MLB Draft Rounds 2-5 Preview

Round 1 Picks:

1. Tigers select Spencer Torkelson

2. The Orioles select Heston Kjerstad

3. The Marlins select Max Meyer

4. The Royals select Asa Lacy

5. The Blue Jays select Austin Martin

6. The Mariners select Emerson Hancock

7. The Pirates select Nick Gonzales

8. The Pirates select Robert Hassell

9. The Rockies select Zac Veen

10. The Angels select Reid Detmers

11. The White Sox select Garrett Crochet

12. The Reds select Austin Hendrick

13. The Giants select Patrick Bailey

14. The Rangers select Justin Foscue

15. The Phillies select Mick Able

16. The Cubs select Ed Howard

17. The Red Sox select Nick Yorke

18. The Diamondbacks select Bryce Jarvis

19. The Mets select Pete Crow-Armstrong

20. The Brewers select Garrett Mitchell

21. The Cardinals select Jordan Walker

22. The Nationals select Cade Cavalli

23. The Indians select Carson Tucker

24. The Rays select Nick Bitsko

25. The Braves select Jared Shuster

26. The A's select Tyler Soderstrom

27. The Twins select Aaron Sabato

28. The Yankees select Austin Wells

29. The Dodgers select Bobby Miller

30. The Orioles select Jordan Westburg

31. The Pirates select Carmen Mlodzinski

32. The Royals select Nick Loftin

33. The Diamondbacks select Slade Cecconi

34. The Padres select Justin Lange

35. The Rockies select Drew Romo

36. The Indians select Tanner Burnns

37. The Rays select Alika Williams


Top Remaining Prospects:

High School

1. Jared Kelley RHP B. 10/03/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/215

Fastball: 65

Changeup: 60

Slider: 55

Control: 55

Overall: 55

Kelley might be the most major league ready of any high school draft pick. He regularly pitches 93-96 MPH, sometimes hitting 98 MPH on his fastball. His changeup has good movement, and it projects to be a very good pitch. He throws the changeup with frequency, although he throws the fastball more often. His final pitch is a slider in the 80-84 MPH range. It also can develop into an above average pitch that will show a lot of movement. A fourth pitch could benefit him, although at the moment it doesn't look like he needs one. He will be a good starter for a long time.


2. Carson Montgomery RHP B. 08/13/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/200

Fastball: 60

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His fastball ranges from 94-95 MPH, but that's not a concern because of his age. His slider is in the 78-80 MPH range, and it proves to be a nasty pitch. His changeup wasn't really needed throughout high school, although some scouts think that it could be an above average pitch. He also could develop a fourth pitch, likely a curveball. He can generally control his pitches, but they can get wild at times. It'll be interesting to see who takes him.


3. Blaze Jordan 1B B. 12/19/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/220

Hit: 45

Power: 60

Run: 40

Arm: 50

Field: 45

Overall: 50

The subject of a "No Days Off", Jordan can hit. He's very young, and his power is the reason why teams are so interested in him. He does strike out, but his power makes up for it. Some scouts say that he has some of the best raw power in the draft. While he can play 3B, he's more likely to play 1B/DH in the big leagues. He's not fast or quick, but he doesn't hurt his team with his lack of speed. It'll be interesting to see if he signs with the team that drafts him.


4. Dax Fulton LHP B. 10/16/2001 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'6"/225

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 60

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Because of his Tommy John surgery last September and his commitment to play at Oklahoma, Fulton will likely not be signed. He's very big, and throws his fastball in the 90-93 MPH range. His fastball's speed is deceiving, however, because he throws it downhill. He's so big and so strong that he will likely be in the first round of the 2023 MLB Draft.


