It's hard to find any flaws in the game of Carlos Rodon, with a fastball that peaks as high as 98 mph and a wicked mid- to upper-80s slider, making him the favorite to go No. 1 come June. read
Tullahoma, Tenn. lefthander Justus Sheffield followed in his brother's foosteps by participating at a high level at numerous national events, including the 2013 PG All-American Classic.
Jack Flaherty may have started the 2013 PG All-American Classic as the West team's starting third baseman, but his continued improvement on the mound has drawn significant attention.
Brandon Downes made the most of his early season showdown against ECU ace Jeff Hoffman, and the impression he left on scouts that day could be huge come draft day in June.
Yellow Jackets right-handed pitcher Matt Grimes was one of the nation's top prospects out of high school. Now, after having Tommy John surgery, he's very close to normalcy again.
Catcher Jakson Reetz became the first player from the state of Nebraska named to the PG All-American Classic, and he made the most of that opportunity being named the event's MVP.
Todd Gold provides his thoughts on Cal Poly lefthander Matt Imhof and others from a rainy weekend in Southern California in the Perfect Game scout blogs.
With arguably the sweetest lefthanded swing of any player eligible for the 2014 draft, Virginia's Derek Fisher is expected to go off the boards in the top half of the first round.
Houston right-handed pitcher Aaron Garza was a 10th-round pick out of high school and chose to attend college. Now, the junior has helped Houston get off to an 8-0 start this season.
Mac Marshall exhibits one of the more explosive arsenals of any lefthander eligible for this year's draft, which includes low-90s heat and a curveball that falls off the table.
Vanderbilt has stockpiled some incredibly talented arms over the years, and sophomore right-handed hurler Tyler Ferguson could be the next great one after his sensational stat.
Although Nick Howard has legitimate two-way talent, his dramatic improvement across the board as a righthanded pitcher has most scouts viewing his future on the mound.
PG All-American infielder Greg Deichmann is a versatile overall athlete that does everything on the field well, but it's his powerful lefthanded swing that allows him to stand out.