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MLB Draft: D1Baseball’s Top 150 Prospects
The MLB draft is only a few days away, and prospect writer Frankie Piliere has his final Top 150 prospects list, which includes high school and college stars.
Dispatches From Metroplex: Koch Dazzles
Brandon Koch was characteristically overpowering over 4 2/3 shutout innings of relief Monday, leading DBU to a rematch against VCU for the regional title.
Draft Buzz: Star Prospects Shine In Sebring
Frankie Piliere caught one of the more prestigious tournaments with prep prospects and has a plethora of updates on Florida, FSU, UCF, South Carolina signees and more.
Draft Buzz: The Rising Prospects
Missouri State RHP Jon Harris, UCLA’s Jame Kaprielian and others are creating plenty of MLB draft buzz these days, but they certainly aren’t alone as Frankie Piliere details.
Prospect Profile: Cal Poly’s Mark Mathias
Shoulder surgery caused Mark Mathias to get off to a late start, but the All-American has gotten healthy and put together a strong season leading to draft buzz.
Breaking Down The 20-80 Scouting Scale
Ever wondered what constitutes plus pitches on the 20-80 scouting scale? Frankie Piliere delves into the scouting scale and shows examples of plus offerings.
Prospect Profile: Longwood’s Kyri Washington
Longwood outfielder Kyri Washington is one of the more fascinating prospects in the 2015 draft class, with a tantalizing combination of power and athleticism.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Blake Trahan
Louisiana-Lafayette shortstop Blake Trahan hails from a small town in western Louisiana, but has blossomed into one of the nation’s most heralded players.
Scouting Buzz: Clemson prospects shine
Clemson catcher Chris Okey had a big weekend against Boston College, and Frankie Piliere highlights the ultra-talented backstop, along with others in his scouting notes.
Midseason College Top 150 Prospects
Cincinnati’s Ian Happ is one of the top bats in the 2015 draft class. Find out where he lands on our Midseason Top 150 college prospects list.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Dillon Tate
UC Santa Barbara righthander Dillon Tate could very well be the top pick in the draft, but his incredible work ethic has a lot to do with his unlikely emergence as an elite prospect.
Draft Buzz: Cleaning Out Piliere’s Notebook
Boston College’s Chris Shaw has displayed immense power over the past week, and headlines Frankie Piliere’s look at college, JC and prep players creating buzz with scouts.
LSU’s Bregman Possesses A Refreshing Focus
In a time when so many players are dialed into what people are saying about them, LSU All-American shortstop Alex Bregman has a refreshing, old-school approach.
Dissecting Oklahoma State-TCU’s Big Arms
Oklahoma State’s Jon Perrin, Garrett Williams and Koda Glover shined Friday in Fort Worth, and so did TCU’s Riley Ferrell. Kendall Rogers breaks them down.
Buzzworthy: Virginia LHP Nathan Kirby
Virginia’s Nathan Kirby showed ace qualities by battling through six innings and striking out 11 on a day when he lacked hist best stuff, putting the Cavaliers in position to beat Florida State.
Vanderbilt needed a fierce rally to win its first game against Arkansas, while righthander Walker Buehler was terrific in the nightcap. We analyze the day in Nashville.
Kennesaw-Winthrop Lefties Shine
Winthrop lefthander Sam Kmiec threw a four-hit shutout in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, and Kennesaw State’s Travis Bergen matched him in the nightcap.
Matuella Shows Progress, But Jackets Win
Top prospect Michael Matuella looked good in four shutout innings Friday, but Georgia Tech won the battle of the bullpens against Duke to take the series opener.
Fulmer Follows Gray’s Footsteps
Vanderbilt ace Carson Fulmer might be the most entertaining player in college baseball, and he has a chance to follow former Commodore Sonny Gray’s path to the big leagues.
A&M Long-ing For Dominance
Despite being a touted prospect, Texas A&M righthander Grayson Long has always had detractors. Fresh off a beastly performance, A&M needs him more than ever.
Golden Spikes Spotlight: Ian Happ
Cincinnati’s Ian Happ might be the best position player in college baseball, though on first glance it’s hard to tell why. Michael Baumann’s explains in the latest GSA Spotlight.
SoCal Mega-Notebook: USC Steals The Show
Aaron Fitt recaps a sterling weekend of college baseball in Southern California, with observations from Dodger Stadium and Fullerton-Texas Tech.