2014 MLB draft prospects rankings: Nos. 40-36

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The prep ranks take over four of our five spots today. There’s a nice overall mix as well.

A pair of high school arms that can justify going on the draft’s first day. One’s a lefty who has the chance to play on the same college team as his older brother. The other’s a righty with a frame and upside that scouts dream of seeing. Both have starting rotation potential.

We’ll also look at as pure a high school bat as you will ever see. Purer than a lot of college bats. And he owns a sweet swing.

And there’s this outfielder in California that owns every tool imaginable. The sky is truly the limit. He also received some advice from a future Hall of Famer. Not a bad final year of high school when you get to meet The Kid.

And there’s this college guy that can truly do it all. Pitching, hitting, it doesn’t matter as he has both covered and could be asked to do either once he’s drafted…and he will be drafted.

Time to cover numbers 40 to 36 in our 2014 MLB draft prospects rankings.

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