5. Cade Horton RHP/SS B. 08/20/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/190

Hitting

Hit: 45

Power: 50

Run: 50

Arm: 60

Field: 55

Overall: 50

Pitching

Fastball: 60

Slider: 55

Changeup: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 50

A multi-sport athlete, Horton is unlikely to sign. He was a standout QB who committed to Oklahoma for 2 sports. He could likely follow the foot steps of Kyler Murray, another 2 sport player at Oklahoma. When it comes to baseball, he will likely be drafted as a pitcher. He throws fastballs between 91-94 MPH, and his changeup is solid. His slider is in the 78-82 MPH range and it shows nice movement. He's also good at SS, and he would likely be a good defensive SS who can bring some offensive output.


6. Isaiah Greene OF B. 08/29/2001 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'1"/180

Hit: 55

Power: 45

Run: 65

Arm: 50

Field: 55

Overall: 50

A speedy CF, Greene has the tools to be a solid leadoff man. He swings with the goal of contact, and he knows that he can beat the opponent on the base paths. Although his swing allows him to get on base, he sacrifices for power. He is one of the most talented players in the draft, so teams might pick him in the 2nd round.


7. Kevin Parada C B. 08/03/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'0"/200

Hit: 55

Power: 50

Run: 40

Arm: 55

Field: 45

Overall: 50

His potential as a good offensive catcher overshadows his defensive shortcomings. He still has lots of time to work on his defensive skills, so he should be able to remain a catcher. He will be able to hit for average, and his raw strength will allow him to hit 25 HR a year. He can hit to all fields, but at the moment he likes to pull the ball. He's athletic and runs well for a catcher, but otherwise he doesn't stand out at anything else.


8. Tanner Witt RHP B. 07/11/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'6"/200

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 55

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Even though his build isn't particularly muscular right now, he could very well grow to be a very strong, powerful pitcher. His fastball touches 95 MPH, and his curveball is a devastating pitch with spin. His slider isn't developed yet, but he will likely develop it. His changeup is in the mid 80's, and it has the potential to be an average pitch. Teams know what they're getting with Witt.


9. Masyn Winn RHP/SS B. 03/21/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 5'11"/180

Hitting

Hit: 45

Power: 50

Run: 55

Arm: 65

Field: 55

Overall: 50

Pitching

Fastball: 60

Curveball: 60

Changeup: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Although he will likely be drafted as a pitcher, Winn brings a lot of SS potential. He will likely develop plus power with the potential to hit for average. As a pitcher, he throws his fastball between 92-96 MPH. His curveball spins well and it is in the 79-82 MPH range. His changeup is in the 81-83 MPH range. He might end up as a reliever, but most think that he will stick as a starter. He's really fun to watch.


10. Jared Jones RHP B. 08/14/2001 Bats: L Throws: R HT/WT: 6'1"/180

Fastball: 60

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 40

Overall: 50

Jones throws his fastball between 96-97 MPH on a consistent basis, and it has the potential to be a plus pitch. His slider can either be more like a traditional slider or a curveball. The traditional slider is 80-82 MPH, while his slurve ball is 74-78 MPH. His changeup will likely be an average pitch at 85-88 MPH. His command is what worries most scouts, and he might have to slow down his fastball to gain control of the pitch.


11. Alex Santos RHP B. 02/10/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/185

Fastball: 55

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Santos's fastball is usually in the 90-94 MPH range, but it will likely get faster. His 3 pitch mix also includes a quality slider and an average changeup. His slider is his main offspeed, as he throws it in the 76-78 MPH range. His changeup is in the low 80s. His control while not good, is nothing to be afraid of. He is a solid prospect for the later rounds.


12. Cam Brown RHP B. 10/15/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/210

Fastball: 55

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His fastball is usually in the low 90s, but it can get up to 96 MPH. His slider is his main off-speed, as it is 78-82 MPH. His changeup has showed flashes of being a plus pitch, but he doesn't throw it with enough consistency. His control is average, but the main point of concern is that he's signed with TCU. Both of his curve and fastball could end up as plus pitches, and that could be his recipe for success.


13. Kyle Harrison LHP B. 08/12/2001 Bats: R Throws: L HT/WT: 6'2"/200

Fastball: 50

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

While his fastball isn't fast, it works at 90-91 MPH. His slider is his breaking ball, as it is in the upper 70s. It shows good movement. His changeup is his third pitch, and he commands it well. Although Harrison doesn't have a very high ceiling, he's a low risk prospect that will most likely pan out to his ceiling.


