Wednesday, May 29, 2013

2013 MLB Draft Essentials

The Draft Order
My Top 400 Draft Prospects

Players with Signability Questions

Latest Mock Draft
2013 MLB Mock Draft (5-2)

2013 MLB Draft: West Region Report
2013 MLB Draft: Texas/Oklahoma Region
2013 MLB Draft: Southeast Region
2013 MLB Draft: Florico Region Report
2013 MLB Draft: Central Region Report
2013 MLB Draft: Northeast Region Report
2013 MLB Draft: California Report
2013 MLB Draft: Atlantic Region

Very Early top 100


Looking Ahead:
2014 MLB Draft Top Prospects
2015 MLB Draft Top Prospects


2013 MLB Draft Book Now Available

Most of the info above is compiled in this conveniant PDF.

This years' MLB Draft Book costs whatever you wish to donate to helping me improve my coverage next year. $0.01 is the minimum just to run the transaction. Donate and I'll email you the book in PDF form. It is 101 pages of Prospect info. Those that donate will likely get a discount on next years book or additional information that the rest will not get.

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This years' MLB Draft Book costs whatever you wish to donate to helping me improve my coverage next year. $0.01 is the minimum just to run the transaction. Donate and I'll email you the book in PDF form. It is 101 pages of Prospect info. Those that donate will likely get a discount on next years book or additional information that the rest will not get.

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2013 MLB Mock Draft Version 2.0

2013 MLB Mock Draft, Version 2.0
While the top 3 picks seem pretty straight forward, I could be wrong. The top 20 picks or so seem to be the top 20 players, even though the order is jumbled, most of them will go early. The rest of the draft is really hard to predict. It's really rolling dice but I did what I thought made sense for each team. If I did this again as soon as this one was completed, it would be different, but that's the fun of this right now, right?

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Updated 2014 and 2015 Draft Boards

They aren't thoroughly gone over but I updated guys that have caught my eye. These will be updated again late July-Early August

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

2013 MLB Draft Book Now Available

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This years' MLB Draft Book costs whatever you wish to donate to helping me improve my coverage next year. $0.01 is the minimum just to run the transaction. Donate and I'll email you the book in PDF form. It is 101 pages of Prospect info. Those that donate will likely get a discount on next years book or additional information that the rest will not get.

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2013 MLB Draft Book Now Available

Click Donate to order:

This years' MLB Draft Book costs whatever you wish to donate to helping me improve my coverage next year. $0.01 is the minimum just to run the transaction. Donate and I'll email you the book in PDF form. It is 101 pages of Prospect info. Those that donate will likely get a discount on next years book or additional information that the rest will not get.

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Saturday, May 18, 2013

2013 MLB Draft: Players With Signability Questions


Every year there are a few guys that have strong college commitments. Last year, I posted a list of 29 players that I thought could be tough signs. 19 ended up on campus. Alford signed but didn't give up football, so I was kind of right there as well. I don't have as good of a feel with some this year so I've expanded the list. Listed is the percentage that I expect them to be on campus next year.


2013 MLB Draft: Players With Signability Questions


Every year there are a few guys that have strong college commitments. Last year, I posted a list of 29 players that I thought could be tough signs. 19 ended up on campus. Alford signed but didn't give up football, so I was kind of right there as well. I don't have as good of a feel with some this year so I've expanded the list. Listed is the percentage that I expect them to be on campus next year.


