazy sidearm CB that is awesome; Duke commitment; not the next Stroman, but not not the next Stroman if you catch my drift; 6-0, 160 pounds

247. LHP Brett Lilek (Marian Catholic HS, Illinois): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; plus command; good 73-76 CB; 77-80 SL; 79-83 CU; good athlete; 6-4, 185 pounds

248. RHP Kayden Porter (Spanish Fork HS, Utah): 88-92 FB, 94 peak with sink; good 79-81 CB that he’ll also slow down to 73; nasty hard 79-80 splitter; 6-5, 250 pounds; plus raw power from right side; mature approach; velocity down late in summer; R/R

249. LHP Dylan Silva (America Heritage-Delray HS, Florida): 84-89 FB, 90-91 peak; good upper-70s CB, also called 77-79 SL; solid CU; plus command; lots of deception in his delivery; everything he throws moves

250. Lee (TN) JR RHP Kris Hall: 90-93 FB, 94-96 peak; good 81-85 SL that flashes plus; new CU; has come a long way as a pitcher; 6-3, 215 pounds

251. RHP Connor Baits (Point Loma HS, California): 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good 79-81 SL; 79-81 CB; two breaking balls probably same pitch; 82-84 CU; high effort delivery; good command; 6-5, 220 pounds

252. Gateway (AZ) JC SO RHP Trey Lang: 90-93 FB, 95-96 peak; promising SL that flashes plus; average CU; new to pitching; good athlete; good command across board; 6-3, 230 pounds

253. 3B Eric Neitzel (Gulliver Prep, Florida): good power; above-average speed; good enough athlete; iffy arm; like his bat

254. SS Paxton De La Garza (Coronado HS, Texas): average speed; strong hit tool; good defensive tools; 6-0, 180 pounds

255. SS Brandon Lopez (American Heritage HS, Florida): no standout tools, but very well-rounded; good enough range; arm allows him to play deeper and cover more ground; more and more impressed with his defense with each look; low-90s peak FB; hit tool is a question; 6-2, 180 pounds

256. Oregon SO C Aaron Jones: has improved enough defensively that I have no doubt that he’ll stick; strong arm and more than athletic enough to play RF if he has to; interesting hit tool with above-average power upside; average speed; has intriguing track record with wood bats and a swing that should translate well to pro ball; some catchers are born, others made – Jones is one of the many 2012 prospects (Elander, Trahan, Sabol, Phillips) that fall in the latter category, but he has the tools to develop into a solid defender and an above-average hitter for the position; 6-1, 200 pounds

257. Vanderbilt JR OF Connor Harrell: one of few college prospects in class with real five-tool potential, but has never been able to put it all together as amateur; really good defender in corner; also capable of playing an average CF; strong arm; above-average raw power; plus speed; big question for me remains approach at plate – not too many players are talented enough to get away with his kind of BB/K numbers; 6-3, 215 pounds

258. Stanford JR OF Jacob Stewart: you don’t need a program to identify Stewart as his special athleticism is evident right off the bat; if it all clicks, he’s one of the draft’s few players who can claim a legitimate five-tool ceiling; unfortunately, even after three years at Stanford, he’s still very, very raw; above-average to plus speed; plus range in center; strong arm; poor pitch recognition is what kills him – he’ll have some of the most painful at bats you’ll ever see; easy bottom line: star upside due to athleticism and range/speed in CF, but if he doesn’t hit, he won’t reach the big leagues – he’s the kind of player that makes me happy that my job isn’t on the line with these rankings; 6-3, 205 pounds

259. Baylor JR OF Logan Vick: so many players are draft-eligible each year that some inevitably blend together, but Vick’s profile makes him stand out as one of a kind; could excel at almost any defensive position (2B, 3B, potentially C) if given time; outstanding approach; plus runner; strong arm; currently a good CF, his most likely pro spot, strong instincts; smart hitter – knows when to take and when to let fly; Vick is a hard player to typecast, but a smart team will find a spot for him if he develops as expected; 5-11, 200 pounds

260. 3B Preston Scott (Hanford HS, California): really quick bat; big power upside; promising defender

261. 3B Kevin Ross (Niles West HS, Illinois): intense swing with lots of moving parts, but getting better as he makes adjustments; high level of contact; plus arm; interesting power upside; good range; whole fields approach; 6-1, 215 pounds

262. RHP Cameron Tekker (Cuthbertson HS, North Carolina): 87-89 FB, 90 peak; up to 93 in spring; 76-79 CB; 79-80 CU; 6-3, 185 pounds

263. Palm Beach State (FL) CC SO RHP Brandon Welch: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; plus 84-87 SL; usable CB; 83-85 CU; good athlete; 6-1, 180 pounds

264. LHP Max Tishman (Lawrence Academy HS, Massachusetts): 86-89 FB, 91 peak FB; 86-88 two-seamer; good CU; 77-80 SL; CU;  6-2, 170 pounds

265. LHP Colin Rodgers (Parkview Baptist HS, Louisiana): 87-91 FB, 92-93 peak; good 75-79 CB; good 84-85 SL; 80-81 CU; 6-0, 180 pounds; another source had 78-80 SL as really good pitch; solid CU with plus upside

266. 3B Alex Raburn (Jordan HS, North Carolina): good speed; great athlete; good arm; good defensive tools; can also hold his own in CF

267. 3B Joe DeCarlo (Garnet Valley HS, Pennsylvania): plus bat speed; strong arm; physically strong, so present power shows up; plus defensive tools; Uggla comp; 86-89 FB; 81 CB; 80 SL; 6-1, 200 pounds

268. San Diego rJR RHP Calvin Drummond: 89-92 FB, only occasional 94 peak; 85-87 cutter; good 75-79 kCB; good 83-84 CU; when on, the 81-83 SL is a good pitch; 6-2, 200 pounds

269. Washington rJR RHP Aaron West: 89-93 FB, 94-95 peak; good mid-80s SL that is inconsistent; good CU; Tommy John survivor; stuff has never quite matched with results, but has way more upside than your typical mid-round (10+) college arm; 6-1, 200 pounds

270. Miami JR RHP EJ Encinosa: had him originally with a 87-91 FB with sink, 94 high school peak but hadn’t seen it in a while, instead peaking at 91-92; once committed to bullpen, velocity shot back up – now sits 94-95, and has hit 98 in 2012; no matter the velocity, the fastball remains an excellent pitch – very consistent plus-plus sink; plus low-80s SL; good, but inconsistent CU; reliever all the way (and likely not a closer), but a good one all the same; 6-4, 235 pounds

271. Rice JR RHP Tyler Duffey: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good 79-82 CU; good two-seamer with above-average sink; hard 78-83 CB; average mid-80s SL that flashes plus; 6-3, 210 pounds

272. 2B Travis Maezes (Pioneer HS, Michigan): above-average arm; good speed; could catch; really strong hit tool; cold weather version of Avery Romero; 6-0, 190 pounds

273. Evansville SS Eric Stamets: steady defender at SS, but could be even better at 2B if a team wants to go that route; well-rounded skill set highlighted by really good speed; great baseball instincts; easy player to like because he knows what he is – you won’t see many fly balls to the warning track or mile high pop-ups because Stamets understands his offensive game is about speed, speed, and more speed; 6-0, 185 pounds

274. Washington JR C Chase Anselment: above-average arm; good approach; above-average power; like so many others in this class, Anselment has seen extensive time at a position other than catcher – in his case, he’s played a lot of RF for the Huskies; the high rate of failure for prep catchers has me thinking that the smart way to do it is to sit back and poach the one-time high school stars who do their developing in college – Mike Zunino is Exhibit A, but Anselment, Andrew Susac, Jonathan Walsh, and Dane Phillips all qualify; notes from Anselment’s prep days: “not known for his defensive talent, but should be middle of the order impact bat if he enrolls at school as expected; could be better suited as a big armed RF; Washington commit with plenty of projection left in his game”; 6-0, 210 pounds

275. Orange Coast CC SO C Stefan Sabol: premium athlete; plus arm strength, but sloppy throwing motion hinders utilization; plus raw power that hasn’t quite manifested yet in-game; potential above-average to plus hit tool, swing works with plenty of bat speed; transfer from Oregon; recovering from hamate injury; also has experience at 3B and in OF; 6-1, 200 pounds

276. Louisville rJR RHP Justin Amlung: 88-91 FB, 93-94 peak; good sink on FB; good 78-82 SL; good 80-82 CU; also shows 75-78 CB; everything down in zone; smart pitcher; good deception; Brady Rodgers often gets the comp, but I see Amlung as this year’s version of a poor man’s Mike Leake; 6-0, 180 pounds

277. Wake Forest JR LHP Tim Cooney: 87-90 FB, 92-93 peak; FB more consistently in upper range of velocity in 2012 (89-92); had pitchability reputation coming into year, but FB command wasn’t sharp enough to really warrant the label – now it is; much improved 84-87 cutter is a really good pitch; good CU; good CB that comes and goes; good is the operative word with Cooney, a really well-rounded, smart pitcher who gets without a plus pitch by skillfully mixing four pitches for strikes out of deceptive arm slot; could be a back end starter in time; 6-3, 200 pounds

278. Louisville JR RHP Matt Koch: sits 90-92, 93-95 peak FB; promising 79-83 SL; 75 CB; 83 CU flashes plus; leans on FB/SL combo more as the SL has matured into above-average pitch; up to 94-95 FB much more consistently in 2012, new peak of 97 out of bullpen; good athlete; I was down on Koch coming into the year, but he’s really grown on me – I think he has the stuff to start in the pros; 6-3, 205 pounds

279. Georgia Tech JR RHP Luke Bard: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; was up to a more consistent 95-97 before his early season lat injury; good 80 SL gives him the second pitch needed to eventually pitch in a big league bullpen; 6-3, 200 pounds

280. LHP Tyler Pike (Winter Haven HS, Florida): 87-90 FB, 92-93 peak, but has dipped as low as 85 in some starts; 70-74 CB, up to 77-80 and more effective now; plus 77-83 CU that could stand to be more consistent game to game; good overall command with chance for more; plus deception; plus pitchability; occasional average 67-69 CB; not much development left, but as solid lefty who knows how to pitch could find a home as a back of the rotation starter in time; 6-1, 185 pounds

281. RHP Felipe Perez (Fairmont Prep HS, California): 88-91 FB that really moves, 92-93 peak; plus FB movement; good 74-78 CB; CU has plus upside; 79-80 SL; 6-3, 195 pounds

282. Washington SR OF Caleb Brown: extremely raw college senior who has improved a ton with the new coaching staff at Washington; legit speed, arm, and defense in CF; had scores of believers back when he was still a lump of clay, but many have forgotten about him over the years – he’s really talented and finally beginning to figure things out; 6-2, 225 pounds

283. LSU SR SS Austin Nola: above-average arm; very good defender – one of the few college shortstops expected to have little difficulty sticking at the position professionally; slightly above-average speed; gap power; it may be a stretch to peg Nola as a future starting big league shortstop, but he has the range, actions, and hands to play the position defensively at the next level with at least the prospect of having just enough bat to make it; jumped 17 rounds from high school to junior season (48th to 31st round) – in good position to make at least another 17 round jump in his senior season (31st to 14th round); 5-11, 185 pounds

284. South Florida SR LHP Andrew Barbosa: 87-91 FB, 93 peak; good 79-80 CU; flashes plus 75 CB; the most likely potential pro starting pitcher to come out of USF’s intriguing hard throwing 2012 draft class; 6-8, 235 pounds

285. South Carolina rJR RHP Matt Price: normally I start by writing about the fastball, but I really, really like his low-80s SL (82-84) so that gets top billing; also throws a softer CB; 89-92 FB, up to 94 out of bullpen; had strange, brief peak of mid- to upper-90s during brief stretch in 2011, but more of a low-90s guy; solid third pitch in 79-81 CU; experiment as starting pitcher went more or less as expected (i.e. not great), but Price has recaptured his magic in the bullpen; he’s more of an all-time great college pitcher than an exciting pro prospect, but he’s not just a college guy, either – there’s a big league bullpen out there that could surely use a competitor like Price; 6-2, 215 pounds

286. North Carolina JR RHP Michael Morin: at his best, he sits 88-92 FB, but can crank it up to 95 in the bullpen; velocity has dropped to upper-80s this spring – could be injury, could be fatigue, could be increased emphasis on establishing two-seamer; bread and butter has been and will always be plus to plus-plus CU, one of college baseball’s best singular pitches; average SL that has improved a great deal since high school; good athlete; despite the loss in velocity, I remain a believer in Morin’s solid middle relief (or better) upside; 6-4, 200 pounds

287. Clemson JR RHP Kevin Brady: for too long threw a too straight 90-92 FB that touched 94-96, but much improved late life in 2012; good FB command; above-average, but inconsistent 80-83 SL; once flashed plus CB, but ditched pitch for a long stretch before going back to it early in 2012; nondescript CU has gotten better, but is average at best pitch; debate over whether or not he fits best as starter or reliever professionally – health concerns and a lack of a developed third pitch seem to point towards the bullpen, though perhaps the switch comes later rather than sooner; 6-3, 220 pounds

288. RHP Brady Lail (Bingham HS, Utah): 86-90 FB, 92 peak; good athlete; good 74-77 kCB; very good command, especially on breaking ball; shows CU, but still a raw third pitch; 6-3, 180 pounds

289. Southeast Missouri State SR SS Kenton Parmley: plus arm; good defender; another player who has put up consistent strong collegiate numbers who deserves a shot in pro ball despite not being super toolsy; 6-1, 200 pounds

290. 3B Danny Rosenbaum (Chestnut Hill Academy HS, Pennsylvania): love his approach; strong arm; good defensive tools; 6-1, 200 pounds

291. 2B Austin Schotts (Centennial HS, Texas): plus-plus speed; good pop; average at best arm; 5-11, 180 pounds; similar player to Spencer Edwards

292. 2B Jesmuel Valentin Diaz (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy): average or slight above-average power; strong arm; no problems with high velocity; average speed; 5-10, 175 pounds

293. 2B Jalen Goree (Bibb County HS, Alabama): good defender; good athlete; gap power; average speed; average at best arm; Brandon Phillips comp; 5-9, 190 pounds

294. Southeastern Louisiana JR RHP Stefan Lopez: 89-94 FB, 95 peak; good FB command; relies heavily on FB; good 84 SL that he should use more of; might throw one CU per outing, if that; recovered from torn ACL in 2011; I’m on an island with this one, but I think pro coaching and continued progress as he heals from his knee injury could turn Lopez into a viable late-inning big league pitcher, potentially a closer; 6-2, 190 pounds

295. Morningside (IA) JR RHP Storm Throne: 90-93 FB, 95-97 peak; good command of above-average 72-74 CB; shows CU; keeps the ball down; good athlete; 6-7, 240 pounds

296. RHP Karl Keglovits (Nazareth HS, Pennsylvania): 87-89 FB with good sink; can get four-seamer up to 90-92; good FB command; 72-73 CB; 78-80 CU; 6-6, 230 pounds

297. LHP Jack Wynkoop (Cape Henry Collegiate, Virginia): 85-89 FB; 74-78 CB; good 77-80 SL; 80-81 CU; plus command of a four-pitch mix is nothing to overlook for a high school senior; 6-6, 190 pounds

298. LHP Jordan Minch (Highland HS, Indiana): 86-89 FB, 91 peak; good CU; emerging low-70s CB; good athlete; good command; 6-3, 180 pounds

299. RHP Curt Britt (Scotland HS, North Carolina): 89-91 FB, 92 peak; good mid-70s CB up to 75-77; solid low-80s CU; 6-2, 215 pounds, but looks shorter and heavier

300. Polk State (FL) JC SO RHP Alec Asher: 90-94 FB, 95-97 peak; improved SL; improved CB; in much better physical condition; holds velocity well; Tommy John survivor; 6-4, 225 pounds

301. RHP Trent Thornton (Ardrey Kell HS, North Carolina): 86-89 FB, 91 peak; 78-82 CU; 74-79 CB; strong outfield prospect as well: good power upside, good speed, and good range; 6-0, 155 pounds

302. RHP Matt Withrow (Midland Christian HS, Texas): 94 peak; SL flashes plus; 6-3, 210 pounds

303. RHP Tucker Simpson (Oxford HS, Alabama): 88-92 FB, 94 peak; velocity down in 2012; good sink on FB; good 71-76 CB; 73-78 CU; 78 SL; 6-7, 225 pounds

304. Wichita State rJR 1B Johnny Coy: very quick bat; plus athlete; good speed for his size; strong arm; plus raw power potential, but has yet to really tap into it, strong 2012 season notwithstanding; too aggressive at plate, swings at too many bad balls with way too many swings and misses; a long shot to ever fulfill his once lofty promise, but the fact that he once had such promise is also what makes him so damn enticing still; life is too complicated to ever say a player should or shouldn’t have signed a pro contract from the outside looking in, but one has to wonder what type of career Coy could have had if he devoted himself full-time to professional ball out of high school; 6-7, 225 pounds

305. Southern Illinois rJR 1B Chris Serritella: despite longish swing, still shows good bat speed capable of hitting big velocity; when everything is working, his swing is one of the prettiest in amateur ball; plus power potential; above-average defender; strong arm; slow even by first baseman standards; strong hit tool; heard a scout compare him developmentally to current Diamondbacks 1B Paul Goldschmidt during his college days; recovered from broken hamate injury with little to no apparent loss in power; like almost every other player on this list, the road to a starting first base job is paved with obstacles – you never want to rule out players with his kind of raw power, but the most likely positive outcome is a bench bat/platoon player; 6-3, 200 pounds

306. Florida State JR SS Justin Gonzalez: average speed, maybe a touch more; good range; fastball hitter only, but raw power is very intriguing; good athlete; good arm; question has and will continue to be about his hit tool – all of the other tools are fine, but his value hinges on how much contact he can make in pro ball; has more upside than many players above him, but also a higher risk of flaming out before AA; 6-2, 200 pounds

307. Georgia Southern SR 2B Eric Phillips: solid all-around skill set with no obvious weaknesses to his game; versatile defender who can step in and play a fine SS in a pinch, also has experience at 3B and could also be tried in OF; 6-2, 200 pounds

308. Pepperdine JR 2B Joe Sever: good speed; above-average pop; inconsistent defender, but has improved; has made a concerted effort to improve his approach (shorter to ball, more selective early in counts, better two-strike discipline) and the numbers bear it out; underrated prospect, but, like many on the list, will have to answer questions about defensive viability on the left side of the infield down the line

309. 1B Zach Ratcliff (Columbus Academy, Ohio): good athlete; solid speed; above-average power; 6-4, 225 pounds

310. Kentucky JR LHP Taylor Rogers: 87-92 FB; good 75-80 CB; better 77 CU; 83 SL; good command; similar prospect to Texas LHP Hoby Milner; good mix of projection, polish, and present stuff; 6-3, 170 pounds

311. LHP Cole Irvin (Servite HS, California): 85-86 FB, have now heard upper-80s; 87-89 FB; good 72-75 CB; good 78-81 CU; 6-4, 180 pounds

312. Orange Coast CC (CA) rFR LHP Bijan Rademacher: 90-94 FB; good SL; fresh arm; good athlete; really good arm; good bat speed; CF range; Cal State Fullerton transfer; 6-1, 185 pounds

313. RHP Zach Quintana (Arbor View HS, Nevada): 88-91 FB, 92-95 peak; good 77-80 SL that could use some tightening, also called good mid-70s CB; underdeveloped 78-82 CU; doesn’t really hide the ball that well; 6-0, 190 pounds

314. OF Christian Dicks (Providence HS, Florida): plus speed; great athlete; great range in CF; pesky hitter, lots of foul balls; average arm; raw; 6-0, 190 pounds

315. OF Matthew Goodson (Oxford HS, Alabama): good CF range; above-average speed; strong arm; 6-0, 210 pounds

316. OF Rock Rucker (Russell County HS, Alabama): raw as a hitter, but shows a quick bat; average speed; RF arm; 6-5, 225 pounds

317. RHP Jake Pintar (San Juan Hills HS, California): 85-90 FB, closer to 88-89; 69-71 CB needs work, a little firmer in recent looks at 71-74; good athlete; 6-7, 190 pounds

318. LHP Troy Conyers (El Capitan HS, California): 86-90 FB; every FB out of his hand moves; mid-70s CU; loads of deception in delivery, submarine style; might be a super-LOOGY in long run

319. Arizona State JR RHP Brady Rodgers: 88-91 FB, can dial it up to 92-93 when he really needs it; good FB command, but real claim to fame is plus control; solid 72-75 CB that should be his best pitch professionally; also throws a slightly above-average 80-84 SL; could say the same about his 78-82 CU; will also mix in a cutter; good athlete; can be described fairly easily in less than ten words: plus control of four more or less average pitches; from a stuff standpoint reminds me some of former Georgia Tech RHP Mark Pope; 6-2, 200 pounds

320. OF BJ Boyd (Palo Alto HS, California): plus (60) speed; average raw power, but still figuring out how to use it; above-average hit tool; good athlete; 5-11, 200 pounds; L/L

321. OF Jamal Martin (William T. Dwyer HS, Florida): knows how to hit; really quick hands; great athlete; above-average speed; gap power; 6-0, 180 pounds

322. C Taylor Hawkins (Carl Albert HS, Oklahoma): big present power; good athlete; average speed; could also be tried at 3B and OF; 6-0, 200 pounds

323. C Sam Ayala (LaJolla County Day School, California): good speed for catcher; good arm; above-average power upside; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds

324. C Blake Hickman (Simeon HS, Illinois): plus arm strength (94 off mound); plus power upside, but really raw hitter; defense needs tons of work; good athlete; solid speed; 6-4, 210 pounds

325. Kentucky JR OF Brian Adams: plus-plus runner; plus athlete, arguably the best in this entire class; plus raw power; average arm; has the elite-level tools of a blue chip prep prospect, but the lack of attention paid to his baseball career (he’s a former football guy) puts him way behind where he should be developmentally; so much is talked about the scouting side of prospecting baseball talent, but Adams success or failure as a pro will be determined by the player development staff of whatever team takes the chance on him; circumstances and, let’s be frank, luck play a huge part in the outcome of any player subject to the draft – if it’s the right team with the right staff that selects him then he could really take off, but if it isn’t a good fit then we’ll look back and wonder what might have been; 6-4, 220 pounds

326. SS Mikey White (Spain Park HS, Alabama): good strength; should be able to stick at shortstop based on defensive actions; really strong arm; swing works with offspeed as well; no plus tool, but solid across board; can play all over

327. SS Landon Lassiter (North Davidson HS, North Carolina): good defensive tools; good arm

328. SS Zach Green (Jesuit HS, California): good defensive instincts, first step is always right on; strong hit tool; average speed; average at best arm; seen as a future 3B, but not sure he arm for it – think he can stay at SS anyway; 6-3, 205 pounds

329. Texas A&M SR RHP Ross Stripling: at his best he has sat 89-94 FB with sink, but most recently has been clocked closer to 86-88, 91-92 peak; plus 74-78 CB that is one of the best of its kind in college ball; average 76-80 CU that he can throw for strikes, but doesn’t get many swings and misses on; CU has been up to 83 on occasion, but is more effective in upper-70s; plus FB command; good athlete; plus control; 6-3, 190 pounds

330. Marshall rJR RHP Joe Church: 91-94 FB, 96 peak; plus breaking ball; only threw 18.1 innings in three years before 2012 as he’s dealt with a string of arm issues, including recovery from Tommy John surgery; healthy now, he’s got the two big-time pitches needed to someday pitch in a big league bullpen; 6-2, 200 pounds

331. Purdue JR RHP Nick Wittgren: 89-92 FB, 93-94 peak; slightly above-average 75-80 CB; average 77-78 CU; has the command, athleticism, and stuff to make the transition from college closer to starting pitcher if his pro team wants to go that route; 6-3, 200 pounds

332. Texas State JR RHP Travis Ballew: 88-95 FB; good low-80s SL that flashes plus; improved CU; effective two-seamer; size and arm action may push teams to put him in relief, but he’s come far enough with his changeup that he deserves a chance to start in pros; 6-0, 160 pounds

333. Howard JC (TX) rSO RHP Reid Scoggins: mid-90s FB, 97-98 peak; rumors of 100 peak, but hasn’t done it often enough/in front of the right people to make it a reliable number; Tommy John survivor; shows CU and CB, but both currently raw; best current secondary is 84-87 SL; command came back after surgery and his game really took off; 6-3, 205 pounds

334. Arizona JR RHP Kurt Heyer: 86-90, 91-92 peak FB with good sink; has hit as high as 94 in past and might be able to crank it up there in relief, but otherwise not likely to see those lofty heights after some pretty intense college use; promising 77-80 SL with average upside; mid-70s CU with upside; shows CB; nice deception in funky delivery; for being typecasted as a pitchability college righthander, Heyer’s FB command has remained inconsistent; averaged an incredible 8+ innings per start in 2012; 6-2, 210 pounds

335. Cal State Fullerton JR RHP Dylan Floro: 86-90, 92-93 peak FB with great sink; sits most often 87-88 but with true plus life and good command; 76-82 SL with plus potential that he leans on heavily; very nice sinking 80-82 CU; will also mix in mid-70s CB that can run into his slider when thrown harder; fits in nicely with large pool of potential fifth starters/middle relievers; interesting prospect who has gone backwards since entering school yet still has the chance of reaching the big leagues in some capacity due to his good enough stuff, deceptive delivery, above-average control, and the hope he can reclaim some of what made him such a big-time prospect out of high school; 6-3, 185 pounds

336. Maine JR RHP Jeff Gibbs: at his best he sits mid-90s FB, 94-96 peak; has also shown plus SL; iffy command; iffy control; velocity has been down some in 2012 (88-92 FB, 94 peak), but good upper-70s to low-80s SL has remained a strong second pitch; has also utilized average 78-83 CU more often; story on Gibbs has remained the same dating back to his high school days: big league stuff, independent league command and control; 6-4, 215 pounds

337. Grand Canyon (AZ) JR RHP Brady Wager: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; flashes plus mid-80s SL, never worse than average and often above-average; emerging CU that is usable, could be better in time; 6-2, 205 pounds

338. Oregon State JR LHP Matt Boyd: 87-89 FB, 91-92 peak; good 82-83 CU; good 73-76 CB with plus upside; funky windup gives good deception; plus command; in a world of more creative baseball management, he could be bullpen ace – has shown he can handle multiple inning appearances and get both lefties and righthanders out; 6-3, 220 pounds

339. San Francisco JR LHP Elliot Waterman: mid-80s FB; now up to sitting 88-91 with 93-94 peak; nice CU with plus command; average SL; great deception; 6-5, 230 pounds

340. Oregon JR LHP Christian Jones: missed 2012 season with TJ surgery, but would have challenged for the top college lefty spot if healthy; 88-91 FB with plus life, 94 peak; good command; biting CB with SL action is plus pitch; 84 CU; if he gives any indication that he is willing to sign and continue his rehab with a pro medical staff, a team should be all over him somewhere between the 5th and 15th rounds; 6-3, 210 pounds

341. 3B Kevin Bradley (Hopewell HS, New Jersey): strong arm; could catch; good power upside; strong hit tool; 6-2, 200 pounds

342. TCU rJR 3B Jantzen Witte: still has many who question his upside with the bat, but all he’s done is hit and hit and hit; has always maintained a patient approach and, for me, a solid line drive swing; one of the draft’s best defensive players at any position with the tools to be one of the best defenders in professional baseball once he signs contract; underrated name, both literally and figuratively; 6-1, 200 pounds

343. Louisburg (NC) JC rSO 3B Steve Nyisztor: plus athlete; has played SS in the past, but, despite showing better than expected actions at the spot, profiles best as 3B as pro; plus arm; plus defensive tools, but still erratic in footwork, which has led to inconsistent throws; gap power at present, above-average raw power; good speed; teams will have to really have a clear idea of who he is as a person before investing a top ten round pick on him; has the chance to be a big league starter at third base or perhaps an offensively-minded infield backup; 6-4, 200 pounds

344. C Matt Fultz (Summit West HS, Missouri): quick bat; good power; good defender; good athlete; strong; power is there, question is contact; average arm; 6-1, 210 pounds

345. C Collin Yelich (Westlake Village HS, California): plus arm, both in terms of strength and accuracy; strong hit tool; makes a lot of contact; 6-3, 185 pounds

346. UCLA JR C Tyler Heineman: mature approach to hitting, simply doesn’t waste at bats; strong defensive tools, already a steady defender behind plate; above-average to plus arm, strong and accurate; good agility behind plate, underrated athlete; far from a big bat, but should always hit enough to get by; breakout junior season has stock on the rise; 6-0, 200 pounds

347. North Carolina SR C Jacob Stallings: outstanding defender; plus arm; big favorite last year who has scuffled some with the bat this year, but remains a potential backup catcher due to his great makeup, patience at the plate, and defensive ability

348. C Phildrick Llewellyn (Trinity Christian Academy, Florida): good athlete; really good speed for catcher; intriguing tools across board

349. Michigan State rJR 2B Ryan Jones: good speed; good approach; limited power upside; already a good defender at 2B and can also play 3B effectively; no standout tool, but easy to walk away impressed with him as a heady, instinctive ballplayer who does the little things right; 5-10, 170 rounds

350. Florida JR RHP Hudson Randall: 85-88 FB, 90 peak; great sinker/slider mix, everything down in zone, so he gets loads of groundballs when he’s going well; impressive upper-70s CU (79-81) with great arm action; good but inconsistent 74-77 CB; plus command on all pitches; average present 80-84 SL; 6-4, 220 pounds

351. Arkansas JR RHP DJ Baxendale: 87-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good FB movement; good 84-85 SL; solid 80-82 CU; really good 69-71 CB that is his best pitch; mid-80s cutter; stuff down in 2012: 86-89 much of season, offspeed not nearly as sharp; ability to throw multiple pitches for strikes gives him back of the rotation upside, but might be best served by becoming a primarily fastball/curveball reliever at the next level; 6-2, 190 pounds

352. Cuba LHP Onelki Garcia: 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; flashes plus CB; shows CU; 6-2, 220 pounds