14. Drew Bowser 3B B. 10/02/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/205

Hit: 50

Power: 55

Run: 40

Arm: 60

Field: 45

Overall: 50

Bowser started out as a SS, but he will likely stick at 3B because of his arm. He has the power and arm strength to play RF if 3B doesn't work. His power is above average, and he doesn't sacrifice on contact. Bowser loves the game in general, but his commitment to Stanford might drop him to the 4th round. Even if he does get drafted, he might not sign.


15. Corey Collins C B. 10/10/2001 Bats: L Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/215

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 40

Arm: 55

Field: 50

Overall: 50

His raw power is a plus, but he tends to try to pull too often. Sometimes he over swings, but he can hit home runs without trying to hit a home run. He moves well, but he doesn't have much speed. He had surgery which took him away from catching for awhile, but he showed average defense at 1B. He might not stick at catcher long term, but his arm strength helps his case to remain at catcher.


16. Nolan McLean 3B/RHP B. 07/24/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/220

Hitting

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 40

Arm: 60

Field: 55

Overall: 50

Pitching

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 45

Starring mainly as a 3B, McLean has the power needed to play 3B. While he doesn't have average contact, it's not a cause for concern. His footwork is impressive, and his arm just confirms that he'll play 3B. When he's pitching, McLean's fastball ranges from 91-95 MPH and sometimes hits 97 MPH. His curveball sits in the mid 70s, and his low 80s changeup projects to be an average pitch. He will likely be drafted as a 3B, but who knows?


17. Daniel Susac C B. 05/14/2001 Bats: S Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/205

Hit: 50

Power: 50

Run: 40

Arm: 60

Field: 50

Overall: 50

Susac has the potential to be a plus defender, and with average hitting, he can be a good prospect. His arm strength is a plus, but he releases a bit on the slower side. He hasn't unlocked his raw power yet, so he might end up with some 25-30 HR years. Sometimes he can get long with his swing, though. He will likely sign with whatever team drafts him.


18. Ryan Hagenow RHP B. 06/11/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'5"/200

Fastball: 55

Slider: 55

Changeup: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His fastball isn't the fastest at 88-93 MPH, he makes it up with a plus slider and a changeup in the 78-83 MPH range. His changeup also has some fade and sink. he uses his big body to leverage his pitches down into the zone. Even though he's committed to Kentucky, he should be drafted.


19. Alejandro Rosario RHP B. 01/06/2002 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/180

Fastball: 60

Splitter: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 45

Even though he is small for a pitcher, Rosario can throw up to 99 MPH on his fastball. His splitter can sometimes look like a big breaking pitch or more of a changeup. He's also working on a cutter that would be his 3rd pitch. He will probably end up as a reliever, although he could remain as a starter if his cutter is an above average pitch.


20. Ben Hernandez RHP B.07/01/2001 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/205

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 50

Changeup: 65

Control: 50

Overall: 45

His changeup is excellent as he throws it with a fade. He is not afraid to throw it in a 3-0 count, and he sometimes throws it 2 or 3 times in a row. He backs it up with a 90-95 MPH fastball. He uses a 70s curveball for his third pitch. He could benefit from a slider, but right now it looks like he has his recipe for success.




College

1. Cole Wilcox RHP B. 07/14/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'5"/232

Fastball: 65

Slider: 55

Changeup: 55

Control: 45

Overall: 50

Wilcox is a lot like the already drafted Cade Cavalli. His Fastball is usually in the 92-97 MPH range, and it can reach 100 MPH. His slider is 83-87 MPH, along with his changeup. Both pitches have solid movement, and project to be above average pitches. Scouts don't know if he will have to move to the bullpen. He can struggle to control the ball, and that will hurt him in the long run. He should be an interesting prospect to watch.