College Players
Karsten Whitson, P, Florida 98%
After shoulder surgery, it is likely Whitson returns to Florida for another chance to show his talent.
Austin Wilson, OF, Stanford 5%
This is a little outside the box. Wilson was out much of the year with an injury. He didn't get the chance to show if he could hit for power as well as average. If he doesn't get picked in the top 20, he won't get $2 million or more and that could mean he rolls the dice again. Pure speculation, but the crop of college bats may be as bad or worse next season.
Prep Players with their commitment
Jordan Sheffield, P, Vanderbilt 98%
Sheffield had Tommy John surgery and isn't likely to command a high pick. With slotting, overplaying late isn't as strong of an option but could still happen. I expect to see him pitching for Vandy.
Chris Oakley, P, North Carolina 90%
Oakley has a load of potential but is a long ways off. I expect him to hone his game or fall off at N.C. similar to what por teams did with Taylore Cherry
Connor Jones, P, Virginia 80%
Virginia always gets good arms. Jones could be the next in a long line.
Alec Hansen, P, Oklahoma 80%
Hansen is a guy who I could see improving similar to fellow Colorado native Kevin Gausman in college. Oklahoma will have two spots in their weekend rotation open.
Christian Arroyo, SS, Florida 80%
Arroyo really screams college player to me. He doesn't flash big tools but is a solid player.
Kramer Robertson, SS, Louisiana State 70%
Robertson's family values education and he has a good shot at improving at LSU.
Ryder Jones, 3B, Stanford 70%
Commitments to Stanford are often hard to sign players away from. Jones seems the most likely to make it to Stanford this year. He could be a draft eligible sophomore as well.
Mark Ecker, P, Texas A&M 70%
Ecker really seems like an Aggie to me. More gut than anything.
Dominic Taccolini, P, Arkansas 70%
Taccolini could be a solid two way player at Arkansas. He could step in at the back of the pen immediately.
Kevin Trader, P, Chipola (Fla.) JC 65%
Could go to Chipola and dominate instead of playing in a cold weather area like Maryland. He would be eligbile again next season. He reminds me a bit of Marcus Stroman.
Sean Brady, P, Florida 65%
Florida always has a surplus of arms. Brady could join the next class. It all depends on how highly he gets drafted.
Chris Rivera, SS, Cal State Fullerton 60%
Rivera could be a Titan and improve his bat at the college level while showing his versatility around the diamond and maybe even on the mound. This seems likely to me.
Dominic Nunez, C, UCLA 60%
Nunez is the type of player who could solidify his tools in college and parlay that into a high draft pick in three years.
A.J. Puk, P, Florida 60%
Puk is a very interesting two way player and could be next in line in Florida behind Brian Johnson and Justin Shaffer.
Jack Klein, OF, Stanford 60%
Klein is another likely candidate to end up at Stanford. His age could allow him to be a draft eligible sophomore as well.
Stephen Gonsalves, P, San Diego 60%
Gonsalves hasn't shown his potential this year and could step in immediately and make an impact at San Diego. He will also be a draft eligible sophomore, I believe.
Gosuke Katoh, 2B, UCLA 60%
Katoh is also the kind of guy who could improve and solidify his tools in college and go higher in three eyars.
Zach Burdi, P, Iowa 60%
Burdi's brother gained a lot of velocity and improved his draft stock considerably. That may weigh into Zach's decision.
Kyle Serrano, P, Tennessee 50%
