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1. Jasson Dominguez – CF, Yankees
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: 190 lbs, Height: 5-10
Hits/Throws: S/R
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $5.1M
I’m not going to write a bunch of bull here to sell you on Dominguez as the 1.1 in the First Year Player Draft. I haven’t seen him in person. Few have. I’ve never seen him performing his craft in an actual competitive baseball game. But I’m in a lot of dynasty leagues, I interact with a lot of other writers, and one thing is true: No player on this list has the trade value Jasson Dominguez has in dynasty right now. Do Andrew Vaughn or even CJ Abrams present a case? Certainly, but none can match the current helium and excitement around the prospect they call “The Martian”. The scouting reports are gushing, speaking of five tools and drawing hyperbolic comparisons. I’ll take the bait and ride the hype train.

Among other sortable columns, we’ve included a combined ADP of all players from mocks and drafts across the industry. Any player with a ‘999’ under said draft means he was not selected there and not all drafts and mocks were FYPD specific.
Included is the Prospects Live 100-player FYPD draft, the Prospects 365 Experts League (20-team, 1,200 player dynasty), the Prospects 480 Mock (an industry wide mock draft of 480 prospects), the Prospects One Mock (an ADP that combines three leagues that each drafted 180 prospects) and SGL (a Crab Army 20-team dynasty league with 500 minor leaguers).
The players listed below were discovered using the Baseball Farm Blueberry statistical measures. Baseball Farm’s Blueberries converts a player’s statistical production into a decile rank based on his performance relative to all of his MiLB peers.
From the 2018 draft class, our Blueberries included; CJ Alexander (ATL), Niko Hulsizer (TBR), Bryce Bush (CWS), Nathan Eaton (KCR), Jordan Qsar (TBR), Niko Decolati (COL), Cal Stevenson (TBR), Drew Avans (LAD), and Aaron Ashby (MIL).
Dustin Harris – 1B, Athletics
Bio:
Age: 20 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: St. Petersburg College
MLB Draft: Round 11, Overall: 344
Current Level: A-
Bonus: $250K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.325.403.401197.07616.410.511.6274
An 11th-round pick out of a Florida JuCo, Harris split time between the AZL and Short Season Vermont in his pro debut. Super-patient approach (BB% >10.0) led Harris to an OBP over .400 at each stop. He only slugged .345 during his 23-game stint in the NY-Penn, and he spent the majority of his time at first base. It’s a strange profile, but getting on base is still a skill that can get you places in the A’s organization.

Alec Gamboa – P, Dodgers
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 205 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: S/L
School: Fresno CC
MLB Draft: Round 9, Overall: 281
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-252.8834.72.166.717.534.7.204
Left hander out of Fresno City College was spotted by Jason Pennini during his time in the AZL this summer. Jason liked his fastball, changeup, and curveball, with each pitch flashing above average during the outing. However, he was unable to maintain his velo, so Jason pegs him for a middle relief role in the future. Still worth a follow in the event his stamina improves with professional conditioning and the Dodgers developmental system getting their hands on him.

Spencer Horwitz – 1B/OF, Jays
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 190 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Radford
MLB Draft: Round 24, Overall: 717
Current Level: A-
Bonus: $100K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.311.373.446450.13510.68.84.5289.4
Kid out of Radford was an Appy League post-season All-Star on the back of his strong performance in 51 games for Bluefield this season (.330/.395/.471). In college, he showed a good batting eye, taking more walks than strikeouts in his junior year. He’s likely to play a multi-position role for Lansing in the Midwest League this year, where we can watch and see if he’s able to develop some pop to go with his patience.

Cam Devanney – SS, Brewers
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 195 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Elon University
MLB Draft: Round 15, Overall: 463
Current Level: R
Bonus: $10K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.280.382.4395177.15915.911.410.6281.4
Good sized (6’1″, 195) shortstop out of Elon, Devanney posted an OPS over .800 in both the AZL and the Pioneer League in his pro debut. Also flashed both power (7 home run) and speed (17 SB in 25 attempts). He flashed some good pop in college as well (.257 ISO his junior year). Good reports on his footwork and arm at SS as well. He could be a sleeper.

