2018 MLB Draft: Ranking the Top 125 (Mid-Season)

2080 Baseball is excited to release its first Top 125 rankings for the 2018 MLB Draft Class. These rankings were compiled with input from 2080 Baseball’s evaluators and writers at the fields throughout the past 10 months, including Nick FalerisBurke GrangerAdam McInturff, John Eshleman, Steve GivarzSpencer Hansen and Will Bryant.


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Draft Rankings - Top 125

First Name
Last Name
Draft Day Age
1 Casey Mize RHP Auburn Univ. 4-YR 21.01 VIDEO The most dominant arm in college baseball this spring, Mize has struck out 77 and walked just four in his 54 innings of work this spring, thanks to a plus fastball, split/changeup and command.
2 Shane McClanahan LHP Univ. of South Florida 4-YR 21.02 VIDEO McClanahan can work into the 94-to-96 mph range, bumping higher, and shows feel for a plus changeup and developing slider.
3 Jarred Kelenic OF Waukesha West (Waukesha, Wisc.) HS 18.11 VIDEO A true five-tool talent, Kelenic boasts plus speed, plus arm strength (98 mph from the outfield) and impact potential at the plate, including exit velos of up to 104 mph this spring.
4Ethan Hankins RHPForsyth Central (Cumming, Ga.) HS 18.11 VIDEO Perhaps the most dominant arm at the high school ranks during last summer's showcase circuit, Hankins regularly dials-up his heavy fastball to the upper 90s, mixing in a quality mid-80s changeup and an 11-to-5 breaker that flashes above-average.
5 Travis Swaggerty OF Univ. of South Alabama 4-YR 20.10 VIDEO An up-the-middle defender on the grass, Swaggerty was a catalyst for the Collegiate National Team last summer, slashing .328/.449/.406 while swiping six bags, and has hit for more power this spring thanks to a more lofted swing.
6 Nick Madrigal SS/2B Oregon State Univ. 4-YR 21.03 VIDEO Madrigal has missed most of the spring with a fractured hand -- when healthy he's among the top hitters in the draft class, slashing .380/.449/.532 last spring for the Beavers, though his uneven production with Team USA last summer has softened some evaluators.
7 CarterStewart RHPEau Gallie (Melbourne, Fla.) HS 18.07 VIDEO Stewart has the best curveball in the draft class, consistently registering over 3,300 RPM with hard bite and elite depth, and has seen a velo jump this spring, now working in the low-to-mid 90s and touching as high as 98 mph.
8AlecBohm 1BWichita St. Univ. 4-YR 21.10 VIDEO One of the hottest risers on draft boards, Bohm could reach the top five (or higher) in short order thanks to impact power and production, both this spring (.355/.474/.644) and last summer on the Cape (.351/.399/.513).
9 Matthew Liberatore LHP Mountain Ridge (Glendale, Ariz.) HS 18.07 VIDEO Liberatore boasts two potential future plus or better off-speed offerings with his curveball and changeup, to go with a projectable frame and a fastball that can reach the mid 90s.
10LoganGilbert RHPStetson Univ. 4-YR 21.01 VIDEO Gilbert has already fanned 76 in 54 1/3 innings of work this spring, thanks to a lively low-90s fastball that can reach 95 mph and well-rounded four-pitch mix including an above-average changeup, quality slider and developing curve.
11RyanRolison LHPUniv. of Mississippi 4-YR 20.11 VIDEO Rolison wowed last summer on the Cape, working 28 innings while striking out 35 and allowing just 10 walks and 15 hits, and has continued to demonstrate a bat-missing FB/SL combo this spring, striking out 63 batters in 46 2/3 innings of work.
12BradySinger RHPUniv. of Florida 4-YR 21.10 VIDEO Singer impresses evaluators with both his power arsenal and competitive demeanor on the mound, wielding a low-to-mid-90s heater and sweeping slider that can stand shoulder to shoulder with any other one-two punch in the draft class.
13JacksonKowar RHPUniv. of Florida 4-YR 21.08 VIDEO Kowar can work his fastball into the mid 90s, regularly clocking in at 90 to 94 mph on a steep downhill plane, and backs it up with a nice 12-to-6 curve and a solid low-80s changeup that presents with good arm speed and plane deception.
