1Pittsburgh PiratesMay come down to Mayer, Lawler, Davis
2Texas RangersLawler, Mayer, Davis or... Leiter?
3Detroit TigersLeiter or Rocker still in play here?
4Boston Red SoxCollege arm; Ceiling for Frelick?
5Baltimore OriolesHouse, Davis, college arm; High-point for Watson?
6Arizona DiamondbacksFrelick or Jobe?
7Kansas City RoyalsThis might be turning into the floor for Watson
8Colorado RockiesHouse fits here, as does college pitching; Ceiling for Bachman?
9Los Angeles AngelsCollege arm fits value, need
10New York MetsFloor for Frelick? Cowser, Jobe, Chandler fit, too
11Washington NationalsFord, Chandler, Jobe, Bachman all fit here
12Seattle MarinersMcLain, Frelick, Bachman, Cusick, Chandler linked
13Philadelphia PhilliesMight be the floor for Bachman
14San Francisco GiantsCollege arm most likely
15Milwaukee BrewersBest college player available?
16Miami MarlinsCusick, Madden or prep arm
17Cincinnati RedsRange starts for Painter, Solometo
18St. Louis CardinalsFloor for Chandler?
19Toronto Blue JaysCollege pitching
20New York YankeesFloor for Cowser? Benny Motgomery is a fit
21Chicago CubsCollege player; High point for Fabian?
22Chicago White SoxHoglund's range starts about here
23Cleveland IndiansMost likely range for Solometo, Painter
24Atlanta BravesPrep bat & upside here
25Oakland AthleticsBest college bat -- Cowser? Wilson? Taylor?
26Minnesota TwinsPrep pitching, college catching
27San Diego PadresBet on an arm here
28Tampa Bay RaysFloor for Painter?
29Los Angeles DodgersBaez floor?
**Houston AstrosBANG! BANG! BANG!
**The Astros were docked their 2021 first-round pick as part of the the sign-stealing investigation after the 2019 season. They were also docked their 2020 first and second rounders, and their 2021 second-round pick.

Last Updated on June 10, 2021 by Jason A. Churchill

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Jason A. Churchill

Churchill founded Prospect Insider in 2006 and spent several years covering prep, college and pro sports for various newspapers, including The News Tribune and Seattle PI. Jason spent 4 1/2 years at ESPN and two years at CBS Radio. He now serves as the Executive Copy Editor at Data Skrive, a tech company that manipulates data to provide automated content to clients including the AP, BetMGM, USA Today, and ESPN. Find Jason's baseball podcast, Baseball Things, right here.