AJ Puk has re-established himself as the 1-1 favorite (Tim Casey/Florida)
Midseason College Top 100 Prospects Premium
As part of our Midseason Report this week, we present our updated list of the top 100 college prospects for the 2016 draft. This list was compiled by national writers Frankie Piliere, Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers in consultation with numerous scouts from all around the country.
No firm consensus exists at the top of the college class, where Florida lefthander A.J. Puk remains No. 1 despite his uneven first half. There is plenty of debate in the scouting community about which college position player will be first off the board — Corey Ray and Nick Senzel are the safer picks, while Kyle Lewis and Buddy Reed are the upside picks for those who like to dream a little. Among college righthanders, Mississippi State ace Dakota Hudson has pitched his way to the top of the heap, although Connor Jones and Daulton Jefferies remain right in the mix in the top half of the first round.
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