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2016 Official Draft Pick Selection/Signing Thread

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Offline  2016 Official Draft Pick Selection/Signing Thread
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Posted: May 24, 2016, 3:52 PM Post
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This thread will be used to post all draft picks in order of their selection, as well as page-by-page details of the picks, which we will slowly but surely add to in the coming days.

A moderator will update the picks and player profiles. If you have comments/links about a player, please post them in the appropriate discussion thread.

Bold indicates the player has signed.

1 (5). Corey Ray, OF, U. of Louisville (Kentucky)
2 (46). Lucas Erceg, 3B, Menlo College (California)
CB Rd. B (75). Mario Feliciano, C, Carlos Beltrán Baseball Academy (Puerto Rico)
3 (82). Braden Webb, RHP, U. of South Carolina (South Carolina)
4 (111). Corbin Burnes, RHP, St. Mary's College (California)
5 (141). Zack Brown, RHP, U. of Kentucky (Kentucky)
6 (171). Payton Henry, C, Pleasant Grove High School (Utah)
7 (201). Daniel Brown, LHP, Mississippi State (Mississippi)
8 (231). Francisco Thomas, SS, Osceola Senior High School (Florida)
9 (261). Trey York, 2B, East Tennessee State (Tennessee)
10 (291). Blake Fox, LHP, Rice University (Texas)
11 (321). Chad McClanahan, 3B, Brophy Jesuit Prep School (Arizona)
12 (351). Trever Morrison, SS, Oregon State University (Oregon)
13 (381). Thomas Jankins, RHP, Quinnipiac University (Connecticut)
14 (411). Gabriel García, C, Broward College (Florida)
15 (441). Scott Serigstad, RHP, Cal State Fullerton (California)
16 (471). Louie Crow, RHP, Buena Park High School (California) WILL NOT SIGN
17 (501). Weston Wilson, 3B, Clemson University (South Carolina)
18 (531). Cooper Hummel, C, University of Portland (Oregon)
19 (561). Zachary Clark, CF, Pearl River Community College (Mississippi)
20 (591). Jared Horn, RHP, Vintage High School (California) WILL NOT SIGN
21 (621). Nathan Rodriguez, C, Cypress College (California)
22 (651). Cam Roegner, LHP, Bradley University (Illinois)
23 (681). Ronnie Gideon, 1B, Texas A&M (Texas)
24 (711). Michael Gonzalez, RHP, Norwalk High School (Connecticut)
25 (741). Blake Lillis, LHP, St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Kansas)
26 (771). Nick Roscetti, SS, University of Iowa (Iowa)
27 (801). Nick Cain, RF, Faulkner University (Alabama)
28 (831). Andrew Vernon, RHP, North Carolina Central University (North Carolina)
29 (861). Brennan Price, RHP, Felician University (New Jersey) WILL NOT SIGN
30 (891). Dalton Brown, RHP, Texas Tech University (Texas)
31 (921). Ryan Aguilar, 1B, University of Arizona (Arizona)
32 (951). Wilson Adams, RHP, University of Alabama - Huntsville (Alabama)
33 (981). Emerson Gibbs, RHP, Tulane University (Louisiana)
34 (1011). Matt Smith, RHP, Georgetown University (District of Columbia)
35 (1041). Chase Williams, RHP, Wichita State University (Kansas)
36 (1071). Parker Bean, RHP, Liberty University (Virginia)
37 (1101). Jomar Cortes, SS, Carlos Beltrán Baseball Academy (Puerto Rico)
38 (1131). Caleb Whalen, SS, University of Portland (Oregon)
39 (1161). José Gómez, CF, St. Thomas University (Florida)
40 (1191). Kyle Serrano, RHP, University of Tennessee (Tennessee) WILL NOT SIGN


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Posted: May 24, 2016, 4:06 PM Post
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ROUND 1: Corey Ray, OF
5'11", 185, L/L, University of Louisville (Louisville, Kentucky)
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
DOB: 09/22/1994

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Corey Ray Perfect Game Profile (Insider content provided by Patrick Ebert of PerfectGame.org)

Corey Ray - OF

Height/Weight: 6-0/190
Bats/Throws: L/L
Birthdate: Sept. 22, 1994
College: Louisville
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
Projected Draft Round: 1

Upon graduating from Simeon High School (Ill.) in 2013 Ray has seen his draft stock rise at an exponential rate, particularly over the last spring and a half with a strong summer tour with Team USA mixed in between. Perhaps part of the reason for Ray’s rise has been the 20 pounds of strength he added to his frame since stepping foot on campus, but regardless of the reason there hasn’t been a hotter prospect for the 2016 draft through the first five weeks quite like Ray.

A 33rd round pick out of high school, Ray will be long gone come the 33rd overall pick this June as he has the potential to be the first position player to come off the board, college or prep. To follow up the breakout type sophomore season that he put together at Louisville (.325/.389/.543 with 11 home runs), Ray joined the Collegiate National Team and was the talk of team among scouts, even on a loaded team of prospects, courtesy of his five-tool potential.

A plus-runner, Ray is able to impact a game with his speed both in the outfield, where he shows solid routes, and on the bases where he’s 23-for-26 in attempts this spring. And despite playing left field both last summer (Florida’s Buddy Reed patrolled center) and this spring, there’s plenty of optimism that he’ll be able to play center at the next level, only further enhancing his overall future potential as he shows top-of-the-line athleticism and closing speed to either gap.

The bat might just be the loudest tool for Ray and the lefthanded hitter is showing he can use it for both average and power this spring while cutting back on his strikeouts and taking his walks with 10 over the first 20 games as compared to just 24 last spring in 65 games. In the box he shows a willingness to use all fields and is able to thanks to his loose wrists and quick hands which help generate solid present bat speed through the zone. Through the opening weeks of the season there wasn’t a hotter prospect in all of the country as he’s not only flashed some power but has done so at a consistent rate, already connecting for six home runs while adding another six doubles.

