Another Cape Cod League season has come and gone and in its wake it leaves us with another intriguing crop of college talent to ponder for the 2017 and 2018 draft classes. Throughout this week, we will be unveiling our Cape Cod League Top 100 Prospects list with corresponding in-depth scouting reports on each player.
As is the case each year, the Cape found itself loaded with top tier draft talent. While the 2017 college draft class did not appear particularly top heavy with position players, the Cape did yield a strong amount of depth and quality in that department. We also saw a number of high upside power arms emerge or begin to show signs of tapping into their raw potential.
Populated by a number of top three round candidates, numbers 41-60 on our Cape Cod League Top 100 Prospects list is an interesting mix of different styles of pitchers and hitters, including a hard throwing Notre Dame righty, an athletic Texas slugger, some under the radar arms, and much more. Here’s a look at third installment of our top 100, players 21-40.
To be eligible for our rankings, pitchers were required to have thrown at least six innings and hitters were required to have a minimum of 20 at-bats on the Cape. Draft year is listed in parentheses. Our rankings are compiled through extensive first hand evaluation by National Prospect Writer, Frankie Piliere, combined with input from Cape Cod League coaches and MLB scouts.
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|16||Cal State Fullerton|
|25||UC Santa Barbara|