2. Dillon Dingler C B. 09/17/1998 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'3"/210

Hit: 50

Power: 50

Run: 55

Arm: 65

Field: 55

Overall: 50

Dingler controls the strike zone well when he's batting, and he brings potential above average raw power to the plate. His fielding is where he really shines though, as he has a plus arm as a catcher. His athleticism is surprisingly above average, and he ran a sub 6.6 second 60 yard dash. Don't expect him to maintain that though, as he will likely remain a solid catcher in the long run


3. Chris McMahon RHP B. 02/04/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/205

Fastball: 60

Curveball: 50

Changeup: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 50

McMahon throws his heater in the 95-96 MPH range, but it can get up to 98 MPH. His curveball sometimes looks like a slider, which would make it really easy to develop a slider for his 4th pitch. His changeup is really good at inducing groundballs and strikeouts. He's a good prospect that will be taken in early round 2.


4. Casey Martin SS B. 04/07/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 5'11"/175

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 75

Arm: 55

Field: 50

Overall: 50

Martin is the fastest person in the 2020 draft class, but there are some questions about his offensive production. He strikes out a lot, but his upwards swing results in a lot of power to be unlocked. He has the potential to steal a lot of bases if he gets the right team to develop him. He could stay at SS, but it's more likely that he will switch the CF or 3B. This will be an exciting player to watch.


5. Daniel Cabrera OF B. 09/05/1998 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'1"/196

Hit: 55

Power: 50

Run: 50

Arm: 55

Field: 50

Overall: 50

Although he's not the most flashy prospect, Cabrera can get it done. He was regarded as one of the best hitting prospects in the 2017 draft, but he has committed to LSU. He polished his tools at LSU, and he now hits for average and a bit of power. He is more of a RF, but he could also end up playing LF. Teams know what they're getting with Cabrera.


6. CJ Van Eyk RHP B. 09/15/1998 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'1"/198

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 60

Changeup: 50

Control: 45

Overall: 50

His curveball is the main star of the show, showing some 12-6 action. His fastball is between 93-94 MPH, sometimes hitting 95 MPH, and his changeup is fine even though it doesn't have much sink. His Pitching IQ is really high, as he knows naturally how to mix his pitches .He's a solid pitching prospect.


7. JT Ginn RHP B. 05/20/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/192

Fastball: 60

Slider: 60

Changeup: 55

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Even though he's not the biggest pitcher, he can still throw fast as he gets up to 97 MPH. His slider shows movement in the mid 80s, and it can make hitters look silly. While he doesn't use his changeup too often, it shows potential. He'll most likely make it as a starter, but if he gets handled wrong he could wind up in the bullpen.


8. Cole Henry RHP B. 07/15/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'6"/211

Fastball: 60

Curveball: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His fastball ranges from 90-96 MPH, often hitting 92-93. His curveball is in the mid 70s, and his differential between that and his fastball will be able to fool hitters. His changeup continues to grow although he has had no need to use it. He'll wind up as a SP and he'll be a solid prospect for the team who drafts him.


9. Logan Allen LHP B. 09/05/1998 Bats: R Throws: L HT/WT: 6'0"/180

Fastball: 50

Curveball: 50

Changeup: 55

Control: 55

Overall: 50

Although his fastball is slower than the average fastball as it sits around 90 MPH, it can hit 93 MPH if necessary. His changeup could be developed into a circle change, but right now it is already a devastating pitch. His curveball is right around average, and he controls it very well. His frame limits him in some sense, but he is a low risk prospect that will likely end up as an average pitcher.


10. Burl Carraway LHP B. 05/27/1999 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'0"/173

Fastball: 60

Curveball: 65

Control: 45

Overall: 50

A skinny kid from Dallas Baptist, Carraway is a closer with 2 plus-plus potential pitches. His fastball is between 93-96 MPH, sometimes clocking in at 98 MPH, and his curveball is in the 76-79 MPH range. His curve also features a very high spin rate. His control is a point of concern, and so is his lack of a 3rd pitch. He could be figured out in the majors, but he'll likely end up as an elite reliever or setup man.