Hunter Gaddis – P, Indians
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 212 lbs, Height: 6-6
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Georgia State
MLB Draft: Round 5, Overall: 160
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-32.32.7941.45.540.643.727.1.194
Fifth round selection by Cleveland, an org that has developed a great rep for developing pitching prospects in this range recently (Bieber R4, Civale R3, Plesac R12). Gaddis is tall (6’6″) and was drafted as a sinkerballer that also throws a slider, curveball, and changeup. Tore through the lower levels in a 33-inning pro debut, with reports his velocity ticked up to 97 mph. Spent time with Team USA. He’s worth a late punt just based on Cleveland’s track record and the velocity improvement.

Michael YaSenka – P, Cardinals
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 195 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Eastern Illinois
MLB Draft: Round 17, Overall: 515
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-46.31.1726.67.132.147.915.3.178
17th round selection out of Eastern Illinois. Posted a 49/13 K/BB ratio and a sub .180 batting average against in 47 innings between the Appy and NY-Penn Leagues in his pro debut. Was Cardinals’ minor league pitcher of the month in July (0.56 ERA). Posted good K% in both college and pro debut, he’s a late round follow for the 2020 season.

Matt Waldron – P, Indians
Bio:
Age: 23 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Nebraska
MLB Draft: Round 18, Overall: 550
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-45.22.9933.32.34936.318.3.191
18th rounder was Nebraska’s ace in the 2019 season. Cleveland only used him as a reliever in his pro debut last summer, but there’s a chance that was just a measure to limit his innings after a hefty workload (16 games, 100.1 innings) in his senior season of college. Throws both a two-seamer and four-seamer along with a slider and changeup, so there’s a starter’s arsenal here. Keep your eye on him in 2020 to see if Cleveland decides to work him as a starter.

Colin Simpson – OF, Rockies
Bio:
Age: 23 yr, Weight: 228 lbs, Height: 5-9
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Oklahoma State
MLB Draft: Round 29, Overall: 879
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.304.371.6641742.36029.39.515.9
“Tank” is a 5’9″, 233 lbs former gymnast and was the Pioneer League MVP in 2019. He split time between the outfield and first base for Grand Junction this season, where he just beat up on the competition. Raw pop is legit, as Simpson hit 18 home runs and slugged .667 in the hitter-friendly confines of the Pioneer League. Posted a .274 ISO his senior season for Oklahoma State. He also stole five bags last season because, hell, why not?! One of the most interesting names on this list and probably the only guy in baseball with his frame that can do a standing backflip.

Jimmy Govern – 3B, Royals
Bio:
Age: 23 yr, Weight: 190 lbs, Height: 5-11
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Eastern Illinois
MLB Draft: Round 30, Overall: 889
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.352.472.606763.2541215.715.3295.4
30th round choice was a teammate of Michael YaSenka’s at EIU. Govern was assigned to the AZL, where he throttled the competition as one of the oldest players in the complex. Jason Pennini reported that he’s got around 40 raw power and is a good enough defender to potentially stick at third or develop into a super utility player in the future. After the AZL, he was improbably promoted to Triple-A Omaha, where he managed to hit two home runs in six games.

Evan McKendry – P, Rays
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 200 lbs, Height: 6-3
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Miami
MLB Draft: Round 9, Overall: 278
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-43.11.4626.32.345.229.613.6.238
His college fastball velocity sat in the upper-80s, but his plus changeup makes him worth a late round flier. Was 4-1 with a 1.45 ERA in a 43.1 inning pro debut. He could dominate the lower levels with high strikeout rates generated from the change piece, but McKendry probably needs to unlock some more velocity to become relevant for us dynasty leaguers. He has a strong, athletic frame that might allow that to happen.

Kerry Carpenter – OF, Tigers
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 220 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Virginia Tech
MLB Draft: Round 19, Overall: 562
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.310.395.586970.27610.210.77.5293.9
Hokie selected in the 19th round won the Gulf Coast League MVP last summer. He’s got a powerful frame (6’2″, 220 lbs) and his left handed swing translated well for power against much younger GCL competition (.625 SLG). The patient approach he displayed in college carried over to pro ball, as he walked more than he struck out in his GCL debut. BA called him one of the more advanced college bats in the draft. The Midwest League will serve as a slightly better gauge of his talent, but he’s worthy of a very late flier in deep drafts.