Serrano's Dad is the new coach at Tennessee and the SEC is growing all the time. It could be a good step for the elder Serrano's coaching career if his son came aboard and helped turn around Tennessee.
Dustin Driver, P, UCLA 50%
Driver doesn't have the front of the rotation stuff to be drafted in the top half of the first round but he could prove that he is a solid mid rotation starter and make that happen after three years at UCLA.
Joe Martarano, 3B, Boise State (FB) 50%
Martarano has a football scholarship to Boise State. That's the big thing. There isn't a baseball program there. He is the most likely player to sign but play both sports.
John Sternagel, 3B, Florida 50%
Sternagel can hit. The question is defense. He could prove he is a solid all around player in college and improve his stock as well.
Logan Shore, P, Florida 50%
Shore could attend Florida if he isn't drafted as highly as he expects to be.
Kevin Franklin, 3B, Arizona State 50%
Franklin could prove his defensive ability and put up big power numbers at ASU. There would be an opening for him immediately.
Nick Longhi, 1B, Louisiana State 50%
Longhi is the type of guy who could lead a team to a championship at the college level. He is that type of guy.
Cal Quantrill, P, Stanford 50%
This is tough. The kid is a genius. His Dad was a pro pitcher. He could go either way but I think someone could overdraft him and pay him because he is a special talent in many ways.
Riley Unroe, SS, Southern California 40%
Unroe is the kind of player that may not get drafted highly because he isn't all tooled up but could show his polish in college and improve his draft position, kinda like what Alex Bregman is doing this year.
Ryan Boldt, OF, Nebraska 40%
Boldt got hurt this spring and will play minimally, if at all, prior to the draft. That means a team will have to go out on a limb to take him in a signable area. That means he may end up at Nebraska.
Zack Collins, 1B, Miami 40%
Collins has been streaky last fall and this spring. He's a good hitter and may end up getting drafted well after where his potential deserves. Due to this, he may go to Miami to prove his value, though getting AB's there could be hard unless he continues to catch.
Cord Sandberg, OF, Mississippi State 30%
Sandberg is also a solid football prospect and has said he will need a few days after he gets drafred to decide if he is going to school or not. I think he prefers baseball but I could be wrong.
Cavan Biggio, 3B, Virginia 30%
Biggio is committed to Notre Dame and his brother plays there as well. We all know he doesn't need the signing bonus money.
Clinton Hollon, P, Kentucky 30%
Hollon has a few knocks against him but could prove the doubters wrong at Kentucky, who have done well developing pitchers. He could improve his stock there.
Robert Tyler, P, Georgia 30%
Another gut feeling but he seems like a Georgia pitcher. He is very young and could come out of college in better shape come draft day.
Will Crowe, P, South Carolina 30%
The Gamecocks don't mind thick builds on their pitchers. He could be an anchor of their staff for three years.
Connor Heady, SS, Kentucky 30%
Heady would be a solid bat up the middle and could replace JT Riddle if he signs and goes to pro ball.
Kohl Stewart, P, Texas A&M 2%
Stewart is a football commit to Texas A & M and is a very good quarterback but he should get drafted high enough for it to not be an issue. His future is on the mound.
Nick Ciuffo, C, South Carolina 2%
Ciuffo commited to South Carolina as a freshman so by default his commitment is strong. There is no reason it should come into paly though, as he will be drafted highly.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

