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His fastball touches 99 mph , and he pairs it with a a terrific changeup. Arizona State first baseman Spencer Torkelson is widely regarded as the best player in this year's class. With a strong 6'4", pound frame and a polished four-pitch arsenal that includes a fastball that touches 97 , a plus slider and a solid changeup, Lacy is the best college pitcher in this class and one of the better college lefties to come along in some time. He's undersized at 6'0", but he's also a terrific athlete with smooth mechanics and a low-effort delivery that give him a chance to stick as a starter. The Padres seemingly hit on CJ Abrams at the top of their draft haul, and they could again turn to the high school ranks to grab the best pure hitter among this year's prep prospects in Robert Hassell. There's no reason to think they'll buck that trend, and Kjerstad is the clear choice here among the remaining college crop. Also a legitimate prospect on the mound who has touched 93 mph with his fastball, he has the athleticism to handle center field or the arm strength to slide over to right field. It remains to be seen whether Soderstrom will stick behind the plate, but he has one of the best hit tools among the prep class and enough athleticism to handle a move to third base or the outfield if that is deemed necessary. He's a lock to stick at shortstop with the best collection of defensive tools at the position in this class, and his 6'2", pound frame offers further physical projection to enhance his offensive tools that currently grade out as average across the board. With a mids fastball and a plus-plus curveball that has excellent shape and depth, Detmers piled up strikeouts in innings during his time at Louisville. That has moved him squarely into the first-round conversation, and for a Brewers team that has long been searching for an answer at the catcher position, he's a solid choice. His fastball already touches 95 mph , and his slider might be the best breaking pitch among this year's prep hurlers. Gonzales offers a profile similar to Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Keston Hiura, albeit with a little less power and a better overall defensive profile. He spent most of his freshman season at Oklahoma playing first base before flashing electric stuff and huge upside in A limited track record comes with some obvious risk, and he also missed time last spring with a stress reaction in his arm, but the upside he showed in posting a to-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio in Crow-Armstrong is the best defensive outfielder in the class, and while he doesn't offer a ton of power potential, he has shown a strong enough hit tool to be a two-way standout. His 6'5", pound frame offers ample projection, and he already shows the makings of three plus pitches and above-average overall command. The 6'4", pound right-hander allowed 22 hits and 10 earned runs in 24 innings this spring, but he also posted a to-3 strikeout-to-walk ratio while showing the advanced stuff and plus command that made him a top prospect. With a strong 6'5", pound frame that offers further projection, Veen has a profile reminiscent of Houston Astros outfielder Kyle Tucker when he went No. Luckily, that's not an issue considering the quality of his present stuff. He has always pounded the strike zone with an advanced four-pitch mix, and the uptick in velocity has vaulted him into the second tier of college arms. Despite an athletic 6'3", pound frame, he hasn't shown much in-game power. Few players did more to boost their draft stock during the shortened season. He's also one of the biggest unknowns in the draft. If he proves capable at shortstop, all the better. Hancock has slipped a bit since looking like a candidate to go No. After wearing out mediocre high school pitching in Illinois, Howard established himself as the top prep shortstop in the draft with a stellar showing on the showcase circuit last summer. He has a limited track record of starting, and he dealt with shoulder soreness during the spring. The Red Sox don't pick again until No. He has a strong throwing arm and good raw receiving skills, and it may simply be a matter of getting more reps. Adding his power bat to a pitching-rich farm system would be a boon to the ongoing rebuild, and he could easily be the first player from this class to reach the majors. He also has extremely smooth mechanics and limited effort in his delivery, which further improves his chances of moving quickly through the minors. After undergoing Tommy John surgery prior to his freshman season and then arthroscopic surgery less than a year later, he finally made his collegiate debut in a bullpen role last year. The most MLB-ready high school pitcher in the draft, Kelley has a developed 6'3", pound frame that offers little in the way of further physical projection. The UCLA standout hit. His floor is actually quite high for someone who still offers so much physical projection. Cecconi has the higher ceiling of the two thanks to a fastball that sits in the mids and a wipeout slider, but he'll need to develop his changeup into a passable third pitch in order to stick as a starter.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The Tigers have been zeroed in on Torkelson since the onset of this year's draft process, and rightfully so after he launched 48 home runs and showed an extremely advanced approach during his first two years at Arizona State. The 6'3", pound outfielder has power that rivals projected No. With a 1. He spent his sophomore season as the starting third baseman at Vanderbilt before moving to center field in the early parts of His ultimate defensive home remains a question mark, but there's little doubt he has the offensive tools to make an impact wherever he settles in. The Detroit Tigers hold the No. There's obvious risk here, but after he racked up 32 strikeouts against just two walks in 23 innings this spring, his ceiling has pushed him into the first-round conversation. The Nationals are always willing to take a chance on high-upside arms. Crochet is a 6'6" left-hander with a fastball that touches mph and a plus slider. Before the draft begins at 7 p. He's one of the safest bets in this class to be a future MLB starter, and he has frontline upside if everything clicks. He pitched just He has some of the