Jake Prizina – P, Orioles
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 190 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: L/L
School: Seattle University
MLB Draft: Round 31, Overall: 918
Current Level: A-
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-391.1532.13.644.943.842.6.148
In the 2018 draft, the Tigers struck gold with a lefty out of Seattle U (Tarik Skubal). The Orioles took fellow Seattle U alumnus Jake Prizina in the 31st round. Prizina easily handled the GCL, posting a 45:5 K:BB ratio and 1.15 ERA over 39 innings. D1Baseball.com’s analytical model had Prizina as their #11 ranked draft-eligible college pitcher based on his 2018 and 2019 collegiate stats. Scouting info on Prizina is awfully scant, so put him on your watchlist to see how he develops in 2020.

Christian Koss – 2B/3B/SS, Rockies
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 182 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: University of California – Irvine
MLB Draft: Round 12, Overall: 369
Current Level: R
Bonus: $180K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.335.451.60010104.26518.215.210.4
The Rockies always have some Pioneer League statistical leaders thanks to their hitter friendly home ballpark at Grand Junction. However, Koss feels a little bit different to me. This UC-Irvine product is lanky and wiry, showing good strength and footwork both at the plate and at short. Our own Tom Mussa rated his defense as double plus, and he was the Big West Conference defensive player of the year in 2019. Finished with a .332/.447/.605 line with 11 home runs and 10 steals in 53 Pioneer League games. There is five-tool potential here, so he’s worth a late round sleeper pick.

Cody Laweryson – P, Twins
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 205 lbs, Height: 6-4
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: University of Maine – Orono
MLB Draft: Round 14, Overall: 419
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-461.5736.65.845.241.118.2.168
Laweryson, a former Maine Black Bear, was an Appy League All-Star during his time with Elizabethton this season. Six of his last seven outings on the season were scoreless, including a 15-strikeout performance. He’s primarily a fastball/changeup guy, but mixes in two shapes of breaking balls as well. Follow him once he hits full season ball to see if his mix holds up against tougher competition.

Graham Ashcraft – P, Reds
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 217 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Alabama – Birmingham
MLB Draft: Round 6, Overall: 174
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-53.24.57258.855.521.512.6.241
Cincy’s sixth-round selection dealt with a series of injuries (including Tommy John surgery) during his time with Mississippi State before transferring to UAB. Boasts a big fastball that can touch upper 90s. Slider flashes plus at times, and he mixes is a looping curve as well. There is reliever concern, but the Reds used him as a starter in all 13 games of his pro debut.

Avery Weems – P, White Sox
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 205 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: R/L
School: Arizona
MLB Draft: Round 6, Overall: 170
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-59.11.8331.34.36719.121.1.227
Split time between the AZL and Pioneer League this season. Had a rough senior year with University of Arizona (7.15 ERA) but his struggles didn’t carry over to pro ball. White Sox coaches have praised his ability to spin everything in his arsenal, primarily a two-seam fastball, curveball, and slider. Both offspeed pitches flash plus. Might have a funky lefty profile that gets him somewhere.

The players listed below are additional Prep, J2, and College players that deserve a look as late round fliers.
Additional J2 Signees
Adael Amador – SS, Rockies
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: 160 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $1.5M
The switch-hitting shortstop commands the zone extremely well for his age and has a plan at the plate. He will look for his pitch and is tough to strike out. He led his gold medal winning Dominican Republic squad in hitting in the 2017 Pan American Games as one of the tournaments youngest players. He’s an average runner with a strong future hit tool.

Jiter Heredia – SS, DBacks
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: 165 lbs, Height: 5-11
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $325K
Heredia is known for his bat speed and fast hands. More physically mature than most teenagers, Heredia has above-average raw pop. He needs to improve the hit tool, specifically using all fields and the swing and miss aspects, but the foundation is here for an interesting offensive player.

Yeral Martinez – OF, Mets
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: 220 lbs, Height: 6-3
Hits/Throws: L/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $335K
A big left-handed slugger signed out of the Dominican Republic for $335,000, Martinez is a corner outfield type with the power to fit the profile. Limited amount of information out there regarding Martinez.