2013 MLB Draft Board

This is not a list of the top 400 prospects based on a composite of scout or expert opinions or even current talent. This is just my ranking. This is my projection and how I see the players stacking up. There will still be some changes to this prior to and even during the draft based how the draft unfolds but this is what I would start with.


2013 Draft Board
NamePOSLevelLGStateCollege
1Kris Bryant1BJRCollegeCaliforniaSan Diego
2Clint FrazierOFHSHSGeorgia
3Jonathan GrayPJRCollegeOklahomaOklahoma
4Mark AppelPSRCollegeCaliforniaStanford
5Colin Moran3BJRCollegeNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina
6Kohl StewartPHSHSTexas
7Dominic Smith1BHSHSCalifornia
8Braden ShipleyPJRCollegeNevadaNevada
9Jonathan DenneyCHSHSOklahoma
10Nick CiuffoCHSHSSouth Carolina
11Austin WilsonOFJRCollegeCaliforniaStanford
12Ryne StanekPJRCollegeArkansasArkansas
13Reese McGuireCHSHSWashington
14Austin MeadowsOFHSHSGeorgia
15Robert KaminskyPHSHSNew Jersey
16Sean ManaeaPJRCollegeIndianaIndiana State
17Trey BallPHSHSIndiana
18Ian ClarkinPHSHSCalifornia
19John Paul CrawfordSSHSHSCalifornia
20Hunter RenfroeOFJRCollegeMississippiMississippi State
21Billy McKinneyOFHSHSTexas
22Chris OkeyCHSHSFlorida
23Riley UnroeSSHSHSArizona
24Bobby WahlPJRCollegeMississippiMississippi
25Chris AndersonPJRCollegeFloridaJacksonville
26Jan Hernandez3BHSHSPuerto Rico
27Ryan BoldtOFHSHSMinnesota
28Mason SmithOFHSHSIdaho
29Justin WilliamsOFHSHSLouisiana
30Jonathon CrawfordPJRCollegeFloridaFlorida
31Brett MoralesPHSHSFlorida
32Ryan McMahon3BHSHSCalifornia
33Zack Collins1BHSHSFlorida
34Hunter HarveyPHSHSNorth Carolina
35Devin WilliamsPHSHSMissouri
36Aaron JudgeOFJRCollegeCaliforniaFresno State
37Kyle SerranoPHSHSTennessee
38Josh HartOFHSHSGeorgia
39Jake BrentzPHSHSMissouri
40Dustin DriverPHSHSWashington
41Joe Martarano3BHSHSIdaho
42Drew Ward3BHSHSOklahoma
43Cord SandbergOFHSHSFlorida
44D.J. Peterson3BJRCollegeNew MexicoNew Mexico
45Philip ErvinOFJRCollegeAlabamaSamford
46Phil BickfordPHSHSCalifornia
47Tim AndersonSSJ1CollegeMississippiEast Central
48Tyler O'NeilCHSHSCanada
49Jeremy MartinezCHSHSCalifornia
50Dustin PetersonSSHSHSArizona
51John Sternagel3BHSHSFlorida
52Cavan Biggio3BHSHSTexas
53Andy McGuire3BHSHSVirginia
54Connor JonesPHSHSVirginia
55Matt KrookPHSHSCalifornia
56Oscar MercadoSSHSHSFlorida
57Clinton HollonPHSHSKentucky
58Marco GonzalesPJRCollegeWashingtonGonzaga
59Michael LorenzenOFJRCollegeCaliforniaCal State Fullerton
60Kent EmanuelPJRCollegeNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina
61Karsten WhitsonPJRCollegeFloridaFlorida
62Andrew ThurmanPJRCollegeCaliforniaUC Irvine
63A.J. VanegasPJRCollegeCaliforniaStanford
