Zuber began his time at Arkansas State as a starter, but shifted to the bullpen his senior season and was dominant. It was that dominance that lifted his draft stock to the point he went in the sixth round in 2017 and has quickly moved up the ranks since. This winter he went down to the Dominican to play in their winter league and pitched 15 innings while giving up just two earned runs. He is a rare reliever who still features four pitches, although the change should be scrapped and he should rely purely on the fastball, slider, and curve.
Singer is arguably the best pitching prospect in the Royals organization and was a bit of a shock for the Royals to get him with the 18th pick in the 2018 draft. There was a point heading into the draft that Singer was the favorite to go number one overall, and he has shown that would not have been a reach as he had an ERA under three last season. He has a heavy sinking fastball that sits in the low-90s that he pairs well with a power slider. He also has a quality change and occasionally adjusts the grip on his fastball to a traditional four-seam and blows it by hitters. He has plus command of all his offering and has the makings of being a front of the rotation guy very soon, as is evident by the fact he will get the nod in game two of the season.