353. Iowa Western CC SO 3B Damek Tomscha: plus-plus arm strength; good power; great athlete; 6-3, 220 pounds

354. Concordia (MN) SR 3B Bryan Lippincott: strong hit tool; good athlete; could profile as four-corner (1B/3B/LF/RF) type defensively if he doesn’t stay at the hot corner; plus arm; great approach; get really high marks for makeup and preparedness; has put up consistently great numbers and not exactly a slouch in the tools department – he’s a certifiable draft sleeper; 6-4, 210 pounds

355. Spartanburg Methodist (SC) JC FR 3B Bruce Caldwell: gap power; strong arm; good athlete; currently at SS; tough to choice between the ultra-productive Caldwell and the more projectable Codey McElroy – the two prospects are very different, but close in overall value; 5-10, 185 pounds

356. Weatherford JC (TX) FR RHP Cameron Cox: 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good breaking ball; advanced CU; good command; 6-4, 200 pounds

357. Gonzaga SR OF Royce Bolinger: plus professional RF-ready arm; above-average defender; average speed that gets pretty good when underway; big raw power with a swing that allows him to use it; arm is strong enough (95 peak off mound) that he could be tried on mound down the line; good athlete; has struggled to hit over the years, but big senior season has some thinking something has finally clicked at the plate; others put less stock in 200 senior at bats – I’d defer to area scouts on him, and would be happy to take him earlier than current industry consensus if the local guys fought for him; great instincts in outfield, can play CF in a pinch despite lack of prototypical CF foot speed – this gives him added value as potential power hitting fourth outfielder/platoon bat; 6-2, 200 pounds

358. Texas-Arlington JR OF Preston Beck: good power; average speed; plus arm strength; arm is very accurate as well; good athlete; fun fact: threw one perfect inning in 2011 with 2 strikeouts; pre-season FAVORITE who continues to produce and flash big league tools; 6-2, 190 pounds

359. TCU SR OF Jason Coats: plus athlete; very strong; special bat speed; decent to average foot speed; average arm; plus raw power; corner outfielder with good range; pitch recognition could make or break him – has more or less broken him to this point, at least as far as national publications are concerned; in a tough spot as a college senior limited to LF who has been expected to hit enough to be worth it, but hasn’t done it; I think of him as an unfairly forgotten man who hasn’t been nearly as bad, from both a scouting and performance standpoint, as you’d hear some people tell it; 6-2, 200 pounds

360. Tulane SR C Jeremy Schaffer: plus power potential; strong enough arm; defense is raw and has been for years, but has made enough progress to at least be adequate (slightly below-average, really) behind plate, thought he won’t ever be anything more than that professionally; for all his defensive shortcomings, Shaffer does have the reputation of calling a good game and working well with a variety of pitching styles; as a bat-first catching prospect, he compares to a less-publicized version of Miami’s Peter O’Brien – also included in that family are Ronnie Freeman, Richard Stock, and Brandon Miller; 6-1, 210 pounds

361. Southeastern Louisiana JR 2B Brock Hebert: strong hit tool; not much power; good speed; strong arm; leadoff profile but can get too aggressive at times; uses whole field well; great instincts; above-average range, also a capable SS; has evolved as a hitter over the years – he’s now much more disciplined and has learned when to and when not to be aggressive; prime candidate to hit the ground running in pro ball this summer and have people wondering how he fell as far as he did in the draft; 5-9, 170 pounds

362. 2B Joe Munoz (Los Altos HS, California): good athlete; strong arm; above-average speed; really impressive defensive tools; not super toolsy overall, but gets it done defensively; no standout tool, but good all over; 6-3, 180 pounds

363. 2B Nick Basto (Archbishop McCarthy HS, Florida): strong arm, but best utilized at second; some think he sticks at SS

364. 2B Tim Lopes (Edison HS, California): really good defender at second; strong arm; plus speed; emerging hit tool; has a chance to stick at SS; no raw power; consistently plays above his tools

365. OF Zach Gibbons (Saguaro HS, Arizona): solid in CF; above-average arm; line drive swing; some pop; no standout tool, but steady across board

366. OF D’Vone McClure (Jacksonville HS, Arkansas): average arm; above-average or better speed; great athlete; quick bat; good range in corner, average in center; 6-3, 190 pounds

367. Alabama SR OF Taylor Dugas: advanced idea of strike zone; above-average speed; good athlete; gap power; average at best arm; little power; good CF range; leadoff profile; earned one of my all-time all-caps FAVORITE designations going back to his sophomore season; drills high velocity with no problem; smart on bases; as much as I love him, I understand he has a limited ceiling and will have to  continually drastically outperform more physically talented players to keep moving up through a system; 5-7, 175 pounds

368. Kentucky JR LHP Jerad Grundy: 87-90 FB, 92-94 peak; 77-82 SL that has improved greatly; really like his 80-81 sinking CU; transfer from Miami and Heartland CC; 6-1, 200 pounds

369. Missouri JR RHP Eric Anderson: prior to tearing his labrum sat 90-93 with FB; hard SL with cut fastball movement; plus CU; easy mechanics; great athlete; has worked his way back and is now throwing upper-80s (getting as high as 90-92 on his best days), an impressive feat after he sat mostly low- to mid-80s this past summer; still throws a good breaking ball (SL), but not yet with as much pre-injury juice; CU has remained a really good pitch; above-average command both before and after his injury; 6-4, 220 pounds

370. Mississippi rSR RHP RJ Hively: 88-92 FB with late life, rare 94-95 peak; excellent 80-85 SL that he leans on; 79-81 CU; loves to sink and cut fastball; well-traveled player who should be relatively quick riser; 6-2, 205 pounds

371. LSU JR RHP Nick Goody: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; promising 78-82 breaking ball that falls somewhere between slider and power curve; good deception in delivery helps his fastball play up; has the small sample size of any one-year college reliever, but really hard to find fault with his 2012 performances (below); 6-0, 190 pounds

372. College of Charleston SR OF Marty Gantt: gap power with the wheels (above-average to plus speed) to leg out extra base hits; strong arm that profiles in any outfield spot; good, instinctual defender who isn’t afraid to get dirty chasing down fly balls; five words sum him up best: just knows how to hit; some guys have a knack for consistently barreling up – Gantt hits like he was born to do it; the splash of cold water comes when remembering that he’s an experienced college senior and a bit of a tweener from an offensive standpoint, but there’s no reason he can’t at least make it as a high level backup/platoon bat if he gets a few breaks along the way; 6-1, 180 pounds

373. Central Florida JR OF Ronnie Richardson: plus athlete; plus arm; plus runner; potential for some sneaky pop – he’s got really quick wrists and uses his lower body better than most; plus defensive tools in CF; generally viewed as a really good college player with little chance to amount to much professionally due to lack of physicality (he’s 5-6, 170 pounds), questionable swing mechanics, and, in turn, a hit tool that leaves most unimpressed, but, I don’t care – I’ve loved Richardson since he stepped on campus and will continue to tout him as a potential big leaguer who can run, defend, throw, and, thanks in part to a smaller than normal strike zone, really get on base

374. Virginia JR OF Reed Gragnani: good present gap power, could start knocking some over the fence in time; intriguing tools across the board, but hasn’t really been on the field enough to make the kind of impact many, myself included, thought he’d make on the college game; can also moonlight as a capable infielder – depending on how highly teams view his bat, it wouldn’t shock me to see a team move him back to either SS, 2B, or 3B; haven’t heard any indication one way or another about which way he is leaning heading into the draft, but Gragnani strikes me as the kind of player who could either really take off in pro ball or increase his draft stock by leaps and bounds with a huge, healthy senior season; 6-0, 175 pounds

375. Kutztown (PA) SR 3B Shayne Houck: above-average hit tool; big raw power; can handle 3B and LF – stock goes way up if a team believes in him as a defender; 6-1, 200 pounds

376. Eastern Oklahoma State JC FR 3B Codey McElroy: strong arm; good defensive tools, currently at SS; interesting upside with bat, especially in power department – easy to dream on his power coming around with a long, lean 6-6, 215 pound frame

377. Louisburg SO 3B Zach Houchins: strong hit tool; strong arm; power upside; quick bat; love his approach; uses whole field well and hits consistent line drives; overshadowed somewhat by bigger name teammate Steve Nyisztor, but no secret that some scouts have come away from seeing both play preferring the less-heralded Houchins; like Nyisztor, Houchins will have to answer questions from pro teams about his off-field actions

378. Central Florida JR RHP Roman Madrid: 89-92 FB, 94 peak; good 84-87 SL; rock solid big league middle relief prospect – he’ll never be considered a sexy prospect, but if he keeps doing what he does then he’ll get the last laugh as a big league reliever; 6-0, 200 pounds

379. Mississippi JR LHP Dylan Chavez: 89-92 FB; good 79-82 SL; 76-78 CU; 74-75 CB; good deception in delivery; like teammate RJ Hively, he is a well-traveled young arm who should transition well to life in the pros; 6-3, 190 pounds

380. JR RHP Jason Jester: couldn’t pitch in 2012 after being declared academically ineligible, but the latest rumors indicate he wants to give it the old college try once again in 2013; a smart team should still take a chance on him, assuming he is willing to sign, as his stuff is electric: 88-93 FB (90-94 as reliever), 96 peak; good SL with plus upside; great command; 5-10, 180 pounds

381. UCLA rFR RHP Eric Jaffe: 90-95 FB that moves; plus 77-82 CB; has shown interesting 84-86 CU this past spring; disaster of a season leaves him a 100% speculative selection at this point – his signability isn’t supposed to be an issue, but it would be a surprise to see him drafted high enough to make it worth his while unless he really, really wants to play pro ball; 6-4, 230 pounds

382. San Jose State JR RHP Zach Jones: 93-95 FB, 97-98 peak; FB moves; flashes good SL; iffy command; iffy control; profiles as reliever all the way, which is unfortunate because he swings a mean bat (2011: .316/.383/.458 – 16 BB/30 K – 155 AB)

383. Meridian (MS) CC SO C Wade Wass: strong arm; good defender; above-average bat speed; has tapped into his considerable power upside in a big way; reputation of free swinger didn’t match the reality of his 2012 season, though it would come as no surprise to hear that he was routinely pitched around; 6-0, 210 pounds

384. Salt Lake (UT) CC SO OF Braden Anderson: plus-plus speed; strong arm; CF range; 6-0, 200 pounds

385. OF Johnny Sewald (Bishop Gorman HS, Nevada): plus speed; leadoff approach; little power; great range in CF; average at best arm; 5-11, 165 pounds

386. Jacksonville JR OF Dan Gulbransen: good bat speed; fantastic approach to hitting – watching him work deep counts, spit on pitchers’ strikes, and driving his pitch to the gap is a lot of fun; approach remains consistent with each at bat, no matter the situation; playable range in CF, but average speed, arm, and power upside makes him a bit of a tweener on the whole; I like Gulbransen more than most – he’s a high floor, fourth outfielder-type with the chance for more; 5-11, 205 pounds

387. Michigan State JR OF Torsten Boss: moved from 3B to CF this year with generally positive results; good power; uses whole field as a hitter – really difficult to pitch to him when he’s on; above-average speed; plus arm strength; better fit in outfield for me personally – he could be really good in a corner in time; has also seen some time at 2B; defensive versatility and steady improvement as a hitter make him a really solid college position player with a relatively clear path to the big leagues, assuming continued good health and progression of tools to skills; 6-0, 200 pounds

388. Rutgers SR OF Patrick Kivlehan: plus athlete; has made really quick and impressive return to diamond after four years playing football; above-average speed; above-average raw power; has experience at 3B, but make more sense to let him run and throw in the outfield professionally; there isn’t much precedent for a prospect like Kivlehan, so following his career through the minors will be a lot of fun; 6-2, 210 pounds

389. St. John’s SR SS Matt Wessinger: above-average speed that he uses really, really well; better defender at second, but enough of a chance to stick at SS that I feel good about including him here; good arm; good athlete; solid pop for a middle infielder; strong utility possibility going forward; I liken him to a northern version of LSU SS Austin Nola; 6-0, 180 pounds

390. Fresno State JR RHP Justin Haley: low-90s FB, 95 peak; good breaking ball; emerging CU; too well-known to be a sleeper, but still a really good, really underrated three-pitch pitcher with the chance to start in the big leagues someday who will likely be drafted lower than he should be; 6-6, 225 pounds

391. Oregon State JR 1B Danny Hayes: makes the kind of consistent loud contact that has you thinking he was put on this planet to hit baseballs; doubles power with chance for more; has also seen time at 3B, where is generally regarded as below-average at the moment but could be pushed there if that’s the way his drafting team wants to go – I think allowing him to get healthy and focus on first base only could do wonders for his already potent bat; really tough player who deserves a lot of credit for playing through torn labrum in shoulder this year; 6-5, 200 pounds

392. Kennesaw State JR C Ronnie Freeman: very strong hit tool, a rarity for a backstop; above-average raw power, currently wears out the gaps; average at best arm, but makes up for it by being an instinctive, smart catcher; can get too aggressive at plate, which I think negates a big strength, but have been told coaches prefer him expanding his zone in order to look for something he can drive (i.e. it is alright to sacrifice some patience for power); good enough defender, but hardly a standout – his bat will carry him as an offense-first backstop; 6-1, 190 pounds

393. Rice JR 2B Michael Ratterree: above-average raw power, though it is currently mostly to gaps; average runner; versatile defender with extensive experience in the outfield; question that has followed him for years goes back to his defense – he may or may not stick in infield long-term; for me, his actual defense (hands, actions, range) all work well at second, but it is the accuracy of his arm that will make or break him; smart hitter; good athlete; stronger than most middle infield prospects; 6-1, 195 pounds

394. Fresno State SR RHP Taylor Garrison: 89-93 FB, 94 peak; good command; good SL with cutter action; above-average CU; also throws CB; 5-10, 160 pounds

395. Connecticut SR RHP David Fischer: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; average CU; good SL that breaks like a CB at times; lost velocity last season, but found it in a hurry in 2012: reportedly up to 95 at times; similar prospect to Cincinnati RHP Zach Isler; 6-5, 200 pounds

396. Texas A&M JR RHP Kyle Martin: 88-91 FB, 92-95 peak; lost some zip on his four-seam FB this spring, so went almost exclusively with 86-89 two-seamers with plus sink the past few months; inconsistent breaking ball that flashes plus, looks like a SL some days and a CB others; great deception in his funky sidearm delivery; shows a mid-70s CU with some promise against lefties; 6-6, 215 pounds

397. Vanderbilt rJR RHP Will Clinard: 91-93 FB with good sink; above-average 84-86 SL; above-average to plus cutter; leans on fastball that moves (two-seamer/cutter) and that slider, so he could have a career as a mid-innings reliever who can come on and get a ground ball when needed; plus command; 6-4, 215 pounds

398. Cincinnati JR RHP Zach Isler: fairly generic high-80s FB as starter, but a revelation out of the bullpen: sinking 90-92 FB, 94-95 peak; good low-80s SL; raw CU he can likely ditch as he moves to bullpen professionally; 6-4, 240 pounds

399. Kansas JR RHP Tanner Poppe: 88-91 FB with late life (92-93 peak), but has reportedly hit 94-97 out of bullpen; solid 74 CB; 80 CU; loose and easy mechanics – looks like he’s just having a catch; good athlete who is way more projectable than many mid- to late-round possibilities; not sure what pro teams dislike about him that I don’t see, but the people in the know whom I’ve talked to about him are always surprised I mention him as a viable pro prospect; 6-5, 225 pounds

400. Manhattanville (NY) JR 3B Dan Fiorito: excellent defender; strong arm; intriguing bat with above-average power upside and plate discipline; big league body at 6-4, 215 pounds

401. Seward County (KS) JC SO 3B Jake Barrios: arm and range both fit nicely at SS presently, but likely 3B in long run as his body fills out; big power upside dating back to his LSU recruitment; 6-3, 200 pounds

402. Florida International SR 3B Mike Martinez: average at best defender who also has experience at 1B and corner OF spots; bat shows promise, but lack of defensive upside gives him the look of an offensive-first utility player at the next level; 6-0, 215 pounds

403. Stony Brook JR 2B Maxx Tissenbaum: great approach; strong hit tool with a short swing well-suited for hard contact; improving defender, but may lack speed to pay up the middle – I think he can stick at 2B, but am not sold he can get by on the left side of the infield, thus limiting his utility potential; 5-11, 190 pounds

404. Indiana State JR C Jeremy Lucas: good athlete; improved defender; mature approach; pre-season all-caps FAVORITE despite a midwestern source (a close friend who won’t mind me calling him out here) who told me Lucas was a “solid college catcher, nothing more”; 6-1, 200 pounds

405. Wichita State SR LHP Josh Smith: 85-88 FB, 90-91 peak; good sinker; solid 80-81 SL; excellent CU; above-average command; one of the draft’s underrated pitchability lefthanders with enough diversity in his repertoire to continue starting professionally – really strong senior sign; 6-3, 185 pounds

406. California JR LHP Justin Jones: at his best he sits 86-90 with a FB with plus life, 91-92 peak; very good 73-76 CB when he commands it; strong 77-81 CU that flashes plus; good 84 cutter; nice deception in delivery helps FB play up; velocity way down in 2012 due to what appeared to be inconsistencies finding his release point: mid-80s most games, 84-86 with 88 peak; one plus side in 2012: has shown an above-average 78-81 SL, though he often uses it at the expense of ignoring his curve; like a few of his college peers, there’s some gambling with Jones that his velocity will rebound professionally – even without it, he has enough fastball to go with his curve (his best secondary pitch for me), change, and cutter to carve out a useful niche in pro ball; 6-2, 190 pounds

407. Rice SR LHP Taylor Wall: upper-80s FB, peak 88; plus CU that he relies on heavily; average at best CB and SL, though a new grip on his slider has made it a potentially better third pitch than his curve, which was once ahead; repeatable mechanics; 6-2, 200 pounds

408. Baylor JR LHP Josh Turley: 85-89 FB, 90-91 peak; 77-81 CU with plus upside that he uses a ton; 80-84 cutter, when thrown harder begins to look more like a SL; 76-79 CB with some upside; plus command of everything he throws; good deception in delivery allows FB to play up, also makes it a pain for hitters to pick up CU; 6-0, 190 pounds

409. Florida JR 1B Vickash Ramjit: one of the draft’s most underrated power sources – he hasn’t had the at bats to generate much draft discussion, but he’s made good use of his time on the field, showing plus power upside at the plate; good defender at first; like his teammate Preston Tucker, Ramjit can also play decent defense in the outfield corners; 6-5, 230 pounds

410. Nebraska JR C Richard Stock: plus arm; plus raw power; good athlete; has gone from USC to LA Pierce JC to Nebraska; value comes as catcher, so if he is forced to play predominantly first base then he’s in trouble; notes from Stock’s prep days: “has elicited Fred McGriff comps with his setup and swing; in a class of ridiculously hard throwers, Stock’s arm is on the short list of the strongest; gets sloppy behind plate due to overreliance on his pure arm strength; sloth-level speed; unfairly graded down because of struggles of his older brother, Robert”; 6-2, 185 pounds

411. Vanderbilt JR RHP Drew Verhagen: 90-93 FB, mid-90s peak (94-95); above-average 80-84 CU; 73-78 CB needs work; 82-84 SL; iffy command; relatively fresh arm; still too reliant on fastball, but could improve quickly with breaking ball if he a) picks one to focus on, b) makes necessary mechanical tweaks; 6-6, 225 pounds

412. Howard JC (TX) rFR RHP Clayton Crum: 91-93 FB, 94-96 peak; Texas transfer; good athlete; above-average SL; average CU; Tommy John survivor; 6-1, 190 pounds

413. Tennessee JR RHP Zack Godley: 85-91 FB; good cutter; improved 78-82 CU; good 73-78 CB; shows an occasional SL; one of the many smart, command-oriented, offspeed reliant righthanders found in the draft each year with back of the rotation and/or middle relief upside; 6-3, 235 pounds

414. Seminole State (OK) CC SO LHP Billy Waltrip: 90-95 FB; good SL; above-average CB; shows CU; 6-2, 215 pounds

415. Stanford rSO RHP Chris Jenkins: at his best sits 93-95 with FB, peaking at 97 with plus movement; average low-80s SL; raw yet interesting CU; only 9.1 college innings in three years at Stanford; really intriguing gamble for a team that believes he can recapture the stuff he showed in high school; 6-7, 220 pounds

416. College of Charleston JR RHP Christian Powell: 87-91 FB, 96 peak; up to more consistent 91-94 this year, still peaking 96; above-average breaking ball when he locates it; has worked in an emerging CU that flashes above-average; 6-4, 215 pounds

417. Princeton JR RHP Matt Bowman: 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; deception in delivery helps; average CU; average SL; 74-76 CB; has the Lincecum delivery down pat; above-average command; 6-0, 165 pounds

418. 3B Cabe Reiten (Olympia HS, Washington): good defender; 6-2, 175 pounds

419. Trinity (TX) SR RHP Ben Klimesh: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; good low-80s breaking ball; shows CU; 6-4, 220 pounds

420. Texas Tech rSO RHP Duke von Schamann: 86-91 FB, 93 peak; FB has lots of life; 77-80 hybrid breaking ball; 80-82 CU; plus command of all pitches; gets by without an above-average pitch – though the sink on his fastball gets it close – due to craftiness, clever pitch sequencing, and the aforementioned plus command; Tommy John survivor; reminds me of Texas A&M RHP Kyle Martin, minus the funky sidearm quality; 6-4, 215 pounds

421. North Carolina JR LHP RC Orlan: 88-92 FB; above-average 87 cutter; good, but inconsistent CB; good low-80s SL; stuff isn’t dominant, but Orlan’s value comes in being able to throw any one of his effective offerings in almost any count; limited ceiling prospect, but could settle in nicely as lefty specialist; 6-0, 200 pounds

422. Clemson JR RHP Scott Firth: heavy 88-92 FB, 93-95 peak; plus CU; really good CB; solid mid-80s SL that flashes plus, but is consistent; command a major issue; control comes and goes, really hampers his overall effectiveness; good coaching could help him take off as he has the raw stuff to start in pro ball; 6-0, 170 pounds

423. Tennessee JR RHP Drew Steckenrider: like fellow SEC standout Brian Johnson, Steckenrider is a two-way prospect that I’d rather personally see with a bat; in both cases, however, I understand why the majority prefers to make each young man a pitcher; as a position player, I think his plus raw power, plus arm strength, and average speed (i.e. good enough for outfield corner) could make him a potential starter in time; as a pitcher, he sits low-90s, 93-97 peak in relief; his fastball runs 87-92 as starter; average 79-85 CU; iffy control; lots of untapped upside and a fresh arm; 6-5, 205 pounds

424. Army SR RHP Kevin McKague: 88-91 FB; pre-injury hit 94-96 and threw a good 88 SL; if he gets healthy as a pro, he’s got a chance to move quickly, but that’s a big if; pretty damn good hitter who had a park/scheduled adjusted wOBA of .447 in 198 at bats; reminds me of Houston Baptist RHP/1B Robbie Buller in terms of size, hitting ability, fastball, and injury history

425. 2B Jordan Ebert (Baldwin County HS, Alabama): good defender; quick bat; 6-1, 180 pounds

426. 2B Jack Dunham (Fallbrook HS, California): good arm; whole field approach

427. 2B Richie Martin (Bloomingdale HS, Florida): good defender; average arm; plus speed; good athlete; some think he can stay at SS

428. Jefferson (MO) CC SO 2B Brett Wiley: good speed; strong arm; intriguing hit tool; may be pushed to 2B as pro

429. Pensacola CC SO 2B Frankie Ratcliff: plus runner; some pop; good defender; kicked off Miami team, but has landed on his feet nicely; 5-8, 170 pounds

430. Oklahoma JR OF Max White: good strength; big league power; really good athlete; above-average speed; tried at 2B last fall, but moved to CF this year, where he has showed impressive instincts; easy to love his defensive versatility – can play anywhere but C and SS; 6-1, 200 pounds

431. Clemson JR RHP Dominic Leone: 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good to plus CU; quality CB; clean mechanics; command needs work; has everything on paper to succeed at next level, but was hit around in 2012; 6-0, 200 pounds

432. Howard JC (TX) SO RHP Nick Sawyer: low-90s FB, 96-97 peak; good mid-80s SL; control lags behind, but hard to dislike his arm strength and feel for breaking ball; 5-11, 190 pounds

433. Mississippi State JR LHP Nick Routt: 88-92 FB; plus CU; good breaking ball; finally healthy; 6-4, 200 pounds

434. South Florida rSO RHP Austin Adams: 92-95 FB; flashes plus 85-87 SL, also called hard CB but I’m fairly certain it is a slider – either way, it’s a pro breaking ball when he commands it; one of many from USF staff that could make it as a reliever at the next level; 6-2, 190 pounds

435. Missouri JR OF Blake Brown: gifted natural hitter; above-average speed; above-average arm; good defender; smart base runner; plus raw power, but hasn’t shown it in games yet; too many swings and misses; more tools than production so far, but a pro team with a confident developmental staff may be willing to take a risk on his tools sooner rather than later during the draft; 6-1, 190 pounds

436. Central Florida JR SS Darnell Sweeney: plus athlete; very good runner; plus defensive tools; strong arm; interesting potential as leadoff hitter, but lack of power development is somewhat concerning – he needs to put on weight, badly; range is well above-average; defensive upside makes him a scout favorite, but he’ll still have to show he can hit; 6-0, 165 pounds

437. Dallas Baptist JR RHP Stuart Pudenz: 90-95 FB; good splitter that acts as CU; mixes in occasional SL; 6-5, 225 pounds

438. Houston Baptist SR RHP Robbie Buller: mid-90s peak; plus raw power; early season 2012 Tommy John surgery knocked him out for the year, but an intriguing enough talent to get drafted and make some noise once healthy again; 6-6, 220 pounds

439. North Carolina JR 1B Cody Stubbs: good approach; love the easy power; can also hold his own in a corner outfield spot; has been on the scouting radar for years, first in high school, then Tennessee, then junior college, and finally in Chapel Hill, so those who have been fans have surely seen him enough to keep liking him, despite his disappointing junior season; full name: Roland Campbell Stubbs IV; 6-4, 215 pounds

440. Birmingham-Southern JR 1B Bruce Maxwell: Division III superstar who put up video game numbers (below) in 2012; bat alone makes him a prospect; has hit since first day on campus; wasn’t alone in putting up big numbers on team, but its all relative – his year was in a different stratosphere compared to teammates; 6-3, 230 pounds

441. C David Houser (AC Flora HS, South Carolina): good defensive tools; intriguing tools at plate; quick transfer

442. Neosho County (KS) JC SO LHP Matt Strahm: upper-80s FB, 92-93 peak; good SL; above-average CU; good control; good athlete; 6-3, 170 pounds

443. Utah JR RHP Tyler Wagner: 89-92 FB, 93-95 peak; good SL; average CU; good athlete; 6-3, 200 pounds

444. San Jose State JR RHP Mike Aldrete: 92-94 FB with plus sink; good SL; really good defender and quick off the mound, as one might expect from a former middle infielder; 5-10, 170 pounds

445. Texas State JR LHP Colton Turner: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; improved 73-77 breaking ball; improved CU; good command; stuff could play up in relief role; 6-2, 185 pounds

446. Santa Fe (FL) CC SO RHP Brad Markey: 88-91 FB, 93-94 peak; good CB; average CU; plus control; Georgia Tech transfer; 5-11, 180 pounds

447. OF Sam Brown (Jackson HS, Washington): big hit tool; good speed; good base runner; 5-11, 185 pounds

448. OF Tate Matheny (Westminster Christian Academy, Missouri): obvious catching convert still learning ropes of outfield; good speed; has added strength and become legit prospect; 6-2, 185 pounds

449. SS Casey Burns (Grand Junction HS, Colorado): good athlete; good range; strong arm; average speed; good hit tool; some pop

450. Arkansas JR LHP Randall Fant: 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good upper-70s CU; much improved cutter; average at best mid-70s CB; like teammate DJ Baxendale, velocity down 2012: sitting mid-80s, touching 88-89 – velocity loss greatly reduced effectiveness of breaking stuff, so pre-draft medicals will be huge; 6-4, 185 pounds

451. Dallas Baptist rSO RHP Jake Johansen: 90-92 FB, 93-96 peak, has also hit 97-98; good low-80s SL, now up to 85-86 and called a CB by some – either way it flashes plus to plus-plus when on; iffy command and poor control, but reports are positive – the belief is that these things are fixable with better coaching; case in point – he’s a really fast study who picked up an upper-80s cutter this spring that is now a nasty pitch; 6-6, 220 pounds

452. Texas A&M rSO RHP Rafael Pineda: 86-90 FB, 91-92 peak; good sink on FB; good 76-80 CU; mid-80s SL; more projection here than in most college arms, so underwhelming K-rate can be at least partially explained way; 6-5, 210 pounds

453. Fresno State SR RHP Cody Kendall: 90-93 FB, 95 peak; plus sink on FB, very difficult to square up on; also throws CU; works predominantly with FB, sinking and cutting it frequently; could make it in the pros as a reliever capable of coming in with men on and getting a groundball; 6-2, 210 pounds

454. Southern Cal SR RHP Martin Viramontes: sits 90-94; now at 89-92, peak 93; similar to USC teammate RHP Andrew Triggs and Ben Mount in the way all three have lost velocity over the years; still flashes a pair of above-average offspeed pitches in a power 75-80 CB and low-80s CU; 6-4, 210 pounds

455. Northwest Nazarene (ID) JR RHP Zeb Sneed: 91-93 FB, 94-97 peak; plus splitter; control issues; crazy inconsistent, but you can’t teach his kind of arm strength; 6-5, 200 pounds

456. 3B West Tunnell (Boulder Creek HS, Arizona): average speed; above-average arm; average hit tool; good approach; good feel for game