14NanderDe Sedas SSMontverde (Montverde, Fla.) HS 18.10 VIDEO A switch-hitter with pop from both sides of the plate, the FSU commit has a left-side arm with hands that could play at the six-spot, long term.
15MasonDenaburg RHP/CMerritt Island (Merritt Island, Fla.) HS 18.10 VIDEO The Florida commit works primarily off of a low-to-mid 90s fastball that has reached as high as 97 mph this spring, while flashing a quality slider as a second plus or better offering (though a recent velo drop and elbow soreness portend a potential slip in draft-day stock if he's not able to return to the bump before June).
16BriceTurang SSSantiago (Corona, Calif.) HS 18.06 VIDEO Turang is a fluid defender with plus arm strength and instinctual actions in the field -- improved offensive performances in recent weeks could be pushing him quickly towards the top ten.
17 Cole Winn RHP Orange Lutheran (Orange, Calif.) HS 18.06 VIDEO Winn has raised his stock as much as anyone these past two weeks with back-to-back dominant outings at the National High School Invitational and Boras Classic, demonstrating above-average command of a low-to-mid 90s fastball, power curveball and improving slider and changeup.
18 Kumar Rocker RHP North Oconee (Watkinsville, Ga.) HS 18.06 VIDEO One of the harder throwers at the high school ranks, Rocker continues to show easy plus velocity this spring as well as a potential plus or better, low-to-mid-80s downer curveball.
19 Ryan Weathers LHP Loretto (Loretto, Tenn.) HS 18.05 VIDEO Weathers stood out with USA Baseball's gold medal 18U National Team last fall and continues to show well this spring, with an arsenal anchored by a plus fastball, above-average changeup and improving breaking ball.
20 Nolan Gorman 3B Sandra Day O'Connor (Glendale, Ariz.) HS 18.01 VIDEO Concerns about contact rates and pitch ID persist, though no one questions his elite bat speed and potential for plus or better in-game power.
21 Griffin Conine OF Duke Univ. 4-YR 20.11 VIDEO While a very rough first half to the collegiate season (.224/.357/.483) has dimmed his star some, proponents are quick to point to Conine's gaudy Cape showing with wood, which included a .329/.406/.537 slash line while leading the league in AVG, HR and RBI (and finishing second in BB and third in 2B).
22TristanBeck RHPStanford Univ. 4-YR 21.11 * The Stanford starter has a chance for three plus offerings in his low-to-mid-90s fastball, low-80s slider and low-80s changeup, but can loose in the zone -- particularly later in outings.
23 Jeremy Eierman SS Missouri State Univ. 4-YR 21.09 VIDEO Despite some concerns as to contact rates and some offensive struggles this spring, Eierman continues to show potential to grow into an offensive-minded, left side defender with easy power to drive the oppo-gap consistently.
24 Cole Wilcox RHP Heritage (Chickamaunga, Ga.) HS 18.10 VIDEO Wilcox can work into the mid 90s with a true-traveling heater and rounds out a solid power arsenal with a quality low-80s changeup and improving low-to-mid-80s slider that can flash impressive bite.
25 Greyson Jenista OF/1B Wichita State Univ. 4-YR 21.06 VIDEO While strikeout rates are a concern, Jenista boasts above-average arm strength and speed to go with his above-average power, as well as a track record with wood after slashing .310/.391/.401 on the Cape last summer.
26SeanHjelle RHPUniv. of Kentucky 4-YR 21.01 VIDEO Hjelle creates impressive plane out of a high release and 6-foot-11 frame, reaching as high as 95 mph with his fastball and backing-up the heater with a solid curveball and changeup that could each be average or better at maturity.
27TrevorLarnach OFOregon State Univ. 4-YR 21.03 VIDEO Larnach has performed well this spring (.325/.435/.632, 8 HR), helping to propel the Beavers in Madrigal's absence, and demonstrated competency with wood on the Cape last summer, as well, slashing .308/.390/.442 for Falmouth.
