One of the top second-base prospects in the 2021 MLB amateur draft, Tyler Black was born in Toronto and was a talented defenseman on the ice. He has since traded one stick for another and has absolutely raked in college at Wright State.
The 2021 MLB Draft will begin on July 11, 2021, in Atlanta, Ga. We take a look at Boston College shortstop Cody Morissette, a formidable member of one of the most scary one-two punches in college baseball.
We could see as many as 20 pitchers go in the first round of the MLB amateur draft in July. Jordan Wicks will most certainly be the first left-hander taken. He is also going to be the first pitcher ever out of Kansas State to be selected in the first three rounds.
The outfielder from Marysville, Washington is an athlete period. He has set High School records on the basketball court and can tank a baseball off of some of the best in the Pacific Northwest. Let’s take a look at Malakhi Knight.
Possibly the top catcher off the board in July, Adrian Del Castillo brings a solid left-handed bat to the draft. There are questions about him sticking behind the plate, but we will get into that and much more in his draft profile.
After a few bumps in the road, right-handed pitcher Kevin Abel has returned to be very good this season for the Oregon State Beavers. Let’s take a look at the starter who projects to go possibly in the top two rounds of this year’s MLB amateur draft in July.