11. Seth Lonsway LHP B. 10/07/1998 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'3"/200

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 65

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 40

Overall: 50

Although his curveball is his best pitch, Lonsway's fastball can reach 96 MPH. His curveball shows power and movement, while his slider is a harder form of his curve. He doesn't use his changeup too often, but when he does it can be an average pitch. The main problem with Lonsway is his control. In 18 IP as a redshirt sophomore, he walked 18 batters. He might have to switch to a simpler pitching form, although he might still be able to get things under control. He's a good prospect with one big area of concern.


12. Clayton Beeter RHP B. 10/09/1998 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/220

Fastball: 60

Curveball: 60

Slider: 60

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 50

Although he has an injury-riddled past, Beeter shows some of the best raw stuff in the draft. His fastball is in the 93-96 MPH range, topping out at 98 MPH while his power curveball is in the low 80s. His slider harder in the mid 80s, and lots of scouts think that it may be his best pitch. His changeup is solid, although it isn't needed very often. His control improved by a lot as he went from 8.7 BB/9 as a reliever to 1.7 BB/9 as a starter. But still, it might be a fluke. His only concern is his injury filled past, but he still makes for a good prospect.


13. Jeff Criswell RHP B. 03/10/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'4"/223

Fastball: 55

Slider: 55

Changeup: 55

Control: 45

Overall: 50

As Criswell transitioned from reliever to starter, questions arose about how his velocity would change. His velocity stayed exactly the same at 93-96 MPH on his fastball. His slider and his changeup both show potential in the low 80s. He's a big and strong guy, but he overthrows causing him to be inaccurate at times. Otherwise, he's a good prospect.


14. Jake Eder LHP B. 08/09/1998 Bats: L Throws: L HT/WT: 6'4"/220

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 55

Changeup: 45

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His fastball is pretty fast as it touches 97 MPH, but his potential plus curveball is better. His changeup wasn't used very much, but it flashes an average pitch. He might have to add a slider to make up for his lack of a solid hard off-speed. His control doesn't raise a cause for concern, and he's a solid prospect who is going to be drafted in the 2nd-3rd round.


15. Kyle Nicolas RHP B. 02/22/1999 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'4"/225

Fastball: 70

Curveball: 50

Slider: 55

Changeup: 45

Control: 45

Overall: 50

His fastball is very fast, as it is in the 94-97 range, and it sometimes even gets up to 100. He can also dominate hitters with a hard slider that can be difficult to overcome. His curveball is average, although sometimes it blends in with his slider. His changeup is where he lacks, but with his fastball and slider it isn't really needed. When he throws hard, he usually lacks on accuracy as his control is below average.


16. Tommy Mace RHP B. 11/11/1998 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'6"/200

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 50

Cutter: 55

Changeup: 45

Control: 50

Overall: 50

His two seam fastball can get up to 96 MPH, and it shows good movement. His secondary pitch is his cutter that is in the 87-89 MPH range, and there' also his slurveball that is in the upper 70s. His changeup has improved, but it's nothing to be excited about. His control won't hurt him, but it could use some work.


17. Nick Garcia RHP B. 04/20/1999 Bats: L Throws: R HT/WT: 6'4"/215

Fastball: 60

Slider: 50

Cutter: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 45

His fastball can get up to 97 MPH, but besides that there's nothing special here. His slider is in the mid 80s while his cutter is in the 86-88 MPH range. He hasn't really played against good competition yet, so some of his scouting may be inaccurate. His control is average. He has a pretty low ceiling.


18. Gage Workman 3B B. 10/24/1999 Bats: S Throws: R HT/WT: 6'4"/195

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 50

Arm: 55

Field: 50

Overall: 45

He's strong, athletic, and big with the tools to have plus raw power. His strikeouts can get out of hand, he doesn't walk too often, and needs to improve if he wants to become a solid player. He plays 3B, but he can play SS and might end up in the middle infield. Overall he has the raw tools to end up like Jay Bruce, but he needs to work and improve.