28 Alek Thomas OF Mount Carmel (Chicago, Ill.) HS 18.01 VIDEO Looks the part of a future lead-off or number two hitter capable of 35-plus doubles per year to go with top-of-the-order on-base production and contact rates, as well as center field speed and instincts (despite a below-average arm).
29KonnorPilkington LHPMississippi State Univ. 4-YR 20.09 * Pilkington has been impressively effective this spring (61 SO and 8 BB in 48 1/3 IP) with his average fastball, slow curve and changeup with arm-side dive, thanks to advanced feel and command from the left side.
30TristonCasas 3B/1BAmerican Heritage (Plantation, Fla.) HS 18.05 VIDEO A third baseman mostly by necessity, Casas has impact power from the left side, as demonstrated by his .375 ISO for the 18U National Team last fall, and is currently coming off of a very strong showing during USA Baseball's National High School Invitational.
31GraysonRodriguez RHPCentral Heights (Nacogdoches, Texas) 4-YR 18.07 * Rodriguez has moved from a top 5 round talent to a potential first rounder this spring, thanks to a big velocity jump (now working comfortably into the mid-90s and touching as high as 98) and firmer physique.
32 Mike Vasil RHP Boston College HS (Wellesley, Mass.) HS 18.02 VIDEO Vasil utilizes a quick arm and small arm circle, working downhill with purpose with his low-90s fastball (touching 95 mph) and an 11-to-5 curveball that flashes above-average with good snap.
33JoeyBart CGeorgia Tech 4-YR 21.06 * A well-rounded backstop with good arm strength, Bart's already launched nine homers this spring (third in the ACC), with a slash line of .347/.442/.613.
34JamesonHannah OFDallas Baptist Univ. 4-YR 20.10 VIDEO Hannah has the potential to develop into a plus power/speed talent, and has made impressive strides this spring tightening up his approach at the plate while maintaining a high foundational value thanks to his glove and base running.
35WillBanfield CBrookwood (Lawrenceville, Ga.) HS 18.06 VIDEO Advanced prep receiver with a plus arm, above-average raw pop, and inconsistent reviews on the hit tool front.
36SteeleWalker OFOklahoma Univ. 4-YR 21.10 VIDEO Walker boasts excellent feel for the barrel and a chance to develop above-average to plus power at maturity thanks to solid bat speed and good leverage in his swing.
37 Tim Cate LHP Univ. of Connecticut 4-YR 20.08 VIDEO Cate's curveball is among the best in the draft class, and he has paired it effectively with a future plus changeup and 88-92 mph fastball to strike out 53 batters in 41 1/3 innings of work this spring.
38 Jake McCarthy OF Univ. of Virginia 4-YR 20.10 VIDEO A wrist injury has sidelined the UVA standout for the last month, but when healthy he's a gap-to-gap with enough speed to run down balls in the gaps and provide value on the bases.
39JordanGroshans 3B/SSMagnolia (Magnolia, Texas) HS 18.06 VIDEO Groshans showed well over the summer on the scouting circuit, demonstrating an ability to barrel top-tier pitching while also flashing potential for an above-average glove at third base.
40 Xavier Edwards SS North Broward Prep (Wellington, Fla.) HS 18.09 VIDEO A switch-hitting Vandy commit, Edwards shows plus speed on the bases with the requisite glove/arm to stick at short and an intriguing ability to produce loud contact.
41JTGinn RHPBrandon (Brandon, Miss.) HS 19.00 VIDEO Ginn is a premium velocity arm who can reach the upper 90s with his fastball and comfortably work in the 92-to-96 mph range, while flashing a quality mid-80s slider with tilted action and a mid-to-upper-80s changeup with arm-side fade.
42 Slade Cecconi RHP Trinity Prep (Ovideo, Fla.) HS 18.11 * Cecconi has yet to take the mound this spring, but works consistently in the low 90s with his fastball when healthy, reaching as high as 96 mph during last summer's showcase circuit, and will also show a low-80s breaking ball with solid depth and good bite when he hits his release point.
43 Connor Scott OF/LHP Plant HS (Tampa, Fla.) HS 18.07 VIDEO A Florida commit, Scott shows potential for plus power at the plate while recording sub-4.1 home-to-first times from the left side, but is still a work-in-progress out on the grass (he can also reach 94 mph on the hill).
