Wesley Rodriguez continues to throw the ball harder and harder, peaking in the upper-90s this spring, as we provide detailed reports on the players ranked 101-150 for this year's MLB Draft.
Dansby Swanson's talents were already well known heading into this year and he's done nothing but solidify himself as a legitimate options for the Diamondbacks with the first overall pick.
Few players have moved up further and faster for this year's draft than Arkansas outfielder Andrew Benintendi as we profile the South Central Region (AR, LA, OK, TX).
David Rawnsley, Jheremy Brown and Brian Sakowski will take your college baseball and MLB Draft related questions on Tuesday, May 26 starting at 11:00 a.m. central time.
Brady Singer has seen a steady rise up draft boards this spring thanks to a healthy uptick in velocity as we provide detailed reports on the 2015 MLB Draft prospects ranked 51-100.
Dansby Swanson leads a promising Vanderbilt draft class and an overall strong group of talent from the Southeast Region (AL, KY, MS, TN) as we look at the top teams and players.
With the top 500 prospects identified we now turn our focus to providing detailed reports on those players, with UC Santa Barbara's Dillon Tate standing out given his ascent this spring.
The South Atlantic Region (FL, GA, NC, SC) once again is the most talent-laden part of the country, highlighted by the many tools and talents of 2014 PG All-American outfielder Daz Cameron.
BNL 2015 RHP Javier Medina (p) shared the spotlight with Prospects 18u 2015 RHP Giovanni Lopez at the WWBA WMD Classic Friday and both were terrific while dozens of pro scouts looked on.
Rick Allen of Informed Athlete provides valuable insight on some of the rules regarding agents and MLB tryouts for players to follow as the 2015 MLB Draft approaches.
We wrap up the top 500 prospect series of those eligible for the 2015 MLB Draft with a look at the players ranked 401-500, which includes Illinois high school product Charlie Donovan.
Michael Matuella's injury situation makes him one of the biggest wildcards in this year's draft, and he's one of 8 draft-eligible players we provide a report on in our weekly Draft Pack.
Oregon lefthander Cole Irvin had a solid season coming back from injury and is one of the players listed in the 301-400 range of Perfect Game's top 500 draft-eligible prospects.