457. Dartmouth SR 2B Joe Sclafani: average at best speed; average or slightly better arm; average defensive tools; power to gaps; good approach; all he’s done is hit in four years of regular duty at Dartmouth – his upside may not match some other names on the list, but at some point during the draft somebody will make the call to stop ignoring a guy who has produced like he has; 5-11, 185 pounds

458. Kentucky JR RHP Tim Peterson: 88-91 FB; good CB; 6-2, 200 pounds

459. Georgia SR RHP Michael Palazzone: 85-90 FB, 92 peak; excellent 79-81 CU; solid low- to mid-70s CB (70-76); good two-seamer; plus command; 6-2, 200 pounds

460. Washington JR RHP Josh Fredendall: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; plus SL; everything down in the zone; under the radar prospect who has been excellent at all stops, including putting up a 0.25 ERA his sophomore season at San Mateo; 6-0, 200 pounds

461. Texas State JR RHP Louis Head: 90-93 FB, 94 peak; good SL, flashes plus; also flashes a plus CU; Texas Tech transfer coming off a good, not great, season pitching out of the bullpen for Texas State; 5-11, 175 pounds

462. South Carolina JR RHP Ethan Carter: sits 88-92, 93 FB peak; good SL with cutter action; really talented arm who has never had the chance to show it at college level; has made mistakes in past, but appears to have straightened himself out enough to get a look; 6-5, 200 pounds

463. Washington rSO RHP Nick Palewicz: at his best, hits 95-98 with FB but velocity was down for much of 2012 season; also throws a CB and CU; Tommy John survivor; considered a difficult sign; 6-2, 220 pounds

464. Louisville SR RHP Derek Self: 88-91 FB, 92-94 peak; two above-average secondary pitches in a good CU and good 79-80 SL; big fan of the 87-88 cutter that he’s found great success with this year; 6-3, 210 pounds

465. Louisburg (NC) JC JR RHP Tim Brechbuehler: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; holds velocity well; UNC transfer; 6-8, 215 pounds

466. Neosho County (KS) JC SO 1B Adam Giacalone: intriguing talent with a professional approach to hitting who is a better baseball player than he is a prospect at any one position – that isn’t meant to take away from his potential, which, if put in the right position on the field, is legitimate, but a comment on his versatility and positive attitude that allows him to succeed in multiple roles; plus arm; average hit tool; average power; above-average upside at 1B; 6-2, 215 pounds

467. OF Zach Coppola (Dowling Catholic HS, Iowa): plus speed; potential for plus range in CF; strong arm; reminds me of prep version of Patrick Biondi; 5-10, 160 pounds

468. OF Joey Curletta (Mountain Pointe HS, Arizona): plus arm strength; just average speed; raw power is there, but haven’t really seen it yet; 6-4, 230 pounds

469. Baylor rJR RHP Max Garner: 87-89 FB, 92 peak; 79-83 SL; 71-76 CB; 80-81 CU; solid numbers (below) and a pair of average or better breaking balls (SL and CB) give him a chance to get picked late as bullpen filler; 6-2, 200 pounds

470. Oklahoma rSO LHP Jordan John: 86-89 FB, 91-92 peak; good CB; good CU; shows SL; good command of offspeed stuff, has confidence to throw any pitch in any count; Tommy John survivor; 6-3, 200 pounds

471. Central Michigan SR RHP Zach Cooper: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; has hit as high as 94-95 in past; good 82-87 SL; average CU; 5-10, 190 pounds

472. Des Moines Area CC SO RHP Nick Dolsky: 90-92 FB, 93-95 peak; 82-85 SL that shows plus; raw CU; Nebraska transfer; 6-8, 215 pounds

473. OF Cullen O’Dwyer (El Dorado HS, New Mexico): quick bat; much improved over summer; good athlete; good hit tool; good arm strength

475. Chandler-Gilbert (AZ) JC SO OF Tyler Hollick: plus speed; good CF range; I like his bat, others not sold; crazy production in 2012

476. Arizona State JR OF Andrew Aplin: pretty line drive swing; plus range in CF; above-average speed; strong arm; well below-average power; leadoff hitter profile; average or better upside with bat, but still largely untapped; 5-11, 185 pounds

477. Miami JR RHP Eric Whaley: 87-91 FB with sink, 92-93 peak; excellent splitter that works as CU; good SL; shows CB; good command; 6-3, 200 pounds

478. Jacksonville State SR 1B Ben Waldrip: big raw power; average arm; no other standout tools beyond bat – average at best glove, not particularly agile around bag, slow, but he can really hit; 6-6, 245 pounds

479. North Carolina JR 2B Tommy Coyle: above-average speed; good athlete; line drive swing; steady enough at SS that he can play there at times, but better fit at 2B; some pop, but more of a slap hitter at this point – when he gets ahead, he’s fine, but his two-strike approach needs work; 5-9, 170 pounds

480. East Carolina JR 3B John Wooten: intriguing offensive tools including significant raw power; despite being viewed by some as a first baseman only, has displayed good range at third in limited looks; has the four-corners defensive versatility (1B/3B/LF/RF) that will help him get chances in pro ball; gets bonus points for strong wood bad showings in the past; one of those prospects that makes doing this fun – Wooten hasn’t gotten much, if any, national love, but area guys sure seem to like him and so do I; 6-4, 210 pounds

481. Memphis SR 3B Jacob Wilson: plus defender; plus arm; not a ton of raw power, but breakout senior season is getting him such well-earned attention; decent runner; 5-11, 190 pounds

482. Miami JR LHP Steven Ewing: 86-90 FB; good CB; relies very heavily on SL; shows CU; 6-2, 225 pounds

483. North Carolina JR RHP Cody Penny: 94 peak FB; potential plus kCB; also has shown CU and SL; has flashed good stuff and been productive when on mound, just hasn’t thrown enough innings to give scouts a real feel for how good he can be; 6-3, 200 pounds

484. Nebraska JR RHP Travis Huber: 88-92 FB with sink, 93-95 peak; very good 83-84 SL; good CB; raw CU; good athlete; 6-3, 225 pounds

485. Illinois JR RHP Matt Milroy: 90-93 FB, 94-96 peak; good 82-86 SL with plus upside; good athlete; loses velocity earlier than you’d like, but a permanent professional move to the bullpen should help; drafting team will have to be patient (note his ugly walk rate below), but Milroy has legitimate late inning relief stuff; 6-3, 200 pounds

486. SS TJ Lemke (Grandview Prep, Colorado): good speed; good defensive tools; interesting pop

487. SS Angel Ortega (International Baseball Academy, Puerto Rico): plus defender

488. Oregon State JR SS Tyler Smith: very good glove; strong enough arm for left side; above-average speed; gap power; 6-0, 175 pounds

489. Auburn SR 2B Creede Simpson: legit hit tool; good defender at second; above-average speed; can also play SS and 3B, as well as all three outfield spots; if limited to one position defensively, he’d be an iffy draft, but his versatility has great value, especially for teams looking to fill low-minors rosters; 6-2, 185 pounds

490. C Chad Johnson (Galesburg HS, Illinois): plus defensive tools; strong arm; intriguing power upside; 6-1, 180 pounds

491. Michigan State SR RHP Tony Bucciferro: heavy 86-88 FB, 90-92 peak; has no problem throwing sinkers all day; very good hard SL; developing 80-81 CU that has emerged as solid third pitch with above-average sink; plus control; plus pitchability; better than your average mid-round senior sign with stuff that could play up even more in short bursts; 6-3, 200 pounds

492. Minnesota rJR RHP TJ Oakes: 86-90 FB, 91 peak; good sink on FB; FB up in 2012: more consistently 90-92, occasionally peaking 93-94; solid 78-84 SL; 75 CB; 6-5, 220 pounds

493. McLennan (TX) JC rFR RHP Eric Brooks: 88-93 FB, 95-96 peak; up to consistent 92-96 this year; Houston transfer; plus athlete with legit plus speed; 6-2, 200 pounds

494. New Mexico JR C Mitchell Garver: one of the quicker bats I’ve personally seen this spring, really underrated bat speed and power projection; good approach; strong hit tool; not a standout defensively, but a decent athlete with an average arm; 6-1, 200 pounds

495. Princeton SR C Sam Mulroy: above-average speed; plus arm strength and elite athleticism also play well at 3B and OF; one of the players I’ve personally seen the most: big league bat speed with the tools to keep catching are what make him stand out; scouts seem to think he fits best as an outfielder at the next level, so don’t be surprised to hear him announced at that spot – I’d rather he stick behind the plate, but at least a position switch would save his speed; 5-11 205 pounds

496. Stetson JR C Sam Kimmel: really good athlete with the potential to be a plus defender behind plate; above-average arm strength that could lead to plus pop times as he cleans up his footwork; impressive speed for a catcher; draft lists like this are full of personal biases and Kimmel’s higher than you’d think placement shows one of mine: I value athletic, defensive catchers in a big way, and Kimmel is one of college’s best; 6-0, 180 pounds

497. Samford SR C Brandon Miller: good present power; strong arm; good athlete; reminiscent of Dane Phillips when it comes to his defense – has seen time in the OF, where many think he profiles best as a pro, but I’d keep running him out behind the plate until he shows he can’t do it; 6-1, 210 pounds

498. C CJ Saylor (South Hills HS, California): 86-88 FB; quick feet; plus arm with a track record of cutting down base runners; mobile behind plate; really good defensive ability; very athletic behind plate; above-average hit tool; power upside in question – can he some to gaps, but that’s about it; potential plus defender, some would argue he’s already there; not a plus power/plus arm strength guy, but still talented; no problems catching velocity; 5-10, 180 pounds; R/R

499. C Jason Goldstein (Highland Park HS, Illinois): plus arm strength; highest level defensive tools; accurate arm; strong; fantastic footwork; quick bat; good approach; not a ton of power upside, but a professional hitting approach; 5-11, 190 pounds; R/R

500. Central Florida rJR 1B DJ Hicks: ugly swing, but good bat speed and college production put him in the “if it ain’t broke…” category of young hitting prospects; his bat will be what carries him as his above-average hit tool (underrated, I think, and rare for such a big man) and plus power potential help him stand out in the crowd of college bats; plus arm strength; slow moving on bases and in the field; has shown promise on the mound with a fastball that sits 86-90 (92-94 peak), decent splitter, and slider with some promise; 6-5, 250 pounds

501. SS Spencer Edwards (Rockwall HS, Texas): plus speed; good pop; 5-11, 180 pounds

502. Armstrong Atlantic State (GA) SO RHP Ethan Bader: 88-91 FB with plus sink, 92 peak; plus SL; plus command; 6-6, 225 pounds

503. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi JR RHP Dan Minor: 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good CB; good command; 5-11, 180 pounds

504. South Florida rSO RHP Ray Delphey: 90-93 FB; good SL; 5-10, 200 pounds

505. Texas SR LHP Sam Stafford: missed 2012 season due to shoulder surgery; when healthy, sat 90-93 with FB, peak 94-96; effective breaking ball often identified as 80-82 SL but also called power CB; 83-85 CU; big FB command issues, but velocity and breaking ball kept him an early round prospect; obvious question will be his long-term health prognosis, so no telling where different teams will stack him on their boards, if they include him at all; could make a team look really smart, but could just as easily never pitch effectively again; 6-4, 190 pounds

506. SS DC Arendas (Forsyth Country Day HS, North Carolina): good defensive tools; strong arm; 6-1, 180 pounds

507. Michigan JR OF Patrick Biondi: plus-plus speed, but doesn’t always use it as effectively as he could – check his SB%; outstanding defender in CF; strong arm; knows his role as a hitter – plays up the pesky, on-base skills and hits the ball where the ball is pitched; 5-9, 165 pounds

508. Texas A&M SO OF Krey Bratsen: 80 speed; plus arm; plus CF range; very raw in all other phases of the game; 6-0, 170 pounds

509. Utah JR RHP Zach Adams: 89-93 FB, 95-96 peak, but incredibly inconsistent pitch due to fluctuating velocity (sometimes will top out only at 90-91) and command that comes and goes; good but inconsistent 81 SL; arm strength reliever with a lot to answer for after ineffective junior season; 6-4, 205 pounds

510. East Carolina JR RHP Jharel Cotton: 88-92 FB, 93-94 peak; CU and SL both flash plus, so there is some starter upside if everything comes together in pro ball; inconsistent command; Miami Dade CC transfer; status as short righthander (5-11, 200 pounds) generates some doubt, but some scouts will argue for Cotton as a bulldog-type who competes every night, citing his victories in his first 8 decisions of 2012

511. North Carolina State rSO RHP Anthony Tzamtzis: strong armed former infielder who was a very good fielder, so his athleticism is top notch; 89-92 FB; 73-77 CB; 84 CU; has really improved throughout course of year as he has devoted himself to pitching; case in point: up to 95 peak late in season while also showing a really strong 82-84 SL; continues to also show mid-70s CB and mid-80s change; fresh arm; repertoire and athleticism make him well-suited for starting; 6-1, 190 pounds

512. Texas SR RHP Austin Dicharry: 88-92 FB; plus CU; intriguing CB that is now above-average; injuries have slowed him down, but three pitch strike throwers with good size (6-4, 200 pounds) and above-average amateur track records work for me

513. Creighton JR LHP Ty Blach: 89-91 FB, 92-94 peak; good CU that has improved in last calendar year; attacks hitters on the inner-half and is a renowned strike thrower; low-80s SL flashes plus; good overall command; has the three pitches to start and above-average velocity from the left side, but lack of draft year domination at the college level is a tad disconcerting; 6-1, 200 pounds

514. TCU rJR RHP Kaleb Merck: 88-91, 92 FB peak; once up to 96 with FB in (spring ’10), but arm troubles (Tommy John surgery) have knocked him down to 90-92 at his best; as his arm has bounced back, his command has improved a great deal; overall, really strong command of three-pitch mix; above-average mid-70s CB that gets as high as 80, little bit of a hybrid breaking ball; good CU; Merck’s return to health has been a good story, but his ceiling (middle relief) is somewhat limited unless he recaptures some of his pre-injury heat; 6-0, 200 pounds

515. Alabama JR RHP Ian Gardeck: 94-96 FB, 98-100 peak; plus to plus-plus mid- to upper-80s SL; bad control and command; mechanics need overhaul; stuff was down as he had an awful spring, but still showed enough flashes of two potential wipeout big league pitches that somebody will bite; 6-2, 225 pounds

516. Seton Hall JR RHP Ryan Harvey: 88-90 FB, 91-92 peak; good low-80s SL; average CB; has shown CU; has four pitches that could allow him to continue starting in pro ball, but stuff plays up as reliever; 6-1, 220 pounds

517. Maryland SR SS Alfredo Rodriguez: good arm; really good defender; great approach and a much improved hit tool; little to no power; average arm, but enough for SS when combined with everything else well he does defensively; 6-0, 180 pounds

518. Louisiana Tech rJR RHP Jeb Stefan: 90-92 FB, 94 peak; also uses SL and CU, though neither profiles as big league out pitch at this point; iffy control; 6-4, 225 pounds

519. Binghamton JR RHP Lee Sosa: 92-93 FB, 94-95 peak; iffy control; 6-2, 200 pounds

520. Jacksonville State JR RHP Hunter Rivers: 90-93 FB, has hit 97 as reliever; good CB; super raw CU; really good athlete; 6-2, 190 pounds

521. Ohio State rSO RHP John Kuchno: 88-92 FB, can hit 94-95 in relief; impressive CB, but still getting a feel for it; iffy control has improved with time; 6-4, 205 pounds

522. Sacramento State rSR C Derrick Chung: really good athlete; strong arm; excellent mobility behind plate; converted infielder who has taken to catching well; retains above-average speed, but catching could beat that down over time; leadoff profile as hitter – patient approach, good plate coverage, unafraid of deep counts, line drive swing that leads to consistent hard contact; age (24 in February) works against him; 5-10, 170 pounds

523. Notre Dame JR C Joe Hudson: excellent defender with plus big league upside; plus arm strength and accuracy; some power upside; too many swings and misses, but improved performance with the bat in 2012, especially in the power department, helps him profile as a potential backup; 6-1, 200 pounds

524. Baylor SR C Josh Ludy: above-average present power, strong, compact build; has improved in two major areas this spring – first, his questionable glove now has a chance to be average with continued work, and second, his hit tool, previously below-average, has improved just enough to put his power to use thanks to a cleaned up swing; strong arm; good approach; not sure he has the defensive chops to work as a backup, but power and physical strength are intriguing; 5-10, 210 pounds

525. C Nelson Rodriguez (George Washington HS, New York): plus raw power; plus arm strength; quick release; plus bat speed; hits it to center and opposite field most often; has to keep that weight in check; looked better behind plate than I imagined, but still not good enough; 6-2, 230 pounds; R/R

526. Oregon State JR RHP Tony Bryant: 87-90 FB, 94 peak in HS days; only in the mid-80s (84-88) this past spring; very good CU that flashes plus; leans on CU heavily; if some velocity returns and he can develop a more reliable breaking ball (two big ifs), then he could take off in a big way in pro ball if (another big if!) given the chance; 6-7, 215 pounds

527. Cypress (CA) JC SO RHP Daniel Ponce de Leon (2012): 89-93 FB; good CB; better cutter; 6-4; Arizona transfer

528. Florida SR RHP Greg Larson: similar prospect to Auburn RHP Slade Smith – both have deceptive deliveries and loads of sink on everything they throw; 6-8, 235 pounds

529. C Chris Chinea (Gulliver Prep HS, Florida): strong arm; power upside; good athlete; strong; long swing; quick release; good enough defender; 6-0, 200 pounds

530. C Tomas Nido (Orangewood Christian HS, Florida): good defender; plus arm strength, above-average pop times; good raw power; swing is way too long – kills bad pitching, struggles against the good; BP power at this point; 6-0, 200 pounds

531. C Wilfredo Rodriguez (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy): strong arm; quick bat

532. New Mexico State JR RHP Tyler Mack: 89-92 FB, 93-95 peak; 79-81 CU; plus breaking ball, not sure whether it is the 76-78 CB or 84 SL; iffy control; 6-4, 200 pounds

533. Arizona State JR RHP Alex Blackford: too straight 86-90 FB;  above-average 77-78 CB; best pitch is CU; 81-82 SL; interesting pitcher who throws four pitches for strikes and has put up consistently strong numbers – lack of size and arm strength may keep him in school one more year, but he’s a solid college arm to monitor; 5-11, 200 pounds

534. USC Sumter JC SO RHP Tyler Smith: 90-93 FB, 95 peak, but gets too straight to fool professional bats; secondary stuff needs work; 6-3, 205 pounds

535. North Carolina State JR RHP Chris Overman: 87-91 FB; plus splitter; good SL; plus command; middle relief possibility; strong summer experiences including outstanding run in Cape Cod League; 6-2, 225 pounds

536. Harvard SR LHP Brent Suter: heavy 88-91 FB; plus CU; good command; 6-5, 200 pounds

537. Northeastern SR LHP Andrew Leenhouts: 87-88 FB, 90-91 peak; good CB; average CU that sometimes shows better; FB command needs work, and pitch is presently too straight; clean mechanics; 6-3, 200 pounds

538. 1B Wade McNabb (Memorial Catholic HS, Indiana): good power upside; bat is best tool; defense a major question mark behind plate, so likely a first baseman professionally

539. Orange Coast CC (CA) rSO OF Chris Carlson: he can hit; average speed; average defender; but he can really hit; 5-10, 170 pounds

540. Tulane JR OF Brandon Boudreaux: plus speed; plus range; leadoff profile

541. UCLA JR OF Beau Amaral: strong defender in CF; leadoff profile; hard contact; well above-average runner; quick bat; iffy arm strength; good athlete; good range; whole field approach; carries himself with the confidence of a pro; does all the little things well; 5-10, 180 pounds

542. Vanderbilt JR OF Michael Yastrzemski: reminds me of opposite version of college teammate Connor Harrell; well-rounded set of tools, but nothing that stands out as plus; good defender in all three outfield spots; above-average speed; nice lefthanded swing that is built for line drives, not much loft or extension keeps him from hitting for big power; strong, accurate arm; uses whole field well as hitter; the type of player who grows on you with time; 5-11, 175 pounds

543. College of Charleston rSO OF Daniel Aldrich: good to plus raw power who puts together some monumental BPs and carries some, though not all, of it over to game action; his ultra-aggressive approach is what could be his undoing – the savvier pitchers in pro ball, armed with more detailed scouting reports, will know how to exploit the holes in his swing; poor arm keeps him stuck in LF; as a LF only, he’ll have to mash like he has as a college guy in the pros to survive; with his raw power he’ll have a chance, especially if he makes the right swing adjustments and works to improve his two-strike approach; 6-2, 200 pounds

544. Coastal Carolina SR OF Daniel Bowman: impressive plus raw power; strong enough arm for RF; decent speed; previously too much of a hacker with far too many empty swings, but toned down his aggression in a positive way this year; has a reputation, fair or not, as mistake hitter; carrying tool is his power upside which, if nothing else, gives him the edge over a fair number of mid-round college position players looking for work; 6-1, 210 pounds

545. OF Steven Duggar (Byrnes HS, South Carolina): good hit tool; good speed; strong arm; CF range; strong Clemson commitment; 6-2, 180 pounds

546. Lamar (CO) CC SO OF Jackson Gooch: good range in corner; average at best arm; really interesting upside with bat; 6-4, 200 pounds

547. Stanford JR OF Tyler Gaffney: leadoff profile with great approach and plus speed; plus athleticism; plus range in corner, above-average in CF; strong hit tool despite unconventional swing – many hate the swing and say it won’t work at next level, but the complaints seem more based on performance (i.e. more grumbling this year than last) and I don’t personally foresee problems with the swing ahead; below-average arm strength, but above-average accuracy; 6-0, 220 pounds

548. Texas State SR RHP Mitchell Pitts: 88-90 FB; everything sinks; good command

549. Indiana SR RHP Chad Martin: 90-93 FB, 95 peak; CB and SL both inconsistent; no real CU to speak of; could have a bullpen future if he can figure out how to repeat his mechanics more consistently and develop a more reliable breaking ball (i.e. pick one or the other and run with it); 6-7, 240 pounds

550. Florida State JR RHP Robert Benincasa: 89-92 FB, 93 peak; good SL; good splitter used as CU that he learned from Mark Appel; 6-2, 200 pounds

551. Bakersfield (CA) CC SO SS Brent Peterson: plus speed; good defensive tools; strong arm; questionable hit tool

552. Pepperdine JR SS Zach Vincej: strong arm; steady defender; 5-11, 165 pounds

553. Texas A&M JR SS Mikey Reynolds: some pop; plus speed; good range up the middle; average arm; steady defender

554. Vanderbilt JR SS Anthony Gomez: another player with lots of averages on his scouting card – this may look boring, but the bar for average is pretty damn high in professional baseball; steady defender; so-so runner; fringe-average raw power, but hasn’t shown up in games yet; good approach; hasn’t personally wowed me as hitter, but defensive versatility will get him drafted higher than I’d otherwise suggest; profiles as effective situational, bat control, contact bat with just enough pop to keep pitchers honest – could be one of those pesky, ten-year utility infielders if everything breaks right; 5-11, 185 pounds

555. George Mason rJR LHP Chris O’Grady: 86-90 FB, 92 peak; plus 82-84 cutter; also mixes in CB and CU; 6-4, 220 pounds

556. Purdue JR RHP Brad Schreiber: 90-92 FB, 94-96 peak with plus-plus upside; 73-75 below-average breaking ball; missed 2012 season because of Tommy John surgery, so he falls under the category of injury risk/questionable sign prospects who might be lured away from college to get paid to rehab or might not; Schreiber’s fastball is so electric that it wouldn’t surprise me to see a team gamble on him wanting to sign in the mid-rounds; 6-4, 235 pounds

557. George Mason JR RHP Brandon Kuter: 92-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; emerging SL that flashes plus; good athlete; below-average control; 6-7, 220 pounds

558. Tennessee Tech SR RHP Matt Shepherd: 90-93 FB, 95 peak; plus SL; good CU; iffy command

559. Florida State JC at Jacksonville SO OF Terrell Joyce: good speed; can be too aggressive on both base paths and at plate; super raw; considered signable within first ten rounds – after that, his commitment to Virginia Tech will come into play; can also play infield corners, though unsure how well he defends at third; 6-3, 225 pounds

560. Mississippi JR OF Tanner Mathis: leadoff hitter profile; some pop; above-average speed; good range; good hit tool; 6-0, 180 pounds

561. Hawaii JR OF Breland Almadova: true plus (70) speed; very good defensive tools (range, athleticism, instincts), definite CF range; have heard conflicting reports on arm, ranging from “weak” to “arm is an asset” – looked strong and accurate to me, and it has more fans than detractors from what I’ve heard; enough power to gaps to keep pitchers honest; great athlete with the ceiling of a leadoff hitting centerfielder and the more likely floor of reserve outfielder who can run and catch; 6-1, 200 pounds

562. Virginia Tech JR RHP Patrick Scoggin: 87-90 FB, peak 91-92 as starter; in bullpen, sits 93-95, 96 peak; good sinker; better SL; 80-82 CU that needs work; 77-80 CB; inconsistent command; 6-5, 240 pounds

563. Weatherford JC (TX) FR RHP Jacob Stone: 90-93 FB, 95 peak; flashes plus CB; raw CU; 6-1, 200 pounds

564. Hawaii SR OF Collin Bennett: strong history with wood; good athlete; average at best in CF, above-average in corner; above-average arm, enough for RF; patient approach at plate, will wait for something to drive; defensive versatility could get him drafted, as he can also play a decent 3B; 6-1, 205 pounds

565. Santa Fe (FL) CC SO OF Trey Griffin: above-average speed; great athlete; still believe the bat will come on, but gets less likely with each passing year; like Stewart Ijames, Griffin has been a long-time favorite whom I’ve always looked at as a potential regular big league player – his progress has stagnated, so we’re left wondering what might have been if he had given pro ball an earlier shot; 6-3, 210 pounds

566. Santa Fe (FL) CC FR OF Mallex Smith: plus-plus speed; interesting pop, but needs to put on some muscle; good approach, but could stand to be more patient and take on his role as a potential leadoff hitter; raw, but talented; 5-10, 175 pounds

567. Salt Lake (UT) CC SO OF Dominque Taylor: plus speed; some power upside; average at best arm; very raw bat, but intrigued by hit tool; CF range; 6-0, 190 pounds

568. Maryland SR RHP Brett Harman: 86-90 FB with good natural sink, good command; solid SL that he uses more than any other pitch; CU flashes plus; strong performance in 2010, missed 2011, rebounded with nice 2012 – on/off track record may get him lost in shuffle, but there’s enough here to think of him as a viable mid- to late-round middle relief prospect; 6-4, 220 pounds

569. Austin Peay State SR LHP Zach Toney: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; solid CB; interesting splitter; iffy control; 6-3, 220 pounds

570. Southeast Missouri State JR RHP Shae Simmons: 88-94 FB, 95-96 peak; emerging 81-83 SL that is now well above-average and flashes plus; improved CU; good athlete; below-average control; 6-0, 180 pounds

571. North Carolina State JR 3B Danny Canela: has experience behind the plate, but I’m not sure he’s strong enough back there to be a consistent viable option professionally – if I’m wrong, that’s great news for Canela’s prospect stock; at third, he’s a good enough defender who plays the position as you’d expect a part-time catcher would (i.e. often steady, never spectacular); interesting power potential; quick bat; great arm is biggest defensive asset; 6-0, 210 pounds

572. Indiana (PA) JR 2B Robbie Zinsmeister: good power upside; plus speed; solid defender

573. 2B Forrest Perron (Strongsville HS, Ohio): good approach; smart player

574. 1B Matt Livingston (James Madison HS, Virginia): good defensive tools at first; power upside is there, but yet to be unlocked; 6-4, 200 pounds

575. Mississippi SR 1B Matt Snyder: mature approach pairs well with mature, physical, strong as an ox frame; well above-average raw power; average at best hit tool, but better than that of most college senior sign sluggers; below-average defender; below-average speed; 6-6, 215 pounds

576. Iowa JR LHP Matt Dermody: 87-90 FB, 92 peak; 71-73 CB; CU; SL; good control, but command can come and go; 6-5, 200 pounds

577. Mississippi JR RHP Brett Huber: 89-93 FB; good SL; CB; 78-82 CU; iffy control; 6-3, 190 pounds

578. Rutgers rSO RHP Charlie Law: 87-90 FB with good sink; above-average CU; solid potential with CB; questionable mechanics and command due mostly to a lack of experience on the mound, but might have enough raw stuff – he certainly has the size – to intrigue a team to make a late run at him; 6-7, 235 pounds

579. Elon JR C Alex Swim: good defender; plus arm; love his approach; good runner for a catcher; has the swing, weight shift, and pitch recognition to hit for more power than he’s shown, but still needs to put on some muscle to turn some gappers into home runs; 6-0, 185 pounds

580. Nebraska JR 3B Chad Christensen: steady glove; average arm; converted OF who is currently at SS, so versatility could be his ticket to advancing through minor league system; 6-3, 200 pounds

581. Arizona JR 3B Seth Mejias-Bream: plus athlete; average speed; impressive defensive tools; above-average raw power that currently plays to gaps; 6-2, 205 pounds

582. SS Bobby Zarubin (Santa Fe Christian HS, California): good athlete; above-average speed; plus arm

583. Fresno State rSR RHP Gene Escat: 88-92 FB; good SL; CU; 6-3, 190 pounds

584. Oakland rSO LHP Hayden Fox: 88-92 FB; good CB; gives me the chance to go back and read every post from what might be my favorite website of all time (http://coachfox.blogspot.com); 6-4, 200 pounds

585. Maryland SR RHP Sander Beck: straight 88-92 FB with good command; has shown better movement on FB lately; improving 75-78 KCB; solid CU; up to 92-93 easy peak last summer, but hasn’t maintained velocity gains over time; good 82-85 cutter, also called a SL; stuff has never been much of a question, but his control is a longstanding issue that has yet to be fixed;  6-3, 225 pounds