MLB.com

Rank: 6

Scouting grades: Hit: 55 | Power: 55 | Run: 60 | Arm: 50 | Field: 55 | Overall: 55

Ray ranked as the Draft's top position prospect entering 2016 because he offers the best combination of hitting and athletic ability. He should become the highest pick in Louisville history, surpassing current teammate Kyle Funkhouser, who declined to sign with the Dodgers as the 35th overall choice in 2015. A 33rd-round pick by the Mariners as an Illinois high schooler in 2013, he broke out as a sophomore last spring and continued to star during the summer, leading the U.S. collegiate national team in OPS (.971), extra-base hits (nine) and steals (11).

Ray has a quick left-handed bat and makes consistent hard contact, giving him the potential to hit for both power and average. He uses the entire field well and has done a better job of managing the strike zone and making consistent contact this spring. Ray has plus speed and knows how to use it well on the bases, and no player this year can match his combination of 39 steals (fourth in the nation) and 15 homers entering the NCAA Division I playoffs.

Though he has spent most of his career at Louisville in right field, Ray runs well enough to play center field and should get a chance to play there in pro ball, though some scouts question his instincts. He has the offensive production and arm to profile at all three outfield positions, and obviously he'd offer the most value if he can play in the middle.

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Corey Ray’s Info

  • Height: 5’11”
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats: Left
  • Throws: Left
  • Birthday: 9/22/94
  • School: Louisville
  • Position: OF

Corey Ray’s Scouting Report

Ray is a very raw athlete and has the makings of a future star with both contact and power potential. He uses his excellent bat speed to make hard contact and is great at using all fields. He has improved his plate vision in his junior year at Louisville, getting his K/BB ratio down to 1.09. Ray could potentially be a dynamic leadoff batter, but could also bat second or third depending on how his power develops.

Strengths

  • Great athlete
  • Tremendous speed
  • Has the potential to be a 30/30 player
  • Could bat anywhere in the lineup
  • Improved his K/BB ratio his junior year
  • Sound approach

Weaknesses

  • Doesn’t have the strongest arm

Corey Ray’s Scouting Grades

Tool Grade/Projection
  • Contact 55/65
  • Power 55/65
  • Run 60/65
  • Arm 50/55
  • Field 55/65
  • Overall 55/65

Corey Ray’s Stats

Year  Team       Age  G   AB   AVG   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  SB  CS  BB  SO   OBP   SLG
2014 Louisville 19 43 77 .325 11 25 5 2 1 17 4 0 12 23 .416 .481
2015 Louisville 20 65 265 .325 46 86 15 5 11 56 34 10 24 60 .389 .543
2016 Louisville 21 61 256 .324 55 83 16 1 15 60 44 8 34 37 .399 .570
[2016 CS error corrected by 1992casey]

Corey Ray’s Draft Projection

Top-10 Pick

Corey Ray’s Pro Comparison

Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates

Where could Ray end up in the draft?

Ray is one of my favorite players in this year’s draft and I think he could be a dynamic player for a long time. With that being said, I could see Ray going to the Braves at three if the Reds or Phillies take Kyle Lewis. Ray could fall down the to the Athletics at six or the White Sox at 10 if he slips past the Braves.

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2016 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Corey Ray

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From Kyle Funkhouser to the Brothers Burdi, Louisville dominates the Chicagoland recruiting territory. Corey Ray played his high school ball at the Simeon Career Academy in Chicago’s South Side. Cracking the Baseball America top 500 draft rankings in 2013 (480th), Ray slid to the Mariners in the 33rd round, chose not to sign and followed through on his commitment to Louisville.

After a solid freshman season in which he hit .325 over 44 games, Ray entered 2015 regarded as one of the top sophomores in the country. Batting in the 3-hole for the Cardinals, Ray established himself as a 5-tool threat hitting 11 homers and stealing 34 bases.

The strong sophomore campaign earned Ray a spot on the Collegiate National Team where Ray was asked to hit leadoff. Ray responded by hitting .355/.423/.548 while leading the team in hits (22), runs (12), doubles (7), walks (7), and stolen bases (10).

Louisville coach Dan McDonnell has left Ray in the leadoff spot this spring where he’s been a table setter. Ray’s 23 stolen bases are currently tops in the nation.

STATISTICS

(Statistics updated through 6.7.16)
YEAR  AVE    OBP    SLG    2B 3B HR RBI  BB  K   SB/ATT
2014 0.325 0.416 0.481 5 2 1 17 12 23 4/4
2015 0.325 0.389 0.543 15 5 11 56 24 60 34/44
2016 0.319 0.396 0.562 16 1 15 60 35 39 44/52

HITTING: As this report goes to press, I’ve seen Ray live 5 times over the last two years, amassing over 30 plate appearances. While that’s still a relatively small sample size, I’ve easily caught another 10 Louisville games TV over that span. A key observation during those games is that Ray has a lot of swing and miss to his game. Much more than I expected for a prospect this highly touted. He does, however, make some pretty impressive adjustments mid plate appearance. He’ll come up empty trying to pull a breaking ball on the outer half and later slap that pitch the other way to leg out a double.

POWER: Ray has average pop with potential to develop above average power as a professional. He hit 11 home runs as a sophomore and should surpass that number this season, as he’s off to a hot start and the weather hasn’t started to heat up yet. Ray has plus bat speed that he uses to generate doubles power to all fields. That same bat speed can occasionally get him in trouble as he’s occasionally susceptible to chasing at fastballs up and out of the zone.

SPEED: This is Ray’s best tool, and it plays well in games thanks to excellent base running ability. Ray uses his speed to apply pressure on the base paths and he can be very disruptive. He will steal any base, any time.

DEFENSE: Ray can play all three outfield positions. He utilizes excellent first step quickness to get good jumps and tracks the ball well.

