Tag: Carter Stewart

MLB Draft Rankings 1-100

Adley Rutschman
Adley Rutschman, Courtesy: Aaron Whelan
Rank Player Position Height Weight Bats Throws School (ST)
1 Adley Rutschman C 6-2 216 S R Oregon State
2 Bobby Witt Jr. SS 6-0 180 R R Colleyville Heritage (TX)
3 CJ Abrams SS 6-1 178 L R Blessed Trinity Catholic (GA)
4 Shea Langeliers C 6-0 190 R R Baylor
5 Andrew Vaughn 1B 6-0 214 R R California
6 Josh Jung 3B 6-2 215 R R Texas Tech
7 Riley Greene OF 6-1 191 L L Hagerty (FL)
8 Corbin Carroll OF 5-11 161 L L Lakeside (WA)
9 Graeme Stinson LHP 6-5 260 L L Duke
10 Carter Stewart RHP 6-6 200 R R Eastern Florida State JC
11 Bryson Stott SS 6-3 195 L R UNLV
12 Michael Busch 1B 6-0 207 L R North Carolina
13 Brennan Malone RHP 6-3 203 R R IMG Academy (FL)
14 Daniel Espino RHP 6-2 200 R R Georgia Premier Academy (GA)
15 Zack Thompson LHP 6-3 225 L L Kentucky
16 Jerrion Ealy OF 5-10 192 R R Jackson Prep (MS)
17 Spencer Jones 1B/LHP 6-7 205 L L La Costa Canyon (CA)
18 Matthew Allan RHP 6-3 210 R R Seminole (FL)
19 Will Holland SS 5-10 181 R R Auburn
20 Braden Shewmake SS 6-4 190 L R Texas A&M
21 Rece Hinds 3B 6-4 210 R R IMG Academy (FL)
22 Matthew Thompson RHP 6-2 184 R R Cypress Ranch (TX)
23 Mike Toglia 1B/OF 6-5 201 S R UCLA
24 Logan Davidson SS 6-3 185 S R Clemson
25 J.J. Bleday OF 6-3 205 L L Vanderbilt
26 Will Wilson SS 5-11 175 R R NC State
27 Kyle Stowers OF 6-3 200 L L Stanford
28 Jack Leiter RHP 6-1 195 R R Delbarton (NJ)
29 Maurice Hampton OF 6-0 195 R R Memphis University HS (TN)
30 Matt Wallner OF 6-5 220 L R Southern Miss
31 Nick Lodolo LHP 6-6 185 L L TCU
32 Tyler Dyson RHP 6-3 225 R R Florida
33 Greg Jones SS 5-11 170 S R UNC-Wilmington
34 Alek Manoah RHP 6-6 260 R R West Virginia
35 Matthew Lugo SS 6-1 185 R R Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR)
36 Hunter Barco LHP 6-4 212 L L The Bolles School (FL)
37 Dominic Fletcher OF 5-10 185 L L Arkansas
38 Brooks Lee SS 6-1 180 S R San Luis Obispo (CA)
39 Nasim Nunez SS 5-9 155 S R Collins Hill (GA)
40 J.J. Goss RHP 6-3 185 R R Cypress Ranch (TX)
41 Drew Mendoza 3B 6-5 225 L R Florida State
42 Chase Strumpf 2B 6-1 195 R R UCLA
43 Erik Miller LHP 6-5 240 L L Stanford
44 Kameron Misner OF 6-4 219 L L Missouri
45 Brett Baty 3B 6-3 210 L R Lake Travis (TX)
46 Tyler Callihan 3B 5-11 211 L R Providence (FL)
47 Ryne Nelson RHP 6-3 175 R R Oregon
48 Myles Austin SS 6-3 184 R R Westlake (GA)