586. Virginia rJR LHP Scott Silverstein: mostly 86-90 with FB; advanced CU; projectable breaking ball; had low-90s FB pre-surgery; two operations to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder; considered unsignable in 2011, but likely to come out in 2012; reportedly back to low-90s in fall ball 2011; peaking back at 93 in 2012; breaking ball has developed into solid SL; 6-6, 240 pounds

587. Auburn SR RHP Derek Varnadore: 89-92 FB, rare 94 peak; improved SL, has really firmed up – now 86-88 and an above-average pitch; shows CU; good deception; total package adds up to a solid mid- to late-round senior sign and a potential middle reliever if he hangs on long enough; 6-4, 215 pounds

588. San Diego JR LHP James Pazos: 88-92 FB, 93 peak; good CU; SL with upside; has the repertoire, delivery, and demeanor to potentially start in pro ball; 6-3, 225 pounds

589. St. Mary’s SR RHP Kyle Barraclough: 89-93 FB, 94-95 peak; decent SL; effective splitter as CU; power stuff profiles best in short stints as a reliever, a role that he could be quite valuable in professionally; 6-3, 220 pounds

590. SS Lucas Hunter (Central Catholic HS, Oregon): plus speed; 5-11, 160 pounds

591. SS Ryne Shelton (Timberline HS, Washington): plus speed; strong arm

592. North Carolina State JR SS Chris Diaz: average defender at SS with enough pop and speed to profile nicely as a potential utility player across the infield; 5-11, 180 pounds

593. Penn SR RHP Vince Voiro: 90-92 FB with good sink, 93-95 peak; mid-70s CB/SL with plus upside; much improved CU; 6-4, 200 pounds

594. CC Western Nevada SO RHP Tyler Spencer: 90-93 FB, 94 peak; good FB movement; groundball machine; flashes plus SL; iffy command; 6-2, 200 pounds

595. Maine JR RHP Steve Perakslis: 87-91 FB, 92-93 peak; good breaking ball; above-average CU; iffy control; 6-1, 185 pounds

596. UC Irvine JR LHP Matt Whitehouse: 86-90 FB; plus 80-83 cutter; good CU; good 79-80 breaking ball; above-average overall command; rarely has all four pitches working at once – when he does, he looks like a legit pro prospect, but inconsistency has held him back; 6-1, 180 pounds

597. OF Christian Keene (Brookhaven Academy, Mississippi): great athlete; above-average arm; above-average speed; intriguing raw power; 6-3, 200 pounds

598. OF Timothy Robinson (Ocean View HS, California): strong; 6-1, 235 pounds; LF only; weak arm; not fast; big raw power; inherent risk in any bat only prep player, but 60/70 power might be worth it

599. James Madison rSO OF Johnny Bladel: ranked 17th on my pre-season list – that might just go down as a miss on my end; above-average to plus speed; gap power; great approach; good defensive CF; plus arm; will have to answer for his suspension from the team, but by all accounts the incident was more youthful indiscretion than long-term concern; status as redshirt-sophomore combined with down season will make him a tough sign, but I still believe in him and will be first in line pumping him up on a 2013 draft list if it comes to it; 6-0, 175 pounds

600. Georgia Tech SO OF Kyle Wren: plus-plus speed; good CF range; ideal leadoff approach; needs to put on some weight and start driving some balls to keep pitchers honest in pro ball; considered a difficult sign, so wouldn’t be a surprise to see him drop and then return to Georgia Tech for another season; 5-10, 165 pounds

601. UC Riverside rSR RHP Eddie Orozco: 89-91 FB, 94 peak; good command of solid SL; also throws an average CU with the chance for a bit more; 6-4, 200 pounds

602. UC Irvine JR RHP Kyle Hooper: 86-90 FB with good sink, 91 peak; good 72-80 CB, hitting the firmer side of that range in 2012; average 78 CU; 6-5, 220 pounds

603. Holy Cross JR RHP John Colella: heavy 90-92 FB; potential plus CB; 6-2, 215

604. Cal Poly JR RHP Nick Grim: 90-93 FB, 95-96 peak; 78-84 breaking ball (more SL than CB) flashes plus, but below-average most days; shows a CU; iffy command; below-average control; inconsistent velocity appearance to appearance due to odd delivery hitch – his mid-90s peak is often closer to 92-93, but it isn’t a matter of arm strength; 6-3, 190 pounds

605. San Diego JR C Dillon Haupt: plus arm strength; good first year of Division I ball, but could really take off with another year of experience; 6-5, 225 pounds

606. Texas Pan-American SR 3B Vincent Mejia: underrated hit tool; great approach showed why I think he is worth a late pick – even as his average dipped in 2012, his on-base percentage remained above-average; average power upside, currently almost entirely to gaps; below-average speed; similar player to Trenton Moses, but not quite as much power upside or physical strength; 6-0, 215 pounds

607. Arizona Christian JR OF Alex Glenn: plus-plus speed; good pop; tools are there to be elite defender; above-average arm; raw hitter, but lots of upside at plate; USC transfer

608. OF DJ Stewart (Bolles School, Florida): great athlete; good power; strong hit tool; 6-0, 215 pounds

609. New Mexico State JR LHP Ryan Beck: 85-90 FB; very good 72-76 CB; good but inconsistent 78-83 CU; 6-3, 220 pounds

610. Gonzaga JR LHP Tyler Olson: 85-88 FB, 90 peak; holds FB velocity deep into starts; throws both an average to slightly above-average 76-80 SL and CU; also goes to usable 70-72 CB; Olson is a four pitch lefthander with enough of a college track record to get a mid-round look; 6-3, 180 pounds

611. UC Santa Barbara rSR LHP Kevin Gelinas: once regularly lived in the low- to mid-90s (94-95 peak), so if his arm checks out you might see mid-90s peaks again; has always had a good SL when healthy; has pitched seemingly everywhere during his college career, but 2012 season was his longest continuous stretch of good health since his junior college days (pre-UCSB, post-Pepperdine); 6-5, 240 pounds

612. Indiana State JR RHP Dakota Bacus: 86-90 FB, 92-93 peak; good 84-87 SL that flashes plus; average CU with chance for more; in position to potentially surface as a fifth starter/middle reliever (FB/SL) down the line; 6-2, 200 pounds

613. Oral Roberts JR RHP Kurt Giller: 92 peak; good CB; good cutter; good CU; Nebraska transfer

614. Virginia Tech rJR OF Andrew Rash: plus to plus-plus righthanded power, some of the best of its kind in this year’s college class; for all that power and his excellent bat speed, the results have fallen off in a big way after his breakout redshirt-sophomore season; above-average arm; average speed and good instincts help him get by in CF, but profiles best in RF at next level; power will be his carrying tool, so if a team believes that he’ll enough long balls to make up for the overall deficiencies in his offensive game then I think he’ll go high enough to sign; 6-0, 200 pounds

615. Iowa Western CC SO OF Tanner Kreitemeier: very good CF; good speed; plus arm; Nebraska transfer; really interested in the bat; 6-2, 190 pounds

616. Toledo JR RHP Mike Hamann: 88-92 FB, 93-95 peak, but velocity seems to come and go; good 83-86 SL; also throws CB and CU; stuff should play up in shorter stints and he could make it as a FB/SL reliever down the line; 6-3, 170 pounds

617. Texas-San Antonio SR LHP Casey Selsor: 88-90 FB; above-average SL; good athlete who can hit, run, and field his position well; 6-3, 190 pounds

618. Northwestern JR RHP Luke Farrell: 88-91 FB, 92-93 peak; good breaking ball; easy player to root for who has battled back from major health obstacles to reach this point; he fits better as a potential late-round 2013 senior sign, but high character and big league bloodlines could get him picked sooner; 6-6, 200 pounds

619. Baylor rJR 3B Cal Towey: good plate discipline; high marks for work ethic; strong arm; solid strength that he’s worked hard to improve on since enrolling; average speed; has experience in the OF; no glaring weakness to his game, but no standout tool that screams big leaguer – biggest asset may be his defensive versatility; 6-2, 210 pounds

620. Stetson SR 3B Ben Carhart: hasn’t pitched much all that much at college level, but at his best he sits 90-94 with FB. good SL and a 75-77 CB; as a hitter, he shows a great approach, average power to gaps and below-average speed; he hits like a pitcher, but not in a bad way – he shows great knowledge of the strike zone and pitch sequencing, and squares up on balls consistently; I’ve long been a favorite, so why quit now?; 5-11, 190 pounds

621. LSU-Eunice SO C Stuart Turner: very good defender; strong arm; only slightly below-average speed underway (impressive for a catcher, especially one his size), but smart on bases; has shown a quality approach, especially with two strikes; 6-2, 220 pounds

622. Jacksonville State SR C Sam Eberle: decent defender who might fit best at 3B in pro ball; good athlete; strong; good runner for either defensive spot; bat could be above-average if allowed to catch at next level, but he’ll have to improve footwork and speed of release; 6-1, 220 pounds

623. Stanford JR C Eric Smith: took him two years to snag starting spot, but has taken the job and run with it this spring; above-average power to the gaps; good defensive tools that should play at a few different spots – has also seen time at 2B and 3B; 6-1, 190 pounds

624. California SR RHP Matt Flemer: 85-88 FB, 91 peak; pair of effective breaking balls: 71-72 CB and 76-78 SL; good deception; plus command; 6-3, 215 pounds

625. Mississippi State JR RHP Kendall Graveman: 88-91 FB with plus sink; really good 78-81 sinking CU; 75-77 CB; average 83-84 SL; 6-1, 190 pounds

626. Oregon State JR RHP Cole Brocker: 91-94 FB; flashes plus CB; junior college transfer (Sacramento City) who put up interesting enough strikeout and walk ratios to go along with two pitches that could work in a pro bullpen; 6-4, 215 pounds

627. Baylor JR RHP Kolt Browder: low-90s FB, 93 peak; flashes plus breaking ball; stuff has been inconsistent, but there might be enough there, especially if a team saw him on a good day, to get him drafted late; 6-0, 200 pounds

628. Missouri JR LHP Blake Holovach: 88-90 FB, 93-94 peak; good FB command; hasn’t put together the put-away secondary stuff needed to finish off hitters consistently; 6-3, 200 pounds

629. Oklahoma State JR RHP Randy McCurry: 88-92 FB, once was able to get up to 94-95 peak; flashes plus SL; also throws CB and CU at times; great athlete; Tommy John survivor; 6-1, 200 pounds

630. C RJ Ybarra (Riverside Poly HS, California): good power upside; above-average arm strength; 5-11, 200 pounds

631. Penn State rSO LHP Joe Kurrasch: as starter, sits 87-90, 92 peak; can get it a tick or two higher as reliever; average CU; has done a good job getting in better shape over past year, but doesn’t have the depth or quality of stuff to make much of a pro impact at this point; Cal transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds

632. Toledo SR RHP Lincoln Rassi: 87-90 FB as starter, 92-95 FB in relief; good SL; CU; good command; 6-1, 180 pounds

633. Oregon SR RHP Alex Keudell: 85-88 FB, 90 peak with plus sink; cutter; good SL; shows CU; plus overall command; good athlete; Keudell is a college workhorse with a chance to have just enough uptick in stuff in shorter stints to have value as a late-round middle relief prospect; 6-3, 200 pounds

634. C David Real (Boulder Creek HS, Arizona): good raw power; strong arm; good athlete; 6-0, 185 pounds

635. C Boomer White (Memorial HS, Texas): good power; above-average speed; good athlete

636. C Zack Bowers (Harrison HS, Georgia): strong arm; mobile behind plate; good athlete; I think he’ll stick, others don’t; interesting power upside; 6-2, 185 pounds

637. Bradley SR LHP Joe Bircher: 84-88 FB, 90 peak; plus CB; also throws decent chase SL; really good CU; impeccable control; plus command; can go to three pitches (FB-CU-CB) in any count, so it is hard to time his fastball; could start professionally, but the chance his fastball picks up a few miles in relief is enticing; 6-4, 220 pounds

638. TCU rSO RHP Tyler Duffie: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; good SL; iffy control; good three pitch mix lends itself to starting one day, but figures to be a tough sign as redshirt sophomore coming off a year with minimal innings; 6-4, 215 pounds

639. Missouri State rSO RHP Nick Petree: 85-88 FB (90 peak) with plus movement and great sink; good mid-70s SL; better 78-80 CU that flashes plus; strong cutter; also throws CB; has the kind of pitchability typically associated with lefthanded prospects; good overall command; missed 2010 season due to Tommy John surgery; will drop FB down in velocity (more 85s and 86s) to get more movement; when fatigued, FB has dipped to 83-84 but retains above-average sink; plus control; tough to get a feel for his upside, as he relies so heavily on sinkers and variety of offspeed stuff – might have to wait a year or two to get the respect he needs to be considered signable (i.e. he needs to build some of the reputation as college veterans like Hudson Randall and Kurt Heyer to be considered more than just a good college guy); 6-1, 200 pounds

640. Jefferson (MO) CC rSO LHP Dalton Friend: 90-95 FB; good CB; 6-3, 230 pounds

641. Kentucky SR LHP Alex Phillips: 84-86 FB, 88 peak; very good CU; effective 84-89 cutter; plus command; 6-4, 200 pounds

642. Michigan JR SS Derek Dennis: I’m almost certainly alone on this, but I’m not sure there is that much a gap in talent between Dennis and the draft’s consensus top college shortstop Deven Marrero; talent alone, however, doesn’t make a good prospect a good prospect – Dennis’ underwhelming and frequently interrupted by injury run at Michigan has to be taken into consideration; at his best, he still flashes the tools that made him such a highly touted prep prospect; he has average or better tools across board offensively (maybe a little less in raw power at this point) and a flashy glove with good range at SS (when his head is screwed on right); Dennis’ major problems stem from his inconsistent performances inning-to-inning – the idea that he is still a pro prospect at all must drive Michigan fans crazy; 6-3, 190 pounds

643. Azusa Pacific (CA) SR OF Brent Warren: plus runner; good range in CF; above-average power potential, but the process of going from upside to reality has been more drawn out than you’d like to see; good athlete; high profile recruit and Oregon State transfer; even as a four-year college player Warren has untapped potential to his game – he can run, defend, and there’s still enough power yet to be unearthed to make him an interesting upside play; 6-3, 180 pounds

644. Dallas Baptist rJR OF Boomer Collins: good RF arm; average speed, but good instincts helps it play up; average power upside; well-rounded backup outfielder type; Nebraska transfer; 5-11, 200 pounds

645. Riverside CC (CA) FR OF Ryan Garvey: average speed; average arm, probably enough for RF; above-average power upside; strong hit tool; may or may not have the athleticism long-term to stay in outfield, but has experience at first; originally enrolled at USC, but wound up having disappointing year at junior college instead; believed to be much more signable this year; 6-0, 190 pounds

646. UC Riverside JR RHP Mitch Patito: 91-94 FB in short bursts; solid CB; iffy command; below-average control; 6-1, 200 pounds

647. New Mexico JR RHP Austin House: 87-92 FB with good sink, 93 peak; good CU; emerging SL that is now at least average, could be better in time; 6-4, 210 pounds

648. Southern Illinois JR LHP Nathan Dorris: 86-89 FB with good sink, 91 peak; flashes plus CB; Vanderbilt transfer with the chance to be a much better pro than he showed in college, especially from a stuff standpoint; 6-3, 190 pounds

649. Rockhurst (MO) JR RHP Mark Sappington: 88-94 FB, rumors of 96 earlier in 2011 but didn’t have him there in 2012; average SL with above-average upside; iffy control; max effort delivery; 6-4, 220 pounds

650. Wesley (DE) SR SS Rob Benedict: plus speed; strong hit tool; steady defender who should stick up the middle; patient approach; 5-11, 180 pounds

651. Wake Forest JR SS Pat Blair: steady glove; average arm; some sneaky pop to the gaps, but power isn’t his game; great approach and little power likely adds up to a utility infielder ceiling, but Blair’s consistent year-to-year performances and average tools outside of the batter’s box give some indication he may just reach it; 5-10, 180 pounds

652. Texas-Pan American JR SS Angel Ibanez: strong hit tool – not a ton of power, but makes a ton of contact and controls the strike zone well; good speed; above-average arm; smart base runner; good athlete; can handle SS, but has shown defensive versatility to make utility future easy to see; 6-2, 200 pounds

653. Texas-Pan American JR RHP Dusten Knight: 88-92 FB; good CB; average CU

654. Eastern Kentucky rJR RHP Chase Greene: 91-93 FB, 94 peak; good SL; Kentucky transfer

655. Stetson SR RHP Tucker Donahue: 90-93 FB with good sink, 95-96 peak; 77-80 breaking ball needs work; below-average 79-82 CU; iffy command; 6-1, 210 pounds

656. Eastern Kentucky JR RHP Anthony Bazzani: sits mostly 87-88 FB as starter, but can really rev it up in relief: 90-95 FB as reliever, 97-98 peak; plus splitter; promising breaking ball that is inconsistent; control is an issue going forward; 6-4, 200 pounds

657. San Jacinto (TX) JC SO LHP Daniel Stumpf: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; good CU; shows SL with cutter action; 6-2, 200 pounds

658. Miami-Dade (FL) JC SO RHP Myles Smith: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; above-average CU; emerging breaking ball; Missouri transfer; good athlete

659. Kent State SR LHP David Starn: 84-86 FB, 88 peak; throws CU and SL; plus command; plus control; Michael Roth of the MAC; 6-3, 200 pounds

660. Lamar JR LHP Jonathan Dziedzic: stuff is more or less average across board, but gets by on plus-plus pitchability; iffy control

661. North Carolina State JR RHP Ethan Ogburn: 88-91 FB; good CB; 6-4, 200 pounds

662. Maryland SR RHP Michael Boyden: typically sits upper-80s with FB, but velocity spike this spring has him currently between 88-92, 94 peak; shows both CB and CU; iffy control; has value as surprisingly strong armed senior sign; 6-0, 180 pounds

663. Appalachian State JR C Tyler Tewell: has seen lots of time in outfield where he is a well above-average defender, but strong arm and athleticism fit really well behind the plate in the long run; reminds me of Elon’s Alex Swim, especially in how both players are good enough all-around to advance through minors even if they have to move off catcher; 5-11, 185 pounds

664. South Carolina SR LHP Michael Roth: 85-88 FB on his best days; above-average to plus 79-80 CU that he leans on heavily; can mix in occasional SL and 75-77 CB; really good command; just funky and productive enough to have an outside shot as a lefthanded specialist out of the bullpen, but curious whether or not his splits bear this out; 6-1, 210 pounds

665. Missouri State JR 1B Luke Voit: plus power upside; good athlete; strong arm; has ample experience catching, but defense behind the plate has always been a big question – scouts have waited around to see improvement, but it hasn’t come enough to have too many believing he’ll be able to catch full-time professionally, so 1B is likely his most frequent pro spot; could come back for one last year to polish defense behind plate, but has enough thump in bat to warrant mid-round consideration now; full name: Louis Linwood Voit III; 6-3, 225 pounds

666. San Diego SR RHP Paul Sewald: 86-89 FB, 91 peak; solid upper-70s SL; average 80-83 CU; 6-2, 180 pounds

667. 3B Sean Rubalcaba (Grand Junction HS, Colorado): above-average speed; good arm; great athlete; raw talent

668. UC Davis SR LHP Dayne Quist: upper-80s FB; good CU; usable CB; great command; 5-10, 180 pounds

669. San Francisco SR LHP Jordan Remer: 88-91 FB, 94 peak; has added velocity over years; throws both an effective CB and CU; below-average control holds him back from profiling as strong lefthanded setup man; 6-2, 210 pounds

670. Penn State JR RHP John Walter: 87-91 FB, 93 peak; above-average breaking ball; cutter; below-average control; 6-5, 220 pounds

671. New Mexico JR RHP Sam Wolff: 88-92 FB, 94-95 peak; good CB; above-average SL; good CU; smooth delivery; good polish; transfer from San Diego and JC of Southern Nevada who has never been able to have all his pitches working at the same time to put up the results you’d expect from a guy with his level of stuff; 6-1, 190 pounds

672. Wichita State rSR RHP Mitch Mormann: 92-94 FB with great sink, 95-96 peak; average 83-85 SL; raw CU; command a question; one of the draft’s biggest enigmas: his path has not been typical — high school and junior college ball in Iowa, then off to LSU for a year, finally found a home at Wichita State – and he has consistently looked better in fall ball and workouts than in real deal game action; 6-6, 255 pounds

673. Pima (AZ) JC FR RHP Julio Felix (2012): 91-93 FB, 95-96 peak; above-average breaking ball; 6-0, 190 pounds

674. Dallas Baptist SR SS Joel Hutter: steady defender with the chance to stick at SS; enough speed and pop to warrant late-round consideration; 6-1, 210 pounds

675. OF Austin Anderson (Saguaro HS, Arizona): good athlete; CF range; good hit tool

676. OF Isaiah Yates (Clovis East HS, California): average speed; plus arm; strong hit tool; good power projection; 5-11, 185 pounds

678. VMI SR RHP Adam Lopez: 88-92 FB, 94-96 peak; recovering from TJ surgery; 6-5, 220 pounds

679. Austin Peay State rSO RHP Ryan Quick: 95-97 peak; 5-11, 175 pounds

680. OF Spencer Johnson (Parkview HS, Missouri): big raw power; good speed; 6-4, 210 pounds

681. Colorado Mesa SR OF Jeff Popick: good raw power, still largely untapped; good approach; average arm; average speed; 6-4, 200 pounds

682. Florida International JR OF Jabari Henry: good arm capable of holding it down in RF; average speed; enough range for CF, but might be best in corner; big raw power, but a long way away from tapping in; 6-1, 200 pounds;

683. North Carolina State rSR OF Ryan Mathews: interesting prospect who has been consistently hyped dating back to his high school days, but has never been in one place and healthy long enough for scouts to get a good look; at his best he has shown scouts plus speed, average arm strength, and good athleticism; the knock on his game coming into the year was his present below-average power due to a hitch in swing, but the coaching staff at NC State did a good job helping him tap into his significant raw power by making some adjustments at the plate; good range in CF, but probably best in a corner professionally; has slimmed down and improved athleticism over past year; 6-3, 180 pounds

684. Virginia Tech rSO OF Tyler Horan: intriguing power upside; can get too aggressive at plate, for better or worse; good athlete; average speed; good in a corner; plus throwing arm; 6-2, 225 pounds

685. Stony Brook JR OF William Carmona: plus raw power; below-average plate discipline; poor defender at present with below-average range, so a move to 3B, where I’m not sure he’d be much better, may be necessary; plus arm strength – has hit 94 off mound; 6-0, 225 pounds

686. Mount Olive (NC) JR C Geno Escalante: once a highly sought after high school prospect who has since bounced around; I don’t have much in the way of updated information on him outside of the numbers (below), but here’s what I wrote back when he was a prep catcher: defense-first catcher, with a bat that needs plenty of polish to even be considered average; name makes it sound like he should be an East Coast prospect, but he’s a California kid who is committed to attend Cal State Fullerton if he doesn’t get paid; lesser version of Steve Baron in my mind; 5-11, 215 pounds

687. Nevada JR C Carlos Escobar: really good defensive abilities highlighted by excellent footwork and soft hands; above-average arm; despite underwhelming K/BB numbers, takes a really great approach to hitting into each at bat; pretty swing; well above-average bat speed; not a ton of raw power, but can wear out the gaps when locked in; 6-3, 200 pounds

688. Oklahoma City rSR C Chad Carman: plus defender who defends well enough to warrant late-round consideration as potential backup catching option; age (23 as of May 9) works against him, but still could be of value to a team in need of a quality, professional presence to work with young pitching in low-minors; 5-10, 185 pounds

689. Northeastern (CO) CC SO 1B Nick Miller: good defender; plus arm; above-average power with the chance to hit for average power and average contact ability; Nebraska transfer; 6-3, 200 pounds

690. 1B Thomas Stallone (West Boca HS, Florida): good raw power

691. Azusa Pacific (CA) SR 1B Jordan Leyland: plus raw power; strong frame; has battled wrist injuries that have sapped power production in past; UC Irvine transfer; huge 2012 numbers must be viewed in proper context (team combined to hit .323/.400/.514 on season), but good bloodlines, experience, and power will get him drafted; 6-4, 235 pounds

692. VMI SR RHP Mike Devine: 89-92 FB with plus sink, 94-95 peak; good CU; solid SL; throws 89-92 two-seamers with sink after arm injury, mid-90s peak a thing of the past but increased movement makes him a potential reliever professionally if he gets the chance; 6-1, 190 pounds

693. High Point rSO RHP Jamie Schultz: mid-90s FB, 94 peak; flashes plus CB; coming back from TJ surgery; 5-9, 190 pounds

694. Appalachian State JR RHP Nate Hyatt: 93-95 FB, 97 peak; good yet inconsistent SL; iffy command; 6-1, 185 pounds

695. South Carolina JR RHP Colby Holmes: remember seeing him upper-80s FB with room for more coming out of high school; slowly up to consistent 88-91 FB by 2011; similar velocity in 2012, but now peaking at 93; good 80-81 CU with sink, comes out of arm clean; average at best 83-85 SL; also shows occasional CB; fairly standard middle relief prospect with the chance he could start in the low minors; 5-11, 200 pounds

696. Connecticut rJR RHP Scott Oberg: 88-91 FB; good CB; good command; opened eyes with his outstanding 2012 performances (0.99 ERA, 5-0 record); raw numbers alone could get him drafted, though the lack of knockout stuff and good yet not great peripherals are a truer indication of his ability; 6-2, 200 pounds

697. Oklahoma State JR RHP Chase Stevens: 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 78-80 CU; good 76-81 SL/CB; iffy control; good athlete; 5-10, 180 pounds

698. Rice rSO RHP Chase McDowell: 87-93 FB; potential plus CB; shows CU; good athlete; interesting power upside as a two-way prospect who also plays the outfield; Tommy John survivor; injuries have kept his overall innings down (42.2 total IP in parts of three season), but arm strength and ability to spin a breaking ball make him an interesting late-round flier if signable; 6-3, 185 pounds

699. Miami-Dade (FL) JC rSO RHP Michael Heller: 88-92 FB, 94-96 peak; good hard CB; recovering from torn ACL; iffy command; good athlete; 6-2, 190 pounds

700. North Carolina JR RHP Chris Munnelly: 88-91 FB; above-average CU; good breaking ball; plus command; has enough diversity in stuff to continue starting in pro ball, but disappointing junior year could steer him back to college; 6-2, 190 pounds

701. Miami SR LHP Eric Erickson: 88-90 FB; CB; CU; 6-0, 190 pounds

702. Houston rSR RHP Jared Ray: 90-92 FB, 93-95 peak; above-average 78-83 SL, flashes plus; have also heard SL at 86, but unconfirmed and, based on the source, somewhat dubious; iffy 81 CU; two strong pitches makes him a potential middle reliever, but he’ll have to move quick (turned 23 this past February); encouraged to see a return to health and effectiveness in 2012, despite high ERA (6.42 as of 5/15/12); 6-3, 200 pounds

703. Kennesaw State SR 1B Andy Chriscaden: big power; too many swings and misses; not a great overall approach to hitting, but no questioning the power; decent speed; average at best glove; one of many bat-only (power-only, really) first base prospects in this year’s senior college class – where he goes will be determined on drafting team preference and/or an organizational need to get a power bat into the system as quick as possible; 6-4, 220 pounds

704. Wake Forest JR LHP Brian Holmes: pitchability lefthander who leans on 86-88 FB with above-average sink; could have a little more on fastball in future; good CU; shows SL; overall, has a four-pitch mix that he commands well; better college arm than professional prospect, but has put up impressive strikeout totals without a particularly hot fastball; 6-3, 205 pounds

705. North Carolina State JR RHP Ryan Wilkins: 86-91 FB; good splitter; average SL; junior college transfer who did a nice job in first year with NC State; 6-2, 220 pounds

706. Florida State SR RHP Hunter Scantling: 87-90 FB, 91 peak; emerging SL that is still too inconsistent an offering; average CU; good athlete for his size; speaking of his size, Scantling’s physical stature has long been enticing for scouts who have waited for his talent to catch up – at this point in his development, I think it is fairly safe to say that what you see is what you get with Scantling; 6-8, 270 pounds

707. South Florida rSR RHP Derrick Stultz: 93-94 peak FB; 6-3, 190 pounds

708. Tulane rSO RHP Kyle McKenzie: looked like a future star when I saw him in high school: mid-90s FB with a really good CB; injuries have slowed his development, but he could shoot way up draft boards if he returns to Tulane (as expected) and puts together another full, injury-free season; below-average present control; 6-0, 170 pounds

709. 3B Evan Van Hoosier (Green Valley HS, Nevada): good speed; steady defender; strong hit tool; 5-11, 190 pounds

710. 3B Dalton DiNatale (Calvary Christian Academy HS, Florida): good arm strength

711. Arizona JR RHP Tyler Hale: 88-93 FB; two strong secondary pitches in a curve and change; made the note “iffy control” last season and it continues to be what holds him back; 5-10, 170 pounds

712. LSU rJR RHP Joey Bourgeois: 90-92 FB, 93-94 peak; good CU; much improved 73-79 CB; has come back strong from last year’s Tommy John surgery; 6-1, 190 pounds

713. Santa Fe (FL) CC JR RHP Felix Roque: plus 88-92 FB with late sink; plus SL; shows both CU and CB; NC State transfer; 6-4, 220 pounds

714. SS George Iskenderian (Don Bosco Prep, New Jersey): good speed

715. Princeton JR RHP Zak Hermans: 87-90 FB, 92 peak; good 82-84 SL; cutter; shows CU; 6-2, 185 pounds

716. SS Caleb Wood (Valley Vista HS, Arizona): good athlete; good defensive tools

717. Hofstra SR OF Danny Poma: good speed; strong arm; good range; gap power

718. SS Connor Moore (Brophy College Prep HS, Arizona): steady defender; above-average arm

719. SS Vance Vizcaino (Wakefield HS, North Carolina): good fielder

720. Kent State SR SS Jimmy Rider: really steady defender; patient hitter; 5-9, 170 pounds;

721. Samford SR RHP Kyle Putkonen: 90-91 FB; good CU; good 83-84 cutter

722. Hillsborough CC (FL) SO LHP Tyler Alexander: 88-92 FB with sink; good CB; good sinking CU that he relies on; good command; below-average control; great athlete; really rough spring hurts his draft stock, but stuff remains intriguing; 6-1, 180 pounds

