Robby Snelling- LHSP McQueen HS, NV

Ht: 6’3; Wt: 225; Age: 18.5

Throws: Left

The emerging lefty is a strong physical presence on the bump. He played quarterback and linebacker on the football team at McQueen HS, NV. Snelling sits low-to-mid 90s running his heater up to 97mph. More impressively he’s shown plus control and enters the conversation as one of the top pitching prospects in the draft class. The left-hander features a curveball with plus potential and an average projection change up. He is an LSU commitment with plenty of helium this spring and will require a sizable deal to forego college. The Nevada native has mid-round one chatter right now after setting the state record for punchouts.

Projection: Picks 20-40

Bryce Hubbart- LHSP Florida State

Ht: 6’1; Wt: 181; Age: 21

Throws: Left

The Seminoles left-hander features a solid four-pitch mix. He added a slider to his repertoire last year pairing well with his above-average curveball and changeup. His fastball typically sits in the low-90s, touching mid-90s with reports of 97 mph in the past. The left-hander displays average control from an over-the-top slot. He should get plenty of attention from model-driven franchises like Cleveland and Tampa Bay which like his characteristics; deception, young for the draft class, high spin rates, etc.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Eric Brown- SS Coastal Carolina

Ht: 5’10; Wt: 190; Age: 21.5

Throws: Right; Bats: Right

The Chanticleers middle infielder has a unique approach at the plate reminiscent of Julio Franco. He shows advanced bat-to-ball skills with a near 1-to-1 strikeout to walk rate. Defensively, Brown has a sure glove and displays quality actions projecting to stick long-term at shortstop. He’s an above-average runner with a high baseball IQ. Brown should be coveted this summer by teams that pursue those traits.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Adam Mazur- RHSP Iowa

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 180; Age: 21.2

Throws: Right

The athletic right-hander sits in the low-90s running his heater up to 97 mph. He utilizes both a two and four-seamer pairing it with a low-to-mid 80s slider that flashes plus potential. Mazur rounds out his pitch repertoire with a firm mid-80s changeup and a curve. The righty started his collegiate career at South Dakota State and appeared last summer in the Cape Cod League where he put the amateur baseball world on notice of his arrival. Mazur fits model-driven teams that will like his age, volume, and quality of his pitches, and his high-level performance in the CCBL. With a drought of healthy college arms this year he might go in the back of round one.

Projection: Picks 25-50

Drew Gilbert- OF Tennessee

Ht: 5’9; Wt: 185; Age: 21.9

Bats: Left; Throws: Left

The left-handed-hitting Gilbert can man all three outfield spots with (plus) speed for center and plenty of arm strength for right field. Gilbert has experience as a reliever and touched 94 mph on the mound. At the dish, he shows plenty of bat-to-ball skills and zone awareness. It’s an intriguing profile with athleticism and the potential to draft an intense competitor and SEC performer.

Projection: Picks 30-60

Gavin Turley- OF Hamilton HS, AZ

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 195; Age: 18.6

Bats: Right; throws: Right

The Arizona native is a potential five-tool athlete with premium speed and plus raw power potential. At the dish, there are swing and miss concerns as there are typical many young power hitters. Turley has the speed and the arm to handle all the outfield positions with ease. The Oregon State commit will command a healthy signing bonus to forego his collegiate commitment.

Projection: Picks 30-50

Brock Jones- OF Stanford

Ht: 6’1; Wt: 185; Age: 21.3

Bats: Left; Throws: Left

The Cardinal outfielder patrols both center and left fields with a fringey arm despite his powerful build. Jones played safety his freshman season with the football team. At the dish, he has a fringey to average hit tool with potential above-average power outcomes. He will take plenty of walks with a near 1-to-1 strikeout to walk ratio displaying good zone awareness. The strong-framed Jones has room for improvements with his sole focus on baseball now.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Cayden Wallace- OF Arkansas

Ht: 6’1; Wt: 205; Age: 20.9

Bats: Right; Throws: Right

Wallace displays a fringey hit tool but has improved strikeout to walk rates to a near 1-to-1 ratio. It has not come without a cost, as the right-handed slugger has shown less pop this spring. There is above-average power potential with similar speed and arm strength. He has experience playing all three outfield spots projecting well to right field and could handle the hot corner with plenty of arm strength for the position.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Luis Ramirez- RHSP Long Beach State

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 200; Age: 21.2

Throws: Right

The Dirtbags right-hander missed a pair of appearances this season before eventually returning and showing he was healthy. On the mound, he sits in the low-90s with his sinking fastball and runs it up to 95 mph. His slider sits in the low-80s and shows above-average potential. He rounds out his repertoire with a change and average command. Ramirez pitched well in the Cape Cod League in 2021 and will entice several clubs in mid-to-late round two to Competitive Balance Round B.

Projection: 40-70

Jacob Miller- RHSP Liberty Union HS, OH

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 180; Age: 18.9

Throws: Right

The Ohio native sits in the low-90s and touches the mid-90s with reports of 97 mph in the past. He has both a curve and slider with the former getting plus reviews and the latter above-average. Miller pulls his four-pitch mix together with a change of pace and average command. The right-hander is a University of Louisville commit and will command a sizable bonus to forego his collegiate commitment.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Conner Staine- RHSP Central Florida

Ht: 6’4; Wt: 200; Age: 21.5

Throws: Right

A transfer from Maryland to Central Florida, Staine performed well with Brewster in the CCBL last summer. He utilizes a low-to-mid 90s fastball running up to 96-97 mph. He has a developing four-pitch mix with an average set of breaking pitches and a change of pace. Staine’s control lags, but there’s potential for a middle of the rotation arm in the right system.

Projection: Picks 40-60

Reggie Crawford- LHP UConn

Ht: 6’3; Wt: 235; Age: 21.5

Throws: Left

Crawford has been a two-way player to this point in his career. Unfortunately, an elbow injury shut down the lefty resulting in TJS this spring. On the bump, he has a mid-90s heater that touches 99 mph. He pairs his fastball with a devastating slider and a little-used change of pace all with fringe to average control. There’s little track record of innings to believe he will start and his collegiate performance points toward a back of the bullpen shutdown type of lefty. Frankly, there are shades of Anthony Gose here.

Projection: Picks 50-75

Parker Messick- LHSP Florida State

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 225; Age: 21.7

Throws: Left

Messick features a solid four-pitch mix with a low-90s fastball and an above-average to plus or better changeup his best pitches. He deploys both a curveball and slider and can generate outs. The left-hander is a strike-thrower with the potential to move quickly through a system with his blend of polish, handedness, and control. Messick projects well as a backend 4/5th starter long term.

Projection: Picks 40-60

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