19. Hudson Haskin OF B. 12/31/1998 Bats: R Throws: R HT/WT: 6'2"/200

Hit: 50

Power: 50

Run: 60

Arm: 50

Field: 55

Overall: 45

Once he adds muscles to his frame, that power could improve from average to plus power. He knows where the strike zone is, although he is able to make contact with everything which cuts down on his walks. He will likely stick in CF, and he's a speedy guy that could end up stealing a good number of bases.


20. Nick Swiney LHP B. 02/12/1999 Bats: R Throws: L HT/WT: 6'3"/187

Fastball: 50

Curveball: 60

Changeup: 55

Control: 45

Overall: 45

Even though his fastball is slow at 87-93 MPH, he can get it up to 95 MPH. His curveball projects to be a plus pitch, while he has improved his changeup to be an above average pitch. He's improved his control, and he will likely be selected in the late 2nd to early 3rd round.


Top Remaining Prospects:

1. Owen Caissie OF Age: 17

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 55

Throw: 60

Field: 50

Overall: 45


2. Petey Halpin OF Age: 18

Hit: 50

Power: 45

Run: 60

Arm: 60

Field: 50

Overall: 45


3. Zach DeLoach OF Age: 21

Hit: 50

Power: 50

Run: 55

Arm: 50

Field: 50

Overall: 45


4. Zach McCambley RHP Age: 21

Fastball: 55

Curveball: 65

Changeup: 45

Control: 45

Overall: 45


5. Tyler Gentry OF Age: 21

Hit: 50

Power: 50

Run: 55

Field: 55

Arm: 55

Overall: 45


6. Jake Vogel OF Age: 18

Hit: 50

Power: 40

Run: 70

Throw: 60

Field: 50

Overall: 45


7. Chase Davis OF Age: 18

Hit: 45

Power: 55

Run: 55

Arm: 70

Field: 50

Overall: 45


8. Markevian Hence RHP Age: 17

Fastball: 60

Slider: 55

Changeup: 50

Control: 50

Overall: 45


9. Sam Weatherly LHP Age: 21

Fastball: 55

Slider: 60

Changeup: 50

Control: 40

Overall: 45


10. AJ Vukovich 3B Age: 18

Hit: 40

Power: 55

Run: 45

Arm: 55

Field: 45

Overall: 45



Best Tools:

Hit: Isaiah Greene

Power: Blaze Jordan

Run: Casey Martin

Arm: Chase Davis

Field: Dillon Dingler

Overall (Batter): Dillon Dingler

Fastball: Kyle Nicolas

Curveball: Burl Carraway

Slider: JT Ginn

Changeup: Ben Hernandez

Splitter: Alejandro Rosario

Cutter: Tommy Mace

Overall (Pitcher): Jared Kelley


Best Players Available (mlb.com):

1. Jared Kelley

2. Cole Wilcox

3. Dillon Dingler

4. Chris McMahon

5. Casey Martin

6. Carson Montgomery

7. Daniel Cabrera

8. CJ van Eyk

9. Blaze Jordan

10. Dax Fulton

11. JT Ginn

12. Cole Henry

13. Logan Allen

14. Cade Horton

15. Kevin Parada

16. Burl Carraway

17. Seth Lonsway

18. Clayton Beeter

19. Tanner Witt

20. Masyn Winn

21. Jared Jones

22. Alex Santos

23. Jeff Criswell

24. Jake Eder

25. Kyle Nicolas

26. Cam Brown

27. Isaiah Greene

28. Kyle Harrison

29. Drew Bowser

20. Corey Collins

31. Nolan McLean

32. Daniel Susac

33. Ryan Hagenow

34. Tommy Mace

35. Nick Garcia

36. Alejandro Rosario

37. Ben Hernandez

38. Gage Workman

39. Hudson Haskin

40. Owen Caissie

41. Petey Halpin

42. Nick Swiney

43. Zach DeLaoch

44. Zach McCambley

45. Tyler Gentry

46. Jake Vogel

47. Chase Davis

48. Markevian Hence

49. Sam Weatherly

50. AJ Vukovich

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