Don wrote:It really comes down to fiscal dollars between Bubba and Dylan in my book. I like both guys and it depends if you want future star pitcher or future star centerfielder. History is on the pitching side as position and positionally the centerfield spot has some intriguing features in the lower ranks.
My quick top 5 are (no order):
Rendon, Cole, Starling, Bundy, Bradley (who I still like best out of all the left handers b/c of the ceiling)
Next 5 (no order):
Bradley (Archie), Hultzen, Jungmann, Gray, Lindor
Guys that are making great strides:
Bauer, Meyer, Springer (finally), and Josh Bell (wish he were falling to the Orioles in the second round - I really like him)
Solid list, Don. I can make at least a top 8 list out of your top 10, which is very close considering we are scoping every draft-eligible amateur in the nation.
I'll provide my current list to forward the discussion. It's too early for hard slots, so I'll rank them in Tiers, with the order being my current tentative preference:Tier A
D. NorrisTier C
Susac (will fall due to injury)
Those are my current top 15, though there are a few prep darkhorses who could sneak in. Any of the names in any given Tier could easily shuffle by draft day.