Erick Caripa – OF, Indians
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: 160 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $1.1M
Outfielder with a quick right-handed swing and the ability to drive the ball. The Indians have been a machine of late churning out top quality international prospects when they come stateside. Bat first player that’s shown average tools defensively and as a runner.

Brayan Altuve – C, Cubs
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: TBD lbs, Height: TBD-TBD
Hits/Throws: L/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $1M
A catcher but an off the charts athlete that’s a plus runner. He’s shown some game power due to plus bat speed. He’s a catcher at the moment but many believe he has athleticism to move to other positions on the diamond long term.

Manuel Placencia – C, Yankees
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: 200 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: TBD
A strong stout catching prospect with a powerful bat and an advanced understanding of the zone. International catchers much like pitchers are a slow burn. A later round flier in the deepest of settings.

Malfrin Sosa – OF, Twins
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: 200 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $900K
A raw power hitting outfielder that makes loud contact. It comes with significant swing and miss, a lack of athleticism, and below average running ability. The power upside is worth a flier but it’s not a profile with a lot of success of late.

Michel Triana – 3B, Reds
Bio:
Age: 20 yr, Weight: 230 lbs, Height: 6-3
Hits/Throws: L/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $1.3M
A 20-year-old Cuban corner infielder with a powerful left-handed bat. His raw power hasn’t yet materialized in games. There’s also some swing and miss concerns based on his Tricky League performance. As with many Cuban players he dealt with a lengthy sabbatical from game action as he worked his way through the immigration process.

Adrian Placencia – SS, Angels
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: 155 lbs, Height: 5-11
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: $1.1M
Undersized, but powerful, Placencia was ranked as the 21st prospect in our Angels Top 30 system. He hits the ball hard for his small frame, and projects to be a nice asset in OBP formats as he will work counts. He’s likely a future second baseman.

Jose Bonilla – 3B/SS, Angels
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: R
Bonus: $600K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.283.402.391000.10820.715.229.8279.1
Bonilla is currently a shortstop but projects as a third baseman. He had a strong plate approach in the DSL, and has flashed average raw power. It’s a projectable six foot frame, and he has a cannon for an arm that will keep him on the left side of the infield.

Luis Gutierrez – P, Padres
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: TBD lbs, Height: TBD-TBD
Hits/Throws: L/L
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: –
The top arm in the Padres international class, Gutierrez turned 16 this past July. He’s drawn comparisons to another Padres lefty, Adrian Morejon, and he’s already hit 91 at 16 years old. He mostly sits in the upper 80s for now but has natural cutting action and a big breaking ball and feel for a changeup. He’s athletic and could shoot up lists soon.

Jose Davila – P, Cardinals
Bio:
Age: 17 yr, Weight: TBD lbs, Height: 6-3
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: –
A six-foot-three righty that signed with the Cardinals out of Venezuela at 17 years old, Davila was already hitting the low-90s when he signed. Now he’s hitting 94 on the gun and some feel for a curveball. There’s more velo here with the fast arm speed and physical projection.

Jeremy Rivas – SS, Cardinals
Bio:
Age: 16 yr, Weight: 175 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: R/R
Acquired: J2
Current Level: Yet to Debut
Bonus: –
Rivas is an advanced 16 year old that already has experience playing in several international tournaments. He’s a well rounded player that lacks a true standout tool, but he’s one of the more advanced players in the class despite being on the younger side.

College Performers worth a flier
Kyle McCann – C/1B, Athletics
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 217 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Georgia Tech
MLB Draft: Round 4, Overall: 134
Current Level: A-
Bonus: 500K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.211.312.399900.18834.81216.7333.5
A breakout early in the Spring McCann was one of the top statistical performers in the ACC and the country slashing .299/.468/.674 with 23 home runs for Georgia Tech. His catching defense is subpar and thereÂ’s serious question whether his future is behind the dish or at first base. ThereÂ’s significant hit tool issues which manifested themselves over a few months in short season where he sported a rough 36 K%

Jacob Sanford – OF, Yankees
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 215 lbs, Height: 6-2
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Western Kentucky
MLB Draft: Round 3, Overall: 105
Current Level: A-
Bonus: 597K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.237.289.409733.17232.75.721.4310.5
The outfielder was a JuCo transfer to Western Kentucky in 2019 and set Conference USA on fire. Hitting .398/.483/.805 with 22 home runs for the Hilltoppers. We caught Sanford in the New York – Penn this summer and he was impressive in batting practice but showed poor players discipline for a college player taken in the third round. As he was often caught in the middle between breaking balls and fastballs. Due to his lack of top conference pedigree there might be a learning curve here. The power is still worth a flier in super deep leagues, but IÂ’d ignore the draft slot to a degree.