44 Austin Becker RHP Big Walnut (Sunbury, Ohio) HS 18.09 VIDEO A Vanderbilt commit, Becker reached 96 mph in Jupiter last October as part of a talented Canes National club while showing improvements in his developing upper-70s curveball and mid-80s changeup.
45AnthonySeigler CCartersville (Cartersville, Ga.) HS 18.11 VIDEO A good athlete behind the dish, Seigler can play all over the field, shows regular sub-2.0 pops, and has some natural loft in his switch-handed swing.
46JonathanIndia 3BUniv. of Florida 4-YR 21.05 VIDEO Perhaps the most impressive offensive performer in the draft class thus far this spring, India ranks in the top ten nationally in AVG (.429, 4th), HR (12, 7th), OBP (.547, 3rd), and SLG (.886, 3rd), through 32 games for the top-ranked Gators.
47NoahNaylor CSt. Joan of Arc (Mississauga (Ont.) HS 18.03 VIDEO Impressive pop from the left side with plenty of arm strength but work to be done on the receiving end.
48 Mike Siani OF/LHP William Penn Charter (Glenside, Pa.) HS 18.10 VIDEO A quality glove in center with plus arm strength, Siani also shows good feel in the box, regularly putting together good at bats while showing comfort hitting to all fields.
49 Kris Bubic LHP Stanford Univ. 4-YR 20.09 VIDEO Bubic has been stellar for Stanford this spring, holding opponents to a .188 BAA and sporting a 46:10 SO:BB in 41 2/3 innings of work, sporting a low-90s fastball that can reach the mid 90s, as well as an above-average changeup.
50TristanPompey OFUniv. of Kentucky 4-YR 21.02 VIDEO The tooled-up Kentucky outfielder underwhelmed on the Cape but has righted the ship this spring, slashing .358/.455/.632 through 27 games.
51GriffinRoberts RHPWake Forest Univ. 4-YR 21.11 VIDEO Griffin's hard-breaking slider is among the most impressive swing-and-miss offerings in the class, and he's impressed evaluators by holding low-90s velocity deep into starts after transitioning to the rotation this year (he was mid-90s with the fastball as a closer last spring).
52 Seth Beer OF/1B Clemson Univ. 4-YR 21.09 VIDEO Beer continues to show an on-base/power profile for Clemson (.320 ISO; .438 OBP), but inconsistent hard contact and struggles with wood each of the last two summers loom large.
53JeremiahJackson SSSt. Luke’s Episcopal (Mobile, Ala.) HS 18.02 VIDEO Jackson boasts good first-step quickness and above-average range at short while flashing emerging pop and an improving approach at the plate.
54 Jake Wong RHP Grand Canyon Univ. 4-YR 21.09 VIDEO A former closer with mid-90s heat, Wong has worked more regularly in the 91-to-94 mph range this spring as the Friday night ace for Grand Canyon, showing potential with an above-average, multi-look breaking ball and changeup that could be at least average at maturity.
55 Lenny Torres Jr. RHP Beacon (Beacon, N.Y.) HS 17.07 VIDEO Torres generates plus velocity and spin out of an easy quick arm, reaching as high as 96 mph with his fastball and flashing plus with a low-to-mid 90s slider.
56BlaineKnight RHPUniv. of Arkansas 4-YR 21.11 VIDEO Knight works easily in the low-90s with his fastball and can reach back for 95 when he needs it, relying on a mid-80s slider as his best secondary offering (though he'll mix-in both a slow curve and changeup as change-of-pace offerings, as well).
57 Kendall Logan Simmons SS Tattnall Square Academy (Macon, Ga.) HS 18.01 VIDEO Georgia Tech commit who projects as a bat-first prospect with enough athleticism and arm strength to handle third base or an outfield corner should he need to shift off of shortstop.
58SimeonWoods-Richardson RHP/3BKempner (Houston, Texas) HS 17.08 VIDEO The physical righty works from 88-to-92 mph and has reached 94 this spring and has demonstrated impressive feel for an 11-to-5 curve with good depth and plus potential.