723. Arizona JR SS Alex Mejia: flashy glove up the middle with great defensive tools; really strong baseball instincts, especially on defense – he knows when to move in on a ball, when to stay back, how much time he has to make a play, etc.; average speed, maybe 55 on a good day; strong arm; good range; there have been some reports that say he could be tried behind plate or at 3B (he could lack foot speed and/or grow off the position), but I think he’s fine sticking at SS; we’ve made it this far without mentioning his bat, so I’m sure you can guess what kind of projection he has as a hitter; be careful if you’re at work doing a Google Image search with SafeSearch off on “Alex Mejia”; 6-1, 210 pounds

724. Clemson rJR OF Thomas Brittle: plus speed; plus-plus range in CF; one of the most exciting players in college baseball, at least for my money – he’s the kind of guy you’d pay to watch chase down fly balls and run the bases; College of Charleston transfer; 5-8, 170 pounds

725. Tulane JR SS Garrett Cannizaro: solid speed; good defender; potential plus glove at third;

726. Marietta (OH) SR SS Tim Saunders: steady defender; plus arm; good speed; 6-0, 175 pounds

727. Oregon JR SS JJ Altobelli: some pop; plus arm; chance to be well above-average at SS; good speed; intriguing hit tool; 6-1, 190 pounds

728. Shippensburg (PA) SR OF Cody Kulp: plus arm; average speed; good range in RF; above-average raw power; below-average plate discipline, but has shown some improvement; 6-2, 200 pounds

729. South Carolina JR OF Evan Marzilli:  good athlete; plus speed; came into year thinking he had above-average range in CF and plus range in corner, but now think I like him as plus in CF as well – he’s a great, instinctual defender with speed to catch up to almost everything; solid plate discipline; strong hit tool; improving pop, mostly to gaps; though his numbers may not show it, he’s on the short list of most improved players in 2012; 5-11, 175 pounds

730. Samford SR RHP Josh Martin: low-90s FB; very good CB

731. Yale SR RHP Pat Ludwig: upper-80s FB, 91 peak; has enough of a SL to profile as late-round middle relief prospect

732. Tennessee-Martin JR RHP Alec Mills: 88-92 FB; average breaking ball; new CU; plus FB command; 6-4, 170 pounds

733. Nova Southeastern (FL) JR RHP Cody Stiles: 90-94 FB; SL with potential; really good CB; shows CU; below-average control; transfer from UNC; 6-2, 185 pounds

734. SS Jordan Striegel (Indiana): strong arm; above-average range; good speed

735. SS Teddy Turner (Kingwood HS, Texas): strong arm; 6-3, 185 pounds

736. Georgia JR SS Kyle Farmer: good defensive tools, just enough to stick at SS; strong enough arm, average overall; average to just above-average range; good athlete; some pop; average speed

737. Cal State Fullerton JR SS Richy Pedroza: very strong defender; good range; strong arm; great bunter; plus speed, but doesn’t utilize it on the base paths like he could; can play all over the infield; makes good use of his small strike zone; 5-6, 140 pounds

738. Central Arizona JC SO SS Jorge Flores: plus defensive ability alone makes him a prospect of note; contract-oriented, leadoff approach but hit tool isn’t particularly loud; smart on bases, but not really a burner (speed more good than great); 5-6, 160 pounds

739. Long Beach State JR SS Matt Duffy: nice swing; can play average defense at least at all spots on diamond; utility future; 6-2, 170 pounds

740. 2B Brian Almand (Paul VI HS, New Jersey): strong arm; good defender

741. 2B Zachary Lain (Cheyenne Central HS, Wyoming): good athlete; good speed; defensively versatile; 6-2, 185 pounds

742. Rice JR 2B Christian Stringer: average speed; solid defender

743. Missouri State SR 2B Brent Seifert: prepare yourself for lots of averages with Seifert, a rock solid college ballplayer with some big league upside; above-average hit tool; average at best power; average at best speed, and that’s generous; average at best arm; above-average defensive tools, can also handle 3B but arm and range are both stretched to limits there; most impressed by what he’s done with wood; 6-0, 200 pounds

744. Missouri State SR 2B Kevin Medrano: above-average speed; power upside is limited; fringy arm suited for 2B – the inability to play on the left side limits his utility future; good range; plus bat speed helps him make consistent hard contact; 6-1, 160 pounds

745. Santa Fe (FL) CC SO 2B Shane Kennedy: has always hit, but uptick in power has scouts wondering how strong his Clemson commitment really is – as his body has filled out, power has come and come fast; defensive versatility and experience at all four infield positions is a point in his favor; part of me thinks he’s a legitimate draft sleeper right now while part of me wants to see what he can do in the ACC first; 6-2, 190 pounds

746. Eastern Kentucky SR 2B Richie Rodriguez: solid defender; credited for having a tremendous approach and the numbers (below) bear it out; average speed, but uses it well; not the toolsiest player in college ball, but production warrants a look on draft day; 5-10, 180 pounds

747. Louisiana-Lafayette JR LHP Jordan Harrison: all I technically have on him is the following – “battles every at bat, lefty who keeps the ball down, groundball machine”; 6-1, 180 pounds

748. Miami (OH) JR RHP Brooks Fiala: 89-92 FB; average CB; plus CU; also mixes in SL; 6-2, 190 pounds

749. Sam Houston State rSR RHP Justin Jackson: 88-91 FB, 93 peak; good 73-76 CB; 78-81 CU; also throws SL; TJ survivor; 6-4, 200 pounds

750. Dallas Baptist JR 2B Austin Elkins: good athlete; above-average speed; surprising pop for his size, but quick wrists and good pitch recognition helps him drive any type of pitch, hard or soft; interesting prospect on a team full of underrated players; 5-11, 185 pounds

2017 MLB Draft – College Outfielders

  1. Virginia JR OF/LHP Adam Haseley: plus hit tool; average to above-average power, mostly opposite way; good approach; quick bat; easy CF range; above-average to plus speed (buy it), others have it average; average to above-average arm; great athlete; great BA comp: Brad Wilkerson; 82-90 FB, 92 peak; average 76-77 SL; plus upper-70s CU; mid-70s CB; 2017: 86-88 FB; 81-83 cut-SL; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 5.28 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 2.17 ERA) (2015: .250/.355/.322 – 39 BB/53 K – 5/6 SB – 276 AB) (2016: 5.54 K/9 – 2.42 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 1.73 ERA) (2016: .304/.377/.502 – 28 BB/29 K – 3/4 SB – 247 AB) (2017: .390/.491/.659 – 44 BB/21 K – 10/14 SB – 223 AB) (2017: 7.30 K/9 – 2.48 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 3.58 ERA)
  2. JR OF/2B Keston Hiura: plus hit tool; pretty swing; plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; good approach; average to above-average speed, closer to average for me; plus arm when healthy; great feel for game; fine in CF, great in LF; has also played 3B; health of elbow an obvious short-term concern; Callis and BA comps: Rob Refsynder; PG comp: Howie Kendrick; shades of Biggio for me, also Martin Prado; swing shares similarities to Ichiro; easy recent comp is Ian Happ; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .330/.392/.520 – 17 BB/41 K – 1/3 SB – 227 AB) (2016: .358/.436/.539 – 25 BB/44 K – 6/10 SB – 204 AB) (2017: .442/.567/.693 – 50 BB/38 K – 9/15 SB – 199 AB)
  3. Mississippi State rJR OF/1B Brent Rooker: plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; average speed; average to above-average arm, fits best in LF; good athlete; improving approach; 80-83 FB; 74-76 CB; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds (2015: .257/.325/.378 – 7 BB/17 K – 0/0 SB – 74 AB) (2016: .320/.371/.553 – 15 BB/46 K – 2/3 SB – 197 AB) (2017: .392/.498/.820 – 47 BB/56 K – 18/23 SB – 245 AB)
  4. North Carolina JR OF Brian Miller: good hit tool; quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed (I’m in), many others have it less (above-average); great athlete; great approach; above-average CF range; average to above-average power, closer to average for me; average arm; BA comp: Brett Gardner; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .288/.375/.326 – 19 BB/16 K – 10/12 SB – 132 AB) (2016: .345/.440/.469 – 34 BB/29 K – 21/26 SB – 226 AB) (2017: .343/.422/.502 – 38 BB/35 K – 24/30 SB – 271 AB)
  5. Vanderbilt JR OF Jeren Kendall: plus bat speed; can hit it anywhere; above-average to plus raw power; plus-plus speed; plus to plus-plus arm; plus CF range; good approach; good hit tool; D1 comps: Jacoby Ellsbury (BA) and Brett Gardner; PG comp: Andrew McCutchen; reminds me a good bit of Kyle Lewis last year but approach improvements never came; lefty Starling Marte comp is one I like; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .281/.394/.530 – 21 BB/60 K – 19/23 SB – 185 AB) (2016: .332/.396/.568 – 25 BB/62 K – 28/36 SB – 250 AB) (2017: .307/.372/.556 – 24 BB/74 K – 20/24 SB – 261 AB)
  6. Wake Forest JR OF Stuart Fairchild: great approach; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm; average or better power; steady glove in CF, keeps getting better (above-average to plus); average or better hit tool; good athlete; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .349/.429/.497 – 18 BB/40 K – 12/14 SB – 195 AB) (2016: .293/.403/.470 – 39 BB/42 K – 14/17 SB – 232 AB) (2017: .359/.438/.645 – 29 BB/49 K – 20/25 SB – 248 AB)
  7. New Mexico JR OF/LHP Luis Gonzalez: good hit tool; average power; above-average speed; strong arm; CF range; 88-92 FB, 94 peak; 76-78 CB; 74-77 CU; plus athlete; varies arm slot; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: 5.92 K/9 – 5.21 BB/9 – 38.1 IP – 6.16 ERA) (2015: .299/.405/.496 – 23 BB/13 K – 3/4 SB – 127 AB) (2017: .361/.500/.589 – 58 BB/32 K – 14/18 SB – 219 AB)
  8. Cal State Fullerton JR OF/2B Scott Hurst: great approach; not much power; above-average to plus speed; good CF range; plus-plus arm; PG comp: Mark Kotsay; 92-94 FB, 96 peak; FAVORITE; 5-10, 185 pounds (2015: .250/.356/.347 – 19 BB/39 K – 5/6 SB – 124 AB) (2016: .215/.343/.250 – 23 BB/30 K – 4/9 SB – 144 AB) (2017: .330/.421/.592 – 33 BB/33 K – 7/8 SB – 233 AB)
  9. Arizona JR OF/1B JJ Matijevic: plus hit tool; above-average raw power; good athlete; plus bat speed; good approach; strong arm (others disagree); below-average speed, plays up to a little under average; played 2B in 2016 and SS in HS; BA comps: John Jaso, James Loney; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .238/.317/.406 – 15 BB/18 K – 2/3 SB – 143 AB) (2016: .287/.331/.411 – 17 BB/47 K – 2/3 SB – 265 AB) (2017: .383/.436/.633 – 23 BB/38 K – 9/10 SB – 240 AB)
  10. LSU JR OF/1B Greg Deichmann: plus raw power; above-average to plus speed, has ticked down to closer to average over years; strong; great athlete; hurts himself at times by expanding zone and getting self out; can also play 3B; LHH; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: .288/.346/.513 – 19 BB/41 K – 5/11 SB – 236 AB) (2017: .322/.431/.614 – 47 BB/52 K – 5/8 SB – 236 AB)
  11. Stanford JR OF/LHP Quinn Brodey: average to above-average power; above-average to plus speed; CF range, but better in corner; great athlete; strong arm; good approach; 90-91 FB; CB with above-average upside; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: 3.60 K/9 – 9.00 BB/9 – 10.1 IP – 3.60 ERA) (2015: .262/.345/.340 – 12 BB/24 K – 4/5 SB – 103 AB) (2016: .280/.302/.445 – 9 BB/28 K – 8/9 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .314/.371/.556 – 22 BB/33 K – 3/6 SB – 239 AB)
  12. Chipola JC SO OF/1B Reynaldo Rivera: plus raw power; plus arm; average speed; 6-6, 250 pounds (*2016*: .397/.497/.647 – 29 BB/51 K – 3/5 SB – 184 AB) (2017: .438/.534/.865 – 40 BB/43 K – 4/6 SB – 192 AB)
  13. UAB rSO OF/C Brewer Hicklen: above-average raw power; average arm; great athlete; plus speed; plus range; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: .289/.413/.408 – 38 BB/41 K – 22/28 SB – 201 AB) (2017: .328/.422/.586 – 25 BB/52 K – 17/21 SB – 186 AB)
  14. Lipscomb JR OF Michael Gigliotti: above-average hit tool; good approach; really good glove in CF, at least above-average and could be plus; plus to plus-plus speed; good athlete; average arm; average power upside; PG comps: Leonys Martin, Josh Hart; LHH; 6-1, 180 pounds (2015: .336/.409/.448 – 25 BB/31 K – 17/24 SB – 232 AB) (2016: .302/.409/.464 – 31 BB/35 K – 15/19 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .282/.447/.406 – 51 BB/41 K – 31/36 SB – 202 AB)
  15. Arizona State JR OF/LHP Andrew Shaps: easy CF range; great athlete; above-average arm; plus speed; 88-93 FB; dismissed from teach; coach comp: Kole Calhoun; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .321/.360/.443 – 13 BB/37 K – 6/11 SB – 212 AB) (2019: .299/.368/.490 – 14 BB/14 K – 7/12 SB – 147 AB)
  16. Texas Tech JR OF/SS Tanner Gardner: plus defensive upside at either SS or CF depending on who you ask; good approach; sneaky pop; above-average speed; good athlete; FAVORITE; 5-11, 200 pounds (2015: .238/.308/.385 – 13 BB/20 K – 6/7 SB – 130 AB) (2016: .379/.484/.549 – 43 BB/32 K – 6/9 SB – 235 AB) (2017: .305/.395/.485 – 26 BB/31 K – 6/6 SB – 200 AB)
  17. Duke SO OF Jimmy Herron: plus to plus-plus speed; plus arm; power upside; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .324/.418/.440 – 29 BB/25 K – 24/28 SB – 207 AB) (2017: .326/.412/.474 – 29 BB/34 K – 17/24 SB – 230 AB)
  18. Binghamton JR OF/2B CJ Krowiak: easy CF range; plus speed; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .325/.453/.442 – 17 BB/11 K – 5/7 SB – 77 AB) (2016: .314/.366/.368 – 18 BB/12 K – 16/19 SB – 223 AB) (2017: .326/.390/.480 – 18 BB/18 K – 13/18 SB – 175 AB)
  19. Auburn JR OF Jonah Todd: good hit tool; CF range; above-average to plus speed; plus athlete; average at best arm; PG comp: Brett Gardner; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: .376/.460/.471 – 37 BB/28 K – 9/14 SB – 242 AB)
  20. South Carolina Upstate JR OF JJ Shimko: great approach; good hit tool; power upside; plus speed; easy CF range; strong; FAVORITE; 6-1, 220 pounds (2015: .190/.280/.200 – 11 BB/33 K – 1/2 SB – 105 AB) (2016: .292/.383/.373 – 20 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .300/.417/.435 – 38 BB/32 K – 7/7 SB – 207 AB)
  21. Arizona JR OF Jared Oliva: plus to plus-plus speed, others have it less; easy CF range; great athlete; above-average power upside; 6-2, 190 pounds (2015: .272/.340/.390 – 12 BB/33 K – 4/6 SB – 136 AB) (2016: .240/.293/.378 – 14 BB/45 K – 13/18 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .321/.385/.498 – 26 BB/42 K – 10/13 SB – 243 AB)
  22. Oklahoma State JR OF Garrett McCain: good hit tool; good approach; average or better speed, times as high as plus; average power; strong arm; good athlete; 86-90 FB; good CU; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .319/.467/.389 – 11 BB/17 K – 7/7 SB – 72 AB) (2016: .203/.385/.243 – 17 BB/18 K – 11/13 SB – 74 AB) (2017: .388/.491/.549 – 29 BB/33 K – 19/20 SB – 224 AB)
  23. Sam Houston State JR OF Bryce Johnson: power upside; plus to plus-plus speed; great athlete; easy CF range; above-average to plus arm; 6-2, 180 pounds (2015: .310/.392/.364 – 19 BB/28 K – 16/21 SB – 187 AB) (2016: .345/.401/.418 – 16 BB/33 K – 20/27 SB – 261 AB) (2017: .351/.455/.436 – 34 BB/39 K – 33/40 SB – 259 AB)
  24. Clemson JR OF Chase Pinder: plus hit tool; above-average raw power; steady in CF; good arm; average to above-average speed; 5-10, 185 pounds (2015: .256/.360/.375 – 21 BB/22 K – 2/3 SB – 160 AB) (2016: .294/.412/.471 – 43 BB/40 K – 7/11 SB – 255 AB) (2017: .310/.425/.472 – 37 BB/41 K – 13/16 SB – 229 AB)
  25. Miami JR OF Carl Chester: plus-plus speed; plus arm; quick bat; average power upside; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .267/.355/.408 – 18 BB/45 K – 11/14 SB – 191 AB) (2016: .336/.426/.395 – 22 BB/35 K – 16/26 SB – 253 AB) (2017: .281/.367/.402 – 24 BB/21 K – 8/14 SB – 224 AB)
  26. UMass-Lowell SO OF Chris Sharpe: great athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .228/.351/.310 – 28 BB/52 K – 8/8 SB – 171 AB) (2017: .338/.432/.685 – 16 BB/27 K – 6/8 SB – 130 AB)
  27. Houston JR OF/2B Corey Julks: good athlete; above-average speed; plus bat speed; could also be tried at 3B; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .302/.384/.469 – 21 BB/31 K – 3/5 SB – 179 AB) (2016: .332/.409/.439 – 25 BB/34 K – 10/12 SB – 196 AB) (2017: .335/.426/.572 – 35 BB/35 K – 15/20 SB – 215 AB)
  28. UNLV rSO OF Ernie De La Trinidad: power upside; good defender; PG comp: Brian Giles; 5-9, 165 pounds (*2016*: .399/.497/.662 – 24 BB/24 K – 12/15 SB – 148 AB) (2017: .361/.465/.559 – 21 BB/32 K – 12/17 SB – 202 AB)
  29. Stanford JR OF/1B Matt Winaker: good athlete; really good glove at 1B, plus upside; above-average speed; above-average raw power; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .268/.383/.380 – 31 BB/30 K – 1/2 SB – 179 AB) (2016: .254/.356/.360 – 28 BB/20 K – 0/0 SB – 189 AB) (2017: .308/.432/.514 – 42 BB/36 K – 3/6 SB – 208 AB)
  30. Michigan State JR OF/LHP Brandon Hughes: good athlete; above-average to plus speed; easy CF range; above-average arm; BHH; 88-91 FB; 6-2, 215 pounds (2015: .280/.353/.405 – 19 BB/29 K – 3/6 SB – 200 AB) (2016: .303/.393/.404 – 28 BB/39 K – 17/22 SB – 208 AB) (2017: .330/.382/.473 – 18 BB/24 K – 30/36 SB – 203 AB)
  31. Missouri JR OF/2B Trey Harris: power upside; strong; quick bat; good approach; strong arm; good athlete; can also play 3B; 5-10, 220 pounds (2015: .263/.307/.376 – 10 BB/37 K – 6/6 SB – 186 AB) (2017: .268/.388/.508 – 32 BB/27 K – 9/12 SB – 183 AB)
  32. McLennan JC SO OF Chris Roller: plus bat speed; good athlete; above-average to plus speed; easy CF range; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds (2017: .414/.515/.712 – 32 BB/39 K – 32/34 SB – 222 AB)
  33. Cecil County JC SO OF/3B Joe Zirolli: plus raw power; strong arm; good speed; good athlete; 6-4, 225 pounds (2017: .358/.429/.694 – 13 BB/19 K – 3/5 SB – 134 AB)
  34. North Greenville JR OF Clark Scolamiero: above-average to plus speed; above-average arm; CF range; South Carolina transfer; (2015: .214/.274/.232 – 5 BB/8 K – 4/4 SB – 56 AB) (2016: .206/.293/.206 – 4 BB/9 K – 2/3 SB – 34 AB) (2017: .360/.440/.545 – 27 BB/27 K – 29/31 SB – 211 AB)
  35. Stony Brook SR OF Toby Handley: quick bat; above-average to plus speed; strong arm; good hit tool; good glove in CF; 6-0, 180 pounds (2014: .252/.342/.301 – 12 BB/19 K – 12/14 SB – 103 AB) (2015: .330/.427/.423 – 28 BB/26 K – 12/14 SB – 194 AB) (2016: .288/.394/.377 – 31 BB/44 K – 12/14 SB – 191 AB) (2017: .342/.466/.587 – 45 BB/31 K – 18/21 SB – 196 AB)
  36. MIT OF/3B Austin Filiere: above-average power; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds (2015: .436/.552/.798 – 40 BB/33 K – 14/16 SB – 163 AB) (2016: .428/.546/.834 – 30 BB/25 K – 14/15 SB – 145 AB) (2017: .375/.530/.794 – 41 BB/22 K – 16/17 SB – 136 AB)
  37. Francis Marion JR OF Reese Cooley: power upside; above-average to plus speed; strong arm; plus athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: .262/.359/.541 – 22 BB/39 K – 12/13 SB – 157 AB) (2017: .343/.439/.580 – 29 BB/38 K – 6/8 SB – 169 AB)
  38. Clemson rJR OF/1B Reed Rohlman: good hit tool; 6-1, 210 pounds (2015: .356/.412/.466 – 23 BB/35 K – 3/5 SB – 236 AB) (2016: .274/.374/.383 – 33 BB/43 K – 1/3 SB – 248 AB) (2017: .366/.451/.549 – 25 BB/32 K – 1/5 SB – 224 AB)
  39. Nova Southeastern JR OF/1B Jeremy Vasquez: Florida transfer; LHH; 6-0, 210 pounds (2015: .339/.424/.459 – 15 BB/17 K – 1/3 SB – 109 AB) (2016: .291/.387/.358 – 22 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 165 AB) (2017: .317/.453/.614 – 45 BB/36 K – 0/1 SB – 189 AB)
  40. Broward JC SO OF Danny Reyes: plus raw power; RHH; Florida transfer; 6-2, 215 pounds (2016: .269/.278/.423 – 1 BB/10 K – 1/3 SB – 52 AB) (2017: .335/.451/.557 – 27 BB/32 K – 17/20 SB – 176 AB)
  41. Florida State JR OF/LHP Rhett Aplin: power upside; strong arm; 6-2, 220 pounds (2017: .322/.431/.524 – 24 BB/30 K – 4/6 SB – 143 AB)
  42. Maryland SO OF Marty Costes: great athlete; good approach; average at best speed; average or better arm; power upside; LF only type; coach comp: Ron Gant; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-9, 200 pounds (2016: .263/.363/.479 – 28 BB/40 K – 0/1 SB – 190 AB) (2017: .322/.429/.548 – 34 BB/47 K – 5/5 SB – 239 AB)
  43. Hope International JR OF Cameron Baranek: plus speed; above-average power; average arm; CF range; good athlete; PG comp: Kole Calhoun; FAVORITE; 5-10, 185 pounds (2017: .364/.486/.672 – 43 BB/32 K – 20/30 SB – 198 AB)
  44. Mercer JR OF Trey Truitt: above-average power upside; average to above-average speed; 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: .276/.374/.492 – 27 BB/59 K – 4/7 SB – 181 AB) (2016: .335/.430/.636 – 40 BB/67 K – 2/6 SB – 236 AB) (2017: .263/.373/.413 – 31 BB/55 K – 5/6 SB – 179 AB)
  45. North Carolina SR OF Tyler Lynn: good hit tool; power upside; plus approach; good speed; good athlete; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .235/.359/.369 – 24 BB/18 K – 6/8 SB – 149 AB) (2017: .313/.413/.500 – 29 BB/23 K – 6/10 SB – 192 AB)
  46. Maryland JR OF Zach Jancarski: above-average to plus speed; chance to be plus in CF; good athlete; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .257/.348/.327 – 13 BB/16 K – 5/8 SB – 101 AB) (2017: .325/.434/.453 – 33 BB/33 K – 20/30 SB – 234 AB)
  47. Texas JR OF Patrick Mathis: good hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; good athlete; steady glove; LHH; 6-0, 215 pounds (2015: .063/.167/.063 – 2 BB/7 K – 1/1 SB – 16 AB) (2016: .297/.379/.477 – 24 BB/47 K – 4/6 SB – 172 AB) (2017: .245/.376/.432 – 28 BB/42 K – 6/8 SB – 245 AB)
  48. Central Michigan JR OF/1B Daniel Jipping: plus speed; plus power upside; quick bat; strong; good approach; RHH; 6-2, 230 pounds (2015: .281/.372/.444 – 16 BB/45 K – 4/4 SB – 153 AB) (2016: .300/.406/.484 – 32 BB/56 K – 4/5 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .309/.422/.560 – 41 BB/52 K – 4/7 SB – 207 AB)
  49. Rice JR OF Ryan Chandler: above-average hit tool; good approach; plus speed; strong arm; sneaky pop; CF range; FAVORITE; 5-9, 170 pounds (2015: .302/.382/.379 – 25 BB/44 K – 5/12 SB – 248 AB) (2016: .270/.359/.370 – 30 BB/34 K – 7/13 SB – 230 AB) (2017: .267/.375/.407 – 32 BB/51 K – 6/9 SB – 243 AB)
  50. Arizona JR OF Cal Stevenson: good hit tool; above-average to plus speed; above-average arm; average power; good defender; FAVORITE; 5-9, 170 pounds (2017: .311/.448/.461 – 48 BB/36 K – 5/5 SB – 193 AB)
  51. Georgia Tech SR OF Ryan Peurifoy: good speed; plus arm in all phases; above-average speed plays up; great instincts; good glove; CF range; 6-2, 200 pounds (2014: .296/.340/.387 – 11 BB/29 K – 2/4 SB – 142 AB) (2015: .324/.386/.451 – 11 BB/22 K – 1/2 SB – 102 AB) (2016: .237/.276/.333 – 10 BB/48 K – 2/3 SB – 198 AB) (2017: .295/.366/.465 – 21 BB/30 K – 3/4 SB – 200 AB)
  52. North Carolina State JR OF Josh McLain: plus CF range; plus speed; sneaky pop; good athlete; below-average arm; 6-0, 165 pounds (2015: .186/.234/.209 – 2 BB/11 K – 1/2 SB – 43 AB) (2016: .300/.359/.465 – 14 BB/40 K – 13/16 SB – 213 AB) (2017: .313/.354/.471 – 12 BB/35 K – 11/13 SB – 240 AB)
  53. TCU JR OF Austen Wade: above-average speed; power upside; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: .286/.434/.359 – 57 BB/41 K – 13/16 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .355/.463/.523 – 45 BB/47 K – 15/20 SB – 220 AB)
  54. Southeast Missouri State SR OF Dan Holst: plus speed; good hit tool; power upside; great approach; average arm; great in corner, easy CF range; LHH; FAVORITE; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .322/.475/.521 – 55 BB/50 K – 22/26 SB – 211 AB) (2017: .375/.509/.601 – 49 BB/39 K – 13/16 SB – 208 AB)
  55. Memphis SR OF Chris Carrier: power upside; 6-3, 225 pounds (2015: .254/.325/.433 – 9 BB/31 K – 6/7 SB – 134 AB) (2016: .280/.351/.467 – 10 BB/48 K – 15/16 SB – 214 AB) (2017: .330/.438/.641 – 30 BB/40 K – 10/13 SB – 206 AB)
  56. John’s JR OF/RHP Jamie Galazin: plus speed; above-average to plus arm; power upside; plus bat speed; good approach; easy CF range; great athlete; 90-95 FB; SL/CB; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: .227/.261/.273 – 1 BB/6 K – 3/3 SB – 22 AB) (2016: .283/.374/.375 – 19 BB/28 K – 14/16 SB – 152 AB) (2017: .319/.378/.446 – 19 BB/40 K – 13/14 SB – 204 AB)
  57. Butler JR OF Tyler Houston: above-average speed; good athlete; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .324/.405/.447 – 26 BB/15 K – 11/15 SB – 179 AB) (2016: .308/.376/.401 – 17 BB/23 K – 10/11 SB – 182 AB) (2017: .287/.379/.540 – 28 BB/29 K – 18/20 SB – 202 AB)
  58. Cal State Los Angeles JR OF/RHP Sean Watkins: plus bat speed; plus arm; average power; 88-92 FB; 75-77 CB; good 79-82 SL; Loyola Marymount transfer; 5-10, 180 pounds (2015: 7.74 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 57.0 IP – 1.89 ERA) (2015: .266/.331/.455 – 8 BB/34 K – 1/2 SB – 143 AB) (2016: 5.73 K/9 – 4.91 BB/9 – 22.0 IP – 2.86 ERA) (2016: .256/.304/.368 – 7 BB/18 K – 1/1 SB – 125 AB) (2017: .368/.464/.730 – 19 BB/34 K – 5/8 SB – 174 AB)
  59. Mississippi State SO OF/LHP Jake Mangum: above-average to plus hit tool; plus bat speed; plus to plus-plus speed; sneaky pop; plus arm; great athlete; easy CF range; BHH; 88-92 FB with sink, 93 peak; good CB; good 77-79 CU; FAVORITE; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .408/.458/.510 – 14 BB/20 K – 6/7 SB – 206 AB) (2017: .325/.382/.387 – 9 BB/33 K – 14/21 SB – 274 AB)
  60. Mary’s rSO OF Eddie Haus: average hit tool; good approach; above-average arm; 5-10, 175 pounds (2016: .265/.298/.368 – 8 BB/26 K – 4/4 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .335/.398/.520 – 24 BB/23 K – 1/2 SB – 221 AB)
  61. James Madison JR OF Adam Sisk: above-average power upside; above-average speed; good athlete; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: .262/.369/.433 – 25 BB/54 K – 16/19 SB – 187 AB) (2017: .337/.449/.560 – 32 BB/43 K – 14/19 SB – 193 AB)
  62. Dartmouth JR OF/2B Kyle Holbrook: good approach; strong hit tool; power upside; average glove in corner; good athlete; can also play C; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .264/.333/.349 – 13 BB/16 K – 3/3 SB – 129 AB) (2016: .279/.327/.404 – 6 BB/17 K – 0/1 SB – 104 AB) (2017: .329/.395/.461 – 15 BB/13 K – 2/5 SB – 152 AB)
  63. Georgia JR OF Keegan McGovern: strong hit tool; plus raw power; plus athlete; good speed; LHH; 6-3, 250 pounds (2015: .268/.392/.382 – 27 BB/29 K – 2/2 SB – 157 AB) (2016: .263/.374/.395 – 35 BB/46 K – 2/2 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .291/.426/.413 – 35 BB/51 K – 1/2 SB – 189 AB)
  64. North Carolina Greensboro SR OF Dillon Stewart: good speed; strong arm; power upside; great athlete; FAVORITE; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .335/.455/.665 – 45 BB/45 K – 9/11 SB – 209 AB) (2017: .278/.333/.481 – 4 BB/14 K – 4/6 SB – 54 AB)
  65. Grand Canyon JR OF Garrison Schwartz: above-average power; average or better speed; average arm; great athlete; corner outfield profile; summer coach comp (D1): Seth Smith; LHH; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .357/.413/.439 – 22 BB/30 K – 7/10 SB – 196 AB) (2016: .307/.404/.510 – 27 BB/39 K – 4/5 SB – 202 AB) (2017: .303/.413/.530 – 32 BB/41 K – 3/6 SB – 198 AB)
  66. Southern Mississippi JR OF Daniel Keating: plus speed; power upside; good athlete; CF range, but raw; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: .278/.345/.392 – 5 BB/28 K – 8/11 SB – 79 AB) (2016: .303/.401/.486 – 12 BB/46 K – 7/11 SB – 142 AB) (2017: .261/.368/.522 – 17 BB/48 K – 11/17 SB – 161 AB)
  67. Virginia Commonwealth SR OF/2B Logan Farrar: good approach; plus speed; good athlete; strong; sneaky pop; good CF range; below-average arm; 5-11, 200 pounds (2014: .305/.393/.368 – 18 BB/22 K – 10/15 SB – 174 AB) (2015: .307/.392/.423 – 27 BB/29 K – 8/14 SB – 267 AB) (2016: .295/.388/.405 – 25 BB/22 K – 15/19 SB – 227 AB) (2017: .365/.450/.543 – 27 BB/23 K – 4/8 SB – 230 AB)
  68. Maine SR OF/RHP Tyler Schwanz: good athlete; average to above-average arm; good speed; could be really good in corner; power upside; good approach; 88-92 FB, 93 peak; 6-4, 200 pounds (2016: .267/.342/.451 – 17 BB/53 K – 8/9 SB – 195 AB) (2017: .284/.377/.457 – 25 BB/33 K – 4/5 SB – 208 AB)
  69. Cincinnati JR OF/1B Ryan Noda: plus power upside; good athlete; quick bat; strong arm; interesting approach; good glove at 1B; 6-3, 215 pounds (2015: .230/.381/.393 – 39 BB/77 K – 5/13 SB – 196 AB) (2016: .250/.341/.423 – 23 BB/51 K – 7/10 SB – 196 AB) (2017: .236/.388/.478 – 33 BB/68 K – 9/11 SB – 178 AB)
  70. Indiana JR OF/1B Logan Sowers: plus raw power; plus arm, others have it less (average); quick bat; above-average speed; good athlete; above-average defender in corner (for some); 6-4, 220 pounds (2015: .257/.329/.427 – 21 BB/67 K – 4/5 SB – 218 AB) (2016: .273/.377/.466 – 22 BB/36 K – 0/0 SB – 161 AB) (2017: .291/.356/.536 – 20 BB/74 K – 2/3 SB – 237 AB)
  71. Oklahoma State JR OF Jon Littell: plus power upside; plus arm; good athlete; average speed; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: .226/.286/.269 – 8 BB/23 K – 2/3 SB – 93 AB) (2016: .258/.332/.343 – 20 BB/43 K – 4/6 SB – 198 AB) (2017: .262/.348/.402 – 19 BB/43 K – 1/2 SB – 164 AB)
  72. Kent State rSR OF Luke Burch: good hit tool; great approach; plus speed; sneaky pop; good glove; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .360/.442/.441 – 16 BB/25 K – 17/25 SB – 111 AB) (2016: .357/.423/.468 – 29 BB/42 K – 22/28 SB – 235 AB) (2017: .350/.441/.489 – 34 BB/40 K – 13/23 SB – 223 AB)
  73. Air Force SR OF Adam Groesbeck: good speed; 5-10, 175 pounds (2015: .338/.398/.527 – 17 BB/43 K – 21/26 SB – 222 AB) (2016: .378/.453/.583 – 28 BB/35 K – 19/24 SB – 230 AB) (2017: .410/.460/.649 – 17 BB/31 K – 9/11 SB – 222 AB)
  74. Chipola JC SO OF/1B Brody Wofford: good hit tool; power upside; strong arm; average speed; LSU transfer (2016: .242/.254/.306 – 1 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 62 AB) (2017: .328/.412/.508 – 28 BB/41 K – 3/5 SB – 189 AB)
  75. Central Michigan rSO OF/RHP Dazon Cole: plus to plus-plus speed; CF range; plus athlete; average or better arm; has experience at C; 90-94 FB, 95 peak; 83-86 CU, above-average upside; 87 SL; 5-10, 180 pounds (2016: 4.43 K/9 – 9.10 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 3.44 ERA) (2016: .258/.330/.296 – 15 BB/34 K – 5/9 SB – 159 AB) (2017: .268/.344/.366 – 9 BB/21 K – 2/4 SB – 82 AB) (2017: 5.01 K/9 – 4.43 BB/9 – 79.0 IP – 5.92 ERA)

