Spencer Adams has shown plenty of promise throughout his high school career, but his draft stock has exploded this spring as the pieces have come together more consistently. read
San Diego LHP Brady Aiken, the West team starter in the 2013 PG All-American Classic, has seen a dramatic increase in his velocity this spring and could go No. 1 overall in June's MLB draft.
TCU LHP Brandon Finnegan is creating a lot of buzz after his dominant showing against Texas, but he's not alone. A teammate, and others from UCF, Ole Miss, Rice, etc., are, too.
Missouri righthander Brett Graves has made the most of his opportunity to pitch on Friday nights in the SEC, and could sneak in to the first round with a strong finish to the season.
PG All-American Cameron Varga has taken a long and winding road to where he is today, evolving from a power hitting shortstop into a power pitcher with two strikeout offerings.
Allan Simpson has revised his one-of-a-kind state-by-state lists for the 2014 draft class. Alabama is available for free, led by Crimson Tide ace Spencer Turnbull.
Projectable Notre Dame righthander Pat Connaughton poses an interesting situation in regards to the draft in that he also shines on the basketball court for the Irish.
LHP Brady Aiken continues to make his case as one of the top prospects in the 2014 MLB Draft, PG's Todd Gold provides a breakdown of his most recent start.
2014 Virginia RHP Jacob Bukauskas threw 93 mph at the 2013 PG Jr. National but has created a huge buzz in the national scouting community with reports of 100 mph fastballs this spring.
Members of the Perfect Game staff will talk about the updated rankings and any other topics pertaining to the 2014 MLB Draft. The chat will begin at 11 am Central time.
East Carolina junior RHP Jeff Hoffman has risen from an undrafted high school prospect out of Latham, N.Y., to the No. 4 position in PG's Top 2014 MLB Draft Prospects rankings.
PG All-American righthander Michael Kopech is enjoying a big spring, and has solidified his name as a likely early round draft pick thanks to a low- to mid-90s fastball and sharp curve.
Carlos Rodon has long been considered the favorite to go No. 1 overall in this year's draft. While he's still a candidate to do so, he's not the only player on the Astros' short list.