ARM: Ray’s arm is perhaps his least impressive tool. It’s passable in right field, and average to above average for left and center field.

FUTURE: Ray should surpass teammate Kyle Funkhouser (35th overall – 2015) as the highest drafted Louisville player ever. This college outfield class is deep and Ray is regarded near the top of that group, which makes him a likely top 10 overall pick. I’m a tad lower on Ray than the industry, but he’s still player who has 5 average or better tools, certainly making him a worthy first round pick.

DISCLAIMER: It’s important to note that I’m not a scout. I don’t have the training or expertise that they have. I do, however, go to games to see these guys play live and talk to scouts. While those scouts must reserve their reports for their employer, I can share my thoughts with you, the reader.


LINKS:

Video: Corey Ray - MLB.com
You need to get hip to Corey Ray
Draft Preview: OF Corey Ray - Louisville (chicagonow.com)
Baseball draft next stop on Corey Ray Jr.'s uphill climb to success
Corey Ray - 2016 Baseball (U. of Louisville site)
Video: Louisville Baseball - Corey Ray Steals Home to Finish Sweep
Video: Corey Ray, OF, Louisville (Team USA) – 2016 MLB draft
Video: Corey Ray - OF - Louisville
Ray Of Light: Corey Ray Shines Spotlight On South Side
MLB Draft's Ray of light
2016 MLB Draft Prospects: Corey Ray, Outfielder, University of Louisville


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Posted: May 24, 2016, 4:07 PM Post
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ROUND 2: Lucas Erceg, 3B
6'3", 200, L/R, Menlo College (Atherton, California)
Hometown: Campbell, California
DOB: 05/01/1995

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Lucas Erceg Perfect Game Profile (Insider content provided by Patrick Ebert of PerfectGame.org)

Lucas Erceg – 3B

Height/Weight: 6-3/205
Bats/Throws: L/R
Birthdate: May 1, 1995
College: Menlo (Calif., NAIA)
Hometown: Campbell, Calif.
Projected Draft Round: 1S-3

Lucas Erceg has been drumming up significant draft interest at the NAIA level this year after spending his first two years in college with the Cal Bears, hitting .303-11-42 during his sophomore year while routinely providing big hits for a team that nearly advanced to Super Regional play. Academic reasons forced him out of Berkeley to look for somewhere else to play, and after enjoying a big season at the plate a year ago he’s putting up even bigger numbers this year.

At 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, Erceg has a lean and long athletic build, with an overall physical presence similar to that of Blake Rutherford. Erceg’s frame also has the ability to add more weight and muscle, as he could maintain his loose, athletic actions with another 15-20 pounds.

Defensively at third he moves well laterally and displays good instincts with solid first-step quickness and reactions. Since he also serves as one of his team’s closing options out of the bullpen he has more than enough arm strength for any position on the field, including third base, but he may be a better fit on an outfield corner down the road with right field being the more likely destination.

At the plate Erceg has a smooth, rhythmic and overall good looking lefthanded swing, incorporating a big leg kick to generate power from his lower half. He takes big boy hacks at the plate and does a nice job incorporating his BP swing into games. There’s a lot of movement between his lower half and in his hands pre-swing, but he gets all of those parts where they need to be on time and shows very good strength and extension in his swing.

With his big lefthanded stroke most of his contact, and power, is to his pull side. He’s having a big year at the plate, with a .310/.351/.647 triple slash line, and 29 of his 58 hits (12 doubles, 17 home runs) have gone for extra bases. Additionally, he continues to make extremely good contact as he has only struck out 14 times in 187 at-bats, although he has also only walked 11 times, showing a desire to swing the bat, although he does exhibit the ability, and importance, of taking pitches while waiting to get something he can drive.

The level of play is a big question, and how well his talents will translate against higher level pitching, but the swing and overall offensive potential is legitimate. He was named the top prospect last summer in the California Collegiate League and continues to draw big scouting crowds with some reports indicating that he could be selected in the first round of this year’s draft given his lefthanded power, which is always a valued commodity.

MLB.com

Rank: 56

Scouting grades: Hit: 45 | Power: 55 | Run: 45 | Arm: 60 | Field: 50 | Overall: 50

After a strong sophomore season at Cal, scouts were excited to see what Erceg could do to raise his profile as a power-hitting third basemen. He's still considered one of the better college bats out west, but after transferring to Menlo College in the NAIA, it's become a bit tougher to evaluate his performance.

The left-handed hitter reminds some of a young Chase Utley in terms of body type. There is some pop in his bat as he reached double-digits in home runs as a sophomore and had easily surpassed that with Menlo in 2016. At times, he's looked like a middle of the order corner bat, while there are other instances where he hasn't been as consistent and figuring out how his bat will play is more difficult while watching him against NAIA competition. He is athletic and should be able to stay at third, with a strong arm that fires 93-94 mph fastballs as Menlo's closer.

A team that takes Erceg early will be one that believes in the bat based on what he did at Cal as well as with Menlo this year. A lack of impact bats at the college level will undoubtedly help his stock.


LINKS:

Video: Lucas Erceg - MLB.com
Lucas Erceg - Inside the Scouting Trail
Menlo's Erceg provides winning effort in a losing cause
Adversity Guides Erceg’s New Path
California Rising Two-Way Star Transfers
Former Cal baseball player keeps draft dreams alive
Lucas Erceg transfers out of Cal baseball program
Video: Faceplant Diving Catch by University of California Player
Video: Lucas Erceg Prospect Video, INF, Menlo College
Video: Lucas Erceg, INF, Menlo College, Swing Mechanics at 200 FPS


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Posted: May 24, 2016, 4:09 PM Post
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CB Rd. B: Mario Feliciano, C
6'1", 200, R/R, Carlos Beltrán Baseball Academy (Florida, Puerto Rico)
Hometown: Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
DOB: 11/20/1998

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Mario Feliciano – C/OF

Height/Weight: 6-1/195
Bats/Throws: R/R
Birthdate: Nov. 20, 1998
High School: Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy
Hometown: Hato Ray, Puerto Rico
Travel Team: FTB Mizuno
Projected Draft Round: 2-3

The prototypical Puerto Rican catcher can best be summarized as resembling one of the Molina Brothers; a wide lower half, loose actions with very good one-spot quickness, a big throwing arm and polished receiving skills. Plus, they are definitely "defense over offense" in their skill and tool set.

