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2016 MLB Mock Draft 6/10/16

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Updated: June 10, 2016

The 2017 MLB Mock Draft will be updated again on July 11, 2016. The draft order is according to the MLB Standings as of June 10, 2016. View our scouting reports by clicking on a player’s name.

The 2017 draft features plenty of college pitching talent, with Brendan McKay, Alex Faedo, J.B. Bukauskas, Alex Lange, Tanner Houck and Kyle Wright all potentially being first-round picks. Out of those pitchers McKay, Bukauskas and Faedo are the only candidates to go 1-1 in next year’s draft. Hagen Danner is a prep arm to keep an eye on this summer, he’s also a candidate to go 1-1, which would make him the first right-handed prep arm selected at that spot.

It looks like the 2017 draft is a lot more talented than the 2016 draft was, with Florida catcher J.J. Schwarz leading the way. Schwarz didn’t have the season statistically that he did in 2015, but he still looks to be the top prospect for most teams, especially with the current state of catchers in the major leagues. K.J. Harrison is another catcher to watch over the next year.

Jake Burger could be next year’s Kyle Lewis, hitting a slash of .346/.405/.605 with 25 homers and 114 RBIs in his two years at Missouri State. Yes, the competition isn’t great, but his bat has been so good that a team will most likely take a chance on him early.

Alejandro Toral and Mark Vientos are the top high school position players. Both are high upside players that could eventually be the face of a franchise. Vientos is a potential five-tool guy, while Toral has great contact and power ability.

Click on a player’s name to view scouting report. Click on a team’s name to view history of first round picks and signing bonuses. Click on a school’s name to view players that were drafted in the first round from that school.

Round 1
Pick Team Player Pos HT WT School
1 Atlanta Braves J.J. Schwarz C 6'1" 205 Florida
2 Minnesota Twins Mark Vientos SS 6'3" 175 Charles W. Flanagan HS (FL)
3 Cincinnati Reds Brendan McKay LHP 6'2" 203 Louisville
4 San Diego Padres Hagen Danner RHP 6'1" 185 Huntington Beach HS (CA)
5 Oakland Athletics Alejandro Toral 1B 6'2" 220 Archbishop McCarthy HS (FL)
6 Arizona Diamondbacks Alex Faedo RHP 6'4" 220 Florida
7 Los Angeles Angels Cole Turney OF 6'1" 200 William B. Travis HS (AR)
8 Tampa Bay Rays DL Hall LHP 6'2" 170 Houston County (GA)
9 Colorado Rockies Jeren Kendall OF 5'11" 180 Vanderbilt
10 Milwaukee Brewers J.B. Bukauskas RHP 6'0" 189 North Carolina
11 Houston Astros Royce Lewis SS 6'2" 180 J Serra HS (CA)
12 Philadelphia Phillies K.J. Harrison C 6'0" 200 Oregon State
13 Chicago White Sox Jordon Adell OF 6'3" 200 Ballard HS (KY)
14 New York Yankees Tanner Houck RHP 6'5" 202 Missouri
15 Detroit Tigers Conner Uselton OF 6'3" 185 Southmore HS (OK)


Pick Team Player Pos HT WT School
16 Kansas City Royals Jake Burger 3B 6'2" 210 Missouri State
17 Toronto Blue Jays Kyle Wright RHP 6'4" 200 Vanderbilt
18 Miami Marlins Hunter Greene RHP 6'3" 195 Notre Dame HS (CA)
19 Los Angeles Dodgers Pavin Smith 1B 6'2" 200 Virginia
20 Pittsburgh Pirates Jayson Gonzalez 3B 6'2" 205 Bishop Amat HS (CA)
21 St. Louis Cardinals Alex Lange RHP 6'3" 198 LSU
22 Seattle Mariners Hans Crouse RHP 6'4" 170 Dana Hills HS (CA)
23 Cleveland Indians Turner Larkins RHP 6'3" 210 Texas A&M
24 New York Mets Quentin Holmes OF 6'2" 180 Monsignor McClancy (NY)
25 Boston Red Sox Freddy Zamora SS 6'1" 175 Miami Killian HS (FL)
26 San Francisco Giants Cobi Johnson RHP 6'4" 190 Florida State
27 Washington Nationals Drew Rasmussen RHP 6'1" 225 Oregon State
28 Baltimore Orioles Justin Farmer OF 6'0" 195 Riverview HS (FL)
29 Texas Rangers Dylan Busby 1B 6'3" 185 Florida State
30 Chicago Cubs Clarke Schmidt RHP 6'1" 190 South Carolina

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