64Travis Demeritte3BHSHSGeorgia
65Tom WindlePJRCollegeMinnesotaMinnesota
66Alex GonzalezPJRCollegeOklahomaOral Roberts
67Jordan ParoubeckOFHSHSCalifornia
68Terry McClureOFHSHSGeorgia
69Garrett WilliamsPHSHSLouisiana
70Chris RiveraSSHSHSCalifornia
71Andrew MitchellPJRCollegeTexasTexas Christian
72Ryan EadesPJRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
73Dillon OvertonPJRCollegeOklahomaOklahoma
74Jonah WeselyPHSHSCalifornia
75Casey ShanePHSHSTexas
76Akeem BostickPHSHSSouth Carolina
77Kevin ZiomekPJRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
78Brian NavarretoCHSHSFlorida
79Logan ShorePHSHSMinnesota
80Adam PlutkoPJRCollegeCaliforniaUCLA
81Jordan SheffieldPHSHSTennessee
82Dominic NunezCHSHSCalifornia
83Stephen AlemaisSSHSHSFlorida
84Cody Bellinger1BHSHSArizona
85Trevor WilliamsPJRCollegeArizonaArizona State
86Jason HurshPJRCollegeOklahomaOklahoma State
87Aaron BlairPJRCollegeWest VirginiaMarshall
88Trey Williams3BJ1CollegeCaliforniaCollege of the Canyons
89Cody ReedPJ1CollegeAlabamaNorthwest Mississippi
90Matthew McPhearsonOFHSHSMaryland
91Max KnutsonPHSHSMinnesota
92Tyler DanishPHSHSFlorida
93A.J. PukPHSHSIowa
94Stuart TurnerCJRCollegeMississippiMississippi
95Hunter Dozier3BJRCollegeTexasStephen F. Austin
96Kevin DavisPHSHSAlabama
97Hunter GreenPHSHSKentucky
98Alec HansenPHSHSColorado
99Rowdy Tellez1BHSHSCalifornia
100Alex BalogPJRCollegeCaliforniaSan Francisco
101Derik BeauprezPHSHSColorado
102Dylan CoveyPJRCollegeCaliforniaSan Diego
103Daniel PalkaOFJRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
104Corey KnebelPJRCollegeTexasTexas
105Zane EvansCJRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
106Willie AbreuOFHSHSFlorida
107Victor CaratiniCSOCollegeFloridaMiami-Dade
108Scott FrazierPJRCollegeCaliforniaPepperdine
109Eric JagieloOFJRCollegeIndianaNotre Dame
110Weston WilsonSSHSHSNorth Carolina
111Harrison CooneyPJRCollegeFloridaFlorida Gulf Coast
112Tom MiloneOFHSHSConnecticut
113Andrew KnappCJRCollegeCaliforniaCalifornia
114Teddy StankiewiczPJ1CollegeOklahomaSeminole State
115Carlos SalazarPHSHSCalifornia
116Austin KubitzaPJRCollegeTexasRice
117Trey MasekPJRCollegeTexasTexas Tech
118Colby SuggsPJRCollegeArkansasArkansas
119Jarret DeHartOFHSHSNew Jersey
120Cody Gunter3BJ1CollegeTexasGrayson County
121K.J. WoodsOFHSHSSouth Carolina
122Mike MayersPJRCollegeMississippiMississippi
123Kramer RobertsonSSHSHSTexas
124Jackson LambOFHSHSMichigan
125Gunnar McNeill1BHSHSFlorida
126Andrew DunlapPHSHSTexas
127Andrew ChurchPHSHSNevada
128Robert TylerPHSHSGeorgia
129Mark ArmstrongPHSHSNew York
130Ryder Jones3BHSHSNorth Carolina
131Ivan WilsonOFHSHSLouisiana
132Chad Pinder3BJRCollegeVirginiaVirginia Tech
133Austin NicelyPHSHSVirginia
