PG's David Rawnsley and Frankie Piliere were on hand for the 2014 Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C., and share their thoughts on who stood out, including lefthander Kolby Allard. read
Although the No. 1 overall pick, Brady Aiken, didn't end up signing with the Astros, 33 other former PG All-Americans, including the No. 2 overall pick Tyler Kolek, did sign by the deadline.
The MLB draft signing deadline arrived and several prospects, such as top overall pick and UCLA signee Brady Aiken didn't sign. Here's our draft signings database.
Oregon State outfielder Dylan Davis, a Giants third-round pick, and others, remain unsigned with the MLB draft signing deadline looming on Friday. Here's the unsigned, rounds 1-15.
Kentucky two-way star AJ Reed already has taken his game to the Houston Astros organization, but the unanimous National Player of the Year left a lasting legacy we'll all remember.
Jheremy Brown provides detailed notes on some of the top prospects that attended the 2014 18u WWBA National Championship, including 2013 PG All-American Justin Smith.
Righthanded pitcher Mike Nikorak soars up to the No. 3 spot of Perfect Game's updated ranking of the high school class of 2015 thanks to his dominant showing at the PG National.
The Perfect Game high school class of 2016 player rankings have been updated, with Windermere, Fla. righthander Austin Bergner claiming the top spot.
With the 2014 MLB Draft is behind us we take a look at the teams who made a strong, or not-so-strong, first impression, including the Milwaukee Brewers haul that includes Kodi Medeiros.
PG All-American lefthander Brady Aiken became only the third high school pitcher taken No. 1 overall in the draft, and was followed by Tyler Kolek at No. 2.
Follow all of the picks from the 2014 MLB Draft, June 5-7, and participate in an interactive chat with Perfect Game's draft experts in PG's unique Draft LIVE! application.
The Astros selected Brady Aiken with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 MLB Draft on Thursday, making him the seventh PG All-American to go No. 1 overall in the last 11 years.
Gerrit Cole stands out in draft history holding the existing signing-bonus record of $8 million as Allan Simpson provides Part 2 of his feature looking back at 50 years of the MLB Draft.