49 George Kirby RHP 6-3 205 R R Elon
50 Logan Wyatt 1B 6-4 230 L R Louisville
51 Kendall Williams RHP 6-6 190 R R IMG Academy (FL)
52 Gunnar Henderson SS 6-3 194 L R Morgan Academy (AL)
53 Ryan Zeferjahn RHP 6-4 216 R R Kansas
54 Will Robertson OF 6-2 215 L L Creighton
55 Sammy Siani OF 5-11 175 L L Penn Charter (PA)
56 Quinn Priester RHP 6-3 198 R R Cary-Grove (IL)
57 Riley Cornelio RHP 6-2 184 R R Pine Creek (CO)
58 Kenyon Yovan RHP 6-3 215 R R Oregon
59 Jack Kochanowicz RHP 6-6 210 L R Harriton (PA)
60 Nick Quintana 3B 5-11 185 R R Arizona
61 Anthony Volpe SS 5-10 182 R R Delbarton (NJ)
62 Adam Laskey LHP 6-3 190 R L Duke
63 Will Rigney RHP 6-5 191 R R Midway (TX)
64 Matt Canterino RHP 6-3 205 R R Rice
65 Jonathan French C 5-11 213 R R Parkview (GA)
66 Kyren Paris SS 5-11 163 R R Freedom (CA)
67 Quin Cotton OF 5-11 190 R R Grand Canyon
68 Jonny Deluca OF 5-11 180 S R Oregon
69 Wil Dalton OF 6-0 180 R R Florida
70 Zack Hess RHP 6-6 216 R R LSU
71 Mason Feole LHP 6-1 194 L L Connecticut
72 Isaiah Campbell RHP 6-4 225 R R Arkansas
73 Jaden Brown SS 6-1 186 R R St Marcellinus (CAN)
74 Dilan Rosario SS 6-2 170 R R Leadership Christian (PR)
75 Austin Shenton 3B 6-0 200 L R Florida International
76 Austin Langworthy OF 5-11 200 L L Florida
77 Michael Massey 2B 6-1 185 L R Illinois
78 Matt Cronin LHP 6-2 190 L L Arkansas
79 Matt McCormick C 6-0 195 L R St Laurence (IL)
80 Hayden Mullins LHP 6-1 180 L L Hendersonville (TN)
81 Ricky DeVito RHP 6-3 175 S R Seton Hall
82 Bryant Packard OF 6-3 210 L R East Carolina
83 Landon Sims RHP 6-1 205 R R South Forsyth (GA)
84 Michael Limoncelli RHP 6-2 180 S R Horseheads (NY)
85 Hylan Hall OF 6-1 178 R R TNXL Academy (FL)
86 Levi Stoudt RHP 6-1 175 L R Lehigh
87 Jake Agnos LHP 5-11 206 L L East Carolina
88 Joseph Charles RHP 6-2 193 R R The First Academy (FL)
89 Spencer Brickhouse 1B 6-4 220 L R East Carolina
90 Emanuel Dean OF 6-5 209 R R Sevite (CA)
91 Blake Sabol C/OF 6-4 205 L R USC
92 Glenallen Hill Jr. OF 5-9 169 S R Santa Cruz (CA)
93 Tyler Nesbitt RHP 6-2 183 L L LaBelle (FL)
94 Josh Smith SS 5-10 175 L R LSU
95 Cameron Cannon 3B/2B 5-11 175 R R Arizona
96 Brady McConnell SS 6-3 185 R R Florida
97 Trey Faltine UT/RHP 6-1 185 R R Fort Bent Travis (TX)
98 Christian Cairo SS 5-9 176 R R Calvary Christian (FL)
99 Cam Shepherd SS 6-1 180 R R Georgia
100 Jackson Rutledge RHP 6-4 180 R R San Jacinto JC

