In focus for this post, we will take a peek at a trio of college players and a pair of high school players.
Within the college ranks, we’ll look at a late-blooming pitcher, an outfielder with a sweet swing, and an infielder who, should certain factors not go the right way, could even take a crack at pitching. I’ll admit that when I started studying him, I found this particular draft prospect intriguing. Slightly reminded me of a recent pick from the same school.
From the prep ranks, I got my eye on a strong catching prospect from Louisiana. I’ll give this much away. I don’t see the need to move him to another position. And isn’t there’s always a high school arm that deserves some props? Of course, there is. Even more so when he’s from Texas.
Here’s the next five in our 2014 MLB Draft prospects rankings.