There will be a record 60 players drafted this year in the first round—technically, 33 true first-round picks and 27 compensation-round selections—but even at that, there may not be enough draft slots available to accommodate all of the elite-level college talent that might be first-rounders in a normal draft year.
This year’s college crop is one of the deepest in draft history, especially in the large number of quality arms, and the simple math says that a number of deserving first-round candidates will spill over into the sandwich round, and beyond.
Perfect Game has identified the Top 100 college prospects for this year’s draft and it was challenging to cut off the list at 100. Of the 100 players, 61 are pitchers.
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