MLB Draft Rankings 10-1

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Player: Carter Stewart Position(s): RHP
School (ST): Eastern Florida State Grade: JuCo
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height:  6’6” Weight: 200 lbs.
Quick Report: The eighth overall selection in last year’s draft, he and the Braves were unable to come to an agreement after the Braves discovered a wrist ailment. Stewart decided to go the JuCo route this season rather than Mississippi State, and he hopes to be a top 10 selection again this year. He obviously has all the talent to be in the top 10, now it just remains to see if he is healthy and how much the ugly negotiations, which saw him file and lose a grievance against the Braves, impact his stock this season.

 

9)

Player:  Graeme Stinson Position(s): LHP
School (ST): Duke Grade: Junior
Bats: Left Throws: Left Height:  6’5” Weight: 260 lbs.
Quick Report: My top ranked pitcher at this point, Stinson has the body you want out of a workhorse starter, even though he spent a good amount of time pitching out of the bullpen for the Blue Devils thus far. He has a fastball, slider, change mix with the fastball sitting in the low 90s with run thanks to his low arm slot. If he can prove he can hold up to a full season in the rotation, Stinson should solidify himself as the top arm in the class.

 

8)

Player: Corbin Carroll Position(s): OF
School (ST): Lakeside (WA) Grade: High School
Bats: Left Throws: Left Height:  5’11” Weight: 161 lbs.
Quick Report: While he is not physically imposing, Carroll is a real impact player. He can fly on the bases and while manning center field. At the plate, he has a massive leg kick but great balance making him one of the better contact hitters in the class. He doesn’t hit for much power, but some may come. He also lacks arm strength in the outfield, but he impacts the game in so many other ways that is not of much concern.

 

7)

Player: Riley Greene Position(s): OF
School (ST): Hagerty (FL) Grade:  High School
Bats: Left Throws: Left Height:  6’1” Weight:191 lbs.
Quick Report: Greene has the best combination of hit and power of any high schooler this year. He went into the showcase circuit with that title, and routinely squared up the best pitchers in the circuit, solidifying his spot in the top 10. The concern on Greene is the fact he doesn’t have a real position. He doesn’t get the best jumps and lacks the speed to make up for it in the outfield, so left field or first will likely be his eventual position, capping his draft upside.

 

6)

Player:  Josh Jung Position(s): 3B
School (ST): Texas Tech Grade: Junior
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6’2” Weight: 215 lbs.
Quick Report: I love Josh Jung’s game. He doesn’t have much range at third, but he has quick enough reactions and plenty of arm to stick at the position. At the plate he does nothing but put the barrel to the ball. He will hit for solid average and will hit for plenty of power. He starts with a wide base and has a minimal stride, allowing his hands to get to the ball quickly and enough strength to drive the ball to all fields. To me, Jung has the highest floor of any position player in the draft this year.

 

5)

Player: Andrew Vaughn Position(s): 1B
School (ST): California Grade: Junior
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height:  6’ Weight: 214 lbs.
Quick Report: The 2018 Golden Spikes Award winner put up a ridiculous .402 average while launching 23 home runs a season after winning the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year title.  He also shows an excellent eye at the plate, walking nearly three times for every two strikeouts. He will likely be limited to firsts base, but he can be a very good defensive asset at the position. He may be the best hitter in the class this year and would probably be at the top of the list if he played almost any position but first.

 

4)

Player: Shea Langeliers Position(s): C
School (ST): Baylor Grade: Junior
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height:  6’ Weight: 190 lbs.
Quick Report: If there is something I am a total sucker for it is defensive catchers, and Langeliers is one who happens to be able to hit for some power. His bat path is a bit long, which does cost him in average, but he gets good leverage and will be able to hit for close to 20 home runs at the next level. His hands are a little busy pre-pitch but are very soft when receiving the ball. He has an absolute cannon of an arm and good feet, regularly putting up pop times around 1.80 and typically right on the money.

 

3)

Player: CJ Abrams Position(s): SS
School (ST): Blessed Trinity Catholic (GA) Grade: High School
Bats: Left Throws: Right Height:  6’1” Weight: 178 lbs.
Quick Report: A true plus-plus runner, Abrams will be a future big-league lead-off hitter who will certainly stick at short. He has a strong arm and quick hips around the bag. He has a natural left-handed swing that is smooth and gets the bat on the ball with ease. There is plenty of room for him to fill out and add power, but he will have to do a better job of staying behind the ball for that to translate.

 

2)

Player: Bobby Witt Jr. Position(s): SS
School (ST): Colleyville Heritage (TX) Grade: High School
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6’ Weight: 180 lbs.
Quick Report: This year’s draft class is really the top two and everyone else. Bobby Witt Jr. has long been the top prep prospect and has the possibility of being a true five tool shortstop with a genuine love and feel for the game. His best tool is his arm, possessing a cannon that help him turn double plays that shouldn’t be, and the throws from the 5-6 hole. He has the power and speed to be a 20-20 guy annually with a chance to develop into a 30-30 player.

 

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Player: Adley Rutschman Position(s): C
School (ST): Oregon State Grade: Junior
Bats: Switch Throws: Right Height: 6’2” Weight: 216 lbs.
Quick Report: For me, Rutschman is in a class of his own. Not only does he have easily the best leg in the draft class (he was the Beaver’s kickoff specialist his freshman year) he is the best switch hitter in the class, one of the top defensive catchers in the class, and a CWS Most Outstanding Player. He can hit for average from both sides of the plate and could easily develop into a 30 home run hitter.