Spencer Steer – 2B/3B, Twins
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 5-11
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Oregon
MLB Draft: Round 3, Overall: 90
Current Level: A
Bonus: 575K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.280.386.422452.14211.311.67277.3
A former 29th rounder of the Cleveland Indians back in 2016, Steer broke out in the Cape Cod League over the summer of 2018, leading up to a stellar Junior campaign with Oregon. The infielder slashed .349/.456/.502 with six homers. His standout play earned him PAC-12 first team honors and a third round pick from the Twins. A strong defender with a refined approach the real concern with Steer from a fantasy angle is the lack of power and speed. Sounds like a utility type bat that could add a little power later in his career, but it’s an outside possability.

Ryan Ward – OF, Dodgers
Bio:
Age: 21 yr, Weight: 200 lbs, Height: 5-11
Hits/Throws: L/R
School: Bryant University
MLB Draft: Round 8, Overall: 251
Current Level: R
Bonus: $160K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.271.341.413463.14213.79.37.7
A huge collegiate performer, Ward hit .383/.438/.606 for his career at Bryant University. Obviously there are some concerns about the quality of competition and Ward didn’t silence any of those critics with an average debut for Ogden. He’s limited to left field defensively so that puts even more pressure on the bat. Ward is worth a late flier.

Jake Mangum – OF, Mets
Bio:
Age: 23 yr, Weight: 179 lbs, Height: 6-1
Hits/Throws: S/L
School: Mississippi State
MLB Draft: Round 4, Overall: 118
Current Level: A-
Bonus: 20K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.252.343.2970165.04512.67.36.6267.1
A senior sign out of Mississippi St., Mangum leaves campus as the all-time hits leader in the history of the SEC. There are strong bat-to-ball skills here with plus speed, but a lack of game power limits the upside. He’s a strong defender and likely a reserve outfielder.

John Rave – OF, Royals
Bio:
Age: 22 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 6-0
Hits/Throws: L/L
School: Illinois State
MLB Draft: Round 5, Overall: 139
Current Level: A
Bonus: $297K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.236.329.315395.07927.310.211.4283.5
Rave has always hit and was one of the Illinois State Redbirds’ best hitters as soon as he stepped foot on campus. A plus runner, Rave had a strong collegiate career and also hit while out on the Cape. An unheralded collegiate producer, it’s no surprise he ended up with the Royals.

Additional Prep Talents
Glenallen Hill Jr. – 2B, DBacks
Bio:
Age: 19 yr, Weight: 170 lbs, Height: 5-9
Hits/Throws: S/R
School: Santa Cruz HS
MLB Draft: Round 4, Overall: 122
Current Level: R
Bonus: 850K
2019AVGOBPSLGHRSBCSISOK%BB%SwStr%Est FB (ft)
-.206.288.3623195.15634.89.429.3296.6
Jason Pennini saw Hill in instructs and wrote, “Hill is a short, but speedy second base prospect with double-plus speed and fringe average power, which is actually pretty good for his size. His defense needs work at second, especially his hands. He strikes me as a kid who will take well to pro instruction and will work hard to improve, but lack of quality contact and below average defense have me discouraged. He is a project with some interesting tools but not a lot of baseball skills right now.” Hill is a late round flier in your FYPD.

Tyler Owens – P, Braves
Bio:
Age: 18 yr, Weight: 185 lbs, Height: 5-10
Hits/Throws: R/R
School: Trinity Catholic HS
MLB Draft: Round 13, Overall: 397
Current Level: R
Bonus: –
2019IPERAK%BB%GB%FB%SwStr%BAA
-27.14.3228.110.55334.913.6.178
Small prep righty that can touch 97-98 in short stints, Owens works 92-94 as a starter with a developing slider that projects as an above-average pitch. He also has an average changeup. He could be a mid-rotation arm or late inning reliever if the command improves.