1Jack LeiterRHPVanderbiltExplosive, up to 99, flashes plus CB
2Henry DavisCLousiville70 arm, 65 raw power, chance to hit and defend
3Marcelo MayerSSEastlake HS (Calif.)Questions answered; top 5 talent
4Kumar RockerRHPVanderbiltRecent velo & command struggles a concern
5Jordan LawlerSSJesuit HS (Texas)Big SS projects to stay, hit .280, 20 HR
6Ty MaddenRHPTexasEasy 95-98 with hard SL
7Sal FrelickCFBoston College60 glove, 65 run, needs to clean up lower-half mechanics
8Adrian Del CastilloCMiamiFringe glove but plus hit tool; Power questions?
9Gunnar HoglundRHPMississippiChance for three plus pitches
10Brady House3BWinder Barrow HS (Tenn.)Huge power, needs to perform vs best competition
11Matt McLain2B/CFUCLALove the idea of McLain in CF
12Jackson JobeRHP/SSHeritage Hall HS (Okla.)Elite athlete, loose arm, potential 70 SL
13Ryan CusickRHPWake ForestUp to 98, downer power CB
14Bubba ChandlerRHPNorth Oconee HS (Ga.)Up to 94, 60 CB, athletic projection
15Kahlil WatsonSSWake Forest HS (N.C.)Can do everything, projects for 45-50 power, too
16James WoodRFIMG (Fla.)6-7 lefty with big raw power; can he stay in RF?
17Luca TreshCNorth Carolina StateMore athletic Mike Zunino, led by power and swing-and-miss.
18Sam BachmanRHPMiami (OH)No projection left, but up to 98, flashes 60 slider.
19Alex Binelas3BLouisvillePower, patience, discipline, 45 glove
20Braden MontgomeryRHP/OFMadison Central HS (Miss.)Underrated bat, sound swing & plate skills, 3-pitch mix on mound
21Jud FabianCFFloridaHit tool lags behind 4 plus tools
22Jordan WicksLHPKansas StateFB 92-96 with command, 55 changeup, deception
23Andrew PainterRHPCalvary Christian (Fla.)Raw stuff fits top 20, lacks consistency
24Izaac Pacheco3BFriendswood HS (Texas)Size, athleticism, arm, projectable LH pop
25Harry FordCNorth Cobb HS (Ga.)Good athlete, plus arm, plus power, raw hit tool
26Sean BurkeRHPMaryland6-6 with downhill FB up to 96, plus CB
27Tommy MaceRHPFloridaDecision to return paying off; Stuff & command suggest Top 40
28Thatcher HurdRHPMira Costa HS (Calif.)Projectable data, very good athlete, clean arm path
29Colton CowserOFSam HoustonLikely a LF, some Kyle Tucker in his game
30Christian FranklinFArkansasRight-handed Michael Brantley?
31Hunter GoodmanCMemphisC&T backstop with big power & contact concerns
32Richard FittsRHPAuburnCommanding 95-98 with projectable breaking ball
33Christian MacLeodLHPMississippi StateCompact, power delivery with chance at 3 MLB pitches
34Ethan WilsonOFSouth AlabamaSneaky plus power from clean, compact swing
35Anthony SolometoLHPGloucester Catholic (N.J.)Projectable, up to 95, 55 SL, deceptive delivery
36Benny MontgomeryOFRed Land HS (Pa.)Big tools including plus to plus-plus speed and power.
37Chase PettyRHPMainland Regional HS (NJ)Lacks size, but offers everythingelse including present velo & athleticism
38Joshua HartleLHPReagan HS (N.C.)Athletic lefty with three projectable pitches
39Joe RockLHPOhioProjectable body, athletic, pitchabilty trending up this spring
40Max DebiecRHPO'Dea HS (Wash.)Towering at 6-7, easy 95, up to 98 in short stints. A bit raw.
41Joe MackCWilliamsville HS (NY)Lefty stick with some track record vs good competition
42Tyree ReedOFAmerican CanyonUpside with the bat including power, projects in CF
43Will BednarRHPMississippi StateNot a lot of upside left, but four big-league pitches
44Malakhi KnightOFMarysville-Getchell HS (Wash.)Physical, athletic CF with plus raw power & chance to hit
45Chase PettyRHPMainland Regional HS (NJ)Undersized but huge arm speed, projectable stuff, including 60 CH
46Joshua BaezOFDexter Southfield HS (Mass.)Upside play with big raw power; limited value outside batter's box
47Jonathan CannonRHPGeorgiaProjectable w/command & feel of 55 SL, 50 CH, up to 97
48Steven HajjarLHPMichigan90-94, avg CB, CH with some physical projection left
49Ben KudnraRHPBlue Valley SW HS (Kan.)Advanced feel for CH, improving SL, up to 95
50Anthony SolometoLHPBishop Eustace Prep (NJ)Pitchability, deception, potential plus SL

Last Updated on March 28, 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.