134Kort PetersonOFHSHSCalifornia
135Trae ArbetSSHSHSCalifornia
136Dustin FowlerOFHSHSGeorgia
137Conrad Gregor1BJRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
138Stephen TarpleyPJ2CollegeArizonaScottsdale
139Tony RizzottiPJRCollegeLouisianaTulane
140Keegan ThompsonPHSHSAlabama
141Jack KleinOFHSHSCalifornia
142Thomas HatchPHSHSOklahoma
143Sheldon NeuseSSHSHSTexas
144Mark EckerPHSHSTexas
145Keenan InnisOFHSHSGeorgia
146Kevin Franklin3BHSHSCalifornia
147Connor WilliamsOFJ1CollegeUtahSalt Lake
148Jake FraleyOFHSHSDelaware
149Kevin TraderPHSHSMaryland
150Luke LanpherePHSHSCalifornia
151Michael ShawarynPHSHSNew Jersey
152Rob ZastryznyPJRCollegeMissouriMissouri
153Chris ViallPHSHSCalifornia
154Casey MeisnerPHSHSTexas
155Seth MartinezPHSHSArizona
156Nick Longhi1BHSHSFlorida
157Jimmie SherfyPJRCollegeOregonOregon
158Tucker Neuhaus3BHSHSFlorida
159Carson BaranikPJ2CollegeFloridaMiami-Dade
160Christian ArroyoSSHSHSFlorida
161Michael O'NeillOFJRCollegeMichiganMichigan
162Tres Barrera3BHSHSTexas
163Corey RayOFHSHSIllinois
164Ronnie HealyCHSHSFlorida
165Dan ChildPJRCollegeOregonOregon State
166Sean BradyPHSHSFlorida
167Ryon Healy1BJRCollegeOregonOregon
168Stephen GonsalvesPHSHSCalifornia
169Ricardo JacquezPJ2CollegeArizonaCentral Arizona
170Chuckie RobinsonCHSHSIllinois
171Tyler AlamoCHSHSCalifornia
172Bernardo BonifacioOFHSHSFlorida
173Eugene VazquezOFHSHSFlorida
174Matthew ThaissCHSHSNew Jersey
175Chris KohlerPHSHSCalifornia
176Joe Alexander JimenezPHSHSPuerto Rico
177Anthony SherlagCHSHSGeorgia
178Will CrowePHSHSTennessee
179Blake HennesseySSHSHSFlorida
180Trevor GottPJRCollegeKentuckyKentucky
181Dace KimePJRCollegeKentuckyLouisville
182Aaron BrownPSOCollegeCaliforniaPepperdine
183Myles SmithPJ3CollegeTennesseeLee
184Jesse RothPHSHSNew Jersey
185Jake Bauers1BHSHSCalifornia
186Billy RothOFHSHSCalifornia
187Blake TaylorPHSHSCalifornia
188Daniel GibsonPJRCollegeFloridaFlorida
189Anfernee GrierOFHSHSAlabama
190John SimmsPJRCollegeTexasRice
191Malik Collymore2BHSHSCanada
192Brian Ragira1BJRCollegeCaliforniaStanford
193Trey TeakellPSOCollegeTexasTexas Christian
194Brett BinningSSHSHSCalifornia
195Jake JohansenPSRCollegeTexasDallas Baptist
196Connor HeadySSHSHSKentucky
197Hunter LockwoodCJ2CollegeTexasWeatherford
198Dane McFarlandOFHSHSCalifornia
199Nick BucknerOFHSHSTexas
200Stephen WrennOFHSHSGeorgia
201Bryce WelbornPHSHSTexas
202Gosuke Katoh2BHSHSCalifornia
203Joe Dudek1BHSHSNew Jersey
204Kean Wong3BHSHSHawaii
205Cory ThompsonPHSHSSouth Carolina
206Chase NymanSSJ1CollegeFloridaChipola
207CD PelhamPHSHSSouth Carolina
208Johneshwy FargasOFHSHSPuerto Rico
209Dominic Ficociello2BJRCollegeArkansasArkansas
210Garrett HampsonPHSHS