Alphabetical order for the rest…

Air Force SR OF/1B Tyler Jones: plus athlete; 6-1, 200 pounds (2014: .338/.399/.518 – 10 BB/37 K – 7/13 SB – 195 AB) (2015: .301/.400/.497 – 15 BB/45 K – 12/18 SB – 193 AB) (2016: .360/.438/.694 – 16 BB/47 K – 3/6 SB – 222 AB) (2017: .359/.471/.706 – 29 BB/38 K – 3/5 SB – 170 AB)
Albany rJR OF Connor Powers: 6-0, 190 pounds (2016: .271/.358/.390 – 23 BB/35 K – 4/9 SB – 177 AB) (2017: .323/.398/.484 – 23 BB/31 K – 0/2 SB – 186 AB)
Albany SR OF Eric Mueller: good hit tool; good athlete; 6-2, 185 pounds (2015: .279/.361/.331 – 10 BB/31 K – 1/4 SB – 136 AB) (2016: .077/.077/.077 – 0 BB/6 K – 0/0 SB – 13 AB) (2017: .235/.325/.309 – 8 BB/14 K – 1/1 SB – 68 AB)
Austin Peay State rJR OF Cayce Bredlau: above-average speed; 5-11, 200 pounds (2014: .331/.444/.444 – 32 BB/30 K – 14/20 SB – 169 AB) (2015: .304/.403/.474 – 29 BB/41 K – 4/9 SB – 171 AB) (2016: .353/.389/.618 – 2 BB/5 K – 1/1 SB – 34 AB) (2017: .287/.407/.551 – 34 BB/33 K – 2/2 SB – 178 AB)
Baton Rouge JC SO OF James Mauldin: big power; good speed; good arm; good defender; good athlete (2017: .364/.445/.652 – 25 BB/35 K – 36/37 SB – 184 AB)
Baylor rJR OF/1B Kameron Esthay: power upside; LHH; 6-0, 210 pounds (2015: .323/.380/.477 – 12 BB/35 K – 5/7 SB – 155 AB) (2016: .307/.370/.438 – 19 BB/38 K – 2/2 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .283/.380/.488 – 30 BB/52 K – 4/5 SB – 205 AB)
Baylor rSO OF Richard Cunningham: good athlete; 5-10, 190 pounds (2016: .287/.386/.478 – 19 BB/35 K – 3/4 SB – 178 AB) (2017: .306/.365/.518 – 11 BB/37 K – 2/3 SB – 170 AB)
Binghamton SR OF Darian Herncane: power upside; above-average speed; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .111/.314/.185 – 8 BB/19 K – 2/2 SB – 27 AB) (2016: .198/.337/.444 – 16 BB/38 K – 4/5 SB – 81 AB) (2017: .220/.376/.381 – 28 BB/42 K – 8/10 SB – 118 AB)
Boston College SR OF/RHP Michael Strem: average speed; CF range; 5-10, 180 pounds (2015: .296/.379/.437 – 29 BB/40 K – 6/8 SB – 206 AB) (2016: .301/.377/.384 – 24 BB/47 K – 7/14 SB – 219 AB) (2017: .247/.333/.343 – 27 BB/36 K – 9/9 SB – 198 AB)
Brown SR OF Rob Henry: good athlete; above-average arm; good glove; CF range; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds (2014: .245/.318/.288 – 9 BB/25 K – 2/6 SB – 139 AB) (2015: .363/.430/.531 – 18 BB/20 K – 7/9 SB – 160 AB) (2016: .263/.345/.375 – 17 BB/25 K – 3/5 SB – 152 AB) (2017: .317/.422/.482 – 20 BB/30 K – 9/14 SB – 139 AB)
Butler JR OF Gehrig Parker: 5-11, 190 pounds (2015: .083/.298/.139 – 11 BB/6 K – 4/4 SB – 36 AB) (2016: .244/.308/.364 – 13 BB/34 K – 2/4 SB – 176 AB) (2017: .294/.381/.494 – 18 BB/24 K – 4/5 SB – 170 AB)
Cal Poly JR OF Elijah Skipps: power upside; Arizona transfer; 6-2, 235 pounds (2017: .252/.368/.384 – 26 BB/36 K – 1/3 SB – 159 AB)
Cal State Fullerton JR OF Chris Prescott: good speed; good athlete; 6-1, 180 pounds (2017: .237/.320/.272 – 12 BB/15 K – 3/4 SB – 114 AB)
Cal State Fullerton SR OF Hunter Cullen: good glove; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .225/.238/.250 – 1 BB/9 K – 0/1 SB – 40 AB) (2017: .272/.347/.428 – 18 BB/36 K – 11/11 SB – 180 AB)
Cal State Northridge JR OF Riley Conlan: 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .250/.379/.398 – 13 BB/25 K – 1/2 SB – 108 AB)
Cal State Northridge rSO OF Michael Russo: plus speed; 6-1, 215 pounds (2016: .154/.267/.231 – 0 BB/3 K – 0/0 SB – 13 AB) (2017: .239/.300/.304 – 2 BB/8 K – 1/2 SB – 46 AB)
Campbell JR OF/1B Jeff Hahs: 6-3, 225 pounds (2017: .313/.422/.552 – 32 BB/37 K – 10/13 SB – 192 AB)
Campbell rSR OF/RHP Cole Hallum: TJ survivor; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: .327/.426/.599 – 16 BB/32 K – 4/7 SB – 162 AB) (2015: 5.88 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 26.0 IP – 1.04 ERA) (2016: .211/.423/.211 – 3 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 19 AB) (2017: .313/.422/.552 – 32 BB/37 K – 10/13 SB – 192 AB) (2017: 9.00 K/9 – 5.40 BB/9 – 20.0 IP – 6.30 ERA)
Campbell SR OF/3B Drew Butler: 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: .301/.365/.327 – 8 BB/28 K – 14/18 SB – 156 AB) (2017: .317/.426/.398 – 33 BB/39 K – 38/43 SB – 221 AB)
Central Connecticut State SR OF Franklin Jennings: above-average to plus speed; great athlete; 6-1, 190 pounds (2014: .262/.322/.285 – 12 BB/20 K – 4/5 SB – 130 AB) (2015: .265/.311/.315 – 8 BB/25 K – 16/19 SB – 181 AB) (2016: .300/.336/.342 – 6 BB/9 K – 4/9 SB – 120 AB) (2017: .327/.384/.403 – 18 BB/19 K – 13/17 SB – 211 AB)
Central Florida SR OF Eli Putnam: power upside; above-average speed; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .287/.340/.410 – 12 BB/38 K – 10/12 SB – 188 AB) (2017: .315/.380/.496 – 17 BB/74 K – 16/17 SB – 248 AB)
Central Florida SR OF Luke Hamblin: good speed; good approach; 6-2, 180 pounds (2016: .248/.361/.282 – 36 BB/38 K – 14/19 SB – 206 AB) (2017: .292/.412/.389 – 45 BB/46 K – 19/22 SB – 226 AB)
Charleston Southern JR OF Chris Singleton: 6-0, 175 pounds (2015: .245/.299/.308 – 10 BB/36 K – 1/3 SB – 159 AB) (2016: .332/.395/.466 – 19 BB/35 K – 8/10 SB – 193 AB) (2017: .276/.348/.404 – 22 BB/50 K – 18/20 SB – 203 AB)
Charlotte SR OF TJ Nichting: good speed; strong arm; BHH; 5-11, 190 pounds (2015: .198/.236/.281 – 9 BB/20 K – 1/2 SB – 192 AB) (2016: .358/.388/.502 – 12 BB/19 K – 2/3 SB – 229 AB) (2017: .373/.411/.529 – 17 BB/22 K – 16/20 SB – 244 AB)
Cincinnati JR OF Treg Haberkorn: plus CF range; good speed; 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .264/.367/.396 – 20 BB/55 K – 14/15 SB – 182 AB) (2017: .157/.254/.324 – 9 BB/33 K – 4/4 SB – 108 AB)
Cincinnati SO OF AJ Bumpass: power upside; good speed; 6-2, 190 pounds (2016: .172/.258/.310 – 9 BB/29 K – 6/8 SB – 87 AB) (2017: .287/.384/.491 – 33 BB/48 K – 5/11 SB – 216 AB)
Cincinnati SR OF RJ Thompson: 5-10, 190 pounds (2016: .233/.319/.283 – 18 BB/24 K – 10/17 SB – 180 AB) (2017: .350/.426/.493 – 31 BB/29 K – 3/8 SB – 223 AB)
Clemson JR OF Drew Wharton: above-average speed; above-average arm; interesting bat; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .281/.297/.344 – 2 BB/9 K – 1/1 SB – 32 AB) (2016: .154/.324/.154 – 7 BB/10 K – 0/0 SB – 26 AB) (2017: .214/.277/.238 – 3 BB/9 K – 1/1 SB – 42 AB)
Clemson rSO OF KJ Bryant: plus speed; plus arm; quick bat; really good glove; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .257/.337/.351 – 8 BB/21 K – 1/1 SB – 74 AB) (2017: .211/.318/.316 – 4 BB/5 K – 3/3 SB – 38 AB)
Clemson rSR OF Weston Jackson: average speed; power upside; Presbyterian transfer; 5-10, 180 pounds (2014: .300/.372/.338 – 11 BB/26 K – 4/6 SB – 130 AB) (2015: .395/.435/.698 – 3 BB/6 K – 2/3 SB – 43 AB) (2016: .341/.419/.613 – 29 BB/43 K – 9/11 SB – 217 AB) (2017: .254/.349/.500 – 16 BB/37 K – 2/3 SB – 130 AB)
Coastal Carolina JR OF Dalton Ewing: plus athlete; average or better speed; plus arm; average to above-average raw power; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .400/.500/.400 – 1 BB/2 K – 0/0 SB – 10 AB) (2016: .133/.341/.333 – 7 BB/15 K – 8/9 SB – 30 AB) (2017: .273/.331/.489 – 10 BB/53 K – 5/7 SB – 221 AB)
Coastal Carolina JR OF/2B Billy Cooke: average hit tool; above-average to plus speed; CF range; average arm; BA comp: Shane Robinson; 5-10, 175 pounds (2015: .148/.303/.185 – 5 BB/6 K – 3/4 SB – 27 AB) (2016: .324/.415/.429 – 31 BB/38 K – 27/34 SB – 238 AB) (2017: .353/.479/.587 – 38 BB/30 K – 21/27 SB – 201 AB)
Connecticut rJR OF Isaac Feldstein: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: .264/.346/.457 – 20 BB/56 K – 3/3 SB – 208 AB)
Cornell JR OF Dale Wickham: 5-11, 175 pounds (2016: .290/.351/.507 – 10 BB/20 K – 5/7 SB – 138 AB) (2017: .406/.482/.531 – 10 BB/13 K – 4/5 SB – 96 AB)
Creighton SR OF Riley Landuyt: good speed; power upside; 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: .103/.182/.138 – 1 BB/5 K – 0/0 SB – 29 AB) (2017: .243/.341/.372 – 12 BB/31 K – 0/2 SB – 148 AB)
Dallas Baptist SR OF/3B Austin Listi: 6-0, 210 pounds (2013: .243/.345/.439 – 23 BB/51 K – 5/8 SB – 214 AB) (2014: .285/.380/.477 – 24 BB/44 K – 4/5 SB – 235 AB) (2016: .292/.409/.562 – 26 BB/43 K – 4/5 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .336/.454/.735 – 45 BB/61 K – 1/2 SB – 238 AB)
Davidson JR OF Cam Johnson: good speed; 5-11, 175 pounds (2015: .320/.457/.360 – 8 BB/5 K – 1/1 SB – 25 AB) (2016: .297/.435/.365 – 15 BB/11 K – 4/5 SB – 74 AB) (2017: .265/.381/.445 – 43 BB/41 K – 5/5 SB – 238 AB)
Davidson SR OF Will Robertson: 6-2, 190 pounds (2015: .275/.368/.325 – 10 BB/16 K – 1/1 SB – 80 AB) (2016: .210/.262/.360 – 4 BB/18 K – 5/5 SB – 100 AB) (2017: .336/.405/.644 – 20 BB/30 K – 4/5 SB – 247 AB)
Dayton rSR OF Mitch Coughlin: 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .340/.417/.396 – 7 BB/9 K – 4/7 SB – 53 AB) (2016: .243/.305/.289 – 10 BB/20 K – 6/7 SB – 152 AB) (2017: .274/.380/.363 – 16 BB/20 K – 15/19 SB – 135 AB)
Delaware rSR OF Jordan Glover: good speed; 6-1, 180 pounds (2016: .360/.443/.555 – 24 BB/35 K – 22/25 SB – 200 AB) (2017: .339/.425/.575 – 24 BB/32 K – 24/25 SB – 186 AB)
Duke JR OF Michael Smicicklas: good speed; 6-3, 185 pounds (2015: .215/.311/.277 – 4 BB/22 K – 2/2 SB – 65 AB) (2016: .258/.379/.340 – 14 BB/35 K – 4/6 SB – 97 AB) (2017: .302/.385/.436 – 12 BB/24 K – 2/2 SB – 149 AB)
Duke rSR OF/1B Jalen Phillips: average speed; above-average to plus arm; average power upside; good glove at 1B; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .237/.276/.392 – 12 BB/60 K – 2/6 SB – 186 AB) (2016: .178/.260/.333 – 5 BB/8 K – 0/0 SB – 45 AB) (2017: .189/.282/.367 – 10 BB/27 K – 1/3 SB – 90 AB)
East Carolina JR OF TJ Riles: good speed; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .250/.360/.388 – 15 BB/35 K – 3/4 SB – 116 AB)
East Tennessee State JR OF Aaron Maher: good speed; strong arm; good glove; 6-4, 235 pounds (2015: .317/.333/.413 – 4 BB/20 K – 0/0 SB – 104 AB) (2016: .315/.401/.525 – 29 BB/32 K – 14/19 SB – 219 AB) (2017: .324/.391/.473 – 25 BB/33 K – 15/16 SB – 256 AB)
Elon SR OF Kyle Jackson: above-average to plus power upside; 5-10, 200 pounds (2016: .278/.398/.560 – 37 BB/58 K – 9/10 SB – 209 AB) (2017: .304/.374/.551 – 24 BB/54 K – 9/10 SB – 214 AB)
Fairfield JR OF Drew Arciuolo: good speed; 5-11, 180 pounds (2016: .271/.354/.341 – 28 BB/39 K – 19/22 SB – 229 AB) (2017: .326/.392/.405 – 23 BB/27 K – 16/22 SB – 227 AB)
Fairfield SR OF Troy Scocca: 5-11, 185 pounds (2015: .262/.333/.383 – 11 BB/19 K – 4/4 SB – 107 AB) (2016: .283/.377/.434 – 28 BB/33 K – 5/8 SB – 198 AB) (2017: .330/.405/.542 – 25 BB/27 K – 5/7 SB – 203 AB)
Florida Atlantic rJR OF David Miranda: good approach; 6-0, 210 pounds (2017: .319/.403/.590 – 24 BB/47 K – 2/3 SB – 210 AB)
Florida Atlantic rSR OF Jared Shouppe: above-average speed; power upside; good athlete; 6-1, 185 pounds (2017: .293/.429/.479 – 26 BB/27 K – 5/8 SB – 140 AB)
Florida Gulf Coast JR OF Eli Lovell: above-average speed; power upside; 6-1, 250 pounds (2017: .283/.397/.448 – 35 BB/65 K – 2/2 SB – 212 AB)
Florida Gulf Coast rJR OF Gage Morey: good CF; 5-9, 180 pounds (2014: .280/.335/.355 – 14 BB/30 K – 14/17 SB – 211 AB) (2016: .271/.351/.291 – 20 BB/47 K – 7/11 SB – 203 AB) (2017: .289/.412/.348 – 37 BB/35 K – 11/15 SB – 201 AB)
Florida State SR OF/3B Hank Truluck: 6-1, 190 pounds (2014: .286/.483/.333 – 7 BB/7 K – 2/2 SB – 21 AB) (2015: .288/.435/.342 – 17 BB/24 K – 3/4 SB – 73 AB) (2016: .204/.344/.327 – 7 BB/17 K – 0/0 SB – 49 AB) (2017: .250/.455/.458 – 4 BB/11 K – 1/3 SB – 24 AB)
Fordham SR OF Jason Lundy: 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .268/.335/.330 – 14 BB/32 K – 4/5 SB – 194 AB) (2017: .240/.326/.351 – 14 BB/27 K – 7/10 SB – 154 AB)
George Mason JR OF Brady Acker: above-average speed; strong; 5-11, 200 pounds (2015: .301/.366/.425 – 10 BB/22 K – 5/6 SB – 146 AB) (2016: .352/.419/.519 – 6 BB/11 K – 4/4 SB – 54 AB) (2017: .266/.361/.414 – 24 BB/68 K – 4/6 SB – 203 AB)
George Mason JR OF/C Tyler Nelin: 5-11, 185 pounds (2015: .291/.348/.424 – 9 BB/41 K – 2/3 SB – 165 AB) (2016: .254/.361/.362 – 23 BB/38 K – 1/3 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .296/.405/.514 – 26 BB/48 K – 5/7 SB – 216 AB)
George Mason rJR OF Frank Sturek: 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .239/.357/.327 – 34 BB/41 K – 13/17 SB – 205 AB)
George Washington JR OF Mark Osis: 6-2, 215 pounds (2016: .368/.418/.420 – 11 BB/17 K – 15/21 SB – 174 AB) (2017: .282/.372/.374 – 20 BB/37 K – 16/19 SB – 206 AB)
George Washington SR OF Andrew Selby: 5-11, 190 pounds (2015: .277/.366/.486 – 22 BB/36 K – 3/7 SB – 177 AB) (2016: .260/.354/.312 – 22 BB/33 K – 5/9 SB – 173 AB) (2017: .302/.376/.412 – 20 BB/32 K – 9/13 SB – 199 AB)
George Washington SR OF Joey Bartosic: plus speed; CF range; leadoff approach; 6-0, 190 pounds (2014: .298/.338/.305 – 9 BB/16 K – 20/25 SB – 151 AB) (2015: .327/.380/.369 – 17 BB/16 K – 21/25 SB – 214 AB) (2016: .349/.375/.410 – 8 BB/16 K – 19/25 SB – 249 AB) (2017: .333/.395/.405 – 24 BB/18 K – 24/31 SB – 237 AB)
Georgetown JR OF Austin Shirley: 5-8, 160 pounds (2015: .236/.382/.252 – 22 BB/20 K – 10/10 SB – 127 AB) (2016: .246/.351/.308 – 18 BB/18 K – 5/6 SB – 130 AB) (2017: .273/.442/.333 – 9 BB/7 K – 1/1 SB – 33 AB)
Georgetown JR OF Michael DeRenzi: good speed; 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .332/.372/.459 – 11 BB/48 K – 26/27 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .330/.397/.457 – 21 BB/53 K – 12/18 SB – 221 AB)
Georgetown rSR OF Zach Racusin: Marist transfer; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .342/.409/.409 – 19 BB/10 K – 10/13 SB – 225 AB)
Georgia State SR OF/3B Ryan Blanton: plus speed; 5-11, 180 pounds (2014: .238/.336/.333 – 13 BB/22 K – 6/7 SB – 105 AB) (2015: .330/.401/.540 – 22 BB/29 K – 5/7 SB – 176 AB) (2016: .255/.360/.420 – 32 BB/42 K – 10/11 SB – 200 AB) (2017: .302/.415/.493 – 39 BB/37 K – 9/12 SB – 205 AB)
Georgia Tech rSR OF Coleman Poje: 6-2, 215 pounds (2016: .214/.314/.429 – 5 BB/12 K – 1/1 SB – 28 AB) (2017: .275/.365/.510 – 24 BB/66 K – 3/3 SB – 200 AB)
Gonzaga JR OF/RHP Tyler Frost: good hit tool; above-average speed; good CF; 87-92 FB with sink; good SL; CU; good command; PG comp: Marco Gonzales; 5-10, 175 pounds (2015: .268/.324/.420 – 9 BB/37 K – 2/4 SB – 157 AB) (2015: 4.38 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 36.2 IP – 7.05 ERA) (2016: .309/.377/.483 – 23 BB/54 K – 2/6 SB – 230 AB) (2017: .284/.372/.442 – 25 BB/39 K – 2/4 SB – 215 AB)
Hartford JR OF Nick Campana: 6-1, 180 pounds (2015: .264/.290/.330 – 7 BB/32 K – 2/7 SB – 197 AB) (2016: .200/.247/.247 – 6 BB/17 K – 5/5 SB – 85 AB) (2017: .307/.339/.450 – 11 BB/23 K – 11/13 SB – 202 AB)
High Point JR OF Austen Zente: 5-11, 190 pounds (2016: .286/.355/.376 – 11 BB/49 K – 26/33 SB – 189 AB) (2017: .281/.400/.498 – 20 BB/40 K – 14/19 SB – 203 AB)
High Point JR OF/RHP Carson Jackson: plus arm; plus speed; power upside; great athlete; can also play 1B and 3B; 90-93 FB; 6-1, 215 pounds (2015: .311/.367/.393 – 15 BB/34 K – 7/12 SB – 196 AB) (2016: .307/.368/.486 – 14 BB/41 K – 8/9 SB – 218 AB) (2016: 12.18 K/9 – 9.47 BB/9 – 13.1 IP – 2.70 ERA) (2017: .283/.341/.473 – 15 BB/48 K – 13/13 SB – 205 AB)
High Point rSR OF Tim Mansfield: 5-9, 190 pounds (2014: .302/.418/.349 – 8 BB/9 K – 1/3 SB – 43 AB) (2015: .143/.250/.143 – 2 BB/4 K – 1/2 SB – 14 AB) (2016: .297/.420/.391 – 28 BB/12 K – 10/15 SB – 138 AB) (2017: .311/.394/.379 – 18 BB/15 K – 3/10 SB – 132 AB)
High Point SR OF Josh Greene: plus speed; good CF range; good approach; sneaky pop; 5-9, 180 pounds (2014: .276/.368/.398 – 19 BB/58 K – 9/12 SB – 196 AB) (2015: .355/.441/.532 – 26 BB/35 K – 13/17 SB – 186 AB) (2016: .211/.319/.333 – 23 BB/54 K – 3/6 SB – 180 AB) (2017: .290/.379/.467 – 20 BB/38 K – 22/27 SB – 169 AB)
Illinois rJR OF Dan Rowbottom: 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: .267/.344/.304 – 18 BB/11 K – 4/4 SB – 161 AB) (2017: .205/.313/.337 – 12 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 83 AB)
Illinois rSO OF Zac Taylor: good speed; good glove; Houston transfer (sitting in ‘17); 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .266/.365/.379 – 20 BB/24 K – 13/15 SB – 124 AB) (2016: .250/.354/.333 – 14 BB/18 K – 19/23 SB – 156 AB)
Illinois SR OF/1B Pat McInerney: 6-5, 240 pounds (2015: .290/.374/.425 – 21 BB/29 K – 2/4 SB – 186 AB) (2016: .301/.373/.456 – 19 BB/38 K – 3/4 SB – 193 AB) (2017: .309/.416/.593 – 33 BB/40 K – 8/9 SB – 194 AB)
Indiana JR OF Laren Eustace: easy plus speed; plus CF range; 5-9, 175 pounds (2015: .207/.324/.276 – 3 BB/6 K – 3/4 SB – 29 AB) (2016: .248/.365/.381 – 14 BB/21 K – 6/8 SB – 105 AB) (2017: .237/.378/.322 – 11 BB/20 K – 6/8 SB – 59 AB)
Indiana SR OF Alex Krupa: good speed; good approach; good hit tool; 5-8, 180 pounds (2016: .281/.363/.313 – 17 BB/40 K – 14/18 SB – 160 AB) (2017: .265/.348/.420 – 16 BB/27 K – 12/15 SB – 181 AB)
Indiana SR OF Craig Dedelow: strong hit tool; good CF range, great in corner; 6-4, 200 pounds (2014: .232/.299/.290 – 7 BB/12 K – 1/1 SB – 69 AB) (2015: .325/.375/.496 – 19 BB/40 K – 5/7 SB – 234 AB) (2016: .302/.359/.453 – 17 BB/40 K – 2/3 SB – 232 AB) (2017: .258/.336/.563 – 21 BB/56 K – 2/4 SB – 240 AB)
Iowa rSO OF Chris Whelan: Bradley transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .309/.435/.464 – 32 BB/40 K – 6/9 SB – 207 AB)
Jackson State JR OF Bryce Brown: plus to plus-plus speed; 6-0, 180 pounds (2016: .360/.492/.538 – 32 BB/38 K – 21/24 SB – 186 AB) (2017: .374/.514/.448 – 36 BB/36 K – 27/31 SB – 163 AB)
Jacksonville rSR OF Nathan Koslowski: good approach; 5-11, 190 pounds (2015: .289/.350/.344 – 9 BB/13 K – 5/6 SB – 90 AB) (2016: .241/.291/.352 – 11 BB/27 K – 5/5 SB – 145 AB) (2017: .329/.407/.448 – 30 BB/34 K – 5/10 SB – 252 AB)
James Madison JR OF Michael Sciorra: 6-1, 175 pounds (2015: .262/.315/.341 – 11 BB/39 K – 8/8 SB – 164 AB) (2016: .261/.344/.357 – 16 BB/37 K – 5/7 SB – 157 AB) (2017: .322/.438/.537 – 18 BB/29 K – 9/12 SB – 121 AB)
Kansas State JR OF Hanz Harker: 6-2, 200 pounds (2017: .246/.362/.410 – 23 BB/29 K – 4/6 SB – 122 AB)
Kansas State JR OF Kyle Barfield: 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: .291/.337/.465 – 5 BB/22 K – 2/2 SB – 86 AB)
Kennesaw State rJR OF Taylor Allum: 6-3, 210 pounds (2015: .320/.364/.430 – 7 BB/19 K – 0/0 SB – 128 AB) (2016: .222/.333/.306 – 17 BB/12 K – 1/3 SB – 108 AB) (2017: .321/.438/.598 – 37 BB/41 K – 2/5 SB – 184 AB)
Kennesaw State SR OF/LHP Chris Erwin: 88-92 FB; good breaking ball; good speed; good glove; good athlete; 6-0, 180 pounds (2014: 6.91 K/9 – 5.02 BB/9 – 42 IP – 3.14 ERA) (2015: 9.60 K/9 – 4.05 BB/9 – 60.1 IP – 4.95 ERA) (2015: .332/.369/.487 – 12 BB/29 K – 6/8 SB – 199 AB) (2016: 7.92 K/9 – 3.84 BB/9 – 75.0 IP – 5.76 ERA) (2016: .323/.379/.449 – 10 BB/24 K – 1/1 SB – 127 AB) (2017: .342/.441/.510 – 23 BB/31 K – 3/4 SB – 149 AB) (2017: 5.72 K/9 – 9.10 BB/9 – 34.2 IP – 4.15 ERA)
Kentucky SR OF Zach Reks: good range; Air Force transfer; LHH; 6-2, 190 pounds (2016: .331/.425/.500 – 22 BB/20 K – 3/5 SB – 154 AB) (2017: .352/.461/.471 – 42 BB/26 K – 15/18 SB – 244 AB)
Lamar SR OF Reid Russell: plus power upside; good approach; FAVORITE; 6-3, 225 pounds (2016: .354/.410/.665 – 19 BB/63 K – 3/3 SB – 209 AB) (2017: .317/.427/.511 – 41 BB/45 K – 6/6 SB – 221 AB)
Lehigh SR OF/C Jacen Nalesnik: good athlete; power upside; average to above-average speed; 6-2, 230 pounds (2014: .255/.327/.276 – 10 BB/14 K – 1/3 SB – 98 AB) (2015: .303/.365/.403 – 15 BB/41 K – 11/13 SB – 201 AB) (2016: .333/.419/.533 – 23 BB/42 K – 9/10 SB – 210 AB) (2017: .321/.397/.606 – 23 BB/31 K – 9/10 SB – 193 AB)
Liberty SR OF Will Shepherd: good hit tool; strong; power upside; average to above-average speed; average to above-average arm; too aggressive; good athlete; RHH; 5-10, 200 pounds (2014: .273/.330/.333 – 15 BB/45 K – 5/7 SB – 198 AB) (2015: .235/.321/.398 – 16 BB/33 K – 16/19 SB – 166 AB) (2016: .328/.390/.502 – 25 BB/37 K – 11/17 SB – 235 AB) (2017: .257/.318/.388 – 11 BB/40 K – 6/6 SB – 183 AB)
Lipscomb SO OF Von Watson: plus athlete; power upside; good speed; strong arm; 6-2, 220 pounds (2016: .275/.371/.392 – 22 BB/47 K – 6/8 SB – 171 AB) (2017: .265/.333/.367 – 8 BB/29 K – 5/5 SB – 98 AB)
Longwood JR OF Jawan McAllister: plus speed; Pitt transfer; RHH; 5-10, 185 pounds
Longwood JR OF/C Sammy Miller: 5-11, 175 pounds (2016: .260/.390/.315 – 40 BB/40 K – 19/23 SB – 219 AB) (2017: .272/.402/.348 – 31 BB/34 K – 22/29 SB – 184 AB)
Louisiana Tech rSR OF Sean Ullrich: good athlete; Missouri transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: .333/.421/.511 – 20 BB/44 K – 11/17 SB – 141 AB) (2017: .344/.455/.490 – 27 BB/42 K – 6/11 SB – 192 AB)
Louisville SR OF Colin Lyman: good speed; strong arm; good athlete; 6-1, 170 pounds (2014: .263/.348/.333 – 9 BB/16 K – 10/13 SB – 114 AB) (2015: .059/.200/.088 – 3 BB/11 K – 2/3 SB – 34 AB) (2016: .301/.364/.392 – 6 BB/19 K – 9/10 SB – 153 AB) (2017: .294/.391/.381 – 15 BB/29 K – 14/20 SB – 194 AB)
Louisville SR OF Logan Taylor: good speed; easy plus CF range; average arm; 5-9, 170 pounds (2015: .358/.451/.448 – 10 BB/5 K – 8/9 SB – 67 AB) (2016: .280/.354/.387 – 13 BB/18 K – 18/23 SB – 168 AB) (2017: .274/.391/.346 – 31 BB/28 K – 21/24 SB – 208 AB)
Maryland JR OF Will Watson: 6-2, 190 pounds (2017: .253/.384/.398 – 33 BB/56 K – 14/15 SB – 186 AB)
Maryland SR OF Madison Nickens: plus to plus-plus speed, others have it average (me); great athlete; CF range; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: .260/.362/.423 – 27 BB/47 K – 8/10 SB – 208 AB) (2017: .222/.318/.380 – 24 BB/54 K – 14/16 SB – 171 AB)
Massachusetts SR OF Dylan Morris: 6-1, 185 pounds (2017: .302/.351/.345 – 10 BB/24 K – 3/4 SB – 139 AB)
Massachusetts SR OF Mike Hart: average or better arm; power upside; good approach; good speed; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: .313/.414/.448 – 14 BB/33 K – 5/6 SB – 163 AB)
Memphis JR OF Tyler Webb: 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .305/.389/.474 – 23 BB/46 K – 3/7 SB – 213 AB)
Miami JR OF Hunter Tackett: above-average power; quick bat; Auburn transfer; 6-3, 185 pounds (2017: .212/.331/.327 – 13 BB/31 K – 1/3 SB – 104 AB)
Miami JR OF JD Davison: plus speed; 5-7, 150 pounds (2017: .234/.340/.269 – 18 BB/49 K – 14/19 SB – 167 AB)
Miami rJR OF Michael Burns: good speed; 5-9, 180 pounds (2017: .247/.322/.379 – 17 BB/30 K – 3/8 SB – 182 AB)
Michigan rSO OF/C Miles Lewis: great athlete; plus speed; really good glove; North Dakota transfer; 6-1, 200 pounds (2017: .296/.381/.384 – 29 BB/39 K – 19/23 SB – 216 AB)