Fast rising Puerto Rican Mario Feliciano is pretty much the exact opposite of that.

At an extra strong but well proportioned 6-foot-1, 195-pounds, Feliciano has a mature build that would look at home on a football field in Texas or Pennsylvania. He has surprisingly good straight-ahead speed and has run a 6.8 60-yard dash, but his shifting and blocking behind the plate are not quick and athletic enough to be called one of his best tools. And while Feliciano has a strong arm that is notably accurate, it grades out as a 50 (average) tool on the professional scouting scale. There are any number of other positions on the field that Feliciano could be playable at defensively with his athleticism and tools, not always something one can say about a catcher.

The big difference right now, though, is that Feliciano is definitely an "offense over defense" present talent. Here are the hitting notes from Feliciano's 2015 PG National Showcase report:

Righthanded hitter, big leg lift trigger but gets his foot down in time for the most part, big lower half coil, can keep his hands back even when opening early, pull and lift approach, swings hard and has very good bat speed, gets extended well when timed, big power when squared and has a feel for the barrel, impressive hitting prospect.

Some prospects are top-level hitting prospects because they have well constructed and repeatable hitting mechanics that have been honed through innumerable swings and repetitions. Feliciano is a top-level hitting prospect as much because of his combination of raw strength driven bat speed and aggression in trying to hit the ball very, very hard as anything. He's a "bat speed over mechanics" hitter who simply looks to crush the ball as hard and often as he can. And that definitely works for him.

MLB.com

Rank: 143

Scouting grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 40 | Run: 40 | Arm: 50 | Field: 45 | Overall: 45

It's a strong crop of talent from Puerto Rico this year, led by shortstop Delvin Perez. After Perez comes Feliciano, the offensive-minded backstop many feel has a chance to go in the first few rounds.

The key to Feliciano is his bat. He has some strength in his swing with over-the-fence potential. He's not an all-or-nothing hitter, showing a solid approach at times. Especially for a catcher, Feliciano runs well and that athleticism does help him behind the plate. Some worry about his ability to catch long-term. Hhe does have a solid arm, but the rest of his defensive game is still a work in progress.

If he can't stay behind the plate, there's a chance he could handle left field, though that might be a stretch. It's said that hitters find work. A team rolling the dice on Feliciano will hope he can stick behind the plate, but it's the offensive potential that might push him up boards.


LINKS:

Video: Mario Feliciano - High School Select Home Run Derby
Video: Mario Feliciano - HR Derby at Perfect Game All American Classic
Video: 2016 Draft - Mario Feliciano, C
Video: Mario Feliciano Prospect Video, C, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy Class of 2016 (published Dec. 2015)
Video: Mario Feliciano Prospect Video, C, Carlos Beltran Academy Class of 2016 (published May 2016)
Video: Mario Feliciano, C, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy Class of 2016, Swing Mechanics at 200 fps
Beltran's academy in PR produces 3 draftees


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Posted: May 24, 2016, 4:09 PM Post
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ROUND 3: Braden Webb, RHP
6'3", 200, R/R, University of South Carolina (Columbia, South Carolina)
Hometown: Owasso, Oklahoma
DOB: 04/25/1995

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Braden Webb – RHP

Height/Weight: 6-2/195
Bats/Throws: R/R
Birthdate: April 25, 1995
College: South Carolina
Hometown: Owasso, Okla.
Projected Draft Round: 2-4

The route taken by Braden Webb to get to where he is today is a little different from his counterparts but he’s nonetheless here and a is major factor in the success that the South Carolina Gamecocks have enjoyed this spring. A rare draft-eligible freshman (just a couple quickly jump to mind in two Massachusetts natives, Johnny Magliozzi and Chris Dwyer) it’s worth noting that Webb would have been an age-eligible sophomore had he elected to enroll in school following his high school graduation in 2014.

Rather than going through the process of recovering from Tommy John surgery away from home, Webb elected to stay home in Oklahoma and do the rehab there. Nonetheless the Cleveland Indians took a waiver on him last June in the 38th round as he was a well-decorated prep power arm, though it appeared he would be going to Columbia and the Gamecocks coaches are glad he did.

After showing big velocity in the fall as part of his three-pitch mix, Webb was immediately thrusted into the weekend rotation from opening weekend and hasn’t looked back. Though he’s older than your typical freshman, it’s still his first season pitching in the SEC, a level of baseball that’s hard to rival throughout the country and certainly at a different level than the hitters he faced during his prep days in Oklahoma.

A good athlete with a tough and competitive come-at-you mentality – one that some scouts feel would be suited best in the bullpen at the next level – Webb will show two different pitches that he can miss bats with. The first is his fastball and it’s one that will sit 93-95 mph early in an outing while maintaining low-90s throughout the course of a game with sharp downhill and occasional running life. His arm action is very full coming through the back, and though it’s also plenty quick, it can occasionally drag or he’ll get under the ball which will cause some looseness to his overall fastball command. But when he’s on and everything is in sync he can spot the fastball to either side of the plate, evidenced by some of the numbers he’s put up this spring.

The second swing-and-miss pitch in his arsenal is his big 12-to-6 overhand curveball which he does a nice job of mimicking his arm action on, drawing hitters in to thinking it’s a fastball prior to the release. A mid- to upper-70s pitch with big depth that he shows equally impressive feel for, Webb won’t necessarily show the pitch on a regular basis but it makes the offering all the more effective. And to put the numbers into perspective and see just how good Webb’s been, prior to Wednesday’s SEC action the freshman led the league in strikeouts and batters struck out looking among several other categories in which he’s close to the top.

