2019 MLB Draft Central

The 2019 MLB Draft is set to kick off on Monday, June 3rd. Many young men will have life changing experiences as they hear their names called.

The MLB Draft is vastly different from the likes of the NFL and NBA drafts. In those sports, high school athletes cannot be drafted and the majority of them gain national exposure at the collegiate level. Some baseball draft prospects experience the same, but there are still a lot of standout-high-school prospects that casual fan may not know about.

Without further ado, here here are the draft profile of some of the elite prospects for the draft:

Top 30 Prospects

  1. Adley Rutschman, C, Oregon State University
  2. Bobby Witt, Jr., SS, High School
  3. Andrew Vaughn, 1B, California
  4. CJ Abrams, SS, High School
  5. JJ Bleday, OF, Vanderbilt University
  6. Riley Greene, OF, High School
  7. Hunter Bishop, CF, Arizona State University
  8. Nick Lodolo, LHP, Texas Christian University
  9. Bryson Stott, SS, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  10. Shea Langeliers, C, Baylor University
  11. Alek Manoah, RHP, West Virginia University
  12. Jackson Rutledge, RHP, San Jacinto Junior College
  13. Matthew Allan, RHP, High School
  14. Zack Thompson, LHP, University of Kentucky
  15. Corbin Carroll, OF, High School
  16. Josh Jung, 3B, Texas Tech University
  17. Brett Baty, 3B, High School
  18. George Kirby, RHP, Elon University
  19. Quinn Priester, RHP, High School
  20. Brennan Malone, RHP, High School
  21. Will Wilson, SS, NC State
  22. Logan Davidson, SS, Clemson University
  23. Daniel Espino, RHP, High School
  24. JJ Goss, RHP, High School
  25. Kody Hoese, 3B, Tulane University
  26. Michael Busch, 1B/OF, University of North Carolina
  27. Gunnar Henderson, SS, High School
  28. Keoni Cavaco, 3B, High School
  29. Maurice Hampton, OF, High School
  30. Kameron Misner, OF, University of Missouri

Other Notable Prospects

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