Michigan SR OF/LHP Johnny Slater: power upside; plus range; good speed; 6-1, 190 pounds (2014: .172/.206/.226 – 3 BB/27 K – 6/10 SB – 93 AB) (2015: .229/.325/.382 – 16 BB/26 K – 6/6 SB – 144 AB) (2016: .207/.270/.348 – 8 BB/23 K – 5/5 SB – 92 AB) (2017: .299/.377/.493 – 27 BB/53 K – 15/15 SB – 211 AB)
Michigan State rSO OF Dan Chmielewski: 6-1, 190 pounds (2016: .308/.348/.354 – 2 BB/6 K – 0/2 SB – 65 AB) (2017: .280/.338/.418 – 10 BB/28 K – 12/13 SB – 182 AB)
Middle Tennessee State SR OF Brad Jarreau: good speed; good approach; 5-11, 185 pounds (2015: .338/.380/.396 – 17 BB/20 K – 3/8 SB – 240 AB) (2016: .298/.353/.376 – 18 BB/21 K – 7/10 SB – 218 AB) (2017: .340/.371/.488 – 10 BB/16 K – 5/5 SB – 162 AB)
Minnesota JR OF Alex Boxwell: good athlete; strong arm; 6-3, 200 pounds (2015: .194/.239/.328 – 3 BB/25 K – 1/1 SB – 67 AB) (2016: .327/.379/.464 – 10 BB/27 K – 2/4 SB – 110 AB) (2017: .253/.329/.438 – 15 BB/29 K – 7/9 SB – 146 AB)
Minnesota rSR OF Jordan Smith: 6-3, 210 pounds (2014: .241/.362/.285 – 24 BB/37 K – 5/7 SB – 137 AB) (2015: .217/.305/.350 – 16 BB/43 K – 5/8 SB – 143 AB) (2016: .296/.372/.418 – 24 BB/45 K – 5/6 SB – 189 AB) (2017: .309/.406/.480 – 33 BB/38 K – 3/6 SB – 204 AB)
Minnesota rSR OF/C Matt Stemper: 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .287/.356/.457 – 5 BB/13 K – 0/0 SB – 94 AB) (2016: .272/.338/.344 – 11 BB/16 K – 0/1 SB – 125 AB) (2017: .250/.290/.357 – 10 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 196 AB)
Monmouth rSR OF Dan Shea: average speed; plus arm; 6-2, 215 pounds (2013: .263/.375/.331 – 15 BB/22 K – 6/8 SB – 118 AB) (2014: .077/.172/.115 – 1 BB/8 K – 0/0 SB – 26 AB) (2015: .244/.353/.354 – 18 BB/26 K – 4/5 SB – 127 AB) (2016: .312/.429/.490 – 36 BB/35 K – 8/11 SB – 202 AB) (2017: .293/.433/.564 – 31 BB/33 K – 2/3 SB – 140 AB)
Morehead State SR OF Will Schneider: power upside; average speed; average arm; 6-1, 200 pounds (2016: .343/.398/.562 – 17 BB/25 K – 4/7 SB – 242 AB) (2017: .391/.486/.622 – 36 BB/38 K – 2/3 SB – 238 AB)
Navy SR OF Leland Saile: power upside; above-average arm; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .246/.345/.398 – 14 BB/29 K – 0/0 SB – 118 AB) (2016: .385/.430/.630 – 9 BB/24 K – 0/0 SB – 135 AB) (2017: .319/.407/.529 – 23 BB/26 K – 0/1 SB – 191 AB)
New Jersey Tech JR OF Evan Pietronico: 5-9, 175 pounds (2015: .281/.401/.363 – 24 BB/17 K – 0/1 SB – 135 AB) (2016: .304/.386/.475 – 27 BB/24 K – 1/1 SB – 204 AB) (2017: .261/.352/.383 – 24 BB/23 K – 7/10 SB – 188 AB)
New Jersey Tech rJR OF Jesse Uttendorfer: quick bat; good speed; 5-9, 165 pounds (2015: .320/.387/.371 – 17 BB/26 K – 17/20 SB – 178 AB) (2016: .274/.325/.400 – 16 BB/54 K – 13/16 SB – 215 AB) (2017: .277/.312/.415 – 9 BB/38 K – 10/12 SB – 188 AB)
New Mexico State SR OF Dan Hetzel: 6-1, 220 pounds (2016: .278/.348/.424 – 19 BB/38 K – 6/6 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .322/.436/.630 – 40 BB/41 K – 1/1 SB – 208 AB)
Niagara JR OF/3B Tanner Kirwer: good speed; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .324/.400/.419 – 17 BB/30 K – 24/27 SB – 148 AB) (2016: .327/.409/.458 – 15 BB/29 K – 19/25 SB – 153 AB) (2017: .335/.430/.469 – 26 BB/31 K – 23/25 SB – 194 AB)
Niagara rJR OF Trevor McCauley: 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: .367/.448/.500 – 12 BB/39 K – 7/10 SB – 150 AB)
North Carolina Greensboro JR OF Devin Ruiz: average speed; average at best arm; good athlete; 6-2, 210 pounds (2015: .300/.396/.433 – 15 BB/35 K – 1/2 SB – 90 AB) (2016: .288/.342/.493- 5 BB/16 K – 1/1 SB – 73 AB) (2017: .344/.452/.508 – 12 BB/23 K – 1/1 SB – 61 AB)
North Carolina SR OF Adam Pate: plus speed; strong arm; really good defender in CF; good athlete; quick bat; 5-9, 175 pounds (2014: .241/.379/.296 – 11 BB/15 K – 10/13 SB – 54 AB) (2015: .304/.407/.435 – 13 BB/17 K – 14/17 SB – 92 AB) (2016: .285/.403/.358 – 38 BB/44 K – 17/21 SB – 193 AB)
North Carolina State JR OF Brock Deatherage: plus speed; CF range; average arm; 6-1, 185 pounds (2015: .291/.383/.383 – 17 BB/44 K – 7/10 SB – 141 AB) (2016: .317/.395/.482 – 21 BB/53 K – 14/18 SB – 224 AB) (2017: .223/.310/.337 – 21 BB/55 K – 8/11 SB – 184 AB)
North Florida JR OF Yahir Gurrola: 6-0, 190 pounds (2017: .320/.373/.541 – 17 BB/35 K – 10/12 SB – 244 AB)
North Florida SR OF/1B Chris Thibideau: power upside; good speed; 6-0, 185 pounds (2016: .344/.406/.561 – 15 BB/37 K – 12/13 SB – 189 AB) (2017: .317/.377/.507 – 19 BB/48 K – 14/19 SB – 221 AB)
Northern Kentucky JR OF/LHP Trey Ganns: can also play 1B; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: 7.50 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 7.50 ERA) (2015: .296/.383/.432 – 24 BB/34 K – 1/1 SB – 169 AB) (2016: 8.62 K/9 – 2.87 BB/9 – 47.0 IP – 4.21 ERA) (2016: .286/.365/.391 – 23 BB/38 K – 4/6 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .348/.449/.633 – 39 BB/59 K – 0/0 SB – 221 AB)
Northern Kentucky rSR OF TJ Alas: Eastern Kentucky transfer; 6-2, 210 pounds (2014: .280/.373/.418 – 26 BB/42 K – 1/4 SB – 182 AB) (2015: .378/.456/.628 – 17 BB/36 K – 4/7 SB – 156 AB) (2017: .331/.404/.587 – 27 BB/54 K – 2/8 SB – 242 AB)
Northwestern SR OF/C Joe Hoscheit: 6-0, 215 pounds (2014: .258/.327/.393 – 10 BB/19 K – 1/1 SB – 178 AB) (2015: .286/.345/.417 – 11 BB/36 K – 0/2 SB – 206 AB) (2016: .275/.349/.461 – 15 BB/23 K – 0/0 SB – 167 AB) (2017: .356/.436/.557 – 27 BB/29 K – 3/6 SB – 194 AB)
Northwestern SR OF/LHP Matt Hopfner: plus arm; can also play 1B; 6-2, 200 pounds (2014: .335/.385/.376 – 17 BB/29 K – 1/2 SB – 197 AB) (2014: 3.27 K/9 – 3.27 BB/9 – 11 IP – 4.91 ERA) (2015: .241/.295/.310 – 7 BB/41 K – 4/6 SB – 145 AB) (2016: .355/.440/.470 – 24 BB/36 K – 3/5 SB – 200 AB) (2016: 4.25 K/9 – 5.09 BB/9 – 10.2 IP – 7.59 ERA) (2017: .301/.368/.447 – 20 BB/38 K – 7/8 SB – 226 AB)
Notre Dame JR OF Jake Johnson: 5-11, 190 pounds (2016: .195/.293/.230 – 9 BB/22 K – 2/2 SB – 87 AB) (2017: .215/.339/.303 – 35 BB/32 K – 1/1 SB – 195 AB) (2017: .305/.401/.425 – 26 BB/32 K – 6/8 SB – 200 AB)
Notre Dame JR OF/RHP Jake Shepski: great approach; good hit tool; power upside; average speed; above-average arm; low-90s FB; BHH; FAVORITE; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: 9.31 K/9 – 0.76 BB/9 – 11.2 IP – 4.63 ERA) (2016: .270/.329/.475 – 13 BB/21 K – 2/5 SB – 141 AB) (2017: .172/.276/.239 – 25 BB/49 K – 4/6 SB – 180 AB)
Oakland SR OF Tyler Pagano: 6-2, 225 pounds (2015: .307/.339/.398 – 9 BB/26 K – 0/1 SB – 166 AB) (2016: .295/.356/.411 – 16 BB/23 K – 1/2 SB – 190 AB) (2017: .333/.376/.554 – 16 BB/42 K – 5/11 SB – 231 AB)
Ohio State JR OF Tre’ Gantt: plus speed; CF range; 5-10, 180 pounds (2015: .311/.373/.351 – 8 BB/18 K – 5/8 SB – 74 AB) (2016: .255/.311/.314 – 11 BB/23 K – 7/9 SB – 137 AB) (2017: .314/.426/.426 – 40 BB/43 K – 14/17 SB – 204 AB)
Oklahoma SR OF Ben Hollas: good speed; good defender; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .229/.384/.294 – 28 BB/21 K – 3/4 SB – 109 AB) (2017: .289/.433/.415 – 32 BB/30 K – 1/6 SB – 159 AB)
Oklahoma State SR OF Ryan Sluder: average to above-average speed; above-average to plus arm strength; plus raw power; too aggressive at plate; strong; 6-2, 200 pounds (2014: .284/.360/.299 – 8 BB/10 K – 1/3 SB – 67 AB) (2015: .309/.401/.506 – 23 BB/34 K – 5/7 SB – 162 AB) (2016: .197/.278/.322 – 15 BB/47 K – 7/8 SB – 183 AB) (2017: .260/.357/.370 – 20 BB/42 K – 10/10 SB – 146 AB)
Penn State SR OF Nick Riotto: average speed; good athlete; good approach; good glove; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .265/.361/.324 – 10 BB/19 K – 2/4 SB – 102 AB) (2016: .307/.405/.385 – 24 BB/14 K – 3/7 SB – 179 AB) (2017: .234/.323/.314 – 20 BB/30 K – 8/10 SB – 175 AB)
Pittsburgh rJR OF Frank Maldonado: 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: .188/.300/.391 – 8 BB/45 K – 5/8 SB – 128 AB) (2016: .330/.415/.449 – 14 BB/26 K – 5/9 SB – 185 AB) (2017: .281/.364/.423 – 16 BB/29 K – 6/11 SB – 196 AB)
Pittsburgh rSR OF Jacob Wright: 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .282/.442/.328 – 41 BB/47 K – 15/20 SB – 174 AB) (2016: .235/.374/.352 – 36 BB/34 K – 12/16 SB – 179 AB) (2017: .266/.405/.492 – 39 BB/45 K – 11/12 SB – 199 AB)
Radford rJR OF Luke Wise: CF range; plus speed; 5-10, 165 pounds (2016: .220/.263/.335 – 11 BB/33 K – 9/11 SB – 182 AB) (2017: .236/.339/.385 – 23 BB/58 K – 10/15 SB – 161 AB)
Rhode Island JR OF Jordan Powell: CF range; good speed; good athlete; 6-0, 210 pounds (2015: .301/.342/.335 – 11 BB/42 K – 10/14 SB – 173 AB) (2016: .354/.407/.434 – 15 BB/32 K – 13/17 SB – 212 AB) (2017: .352/.403/.427 – 17 BB/28 K – 6/9 SB – 213 AB)
Rhode Island rSR OF Mike Corin: can also play 2B and 3B; 6-1, 215 pounds (2014: .262/.321/.357 – 12 BB/23 K – 3/3 SB – 126 AB) (2015: .276/.345/.438 – 19 BB/41 K – 6/12 SB – 192 AB) (2016: .210/.277/.408 – 13 BB/41 K – 4/6 SB – 157 AB) (2017: .302/.397/.646 – 25 BB/56 K – 6/10 SB – 189 AB)
Richmond rSO OF DJ Lee: 6-0, 170 pounds (2016: .270/.358/.392 – 16 BB/21 K – 11/15 SB – 148 AB) (2017: .279/.364/.380 – 25 BB/37 K – 18/19 SB – 208 AB)
Rutgers SR OF Mike Carter: good hit tool; above-average speed; good approach; 5-10, 180 pounds (2014: .318/.377/.393 – 20 BB/40 K – 9/14 SB – 211 AB) (2015: .224/.332/.276 – 24 BB/36 K – 5/10 SB – 156 AB) (2016: .367/.432/.418 – 12 BB/10 K – 5/6 SB – 98 AB) (2017: .329/.397/.470 – 20 BB/23 K – 9/12 SB – 219 AB)
Rutgers SR OF Tom Marcinczyk: 5-9, 200 pounds (2014: .254/.323/.359 – 14 BB/17 K – 1/6 SB – 142 AB) (2015: .325/.409/.507 – 25 BB/25 K – 3/4 SB – 203 AB) (2016: .270/.384/.446 – 37 BB/37 K – 18/19 SB – 204 AB) (2017: .274/.400/.473 – 37 BB/36 K – 8/10 SB – 186 AB)
Saint Louis JR OF Aaron Case: good speed; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: .269/.384/.448 – 33 BB/29 K – 8/9 SB – 212 AB)
Saint Louis JR OF Parker Sniatynski: 6-4, 200 pounds (2015: .312/.381/.389 – 8 BB/31 K – 2/4 SB – 157 AB) (2016: .325/.374/.400 – 15 BB/32 K – 8/11 SB – 200 AB) (2017: .299/.378/.444 – 17 BB/45 K – 10/11 SB – 214 AB)
Saint Louis JR OF/1B Nick Reeser: good approach; good speed; CF range; 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .303/.400./373 – 32 BB/26 K – 2/5 SB – 185 AB)
Saint Louis rSR OF Trent Leimkuehler (2016): above-average speed; power upside; strong arm; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .340/.377/.480 – 2 BB/10 K – 1/1 SB – 50 AB) (2016: .303/.333/.516 – 4 BB/30 K – 5/7 SB – 221 AB) (2017: .313/.342/.463 – 11 BB/46 K – 3/4 SB – 227 AB)
San Diego rJR OF Hunter Mercado-Hood: good athlete; good approach; average speed; 6-0, 190 pounds (2014: .307/.395/.333 – 11 BB/11 K – 2/3 SB – 75 AB) (2015: .213/.358/.270 – 18 BB/12 K – 4/5 SB – 89 AB) (2016: .278/.357/.404 – 20 BB/20 K – 1/2 SB – 198 AB) (2017: .314/.404/.536 – 28 BB/20 K – 6/8 SB – 220 AB)
San Diego State rJR OF Tyler Adkison: power upside; average at best speed; better in a corner; below-average arm; 5-10, 185 pounds (2014: .292/.361/.399 – 17 BB/24 K – 7/12 SB – 178 AB) (2016: .302/.373/.502 – 23 BB/35 K – 11/14 SB – 205 AB) (2017: .337/.445/.648 – 39 BB/40 K – 7/9 SB – 196 AB)
Siena SR OF Dan Swain: good athlete; above-average defender; plus to plus-plus speed; strong arm; 6-0, 185 pounds (2014: .293/.370/.370 – 17 BB/43 K – 12/15 SB – 208 AB) (2015: .267/.356/.377 – 21 BB/42 K – 12/18 SB – 191 AB) (2016: .311/.423/.531 – 28 BB/26 K – 3/3 SB – 177 AB) (2017: .324/.407/.559 – 23 BB/42 K – 9/11 SB – 204 AB)
South Carolina Upstate rJR OF Pat Raiff: 5-8, 180 pounds (2017: .323/.447/.438 – 22 BB/27 K – 2/3 SB – 96 AB)
South Florida JR OF/1B Duke Stunkel: 6-3, 200 pounds (2016: .260/.343/.345 – 19 BB/42 K – 4/6 SB – 200 AB) (2017: .344/.430/.467 – 29 BB/31 K – 4/5 SB – 195 AB)
South Florida SR OF/C Luke Borders: smart hitter; 6-3, 200 pounds (2014: .272/.341/.331 – 12 BB/28 K – 1/1 SB – 151 AB) (2015: .266/.355/.362 – 26 BB/51 K – 6/10 SB – 229 AB) (2016: .267/.341/.425 – 13 BB/26 K – 2/4 SB – 146 AB) (2017: .338/.427/.502 – 38 BB/51 K – 5/8 SB – 237 AB)
Southern Mississippi JR OF Mason Irby: 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .338/.433/.449 – 39 BB/28 K – 6/8 SB – 263 AB)
Southern Mississippi rSO OF/1B Hunter Slater: 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .314/.372/.458 – 14 BB/38 K – 1/4 SB – 153 AB) (2017: .312/.446./477 – 45 BB/61 K – 5/8 SB – 218 AB)
Southern Mississippi SR OF/1B Dylan Burdeaux: 6-2, 215 pounds (2014: .266/.333/.378 – 16 BB/51 – 3/8 SB – 188 AB) (2015: .283/.343/.396 – 16 BB/54 K – 12/16 SB – 212 AB) (2016: .335/.421/.529 – 32 BB/49 K – 8/16 SB – 257 AB) (2017: .337/.409/.535 – 30 BB/49 K – 21/23 SB – 303 AB)
St. Bonaventure JR OF David Vaccaro: 5-10, 190 pounds (2016: .217/.311/.343 – 17 BB/40 K – 7/9 SB – 166 AB) (2017: .273/.321/.420 – 13 BB/32 K – 9/9 SB – 176 AB)
St. Bonaventure JR OF Ryan MacCarrick: 6-0, 185 pounds (2017: .284/.345/.421 – 11 BB/21 K – 3/3 SB – 183 AB)
St. Bonaventure SR OF Taishi Terashima: 5-6, 170 pounds (2015*: .459/.557/.571 – 24 BB/13 K – 21/24 SB – 170 AB) (2016: .296/.371/.352 – 17 BB/12 K – 8/12 SB – 199 AB) (2017: .296/.384/.352 – 16 BB/15 K – 8/11 SB – 159 AB)
St. John’s JR OF Anthony Brocato: power upside; strong arm; 6-1, 200 pounds (2015: .296/.352/.347 – 8 BB/25 K – 0/0 SB – 98 AB) (2016: .274/.407/.347 – 17 BB/22 K – 4/6 SB – 95 AB) (2017: .317/.400/.550 – 19 BB/29 K – 1/1 SB – 180 AB)
St. John’s JR OF Mark Venice: 6-1, 210 pounds (2016: .294/.385/.412 – 8 BB/21 K – 0/1 SB – 68 AB) (2017: .263/.440/.474 – 6 BB/7 K – 0/0 SB – 19 AB)
St. John’s SR OF Michael Donadio: above-average hit tool; quick bat; power upside; good approach; average or better speed; average arm; 6-0, 200 pounds (2014: .328/.434/.487 – 31 BB/28 K – 7/12 SB – 189 AB) (2015: .302/.416/.382 – 39 BB/23 K – 8/12 SB – 212 AB) (2016: .315/.420/.452 – 30 BB/40 K – 8/11 SB – 197 AB) (2017: .374/.473/.547 – 38 BB/42 K – 10/13 SB – 214 AB)
St. Johns River JC rSO OF Justin Smith: above-average speed; above-average to plus arm; average or better raw power; Miami transfer; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .237/.370/.265 – 5 BB/14 K – 0/0 SB – 38 AB) (2017: .355/.486/.680 – 45 BB/56 K – 5/11 SB – 200 AB)
St. Joseph’s SR OF Cal Jadacki: 6-1, 190 pounds (2015: .316/.391/.426 – 15 BB/46 K – 5/6 SB – 155 AB) (2016: .265/.320/.440 – 15 BB/50 K – 3/4 SB – 200 AB) (2017: .280/.381/.433 – 27 BB/41 K – 3/4 SB – 164 AB)
TCU rSR OF Nolan Brown: good athlete; above-average or better speed; CF range; Aaron Fitt comp: Darren Bragg; 5-11, 175 pounds (2015: .302/.371/.373 – 23 BB/44 K – 19/22 SB – 225 AB) (3 AB) (2017: .290/.387/.411 – 28 BB/45 K – 26/27 SB – 214 AB)
Texas A&M SR OF/SS Nick Choruby: CF range; above-average to plus speed; good approach; below-average arm; 6-0, 190 pounds (2015: .154/.290/.154 – 5 BB/6 K – 3/4 SB – 26 AB) (2016: .299/.364/.339 – 17 BB/30 K – 13/15 SB – 177 AB) (2017: .325/.448/.422 – 49 BB/46 K – 11/18 SB – 237 AB)
Texas JR OF/SS Travis Jones: great athlete; above-average power; above-average arm; average speed; strong arm; good approach; can also play 1B and 3B; 6-4, 220 pounds (2015: .111/.304/.111 – 4 BB/8 K – 0/0 SB – 18 AB) (2016: .300/.395/.411 – 24 BB/42 K – 7/10 SB – 180 AB) (2017: .253/.393/.401 – 36 BB/52 K – 14/18 SB – 217 AB)
Texas Rio Grande Valley SR OF/C Jose Garcia: good athlete; average speed; 6-0, 200 pounds (2016: .369/.447/.477 – 18 BB/14 K – 16/19 SB – 176 AB) (2017: .317/.453/.519 – 42 BB/25 K – 9/17 SB – 183 AB)
Texas rSO OF Tate Shaw: 5-11, 200 pounds (2017: .239/.358/.370 – 11 BB/18 K – 3/6 SB – 92 AB)
Texas SR OF/3B Zane Gurwitz: average speed; good athlete; good glove; has also played 2B; 5-8, 190 pounds (2014: .284/.327/.370 – 13 BB/36 K – 9/9 SB – 208 AB) (2015: .260/.365/.395 – 27 BB/34 K – 6/10 SB – 177 AB) (2016: .294/.352/.449 – 17 BB/35 K – 3/8 SB – 214 AB) (2017: .305/.366/.397 – 10 BB/22 K – 4/6 SB – 131 AB)
Texas Tech JR OF Connor Beck: above-average glove; TCU transfer; 6-2, 185 pounds (2017: .289/.345/.382 – 4 BB/12 K – 3/4 SB – 76 AB)
Texas Tech SR OF Anthony Lyons: power upside; 6-5, 240 pounds (2014: .286/.342/.314 – 6 BB/17 K – 1/1 SB – 70 AB) (2015: .295/.340/.341 – 3 BB/14 K – 1/1 SB – 44 AB) (2016: .286/.407/.381 – 5 BB/4 K – 0/0 SB – 21 AB) (2017: .364/.500/.545 – 2 BB/5 K – 0/1 SB – 11 AB)
Texas Tech SR OF/3B Ryan Long: power upside; 6-1, 200 pounds (2014: .212/.306/.269 – 18 BB/44 K – 1/1 SB – 156 AB) (2015: .169/.246/.356 – 4 BB/18 K – 0/0 SB – 59 AB) (2016: .225/.339/.265 – 18 BB/33 K – 1/3 SB – 102 AB) (2017: .322/.432/.475 – 32 BB/33 K – 3/4 SB – 183 AB)
Texas-Arlington JR OF/1B Omar Salinas: 5-10, 200 pounds (2017: .333/.439/.559 – 33 BB/31 K – 2/3 SB – 195 AB)
Texas-Arlington SR OF/2B Quintin Rohrbaugh: can also play 1B; 5-10, 200 pounds (2015*: .351/.406/.413 – 13 BB/20 K – 7/11 SB – 208 AB) (2016: .343/.382/.461 – 14 BB/28 K – 4/5 SB – 230 AB) (2017: .298/.419/.418 – 30 BB/44 K – 7/11 SB – 208 AB)
Texas-San Antonio SR OF Jesse Baker: 6-0, 200 pounds (2017: .308/.375/.533 – 23 BB/41 K – 5/8 SB – 240 AB)
Troy SR OF/1B Trevor Davis: good athlete; plus raw power; good glove; 6-1, 185 pounds (2016: .267/.340/.367 – 21 BB/47 K – 9/16 SB – 221 AB) (2017: .306/.401/.492 – 27 BB/30 K – 5/6 SB – 193 AB)
Tulane rJR OF Grant Brown: power upside; good speed; 6-2, 210 pounds (2014: .228/.274/.281 – 4 BB/18 K – 4/4 SB – 57 AB) (2015: .229/.300/.457 – 2 BB/12 K – 0/1 SB – 35 AB) (2016: .184/.315/.368 – 14 BB/35 K – 0/0 SB – 76 AB) (2017: .315/.408/.567 – 20 BB/47 K – 3/5 SB – 127 AB)
Tulane SR OF Jarrett DeHart: plus speed; power upside; good athlete; LSU transfer; 6-2, 210 pounds (2016: .182/.347/.312 – 18 BB/30 K – 2/2 SB – 77 AB) (2017: .280/.371/.531 – 30 BB/66 K – 3/5 SB – 211 AB)
UC Riverside SR OF Mark Contreras: power upside; average speed; 6-0, 180 pounds (2014: .148/.303/.148 – 3 BB/10 K – 4/4 SB – 27 AB) (2015: .282/.337/.353 – 9 BB/48 K – 5/9 SB – 170 AB) (2016: .333/.409/.432 – 22 BB/38 K – 9/14 SB – 192 AB) (2017: .366/.427/.558 – 17 BB/30 K – 7/10 SB – 172 AB)
UMass-Lowell JR OF Colby Maiola: 6-3, 200 pounds (2017: .331/.406/.521 – 17 BB/47 K – 14/18 SB – 169 AB)
UMBC JR OF Collin Stack: 6-1, 175 pounds (2017: .318/.373/.364 – 15 BB/31 K – 6/8 SB – 151 AB)
UMBC SR OF Andrew Casali: CF range; good athlete; 5-11, 185 pounds (2014: .264/.325/.365 – 14 BB/23 K – 10/13 SB – 178 AB) (2015: .315/.362/.419 – 11 BB/18 K – 11/14 SB – 203 AB) (2016: .296/.343/.451 – 12 BB/12 K – 7/14 SB – 162 AB) (2017: .333/.367/.492 – 9 BB/14 K – 12/14 SB – 195 AB)
UNC Asheville SR OF Kyle Carruthers: good speed; good athlete; good arm; 5-11, 180 pounds (2014: .185/.324/.185 – 6 BB/13 K – 0/1 SB – 27 AB) (2015: .203/.305/.315 – 21 BB/46 K – 2/3 SB – 143 AB) (2016: .271/.342/.337 – 16 BB/57 K – 4/5 SB – 181 AB) (2017: .195/.298/.249 – 23 BB/45 K – 6/8 SB – 169 AB)
UNC Asheville SR OF/3B Joe Tietjen: good speed; sneaky pop; good athlete; CF range; 6-0, 180 pounds (2015: .302/.390/.451 – 29 BB/53 K – 10/11 SB – 215 AB) (2016: .344/.416/.553 – 26 BB/48 K – 12/16 SB – 215 AB) (2017: .257/.350/.444 – 27 BB/43 K – 19/21 SB – 214 AB)
Valparaiso JR OF Giovanni Garbella: 6-2, 190 pounds (2017: .302/.366/.488 – 15 BB/31 K – 5/5 SB – 172 AB)
Valparaiso SR OF James Stea: 5-10, 170 pounds (2016: .318/.398/.412 – 20 BB/36 K – 18/22 SB – 211 AB) (2017: .290/.420/.475 – 24 BB/40 K – 21/29 SB – 200 AB)
Villanova SR OF Donovan May: quick bat; good speed; good athlete; 5-10, 180 pounds (2014: .189/.307/.217 – 12 BB/19 K – 2/3 SB – 106 AB) (2015: .237/.346/.283 – 25 BB/29 K – 7/13 SB – 198 AB) (2016: .287/.389/.346 – 29 BB/30 K – 6/9 SB – 188 AB) (2017: .243/.319/.280 – 16 BB/22 K – 6/7 SB – 189 AB)
Virginia Commonwealth SR OF Alex Gransback: 5-9, 175 pounds (2017: .321/.385/.404 – 10 BB/22 K – 5/8 SB – 156 AB)
Virginia Tech rJR OF Tom Stoffel: 5-10, 200 pounds (2014: .290/.412/.312 – 15 BB/24 K – 2/3 SB – 93 AB) (2016: .270/.373/.396 – 20 BB/36 K – 0/0 SB – 159 AB) (2017: .342/.410/.563 – 14 BB/26 K – 0/0 SB – 222 AB)
Virginia Tech rJR OF/RHP Nick Anderson: power upside; 90 FB; 6-2, 200 pounds (2016: .339/.418/.483 – 19 BB/34 K – 0/0 SB – 174 AB) (2017: .259/.341/.414 – 8 BB/20 K – 0/0 SB – 116 AB)
Virginia Tech rSR OF Rahiem Cooper: good speed; good athlete; 6-0, 180 pounds (2017: .242/.300/.474 – 12 BB/58 K – 5/7 SB – 194 AB)
Virginia Tech SR OF Mac Caples: power upside; great approach; good speed; good in corner; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .200/.367/.284 – 13 BB/28 K – 0/0 SB – 95 AB) (2016: .232/.306/.375 – 6 BB/19 K – 2/2 SB – 56 AB) (2017: .244/.398/.455 – 24 BB/51 K – 4/5 SB – 156 AB)
Wake Forest JR OF/3B Keegan Maronpot: strong; good athlete; average speed; 6-3, 225 pounds (2015: .227/.277/.432 – 3 BB/21 K – 0/1 SB – 44 AB) (2016: .159/.235/.307 – 8 BB/30 K – 1/1 SB – 88 AB) (2017: .213/.323/.420 – 31 BB/79 K – 1/1 SB – 207 AB)
Wake Forest SR OF Jonathan Pryor: above-average speed; good athlete; 6-2, 200 pounds (2015: .316/.366/.384 – 5 BB/40 K – 8/10 SB – 177 AB) (2016: .247/.421/.313 – 39 BB/51 K – 5/6 SB – 166 AB) (2017: .347/.441/.474 – 34 BB/47 K – 5/9 SB – 251 AB)
West Virginia JR OF/3B Kyle Davis: good defender; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: .353/.391/.491 – 11 BB/37 K – 4/9 SB – 224 AB) (2016: .280/.394/.495 – 39 BB/29 K – 5/8 SB – 214 AB) (2017: .316/.405/.526 – 35 BB/47 K – 1/6 SB – 234 AB)
Western Carolina rSR OF Bryson Bowman: 5-11, 200 pounds (2016: .326/.442/.661 – 43 BB/25 K – 10/15 SB – 227 AB) (2017: .381/.470/.619 – 37 BB/31 K – 9/13 SB – 218 AB)
Wharton County JC SO OF Spencer Griffin: plus CF range; plus speed; FAVORITE; 6-0, 175 pounds (2017: .365/.498/.533 – 40 BB/38 K – 11/19 SB – 167 AB)
Winthrop rSR OF Anthony Paulsen: above-average to plus speed; 6-0, 185 pounds (2015: .343/.425/.513 – 34 BB/45 K – 15/17 SB – 230 AB) (2016: .352/.415/.441 – 22 BB/31 K – 11/14 SB – 227 AB) (2017: .341/.451/.493 – 39 BB/34 K – 1/3 SB – 217 AB)
Wright State rSO OF Adrian Marquez: plus speed; plus athlete; 5-10, 185 pounds (2017: .261/.345/.459 – 22 BB/58 K – 11/14 SB – 218 AB)
Wright State rSO OF Zach Weatherford: plus-plus speed; easy CF range; great athlete; 6-2, 185 pounds (2016: .205/.356/.359 – 13 BB/27 K – 3/4 SB – 78 AB) (2017: .239/.350/.360 – 31 BB/52 K – 36/42 SB – 222 AB)
Xavier JR OF Will LaRue: 5-11, 180 pounds (2015: .247/.348/.468 – 10 BB/25 K – 7/8 SB – 77 AB) (2016: .253/.331/.316 – 24 BB/64 K – 31/36 SB – 225 AB) (2017: .281/.392/.370 – 34 BB/43 K – 23/29 SB – 192 AB)