To round out the arsenal Webb will also show a mid-80s changeup with late diving life down in the zone with solid arm speed, eliciting empty swings from the opposing hitters. In all he has a power fastball as part of a solid three-pitch mix and he’s performed even better than expected, all numbers and traits scouts surely took notice of this spring.

MLB.com

Rank: 103

Scouting grades: Fastball: 60 | Curveball: 60 | Changeup: 45 | Control: 45 | Overall: 45

Webb opened his senior season at Owasso (Okla.) High in 2014 with consecutive no-hitters, then blew out his elbow in his third start and required Tommy John surgery. He spent 2015 rehabilitating his elbow and turned down the Indians as a 38th-round pick last summer before enrolling at South Carolina. A rare Draft-eligible freshman, he has been one of the best starters in the Southeastern Conference this spring and led the league with 117 strikeouts in 90 1/3 innings entering the NCAA tournament.

Webb can get swings and misses with two pitches. He has a low-90s mph fastball that reaches 96 and has riding life up in the strike zone. If hitters try to sit on his heater, he can change their eye level with his best offering, a mid-70s overhand curveball with tight spin.

Though Webb has a decent third pitch in a changeup with some sink, most scouts project him as a reliever. He doesn't have an athletic delivery, doesn't consistently throw strikes and his command is even more sporadic. He does create deception with his mechanics and has an aggressive nature that could work well in a high-leverage bullpen role.


LINKS:

Stay or go? MLB draft will mean new decisions to be made
2016 MLB Draft: Braden Webb, RHP, University of South Carolina
Braden Webb Bio University of South Carolina
Webb 'ready to rock and roll'
Video: Braden Webb Prospect Video, RHP, Owasso High School Class of 2014 @acbaseballgames
Video: POST-GAME: Braden Webb on Florida — 4/30/16
Video: Braden Webb after Gamecocks' 4-0 win over Vanderbilt on April 1, 2016
Video: Braden Webb pregame backflip for Gamecocks
Video: Braden Webb speaks to media - June 1, 2016
Video: 2016 Draft - Braden Webb, RHP


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Posted: May 24, 2016, 4:10 PM Post
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ROUND 4: Corbin Burnes, RHP
6'3", 205, R/R, Saint Mary's College of California (Moraga, California)
Hometown: Bakersfield, California
DOB: 10/22/1994

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Corbin Burnes – RHP

Height/Weight: 6-3/205
Bats/Throws: R/R
Birthdate: Oct. 22, 1994
College: Saint Mary's
Hometown: Bakersfield, Calif.
Projected Draft Round: 1-1S

As I wrote in Burnes’ report following his stint on the Cape last summer, there’s undoubtedly at least one college arm from a “smaller” conference who arrives somewhat under the radar on a national scene and uses the summer as a springboard into the first round. Last summer Burnes was that breakthrough arm and he now finds himself squarely in the first round talks and should be off the board by the conclusion of day one of the draft on June 9.
Undrafted out of Centennial High School back in 2013, Burnes wouldn’t be recognizable to most from his days as a prep as he’s grown roughly three inches and has added 25 pounds of strength when comparing his Perfect Game profile and current Saint Mary’s player page. Of course the pure stuff is also incredibly different otherwise Burnes would have been a high round draft out of high school and currently climbing up a team’s farm system.

After a rather unassuming freshman season in which he had a few turns in the rotation, though most of his innings came as a reliever, Burnes did a summer stint where he began transitioning into a starter as five of his six appearances in the Hamptons League were starts. Burnes showed impressive raw stuff but still struggled some with an ERA north of 5.00 before taking a sharp right turn as a sophomore when everything began to click. He began to thrive as a member of the Gaels' starting rotation and he also started to miss bats at a rather frequent rate before suiting up for the Orleans Firebirds last summer where he cemented his name on every prospect list.

Burnes didn’t necessarily blow his fastball past anybody on the Cape as he averaged less than a strikeout per inning (a clip he’ll well surpass this spring), but he did show some of his best pure stuff with reports coming of a fastball that touched upwards of 97 mph. And while he’s not consistently showing the big velocity in any given start, he is carrying a 92-94 mph fastball exceptionally well throughout a start showing a long and loose whip-like arm action through the back from which the ball absolutely explodes out of his hand.

His slider has been a swing-and-miss type offering this spring and it’s one that can work into the low-80s with short, late-tilting life down to the bottom of the zone. Maintaining his arm action and delivery, with a simple leg lift that appears similar to former Vanderbilt’s Carson Fulmer, but at a slowed down rate, Burnes throws his changeup with plenty of conviction and arm speed in the mid-80s with late fading life. Not only does he throw the pitch for strikes with sinking life, he shows the comfort to double or triple up on the pitch and can throw it to both righthanded and lefthanded hitters.

MLB.com

Rank: 39

Scouting grades: Fastball: 60 | Slider: 50 | Curveball: 45 | Changeup: 45 | Control: 50 | Overall: 50

As a sophomore, Burnes moved back and forth between pitching on Fridays and Saturdays. In his junior season, the right-hander has been St. Mary's Friday night ace all year and has been one of the more consistent college pitchers on the West Coast this season.

After a strong performance over the summer on the Cape, Burnes came out of the gate this spring pitching extremely well and helping his profile. Even as he's leveled off a bit, he's continued to perform, albeit in a slightly weaker West Coast Conference. With a very quick arm, he delivers his fastball lin the 92-95 mph range. His secondary stuff isn't quite as good, but his hard slider can be an out pitch at times and he'll mix in a curve and changeup as well. While some worry that his arm is too quick and that effort in his delivery could mean a move to a bullpen, he's shown the ability to maintain velocity deep into starts.

