MLB Draft

Druw Jones
Matt Graves - Jul 17, 2022

Druw Jones is the top prospect of the 2022 MLB Draft class. The son of Andruw Jones, a borderline Hall of Famer and 10-time Gold Glover, resembles his father’s game. Druw is already a plus defender and a five-star tool potential as a center fielder. The Vanderbilt commit is projected to be a top-five pick […]

Connor Prielipp
Justin Merrlles - Jul 14, 2022

The University of Alabama’s Connor Prielipp is a sleeper pick for the 2022 MLB Draft. After becoming the Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year in 2019, Major League teams started to take notice. During his 2019 year, he struck out 215 batters in 101 and 1/3 innings pitched. However, MLB teams were reluctant to draft […]

Kumar Rocker
Lewis Masella - Jul 14, 2022

RHP Kumar Rocker is the 38th-ranked prospect available on‘s 2022 MLB Draft rankings. Now, Rocker’s name may sound familiar. That is because he entered last year’s draft as the top prospect on the list. However, concerns about his health led him to fall to the 10th overall pick, when he was taken by the […]

Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

Justin Crawford will certainly hear his name called in the first round. The number 14 prospect, according to, has all the tools to be an everyday MLB player. He is currently committed to Louisiana State University. Crawford is another son of former major-leaguer Carl Crawford who had a solid career with the Tampa Bay […]

Draft Profile Owen Murphy
Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

A legitimate two-way prospect, Owen Murphy has been moving up the draft rankings. Currently ranked as the number 48 prospect, he has some excellent numbers as both a hitter and a pitcher. He will undoubtedly hear his name called at some point between July 17 and 19 when the MLB 2022 draft takes place. While […]

Brandon Barriera
Anthony Walsh - Jul 14, 2022

Brandon Barriera is an 18-year old left-handed pitcher out of American Heritage High School in Plantation Florida. He is an underrated prospect in the 2022 MLB Draft. The Vanderbilt commit sits in the low to mid 90’s with his fastball, and has a slider and changeup with plenty of upside. Barriera’s talent, much like every […]

Matt Graves - Jul 14, 2022

Blade Tidwell, a promising right-handed pitcher for the University of Tennessee, is regarded by scouts as one of the top pitchers available in this class. As a freshman in 2021, Tidwell emerged as a starter, finishing with 10-3 with a 3.74 ERA in 18 starts over 98 2/3 innings pitched. The ten wins that Tidwell […]

Caleb Begley - Jul 14, 2022

University of Arizona catcher Daniel Susac is a foregone conclusion for the position. At 6’4″ and weighing 218 pounds, Susac could be considered a model backstop. Not only that, but he comes from a catcher’s family. His brother, Andrew Susac, spent six combined seasons in the big leagues. Though his brother never was a household […]

Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

Brock Porter is the highest-ranked pitcher coming into the 2022 Draft. The top pitcher, according to, is ready to be selected in the top ten in the upcoming draft. The 6′ 4″ right-hander comes from St. Mary Prep in Orchard Lake, in suburban Detroit, Michigan. He is listed as the No.11 prospect who comes […]

Noah Schultz
Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

Noah Schultz is a unique player of his own. He is the tallest player in the 2022 MLB draft. Schultz is the 6-foot-9 left-handed pitcher who is the 49th-best prospect, according to He is also challenging to figure out because he did not pitch very much in high school due to the pandemic. Then […]

Walter Ford
Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

Walter Ford comes into the 2022 MLB draft as the youngest player at 17-years old. He is listed as the No. 53 prospect according to He is a third baseman, and while he does have some good skills as a hitter and an infielder, his future in Major League Baseball is as a pitcher. […]

Elijah Green
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Jul 14, 2022

Elijah Green and his draft profile will ensure that he will be sought after in the 2022 MLB draft. Green, from IMG Academy in Florida, is a multi-tool and highly talented outfielder. The 18-year-old is 6″3′ and 225 pounds. His tall athletic build is a promising factor to foster everything he does well to become […]

Matt Graves - Jul 14, 2022

Jackson Holliday is another top prospect with big league bloodlines. Like Druw and Andruw Jones, Jackson is the son of seven-time All-Star and World Series champion Matt Holliday, but that’s not all. Jackson’s uncle, Josh, is the head coach for Oklahoma State’s baseball team, where he’s committed to playing. Holliday is a two-time Rawlings High […]

Jim Marshall - Jul 14, 2022

Termarr Johnson is a player teams seeking middle infield help with plenty of choices in the first few rounds. One of the first of those players off the board will be Termarr Johnson. The shortstop from Mays High School in Georgia has been ranked the number four prospect by and could be the first […]

Gavin Cross
Braden Herb - Jul 14, 2022

The 2022 MLB Draft is quickly approaching, so it is time to shine the light on the top draft hopefuls. One of the top college outfielders this year is Virginia Tech star Gavin Cross. The left-handed hitting Hokie is the tenth-ranked prospect entering draft season according to With the draft right around the corner, […]

Ryleigh Mulvihill - Jul 14, 2022

Jacob Berry is one of top bats in the 2022 MLB Draft. Berry played for Arizona in 2021 and was recognized in many All-American categories. Berry’s .352 average, 70 RBI, and .439 OBP led him to be named Collegiate Baseball National Co-Freshman of the Year, All-American, and a finalist for the college baseball player of […]

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Esteban Loaiza
Caleb Begley - Jul 14, 2022

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Evan Ferguson - Jul 14, 2022

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Lewis Masella - Jul 14, 2022

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collincarofano - Jul 14, 2022

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