Caden Dana- RHSP Don Bosco HS, NJ

Ht: 6’5; Wt: 225; Age 18.7

Throws: Right

The Kentucky commit sits low-to-mid 90s paired with an above-average mid-70s curve and a fringey change of pace. Like a lot of young power pitchers, his control needs work.

Projection: 75-125

Luke Gold- 2B Boston College

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 220; Age: 21.8

Bats: Right; Throws: Right

The Golden Eagles infielder has a solid average or better hit tool with a near 1-to-1 walk rate-to-strikeout rate. Defensively, Gold is probably a fringey second baseman.

Projection: 75-125

Nolan McLean- 3B/RHRP Oklahoma State

Ht: 6’3; Wt: 205; Age: 20.9

Bats: Right; Throws: Right

McLean could be one of the rare players that gets development time both ways. His bat provides massive power potential but the strikeouts pile up with ease. On the hill, McLean runs his heater up to 98 mph and pairs it with a devastating slider and curveball combo. There’s a chance a team buys the athleticism and converts him full-time to a power relief role.

Projection: 100-150

Jackson Humphries- LHSP Fuquay-Varina HS, NC

Ht: 6’1; Wt: 200; Age: 18

Throws: Left

The Campbell commit has four pitch-mix. His fastball sits low-90s and can reach the mid-90s. Humphries has an above-average high spin low-80s slider, followed by his curve and change of pace. Like with many young players, the lefty has had some inconsistency issues this spring.

Projection: Picks 75-125

Brandon Sproat- RHRP Florida

Ht: 6’3; Wt: 205; Age: 21.9

Throws: Right

The Gators righty sits in the mid-90s and can touch 100 mph occasionally. He has a solid four-pitch-mix. Sproat’s best secondary is an above-average to plus slider followed by his change-up and his curveball. He has the pitch mix to start but lacks the control required.

Projection: 75-125

Colby Thomas- OF Mercer

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 190; Age: 21.5

Throws: Right; Bats: Right

The toolsy right-handed-hitting outfielder has raw power, speed, quality defense, and a strong throwing arm. While his hit tool lacks the same quality those aforementioned tools give him a solid floor.

Projection: 75-125

Max Rajcic- RHSP UCLA

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 210; Age: 20.9

Throws: Right

The Bruins righty has a solid four-pitch mix. His fastball sits low-90s and touches 95 paired with a downer curveball, slider, and change-up. Rajcic displays above-average control from a high arm slot.

Projection: 100-150

Trey Dombroski- LHSP Monmouth

Ht: 6’5; Wt: 235; Age: 21.3

Throws: Left

The lefty has a quality four pitch-mix with excellent control. He features a high-80s to low-90s heater touching 94 on occasion, he pairs that with a slider, curve, and change up. A team that believes they can unlock more velocity and capitalize on his excellent command could grab him in round three or four.

Projection: 75-125

Jacob Misiorowski- RHSP Crowder JC

Ht: 6’7; Wt: 185; Age: 20

Throws: Right

The slender righty has both excellent extension and high velocity touching 100 and sitting mid-90s. He is a solid above-average slider and both a little-used curveball and changeup. He is committed to pitch for LSU this fall.

Projection: 75-125

Chandler Simpson- SS Georgia Tech

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 180; Age: 21.7

Bats: Left; Throws: Right

The Jackets infielder is a solid player at shortstop that could move to CF or 2b. Simpson has elite top-of-the-scale speed with an advanced hit tool and no power.

Projection: Picks 75-125

Zach Maxwell- RHRP Georgia Tech

Ht: 6’6; Wt: 275; Age: 21.5

Throws: Right

The powerful righty profiles a backend type of arm if his command improves. There’s still high setup potential. Maxwell sits 95-97 mph and touches 101 mph. The soon-to-be-former Yellow Jackets righty has an upper-80s breaker that touches 90 mph.

Projection: Picks 100-150

Kassius Thomas- RHSP Sierra Canyon HS, CA

Ht: 6’1; Wt: 195; Age: 18.9

Throws: Right

The Duke commit has a solid four pitch-mix. He sits in the low-90s and touches 95 mph. Thomas rounds out his repertoire with an above-average curve, and both a slider and change-up. He should hear his name in round three or four if signable.

Projection: Picks 75-125

Jacob Reimer- 3B Yucaipa HS, CA

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 205; Age: 18.4

Bats: Right; Throws: Right

The University of Washington commit currently plays shortstop but projects to third base in the future. He has an advanced bat with above-average raw power.

Projection: 100-150

Adam Maier- RHSP Oregon

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 203; Age: 20.7

Throws: Right

The native of Canada burst onto the scene last summer in the Cape Cod League. He flashed a high spin elite slider. His heater sits low-90s and touches 95 mph. He rounds out the pitch mix with a solid change.

Projection: 100-150

Sean McLain- SS/2B Arizona State

Ht: 5’11; Wt: 170; Age: 21.3

Bats: Right; Throws: Right

The brother of Matt and Nick McLain, he is a draft-eligible sophomore. He has an average hit tool and above-average speed. He could be a utility middle infielder at the highest level.

Projection: 125-175

William Kempner- RHRP Gonzaga

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 220; Age: 21.1

Throws: Right

Kempner has a unique low-¾ delivery with a fastball that touches 100. He has quality change and a solid slider. His control will limit his draft stock but there’s big potential here.

Projection: 75-125

Andrew Walters- RHRP Miami, FL

Ht: 6’4; Wt: 220; Age: 21.7

Throws: Right

The soon-to-be-former Hurricanes closer runs his fastball up to 99 mph. He has a solid breaker and average to above-average command of both. Walters spent the spring racking up punchouts thanks to a heavy fastball mix from a deceptive crossfire delivery.

Projection: Picks 100-150

Pete Hansen- LHSP Texas

Ht: 6’2; Wt: 205; Age: 21.9

Throws: Left

Hansen has a solid four-pitch-mix. He features a high-80s to a low-90s fastball that’s touched 94 mph in the past. He has both an above-average curve and plus slider and rounds out his pitch mix with a solid change. The lefty has excellent control and projects as a back of the rotation arm.

Projection: Picks 125-175

Troy Melton- RHSP San Diego State

Ht: 6’4; Wt: 210; Age: 21.7

Throws: Right

The Aztecs righty sits low-90s but has run his fastball up to 97 mph this spring. He features both a curve and slider that show average results and a firm change. There’s continued room for growth and development here with his average and improving command.

Projection: Picks 125-175

Tres Gonzalez- OF Georgia Tech

Ht: 6’0; Wt: 185; Age: 21.8

Bats: Left; Throws: Left

The Yellow Jackets center-fielder takes plenty of walks and shows an above-average hit tool with advanced instincts. He lacks power but has solid better than average speed and is a quality defender. Gonzalez has a solid floor and should go somewhere in round four or five.

Projection: Picks 125-175

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