Burnes is also an excellent athlete, reminding some of D-backs prospect Braden Shipley. That should help him repeat his delivery consistently and give him the chance to reach his ceiling as a mid-rotation starter.


LINKS:

2016 MLB Draft: Corbin Burnes, RHP, St. Mary's
Video: 2016 Draft - Corbin Burnes, RHP
Corbin Burnes Bio - smcgaels.com
Breakout Prospect: Corbin Burnes
Burnes Building Steam Heading Into Draft
Draft Prospect Breakdown: Corbin Burnes
Former Centennial standout Burnes a 1st round hopeful
Video: Corbin Burnes Prospect Video, RHP, St. Mary's College
Video: St. Mary's RHP Corbin Burnes
Video: Corbin Burnes Prospect Video, RHP, St. Mary's College, Side Angle
Video: Bird of Game 37- Corbin Burnes (interview)
Video: Firebirds Spotlight- Corbin Burnes (interview)
Video: Corbin Burnes talks about Saint Mary's win to open LMU series
Video: Corbin Burnes, RHP, St. Mary's College, Pitching Mechanics at 200 FPS
Video: Corbin Burnes, RHP, St. Mary's (CA) -- June 2016
Burnes taken in fourth round by Milwaukee Brewers
St. Mary's pitcher and former Centennial star Corbin Burnes picked #111 overall in MLB Draft (article includes video)


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ROUND 5: Zack Brown, RHP
6'1", 180, R/R, University of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky)
Hometown: Seymour, Indiana
DOB: 12/15/1994

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Zack Brown Perfect Game Profile (Insider content provided by Patrick Ebert of PerfectGame.org)

162. Zack Brown, rhp, Kentucky (JR)
R-R, 6-2/200, Seymour, Ind.
Previously Drafted: Cubs ’13 (38)

Prior to stepping foot on Kentucky’s campus Brown participated in the 18u WWBA National Championship, his only PG event, where he topped out at 92 mph and ultimately finished at No. 430 in the final edition of Perfect Game’s class rankings in 2013. Upon making it to campus Brown worked mostly out of the Wildcat bullpen before truly opening eyes the following summer in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League where he topped out at 96 mph and steadily worked in the low-90s with his heater. As a sophomore he leaped into the Friday night role where he performed well, though not without inconsistencies similar to what he’s shown this spring. This spring when everything is on for the 6-foot-2 righthander he has the ability to make scouts hone in, still showing a fastball that regularly works into the mid-90s deep into a pitch count with sinking action to the bottom of the zone. At its best the curveball is a true swing-and-miss offering with sharp biting life in the low-80s and at times will show plus, giving him two quality pitches, and he’ll show a third in his changeup. The biggest concern with Brown moving forward will be the command and consistency in terms of strikes, something that should he ironed out at the next level, which could make him a steal in the draft.

MLB.com

Rank: 80

Scouting grades: Fastball: 65 | Curveball: 55 | Changeup: 50 | Control: 50 | Overall: 45

As a sophomore in 2015, Brown served as Kentucky's No. 1 starter ahead of eventual Twins second-rounder Kyle Cody. Brown pitched through the spring with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder, then took the summer off before impressing during fall practice. He has had a rough spring from a statistical standpoint, though scouts still like his stuff enough to project him as a starter and a possible second-round pick.

The velocity on Brown's sinking fastball has climbed steadily, from the upper 80s as an Indiana high schooler, to the low 90s in his first two college seasons, to a consistent 93-94 mph that he holds deep into games and a high of 96 this spring. He has aptitude for spinning a hard curveball that's at least a plus pitch at its best but lacks consistency. Brown will also flash a changeup with some tumble and fade but Wildcats coaches seldom call for it during games.

A 38th-round pick of the Cubs in 2013, Brown features a quick arm but he also has some effort to his delivery. That leads to concerns that he might not have more than average control and command, as well as whether he'll be able to maintain quality stuff over a full pro season as a starter.

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2016 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Zack Brown

By: Burke Granger

Zack Brown – RHP – Kentucky. 6’2″ 200. Class: Junior. DOB: December 15, 1994. Last Drafted: 2013 (Chicago Cubs- 38th Round).

Scouted:

Vanderbilt Commodores @ Kentucky Wildcats, May 1, 2015. Lexington, Kentucky.
Florida Gators @ Kentucky Wildcats, March 25, 2016. Lexington, Kentucky.

Baseball America ranked Zack Brown as the 385th best prospect in the 2013 draft out of Seymour (Ind.) High School. Brown slid to the Cubs in the 38th round, due in in part because of his strong college commitment to Kentucky. As expected, the Cubs were unable to sign Brown as he ended up in Lexington.

After an up and down freshman season in which he made 19 appearances and 5 starts, Brown stepped into the Friday role as a sophomore. Anchoring a weekend staff that included 2nd round pick Kyle Cody (Twins) and 32nd round pick Dustin Beggs (Mets), Brown led the team in ERA at 3.48.

After pitching his sophomore season with an injury in his non-throwing arm, Brown didn’t play at all last summer. Brown entered the season ranked as the 40th best college draft prospect by D1Baseball, and 35th by Baseball America.

Brown got off to a rough start in 2016, stringing together several disappointing appearances to open the season including a 3.2 inning, 4 hit, 5 run, 6 walk appearance against Florida.

Pitching better of late, Brown could regain some of luster he lost with a strong finish.

STATISTICS

*As of June 7, 2016.
YEAR CLASS W-L ERA G SV IP H K BB
2014 Fr. 1-1 5.65 19 0 28.2 42 18 11
2015 So. 6-6 3.48 15 0 93 87 71 38
*2016 Jr. 2-11 6.08 14 0 84.1 106 62 34

REPERTOIRE:

Fastball: I don’t see a lot of projection left for Brown. Consistent in his front knee action by sticking his landing each time and locking his knee, Brown may have reached his terminal velocity. Sitting at 91-93 mph with good sink, this has the makings of an above average pitch when located.