59ZachWatson OFLouisiana State Univ. 4-YR 20.11 VIDEO A draft-eligible sophomore, Watson raked his way through an abbreviated stint in the Northwoods League last summer, slashing .342/.422/.605 over 10 games, and has continued his hot streak this spring, slashing .330/.396/.580 for LSU.
60OwenWhite RHPJesse Carson (China Grove, N.C.) HS 18.10 VIDEO The South Carolina commit shows a high level of comfort with both a low-80s changeup and mid-to-upper-70s curve, throwing each offering in any count, while regularly working in the low 90s with a lively heater.
61TannerDodson RHP/OFUniv. of California 4-YR 21.01 * Dodson is a potential Day 1 talent both on the mound, where he closes out games for the Bears, and in the field, where he slashed .365/.461/.500 for Wareham last summer on the Cape.
62KyleIsbel OFUniv. of Nevada-Las Vegas 4-YR 21.03 VIDEO After impressing with wood last summer on the Cape, Isbel has moved into early round consideration this spring thanks to a slash line of .381/.460/.691, albeit with some plate coverage issues that may be more readily exploited at the next level.
63 Elijah Cabell OF TNXL Academy (Winter Park, Fla.) HS 18.11 VIDEO The LSU commit possesses the tools to grow into an above-average defender in right, including double-plus arm strength and above-average speed, while flashing good present bat speed and power potential to go with his overall athleticism.
64LukeBartnicki LHPWalton (Merietta, Ga.) HS 18.04 VIDEO Bartnicki regularly works into the low 90s with his fastball, creating good angle out of a three-quarters slot, mixing in a solid slider with tilt and snap (though his stuff was down a tick at the recent National High School Invitational).
65AustinBergner RHPUniv. of North Carolina 4-YR 21.01 VIDEO Bergner has performed well this spring, holding 92-to-94 mph velocity late into starts while showing potential for two more average or better offerings in his straight change and 11-to-5 curveball.
66NicoHoerner 2B/SSStanford Univ.  4-YR 21.01 VIDEO Hoerner is a high-contact middle-infielder with plus speed and enough pop in his compact swing to rack-up doubles at the next level.
67 Joe Gray Jr. OF Hattiesburg (Hattiesburg, Miss.) HS 18.03 VIDEO A explosive, but divisive, prospect last summer who has quelled some concerns about his offensive profile with a .364/.562/.545 showing in front of lots of decision makers at this spring's National High School Invitational at the USA Baseball Training Complex.
68 Jonathan Childress LHP Forney (Forney, Texas) HS 18.04 VIDEO Evaluators love Childress's durable and athletic build almost as much as his easy low-90s velocity and four-pitch mix.
69AdamKloffenstein RHPMagnolia (Magnolia, Texas) HS 17.09 * The TCU commit can reach 95 mph with his fastball and already shows solid feel for two quality secondaries in his low-80s slider and mid-80s changeup.
70 Nicholas Schnell OF Roncalli (Indianapolis, Ind.) HS 18.02 VIDEO One of the top talents in a loaded Hoosier State this year, Schnell shows a plus arm and plus speed on the grass while implementing a loose and handsy swing at the plate that produces hard contact to all fields.
71LandonMarceaux RHPDestrehan (Destrehan, La.) HS 18.08 VIDEO An LSU commit and member of USA Baseball's gold medal 18U National Team last fall, Marceaux shows a true four-pitch mix, starting with an average fastball that he works well to both sides in the 88-to-91 mph range.
72ColeSands RHPFlorida State Univ. 4-YR 20.11 VIDEO Sands has recently shown an uptick in velocity, reaching as high as 96 mph with his fastball this spring, while showing good pitch plane overlap with an average curveball and changeup. 
73NickNorthcut 3BWilliam Mason (Mason, Ohio) 4-YR 18.11 VIDEO Northcut brings to the box a powerful right-handed stroke with plenty of bat speed and natural loft while showing a plus arm and adequate hands at the hot corner.
74RaynelDelgado SS/UTLCalvary Christian (Clearwater, Fla.) HS 18.02 VIDEO Stood out at the recent USA Baseball National High School Invitational for his above-average bat speed, good balance and feel for contact, not to mention impressive hands and solid arm strength in the field.
