MLB Draft Day is here as we bring you the final mock right before it gets underway.
Roman Anthony, a powerhouse from the left side took a leading role in back-to-back titles for his alma mater. While the commitment to Ole Miss is still in the picture, Anthony is trending toward the draft option.
The youngest prospect in this draft class at 17 years old, Walter Ford reclassified for the 2022 MLB Draft after a good summer with USA Baseball last year.
Somewhat of an underdog story, Chase DeLauter was not highly recruited out of high school. He should hear his name called in the first round this year.
Vanderbilt’s top prospect this year is outfielder Spencer Jones, and the California native looks to go within the first two rounds of this year’s MLB Draft.
The 2021-22 Gatorade Illinois Baseball Player of the Year, Owen Murphy is a legitimate two-way prospect from Riverside-Brookfield High School.
Justin Campbell, a former 18th-round pick by the Astros, has surfaced as a top pitching prospect in the 2022 MLB Draft.
We take a look at Joe Allen, a hard-throwing prep pitcher with a high ceiling.
The prep class of pitchers is pretty loaded and Noah Schultz is another left-hander to look out for.
Jacob Melton won’t be in the first-round discussion, but it is not out of the question for the athletic outfielder. Let’s look at one of the most underrated talents in this year’s draft.