Curveball: Brown’s curveball is thrown between 78-81 mph with a sharp 11-5 break. Brown has shown the ability to use this as a “get me over” offering early in counts, and to bury it for a punch out when needed.

Changeup: Used sparingly in the two outings in which I saw Brown, this pitch was 82-83 mph with occasional fade.

Delivery: Coming almost completely over the top, Brown gets the most out of his modest 6’2″ frame. There is some effort in the delivery and the while the aforementioned exaggerated knee lock maximizes Brown’s velocity, it sometimes impairs his ability to finish.

Control/Command: Brown’s issue has been more of a lack of command than one of control. Brown’s control has been consistent sitting at around 3.5 per 9 in each season. That data point isn’t ideal but it’s not overly problematic at this level of Brown’s development. Where I see a potential issue is the fastball command. When Brown doesn’t finish he leaves the ball up and gets hit hard. For his career, Brown is allowing 9 and a half hits per 9 innings.

FUTURE: The continued development of his changeup and refinement of his command will be Brown’s indicators for future success. If strides can be made in those areas, I view Brown’s ceiling of a mid-rotation starter.

DISCLAIMER: It’s important to note that I’m not a scout. I don’t have the training or expertise that they do. I do however actually go to see these guys play live, which is more than you’ll get from many online “Scouting Reports”. I also talk to scouts when I’m there. While scouts reserve their reports for their employer, I can share my thoughts with you, the reader.


LINKS:

Zack Brown Bio - University of Kentucky
Video: Zack Brown - RHP - Kentucky (May 1, 2015)
Video: Zack Brown - RHP - Kentucky (March 25, 2016)


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ROUND 6: Payton Henry, C
6'2", 215, R/R, Pleasant Grove High School (Pleasant Grove, Utah)
Hometown: Pleasant Grove, UT
DOB: 06/24/1997

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Payton Henry Perfect Game Profile (Insider content provided by Patrick Ebert of PerfectGame.org)

435. Payton Henry, c/rhp, Pleasant Grove HS
R-R, 6-2, 215, Pleasant Grove, Utah
College Commitment: Brigham Young

Henry is a quality two-way prospect who has dominated Utah high school baseball for the last three years. He has hit a combined .479-21-109 in 83 games over that period, including a .519-7-31 mark this year, including 22 walks and only five strikeouts. Henry has a strong and powerful righthanded swing that will play at the next level, and he will especially stand out if he is able to stay behind the plate defensively. Henry has also acted as Pleasant Grove's closer over the same period of time, striking out 33 hitters in 22 innings this year with a fastball that will reach 93-94 mph to go with a solid mid-70s curveball.


LINKS:

Video: 2016 Draft - Payton Henry
Henry powered over the competition during his high school career
MLB Draft: Brewers take Pleasant Grove’s Payton Henry in 6th round
Brewers draft Pleasant Grove's Payton Henry in the sixth round


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ROUND 7: Daniel Brown, LHP
5'9", 183, S/L, Mississippi State (Oktibbeha County, Mississippi)
Hometown: Mount Vernon, Texas
DOB: 03/22/1995

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SCOUTING REPORT:

MLB.com

Rank: 153

Scouting grades: Fastball: 60 | Slider: 55 | Changeup: 40 | Control: 45 | Overall: 45

Brown began his college career at Tyler (Texas) JC, winning the Division III Junior College World Series and the D-III juco pitcher of the year award in 2014 after leading that level in wins (10) and finishing second in strikeouts (87 in 71 2/3 innings). He transferred to Mississippi State in 2015 and opened this season in its weekend rotation before inconsistency landed him in the bullpen. He has thrived in that role, however, showing enough arm strength to go in the first five rounds.

When he locates his pitches, Brown is hard to handle. He attacks hitters with a 90-94 mph fastball that's difficult to barrel if he keeps it down in the strike zone. His low-80s slider has been sharper in shorter stints and can overmatch left-handers, and he rarely uses his below-average changeup now that he's coming out of the bullpen.

Brown is just 5-foot-9 and generates his hard stuff with some effort in his delivery. He doesn't always repeat his mechanics, which costs him command. Despite some success starting in the Cape Cod League last summer, he profiles strictly as a pro reliever who might be useful in high-leverage situations, especially against lefties.


LINKS:

Video: 2016 Draft - Daniel Brown, LHP
Daniel Brown Bio - Mississippi State
Daniel Brown Stepped up when Bulldogs Needed Him
Brown forces teams to take notice


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ROUND 8: Francisco Thomas, SS
6'1", 204, S/R, Osceola Senior High School (City, Florida)
Hometown: Kissimmee, Florida
DOB: 08/27/1998

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161. Francisco Thomas, ss/3b, Osceola HS
B-R, 6-2/195, Carolina, Puerto Rico
College Commitment: San Diego State

Thomas is from Carolina, Puerto Rico and his parents still live on the island but Thomas has played in the summers with FTB Tucci in Central Florida and attended Osceola High School in that part of the state this year. He has some middle infield athleticism, including a very strong throwing arm, but will likely play third base at the next level, where he will be a solid defender. Thomas is a switch-hitter with very good raw bat speed and power potential from the left side and a shorter, more line drive approach righthanded. He was one of four Puerto Ricans that participated in last summer’s Perfect Game All-American Classic along with Luis Curbelo, Mario Feliciano and Alexis Torres.


