2014 MLB Draft prospects rankings: Nos. 45-41

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Today we’ll be rounding out the first ten of our 2014 MLB Draft prospects rankings. In case you didn’t catch the first five, you can do so here. And don’t forget the ten that just missed my top 50.

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.

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