Baseball Draft Report 2017 MLB Draft Big 500

1 – RHP/SS Hunter Greene (Notre Dame HS, California): 94-98 FB, 100-102 peak; average 85-89 CU, flashes better; above-average 81-83 SL, plus upside; 76-79 CB, flashes above-average; plus athlete; plus defensive tools; plus to plus-plus arm; plus to plus-plus raw power; plus bat speed; below-average speed; Frankie Piliere comp: righty Robinson Cano; have heard young Hanley Ramirez; reminds me of a better Josh Lowe as a draft prospect; also heard Jacob Gatewood as a position player; young for class; plus athlete; checks every box imaginable on and off the field; UCLA commit; RHH: FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds

2 – LHP MacKenzie Gore (Whiteville HS, North Carolina): 87-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 79-84 split-CU, plus upside; 72-78 CB with plus upside; average 79-86 cut-SL; plus athlete; BA comp: Scott Kazmir; East Carolina commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

3 – OF/SS Royce Lewis (JSerra HS, California): plus bat speed; above-average to plus raw power; above-average to plus arm; plus to plus-plus speed; could be dynamite in CF with more work; could also be tried at 2B; advanced approach; 2080 comps: Lewis Brinson, Desmond Jennings, Justin Upton; younger for class; UC Irvine commit; like him way more than SoCal 1-1 last year (Moniak); RHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 185 pounds

4 – Virginia JR OF/LHP Adam Haseley: plus hit tool; average to above-average power, mostly opposite way; good approach; quick bat; easy CF range; above-average to plus speed (buy it), others have it average; average to above-average arm; great athlete; great BA comp: Brad Wilkerson; 82-90 FB, 92 peak; average 76-77 SL; plus upper-70s CU; mid-70s CB; 2017: 86-88 FB; 81-83 cut-SL; 6-1, 200 pounds

2015: 5.28 K/9 – 3.41 BB/9 – 28.2 IP – 2.17 ERA
2016: 5.54 K/9 – 2.42 BB/9 – 78.0 IP – 1.73 ERA
2017: 7.30 K/9 – 2.48 BB/9 – 65.1 IP – 3.58 ERA

2015: .250/.355/.322 – 39 BB/53 K – 5/6 SB – 276 AB
2016: .304/.377/.502 – 28 BB/29 K – 3/4 SB – 247 AB
2017: .390/.491/.659 – 44 BB/21 K – 10/14 SB – 223 AB

5 – Vanderbilt JR RHP Kyle Wright: 88-94 FB, 97 peak; 81-85 SL; 85-91 cutter; also 85-87 SL, plus upside; HMM; 76-83 CB, flashes plus; 83-87 CU, flashes average; unafraid to drop sidearm at times; great athlete; two breaking balls run into each other, but damn good pitch either way; plus command; 2017: 91-96 FB, 98-99 peak; plus 78-84 CB; 85-89 cut-SL, flashes above-average; consistently average 84-87 CU, flashes plus; 6-4, 220 pounds

2015: 9.46 K/9 – 3.51 BB/9 – 58.2 IP – 1.22 ERA
2016: 10.32 K/9 – 3.09 BB/9 – 93.1 IP – 3.09 ERA
2017: 10.54 K/9 – 2.70 BB/9 – 103.1 IP – 3.40 ERA

6 – Virginia JR 1B/OF Pavin Smith: plus hit tool; above-average to plus power upside; good athlete; great approach; well above-average glove; pretty swing; average arm; good athlete; classic hit over power who still has plenty of power; 92-93 FB; TJ survivor; Frankie Piliere comp: Shawn Green; have heard a ton of fun names including Mark Grace, Sean Casey, James Loney, Casey Kotchman, Tino Martinez, LHH; FAVORITE; 6-2, 210 pounds

2015: .307/.373/.467 – 26 BB/40 K – 2/8 SB – 270 AB
2016: .329/.410/.513 – 36 BB/23 K – 2/3 SB – 228 AB
2017: .342/.427/.570 – 38 BB/12 K – 2/2 SB – 228 AB

7 – Florida JR RHP Alex Faedo: 88-94, 96-97 peak; groundball guy; above-average 78-86 SL with plus upside; improved 80-87 CU; good athlete; 2016: 92-94 FB with sink, 95 peak; plus 82-86 SL; 86-87 CU, flashes average; 2017: 89-94 FB with sink, 96 peak; plus 81-87 SL, flashes even better; 83-88 CU flashes above-average; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 8.70 K/9 – 2.36 BB/9 – 61.1 IP – 3.25 ERA
2016: 11.44 K/9 – 1.81 BB/9 – 104.2 IP – 3.18 ERA
2017: 11.07 K/9 – 2.94 BB/9 – 107.1 IP – 2.60 ERA

8 – RHP/1B Shane Baz (Concordia Lutheran HS, Texas): 90-96 FB, 98 peak; 83-89 cut-SL, flashes plus; 74-78 CB, average upside; 82-87 CU, average to above-average upside; power upside; young for class; good athlete; RHH; TCU commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

9 – Louisville JR 1B/LHP Brendan McKay: 87-92 FB, 94 peak; plus FB command; above-average 75-84 CB, flashes plus; average 77-82 CU; good deception; leans on FB; plus athlete; good approach; above-average to plus raw power; Danny Hultzen/Sean Doolittle comps; 2016: 87-92 FB, 93 peak; above-average 77-82 CB, easy plus upside; 80-83 CU, average upside; see a better version of Brian Johnson; Monroy comp: Logan Morrison; 2017: 87-93 FB, 95 peak; plus 82-84 CU; above-average to plus 77-84 CB; 84-86 cutter; plus FB command; plus raw power; average or better hit tool; strong; could be tried in LF; easiest comp: better Sean Doolittle; BA ceiling comp (hitter): Adrian Gonzalez; BA ceiling comp (pitcher): Cliff Lee; 6-2, 220 pounds

2015: 10.86 K/9 – 3.15 BB/9 – 96.2 IP – 1.76 ERA
2016: 10.51 K/9 – 3.45 BB/9 – 109.2 IP – 2.30 ERA
2017: 12.12 K/9 – 3.05 BB/9 – 97.1 IP – 2.31 ERA

2015: .308/.418/.431 – 38 BB/42 K – 4/6 SB – 211 AB
2016: .333/.414/.513 – 24 BB/33 K – 0/0 SB – 228 AB
2017: .356/.476/683 – 45 BB/35 K – 2/2 SB – 202 AB

10 – North Carolina JR RHP JB Bukauskas: 89-95 FB, 97-98 peak; plus 81-88 SL, flashes plus-plus; average 78-84 CU, plus upside (up to 85-90 in 2016); Sonny Gray comps from everybody; great PG comp: Lance McCullers; reminds me some of Lincecum and Carson Fulmer, more and more like Stroman by the day; 2017: 91-96 FB, 97 peak; easy plus 81-89 SL; 81-87 CU, above-average to plus upside; older BA comp: Carson Fulmer; updated BA comps: McCullers, Gray; young for class; 6-0, 200 pounds (2015: 8.26 K/9 – 3.70 BB/9 – 72.2 IP – 4.07 ERA) (2016: 12.76 K/9 – 3.33 BB/9 – 78.1 IP – 3.10 ERA) (2017: 11.27 K/9 – 3.60 BB/9 – 92.2 IP – 2.53 ERA)

11 – SS Brady McConnell (Merritt Island HS, Florida): above-average to plus raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus arm; good athlete; above-average to plus speed; mature yet inconsistent approach; compares favorably with recent Florida prep shortstops, reminds me of Rodgers-lite; those who saw him at his best and are willing to ride this out could be rewarded; older for class; Florida commit; 6-2, 175 pounds

12 – JR OF/2B Keston Hiura: plus hit tool; pretty swing; plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; good approach; average to above-average speed, closer to average for me; plus arm when healthy; great feel for game; fine in CF, great in LF; has also played 3B; health of elbow an obvious short-term concern; Callis and BA comps: Rob Refsynder; PG comp: Howie Kendrick; shades of Biggio for me, also Martin Prado; swing shares similarities to Ichiro; easy recent comp is Ian Happ; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 190 pounds

2015: .330/.392/.520 – 17 BB/41 K – 1/3 SB – 227 AB
2016: .358/.436/.539 – 25 BB/44 K – 6/10 SB – 204 AB
2017: .442/.567/.693 – 50 BB/38 K – 9/15 SB – 199 AB

13 – Oregon JR LHP David Peterson: 86-92 FB with sink, 94-95 peak; average 80-86 CU with above-average upside; 73-76 CB with average upside; 77-83 SL with above-average upside; groundball guy; good athlete; uses height and length to every advantage; ball of clay; 2017: 86-92 FB, 94 peak; above-average to plus 77-84 SL; above-average to plus 74-79 CB; average to above-average 80-84 CU; uses all four pitches smartly; 6-6, 235 pounds

2015: 8.89 K/9 – 3.40 BB/9 – 82.0 IP – 4.39 ERA
2016: 7.39 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 74.1 IP – 3.63 ERA
2017: 12.56 K/9 – 1.35 BB/9 – 100.1 IP – 2.51 ERA

14 – LHP Trevor Rogers (Carlsbad HS, New Mexico): 88-94 FB, 96-97 peak; above-average 75-79 SL, plus upside; average 75-78 CU; 73-77 CB, flashes above-average; two breaking balls often morph into one (SL); good command; PG comp: Jay Groome; popular Andrew Miller comps; reminds me some of the HS version of AJ Puk; older for class (e.g., 3 months younger than Groome), but a slightly older pitching prospect may not be the worst thing (closer to passing injury nexus); Texas Tech commit; FAVORITE; 6-6, 190 pounds

15 – Kentucky JR 1B/OF Evan White: above-average to plus hit tool; average raw power; easy plus defender; really strong arm; above-average to plus speed; great athlete; good approach; enough range for CF; coach comp (George Horton via D1): JT Snow; maybe a little Derrek Lee and/or Wil Myers for me; also heard Jeff King; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: .318/.369/.410 – 15 BB/33 K – 3/4 SB – 217 AB
2016: .376/.419/.535 – 14 BB/42 K – 10/13 SB – 226 AB
2017: .373/.453/.637 – 25 BB/31 K – 5/7 SB – 212 AB

16 – 1B/LHP Nick Pratto (Huntington Beach HS, California): plus hit tool; above-average to plus power; great approach; perfect swing; plus glove; strong arm; good athlete; average speed; could also play OF: LHH; 85-91 FB; average 76-79 CU, flashes plus; average low-70s CB; reminds me of a Pavin Smith/Brendan McKay combo; USC commit; BA comp: Joey Votto; FAVORITE; 6-2, 200 pounds

17 – OF/RHP Jordon Adell (Ballard HS, Kentucky): plus to plus-plus speed; plus to plus-plus raw power; plus to plus-plus arm; plus bat speed; 89-94 FB, 95 peak; above-average to plus 77-83 CB/SL; 83-86 CU; Sam Monroy: Preston Wilson; RHH; young for class; biggest boom/bust gamble in the draft; Louisville commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 200 pounds

18 – OF Austin Beck (North Davidson HS, North Carolina): good athlete; plus power upside; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; plus arm; CF range; good approach; very similar boom/bust qualities as Jordan Adell; PG comp: Mike Trout (!); Sam Monroy comp: Clint Frazier; North Carolina commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 6-1, 190 pounds

19 – Arkansas SO RHP Blaine Knight: 88-94 FB with sink, 96-97 peak; 79-83 SL; 75-78 CB; CU; great athlete; 2017: 88-96 FB, 97 peak; above-average 77-83 cut-SL, plus upside; 73-75 CB; two breaking balls can morph into one; average 85-87 CU, plus upside; FAVORITE; 6-3, 165 pounds

2016: 8.57 K/9 – 2.61 BB/9 – 48.1 IP – 2.98 ERA
2017: 9.54 K/9 – 1.99 BB/9 – 90.2 IP – 3.28 ERA

20 – Texas A&M JR RHP Corbin Martin: 90-96 FB, 98 peak; 85-90 cutter; above-average to plus 80-87 CB/SL; above-average 84-86 CU, plus upside; plus athlete; FAVORITE; 2017: 91-95 FB; 83-88 cut-SL; above-average CU; CB; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 10.50 K/9 – 6.00 BB/9 – 18.1 IP – 3.00 ERA
2016: 11.29 K/9 – 7.19 BB/9 – 26.1 IP – 5.47 ERA
2017: 9.84 K/9 – 3.87 BB/9 – 86.0 IP – 3.35 ERA

21 – Central Florida JC SO RHP Nate Pearson: 88-94 FB, 98 peak; average CU; mid-70s CB; low-80s SL; good command; FIU transfer; 2017: 92-97 FB, 100-101 peak; 88-90 SL, average upside; above-average 80-81 CB; average 91-92 CU, plus upside; BA comp: Carl Pavano; have heard Carlos Carrasco…and a very quiet Syndergaard comp; 6-6, 250 pounds

2017: 13.11 K/9 – 2.56 BB/9 – 81.0 IP – 1.56 ERA

22 – LHP DL Hall (Valdosta HS, Georgia): 88-94 FB, 97 peak; above-average to plus 72-80 CB, goes both soft and firm (better firmer, 77-80); average yet underdeveloped 73-82 CU with above-average upside, has hit every MPH in my viewing; really good athlete; great command; Monroy and PG comp: Kazmir; BA comp: Kolby Allard; Florida State commit; 6-1, 180 pounds

23 – Louisville SO 3B/OF Drew Ellis: good hit tool; plus power upside; good approach; above-average arm; good enough glove; can also play 1B; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2016: .309/.426/.468 – 17 BB/15 K – 3/4 SB – 94 AB
2017: .362/.453/.695 – 37 BB/37 K – 6/7 SB – 213 AB

24 – 3B/SS Mark Vientos (American Heritage HS, Florida): plus approach; quick bat; above-average to plus arm; above-average to plus power; young for class; below-average speed; above-average defensive upside; old McDaniel comp: Manny Machado; RHH; Miami commit; FAVORITE; 6-3, 190 pounds

25 – SS/2B Jeter Downs (Pace HS, Florida): great athlete; above-average hit tool; average to above-average raw power; plus bat speed; above-average to plus speed; above-average to plus arm strength; really good approach; Miami commit; FAVORITE; RHH; 5-11, 180 pounds

26 – UCLA JR RHP Griffin Canning: 85-91 FB, 93 peak; plus 74-80 CB, leans on it; above-average 84-86 CU, flashes plus; above-average 80-87 SL, plus upside; plus command, especially of FB; good athlete; deceptive; see some Nola here; FAVORITE; 2017: 90-94 FB, 96 peak; 85-88 CU; 83-87 SL; above-average 77-82 CB, big fan; 6-1, 170 pounds

2015: 9.28 K/9 – 0.84 BB/9 – 63.2 IP – 2.95 ERA
2016: 7.82 K/9 – 1.73 BB/9 – 109.1 IP – 3.70 ERA
2017: 10.59 K/9 – 2.42 BB/9 – 119.0 IP – 2.34 ERA

27 – LSU JR RHP Alex Lange: 88-94 FB, 96 peak; above-average 80-85 CB, flashes plus; good 82-88 CU; low-80s cut-SL; 2017: 89-94 FB, 96 peak; 84-87 CU; 79-83 CB; 85 CU; 6-3, 200 pounds

2015: 10.34 K/9 – 3.63 BB/9 – 114.0 IP – 1.97 ERA
2016: 10.08 K/9 – 3.95 BB/9 – 111.2 IP – 3.79 ERA
2017: 10.86 K/9 – 3.24 BB/9 – 111.0 IP – 2.92 ERA

28 – RHP Sam Carlson (Burnsville HS, Minnesota): amazing progression of velocity from 84-92 FB at first look to 88-92 by end of last summer to 90-94 FB in Jupiter to 90-96 FB with sink in spring 2017 (97 peak); average 73-83 split-CU (80-83 by end of summer/Jupiter, really good pitch) with clear plus upside; breaking ball has firmed up from mid-70s CB to present above-average 75-84 SL; ground ball stuff; deceptive; power upside; not quite as talented, but could be considered cold state version of Hunter Greene; Florida commit; BA comp: Logan Shore; FAVORITE; 6-4, 200 pounds

29 – SS Nick Allen (Francis Parker HS, California): plus glove; plus range; great approach; average power upside far outstrips what you’d think when you first see him; average to above-average speed, has turned in some plus times; great athlete; average to above-average arm, plus for some (I buy); some shades of Kevin Newman if you believe in bat; older for class; divisive prospect (arm, power); PG comp: Dustin Pedroia; RHH; FAVORITE; 5-8, 150 pounds

30 – RHP Kevin Abel (Madison HS, California): 87-91 FB with sink; above-average 74-76 CB, plus upside; plus to plus-plus 73-76 CU; mixes in screwball that flashes plus; cutter; 72-79 screwball (CU); shades of Kevin Gowdy from last year; FAVORITE; Oregon State commit; 6-2, 180 pounds

31 – RHP Matthew Sauer (Righetti HS, California): 90-96 FB, 97 peak; average 72-75 CB; above-average 78-81 SL, plus upside; 78-80 CU, average upside; Arizona commit; 6-5, 210 pounds

32 – Mississippi State rJR OF/1B Brent Rooker: plus bat speed; above-average to plus power upside; average speed; average to above-average arm, fits best in LF; good athlete; improving approach; 80-83 FB; 74-76 CB; RHH; FAVORITE; 6-3, 210 pounds

2015: .257/.325/.378 – 7 BB/17 K – 0/0 SB – 74 AB
2016: .320/.371/.553 – 15 BB/46 K – 2/3 SB – 197 AB
2017: .392/.498/.820 – 47 BB/56 K – 18/23 SB – 245 AB

33 – Missouri JR RHP Tanner Houck: 90-96 FB with plus sink, 98-99 peak; above-average 77-84 SL, flashes plus; above-average 83-86 CU, plus upside; criminally underused CU at times; groundball guy; deceptive; PG comps: Aaron Nola and Jered Weaver; Frankie Piliere comp: Max Scherzer; BA comp: Kyle Gibson; coach comp: Darren Dreifort; 2017: 89-94 FB with plus sink, 96 peak; above-average to plus 80-84 SL; average CU; FAVORITE; 6-5, 220 pounds

2015: 8.11 K/9 – 1.07 BB/9 – 100.2 IP – 3.48 ERA
2016: 9.06 K/9 – 2.31 BB/9 – 105.1 IP – 2.99 ERA
2017: 9.04 K/9 – 2.28 BB/9 – 94.2 IP – 3.33 ERA

34 – North Carolina JR OF Brian Miller: good hit tool; quick bat; plus to plus-plus speed (I’m in), many others have it less (above-average); great athlete; great approach; above-average CF range; average to above-average power, closer to average for me; average arm; BA comp: Brett Gardner; LHH; FAVORITE; 6-0, 180 pounds

2015: .288/.375/.326 – 19 BB/16 K – 10/12 SB – 132 AB
2016: .345/.440/.469 – 34 BB/29 K – 21/26 SB – 22