LINKS:

Video: 2016 Draft - Francisco Thomas
Video: Francisco Thomas, Inf, Osceola High School, Swing Mechanics at 200 FPS
Aztecs land highly-rated shortstop prospect
Francisco Thomas - Prospect Select Baseball


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ROUND 9: Trey York, 2B
6'2", 190, R/R, East Tennessee State (Johnson City, Tennessee)
Hometown: Knoxville, TN
DOB: 04/04/1994

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LINKS:

Video: Trey York Home Run vs. Eastern Kentucky (Feb. 13, 2015)
Trey York Bio: East Tennessee State
Video: Firebirds Spotlight - Trey York (interview)
Video: Trey York, ETSU's all-conference second baseman (interview)
Bearden graduate Trey York drafted in ninth round by Brewers


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ROUND 10: Blake Fox, LHP
6'4", 225, L/L, Rice University (Houston, Texas)
Hometown: Bellaire, Texas
DOB: 06/17/1993

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SCOUTING REPORT:

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LINKS:

Video: 2016 Draft - Blake Fox
Blake Fox Bio: Rice University
Video: Rice Pitcher Blake Fox Is Sly!
Rice's Blake Fox Unveils An All-Time Great Pickoff Move
This Rice pitcher's pickoff move is so slick it should be patented
Video: Blake Fox (LHP, Rice, 2016 Draft Elig.)
Video: Blake Fox discusses his sly move & the story behind it


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ROUND 11: Chad McClanahan, 3B
6'5", 200, L/R, Brophy Jesuit Prep School (Phoenix, Arizona)
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona
DOB: 12/22/1997

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SCOUTING REPORT:

MLB.com

Rank: 122

Scouting grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 50 | Run: 40 | Arm: 55 | Field: 40 | Overall: 45

It's a down year for Draft talent in Arizona this year, with just one player -- ASU's Bobby Dalbec -- cracking the top 100. McClanahan might be the best high schooler in the state, one who impressed early on when there were general managers aplenty going to see amateur games during Spring Training.

The big corner infielder came back down to earth a little bit, but his name was generating some decent top few rounds buzz as the Draft approached. The 6-foot-5 left-handed hitter has a ton of offensive projection and already has a good feel to hit with knowledge of where the barrel of the bat needs to be. He's shown in-game power during his senior year and there should be more as he fills out his frame and adds strength. A solid athlete who also played football, McClanahan has a solid arm at third, though most see a move to first base in his future. He might be athletic enough to handle left field.

The biggest question regarding McClanahan might be his signability. The Phoenix native is committed to Arizona State and it was believed that it might be tough to lure him away from heading to campus.


LINKS:

Video: 2016 Draft - Chad McClanahan, 3B
Chad McClanahan - 9th Annual Power Showcase Home Run Derby
Will the Milwaukee Brewers entice Brophy's Chad McClanahan away from ASU?


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ROUND 12: Trever Morrison, SS
6'0", 180, L/R, Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon)
Hometown: Bothell, Washington
DOB: 04/21/1995

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SCOUTING REPORT:

MLB.com

Rank: 116

Scouting grades: Hit: 45 | Power: 30 | Run: 55 | Arm: 50 | Field: 50 | Overall: 45

In his bio on the Oregon State website, Morrison lists former Beaver infielder Darwin Barney as his favorite athlete. As a three-year starter at OSU who has the chance to stay up the middle, seeing Morrison follow a Barney-like career path isn't out of the question.

Morrison is a fairly athletic middle infielder who has performed well at a major college program, all things that should serve him well in the Draft. Some feel he'll hit enough to be an everyday player, with a worst-case scenario being a future as a super-utility type, one who has already shown the ability to play the outfield. With good footwork and a decent arm, it would pay to send him out as a shortstop and let him show if he can't stay there.

Morrison is lumped in with other college performer middle infield types, with his left-handedness at the plate something that sets him apart. Barney was taken in the fourth round of the 2007 Draft; Morrison could hear his name called by then as well.


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Video: 2016 Draft - Trever Morrison, SS
Trever Morrison, Oregon State Beavers shortstop, to miss rest of regular season with hand injury


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ROUND 13: Thomas Jankins, RHP
6'3", 200, R/R, Quinnipiac University (Hamden, Connecticut)
Hometown: West Brookfield, Massachusetts
DOB: 07/02/1995

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LINKS:

Quinnipiac Athletics Thomas Jankins Bio
QU Baseball's Thomas Jankins Selected in 13th Round of MLB Draft by Milwaukee Brewers
MLB Draft: Hopedale's Ian Strom, West Brookfield's Thomas Jankins top area picks


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ROUND 14: Gabriel García, C
6'3", 185, R/R, Broward College (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Hometown: Coamo, Puerto Rico
DOB: 12/16/1997

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Gabriel García Profile and Stats (njcaa.org)


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ROUND 15: Scott Serigstad, RHP
6'1", 190, R/R, Cal State Fullerton (Fullerton, California)
Hometown: Placentia, California
DOB: 11/02/1994

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Scott Serigstad Cal State Fullerton Bio
Pirates sweep to repeat state title


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ROUND 16: Louie Crow, RHP
6'2", 160, R/R, Buena Park High School (Buena Park, California)
Hometown: Fullerton, California
DOB: 07/06/1998

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LINKS:

Video: Louis Crow Prospect Video, RHP, Buena Park High School Class of 2016
Video: Louis Crow, RHP, Buena Park High School, Pitching Mechanics at 200 fps (posted July 9, 2015)
Video: Louie Crow, RHP, Buena Park High School, Pitching Mechanics at 200 FPS (posted March 19, 2016)


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ROUND 17: Weston Wilson, 3B
6'3", 195, R/R, Clemson University (Clemson, South Carolina)
Hometown: High Point, North Carolina
DOB: 09/11/1994

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Weston Wilson Clemson Bio


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ROUND 18: Cooper Hummel, C
5'10", 185, S/R, University of Portland (Portland, Oregon)
Hometown: Lake Oswego, Oregon
DOB: 11/28/1994

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Cooper Hummel U. of Portland Bio
Video: University of Portland Baseball's Cooper Hummel and Jordan Wilcox Feature


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