75NickDecker OFSeneca (Southampton, N.J.) HS 18.08 VIDEO A Perfect Game All-American last summer, Decker flashes impact power from the left side to go with an easy right field arm.
76 Ethan Reed RHP Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.) HS 18.06 * A USC commit, Reed works primarily with an 88-to-93 mph fastball and average mid-70s curve, showing limited feel for a firm mid-80s changeup.
77DanielLynch LHPUniv. of Virginia 4-YR 21.06 * Lynch has performed well for the Wahoos this spring, averaging over 6 IP/start and striking out 11.8/9 IP while showcasing an 88--to-92 mph fastball, above-average changeup and tight 78-to-82 mph curve.
78MattMercer RHPOregon Univ. 4-YR 21.09 * Mercer reached as high as 98 mph in short stints on the Cape last summer but has struggled with walks and in-zone command this spring for the Ducks, despite drawing regular soft contact with his big breaking curve, quality slider and a changeup that comes with good arm speed and pitch plane deception.
79 Grant Koch C Univ. of Arkansas 4-YR 21.03 VIDEO One of the better all-around performers for USA Baseball's Collegiate National Team last summer, Koch shows an advanced feel for the zone in the box and good tools behind the plate.
80AdamHill RHPUniv. of South Carolina 4-YR 21.02 * At his best, Hill can show command of four quality offerings, including a low-90s fastball, but has struggled with inconsistent execution and bouts of wildness thus far this spring.
81JakeMangum OFMississippi State Univ. 4-YR 22.03 * Mangum is among the best defensive center fielders in the class, wielding double-plus speed and near-prescient breaks to go with impressive closing ability and glove work (he's also slashing .326/.404/.398 this spring).
82JadenHill RHP/3BAshdown (Ashdown, Ark.) HS 18.05 VIDEO Two-way, big bodied LSU commit who can reach the low-90s with his fastball and flashes some right-handed thump in the box.
83 Alex McKenna OF Cal Poly Univ. 4-YR 20.09 * After a strong showing on the Cape last summer (.298/.346/.403), McKenna has continued to show well offensively this spring (.325/.413/.448), in addition to his steady glove and heady base running.
84DylanColeman RHPMissouri State Univ. 4-YR 21.09 * Coleman has been an asset for Missouri State this spring, showing low-90s heat and a quality change piece while striking out 63 in 55 1/3 innings of work and holding opponents to a .175 BAA.
85JoshBreaux RHP/CMcLennan CC (Texas) 2-YR 20.08 * Breaux is an intriguing talent as both a flame-throwing righty who can reach 98 mph with the heater and a power hitting backstop currently slashing .357/.497/.696 through 35 games this spring.
86 Sean Wymer RHP Texas Christian Univ.  4-YR 21.02 VIDEO Wymer has the depth of repertoire and control to turn over lineups at the next level but has been loose in the zone this spring, allowing opposing hitters to bat .277 against him while averaging nearly a hit per inning. 
87CalRaleigh CFlorida State Univ.  4-YR 21.06 VIDEO A solid receiver, Raleigh has also shown a good approach from both sides of the plate this spring and could reach double-digit homers at maturity.
88OsirisJohnson SSEncinal (Alameda, Calif.) HS 17.07 VIDEO One of the youngest players in the draft class, Johnson shows above-average bat speed with room to add good size and strength to his frame as the body matures and he continues to grow his above-average raw power.
89BraxtonAshcraft RHP/3BRobinson (Waco, Texas) HS 18.08 VIDEO A Baylor commit, Ashcraft shows feel for a low-90s fastball and can flash both a changeup and two-plane slider.
90 Steven Gingery LHP Texas Tech Univ. 4-YR 20.08 * Gingery's spring came to an abrupt end in February when he underwent Tommy John surgery -- when healthy he utilizes an 88-to-92 mph fastball and above-average changeup to keep hitters off balance, and mixes in a slurvy 78-to-81 mph breaking ball with average depth.
91 Ryan Cusick RHP Avon Old Farms (Avon, Conn.) HS 18.06 VIDEO Cusick's draft stock has risen with his fastball velocity, which now sits in the 90-94 mph range with regularity, touching 95 this spring (his slider and changeup also show potential to grow into above-average offerings at maturity).
