We continue to break down the top 500 draft eligible prospects by looking at those ranked 101-200, which includes Tenn. prep RHP Wil Crowe at No. 107. read
Augustana College RHP Jordan Milbrath stands to be drafted in the middle rounds this year as we profile the top players eligible for this year's draft from South Dakota.
For the third straight year North Dakota State RHP John Straka has been the top prospect from the state, and could provide a pro team a ready-made bullpen arm.
Armed with one of the most electric arms of any player eligible for this year's draft, Oklahoma State RHP Jason Hursh has a very high upside on an arm with limited miles.
Only three players have been drafted out of Wyoming the last 13 years, including the No. 13 overall pick in 2011, Brandon Nimmo, a number unlikely to change this year.
While Montana may not produce any draft picks this year, 2013 is sandwiched in between two solid seasons for the state that produced the Braves 4th rounder a year ago, Justin Black.
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Pennsylvania has a surprising and impressive collection of draft eligible talent at the Division II level, including Seton Hill LHP Alex Haines.
Prep RHP Zach Burdi, the younger brother of Louisville's dynamic closer Nick, has elevated to the top of the best draft eligible prospects from Illinois.
Two weeks away from the draft, Allan Simpson has updated the top 500 draft eligible prospects, starting with the players ranked 1-100, including Oklahoma's Jonathan Gray.
No high school pitcher in the country has moved up as far and as fast as prep RHP Phil Bickford with a fastball that has peaked at 98 mph and a vastly improved breaking ball.
Outfielder Michael O'Neill, nephew of former big leaguer Paul O'Neill, has a solid overall tool and skill-set and stands out among the draft eligible players from Michigan.
Virginia Tech third baseman Chad Pinder is viewed as a pretty sure bet to contribute at the next level with solid tools across the board and a quick right-handed bat.