211Francis ChristyCHSHSCalifornia
212Connor JonesPHSHSGeorgia
213Jared King1BJRCollegeKansasKansas State
214Mitchell GarverCSRCollegeNew MexicoNew Mexico
215Jacoby JonesOFJRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
216Ian McKinneyPHSHSFlorida
217Josh DezsePJRCollegeOhioOhio State
218Jared BrasherPHSHSAlabama
219Steve FarinaroPHSHSCalifornia
220Brandon ThomasOFSRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
221Colin WintersOFHSHSCalifornia
222Dan SlaniaPJRCollegeIndianaNotre Dame
223Zach BurdiPHSHSIllinois
224Brady CorlessPJ1HSUtahSalt Lake
225Jason SierraOFHSHSFlorida
226Jeff ThompsonPJRCollegeKentuckyLouisville
227Zach FarmerPHSHSOhio
228Tyler AlexanderPJ3CollegeTexasCarroll
229Alex HainesPJRCollegePennsylvaniaSeton Hill
230Cole StaplerPHSHSLouisiana
231Cal QuantrillPHSHSCanada
232Chris OakleyPHSHSNew Jersey
233Jason MondaOFJRCollegeWashingtonWashington State
234J.B. WoodmanOFHSHSFlorida
235Reid HumphreysSSHSHSMississippi
236Ed VoylesPHSHSGeorgia
237Jim VoylesPHSHSGeorgia
238Patrick MurphyPHSHSArizona
239Hunter Simmons3BHSHSCalifornia
240Joseph Corrigan1BHSHSCalifornia
241Dylan LaVelle3BJ1CollegeWashingtonEverett
242Konner WadePJRCollegeArizonaArizona
243Mason Katz1BSRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
244Josh UhenPSOCollegeWisconsinWisconsin-Milwaukee
245J.T. Riddle2BJRCollegeKentuckyKentucky
246Ian Hagenmiller3BHSHSFlorida
247Nick BanksOFHSHSTexas
248Brad SchreiberPSRCollegeIndianaPurdue
249Brennon LundOFHSHSUtah
250Buck FarmerPSRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
251D.J. SneltenPJRCollegeMinnesotaMinnesota
252Wesley Jones3BHSHSGeorgia
253Cassidy BrownCHSHSOhio
254Ryan CordellOFJRCollegeVirginiaLiberty
255Andrew KelleyPHSHSTexas
256Spencer NavinCJRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
257Arden PabstCHSHSCalifornia
258David GatesPJ2CollegeTexasHoward
259A.J. BoguckiPHSHSPennsylvania
260Scott EicholtzPHSHSFlorida
261Derek BurkamperPHSHSIowa
262Barrett AstinPJRCollegeArkansasArkansas
263Dakota FreesePSOCollegeIowaDes Moines Area
264Brantley BellSSHSHSArizona
265Lachlan Fontaine3BHSHSCanadaSutherland
266Vickash Ramjit1BSRCollegeFloridaFlorida
267T.J. PecoraroPJRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
268Trey Michalczewski3BHSHSOklahoma
269Kayden PorterPJ1CollegeUtahSouthern Nevada
270Juan Escarra3BHSHSFlorida
271Trevor CliftonPHSHSTennessee
272Dominic TaccoliniPHSHSTexas
273Tyler SkulinaPJRCollegeOhioKent State
274DeAndre SmelterPJRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
275CJ ChathamSSHSHSFlorida
276Hunter JarmonOFHSHSTexas
277Corey Simpson1BHSHSTexas
278Matt VogelPHSHSNew York
279Ryley MacEachernPHSHSConnecticut
280Daulton JefferiesPHSHSCalifornia
281Zach RicePHSHSVirginia
282Dylan Manwaring3BHSHSNew York
283Tony Kemp2BJRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
284Sam MollPJRCollegeTennesseeMemphis
285Jake McCaslandPJRCollegeNew MexicoNew Mexico
286Nick PetreePJRCollegeMissouriMissouri State
287Gandy StubblefieldPSOCollegeTexasTexas A&M
288Jimmy Yezzo3BJRCollegeDelawareDelaware
289Logan KochCHSHSNorth Carolina
290Jacob MayOFJRCollegeSouth CarolinaCoastal Carolina
291Jeff DriskelOFSOCollegeFloridaFlorida
292Silento SaylesOFHSHSMississippi
293Edwin DiazSSHSHSPuerto RicoLadislao Martinez Otero
294Cole WiperPSOCollegeOregonOregon
295Aubrey McCarty1BHSHSGeorgia
296Ben WetzlerPJRCollegeOregonOregon State
297Kyle FinneganPJRCollegeTexasTexas State
298Derek Rustich3BHSHSCalifornia
299Kacy ClemensPHSHSTexas
300Cal BeckerPFRCollegeCaliforniaPalm Beach State
301Joseph StarlingPHSHSFlorida
302John RileyCHSHSCalifornia
303Matt ObersteOFJRCollegeOklahomaOklahoma
304Erich KnabPJ1CollegeSouth CarolinaSpartanburg Methodist
305John KilichowskiPHSHSFlorida
306Jae Roberts3BHSHSSouth Carolina
