Shortstop Alexis Pantojas, the top 2014 draft eligible prospect from Puerto Rico, showcases an exciting blend of polished defensive tools, speed and an emerging presence at the plate. read
Aaron Nola has been carving up hitters ever since he stepped onto LSU's campus, with incredible command of a three-pitch repertoire that includes low-90s heat and a plus changeup.
Ole Miss righthanded pitcher Chris Ellis has taken a big step forward this spring and shined Friday night in a win over Mississippi State. We report on him, and the national action.
2013 PG All-American Bryce Montes de Oca, who was unable to play in the Classic due to injury, took the mound for the first time in a year with impressive results.
Although he doesn't have the fanfare that most power arms from Southern California typically do, Jacob Nix has the size and stuff to make a name for himself at the next level.
Top 2014 RHP/SS Kyle Marsh (Port Orange, Fla.) missed all of 2013 with a broken knee cap but is back playing for Spruce Creek HS and proving that he's as good as he ever was.
Although FSU ace Luke Weaver hasn't been as dominant this season as he was last, his long track record of success still points to him being taken in the first round of this year's draft.
The arm strength and overall defensive package of prep backstop Devon Fisher have long been known, but the more he advances at the plate the more he sees his draft stock rise.
With a lean and wiry strong frame, tall stature and impressive arm speed, Keith Weisenberg generates easy and consistent low- to mid-90s heat with an improving slider.
With the top overall pick in the MLB draft very much up for grabs, East Carolina righthanded pitcher Jeff Hoffman had quite a sterling audition with electric stuff against Rice.
Texas Christian lefthanded pitcher Brandon Finegan has come a long way since his high school days, now peaking the upper-90s with his fastball which highlights a solid three-pitch mix.
Louisville closer Nick Burdi has posted video game numbers each of the last two seasons thanks to his 102 mph fastball and 91 mph slider, leading to his first round profile despite his role.
Monte Harrison, with an exciting three-sport background, is arguably the best athlete available in the 2014 draft class, and the PG All-American looks to boost his stock this spring.