92 Jonathan Ornelas SS Raymond S. Kellis (Glendale, Ariz.) HS 18.00 * Ornelas planted an early-round flag last October, raking his way through Jupiter with an aggressive approach from the right side while also showing good hands on the dirt and an ability to make highlight reel plays at the six-spot.
93ZackHess RHPLouisiana State Univ. 4-YR 21.03 VIDEO While Hess continues to miss bats this spring with his low-90s fastball (touching 95 mph) and above-average tilted slider, his 4.7 BB/9IP and inconsistent third offering may point to a future in a pro pen.
94 Justin Jarvis RHP Lake Norman (Mooresville, N.C.) HS 18.03 * Jarvis has worked into the mid-90s this spring, sitting more regularly in the 88-to-92 mph range with the fastball while showing more consistency with his curve, pushing him into early-round consideration.
95 Jonathan (J.P.) Gates LHP Nature Coast Tech (Brooksville, Fla.) HS 18.06 VIDEO The Miami commit works with an up-tempo motion and high release, creating solid angle with his upper-80s-to-low-90s fastball and solid upper-70s slider.
96 Aaron Hernandez RHP Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4-YR 21.06 VIDEO After working in the low 90s last summer on the Cape, Hernandez has seen an uptick in velocity this spring (touching the upper 90s) with a loose and easy arm action, pushing his four-pitch arsenal into the early round mix.
97 Alfonso Rivas OF/1B Univ. of Arizona 4-YR 21.09 VIDEO Though lacking traditional power for a corner spot, Rivas has followed up a solid Cape showing last summer by swinging the bat well this spring (.333/.423/.475 through 30 games) and could come off the board in the top four rounds to a team valuing college performance.
98ChristopherWillis CRuston (Ruston, La.) HS 17.11 VIDEO An LSU commit, Willis shows an ability to barrel balls to the gap with room to grow into impact power in time, making a potential shift to first base less of a concern.
99 Seth Halvorsen RHP/SS Heritage Christian (Plymouth, Minn.) HS 18.03 VIDEO Halverson turned in one of the most dominant innings of the summer to close out last year's Perfect Game All-American Classic and shows a big time fastball (reaching as high as 96 mph) to go with a solid curve and changeup.
100 Luken Baker 1B Texas Christian Univ.  4-YR 21.02 * The TCU slugger boasts double-plus raw power and discerning eye, though the swing comes with some length and drag at times and his defensive value is limited at the three-spot.
101NolanKingham RHPUniv. of Texas 4-YR 21.09 * Kingham can flash a solid three-pitch mix, headlined by a quality low-90s fastball, but has struggled with consistency this spring and has caught too much of the white with his offerings (.299 BAA).
102JimmyHerron OFUniv. of Duke 4-YR 21.10 VIDEO Herron boasts plus or better speed and a patient approach at the plate, as well as good reads and routes in the field that help make up for below-average arm strength.
103DJArtis OFLiberty Univ. 4-YR 21.02 * While his production has fallen off this spring from last year's Big South Player of the Year performance, Artis still shows a good approach at the plate and the potential to grow into a top-of-the-order stick at the next level.
104IsaiahCampbell RHPUniv. of Arkansas 4-YR 20.09 VIDEO A draft-eligible sophomore, Campbell regularly reaches 94 mph with his fastball and boasts a solid low-80s changeup to go with a fringy curve and workhorse, 6-foot-5/225-pound frame.
105 Nick Trogerlic-Iverson RHP Central Arizona College (Ariz.) 2-YR 20.08 VIDEO The Central Arizona ace regularly works into the low-90s with a lively fastball and also shows feel two more average-or-better offerings with his slider and changeup (each generally playing in the 78-to-82 mph range).
106 Ryder Green OF Karns (Knoxville, Tenn.) HS 18.01 VIDEO Vandy commit projects to above-average power thanks to impressive bat speed, natural loft and improving feel for the barrel.
107JohnMalcom 1BDetroit Country Day (West Bloomfield, Mich.) HS 18.05 VIDEO Malcom has tightened his physique and grown his draft stock over the past six months, looking the part of a future masher with big leverage and good fluidity in his swing.