307Mike YastrzemskiOFSRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
308Justin GonzalezSSSRCollegeFloridaFlorida State
309Corey LittrellPJRCollegeKentuckyKentucky
310Matt WalkerPHSHSTexas
311Marcus DoiOFHSHSHawaii
312Adam FrazierSSJRCollegeMississippiMississippi State
313Dale CareyOFJRCollegeFloridaMiami
314Dalton Duty2BHSHSFlorida
315Ben DeLuzioSSHSHSFlorida
316M.T. MinacciSSHSHSFlorida
317A.J. Balta2BHSHSCalifornia
318John Underwood1BJ2CollegeFloridaPalm Beach State
319Bryce Harman1BHSHSVirginia
320Alex BosticPHSHSNorth Carolina
321Nic PivettaPJ2CollegeNew MexicoNew Mexico
322Jack RobertsPHSHSVirginia
323Andrew HillisPSRCollege
Lee Univ.
324Jaycob BrugmanOFJRCollegeUtahBrigham Young
325Aldo Koutsoyanopulos3BHSHSCalifornia
326Dalton Dulin2BHSHSTennessee
327Shon CarsonOFSOCollegeSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina (FB)
328Austin SextonPHSHSAlabama
329Krey BratsenOFJRCollegeTexasTexas A&M
330Ryan TellaOFJRCollegeAlabamaAuburn
331Billy FlamionOFSOCollegeCaliforniaGrossmont
332Evan SmithPJRCollegeAlabama
333Thomas RogersPHSHSVirginia
334Tyler RossCJRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
335Jacob HeywardOFHSHSGeorgia
336James RamsayOFJRCollegeFloridaSouth Florida
337Matt RobertsCJRCollegeNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina
338Lonnie KauppilaSSJRCollegeCaliforniaStanford
339Jordan HowardPHSHSGeorgia
340Eric GarzaSSHSHSTexas
341Nick RumbelowPJRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
342Nicholas Washington3BHSHSFlorida
343Dustin DeMuth3BJRCollegeIndianaIndiana
344Zack Powers3BJRCollegeFloridaFlorida
345Kurt McCunePJRCollegeLouisianaLouisiana State
346Jerad GrundyPSRCollegeKentuckyKentucky
347Kyle CrockettPJRCollegeVirginiaVirginia
348Alec BettingerPHSHSVirginia
349Pete Alonso3BHSHSFlorida
350Kyle WrenOFJRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
351Mark PaytonOFJRCollegeTexasTexas
352Sean DwyerOFJRCollegeFloridaFlorida Gulf Coast
353Alex HagnerPHSHSFlorida
354Brenton AllenOFJRCollegeCaliforniaUCLA
355Kyle CarterOFJ1CollegeGeorgiaMiami-Dade
356Pat BiondiOFSRCollegeMichiganMichigan
357Adam EngelOFJRCollegeKentuckyLouisville
358Connor HarrellOFSRCollegeTennesseeVanderbilt
359Will CraigPHSHSTennessee
360Demetrius SimsSSHSHSMichigan
361Christian PelaezPHSHSFlorida
362Adrian De HortaPHSHSCalifornia
363Carlos WilliamsOFHSHSTennessee
364Justin BrantleyPSRCollegeNew YorkSiena
365Eric WilliamsOFHSHSTexas
366Lukas SchiraldiPJ1HSTexasNavarro
367Erich Weiss3BJRCollegeTexasTexas
368Colin BrayOFJ1HSAlabamaFaulkner State
369Taylor BlatchOFHSHSFlorida
370Elliott BarzilliSSHSHSCalifornia
371Torii HunterOFHSHSTexas
372Wade WassCJ3CollegeAlabamaAlabama
373Spencer TraynerSSHSHSFlorida
374Tanner DraperPHSHSUtah
375Eli WhiteSSHSHSSouth Carolina
376Logan IceCHSHSWashington
377L.J. Mazzilli2BSRCollegeConnecticutConnecticut
378Jamie WestbrookSSHSHSArizona
379Ben LivelyPJRCollegeFloridaCentral Florida
380Randy LeBlancPJRCollegeLouisianaTulane
381David Denson1BHSHSCalifornia
382Matt GrimesPJRCollegeGeorgiaGeorgia Tech
383Trevin HaseltinePHSHSCalifornia
384Matt BoydPSRCollegeOregonOregon State
385Trey Lee CobbPHSHSOklahoma
386Tyler HoranOFJRCollegeVirginiaVirginia Tech
387Tray RobertsOFHSHSSouth Carolina
388Drew Dosch3BJRCollegeOhioYoungstown State
389Andy HoniotesPHSHSIllinois
390Albert MinnisPJRCollegeKansasWichita State
391Jamar BurnetteOFHSHSCanada
392Tyler BarnettePJRCollegeNorth CarolinaCharlotte
393Javier SalasPJRCollegeFloridaMiami
394lolana AkauCHSHSHawaii
395Alex LakatosPJRCollegeMichiganMichigan
396Tyler LinehanPJRCollegeCaliforniaFresno State
397Michael WagnerPJRCollegeCaliforniaSan Diego
398Paul PaezPJ2CollegeCaliforniaRio Hondo
399Michael BarashCHSHSFlorida
400Cody ThomasOFHSHSTexas