best pure stuff in the class with a fastball that touches mph and a solid changeup-slider mix, but he also needs to refine his mechanics and improve his overall command. That said, his value is obviously higher if he can remain in the crouch, and anyone taking him inside the top 20 will give him every chance to prove he can catch. He doesn't offer the same upside as Lacy, Meyer or Hancock among the top college arms, but he has an extremely high floor, and a safe pick on the pitching side of things makes a lot of sense for the Rockies. Playing in a hitter's paradise at New Mexico State, he posted eye-popping numbers throughout his career, including a. A defensive standout behind the plate with questions about his bat coming out of high school, Bailey hit. His receiving skills and power potential are enough to give him an everyday profile, and he should move quickly relative to most catching prospects. This is a high-floor, high-ceiling pick. In the hands of the Rays' player development team, he could wind up being one of the top arms from the class. He has also been inconsistent at times and there are some legitimate swing-and-miss concerns, but he has the highest ceiling of any prep hitter. He has suffered a bit from prospect fatigue as someone who has been on the scouting radar since he played for Team USA as an underclassman, and his stock slid a bit with an inconsistent summer. The best pure hitter in the class, Martin did not get the opportunity to show he can handle shortstop this spring at Vanderbilt. Otherwise, it looks like they'll be choosing between the draft's top prep hitter and New Mexico State infielder Nick Gonzales here at No. He also boasts a strong throwing arm, giving him a prototypical right field profile. He allowed just 13 hits and four walks in 21 innings while piling up 33 strikeouts, and he has had some late helium to sneak into the first-round conversation. However, it's an awfully good hit tool with a smooth left-handed swing, excellent bat-to-ball skills and an all-fields approach when he's not selling out for power. He posted a 0. The D-backs went high-upside with their early picks last year, and this would fit that strategy once again. While scouts remain split on whether Gonzales can stick at shortstop long-term, per Baseball America , he should have no problem settling in as an offensive-minded second baseman if the need arises. There's a clear trio of prospects sitting atop this draft class, and the Marlins will happily scoop up whoever is left on the board at No. After topping out at 93 mph to begin the campaign and dipping into the upper 80s by season's end, the now-6'2", pound right-hander was sitting 96 mph this spring. He might max out at home runs, but he'll immediately have one of the best hit tools in the minors. That said, he checks all the boxes for a high-ceiling, projectable right-hander with a mids fastball and a high-spin curveball that already flashes plus. For an Angels team that has lacked stability behind the plate since Bengie Molina left town in , he looks like a perfect fit. He's the definition of boom-or-bust. After tallying just seven home runs and 27 total extra-base hits in plate appearances his first two seasons on campus, he hit. He could go as high as the early teens if someone falls in love with his potential, but we'll slot him here at No. There's reason to believe that will eventually come, but even if it doesn't, he offers enough value with his across-the-board skills to be an asset. He struck out six of the 12 batters he faced in 3. The spotty track record of hard-throwing prep right-handers and the need to further develop his slider as a viable breaking ball are the only things keeping him from going significantly higher. His upside might be too tantalizing to pass up for the rebuilding Royals. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Over the next two days, amateur baseball players from the high school, junior college and college ranks of the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico will hear their names called over an abridged five-round draft. He's more hit tool than power at this point, and there's a good chance that will always be the case. With a 6'4", pound frame and smooth, easy mechanics that produce a fastball that touches 98 mph and a plus curveball, Cavalli has the highest ceiling among the second tier of college arms. Finally healthy, he moved into the rotation this spring and showed 98 mph with his fastball along with a wicked curveball-slider combination and a quality changeup. His strong 6'2", pound frame and quality changeup as a viable third offering give him a great chance to carve out a spot in the middle of an MLB rotation. ET on Wednesday evening, we present our final mock draft of the year. With an intriguing mix of size, stuff and present pitchability, Abel has emerged as the top prep arm in an admittedly thin class. The White Sox have not taken a high school player with their first pick since Courtney Hawkins in , and he turned out to be a bust. There's a good amount of risk-reward here, and that's a good approach for a rebuilding Giants team. He tallied 16 saves in 26 appearances as a freshman before moving into a starting role during his sophomore season. A center fielder during his freshman season at Ohio State, Dingler brings rare athleticism to the catcher position with all the tools to be a standout defender. The Mets took a similar prospect in third baseman Brett Baty at No. However, he also backed up his strong regular-season numbers by winning Cape Cod League MVP honors last summer, and he stands as one of the safest picks in the class. Originally viewed as the top prep arm in the class, Bitsko graduated early to enroll at Virginia, making him draft-eligible in As a result, he was not scouted as heavily last summer, making him a bit of an enigma. Wilcox ranked as the No. There's an outside chance that Veen might go No. Regardless, his bat will play elsewhere, and he has significant offensive upside. With a fastball that touches mph and a hard-biting slider that sits in the low 90s, he has prototypical late-inning stuff, and he could move extremely fast in a relief role. No college pitcher did more to improve his stock over the past calendar year than Jarvis, who added 20 pounds of muscle and several miles per hour to his fastball between his sophomore and junior seasons.