108BlazeAlexander SSBishop Verot (Cape Coral, Fla.) HS 18.11 VIDEO South Carolina commit with double-plus arm strength across the diamond, quick hands and a chance to hit for average power at maturity.
109LukeHeimlich LHPOregon State Univ. 4-YR 22.04 VIDEO Performance college arm with a well-rounded arsenal -- Heimlich's ultimate draft slot will come down to how teams view an off-field incident that came to light last spring.
110 Jordyn Adams OF Green Hope (Cary, N.C.) HS 18.07 VIDEO A four-star wide receiver with a full ride to UNC for football, Adams won over some on-the-fence evaluators at this year's National High School Invitational two weeks ago, showing better contact skills than expected and consistently logging plus-plus run times down the line.
111JackPerkins RHPKokomo (Kokomo, Ind.) HS 18.05 VIDEO Calling card is a heavy low-90s fastball with boring action, with the Louisville commit also showing fell for a developing two-plane curveball.
112BrandonDieter SS/RHPSouth Hills (Covina, Calif.) HS 18.06 VIDEO A Stanford commit with a well-rounded game, Dieter boasts athletic actions with the glove and explosive hands at the plate.
113MattMcLain SSArnold O. Beckman (Irvine, Calif.) HS 18.10 * UCLA commit who is quickly moving up draft boards this spring thanks to improved strength, plus speed, solid defensive actions and consistently good at bats.
114NikoDecolati OF/3BLoyola Marymount Univ. 4-YR 20.10 * Decolati's bat stood out on the Cape last summer (.311/.346/.377) and has continued to impress this spring (.320/.426/.432), though his aggressive approach often leads to soft contact and limits his above-average raw power to fringy in-game production.
115CadynGrenier SS/2BOregon State Univ. 4-YR 21.07 VIDEO Grenier is a sound and steady defender with enough arm to fill a utility role at the next level if the bat falls short of an everyday designation.
116FrancoisCastillo RHPLake View (Chicago, Ill.) HS 18.02 VIDEO Converted third baseman who is now reaching 94 mph with his fastball while flashing an above-average breaking ball.
117JackNeely RHPWinston Churchill (San Antonio, Texas) HS 18.00 VIDEO Projectable Texan whose velocity has improved to the low 90s this spring with lots of room for continued upticks -- has also shown improvements in his mid-to-upper-70s curve and will flash a low-to-mid-80s cutter on occasion.
118 Hogan Harris LHP Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette 4-YR 21.05 * Harris has missed most of the spring with an oblique strain but can flash two solid breaking balls to go with an 88-to-92 mph fastball when healthy.
119 Riley Thompson RHP Univ. of Louisville 4-YR 21.11 VIDEO Thompson's stuff continues to outdistance his production this spring, with the Louisville righty pumping low-90s heat (touching 94/95) and a quality breaking ball but struggling to consistently execute the offerings, leading to too many free passes and hittable pitches.
120DurbinFeltman RHPTexas Christian Univ.  4-YR 21.01 * The TCU closer has been excellent this spring, posting a 26:2 SO:BB over 15 2/3 IP while pumping mid-90s heat and a changeup that can flash above-average with tumbling action.
121DavisMartin RHPTexas Tech Univ. 4-YR 21.05 VIDEO Martin has held opponents to a .182 AVG while pushing low-90s heat and racking-up 49 strikeouts in 41 innings of work.
122ZacSusi CUniv. of Connecticut 4-YR 21.07 VIDEO Susi is one of the better receivers in the class with a solid average arm and an advanced feel for contact.
123ZackHaake RHPUniv. of Kentucky 4-YR 21.08 * Haake has struggled to find his rhythm this spring but remains an early-round follow thanks to a fastball that can reach 95 mph and a quality slider that flashes plus.
124JacksonGoddard RHPUniv. of Kansas 4-YR 21.05 * Righty with a durable 6-foot-4, 220-pound build with three potential average offerings in his 88-to-91 mph fastball, low-80s changeup and low-80s short slider.
125 Trey Dillard RHP San Jacinto JC (Texas) 2-YR 19.06 * Fastball works into the mid 90s with regularity, pairing well with a potential average curveball and fringy changeup.